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Portugal. Visa D6
(family reunion)

Visa for the next of kin of people living in Portugal.

Difficulty of obtaining
Simple
Attorney fees
from € 1 500
Features
Suitable for close relatives of people living in Portugal officially
Summary of the Portugal Family Reunification Visa D6 program
One of the Portuguese resident visas, according to which the closest family members of a Portuguese resident can live, study and work
in the country.

Who is eligible for the D6 visa

  • the spouse of a person who lives in Portugal;
  • "civil" spouses of people officially living in Portugal;
  • minor children, including adopted;
  • adult disabled children of a resident of Portugal;
  • children studying in the country and not officially married;
  • brothers/sisters of a Portuguese resident who have not reached the age of majority;
  • parents who are dependent on an adult resident of Portugal.

Portugal D6 visa requirements

  • completed and signed application form;
  • a valid international passport with a validity period of at least 6+ months;
  • criminal record certificate (or police certificate), except for persons under 16 years of age and family members of an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen;
  • residence permit card of the main applicant (relative living in Portugal);
  • taxpayer identification number;
  • certificate of absence of debts to the Portuguese state;
  • availability of a residential address;
  • medical insurance or card of the National Health Service of Portugal;
  • for spouses: marriage certificate;
  • for a cohabitant or a "civil" spouse with more than 2 years of cohabitation experience, a certificate of this status issued by an official state body;
  • for a child: a birth certificate, and if he is over 18 years old and unmarried, a certificate of marital status and confirmation of enrollment as a full-time student in a Portuguese educational institution;
  • for a dependent parent: birth certificate of the main applicant residing in Portugal (if the parent's age is less than 65 years — a certificate of absence of income issued by the tax authority of the country of origin).
Costs associated with a Portugal D3 visa
  • Visa processing - about €90
  • ​​Registration of a residence permit - €85
  • Payment for the services of immigration specialists - from 1500€
Terms of obtaining a Portugal D3 visa
  • Registration of the application - 60 days
  • The validity period of the visa is 4 months, during which it is necessary to issue a residence permit, the terms of which may vary depending on the situation.

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