Portugal forms part of the European Union (EU), and thanks to this, its Residency Program offers access to work, living and travelling in Europe, in addition to making the most of the country’s top healthcare, education and consumer rights.
In addition to its EU membership, Portugal is also a member of the United Nations, OECD, NATO, Schengen Area and WTO.
The Portugal Residency Program is a legal naturalisation program based on the law that invites foreign investors from non-EU countries to obtain a valid residency permit in Portugal.
Portugal has a GDP per capita of USD 19,813 and a total GDP of USD 204.6 billion. Furthermore, Portugal also boasts 6 international airports with flights connecting you to all the major airports around the globe.
When it comes to climate, Portugal enjoys warm Mediterranean climate, with a mild wet season in winter. When it comes to trade, Portugal mainly trades with the EU, the US, Asia and Canada, but especially South America and Africa due to the country’s connections to its former colonies.