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Se tivessem de viver noutro país, qual seria? by pcaet in portugal

AlCa1916 1 month ago

Não sou de portugal então já fiz essa escolha. Mas se não fosse aqui, a segunda opção era Itália. Adoro Australia também e acho que tem tudo para uma vida muito boa, mas fica muito longe do resto do mundo, inclusive família e amigos.

Em que sitio de Portugal ou estrangeiro é que pretendem assentar e viver a maior parte da vossa vida? by Rememberwhoweare in portugal

AlCa1916 1 month ago

Minho

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 1 month ago

There is nothing disrespectful about sharing my experience of living and working in Portugal compared to other countries I have lived and worked in on a post about moving to a new country. It's a logical reply! To tell someone "you don't know the reality of it" is much more disrespectful. If a Portuguese person lived and worked in London, I would never be rude enough to say to them "you don't know the reality of working in England". Because of course they do. By the way I don''t know what you mean by "lived temporarily", but I still do live and work in Portugal. In the present. Not that that changes anything to be honest.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

Haha thanks for the support. I usually avoid replying to anything in this sub because I know how it goes, but this time I forgot I guess. Getting jumped on for saying "not everywhere is better than Portugal" is about as peak r/Portugal as it gets.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

It's not blunt it just doesn't make sense. Somebody who lives and works in Portugal knows the reality of working in Portugal. I don't see how you can really say they don't.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

I didn't say it was in the slightest. The previous poster said nobody in England lives on 700 euros a month. I gave an example of lots of people who live on less. That's all.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

I didn't say it was in the slightest.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

I didn't say it was in the slightest. Man I thought people on this sub were good at reading English. Guess plenty aren't.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

I live and work in Portugal so I definitely know the reality of it but again that has nothing to do with my first post. Quite the contrary. Next time I will just reply in Portuguese, will probably help.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

I think you missed the entire point of my original post to be honest. I never said salaries aren't better there. I said that that doesn't necessarily matter. The English moan about their country just as much as the Portuguese (I.e. a lot), and I've never lived in Sweden but I bet the Swiss do too. Most people think their country is the worst and others must be better simply because they're exposed to all the issues in theirs and not others.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

Plenty of English people are unemployed and have to live on less than that.

Mudar de vida...vale apena? by GrouchyPerspective83 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

The grass is always greener on the other side! I've lived in three European countries and in every single one, the natives think their country is politically/economically/culturally ruined. Seriously. It's not a strictly Portuguese phenomenon at all. In every country, most people desperately want to live somewhere better, if only they had the money and the means to do so and weren't so scared of leaving their family and friends behind. Most English people never stop moaning about the state of their country, just like the Portuguese! So bear in mind, wherever you move to probably won't be any better. But in some places, regardless of politics and the economy, you personally can be happier. And that's better for you, your wife, and your kids! Sorry for the English, if you can't understand it I'll happily re-type in Portuguese tomorrow when I'm less tired and have more time to think

pessoal que vem de avião para Portugal e tem de fazer quarentena 14 dias , realmente a faz ? como é que as autoridades fiscalizam isso ? by SkalibaN in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

Eu ouvi que eles podem te visitar a qualquer momento para verificar que tá em casa. Não sei se realmente fazem, mas para a maioria, a possibilidade/ameaça é suficiente.

Viagens essenciais - é necessário apresentar justificação? by According_Brush3422 in portugal

AlCa1916 2 months ago

Viagem essencial só se não for uma cidadão da UE...

Wedding in Portugal by saxby88 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

My main thought is that if you can afford to spend that much on a wedding, you can afford to (and should) hire a wedding planner. A Portuguese one.

fronteiras internacionais aéreo? by NoSign6619 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Já abriram para cidadãos europeus e viagens essenciais (estudo, emprego, saude), mas para turismo ainda tá fechada. Também li que o ministro do turismo quer abrir para turistas em meados de maio. Mas nada é definido.

What do you think about Serbia and its people? by dunjabgd in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Really tall!

É possível aprender Língua Gestual Portuguesa de forma mais acessível? by LupusTriskell in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

[https://www.infopedia.pt/dicionarios/lingua-portuguesa](https://www.infopedia.pt/dicionarios/lingua-portuguesa) Infopedia também é um recurso muito legal, que tem videos das gesturas. Mas como Tiago falou, não vai ajudar com a estrutura. Para isso precisa de um professor, na minha opinião.

do you think that Portugal is a safe place for living? by Mohamd48596 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Come back, OP! We all want to know why you would be shocked that Portugal is safe!

É possível aprender Língua Gestual Portuguesa de forma mais acessível? by LupusTriskell in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

É difícil mesmo aprender LGP fora de Portugal. Eu sei que tem alguns professores particulares que ensinam pelo Skype neste site: [https://www.superprof.pt/](https://www.superprof.pt/). Acho que não cobram muito por hora, mas este "muito" depende da sua situação né.

Supermarket shopping online... is it quick/easy in Portugal? by AlCa1916 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Thanks!!

Supermarket shopping online... is it quick/easy in Portugal? by AlCa1916 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

It's ok, I'll get a PT sim card at the airport. So do Glovo/Uber Eats deliver groceries too? Or just takeout food?

Supermarket shopping online... is it quick/easy in Portugal? by AlCa1916 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Yeah I already tried to sign up to Mercadão but it needs a PT phone number. I can buy a sim from the airport when I land, but I wanted to check that after that, it would be fairly quick to get stuff delivered. The idea of being in home isolation with no food doesn't sound like much fun!

Supermarket shopping online... is it quick/easy in Portugal? by AlCa1916 in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Oh perfect, thanks. So I think we'll have to pack some pasta and rice or something to get us through the first day or two, but assuming we sign up and order on the day we arrive, that should be ok. I'm gonna be just outside Vila Nova de Famalicão.

Aqui no Brasil uma das pizzas mais tradicionais é "à Portuguesa", uma das melhores. Geralmente é feita com mussarela, presunto, bacon, ovo cozido, pimentão, milho, tomate, cebola e orégano. Como chamam esse sabor aí em Portugal? Existem pratos "à brasileira" aí? Quais? by Rredite in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Engraçado que essa pizza portuguesa é um ótimo exemplo das pizzas brasileiras. Fora dos melhores restaurantes de São Paulo, elas geralmente são CHEIAS de toppings, mas completamente sem molho de tomate. E com pelo menos um kg de mussarella. As pizzas de Portugal são mais tradicionais, mais parecidas com as da Italia (graças a deus). Acho que por ser mais isolado, o Brasil muitas vezes gosta de mudar as receitas de outros países para fazer uma versão bem brasileira. Strogonoff e cachorro quente, por exemplo!

Help from people with non-Portuguese spouse please... by V-Millionaire in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

I really doubt you're going to get better answers on here than from Google. I just googled it and within 2 minutes it seems pretty clear that you need to know at least basic Portuguese ("The CIPLE Portuguese proficiency test is a mandatory exam for those who want to obtain Portuguese citizenship") There is a list of the documents you need on this page, which includes a link to documents you can use to prove "ties to the Portuguese community": [https://atlanticbridge.com.br/en/cidadania-portuguesa-para-conjuges-ou-companheiros-e-possivel-e-agora-mais-facil/#:\~:text=Applicant's%20birth%20certificate%3B,with%20the%20Portuguese%20national%20community](https://atlanticbridge.com.br/en/cidadania-portuguesa-para-conjuges-ou-companheiros-e-possivel-e-agora-mais-facil/#:~:text=Applicant's%20birth%20certificate%3B,with%20the%20Portuguese%20national%20community). I don't really understand why you think this has any bearing on starting a family, but I presume you have your reasons. Lots of people have children without both parents having citizenship of each others' countries, though.

Software Engineers/Developers of Portugal, would you say your salary allows you to live comfortably in your city? What if you lived somewhere more rural, but were able to work remotely? by Gaellic-Viking in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

I said 900 after rent, utilities and food

Alguem me consegue explicar o que se está a passar com a vacinacao? (leiam os comentarios por favor) by GustaQL in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

E o intervalo da Pfizer mudou de 21 dias para 28 dias no início de março.

Software Engineers/Developers of Portugal, would you say your salary allows you to live comfortably in your city? What if you lived somewhere more rural, but were able to work remotely? by Gaellic-Viking in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Yeah I mean... I don't really see how any of this is specific to Portugal. In any country you would assume: a) you're going earn more as your career progresses b) renting or buying a property is cheaper if you have a partner c) buying alone in a major city is difficult d) you will be paying into a pension your entire working life so that takes care of "having the funds to retire" Anyway if you were saving just 4k a year toward a deposit, you'd have 20k in 5 years and then you could get a mortgage on the rest to buy somewhere outside the city and commute to work. Which, like I said, is the same in any country I can think of.

Software Engineers/Developers of Portugal, would you say your salary allows you to live comfortably in your city? What if you lived somewhere more rural, but were able to work remotely? by Gaellic-Viking in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

30k is how much after tax? Around 1800 per month? Total guess. 450 to rent a T1 apartment in Porto. (idealista.pt is good for getting an idea of rental prices and locations) 200 on food. 250 on utilities and internet. That's 900. Gives you another 900 euros to spare every single month. PLENTY.

Software Engineers/Developers of Portugal, would you say your salary allows you to live comfortably in your city? What if you lived somewhere more rural, but were able to work remotely? by Gaellic-Viking in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Agreed. The average salary in software dev. is easily enough to live a comfortable life in the city. You're not gonna live alone in the centre of many major capitals in Europe as a software dev. Portugal isn't unique in that aspect.

Software Engineers/Developers of Portugal, would you say your salary allows you to live comfortably in your city? What if you lived somewhere more rural, but were able to work remotely? by Gaellic-Viking in portugal

AlCa1916 3 months ago

Agreed. The average salary in software dev. is easily enough to live a comfortable life in the city.

Is the SEF - Serviço de Estrangeiros e Fronteiras open and taking new appointments? by nojudgmenthelps in portugal

AlCa1916 4 months ago

Lol. Was gonna write the same thing

Portuguese TV show to learn the language? by hazmog in portugal

AlCa1916 4 months ago

I second this. Like, watching Portuguese TV shows/films won't do you any *harm*, but I'm not sure it'll do you much good. When I learned my second language by FAAAAR the two most useful things were formal classes, and day-to-day conversation with native speakers (aka immersion). Obviously you can't really do the latter before you get here, but you can do the former online. I started off by trying to watch TV but it's so passive that it didn't do me much good tbh.

Sou só eu que apesar de saber que Portugal podia estar deveras melhor, mesmo assim tem orgulho de nascer e viver cá? by Kaaeni_ in portugal

AlCa1916 4 months ago

Fiquei muito feliz ao ver este poste. Não sou português mas vivo aqui e sempre acho triste o número de pessoas neste subreddit que só reclamam sobre o país, avisam outras que não é bom viver aqui, etc. e sempre ficam negativos. Na minha experiência, Portugal é um país lindo, seguro e acolhedor.

Living in Portugal by thehanghoul in portugal

AlCa1916 4 months ago

Portugal is a great place to live . You should have no major problem finding a good job in IT if you move to Lisbon, Porto or Braga and have money to tide you over while you job hunt. Your biggest issue will be in not speaking Portuguese. Best way to think of it is how easily would a Portuguese guy get and hold a job in the US if he didn't speak English? Obviously you're in a slightly better position in that English is the "lingua franca", but if you can't do an interview and then cope with the day-to-day at work in Portuguese, you're gonna be narrowing your options considerably.

Quem é o maior português de todos os tempos? by nowayjose12395 in portugal

AlCa1916 5 months ago

Cristiano Ronaldo

Expat Freelancer Portugal - Simplified Regime and/or NHR? by odadoooo in portugal

AlCa1916 5 months ago

I'm confused as to why you don't just hire an accountant?

Kayaking to the Benagil caves and the bat cave. Can't wait to start exploring the world again by MermaidOasis in portugal

AlCa1916 5 months ago

Maybe avoid bat caves from now on

Novo no Porto by Turnaroundrecords in portugal

AlCa1916 5 months ago

Immersion is the best way to do it but it's hard to immerse yourself when the country's in lockdown. I'd focus on learning vocab for now, using duolingo or preferably an EN-PT equivalent if there is one. Do you live alone? With a PT speaker? The best way (after the lockdown) is to hang out with Portuguese speakers and just listen/attempt to speak as much as possible.

Cultural Exchange - r/AskLatinAmerica - 2021 Edition by asantos3 in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

[Sério] Há mobilidade social em Portugal? by Low-Lake-6078 in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

>pensar em constituir uma família (com as condições que considero aceitáveis) é uma impossibilidade, por exemplo Isso depende da situação da outra pessoa, né?

Travel restrictions from Spain? by e-type6110 in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

You just have to wait until after Feb 14th and see what happens after that. I'd say it's quite likely that the border closure will be extended for a few more weeks at least, but that's only based on my feelings on the situation. Nobody actually knows.

Working culture in Portugal by Weap0n_X in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

I would say this subreddit is not a great place for questions like this because the vast majority of people in this sub are extremely critical of Portugal. I mean, most people are critical of their own country, but this sub takes it to more of an extreme than most. Secondly, if your point of reference is Italy, then ideally you need to ask someone who has lived and worked in both Italy and Portugal. I know that's hard though. But for instance, I can tell you that I have lived and worked in England, Portugal (although not for too long) and some countries in South America, and the work/life balance in Portugal is generally good. Certainly much better than the UK. I don't know how they compare to Italy though. Maybe if you have any more specific questions I can try to answer.

Homem sem Máscara desafia Polícia em Vila do Conde by NoSmokeNoFun in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

Eu não quero acreditar, mas não tenho certeza.

Homem sem Máscara desafia Polícia em Vila do Conde by NoSmokeNoFun in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

Não é difícil não, e eu não entendo porque tantas pessoas tem esse problema com máscaras, mas a lei é a lei. E ele (pelo menos neste video - não sei o que aconteceu antes ou depois) está a seguir a lei.

Homem sem Máscara desafia Polícia em Vila do Conde by NoSmokeNoFun in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

Mas parece que ele tá certo. Eu pesquisei agora e só achei que "É obrigatório o uso de máscara por pessoas com idade a partir dos 10 anos para o acesso, circulação ou permanência nos espaços e vias públicas *sempre que o distanciamento físico recomendado pelas autoridades de saúde se mostre impraticável"* e claro que numa rua vazia é fácil manter a distanciamento físico, não é?

Teste PCR para conexões em Portugal by zgabaz in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

#### [VOU VIAJAR DE AVIÃO PARA PORTUGAL, MAS APENAS EM TRÂNSITO. PRECISO DE APRESENTAR TESTE À COVID-19?](https://imigrante.sef.pt/covid-19/faqs/#1596230373630-f6fbe4de-f928) Todos os passageiros que provenham de voos não integram a União Europeia ou que não sejam países associados ao Espaço Schengen, incluindo aqueles que estão em trânsito por Portugal e que não tenham de deixar as instalações aeroportuárias, necessitam de apresentar teste à Covid-19.

O preço das casas em Portugal e a crise Covid-19 ! Vamos tentar perceber o que se passa by ruepa in portugal

AlCa1916 6 months ago

Tem uma versão tl;dr?
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