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We often find ourselves thinking about what it would be like to live in a country without worrying about having our cell phone stolen when answering a phone call on the street, or even without having to drive in a car with the windows closed, drop the children off at school and know that, on the way back, they will be safe and missing you. What would it be like to live in such a place?

Well, Portugal answers all these questions!

Our discoverers are the 4th safest country in the world, and the 2nd most peaceful in the European Union, according to the Global Peace Index – anyone who knows history knows that Portugal does not even have a warlike tradition – which makes it one of the best immigration destinations for foreigners fleeing crime, like us Brazilians.

This excellent performance in Portuguese security is due to high public investments in security, with large amounts allocated to the National Republican Guard, the Public Security Police, the Foreigners and Borders Service and the Judiciary Police. Arresting police, effective judiciary and ostensive supervision give this award to our Portuguese brothers.

The resident population and tourists in Portugal perceive this security in their daily lives, contrary to the scenes described at the beginning of this article – which we experience daily in the streets of any Brazilian metropolis.

By way of comparison, while Portugal is the 4th safest country in the world, Brazil ranks 126th.

And you, would you like to live without fear of leaving home? Get in touch with our team of experts and get ready to move to Portugal!


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