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Portugal

To attract potential foreign investors, Portugal runs a residence scheme that offers tax breaks to skilled professionals, while non-EU citizens who spend more than €500,000 ($560,000) on a property or create sufficient jobs can apply for a “golden visa”

The number of foreign residents registered in Portugal increased by more than 93,000 to a record of almost half a million. For new residents, Portugal provides tax exemption for 10 years. In accordance with the terms of the NHR (Non-Habitual Resident) program, most types of income that come from a foreign source or that are taxed in another country are exempt from Portuguese taxes for ten years. This is possible if you were in Portugal more than 183 days a year.

Golden Visa

The Portugal Golden Visa program has proven to be the most popular scheme in Europe with investors attracted to its flexibility and benefits. The visa is also known as the ‘Resident Permit for Investment’.

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Schengen Visa

A Schengen visa is typically valid for six months and allows a tourist to stay in any of the Schengen countries for up to 90 days at a stretch.

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Entrepreneur Visa

To obtain the Temporary Residence Permit (TRP) as an entrepreneur, the applicant must establish a business or company in Portugal, physical or online.

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Freelancer Visa

To obtain the Portugal Residence Permit (TRP) as a freelancer, the applicant must show himself as a self-employed professional or occupy a trade function, working for himself in Portugal and registered as such.

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