Nin Habitual Residency

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Geoff Simcox
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Nin Habitual Residency

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Hi,

Can any one advise me , please, whether it is still possible to obtain NHR in Portugal, without being tax resident. I have tried to get an appointment with SEF in Portimao, very frustratingly, without success so far.

If there is an idiots guide Website, I could visit, that would be magic.

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Re: Nin Habitual Residency

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Non Habitual Residency - not "Nin" !
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Plenty of information via google, where I've done a bit of research for my own info. Basically it will depend where the income is generated and if there is a double taxation arrangement with that country. That's earned income, pension income is taxed 10%.
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Geoff,

This is a complicated and ever changing situation.

Under the terms of the withdrawal agreement expats in Portugal were granted an extension to apply for residency.

SEF in Lisbon have a dedicated Brexit team who are extremely helpful and knowledgable.

Detail below...............

If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Brexit line through the number 21 711 50 45, available every working day from 08:00 a.m. to 08:00 p.m.
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Re: Nin Habitual Residency

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Thanks for the info
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