• Brazil

    Expat guide to living and working in Brazil

    Brazil is recognized as one the of the world's emerging markets which has resulted in an increased number of expats choosing the South American country as their adopted country.

    Healthcare is adequate, however the medical care received under their state system Sistema Unico de Saude (SUS) may not be comparable to North American or European standards.

    However, if you're an expat in Brazil, access to these facilities may not be available to you dependent on your tax and residency situation and if you contribute to the SUS. Even if you do have access, you will still be faced with any waiting periods and dealing with the doctors and staff in Portuguese.

    AXA PPP International takes the care of its members very seriously and our expatriate health insurance offers expats in Brazil the choice to receive your treatment there or in your country of nationality.

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Expat social life in Brazil

Like any new country, Brazil has its own cultural idiosyncrasies.

Preparing for Brazil

As one of the largest and most culturally diverse countries on earth, Brazil holds a unique pull for expats.

Managing money in Brazil

Adapting to the currency and banking system in Brazil may take a bit of getting used to.

Choosing accommodation in Brazil

Choosing a home in Brazil is a big decision that may take longer than you think.

Expat guide to choosing a school in Brazil

If you are moving to Brazil with young children, finding an appropriate school is an important step.

Brazil's culture and customs for expats

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