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Brasileiros come here
shroud | 
Argentina juanme555 
A few questions about Brasil be honest please (If you're leftist or petista don't bother commenting at all) 1) What is the average rent price in Rio Grande do Sul , Gramado or somewhere close to it. 2) What is the average salary in rio grande do sul. 3) What is the average rent price in Belo Horizonte (centro sul) 4) What is the average salary in Belo Horizonte? I can half-ass speak portuguese , seriously getting better at it , but i'll have to take a class to learn to type it properly.
2019-08-14 23:47
why would you downgrade? also google exists
2019-08-14 23:48
Brasil is seriously better than Argentina in the long run , has been for over 40 years , and right now more than ever. google only sent me to very unreliable and buggy websites clearly made for first world countries.
2019-08-14 23:49
why not try to move to NA
2019-08-14 23:50
Mexico is fucking disgusting , Canada would never take me in , U.S Would probably not take me in and i would never want to go there anyways.
2019-08-14 23:50
you're like the first person i've ever heard of that would choose brazil over US or canada
2019-08-14 23:51
I may choose Canada over Brasil , but Canada would NEVER take me in legally buddy , it's not about preference and i know a few things that you don't.
2019-08-14 23:52
well yea..i don't know your education so..it would be hard for me to know how valuable you are
2019-08-14 23:54
just highschool diploma , only had shitty 9 to 9 jobs.
2019-08-14 23:56
is college not free/cheap for everyone in argentina? or you are just graduating hs?
2019-08-14 23:57
i finished highschool in 2014 , college is "free" with 0 prestige , just like in europe despite what these dumb leftists tell you. I do not wish to persue a career in college , certainly not in this country , the type of progress you can achieve in this country is a fucking joke.
2019-08-14 23:58
ah somewhat of a waste of time i get it
2019-08-14 23:59
Yeah, ive been listeing to Javier Milei, lol you better get out of there, and it's actually in the top5 worst paid countries in america. Try Chile or Europe, way better than NA to be honest
2019-08-16 05:26
hahahaha all of our neighbours listen to Milei......yet Argentinians stigmatize him , this country is such a fucking joke dude its not even funny , this country is supposed to be the baddest motherfucking alpha of South America along with Brasil and instead we're the CLOWNS of America.
2019-08-16 05:48
#19
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Brazil NukebRS 
I’m pretty sure it’s easier to go to Canada than to the USA
2019-08-14 23:56
no i think canada is even tougher
2019-08-14 23:57
no that's a myth , in fact up until 2009-2011 U.S was still taking lowtier bums like me legally in , south americans with no high education nor high end c.v could get extended visas with work permit all the time in U.S , it really was just mexican seeking to suck off the welfare system who made most of the illegals. Now is different tho , U.S is far more selective than before , but still much more lax than Canada.
2019-08-15 00:00
#162
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Canada Diverse2k 
I was born and raised in Canada but currently in Recife (my wife is Brazilian). Canada is easy to immigrate to if you complete +2 years of post secondary education at a public DLI (College/University). Brazil has a lot of opportunities despite the crime rate and low GDP (I believe minimum wage is at around $1,000 Reals per month). I'm lucky enough to live on the beach but I have met many Brazilians with jobs that pay more than Canadian/US salaries.
2019-08-16 05:12
You just proved my point bud. Anyways good luck in Brasil. Minimum wage shouldn't exist.
2019-08-16 05:32
#188
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Canada Diverse2k 
Fair enough, anyways I pay $4,000 Reals per month + $1,000 for Condominio fee if that helps (even though I like in Recife and prices might not be similar)
2019-08-17 16:19
but i bet the house you live in must be quite large for you to be paying 4000R$ of rent per month.
2019-08-17 23:07
#190
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Canada Diverse2k 
its 180m squared which isnt too big but we are also 30 metres away from the beach (Boa Viagem)
2019-08-17 23:23
nope, it´s tougher. Ofc if you´re talking about people from countries like Syria, Pakistan or Iran, it´s harder to get a visa, even a tourist one. For regular people like me or you, it´s easier to gain access to the US.
2019-08-15 00:02
Canada has a point based immigration system. Even for someone like me, who has a bachelors degree, it would be difficult to get in.
2019-08-15 02:35
#163
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Canada Diverse2k 
They only have a point based system for Express Entry...If you've studied in Canada and speak fluent english you will have a very high success rate of immigrating (more than 75% of the students I've sent have their PR through PNP)...They only accept around 3,300 people for the Federal Skilled Workers Program (I've had clients with more than 500k in their bank, +2 masters degrees, international work experience, perfect english and a good age (18-30) yet have still been denied. If you want to immigrate to Canada, the easiest way is through studying in Canada.
2019-08-16 05:17
Yeah, that's it. I didn't get an degree in Canada so it would be tough. But I do have family in Canada, so I'm not sure if that would help.
2019-08-16 05:30
Lol ur right and rightist fuck you so hard u cant move where u want #FuckBorders
2019-08-15 03:12
Well , my ideal country is Hong Kong so if you're talking about the dreamland , yeah i was never getting in anyways. But im not anti immigration..like at all.
2019-08-15 03:13
Good
2019-08-15 03:14
US IS SHIT VIOLENT AS FUCK ALOT OF MASS SHOTING IN THIS SHIT HOLE
2019-08-15 07:14
You think USA is country anyone respectable wants to move to! OMFG LOL
2019-08-17 23:33
Come to Zeeland Best mens)))) Best womens)))) Best food Best beaches
2019-08-16 03:17
hahahahaha
2019-08-16 03:35
You coming?
2019-08-16 03:36
They'd never take me in little puppy , thanks for the good intentions tho.
2019-08-16 03:37
Of course we will. Just learn Dutch and you can come my men)))))
2019-08-16 03:40
Not legally no hahhahah
2019-08-16 03:47
You probably can Come to Zeeland my men))))
2019-08-16 03:48
If i applied for an extended visa with working permit in the Nederland embassy in Argentina , i don't know if i'd get denied in a minute or a second , but around that range. Is cute that you're young and innocent and well intentioned and you really are ok with immigration and all , but seriously bebe , you've got no clue how anti-immigration Europe is , you've been lied to xd
2019-08-16 03:50
little buddy , i only the Highschool diploma , aint gonna go to Argentinian University and i've only had shitty average joe 9-5 / 9-9 jobs , i'd take it if it was possible but it isn't.
2019-08-16 03:57
Maybe try to get a degree here
2019-08-16 03:57
A lot of foreign peoble go to the HZ in Vlissingen
2019-08-16 03:59
agentinas market just crashed
2019-08-14 23:49
its really low like 985 reais fuc* bolsonaro
2019-08-14 23:52
#28
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Brazil |Coldzera| 
thats the minimum wage dude! Any stupid job will pay more than this unless you are complete loser
2019-08-15 00:01
#72
NEO | 
Argentina Konigmdq 
minimum wage in Arg 866 reais (if you get work) br>arg
2019-08-15 02:47
OMG YOURE MORON RETARD KYS YOURE THE MOSTDUMBEST PEOPLE IVE HEFENR EHEARD ABOU SHIT
2019-08-15 07:15
#144
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Brazil JMB_17 
YES WE SHOULD HAVE VOTED FOR HADDAD HE WOULD RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE TO 1200!!!! (And that wouldn’t have any bad consequence !!!!! Trust me i am economics expert monkey 👍)
2019-08-16 03:41
well no one helped me , only Brasilero was a delusional mad leftist :| Good to know tho , if 985 is low then i'll probably be making around 800 cuz immigrant.
2019-08-14 23:53
#33
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Brazil |Coldzera| 
this is the minimum wage, tbh i dont know anywone who earn only the minimum wage. Even my gf with no experience in nothing earn 1800,00 just selling perfumes.
2019-08-15 00:02
#58
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Brazil madeinamerica 
998BRL is the minimum wage... No one can receive less than this... Do u have some formation? engineering, speak English, etc... How old are u? Do u want to go to the university? The average wage here in Brazil is 2340BRL
2019-08-15 02:14
Speak good english , no academia , just the highschool diploma.
2019-08-15 02:10
Why tf would u move with just a high school diploma, will u study in brazil? Not even trade school?
2019-08-15 03:16
Not talking with derranged borderline retarded leftist , have a good one.
2019-08-15 03:17
How are you supposed to get a job in another country with just a high school diploma? will u move to brazil and work as a carpenter or fast food worker????
2019-08-15 03:18
You are right.
2019-08-16 05:44
The only problem with the minimum wage is that if you aren't worth R$ 1000, you won't be getting any jobs.
2019-08-15 04:23
GO TO VENEZUELA DREAM COUNTRY COMMUNIST FREE FOOD NO NEED TO WORK
2019-08-15 07:15
#13
zews | 
Brazil Funcx 
One more afraid of Kirchner....
2019-08-14 23:54
#14
FalleN | 
Brazil lortBR 
sorry, i live in Goiânia, but good luck in your research meu amigo
2019-08-14 23:54
tell me still (please) , avg salary there? avg rent price there? or at least what you know.
2019-08-14 23:55
#20
FalleN | 
Brazil lortBR 
sorry, i'm just 16, i don't know m8((
2019-08-14 23:56
#39
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Brazil |Coldzera| 
Stay focus on southeast and south. Nothing besides that. São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Rio de janeiro, Parana, Santa Catarina, Rio grande do sul
2019-08-15 00:05
#138
woxic | 
Brazil Skilo 
It depends on his priorities. If he chooses cheapness over safety Salvador, Fortaleza, Recife are good 4 him. Houses are pretty cheap there. And there he could fuck some Northeastern women. The beautiful ones are really stunning. I'm from RJ, btw.
2019-08-16 03:30
IRAQ IS SAFER
2019-08-15 07:16
#18
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Brazil dr0wning 
well, betwen Rio grande do sul and Minas gerais( Belo Horizonte), for a immigrant, rio grande do sul is better, gonna be easier for you get a job than Belo horizonte, but if i was you, i would choose some city in Santa Catarina state, balneario camboriú city would be a good option tought
2019-08-14 23:56
Santa Catarina <3
2019-08-15 00:02
#26
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Brazil |Coldzera| 
Not from those cities, but i can say the reality wont be different than this: your salary as a first job if you are not specialist in nothing will be around 2,000 in capitols and 1600,00 smaller cities. Rent changes a little bit per cities as well, but im pretty sure you have to share rent with someone, or choose a very small flat, and pay around 500/600 reais per month, you wont find nothing less than this living by your own. Maybe you should actually look for something that needs your spanish skills ? like touriscts cities
2019-08-15 00:00
Thank you so much.
2019-08-15 00:01
#31
mimi | 
Brazil mtnGOD 
If you want any real info about Brazil, asuming you can read portuguese, look at ipeadata website
2019-08-15 00:02
checking this out as we speak
2019-08-15 00:04
#35
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Brazil DeaglerGuy 
one thing that i can tell about rio grande do sul: this is the best region in brazil, in terms of security, HDI, education and health
2019-08-15 00:03
0/8
2019-08-15 03:44
Forget about it bro. I've been traveling to Europe and it's much cheaper and safer compared to Brazil rent in Portugal, Estonia, and Poland are cheap af But Poland is a shithole and nobody speaks English well Estonia weather sucks and they're a bit autist Portugal is cool depending on the area and you can visit a lot of mediterranean countries ezpz I have Italian passport so staying legal there is ez to me but idk how much worse it'd be to u in this regard!
2019-08-15 00:04
Brasil sounds so much better than Europe in so many ways , some states in Brasil are really safe too.
2019-08-15 00:30
Europe is better for someone who will start from the bottom. You said you only have high school diploma, well...I really recommend you specialize in something or graduate...cuz otherwise you won't have a fair life.
2019-08-16 05:53
seriously doubt it since i dont want government handouts if you were talking about the welfare checks. I am VERY familiar with rent prices in Europe , i've got like 4 very close relatives living in Spain , to start from the bottom my cousin had to work and sleep in the hotel she was working in , earning 930 euros per month sleeping in a closet-sized singular , dunno man ... after talking with a lot of people and family who been to Europe ... it might not be what its cracked up to be.
2019-08-16 05:58
Estonia autistic lul
2019-08-15 03:52
Just go to Santa Catarina, it's so fucking good
2019-08-15 00:08
Just come here 😊
2019-08-15 00:11
too tiny and corrupt , also i would probably get paid waaaayyyy to low cuz Argentino
2019-08-15 00:35
who cares for brazil or sa at all? whatever places
2019-08-15 00:25
You did enough to comment. Fucking pizza mario :D
2019-08-15 02:32
need my attention to get some notoriety, poor subhuman people xd 7-1
2019-08-15 21:27
#45
arT | 
Brazil theuso 
i've never gone to Rio grande do Sul but i live in belo horizonte BH is a very good city, i would say one of the best to live in brazil about salary, i would say (if you finished the college) you could easily get 2,000 to 3,000 in you fist job. and in few years you could get a very good salary . Just for exemple, my dad works on accounting (very normal here) and his salary is around 11.000 (8 horas por dia)
2019-08-15 01:20
#47
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Brazil EMAIBIAR 
Buddy go to Vitória - ES, many people consider Vitória the best city in Brazil and it is the city with the best human capital in the country, that's where a was born and where I lived for 18 years. Just recomending
2019-08-15 01:30
#52
yuurih | 
Brazil frkkZ 
outro capixaba na hltv além de mim PogU
2019-08-15 01:47
#76
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Brazil EMAIBIAR 
<33333
2019-08-15 02:54
I think that any place but north or northeast is way better than argentina, if I was you i would also want to leave, but i think chile or uruguay would be better than brazil.
2019-08-15 01:34
#50
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Brazil Karl_Tanner 
Rio is trash tho.
2019-08-15 01:42
+1
2019-08-15 02:12
nunca foi na cidade, teu cu babuíno imgur.com/a/3klvRsS
2019-08-15 03:02
#81
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Brazil Karl_Tanner 
Wut?
2019-08-15 03:11
i'm showing stats from your region exame.abril.com.br/mundo/estas-sao-as-50..
2019-08-15 03:27
#102
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Brazil Karl_Tanner 
Everyone knows that the statistics in Rio is manipulated af.
2019-08-15 03:48
Uruguay is going down the path of Argentina , just a lot slower , big nono. Chile doesn't interest me as much as Brasil , specially if Brasil ends up going up the right path.
2019-08-15 01:42
i dont know enough about Uruguay but i heard only good things. chile seems a good place but I heard the culture is a little wierd whatever that means.
2019-08-15 02:14
just dont come to são paulo. It’s expensive as fuck
2019-08-15 01:48
true but the salary is also high as fuck
2019-08-15 02:14
+1
2019-08-15 03:53
#112
ppk | 
Brazil 4vengerr 
+1
2019-08-15 04:22
#54
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Brazil DaRos517 
Forget about anything north of Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte is a glorified shit hole just like the rest of the north Also, southern culture and people are much more similar to Argentina. It also depends how you want to live... small towns, big cities, these things
2019-08-15 01:51
#56
kNgV- | 
Brazil quokkaa 
Cara, gramado tem um custo de vida caro! por ser uma cidade turistica, universidades boas com custo de vida razoável no Rio Grande do Sul têm em Pelotas e Santa Maria.
2019-08-15 01:53
vlw :( ja achava q gramado era so pra pessoas com muito dinheiro.
2019-08-15 01:55
Curitiba has a lot of boludos doing circus shit in the traffic lights. Ez job for you.
2019-08-15 02:13
hue 🤡🌎
2019-08-15 02:16
not even joking. There is a lot of boludos doing circus shit in Curitiba's Traffic Lights
2019-08-15 02:16
#69
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Argentina roulettesoad 
let me guess, guys with dreadlocks that looks leftist and dirty?
2019-08-15 02:32
yes dreadlocks are common but not sure if leftists... probably dirt cuz hobos juggles, monocycles, cats, handicrafts etc
2019-08-15 02:51
#75
NEO | 
Argentina Konigmdq 
LMAO HAAHAHAHAH
2019-08-15 02:51
#121
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Poland Volltek 
kkkkkkkkkk
2019-08-15 08:01
#121
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Poland Volltek 
kkkkkkkkkk
2019-08-15 08:01
I don't know about other states, but here in Rio de Janeiro isn't a good place to start a new life, maybe Curitiba be the best city in the country rn
2019-08-15 02:23
You will probably earn between 1300-2000 in a common job that does not require a diploma or previous experience, but I dont know how it works for a gringo about the "carteira de trabalho", which is the standard in this shit country. There is tons of people trying to learn spanish, so you can make some extra money aside your regular work. To live by yourself you will pay atleast 800, with rent, electric energy, water etc, but you can always share an apartment with other people and save some money.. Gramado may be a bad idea, but it can also work for you, since a touristic city always have a lot of restaurants and bars where you can work, I dont think it would be difficult to get a job there. But the rent is probably fucking high and you would need to live outside of the city in a cheapear area and far from your work. There is ton of jobs here in our country, if you are not a braindamaged leftist, you are welcome my bro
2019-08-15 02:25
Really far on the right , almost minarchist Libertarian. If Brasil truly makes the reforms to have a free market and reasonable taxes , i'd honestly see no reason to go anywhere else. I can speak and write pretty decently in English , i hope that can help me. Thanks for the help mano.
2019-08-15 02:30
mmm
2019-08-16 05:59
#73
EliGE | 
Brazil kaiknux 
1) What is the average rent price in Rio Grande do Sul , Gramado or somewhere close to it. Expensive as fuck, you're not getting a job you can afford yourself in there 2) What is the average salary in rio grande do sul. Depends on your area. If IT something like 3000 4000 mil reais 3) What is the average rent price in Belo Horizonte (centro sul) 1500 reais with condomínio. I'm from there so you can PM me manito
2019-08-15 02:50
and average salary in Belo Horizonte?
2019-08-15 03:09
#124
EliGE | 
Brazil kaiknux 
what do you pretend to work with?
2019-08-15 16:35
anything (legal ofc) , i just want to get there , throw cv around and get a job as fast as posible , i hope i can get lucky and get something that takes advantage of my english (i can pronounce really well too) so maybe i can get to 2000R$ per month , tho its unlikely.
2019-08-15 16:38
#127
EliGE | 
Brazil kaiknux 
start studying portuguese! you can make this work, it's possible. start studying programming and in 1 year in belo horizonte your life will be great.
2019-08-15 16:39
Yeah i always thought programming was cool but sadly im not smart enough to do it , im literally one of the most anti-math guys you'll ever met. Im okay having an average or shitty job , living on 1700~~2000 something R$ , specially if i end up splitting expenses in two with a roomate. We'll see tho.
2019-08-15 16:55
#132
EliGE | 
Brazil kaiknux 
study online/digital marketing. 1700/2000 you can try to get it and you'll make it
2019-08-15 17:16
#153
arT | 
Brazil theuso 
you should try teaching english/spanish existem várias escolas aqui (belo horizonte) como number one e cultura inglesa onde o salário até que é bom para alguém que acabou de chegar.
2019-08-16 04:01
#160
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Brazil Allistar 
Manitoo, you should search for republicas (students house) in Belo Horizonte and elsewhere you wish to have an idea of prices and stuff. I would suggest you to use your spanish as a tool besides english and portuguese. If you're able to teach them, you are half-way done with jobs because private lessons are reality here in Brazil in case of some schools don't accept you. However you should have contacts here and there and also become quite popular on social networks to do so. If you intend to graduate, maybe you could look for "estágios" in the area of interest. Also, what have you got on your cv?
2019-08-16 05:00
#125
EliGE | 
Brazil kaiknux 
if you want a job in belo horizonte start learning javascript, react or programming languages.
2019-08-15 16:36
#128
EliGE | 
Brazil kaiknux 
same average as porto alegre though.
2019-08-15 16:42
#79
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Brazil GlauberSonsa 
The average rent price in the "Centro Sul" of Belo Horizonte is 1300 reais. The average salary depends 100% on the job, so it's impossible to tell. I lived here my whole life and I really recommend it
2019-08-15 03:06
#83
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Macau Cyber_netica 
scared of Cristina and Alberto? south is really expensive to live all things considered, i hope you manage to move out and get received well, blessings to you
2019-08-15 03:13
At first i was , but now i realized something much worst , Espert is not even close to win , 2% with blank votes , when blank votes get nullified in the real elections , his portion will be less than 1% , which means its either gonna be Cristina or fucking Macri , ain't staying in this bitch FUCK NO. Fuck Argentina and fuck Argentinians , bunch of leftist lazy leeches cowards piece of shit beta cucks shitty
2019-08-15 03:15
#90
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Macau Cyber_netica 
i feel for you my friend, i know some people from Argentina and they were telling me about how Argentina is sure to go down shit lane have you thought about Uruguay tho? i've heard it's on the upside
2019-08-15 03:18
Whoever told you Uruguay was on the upside is either evil or a fool.
2019-08-15 03:19
#94
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Macau Cyber_netica 
do you say that just because its government is leftist or can you back it up? because the person who told me that is a refugee from Venezuela that lives in Argentina atm and for him to talk up a leftist country then something must be up
2019-08-15 03:23
hahahahaha of course i can back it up , im pretty sure you're aware how worried Brasileiros are with 4% yearly inflation , well , Uruguay is at 8.5% and it seems like next year it will be doble digits , Uruguay doesn't want to lower taxes on the middle class because they don't want to make the fiscal adjustment they need , it's acceptable still because they still have credibility , which allows them to take debt to finance the deficit , but that's not sustainable , it's literally what absolutely killed Argentina. The saving grace of Uruguay is that their CORPORATE taxes and labour laws are really reasonable , VERY right wing , read them is practically the polar opposite of leftism , on top of that , most of the small average guy imports pay little or no tax , so the average Uruguayan citizen can buy a gpu from eBay and it doesn't get pulled from Aduana , they're not as open as Chile , they still have protectionism on Cars and other goods , but the more "banal" goods lets call them are pretty much on the free market side. Uruguay's fiscal policy is a time bomb , it ticks slower than Argentina's but they don't want to defuse it. That guy from Venezuela told you that because he's ignorant and knows that Uruguay is more stable than Argentina and Argentina is already x1000 better than Venezuela , so in his mind , Uruguay should be easy to get in and x100000 better than Venezuela.
2019-08-15 03:28
Pt saved Brazil, bolsonaro will destroy it
2019-08-15 03:31
#100
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Brazil mop4r 
well let's go I live in Rio Grande do Sul (Santa Maria) and last month I spent my holidays in Gramado, is practically a tourism city, has many hotels there, if you get a job in this field they can pay very well, they are multi-million dollar companies. Just like the endless bars and restaurants there are, it's all designed for tourism. You will not feel in Brazil, but in Europe. practically all houses and establishments follow a pattern of European architecture, it is an insane thing to see in Brazil, I had never seen anything like it. Those who live there are usually VERY rich people who have enough money to buy apartments or houses in this style. what i recommend is that you rent a house in Nova Petrópolis, a lawn side town that follows the same european standard but that has much cheaper rent and is a less touristy city with more work areas, Santa Cruz do Sul is also an option, a city with a very high life quality and is also a German colonization, is where oktoberfest occurs.
2019-08-15 03:44
thank you so much , so Nova Petropolis and Santa Cruz do Sul are both cheaper than Gramado and how far from Gramado are those? Also , is Santa Catarina and Curitiba cheaper than RS??? thanks a lot. I can speak good english if that helps , of course im learning proper portuguese tho.
2019-08-15 16:35
#135
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Brazil mop4r 
Nova Petropolis is 33km away from Gramado, you can rent a house there and travel everyday to work in Gramado, surely your english will help you get a job because there are many tourists there. Santa Cruz is 210km away, but you can live very well there for a time and travel to Gramado sometimes to see the city and look for apartments or houses there. Santa Catarina is a great state, I was once there, but I dont know if is cheaper or not, my grandparents live in Curitiba, is a great city as well.
2019-08-16 03:14
This seems like the most reasonable semi-plan , 33km is basically the same distance i had in my previous job , im from Berazategui and i worked in the Center of the capital , right in front of the Obelisco. I really really hope i can market my English , if i could pay less than 900R$ in rent and earn over 2000R$ in salary , that'd be neat.
2019-08-16 03:39
#187
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Brazil mop4r 
Good luck bro, if you need help with anything send on dm.
2019-08-16 22:37
I live in BH, but you didn't say much of what you are searching for, there are so many variables. BH is expensive as fuck, you could find a job, but the payment would probably be low. I love the city thou...
2019-08-15 04:06
I love bh also, but the worst part is that is even more violent than sao paulo, loose just to rj. If is not that, it should be the best place in brazil for real...
2019-08-16 05:33
#108
vsm | 
Brazil hNkV 
RS has 1268 reais for medium rent (312 dollars) You would rent a house for + or - 1000 reais per month, or 300 dollars. A hotel would cost to you approximately 250 reais per day or 61 dollars Belo Horizonte has a medium of 1.739 Reais per month working 42 hours a week (429 dollars)
2019-08-15 04:10
Gramado is really expensive, maybe santa catarina for the beaches or another city in RS (Caxias do Sul, Vacaria, Passo Fundo and other cities in the northeast have growing economies and jobs are easy to find). Don't recommend going too far north because the accent is very different from the southern one (and also because it's way too hot). As far as the cost of living goes, food and rent are really cheap but imported stuff is really expensive.
2019-08-15 04:15
#111
ppk | 
Brazil 4vengerr 
it depends a lot of things, you need to search carefully Gramado is expensive af, its a turistic city, so.. Curitiba is a nice city, try to search some things there But, be careful , a lot of argentinians are moving to Rio Grande do Sul, it might become a new "Roraima State"
2019-08-15 04:26
The thing that makes your different to other is your ability to speak spanish, use that in Brazil and you may find a good job. If you are good with your language and an avarage portuguese, you may find a job in language schools or tourism area.
2019-08-15 04:27
#115
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Brazil NukebRS 
You should try to find a Facebook page of the area you want to live, usually those are very helpful for people who just moved in and are lost. You might even find jobs there. I can’t give you any more help because I’m not from there, but I wish you good luck on your journey
2019-08-15 07:11
Well we arent going to miss you buddy, good luck in Brasil. Viva peron <3
2019-08-15 16:43
Well you see how it is , Peronistas aint gonna be missing me , but most of Argentina will still hate Peronistas whether im in Argentina or not. Later facho cagon.
2019-08-15 16:55
come to vitória mens u can sleep on my couch but seriouly my city is pretty good and cheap to live, there are even some venezuelanos working in my neighborhood
2019-08-16 03:43
Thanks to all the Brasileiros who helped me , i think all of you except for #10 and #97 were really helpful and welcoming , keep it coming bros <3 i've already learnt more right now than what i thought i knew when i went to Bahia for 3 months in 2006.
2019-08-16 04:25
gramado is too expensive, try to avoid live in cities that are focused on tourism, live in a city nearby as my friend said There`s a lot of nice cities in Santa Catarina aswell, Joinville (big industrial city), Jaragua do Sul, Lages, Blumenau. I`ve heard that Curitiba is getting pretty dangerous, lot of homicides and stuff. If you come to Joinville, avoid neighborhoods like Paranaguamirim or Jardim Paraiso, try to stay near the center of the city (Iririu, Bom Retiro, Boa Vista, Bucarein, Santo Antonio). Usually people that have a little bit more money live above the center. If you don`t have much money to pay the rent, try to stay on Guanabara, Fatima.
2019-08-16 04:48
Gramado is too expensive to live, even for 99% of people in br. Porto Alegre could be more helpful and closer to buenos aires. Also if you have no money always look for around cities.
2019-08-16 04:49
rio grande do sul is a shithole, BH is fine but overrated. go to paraná or santa catarina.
2019-08-16 05:33
Have you considered Florianópolis? I've met some Argentinian there...the renting cost might not be cheap, but I guess in nearby cities might me cheaper. As an Argentinian you can get job in restaurants easier there. Not sure what kind of job will you be looking for. Also, do you have italian ancestry? Can you prove it? If so you could apply for Italian citizenship. Anyway, good luck. Hope you the best!
2019-08-16 05:37
So far the cities that i understood would be more convenient to me according to you manitos have been: Santa Catarina , Curitiba , couple of cities away from Belo Horizonte , Nova Petropolis and Santa Cruz do Sul , i will be moving to Brasil in may 2020 at the latest , but probably this year , i watched Gustavo Segre and learnt all i had to do to go there with the proper papers and all , it's gotta be Brasil i wanna go there i dont wanna go to Chile or Europe , i just wanna pick the most convenient place in Brasil i can which is why im reading A LOT atm. No , my roots are Native American and Polak i think there's even 0 Iberian in my tree. thanks a lot.
2019-08-16 05:45
Florianópolis is the capital of Santa Catarina. Well, hope everything goes well with your plan. But, I'm concerned about you not having having some job qualification...look...IMO Brazil is not a good place to live with a 2k Reais salary... But what is your objective in Brazil? Settle and have a good life($$$)? That will need a degree and probably some work experience already.
2019-08-16 06:12
settle , work , save , then try to get a better job and/or study in Brasil , then maybe i'd think about a good life. the big problem with Argentina is that you just CANT save pesos , and when the alt left comes back to power , you wont be able to save in dollars neither. but also you never know when and how high will prices of things that you NEED jump here , im not talking about a cellphone and a selfie stick , soap , toiler paper , milk , oil .... one day you forget to buy it when you have the money in hand, next day you may wake up and its 5 pesos more expensive , you just can't live like this. In Brasil i know i'll have more stability and honestly Argentinians are fucking gross.
2019-08-16 06:16
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2019-08-16 05:48
1) What is the average rent price in Rio Grande do Sul , Gramado or somewhere close to it. if you want to live in a decent apartment/house in Rio Grande do Sul you'll be spending atleast 1k reais in rent alone and i'm not even considering all the other costs meaning you'll have to pay for food, condominium taxes, general taxes for light/gas/water etc etc, so basically you'd need around 2k/month to have a decent life. 2) What is the average salary in rio grande do sul. a normal job after high school is between 1000-1800/month for 8 hours of work each day (usually 4 hours at saturdays, it varies depending on the job and sunday free except for hotels), and 1800 is pushing it, you'd have to be lucky but since you apparently speak english and obviously spanish you could get a good job and get paid even more. (a good option would be working at an hotel) 3) What is the average rent price in Belo Horizonte (centro sul) 4) What is the average salary in Belo Horizonte? 3/4 is about the same... My advice is: Go to a public university and get a degree in the area of your interest, they have some funds that can help you with rent and stuff even though it's not guaranteed, you can also work depending on the course so that's a good way of estabilishing yourself in the long run, you'll have alot more opportunities with a degree.
2019-08-16 05:55
The average salary it's not really per region, but where and what are you working on. A shit job, like in supermarkets, per example, can get you 1400 - 1800. Some low tier jobs get even 2000. However, if you get citizenship, I ((((THINK)))) you can do a public concurse to the military police of the state you go and receive something around 4000+. I don't know about foreigners, so I can't tell it for sure.
2019-08-16 05:57
fuck yeah i'd serve the Brasil military , but i thought you had to be born in Brasil to attend that , i was seriously considering joining the military of other country until i learnt what that country stands for , Brasil?? fuck yeah dude lol around 4k R$ thats insane.
2019-08-16 06:03
4K in the military POLICE. (It's our cops in Brazil, basically) The army itself is gradative on the wages and you start lower than that.
2019-08-16 06:05
oh...like the Brasil Swat team?
2019-08-16 06:07
I'm talking about the common cops. Polícia Militar - State police, they're our common cops here. However, inside the organization itself of the military police, there's special forces that you can get into. Ex:. You make it in a public concurse to the Military Police of São Paulo. You will be a common cop now and will be either assigned as an internal or as a duty cop. After some years, you can try get yourself promoted in the police and get into their special forces (that's the SWAT equivalent), like COE. It's not easy though, it requires studies and physical resistance.
2019-08-16 06:16
#191
f0rest | 
Argentina Nawll 
Are you actually consdering moving to Brazil? that's wild bruv
2019-08-17 23:29
#192
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Brazil cleckzz 
actually Rio Grande do Sul is a state, not a city
2019-08-17 23:32
yes , im aware.
2019-08-17 23:44
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