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A Perfect Opportunity To Live In Portugal On The Path To European Citizenship
Portugal D7 Visa Citizenship By Investment
Portugal is a highly sought-after country in Europe for many who wish to settle down and live in friendly, beautiful, sunny weather, a relatively low-cost country, which also offers the safety and hospitality of its natives to newcomers.
Moreover, those who have residency cards and abide by residency requirements in Portugal, get the privilege of applying for a Portuguese passport in a much shorter period of time, than in absolutely most European countries.
D7 Visa is also known as a Passive Income Visa intended to attract to Portugal people, capable of sustaining themselves financially and thus boosting the country’s economy.
D7 Visa and subsequently D7 residency permit is a perfect answer to this quest.
Here is what it takes to receive a D7 Visa and D7 residency permit:
- To meet Minimal Passive Income requirements
- No criminality
- NIF Number (Portuguese Tax Number)
- Bank Account in Portugal
- Arranged accommodation
- Full Health Coverage
Important Updates Portugal
Portugal Is Shutting Down Its Popular “Golden Visa” Program
Portugal is shutting down its popular “Portugal Golden Visa” program. HOWEVER, you can still apply for a Portugal D7 Visa and get your European Residency!
D7 Visa is one of the MOST AFFORDABLE programs of its kind – the D7 Visa requires applicants to make only 7,200 euros or about 7,763 euros a year to qualify.
The income for a D7 Visa must be the result of PASSIVE INCOME such as pension, passive investment, real estate, or equity in a company.
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Portugal D7 Visa & D7 Residency Requirements
1. Minimal Passive income requirements
D7 Visa is also known as a Passive Income Residency Visa. It works for retirees, who receive the amount of pension per stipulated minimum or who have a stable monthly/yearly stream of passive income coming from
- financial investment
- real estate rentals
- business dividends
The current minimal amount is set at €9,120, with an additional 50% of this amount for the spouse and 30% for each dependent child.
2. No criminality
The Applicant and family members are required to produce clear criminal records obtained not more than 3 months prior to bringing an Application for D7 Visa Portugal.
3. NIF Number (Portuguese Tax Number)
At the time of bringing a D7 Visa application, the Applicant is required to produce his/her NIF (Portuguese Tax Number)
4. Bank Account in Portugal
At the time of bringing a D7 Visa application, the Applicant is required to produce proof of his/her Portuguese Bank account.
5. Arranged accommodation
An arranged accommodation in Portugal (lease of real estate property) is an item in the checklist of documents necessary to provide in support of a D7 Visa.
6. Full Health Coverage
There is a list of Insurance companies approved by the Portuguese government, from which D7 Visa Applicants can purchase medical insurance, the copy of which to provide along with the D7 Visa application.
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FAQs About Portugal D7 Visa
What will you be entitled to in Portugal after receiving D7 Visa and D7 residency permit?
- The right to reside in Portugal
- Access to the National Health Service
- Access to the Portuguese National Education Service and schools
- Protection of the law and the Portuguese legal system
- To attract a tax regime, you will be able to benefit from Non-Habitual Residents Tax Regime (NHR)
Who can you take with you to Portugal from your family members?
You can bring with you to Portugal your following family members:
- your partner and dependent children,
- your parents
- your minor siblings are eligible for a joint application. Ask us for more details on this
What will you receive together with D7 Residence Permit?
- You will be able to travel the entire Schengen area as if you were a European Citizen.
- Your initial Residence Permit will be issued for 2 years. Provided you live in Portugal for 183 days a year, the Residence Permit will be extended continuously for a three-year period.
- You will have an access to National Health Service.
- You will have an access to the Portuguese National Education Service and schools.
- You will benefit from the Non-Habitual Residents Tax Regime (NHR).