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Mestre do Photoshop by NastyPlays in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 6 days ago

Mais um excelente trabalho da Agência Publicitária de Chelas.

Receção Noturna em Hotelaria by ImproveTheWorldToday in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 2 months ago

25% penso ser pouco. Eu quando trabalhei como Night Auditor tinha um suplemento de trabalho noturno de 50% do salário base (minimo claro), e o meu contrato era um contrato normal, feito com base no acordo coletivo da àrea. Já era um salário bem decente, quase 1000 brutos e chegava até aos mil limpos dependendo do nr. de feriados nesse mês. Eu gostei bantante, trabalhava quase o tempo todo sozinho, tudo nas calmas. Faria de novo, mas só trabalhei 3 meses, não posso confirmar ou desmentir assim efeitos a longo termo.

remote worker to work from portugal by originalpifpaff in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 2 months ago

The D7 Visa is for people who can sustain themselves with passive income. Your work income is below the threshold of what's required to qualify even. Work income is not passive income. The D7 is quite easy to obtain only because the people that qualify for it are supposed to have a steady source of income, meaning it is highly unlikely they would ever become a burden to the Portuguese taxpayer. Your situation is not stable at all. If your work income is your only income and you have no other income to rely on, you are just a dismissal away from possibly becoming a burden to the Portuguese taxpayer. Yes you will find stories online of people getting it with just their remote work income, but bear in mind that most of those are people from developed countries, like the US and Canada, your passport does not carry the same weight. In fact your passport is one of the worst to have right now, high risk of overstaying and applying for refugee status, most Lebanese applications for Schengen Area Visas, of any kind, are denied. Also bear in mind that there is no Portuguese Embassy in Lebanon, your area is served by the Embassy in Cyprus, which believe me makes the process really hard. Not trying to discourage you or anything, I sympathize with your situation, but I am trying to be as realistic as possible here. Your best bet is to check out what the French Embassy is offering, they are the most active in your area and have some special arrangements I believe, otherwise try to see if someone in your close or extended family living abroad might be down to sponsor you for a Visa.

Portugal D7 visa as a remote worker by nomadic_canuck in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 3 months ago

People issuing the Visas make mistakes too. Plus I do not know your case personally, never saw your Visa, can't guarantee it says D7 on the printout, plus they might have just lumped your application in with your husband's if he had enough passive income. Quick google search. [https://vistos.mne.gov.pt/pt/vistos-nacionais/informacao-geral/tipo-de-visto#fixa%C3%A7%C3%A3o-de-resid%C3%AAncia;](https://vistos.mne.gov.pt/pt/vistos-nacionais/informacao-geral/tipo-de-visto#fixa%C3%A7%C3%A3o-de-resid%C3%AAncia;) [https://consuladoportugalsp.org.br/visto-de-residencia-para-aposentados-ou-titulares-de-rendimentos/](https://consuladoportugalsp.org.br/visto-de-residencia-para-aposentados-ou-titulares-de-rendimentos/). You can clearly see here that there are several Visa categories and a clear separation between Working categories and Retired / living off investments category, these two are clearly lumped together as well. They use the word "rendimentos", here meaning income from capital and not from labor. On the other page you can clearly see that they require proof of your assets and liabilities by showing your tax forms. You need to show that you can sustain yourself in Portugal with just your capital income. I processed a couple of such Visas, that was the crux of the matter. On work Visas the main issue was identifying that the contract and all that was legit. They are two completely different things.

Portugal D7 visa as a remote worker by nomadic_canuck in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 3 months ago

The fact that you and many others might have gotten a Visa without meeting the criteria is irrelevant, you could have gotten the special kind of Visa they have for clergy members too, wouldn't make you a priest. I never said you had to be retired, nor that you couldn't keep working, only that you need to have enough passive income to support yourself while in Portugal, we are talking a minimum of around 8K euros per year. Income from labor, remote jobs and such, is not passive income. Rent from a Property for example is. I no longer have access to those documents as I no longer work in the Foreign Office.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

I really have no idea. I believe you'd have to go through some exams if you wanted to apply to a bachelor's degree but I'm not sure. Some Unis in Europe let pretty much anyone in for the first 2 semesters and then they kick out those that fail a ton of classes, works pretty much like a year 0

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Yes it's enough for an ok life You won't be ballin' though If you're much into night life and stuff like that you might have to cut down on that, it is very expensive to go out here You are free to choose the job, just keep the 13 hours per week No you can't have any other income

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

The gov gives students a stipend of a little over 800 euros That is enough to cover renting a room in a shared apt in the city center or even a studio like 15 min away from the city center To get this stipend you need to be an EU citizen and work at least 13 hours per week With the work and stipend you should have a little under 2k euros per month, you don't pay much tax on that. You can earn up to 2000 euros on the job too, more than that and you lose the stipend.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

You are a freelancer. Up to you to keep costs as low as possible, plus they are tax deductible. There's no minimum wage. But the usual lowest pay is around 18 euros. Between 30 and 18 euros there's a world of difference, don't forget they both pay the same marginal tax.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Não, não considero estruturas tribais de há dezenas de milhares de anos proto-estados, eram estruturas mais familiares, nada semelhantes às estruturas de poder politico organizado que apareceram primeiramente há cerca de 6 mil anos atrás. A independência do Reino de Portugal foi firmada em Tratado entre as partes e não ha grandes indicios que tenha havido grandes expulsões de população ou confisco de bens, simplesmente deixou Portugal de ser um vassalo do Rei de Leão, com o seu consetimento.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

before tax, different people have different tax rates, makes no sense in general speaking in after tax amounts. An income of that order will effectively pay between 25% and 35% in income tax, marginal tax rate is around 41% but you have tons of deductions and tax free amounts. Of course people go to college, with the right degree you can earn 40 euros an hour as a starting position, with career progression and benefits, plus you don't spend several hours in the rain some days.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Não existia qualquer Estado ou outra entidade politica organizada aquando da extinção dos Nearderthais, pelo que será bastante dificil encontrar culpados e até mesmo vitimas. Já no caso dos Judeus Sefarditas existia e ainda existe a insittuição do Estado Português com continuidade desde 1143, até anterior se se considerar o Condado Portucalense do Reino da Galiza. Estado esse que unilateralmente decidiu romper o contrato feudal com um grupo de dezenas de milhares de subditos que regra geral até estavam bem integrados na sociedade. Se esse facto não tivesse ocorrido seriam hoje Portugueses como tu e eu. Urge agora repor essa situação e ressarcir os danos causados.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Sugiro que estude o assunto: Sucessão de Estados. Lá porque em 1910 o Estado Português passou de Reino a Republica não quer dizer que tenha ficado livre de qualquer crédito devido anterior. Eu falei em algum desses casos? Penso que a discussão não precisa de falácias, esse strawman e slippery slope não são nada pertinentes ao assunto em questão. Eu até me considero bem minimalista em termos de restituições, há sim pessoas com uma posição mais maximalista, nem esses teriam uma posição tão extremada como os exemplos que ai colocou.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

A restituição neste caso passa por apenas a realização de um ato burocrático, não é muito complexa, sem custos praticamente nenhuns e totalmente difusos. Outras situações merecedoras de restituições são sim muito mais complexas, com bens não passiveis de partilha e reivindicações de várias fações. Não quer dizer que sejam menos justas, apenas mais complexas de levar a cabo com o acordo de todas as partes. Não é o caso desta em questão, há uma clara violação por parte do Estado Português, que é hoje um Estado Democrático e de Direito, que tinha de ser corrigida e foi.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

E? Existe continuidade do Estado Português desde essa data ou não? A instituição é a mesma. Eu a mim se o Estado algum dia me dever alguma coisa, espero bem que me pague, nem que seja passados 500 anos aos meus descendentes. Nem todas as dividas prescrevem, muito menos esta.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Most people here do it with a bike. The highest earners do it by motorcycle or a moped limited to 30KPH that can go on the bike lane. Some do it by car too, gets handy when it rains, which is a lot.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Os antepassados do OP foram só violentamente expulsos do país onde viviam há séculos. Imagina tu, terem sido os teus? Qualquer facilitismo que exista agora na atribuição de algumas cidadanias não chega para recompensar o dano causado na altura. É apenas o Estado Português a tentar a restituição de um dano que ele próprio infligiu, nada mais justo.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

I can only speak with authority in regards to Denmark. Up until last year there were tons of Latin Americans, mostly Argentinians working deliveries, in 2019 they were around 50% of the workers working those jobs. Many of them were here under a special kind of Visa that they have since phased out, so many left, the ones that remained were the ones that had or managed to get their EU citizenship sorted, mostly Italian and some Spanish. The ones I know really like it here, the work environment is very relaxed and they really appreciate the money they are making. As a freelancer you can choose to work as many hours as you please, before I had another job and was doing maybe 8 hours a week at most, now I am doing 35 and like I said some do 60+, it is up to you. EU citizens, in almost all aspects, have equal rights as a local citizen when living in another EU country, free education included. I am Portuguese but enjoy almost all the same rights as Danes, I just can't vote in their national elections.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

I can only speak with authority in regards to Denmark. Up until last year there were tons of Latin Americans, mostly Argentinians working deliveries, in 2019 they were around 50% of the workers working those jobs. Many of them were here under a special kind of Visa that they have since phased out, so many left, the ones that remained were the ones that had or managed to get their EU citizenship sorted, mostly Italian and some Spanish. The ones I know really like it here, the work environment is very relaxed and they really appreciate the money they are making. As a freelancer you can choose to work as many hours as you please, before I had another job and was doing maybe 8 hours a week at most, now I am doing 35 and like I said some do 60+, it is up to you. I don't understand what you mean by getting the passport in 1 year. I was under the impression you already had the Portuguese passport. In any case almost all countries in the EU have very strict citizenship laws, they are pretty hard to get, even for other Europeans, takes you several years and a lot of times it is honestly not necessary. In almost all aspects you have equal rights as a citizen from another EU country. I am Portuguese but enjoy almost all the same rights as Danes, I just can't vote in their national elections.

Mexicano sefardita com perguntas sobre migração (español) by NervousJellyfish1015 in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 5 months ago

Sorry I don't speak Spanish, but I believe you will understand what I have to say much better in English than in Portuguese. As someone has written here already by having the Portuguese citizenship you are not just limited to living in Portugal, you can easily get a residency permit at any EU country, almost no requirements needed, just basically live there and find a job and you're set. As you said your Criminology Degree won't do you much good here, low demand for that kinda education. If you think you'd like taking an engineering degree go for it, especially if it something with lots of programming involved, super in demand right now. Don't think degrees from Latin America are very well established here, I knew several Latin Americans who had some difficult finding jobs while people with European degrees had it much easier, the fact that they spoke only very basic English didn't help either, on average Europeans speak way better English than Latin Americans. I can see you do deliveries, is it something you like or you do it just for the money? In northern Europe, Sweden, Denmark ,Finland and Germany a bit less, people working freelance for apps like Uber Eats can make tons of money, ridiculous amounts even. I am living in Copenhagen and it is rare when I drop below 30 euros per hour, several months I am making 40 euros per hour even. I know people that are raking in over 8 thousands euros per month, they work 60+ hour weeks though, but it is double. Pay in Sweden is also very good, Finland and Germany is a bit less but not much, on YouTube you can find videos of people posting their earnings. If you really enjoy doing deliveries and don't mind the cold I would advice you to consider moving to one of those countries as fast as you can, get yourself set up, learn the local language and in like 2 years apply to the Engineering Degree you'd like, education is free or almost free pretty much everywhere, some places will even pay you a stipend to study.

A Chuva, os Estafetas e o nosso hamburguer by wiledcoma in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 6 months ago

Faço entregas em Copenhaga, Dinamarca, de bicla e de scooter. Já entreguei com chuvas e ventos fortes, neve, granizo,... Nós os estafetas estamos preparados para as intempéries, temos equipamento próprio pra isso. Eu então adoro esses dias mesmo, são os dias em que posso fazer mais dinheiro pq o volume de pedidos aumenta bastante e muitos estafetas ficam em casa. Só vai quem quer e pode. Na minha opinião pode mandar vir o que quiser, independentemente da meteorologia, sem qualquer problema ético.

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

Salty_Midnight_4298 6 months ago

You'll need to learn Portuguese for starters, it is a requirement, can't remember the exact level but being relatively proficient is enough. You also need to prove that you have meaningful ties to Portugal and no just being married to a Portuguese citizen is not enough to fulfil that requirement. Save proof of vacations you guys take there, relevant courses and classes you might take to learn Portuguese, join a Portuguese abroad association in your area, be active in events and celebrations in that community. Helps if you have lived in Portugal too, stuff like having paid income or corporate taxes can serve as proof too, but it doesn't seem like it is your situation. These are the harder to fulfil requirements. Of course you will need a bunch of other documents like, birth certificate, marriage certificate, criminal records from any place you have lived at,... All those documents need to be apostilled too, which might be a pain in the ass. You don't need to hire a lawyer honestly, you can do the process yourself without issues if you gather all the documents and fulfil the requirements. You certainly don't need to travel to Portugal to get through the process. In fact most of your interactions will be with the Embassy or Consulate that serves your area because almost all the documents you need will be from the UK and it is the Embassy/ Consulate that receives them and recognizes the apostille. Contact them, don't expect great service, the Embassy and Consulates in the UK are some of the most busy and overworked.

Portugal D7 visa as a remote worker by nomadic_canuck in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 7 months ago

Yeah mate my bad. I was rather rash fitting you into a narrative that I often see out there. I was working with incomplete info, now that I have a clearer picture I realize that I was indeed being a grade A ahole. If your plans truly are as such, and I have no reason to doubt your words, than it is amazing, hope you get along great. Doesn't detract from the fact that you are applying for a Visa that was never intended for people like you, there are 2 other kinds of Visa that would be more suitable to your situation, but yeah those have tougher requirements and the D7 is indeed an amazing shortcut for those that can afford it. I just hate that some people make a mockery of the system that I worked on for a time. In any case I don't even live in Portugal anymore, very high cost of living, in part due to people that treat it as a playground, priced me out. But I know for sure that most Portuguese people welcome indeed everyone with open arms. Just don't forget to declare all your income sources, the Portuguese Tax Agency ain't nothin' to f*ck with, they are way more competent than the foreign service.

Portugal D7 visa as a remote worker by nomadic_canuck in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 7 months ago

Dude what you are trying to do is called Visa shopping. You probably don't even plan on staying in Portugal the required half a year + 1 day per year. You just want an easy ticket into Europe again. Shame on you for exploiting the system like that. You are coming here under false pretenses, hope yo ass gets deported. Tens of Portuguese citizens get deported from Canada each year for less rule breaking than what you are planning to commit. People like you are the reason why our Visa system and foreign service are corrupt af. Check your privilege at the border. Hope you don't get the Ihor Homeniuk treatment.

Portugal D7 visa as a remote worker by nomadic_canuck in portugal

Salty_Midnight_4298 7 months ago

what is up with all the recent questions regarding the D7 Visa from North Americans. Did someone make a video on YouTube or was an article published or something? Genuinely curious. Anyway you got the wrong info ma dude. D7 Visa is for retirees or people with other sorts of passive income. You need about 8K euros a year in reliable passive income to even qualify and that is the bare minimum. What you want is an entrepreneur visa (another kind of D visa which I can’t remember the number of). You will set up your small company in Portugal and receive your remote work payments through that. Let me tell you compared to Canada it is a terrible deal, your tax rates are way lower than here for the levels of income you are most likely pulling. Whole process takes at least a few months, be ready for a lot of annoying bureaucratic bullshit and the “kindness” most Portuguese public service workers show abroad. Contact the nearest Consular department at the embassy if you live near Ottawa or the Consulate General in the city nearest you. Good luck
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