portugal Visa & Passport
Did you know as of 2020, owners of a Portuguese passport have visa-free accessibility in over 190 countries, placing the Portuguese Passport in fifth place worldwide? More importantly, you only require a Portuguese Citizen Card upon becoming a Portuguese citizen. As per law, you are not required to obtain a Portuguese passport. However, there are perks when you apply for a Portuguese passport and your Citizen Card, especially when you travel internationally.
To be eligible to apply for a Portuguese passport and nationality, your grandparents, parents or yourself must be born before 19th December 1961 in either Goa, Daman, Diu, Dadra or Nagar Haveli, territories formerly owned by Portugal. This will also apply to you if you are a descendant of your parent/grandparent who is now deceased but born before 19th December 1961 in any of the above-listed territories formerly owned by Portugal.
Cloud-Based Portugal Passport Consultancy Services In India
To help save on your travelling cost and time, we are available on WhatsApp, Google Meet or Zoom for any queries you may have
As a Cloud-Based firm, we are no longer restricted to helping only the clients who live in our communities. Instead, we provide services to anyone with an internet connection and a desire to prepare their application right the first time. We offer a one-stop solution start-to-end process is guaranteed. Our legal representation team in Lisbon, Portugal, is well-equipped to submit, execute, and conclude your process, and you can follow the entire process from the comfort of your home.
An Entire start-to-end process is guaranteed.
We can assist you with the complete process, from searching for your documents and application, Attestations & translations, and Submissions in Portugal and discovering new ways to improve customer experience.
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Most Common Cases We Handle
” Every document written in another language than Portuguese must be translated and certified by an official translator.”