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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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Brazil has many telephone service providers which offer different types of packages. Choose the one which better suits your needs and your budget. Mob

Belém, capital city of the Brazilian state of Para, is a tourist destination. It has a rich history and culture, notable with its old buildings which

Football is the national sport in Brazil but many other sports such as volleyball, basketball, tennis, are popular. Diving, surf and kite surf are als

You will need a work visa if you want to do an internship in Brazil. Citizens of some countries planning to do an internship for a period of 90 days m

Fortaleza's economy is mainly based on trade, industry and tourism. It is known to be a developing economy for a few years. The city hosts many hotels

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The Adventures of Brazilian Bureaucracy

3 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.

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We are Lynda & Lawrie Lock. We have lived on Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo, Mexico since October 2008. Seven kilometers long and a kilometer wide the island is a fifteen-minute boat ride from the large tourist mecca of Cancun.

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