For generations, Brazil has inspired the dreams of many who desire adventure and escape. Brazil is a land of great extremes, with a diverse culture and a wide-ranging economy that is poised to continue growing. Shifting global fortunes have embraced this vast and richly-endowed country with high regard, and once again Brazil ranks among the top immigration destinations in the world.
True to the immense and unique nature of Brazil, immigration to Brazil requires a heightened understanding and awareness. With so many regions and such diversity from which to choose, one must first determine to where in Brazil one would choose to immigrate. Brazil’s immigration policies are specific and deliberate, heavy on procedure and not necessarily cheap. And the cost of living, and especially the cost of buying property or building a home, can vary from region to region. One had best be fully prepared in order to make for as smooth a transition as possible, because the natural wonders and Brazilian lifestyle will reward the keen and determined foreigner.
Brazil has some of the biggest and best of the world -- the Amazon River, the most voluminous river in the world; the Amazon rainforest, the largest tropical rainforest in the world; and the Pantanal, the largest freshwater wetland in the world, having the greatest concentration of fauna in the Americas. Brazil is the world’s largest ethanol producer and a bio-energy superpower, its ethanol fuel being produced from sugar cane, with the world’s largest crop in production and export tonnage.
Brazil, the biggest country in South America, has the longest street party in the world -- the ‘Carnaval.’ One of the new Seven Wonders of the World is the statue of Christ the Redeemer on the Corcovado Mountain in Rio de Janeiro. According to FIFA, the Brazil national football team is 'arguably' the best team in the world, with the biggest club stadium in the world –the Maracana stadium, also in Rio de Janeiro, with a capacity of 120,000.
If that isn’t enough, your dollar goes a long way here and it is possible to live like a movie star in Brazil. Imagine the aroma of fresh Atlantic langoustines sauteed in garlic and organic butter by your cook. As the succulent scents slowly make their way up the solid granite stairs and into the tropical air of your huge veranda with railings made of solid pernambuco wood, your uninterrupted views for miles include majestic mountains and the sun sinking into the Atlantic Ocean. Within the background rhythms, amidst the exotic chamber music of tropical birds, you hear your gardener watering the plants, and your driver waxing the car.
It is said that every nation in the world has its blood running through the veins of a Brazilian, so that no one coming to Brazil could possibly feel like a foreigner. This might explain why the people are so welcoming and full of smiles; you are already one of them.
Romasa Storey, author of Immigrating to Brazil, admits, “The aim of this book is to make moving to Brazil easier for others than it has been for us.” They had been living in London and had considered immigrating to other destinations such as Sri Lanka and Nicaragua, without success. Instead, they were about to settle for, literally, “buying an old Rolls Royce.”
“We almost went to view a magnificent two door RR Silver Cloud III with ‘Chinese eye’ headlamps. However, before we got that far, the broker telephoned us and said that he had to be quick because he was telephoning us on his mobile telephone from Brazil. Brazil! Suddenly, the penny dropped. This might be a place to live. Some research suggested that Brazil is what the rather arrogant ‘western world’ calls an ‘emerging economy’. Famously rich in natural resources (now even oil has been found there), vast and beautiful, it merited our further consideration. This book is the result of our direct experience of coming to explore and to live in Brazil.”
Does such a destiny await you? Perhaps you’ve read this far because the proverbial penny has already dropped. Maybe you are already enthusiastic about making a home in Brazil, to spend all or even just a little of your time there, and you may not need to be persuaded any further. What you need are the facts on Visas and transportation. You need to know how to establish residency, buy property and hire employees. And you prefer to learn about this potentially difficult process from someone who’s already been through it, someone like yourself, coming from North America or Europe, or maybe Asia. You need to look no further than Romasa Storey’s eBook, Immigrating to Brazil, and here’s why you should order it.
This concise, information-filled eBook introduces you to Brazil through its culture and history, and describes in brief the region, geography and climate of each the 26 States. Then Immigrating to Brazil gets right to the basics regarding Visas and qualifying for permanent residency.
You will learn why and how to buy real estate in Brazil – ever-important price information is supplemented by handy links to sites that will bring hundreds of properties right to your fingertips, from three-bedroom oceanside condos to ten-acre ranches. This chapter will give you answers that make a difference (you might be able to afford much more than you think), and these are answers you’ll be glad to have as you continue to the chapter on Where to Buy and the exclusive Report on Coastal Locations.
This eBook also covers general information on cost of living, safety and security, the whys of private vs. public transport within Brazil, and the wherefores of employing staff in Brazil. This eBook also contains special sections with valuable information on Entertainment and Communications, and a chapter on Language that includes a reference of immediately necessary words and phrases. This will be your all-in-one resource, illustrated with many color photographs of Brazil’s amazing sights and scenes.
Although Brazil is a big subject, this compact eBook is a smart place to start. The information you’ll need has been admirably summarized for you by someone who has already made the flight to this attractive and modern nation. If you’re considering Brazil and you need some quick answers about how to make your next move, they are available right here. Get the facts today so that tomorrow’s Visa applications and your future timetables align into place. Once you have this first-hand report from the heart of South America, you can find your place in this Equatorial paradise and join in the party.