Brazil CPF for Foreigners and Digital Nomads

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The CPF (Cadastro de Pessoa Física) is a document that allows residents to register with the Federal Revenue and become registered tax payers in Brazil, allowing you to open an account at the Bank, have access to a cell phone chip, etc.

Caroline and her team of accredited lawyers can help foreigners in Brazil who need to obtain a CPF. Talk to her now to ask any questions before hiring a full service.

Included in this service

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Apply to the Federal Police

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Analyze and check documents

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Accompany the foreigner in the government agency to seek the document

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.

Brazilian CPF application

$50 - $200

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Janell star5 · Jan 2023

Excellent service from beginning to end! They were very informed and a pleasure to work with, the process was easy and I would recommend them to anybody looking for visa support in Brazil.

Matthew star5 · Nov 2022

The service was amazing very smooth and Caroline went above and over.

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • Consultations call can be rescheduled but will not be refunded.
    All Governments do not refund any application fees, so they are not refundable

  • CPF stands for Cadastro de Pessoas Físicas (Natural Persons Register).

  • Yes, this is one of the main reasons why foreigners get CPF in Brazil.

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