D7 Portugal Visa Application Service - Passive Income

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The D7 Visa in Portugal is a type of residency visa that is granted to foreign nationals who earn a passive stable income (pensions, rents or interest from investments), rather than from a work contract. This visa is outlined in article 58, paragraph 1 of Law no. 23/2007 dated July 4, and specifically in article 24 (d) of Regulatory Decree no. 84/2007 dated November 5.

Contact us if you want to know more about our services. We can assist you in getting a D7 Visa.

Included in this service


Form Filling


Application Assistance


Tax Representation to obtain NIF


Assistance for Opening personal bank account


Request of Documents on behalf of the contractor by means of proxy


Assistance for Rental Contract


Assistance for application for Residence


Schedule SEF appointment


SEF appointment with our legal team assistance


Assistance for Portuguese Driver’s License


Assistance for SNS number

Pricing Breakdown

Price breakdown for all categories of services.

Consultation Call



$3000 - $4000

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • Consultation calls can be rescheduled but will not be refunded unless agreed.
    All governments do not refund any application fees, so these are not refundable.
    Ask your Expert about their full refund policy.

  • If you hold a D7 Visa, you can apply for a residence permit in Portugal that entitles you to various rights as a resident. These rights include access to education and schooling, the ability to work as an employee or self-employed professional, career guidance and vocational training, and access to the law and the courts. By obtaining a residence permit, D7 Visa holders can enjoy the same privileges and opportunities as any other resident in Portugal.

  • The holder of a D7 residence permit, to be able to renew it, should stay in Portugal for 6 consecutive months or 8 non-consecutive months.

  • We'll be with you for the whole process and your payment depends on your success so the payment breakdown is 40% to start (signing the contract), 20% when you get the Visa and the remaining 40% when you get the residence permit.


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