Moving to Brazil

Moving your items to Brazil

Are you going to emigrate to Brazil? Transpack is specialised in international removals of belongings and your entire household to various locations in Brazil. You can move from Amsterdam to Rio Janeiro for as little as €1190.

Calculate the  costs online without any obligation and get a tailor-made quotation for your move to Brazil.

Brazil in a nut shell

Brazilië vlag - Transpack

Capital Brasilia
Population 204 million
Currency Reaal
Official languages
Portugees

Moving to Brazil

Moving to Brazil can be done in many different ways. The country is of course so big that there are several transport options available. However, you should do your research very well together with a Transpack employee, because Brazil is not the cheapest country to send a container to and many rules apply!

The costs of moving to Brazil

Due to the immense distances in the country, the costs can be much higher than for removals to other countries. On top of that, port and customs fees in Brazil are extremely high. For small shipments, it is often recommended to look at air freight, because the costs can be a bit lower. Transpack will look with you for the best possible price based on your preferences.

 

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Amsterdam Rio de Janeiro
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How long will it take for my belongings to get to Brazil?

Giving an estimate for removals to Brazil is difficult due to the rapidly changing speed of customs in the country. Once a shipment arrives in Brazil it can sometimes take 4 days to clear customs, but it can also easily take 3 weeks. For air freight, the shipment is in Brazil within 1 to 2 weeks after which we are dependent on customs. The delivery after release from customs is generally completed in a week. For sea freight, the average shipping time is 3 to 5 weeks excluding customs and delivery.

Tips for emigrating to Brazil?

Moving to Brazil is a new and exciting chapter in your life. This immense country has a variety of nature. The cities of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are popular places to move to. Before you can enjoy the Copacabana in Rio de Janeiro, there are a few important steps to take and we are here to help you.

Do I need a visa for Brazil?

To find out what documents are required to immigrate to Brazil, we recommend that you contact the consulate or embassy of your country. These are useful websites with information on what documents are required to immigrate to Brazil: Brazil Visa informationandrequirements, Brazil E Visa onlineapplication Fragomen:BrazilImmigrationServices Summary .Our relocation specialists at Eurohome can also help you complete your visa application.

What do you take with you when you emigrate to Brazil?

To help you prepare for your trip, we have put together some tips for you. Make sure that documents, keys, medicines, jewellery and other important items are not sent in your shipment. You should always take these items with you personally.

 

Clothing

 

Bring appropriate clothing to Brazil. Summers can get hot in both Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Winters in São Paulo can also be chilly. Casual clothing is worn during social events. In a business environment, appropriate clothing is worn, but it is less conservative than in New York or London business environments.
Travel plug
The electricity voltage in Brazil is about 100-127 volts, 220-240 volts and the frequency is 50-60 Hertz. You will need a world adapter plug if you are taking electrical appliances with you.
Medicines Check whether your medication is available in Brazil and the maximum amount you are allowed to take with you. Also check if you need a medical certificate to bring medication on your trip.
Documents Carry important documents such as passport, visa documents etc. in your hand luggage – make copies too
Persoonlijke spullen Think of your favourite toiletries, things that remind you of home and other things you can’t afford to be without.
Tip: pack a spare set of clothes in your hand luggage in case your checked luggage is delayed or lost..

If you have any questions about moving to Brazil, please feel free to contact us.