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      Val
      Hi we live in Marbella Spain and just love it.
      Why did you say Spain is not for you?
      I hope you have moved in and it is all gong ok now.
      Good Luck!

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      If is not possible to stay in Portugal for longer than 3 months if you're not an EU national, it doesn't matter how many grandparents you have from Portugal. You might be able to qualify for Portuguese nationality if you meet certain conditions, but you should investigate this from the US, and not try to do it in Portugal itself.
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      Hello,if I can offer some advice then I advise finding yourself a goodbroker when purchasing property abroad. I recommend First Rate FX,they are very reliable and they charge no fees. www.firstratefx.com

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      Hi guys, just wanted to introduce my self. i actually live in the UK but travel across Europe on monthly basis for work purposes. i help British expats over that side of the world with there UK Pensions. Please let me know if anyone needs advice on this topic. Happy to help.

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      Hey guys,
      If anyone is looking for a job in Portugal, the job board I am currently doing my internship at, has many job offers in Portugal for English speaking natives and if you know another language that's a plus. The service is so useful, it's completely free and provides loads of great job opportunities as we work with many great companies, such as Apple, Uber and many more! If you want to have a look visit our website: https://www.europelanguagejobs.com/c...mpaign=200ELJs
      If you have any questions contact me. Also you can check out our blogs at https://www.europelanguagejobs.com/blog to get advice on moving etc :)

     

     
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