Under the current over legislating scenario, we have been watching on a daily basis, Dispatch No. 3863-B / 2020, of March 27, 2020, was enforced, determining that competent authorities must manage all the appointments in a way that unequivocally guarantees the rights of all foreign citizens with pending files at SEF, under COVID 19 context.
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Dear English speaking readers, residents in Portugal, Please forgive me for not translating exactly what we wrote in Portuguese, but we are in a time-sensitive situation as to respond to all our business owners and employees clients. However, a very dear client of mine sent me this very useful information about the measures that […]
Dear all, Due to the declared pandemic situation and the speed at which the information has been circulating, here are some useful information, gathered from the official page of the Ministry of Justice, updated on 03/16/2020, about public services in Portugal under the tutelage of the Ministry of Justice, also available at the following address: […]
What to expect if you decide to move to Portugal and become resident for tax purposes – assuming you haven’t been so in the previous five years
You are a UK citizen residing in Portugal, or you wish to be sooner or later. What you should be doing right now in order to prevent losing rights. Updated accordingly to the new Citizenship Law.
You have probably noticed that many work contracts contain a clause that determines the worker’s usual place of work. Usually, the place of work is the headquarters or the offices or shop where the company carries out its activity. The Labor Code establishes as a general principle the guarantee of worker’s immobility. This guarantee prevents the […]