This program is designed for Philippine Investors, who wish to retire or reside in Portugal without making a significant financial commitment.
The D7 visa allows non-EU citizens, for instance Philippines, to obtain Portuguese residency provided they have sufficient income to support themselves during their stay in Portugal. Applicants must reside for at least 180 days per year in Portugal. Income can come from a variety of sources, such as pensions, transferable assets, real estate, intellectual property, or financial investments.
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You have 120 days from the issuance of the visa.
In order to have a Portuguese residential address.
Portuguese Immigration Service.
Health insurance policy, police record from your home country and SEF authorization to check your police record in Portugal.
“At 57 years old, I was considering what to do once I retired. I had my savings diversified in investments in various countries, and also my own company that I was going to pass on to my son when I retired. We had several meetings with Orience, where I explained to them what my expectations were based on my current situation and after analyzing it, they recommended me to apply for the Portuguese D7 visa. Right now, I benefit from the Portuguese tax system for non-habitual residents, and I write from my home in the Portuguese Algarve.”