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Cape Verde Information

Some useful information for Expats and Investors in Cape Verde

Visa - foreigners living in Cape Verde

Cheryl Thomas - Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Non-Cape Verde nationals (foreigners) living in Cape Verde are, as of November 2014, being informed that they cannot re-apply for the 12 month residencia visa that many of us had previously. If you have already had a certain amount of those Residencia visa's (4 or more of them) you can now only apply for Cape Verdean RESIDENCY.

The last person to apply (of English nationality) had completed the process and paperwork for re-applying for her 12 month (residencia) visa, and upon completion of the process was given a 6 month visa and was informed that application for Cape Verdean RESIDENCY is now obligatory.

She is however very happy :)   More



Visa - Residency or Multi Entry

Cheryl Thomas - Saturday, October 25, 2014

We are now looking at other visa options - by Y. & D. Hamilton  More



Making a Will in Cape Verde

Cheryl Thomas - Monday, September 15, 2014
Example 1: Making a Will in CV - Experience of one investor on Sal - by S.B.

As I own a property in CV, I was advised to make a 'Will' in Cape Verde. I have made a Will in the UK, all very simple, a quick visit to a Solicitor, read it, sign it, job done, and at a reasonable cost of around £40. Not so straightforward or cheap in CV. My Will had to be translated into Portuguese and sent to the Notary in Espargos. Then myself and 3 witnesses had to go to the Notary with my passport, where the contents of my will had been handwritten in a Book of Wills, which had to be translated and read back to me, then I and the 3 witnesses had to sign the official book. All for a cost of 400 Euros. Expensive, but worth doing for peace of mind.  More


Pagali - Online Payment System

Cheryl Thomas - Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Pay all your bills in one place with Pagali - by Philip

The new Pagali Payment system has recently been introduced in Cape Verde. Those that haven't as yet set themselves up to use the new system may find the following information helpful. How to open a Pagali account, associated your first service & pay a bill:   More


Cape Verde Embassy in Lisbon - Visa

Cheryl Thomas - Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Cape Verdean Embassy in Lisbon, Portugal - By A.Willis   More




 

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