Bureaucracy, Legal & Tax
Register as a Non-habitual Resident in Portugal
Deadline 31st of March 2021

If you have not been considered resident in Portugal for the last five years, until the 31st of March 2021 it is still possible to apply for the Portuguese Special Tax Regime, The Non-Habitual Resident status.

Non-Habitual Resident regime (NHR) is a tax regime designed to attract specialized and high-net-worth individuals to Portugal, which allows, under certain conditions, for an exemption on foreign income and reduced taxation on Portuguese income from employment and/or services. ...

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Portugal has an excellent National Health System, a growing GDP rate and is ranked number one in the world’s friendliest countries by Forbes. The number of foreign tourists visiting Portugal rose by 12 per cent in 2017, exceeding 12 million for the first time. Some additional interesting facts you should know about this incredible and attractive country:
KOF Globalisation Index ranking (2018)
Index for global connectivity, integration and interdependence in economic, social, technological, cultural, political and ecological spheres.
GPI (Global Peace Index 2019)
Rating Portugal for the level of external and international safety.
World Health Organization
Ranking, for overall level of health in the population, responsiveness and financing within the health system.
UNESCO (2016)
Chart relating to the number of World Heritage Sites that UNESCO has recognised in Portugal.
Forbes ranked Portugal as the friendliest country in the world.