New Wave of Brazilian Immigrants to Portugal is Underway

One hundred days after Jair Bolsonaro took office as president of Brazil, a growing number of his compatriots, of all backgrounds, are seeking a "better quality of life" in Portugal.

By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to Cíntia de Paulo, of Casa do Brasil, a non-profit association in Lisbon, a new wave of immigrants to Portugal is underway, and gaining in momentum. Her organisation works to help Brazilians living in Portugal, and so comes into contact with many.

Many of these newcomers are "well informed and having planned their immigration," while others were attracted by stories on social media of an "El Dorado" that does not in fact exist, said de Paulo in an interview with Lusa News Agency in which she cited the . . .

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