Where can I read about term and condition on permanent residency (RNM)

I want to know all term and condition of permanent residency in Brazil.
Please help me

Brazil Consulate's website is a great start.  Voce le Portuguese?

I can't speak Portuguese. Sorry sir

1. WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR A PERMANENT VISA?

Those moving to Brazil due to:

A) FAMILY REUNION: dependents moving to Brazil to be joined with a Brazilian citizen or Brazilian permanent visa holder.

Please check the dependent section of our website for more information.

Attention: Being married to a Brazilian citizen does not automatically entitle a foreign citizen to obtain a permanent visa. If the family will not be moving to Brazil on a permanent basis, please apply for a tourist visa.

B) Retirement residence transfer;

C) Work as a manager or director of a religious or social assistance organization;

D) Personal investment in Brazil;

E) Intra-company transferee to work as manager, director, or executive

F) Person of extraordinary ability in the sciences, technological, research, or academic fields, with a job offer at a Brazilian research, scientific, or academic organization.

NOTE: Except for circumstances involving family reunion (case 1A), retirement (case 1B), or work as a manager or director of a religious or social assistance organization (case 1C), all other cases have to be initiated in Brazil (work permit authorization by the Ministry of Labor is required prior to submitting a visa application).

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2. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR A PERMANENT VISA?

Please note that THE CONSULATE MAY REQUEST ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR DOCUMENTATION AS DEEMED NECESSARY.

Please note: All documents must bear either the official seal or the stamp of the issuing authority and it must subsequently be legalized by this Consulate. Please click here for information and fees concerning legalization of documents.

Brazilian supporting documents must be notarized by a Cartório in Brazil.

Permanent visa applications must be accompanied by the following documents at the time the visa application is submitted at this Consulate:

STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL PERMANENT VISAS

A)     Applicant's Passport: original, valid for at least another 6 months on submission date, with at least two blank visa pages. The Consulate reserves the right not to accept soiled, damaged or defaced passports. Amendments and Endorsements pages are for the sole use of issuing country authorities and visas will not be placed on those pages;

B)      Visa Application Form: printed receipt page of the visa application form filled out and successfully submitted online duly signed by the passport holder (or parents/legal guardian of a minor) and with the photo attached on the appropriate boxes;

C)      Photograph: one professional 2" x 2" passport photo of the applicant in color. Snapshots, photocopies and computer pictures are not accepted. Photos must be:
• Recent: taken within the last 6 months to reflect your current appearance;
• Front view: taken in full-face view directly facing the camera. Your full face must be visible. Your head must be centered and not tilted. There cannot be any apparel casting shadows on your face or glare on your glasses;
• Clear: blurry, underexposed, overexposed and low quality photos are not accepted;
• With a plain white or off-white background;
• With a neutral facial expression and both eyes open.

Click here for sample pictures.

Please glue the photo onto the visa application receipt page;

D)       Proof of continuous residence within this Consulate's jurisdiction (12 months): notarized copy of one of the following: driver’s license, utility bills, copy of lease, bank statements and in some cases school transcripts are all acceptable documents as proof of jurisdiction.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR A PERMANENT VISA

If the applicant will not be applying with a US passport:

E)       Proof of Legal Residency: notarized copy of visa, permanent resident card or US passport or US birth certificate.

* Non-Americans without a green card or valid re-entry visa into the USA, valid visa to country of final destination after trip to Brazil. This requirement does not apply to applicants returning to country of citizenship.

If the applicant is under 18 years of age:

F) Please verify the special requirements for minors.

If the applicant is over 18 years of age:

  G) Police Clearance which must:

H.1) Be an original document issued within the past 60 days on a standard letterhead with contact information of the issuing authority.

H.2) Have sufficient information about the applicant to determine it is not a homonym. Examples: full name, residential address, date of birth, identification document (passport, driver’s license or state ID), social security number.

H.3) Reflect where the applicant has lived on the past 12 months.

H.4) Match the applicant’s proof of address.
This is taken from US Brazil Consulate. Look for your country's BR Consulate on the web.

As yo can see it takes a lot to become a PR in Brazil. Must have family or get married with a brazil citizen.
Documents must be translated by official Portuguese translator and legalized/apostille and presented to PF
It took me over a year for marriage and approval of all. Not cheap either.

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