Marina Andrade

Marina Andrade is based in Portugal and has been a member of the Portuguese BAR Association since 2009. Marina Andrade has over 12 years of experience specializing in international issues as Immigration Law and Non Habitual Tax Residence Regime in Portugal. She has written articles in the Portuguese News Papers, as well as in international papers as Multilaw. Marina Andrade gained experience through volunteering, having helped institutions as JA Worldwide.

Marina Andrade

Writes about:

Immigration Law and Non Habitual Tax Residence.

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  • Articles by Marina Andrade

  • The Portuguese Government incorporated in the Portuguese Immigration Law a new type of visa, called the Start-up Visa. This visa is a residence visa for non-EU-Schengen start-up founders who want to be part of one of the fastest developing start-up communities in Europe - Portugal.
  • Bearing in mind that the current Portuguese Government is running its final year in office and 2019 will be an election year, one could consider that the Government would favor tax reductions in its budget. However, the presented budget by the Portuguese Government results in the consolidation of a very high tax burden on families and companies.
  • In order to incorporate a company and in accordance with what it is foreseen in the Law, you may choose one of the two “simple” ways to move forward with it: (i) Through the “On the Spot Firm” or to (ii) “Online Set Up Firm”.
  • Since January of the current year the Foreigner and Border Control Service (SEF) have established some new rules regarding the proceeding of submission, instruction and approval of the Golden Visa requests – which will make the process faster and more straightforward.
  • Portugal is part of the European Union, the Euro Zone and the Schengen area, having, nowadays, a stable political and social environment, a secure society, and a fantastic quality of life.
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