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  • THE FOREIGN NATIONAL IN BRAZILLegislation and Comments

    rd4 editionrevised and expanded

    CoordinationJoo Marques da Fonseca Neto

    Authors Daniela Lima

    Idalmir Correia da LuzRen Ramos

    Samantha Machado Mendes Sampaio

    CollaboratorsAnderson Leme Rozende Fabiano Tatsushi Kawai

    Felipe Camargo de Arajo Guilherme Francisco Alves Ribeiro Dias

    EMDOCSO PAULO - BRAZIL

    Outubro / 2009

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    EMDOC is a company that performs in the immigration area, with more than twenty years of experience.

    The company's mission is to render legal advice for immigration issues and support for accommodation and adaptation of expatriates, with commitment and quality in its services, making expatriation a favorable experience. Its success is a direct result of the intelligent and integrated actuation of a professional team motivated by its corporate policy, innovating organization, and advanced technological resources.

    In 2003, EMDOC published the first comments about the Brazilian immigration laws, considering the absence of literature about the topic, notwithstanding its importance in the national and global conjuncture.

    Due to the great success and demand for that work, EMDOC once again publishes a book on the same topic, with appropriate updated and expanded comments. Hence, it becomes possible to follow-up the development of the immigration theme, always surprising for its dynamics and peculiarities.

    In this sense, the work main purpose is to inform the business community, the professionals of the human resources area, and international and labor law specialized professionals about the several types of visas that exist in the Brazilian legislation, presenting to the reader their main characteristics and applicability.

    The authors have also strived on the numerous international treaties, whose regulations are applied in Brazil, and complemented the national immigration legislation.

    With the purpose of clarifying the main doubts of those who are interested in the topic, the book also brings, in its appendices, a complementary resource, an exclusive topic with the frequently asked questions in the area, which shall clarify the reader's doubts in a simple and objective manner.

    It is important to remark that, due to the magnitude of the theme, this work does not includes all the statements or all the legal hypotheses the foreigner or the company may run into.

    For that reason, in a specific immigration situation, it is recommended that the reader seek for specialized legal advice, in order to obtain the best solution for a concrete case.

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    Preface................................................................................................................................195

    Chapter 1 - Introduction

    The great migrations...........................................................................................................201The panorama since 1980...................................................................................................202The panorama from the 90's up to the current time, and work of foreigners.......................203

    Chapter 2 - Authorities involved with immigration in Brazil

    Ministry of Labor and Employment (MTE)...........................................................................205National Immigration Council (CNIg)...................................................................................205

    Ministry of Justice (MJ)........................................................................................................205Foreign Citizens Department................................................................................206Division of Permanence of the Foreign Citizens.................................206

    Federal Police Bureau Department (Immigration Police)......................................206

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MRE).........................................................................................206 Immigration Division (DIM)....................................................................................206

    Diplomatic missions, consulates, vice-consulates and honorary consulates....207

    Chapter 3 - Visas and immigration controls

    General comments...............................................................................................................209The entry visa......................................................................................................................209The transit visa....................................................................................................................210The tourist visa....................................................................................................................210

    Temporary visas..................................................................................................................211.Temporary visa, item I: Cultural trip or study......................................212.Temporary visa, item II: Business.........................................................................214.Temporary visa, item III: Artists and athletes........................................................214.Temporary visa, item IV: Students........................................................................215.Temporary visa, item V: Work visa.......................................................................215.General comments...............................................................................................215.Professional training (Normative Resolution No. 37/1999).........................216.Apprenticeship (Normative Resolution No. 42/1999)............................................217.Technical services rendering (Normative Resolution No. 61/2004)............217.Volunteer work (Normative Resolution No. 68/2005)...........................................220.Maritime employees aboard foreign tourist ships operating in Brazilian Jurisdictional waters (Normative Resolution No. 71/2006)....................................220.Foreign professionals to work aboard foreign vessel or platform (Normative Resolution No. 72/2006).........................................................................................222.Visa linked to economic group whose head office company is Brazilian

    (Normative Resolution No. 79/2008)....................................................................224.Labor agreement (Normative Resolution No. 80/2008)........................................224Extension...........................................................................................................224

    .Transforming the temporary visa into a permanent visa228.Crew member of a foreign fishing boat leased by Brazilian company(Normative Resolution No. 81/2008).....................................................................230.Foreign professional employed aboard foreign tourist ships coming to Brazilon a long term voyage (Normative Resolution No. 83/2008) .................231.Temporary visa, item VI: journalists......................................................................231.Temporary visa, item VII: religious minister or member of an institution of consecrated life or religious congregation or order...............231

    Permanent visa...................................................................................................................232.General comments...............................................................................................232.Permanent visa for foreigners who come to Brazil as technicians, high-level researchers or foreign scientists (Normative Resolution No. 01/1997).........233.Permanent visa for foreigners who come to Brazil as retired citizens (Normative Resolution No. 45/2000)......................................................................234.Permanent visa for foreigners who come to Brazil to represent commercial or civil corporations, groups or economic conglomerates (Normative Resolution No. 62/2004)........................................................................................234.Permanent visa for foreigners who come to Brazil to represent financial institutions or similar corporations, with main office abroad (Normative Resolution No. 63/2005).........................................236.Permanent visa for a foreigner who comes to Brazil to assume a post of chief officer, manager or administrator in a religious entity, social assistance entity or nonprofit non-governmental organization (Normative Resolution No. 68/2005)........................................................................................236.Permanent visa for foreigners who come to Brazil to manage nonprofitentities (Normative Resolution No. 70/2006)..................................................237.Permanent visa for foreigners who come to Brazil as investors (Normative Resolution No. 84/2009)......................................................................237

    The courtesy visa................................................................................................................239

    The official visa....................................................................................................................239

    The diplomatic visa..............................................................................................................239

    Chapter 4 - Permanent residence and fami