Out of Money, Vulnerable Brazilian Immigrants in Portugal Call for Help to Return

Often in situations of social vulnerability due to the coronavirus crisis, Brazilian emigrants to Portugal are now calling on the federal government to help them return to Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, April 22nd, a note from the Brazilian Embassy in Portugal confirmed what immigrant assistance associations had already been alerting: there are more and more Brazilians in this situation.

"The Consulate General of Brazil in Lisbon has received countless queries from Brazilians who are habitual residents in Portugal and who are apprehensive about their stay in the country due to the deterioration of the economic situation and the impacts of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic," reads the text, published in the embassy's official social media.

In addition to guiding immigrants to enroll . . .

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