Travelettes » » A Complete and Honest Guide to Getting a Portuguese Visa (Part Duas)

As I typed the words “how to get a visa” I had to laugh at how straightforward the title sounds, and how opposite the actual process is. But here we are. We’ve arrived at part two of my journey towards a legal life in Europe. Portugal is my chosen destination, and a freelancer’s visa is my golden ticket. At least I thought so…

In all honesty, I’m not sure if this is needed to obtain a visa. But I was in a bind to buy a car (a scooter wasn’t cutting it anymore) and in order to buy a car, I needed a Portuguese bank account. Also, I doubt snagging another connection to your desired country can hurt, so I’m happily considering the bank account as a part of the process. And luckily, it was pretty straightforward once I’d gotten my NIF and my Atestado de Residencia (proof that I live where I said I lived). I chose Millennium for my bank account, simply because there’s one located in my town, I see their ads, they have nice colors, and uh… that’s about…

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