Why Portugal
"Wet or fine, the air of Portugal has a natural happiness in it (...)"
- H.G. Wells
Here are some more key features to strenghten your choice

Portugal has an excellent National Health system with a growing GDP rate and is ranked number one as world’s friendliest countries by Forbes. The number of foreign tourists visiting Portugal rose by 12 per cent in 2017 to exceed 12 million for the first time.
#0 KOF INDEX OF GLOBALIZATION (2018) Index for global connectivity, integration and interdependence in economic, social, technological, cultural, political and ecological spheres.
#0 GPI (GLOBAL PEACE INDEX 2018) Rating Portugal for the level of external and international safety.
#0 WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION RANKING For overall level of health in the population, responsiveness and financing within the health system.
#0 UNESCO (2013) Chart relating to the number of World Heritage Sites that UNESCO have recognized in Portugal.
#0 FORBES Forbes ranked Portugal the friendliest country in the world.

The Portuguese investment tax code (“PIT”) established a special tax regime for non-habitual residents, that qualify as residents for tax purposes in Portugal: the Non-Habitual Resident regime(“NHR”). This regime, amongst many other things, aims to attract qualified foreigners and expatriates to perform high added-value activities, as well as individual investments.
The NHR Status allows foreign individuals to benefit from a 10-year trax free window, as long as they have not been taxed as residents in Portugal in the previous 5 years.
This excludes those who (i) have been living in Portugal for more than 183 days in Portugal in any period of 12 months; (ii) may have spent enough time in Portugal that may be deemed resident; (iii) be involved in representing Portugal abroad for the Portuguese State. After qualifying for the NHR regime, the recognition of this status is not done in an automatic form and requires those interested to first apply for a Portuguese tax number and register as a tax resident in Portugal.
Golden Visas date back to the early 1980s and have been facilitating visa-free travel for those who qualify.

Portugal’s Golden Visa was introduced during the great recession period, with the hope that it would attract investors into the country’s market. By 2016, 2,788* Golden Visas were issued.

*Eurostat 2016
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