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  1. 210. Living In Brazil as an Expat + Residency, Investment & Citizenship Options Nicole Vilaca 38:03

Emile shares his experience of living in Brazil and obtaining residency and citizenship. He discusses the various options for relocating to Brazil, including through family ties or investment.

He also explains the concept of flag theory and how Brazil can fit into a long-term tax strategy. He also shares the importance of banking in Brazil and the challenges of opening a bank account as a non-resident.

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Sitting in my first ever office job at 21 years old, I knew I couldn't do that for the rest of my life. But what could I do? Well, I wasn't too sure, so in order to find out, I left my home country of Canada at 23 years old to explore the unknown. I moved to China, and after falling in love with China and living there for four years, I knew it was my time to move on.

I spent time finding and following my passions, which lead me to creating a digital marketing business, implementing dynamic marketing and strategies for clients around the globe.

But of course, I had to follow my other passion as well... my love of travel and helping others create a life they are obsessed with (what I like to call lifestyle design). Now, I create content on social, my podcast, and blog, helping others who feel in the same situation I did years back... knowing there is so much more to life, but unsure how to find it.

Come along for the ride, grab a drink, and let's discover together.

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