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    All the Papers a(n American) Gringo Needs to Live in Brazil

    Hi Floriano,

    vielleicht setzt du dich mal mit Volker Ruthner (mineiro_alemao@hotmail.com) in Verbindung, der auf der HP www.brazzil.com die folgenden Informationen für Amerikaner, die nach Brasilien einreisen wollen, gepostet hat. Da er auch Deutscher ist und sich scheinbar sehr intensiv mit dem ganzen Behördenkram auseinandergesetzt hat, kann er dir vielleicht auch aus dem Stegreif deine Frage beantworten.

    Gruß - Jorginho



    All the Papers a Gringo Needs to Live in Brazil

    Like many things in Brazil getting documents and checking accounts
    will depend on the mood of the manager or the official you
    are dealing with. It might sound weird but that's the way things
    work in Brazil. A nice and friendly conversation might make
    things much easier and it could even make the impossible possible.


    This document is a collection of information and experiences about how and where to get documents, permissions or how to resolve bureaucratic subjects and matters in Brazil as a foreigner.
    This document does not claim to be 100 percent right and perfect, but it represents personal experiences and information that I have collected from various sources like Internet sites, official handbills and exchange of experiences with other foreigners in Brazil.
    PERMANENT VISA (residence visa)
    Permanência Definitiva
    There are four ways to qualify for a permanent visa for Brazil:
    to be a spouse of a Brazilian citizen
    to be the father of a child with Brazilian citizenship
    to invest a minimum of US$ 200,000 in Brazil
    to be retired with a minimum monthly income of US$ 2,000
    The visa application can be made in your country of residence via the local Brazilian Embassy or Consulates or in Brazil via the Federal Police (Polícia Federal).
    You will receive the visa much faster if you apply in the country of your residence. Usually within two or three months the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate will issue the visa if you handed in all necessary documents and the application fee is paid.
    Once the visa is stamped into your passport you have 90 days to enter Brazil and get registered at the local office of the Federal Police. More details about the necessary documents and application fee you will find on the official homepage of the Brazilian Embassy in your country of residence, (e.g. in the USA: www.brasilemb.org)
    If you want to apply for the visa in Brazil you have to file the application at the local office of the Federal Police. The following documents are necessary for family reunion / marriage:
    passport and Photocopy of all pages
    wedding certificate
    certificate of criminal records issued by the FBI or local Police (not older than three months)
    prove of residence in Brazil (usually done with a phone or electricity bill showing your address in Brazil)
    Application form (available at the Federal Police)
    You have to present the original and an authenticated Photocopy of all documents, which will remain together with the application form at the Federal Police. All documents not issued in Portuguese have to be translated by a sworn public translator recognized by the Federal Police. If you do the translation in your country of residence, the documents and translations have to be legalized by the responsible Brazilian Consulate or Embassy.
    When you successfully handed all documents and paid the fee (about R$ 50 - US$ 16) you will receive a receipt, the so-called protocolo. The protocolo shows the number of your application (processo) and it's also a kind of temporary foreigner ID and visa. So, you should keep it together with your passport.
    Now you have to wait for the publication of your application. The decision will be published in the Federal Government's newspaper, the Diário Oficial da União (DOU). This will take at least one year, usually more. I've waited one year and two months and I've heard about cases in which people have waited five to six years.
    Probably the Federal Police will not send you any information about the progress of your application. So, you have to check from time to time the Diário Oficial or call the office of the Federal Police to ask about the status of your application.
    Also make sure that you inform the Federal Police in case you travel abroad or within Brazil. This is very important in case the Federal Police wants contact you. If you are not at home or they can't get in touch with you, they can cancel your application.
    Once your application is published, you have 90 days to claim your permanência at the Federal Police. To claim the visa, you have to present the protocolo and a copy of the DOU that published your visa. You can buy a copy of the paper at the local office of the Imprensa Nacional or you buy just an authenticated Photocopy of the page where your process is published.
    By law, the permanent visa (permanência definitiva) will expire if you leave Brazil for more than two years. Usually there is no problem leaving Brazil for a period of three months or even more. In case you should stay outside Brazil for one year or more, you should check the status of your permanência after your return, to avoid any problems in case the permanência has been cancelled.
    If you miss the deadline (90 days) to claim your visa, the visa expires and you will have to make a new application with all the paperwork, costs and loss of time.
    There is an online version of the DOU available in the Internet at:
    www.in.gov.br or www.mj.gov.br (Search in section 1- Seção 1)
    You can track the progress of your application online at:
    www.mj.gov.br/sistemas/EstrangeiroWEB/index.asp
    ID CARD FOR FOREIGNERS
    CIE - Cédula de Identidade de Estrangeiro
    When you claim your published visa at the Federal Police, they will fingerprint you for the foreigners ID card (Cédula de Identidade de Estrangeiro - CIE). This will be your legal ID document in Brazil and you don't need to carry anymore your passport with the visa. In Brazil you have the duty to carry always an ID with you.
    After you have paid the administration fee (about R$ 140 - US$ 45) for the CIE, you will receive again a receipt (protocolo). This is your temporary ID card. It can take up to 180 days until the CIE is produced because they are all made in Brasília.
    Once the CIE is ready to pick-up at the Federal Police, you will receive a notification by mail. The CIE is valid for 10 years and has to be renewed then.
    You can track the progress of your CIE application online at: https://servicos.dpf.gov.br/sincre/carteira/protocolo
    WORKING PERMIT
    CTPS - Carteira de Trabalho e Previdência Social
    The working permit (CTPS - Carteira de Trabalho e Previdência Social) will be issued by the DRT (Delegacia Regional do Trabalho) located in every larger city.
    It's possible to apply for the CTPS while still waiting for the visa, as long as the Federal Police can provide the printout of the SINCRE (Sistema Nacional de Cadastramento de Registro de Estrangeiros), Brazil's registration system of foreigners who live in the country.
    Documents necessary to apply for a CTPS for foreigners:
    If you have a Residence/Permanent (permanente) visa and your CIE you will need:
    1.Application form
    2. Photocopy of the CIE.
    If you don't have a CIE, then you will need:
    1. Application form
    2. Photocopy of the protocolo from the application for the CIE
    3. Photocopy of the printout of the SINCRE
    4. Photocopy of the passport
    If you have a Temporary V (Temporário V) visa and the CIE, you will need:
    1. Application form
    2. Photocopy of the CIE
    3. Photocopy of the working contract
    4. Photocopy of the passport
    5. Publication in the DOU
    If you have a Temporary V (Temporário V) visa but not a CIE, you will need:
    1. Application form
    2. Photocopy of the protocolo from the application for the CIE
    3. Photocopy of your working contract
    4. Photocopy of the passport
    5. Publication in the DOU
    If you have a Provisional Registration (Registro Provisório) and your CIE you will need:
    1. Application form
    2. Photocopy of the CIE
    Without the CIE, you'll have to get these papers:
    1. Application form
    2. Photocopy of the protocolo from the application for the CIE
    3. Photocopy of the printout of the SINCRE
    In addition, everyone applying for a working permit will need two 3cm x 4cm color or black and white pictures.
    The photocopy of the passport must contain the main page with all personal details and also the page with the visa and the stamp when you entered Brazil.
    SINCRE's printout is available at the local office of the Polícia Federal.
    When all documents have been handed in successfully, the CTPS will be ready in 10 days. Validity, according to the CIE, is usually 10 years.
    INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYER REGISTRY
    CPF - Cadastro de Pessoas Físicas
    Necessary documents:
    - Passport
    - Proof of residence in Brazil (phone or electricity bill)
    - Wedding or birth certificate
    (It's necessary to present a document that contains the names of the parents)
    No photocopy necessary.
    You can apply for the CPF at the local office of the Receita Federal or in agencies of the Banco do Brasil or Caixa Economica Federal. Usually the CPF number will be created immediately or within one or two working days. After one week you can check your CPF number on the Internet site of the Receita Federal and within a few weeks you will receive the CPF card by mail at your residence in Brazil.
    It's also possible to apply for the CPF from your home country via the local Brazilian Embassy and the Consulates. Just print out the application form available on the Internet: http://www.receita.fazenda.gov.br/Aplicacoes/ATCTA /CpfEstrangeiro/cpfingles.htm) and hand in the application at the Brazilian Consulate, which is responsible for your place of residence.
    The CPF is very important in the daily life in Brazil. It is very often used as a document of identification. You will need a CPF to open a bank account, buy a TV, Video or DVD set, a car, etc.
    Once a CPF has been issued to you, you have to do a tax declaration every year (except the year you've received the CPF). There are two options of declaration:
    Declaração de Imposto de Renda (If you earn R$ 12,696 - US$ 4, 095 per year or more)
    Declaração de Isento de Impostos (If you don't have income in Brazil or it's less than R$ 12,969 per year)
    Both declarations can be made via Internet on the homepage of the Receita Federal (www.receita.fazenda.gov.br). The Declaração de Imposto de Renda is usually done in March and April and the Declaração de Isento de Impostos, in October and November.
    If you don't do any of these two declarations for two years the CPF will be cancelled. In fact the CPF will turn "inactive", to re-activate the CPF you have to go to the nearest office of the Receita Federal and justify why you did not do the declaration. After paying a fee the CPF will be re-activated.
    You can find more information and detail about the CPF and other tax and duty related issues on this site: http://www.receita.fazenda.gov.br
    DRIVER'S LICENSE
    CNH - Carteira Nacional de Habilitação
    Foreign driver's licenses can be used for up to six months in Brazil in combination with an official translation into Portuguese stamped by the traffic authority DETRAN of the state where you are living. In case you use an International driver's license it's good to get an official translation into Portuguese of it and a stamp from the DETRAN too, because usually the International driver's license is not in Portuguese.
    If you stay more than six months in Brazil you have to apply for a temporary driver's license for foreigners, valid for one year. In case you are still waiting for your ID card, temporary driver's license can be extended for another year. You have to apply for the license at the office of the local state's traffic authority DETRAN.
    For the temporary driver's license for foreigners you need the following documents:
    Passport (original + photocopy of the page with the personal data)
    Your national driver's license (original + photocopy)
    Official translation of your national driver's license (original + photocopy)
    Result of the medical exam (from a doctor indicated by the DETRAN)
    Proof of residence in Brazil (original + photocopy of phone or electricity bill)
    CPF (original + photocopy) if you already have one
    You will receive a payment form to pay the administration fee (about R$ 13 - US$ 4.20) in a bank indicated by the DETRAN. After you have paid the fee you can hand in the documents. If everything is correct they will issue immediately the temporary driver's license.
    Once you have the CIE you can apply for a Brazilian driver's license. You will need to present the same documents as mentioned above and the fee will be about R$ 53 (US$ 17). It is very important that you keep the result of the medical exam in a safe place, because the exam is valid for five years.
    The Brazilian driver's license will be valid according to the medical exam, (e.g. if you made the medical exam in 2000 for a temporary driver's license and it will be valid until 2005. According to this, a Brazilian driver's license issued in 2001 will also be valid until 2005.)
    When the driver's license expires you have to make a new medical exam to apply for a new license valid for another five years. The fee for the medical exam is about R$ 60 (US$ 19). The new driver's license will be issued within two weeks.
    You can find the homepage of the DETRAN responsible for your state of residence on this site: www.denatran.gov.br/links.htm
    BANK ACCOUNT
    Conta Bancária
    To open a bank account as a foreigner in Brazil is not easy. You need at least a CPF and a long-term visa like a work-visa or a permanent-visa with CIE. For tourists it is impossible to open a bank account in Brazil.
    There are two different types of bank accounts for natural persons (pessoas físicas):
    Conta corrente (usually for people with frequent income)
    Conta de poupança (savings account)
    The main differences are that for the conta corrente you will need a regular income and many banks ask for minimum income that will be deposited on the account each month, usually between R$ 500 and R$ 700 (US$ 160 and US$ 225).
    With a conta corrente you will receive checks and a debit card to withdraw cash on the banks ATMs or the Banco24horas ATMs and you can apply for a credit card as well. If you just open a savings account, you will receive only a normal bankcard to deposit and withdraw cash on the banks ATMs. No checks, no debit card and no credit card.
    ATMs are very popular in Brazil. You will find them in every shopping center, in boxes on streets in commercial areas of larger cities, in Universities and many public buildings. ATMs are used to withdraw and deposit money, pay bills like phone, water, electricity, cellular-phone, credit card or any other bill that has a bar code on it.
    Via the ATM's bar-code reader you can also pay the so called boletos bancários which are a kind of payment form often used on the Internet for e-commerce. Of course you can check the status of your account on the ATM as well as transferring money from your account to any other account within the same bank. Or you can recharge your cell phone with new credits. In the agencies of many banks there are also ATMs available to print your checks.
    The bank fees and charges for the service of the bank are different in each bank. Usually you pay a monthly fee that includes a certain number of checks and account-statements. If you print more checks or account statements during a month you have to pay extra for this service.
    Beside the service via ATMs most banks nowadays offer Internet banking for clients, even for those with a simple savings account. Usually you have to go to the agencies where you opened the account to apply for the Internet service. Using Internet banking you can do all the operations like a ATM offers, besides money-transfers to accounts in other banks (e.g. Banco do Brasil to Itaú, etc.)
    My personal experience about opening a bank account is that you need a lot of patience because it usually depends on the mood of the bank-manager if he will open the account for you. Banks are interested in having clients with a regular income of a certain minimum and many banks only open accounts for foreigners if they have a permanent visa or a job in Brazil.
    This way it's necessary to go to many banks until you find a bank or better a bank-manager who's up to open an account for you. If you are married with a Brazilian citizen, you can try to open a joint account with your Brazilian spouse. This should be easier than trying to get an account just for you.
    Like many things in Brazil you depend on the manager or the official you are dealing with. If he/she likes you, if he's in a good mood, if he/she had a good or a bad weekend besides how the last match of his/her football team was. It might sound weird but that's the way things work in Brazil.
    If you can manage to get into a nice and friendly conversation with the manager or official it will make things much easier and it also will make things possible that weren't possible in a different bank or with a different official. The best is to find a common subject (soccer, sports, cars, children, etc.) to talk to the manager/official before starting the subject you are "really" interested in.
    HEALTH INSURANCE
    Plano de Saúde
    The public health system (SUS - Sistema Único de Saúde) in Brazil has a lot of problems like crowded public hospitals and medical service units (Postos de Saúde), long waiting lines to be attended for exams and consultations even in cases of emergency.
    Therefore I would suggest that you get a private health insurance, which covers all medical and dental cases and emergencies partial or completely. Not covered by private insurances are drugs and remedies, which have to be fully paid by the client. Depending on your preferences you can choose from a variety of services which will be covered by the insurance or not.
    Many insurance companies, banks and collectives offer different types of insurances. Also some hospitals offer insurances. In this case, usually all exams and consultations have to be done in that specific hospital. Other insurances offer you the opportunity to choose the doctor, laboratory or hospital from a list of accredited professionals and institutions.
    You can include or exclude treatments like dentist, specialists for skin or eye diseases as well as hospital services, which will influence the monthly payment for the insurance.
    Before closing a contract with one of the providers of health insurance, you should contact the local consumer defense organization (PROCON) to get more information about the reputation and the quality of the company and the health insurance.
    On this site you will find the PROCON or similar organization nearest to your place of residence in Brazil: www.portaldoconsumidor.gov.br/procon.asp
    LINKS
    Brazilian Embassy in Washington D.C.
    www.brasilemb.org
    US Embassy in Brasília
    www.embaixada-americana.org.br
    Ministério da Justiça
    www.mj.gov.br/estrang/estrangeiros.htm - Visas (Permanência)
    www.mj.gov.br/sistemas/EstrangeiroWEB/index.asp - Online check of your visa application
    Polícia Federal
    www.dpf.gov.br
    https://servicos.dpf.gov.br/sincre/carteira/protocolo - Online check of CIE-application
    Ministério do Trabalho e Emprego
    www.mte.gov.br
    www.tem.gov.br/Temas/CTPS/default.asp - Working permit (CTPS)
    Receita Federal
    www.receita.fazenda.gov.br
    DENATRAN
    www.denatran.gov.br/links.htm - List of all traffic authorities
    Portal do Consumidor - PROCON
    www.portaldoconsumidor.gov.br/procon.asp
    Imprensa Oficial
    DOU - Diário Oficial da União
    www.in.gov.br/imprensa/index.html


    Volker Ruthner, 36, was born in Germany. He married his Brazilian girlfriend in August 2000. Since then he's been living in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, where he works as a translator and German language teacher. Your comments are welcome at mineiro_alemao@hotmail.com.

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      • #4
        oi floriano,

        ich würde mir den ganzen stress sparen, und nur das wichtigste mitnehmen, den rest in hh verkaufen/verschenken und in sp (das nötigste) kaufen ...

        ist Deine sache, nur als tipp gemeint ...

        schon mal darüber nachgedacht ...

        abracos,
        s.

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          gelöscht!
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          • #6
            ja, ja, kenne ich, hatte früher auch mal das davon-kann-ich-mich-nicht-trennen-syndrom ...

            frag doch mal oberlehrer. vielleicht kann er auch mal seine kontakte spielen lassen, anstatt immer nur zu "oberlehren". :lol:

            abracos,
            s.

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            • #7
              Re: All the Papers a(n American) Gringo Needs to Live in Bra

              Zitat von Jorginho
              Hi Floriano,
              vielleicht setzt du dich mal mit Volker Ruthner (mineiro_alemao@hotmail.com) in Verbindung, der auf der HP www.brazzil.com die folgenden Informationen für Amerikaner, die nach Brasilien einreisen wollen, gepostet hat. Da er auch Deutscher ist und sich scheinbar sehr intensiv mit dem ganzen Behördenkram auseinandergesetzt hat, kann er dir vielleicht auch aus dem Stegreif deine Frage beantworten.

              Gruß - Jorginho
              du kannst ihm auch hier über das Forum eine PN schreiben - er schreibt hier recht häufig als Benutzer "VOLKER".


              .vasco

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              • #8
                Hi Floriano!

                Hatte Dir gestern 2-3 Mails geschickt. Kann sein, dass sie in Deinem Spam Ordner gelandet sind? Hatte erst heute gesehen, dass Yahoo! so eine blöden Header in der e-mail mitschickt...

                CU sagt der
                Ursinho
                Rio de Janeiro ist eine Drecksstadt...

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