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90,000 citizenship applications in the first six months of 2019Portugal received 90,274 nationality requests in the first half of 2019, based on data provided by the Ministry of Justice, an increase of 86,826 as compared to the previous year...Read more
Brexit: additional Portuguese contingency measuresThe Council of Ministers has approved a diploma establishing a transition period for UK nationals to register for Residency Permits in Portugal in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Rather...Read more
Affordable Leasing Programme: an initial reviewWith the launch of the Affordable Leasing Programme (“Programa de Arrendamento Acessível”) in mid-2019, the housing indicative intends to streamline the long‑term rental market by increasing the supply of homes...Read more
Wealthy foreigners choosing the AlentejoMany French, English and Americans are looking to settle far from the mainstream. For these affluent migrants, the Alentejo is the new eldorado. As a small, diverse country, numerous factors...Read more
50,000 luxury properties to pay AIMIThere are almost 50,000 more houses paying Additional IMI in 2019, the tax on properties with a fiscal value exceeding €600,000. Last year, the number of homes covered by AIMI...Read more
Tax dispute resolution to follow EU directiveSettling cross-border tax conflicts within the European Union will follow new guidelines that entered into legislation as of 01 July as announced by the EU Commission. According to a recent ...Read more
Non-habitual residents register 26% increase in 6 monthsDespite an inauspicious start in 2009, the “NHR” programme has gained relevance, attracting thousands EU “tax refugees” to Portugal. Since 2014, new applicants have increased by 1400%. Between September of...Read more
Upcoming rule changes to raise IMI in 2020The “AT” (Tax Authority) has revealed plans to review the Location Coefficient (“CL”) of immovable properties by the end of August. The new localisation factor will be approved by the...Read more
Portugal collects €167 million from Golden Visa feesOver the past seven years, the state has brought in more than 167 million Euros with the issuance and renewal of Golden Visas. The fees charged by “SEF” (“Serviço de...Read more

The EU has broadened its blacklist of tax havens, adding 10 new jurisdictions; Aruba, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Fiji, the Marshall Islands, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Vanuatu and Dominica. They join Samoa, Trinidad and Tobago, and three U.S. territories of American Samoa, Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands which were already listed. The European Commission created its blacklist in December 2017 after revelations of widespread tax evasion schemes (“Panama Papers”) used by corporations and high net worth individuals to reduce their tax liabilities. Listed jurisdictions face enhanced financial scrutiny but as yet no sanctions.