Guide to Relocation in Brazil

Dual Citizenship in Brazil

Brazil is one of the countries that allows people to have two citizenship without having to renounce one of them. Here you will find more information about multiple citizenship in the country.


Going to the Toilet in Brazil

In this article we will explain something that you've always asked yourself but never had the guts to ask a Brazilian: how to use Brazil's bathrooms?


Timeline for Moving to Brazil on an Investor Visa

This article will help you to understand the procedure for obtaining the investor visa in Brazil and be a legal resident. We spoke to an American entrepreneur who has obtained this type of visa and gave us some useful tips.





Cost of Health Services

Although Brazil has an universal health system, there are some appointments and exams that have to be paid for. Know in this article more about the healthcare in Brazil – and its costs.


Cost of Bulletproof Cars in Brazil

This sector has increased in the past years, considering that people feel safer in bulletproof cars. Learn in this article what this market is like in Brazil and check the list of the 10 least expensive bulletproof vehicles.


Homeschooling in Brazil

Influenced by the American culture, homeschooling has reached Brazil. Still very little represented, it is a battle that just started and a rising national debate.


Electricity Prices in Brazil

The president Dilma Rouseff has recently taken measures in order to reduce the Brazilian power bill – which was one of the most expensive in the world. In this article you will learn more about this charge.


Cost of Living in Porto Alegre

Porto Alegre is one of the cities hosting the 2014 World Cup, what has drawn some attention to it and to the services available. In this article you will find some of the primary costs related to relocation to Porto Alegre.


Wild animals in Brazil

Despite its economic importance in the international scenario, the first idea many people have of Brazil still is associated to soccer and carnival. And worse than that: some people still believe that Brazil is a big jungle in which elephants, monkeys and giraffes walk free among human beings.


Celpe-Bras 2013

Celpe-Bras is the only Portuguese proficiency test in Brazil that is officially recognized by companies and education institutions in Brazil. In a country where less than 10% of the population speaks a foreign language, proficiency in Portuguese is a necessity.