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[Sticky] Assistance with Visa, Residency, Fiscal, NHR, Schools, Driver’s Licence, etc. etc. etc

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We are delighted to announce our new association with Ei Assessoria Migratória based in Lisbon.

Ei provide a complete range of services for those people looking to reside in Portugal whether from within the EU or from outside the EU. These include:

  • Own Income Visa – resident visa that allows the applicant to stay for up to 4 months and enable sufficient time to take care of all requirements to apply for full residency.
  • Migration Services – obtaining NIF and Fiscal Representation in Portugal.
  • Assistance with Residency Permit.
  • Assistance with Family Reunification.
  • Non-Habitual Residency Fiscal Status.
  • Sponsorship Letter – if you cannot secure a rental agreement before the visa request.
  • Enrollment in Schools.
  • Driver’s Licence Exchange.

In general, all the pre-departure arrangements, visas, documentations, bank accounts, transportation, health services and schools. All you need to live in Portugal. Ei take care of everything from day one.

If you would like to discuss your specific requirements and obtain details of the fees, please contact vanda.mello@eimigrante.pt

Don't forget, there is a 10% discount on the fees for our Premium Members.

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somewhat disappointed with first contact of Ei Assessoria Migratória, after asking a simple general question they were not interested in answering it unless i paid a EURO123 consultation fee? a bit meanspirited imo and i will possibly be looking for another company that can do the job when the time comes

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 Dann
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@george8888 Yes, sounds like "milking the customer" to me!

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My wife has our first paid consult in a few days I hope it goes better.

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@jgibsonhi, im sure it will go ok, as many here have used that company successfully, i will probably use it anyways but found that they could not answer just 1 pertinent question without being paid for it petty? it was not the E123 fee, it was the tude that mattered! good luck there with it all Mr & Mrs Gibson!

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 Dann
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@george8888 I just want to know ei's fee structure, but I'm not paying a "consultation fee" just for that. You're right, it's the attitude!

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We HIGHLY recommend working with EI!. Our D7 visa application - once submitted to VFS in DC, only took 3 hours (not the stated 3-5 days) for them to approve and forward it to the Portuguese consulate. Once there we were told in the email it takes a MINIMUM of 60 days. EI! was confident it would only take 5-8 weeks. JUST 33 DAYS later, we received our approval!

It began with a wonderful meet and greet zoom session with Gilda. Followed by Cristina guiding, answering questions and preparing the final packet for us to send. There are a lot of tricky, not intuitive steps - especially for those from the US. It would have been such a huge pain trying to figure this all out without their expert guidance. 

THANK YOU EXPATS PORTUGAL for introducing us to EI! and all the wonderfully helpful and resourceful people on the EP team and forum. We greatly look forward to learning, sharing and giving back to this community.

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Good morning, great news for you! Did you request a baggage certificate? How long after you received the visa did to take to get the baggage certificate? We went to DC VSA Global also. 

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@gerry

Hoping I can get some help from your many sources. 

I had my SEF meeting in July in Lisboa. Rodolfo Pellicano represented me and it was a breeze.

However, the card was returned to SEF as undeliverable. Unknown reason because they have my current address.

Renata at Ei! tried to pick it up in Lisboa with my Power of Attorney, only to be told that it is at the Porto SEF office and I should go between 10 am and noon to pick it up. When I arrived, I was told I must have an appointment. 

I was given 2 phone numbers and an email address. The phone numbers go unanswered and there have been no answer to numerous emails from Renata and me.

Does anybody have any idea how I can get my residency card or get an replacement card?

Thank you!

 

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