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As a gateway to the Amazon region, Manaus can be an interesting destination for expatriates. Located in the heart of a dense forest, it is a modern and bustling metropolis, hosting a big industrial park where expatriates can look for opportunities

By choosing to live in Manaus, you will also discover an amazing historical and natural wealth thanks to its rich fauna and flora and its sophisticated architecture.

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The Brazil guide

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To work in Brazil, you must first obtain a work visa which can be challenging. However, if you are qualified, you may find a company to sponsor you.

It isn't generally easy to find legal work in Brazil. However, if you have special skills or can secure permanent residency, there are jobs available

Rio de Janeiro is the most-visited city in Brazil – and with good reason. The Marvelous City, as it is known, is culturally rich and beautiful.

Traveling to Brazil with your cat or dog is possible with proper planning. For other types of animals, you'll need to inquire and receive authorisatio

Moving abroad is a big step, and when moving to Brazil, you'll encounter lots of bureaucracy. Familiarise yourself or seek the help of professionals

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The Adventures of Brazilian Bureaucracy

4 years ago

Prior to my permanent move I made several trips to Brazil. Most would call me insane for moving to a country that loves to complicate every aspect of ones life by burying it's citizens in paperwork, outrageous processes and insane taxes on what American's usually pay 1/2 for (or not at all.) I intend to share my experience on this long bureaucratic journey both good and bad in the hopes it helps others.

Blogs of the month: Expats living the American dream

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Blogs of the month: Expats living the American dream

While more and more Americans are tempted to move abroad, the USA still keeps attracting expatriates from all around, including professionals and trailing spouses, for various reasons. Our top five bloggers in the USA share their experience and talk about what the life of an expat looks like in the USA and what they like the most about ...

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