July 31, 2020 - Comments Off on EDGE WEBINAR | Applying for the Non-Habitual Residency programme in Portugal’s Clean&Safe environment
Tuesday 4 th August 2020, 11am
After a series of successful Webinars, we are very pleased to announce the next in our Webinar series: “Applying for the Non-Habitual Residency programme in Portugal’s Clean&Safe environment”, in partnership with the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce in UK, which will take place on Tuesday 4th August 2020, at 11am (UK Time), via Zoom.
Are you wondering how to plan your move to Portugal and what you need to plan for? This webinar will contain all the answers you need on the Non-Habitual Residency Programme (NHR), one of the most efficient tax programmes available, and how Portugal’s lifestyle has attracted a diversity of individuals to Portugal. Forbes puts Portugal at the top of the list of countries to live and retire overseas post COVID-19, especially due to important factors like the country’s healthcare system, healthy living, language, long-lasting sunshine and safety, being ranked by Global Peace Index as one of the top 3 safest countries in the world for 2020.
If you wish to find out more about why Portugal continues trending as a Clean&Safe country to live and invest, especially through NHR and Golden Visa Programmes, and what might or might not change after Brexit, don’t miss this opportunity. Join us and hear all about real-life experiences regarding NHR Programmes and application process, and how Portugal continues to be a highly attractive country with government services that adapt as quickly and innovatively as possible to this #PostCovidWorld, with measures like the Clean&Safe campaign, and the Portuguese Health Passport.
Register here, and take the chance to hear from one of our Senior Partners, Geoffrey Graham, introduced by Christina Hippisley, General Manager at the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce in the UK.
We also encourage participants to send their questions prior to the webinar to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday, 4th August 2020, 11am (UK Time)