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    Good advisors for Portugese Golden Visa in HK?

    I'm looking at the Portugal Golden Visa as an option to regain EU citizenship. Never been to Portugal so it's all a bit of a mystery to me (and of course travel makes it harder). When I search online, a load of options pop up for people with offices in HK.. has anyone used one of these? Any personal experience? It would obviously be more convenient to use a HK advisor, but not if they are useless/expensive/give bad advice......


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    Your best and free advisor is probably @Edwardstorm who moved there in August 2019

    https://geoexpat.com/forum/414/thread353866.html


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    This company is run by westerners and has people based in HK and Portugal. Heard good reports ( but this was for Brits getting their residency before the deadline in Dec 2020, not specifically GV. They do contacts with banks, lawyers and judges estate agents in Portugal).

    https://www.gvplife.com/

    Last edited by drumbrake; 23-06-2021 at 12:30 PM.
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    You are doing many things through PoA, and with property investments worth hundreds of thousands of euros, you hopefully have a lawyer you can trust.


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    Changes on the way, 5D get your application started by year end:

    https://youtu.be/CXEhs1JLi4I


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    It really depends on what your ultimate goal is.

    There are other options besides the golden visa, the D7 visa is one that is particularly popular among non-EU citizens. In the following link (sorry @sri, not sure if I can link to another forum ;-0 ) there is an excellent, up to date, overview of the various visa options with a focus on the D7 visa.

    Mind you, it is specifically tailored for US citizens but obviously applies to all non EU folks.

    https://www.expatexchange.com/ctrygu...he-Paper-Trail

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    We don't want to necessarily live in Portugal now though, which I think D7 required.


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