Who has at least one Sephardic Jewish grandmother or grandfather.
In the communities of Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Libya, North African countries, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Holland, Yugoslavia, Gibraltar, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Croatia and many others.
No. Unless they have a Sephardic grandfather or are married to someone who has applied for Portuguese nationality.
Yes, but the outcome of the process is not fully guaranteed.
Yes, but the process is more difficult.
Being able to live and work in any of the 27 countries of the European Union.
Do not need a visa to travel to the United States, Canada and many other countries that require a visa for Brazilians. Banking, real estate and commercial advantages.
Banking, real estate and commercial advantages.
An eventual safe option for children to study and / or work abroad.
Protection of European citizens living outside their country, according to international agreements.
Good employment, social security and health benefits.
The governments of Spain and Portugal say they want to repair something of the huge mistake they made in the past. Some say that there are also economic and population growth reasons involved.
Both a Portuguese and a Spanish can live and work in any of the 27 countries of the European Union, such as Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, Belgium, Holland or Denmark.
Up to 45 days.
Approximately one and a half years.
Between 250 and 500 euros per person.
250 euros per adult.
Yes. Costs with lawyers, services, issuing authenticated documents and passport issuing fees.