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Sao Paulo

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The application for qualification for marriage will be signed by both spouses, by their own hand, or, at their request, by proxy. Must be instructed with the following documents:

· Birth certificate or equivalent document.

· Authorization in writing of the persons under whose legal dependency they are, or judicial act that supra.

· Declaration of their greatest witnesses, relatives or not, who attest to know them and affirm that there is no impediment that prevents them from marrying.

· Statements of marital status, domicile and current resistance of contractors and their parents, if known.    

· Certificate of death of the deceased spouse, of a verdict of nullity or annulment of a marriage, which is final, or of record of the divorce decree.

Those interested in marrying should seek the Civil Registry Office of the city of their domicile of one of them with the required documents.



There are several types of visitor visas, including tourist and business visas. You will need a Brazil tourist visa affixed to your passport while on vacation, visiting friends or family, or participating in sports, academic or artistic events or conferences for which you are unpaid – meaning anyone who is traveling for non-work purposes and won't be earning money while in the country. Visitors using a tourist visa are allowed to stay in the country for a total of 180 days in a 12-month period. Multiple entries are allowed during that period, so travelers can come and go as they please. The other types of visas are meant for students or those doing business in the country, and typically aren't right for tourists. There are several requirements for a Brazil tourist visa: (1) A passport with at least six months of validity to its expiration date, as well as two blank pages for the visa. (2) A recent passport photo. (3) A copy of a round-trip ticket (or a letter from the travel agent). (4) Proof of residency, like a utility bill or driver's license.


The Brazilian real is the official currency of Brazil. It is subdivided into 100 centavos. The Central Bank of Brazil is the central bank and the issuing authority.


Portuguese (Official Language) and English

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In summer (January through March), the mean low temperature is about 19 °C (66 °F) and the mean high temperatures is near 28 °C (82 °F). In winter, temperatures tend to range between 8 and 21 °C (46 and 70 °F).

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Around 50 kilometers away from Downtown São Paulo it is possible to find a landscape with lots of green, tourist attractions and living with nature. On the location, which stays at the extreme South of the City, you will see waterfalls, parks, Native American villages, ecumenical centers, observation decks and even a butterfly nursery. The world of arts and theatrical plays stands out in São Paulo. Latin America’s cultural center, São Paulo has 101 museums, 282 movie theaters, 146 libraries and around 40 cultural centers; besides several popular festivities and fair that take place in its streets. Besides this, the city has 182 theaters. They are places for spectacles of all artistic veins, which range from Broadway musicals super productions to vanguard theater.

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The popular but mistaken belief is that Brazil’s São Paulo state has no beaches. Though the city of São Paulo itself may not sprawl languidly along the ocean like certain other Brazilian cities or towns, São Paulo state boasts almost 400 miles of tropical Atlantic coastline, which beckons beachcombers from inside and outside Brazil for swimming, surfing and sunbathing. There are many beaches like Santos situated barely 50 miles from the eponymous state capital of São Paulo, the port town of Santos has much more to offer than its reputation as the largest shipping terminal in South America. Guarujá is another beach farther up the shore, on the far eastern outskirts of Santos, in São Paulo state, the municipality of Guarujá pulls in scores of townies from the state capital on the weekends, which means increased crowds but grade-A people-watching along its chain of 23 beaches. There are many others like Maresias, Ilhabela, Caraguatatuba and Ubatuba.

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Sao Paulo/Guarulhos–Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport (IATA: GRU, ICAO: SBGR), often referred to as GRU Airport, or simply GRU, is the primary international airport serving São Paulo. It is popularly known locally as either Cumbica Airport, after the district where it is located and the Brazilian Air Force base that still exists at the airport complex, or Guarulhos Airport, after the municipality of Guarulhos, in the Sao Paulo, where it is located.

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The state capital is the main destination for shopping tourism in the country, with luxurious options but also extremely cheap shopping centers. There are over 50 malls and around 60 thematic market streets – ranging from electronics to chandeliers. One of the most charming addresses of São Paulo is Rua Oscar Freire. There you will find over 200 stores of National and International brands. If the purpose is to get a good bargain, head to Rua 25 de Março – the largest outdoors market conglomerate of Latin America, with over three thousand stores. Also around downtown, Bom Retiro and Brás neighborhoods are specialized in clothing. And in Itaim, at Rua João Cachoeira, and in Moema, at Rua Bem-Te-Vi, there are excellent outlets.

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Sao Paulo’s nightlife is a faithful portrait of the city: frenetic, creative and democratic. In 2014, columnist Mark Manson, from CNN, elected the Paulista capital as one of the ten best places in the world in parties, nightclubs and other night time programs. São Paulo was the only Brazilian city to figure on the list. It has room for it all, ranging from sertanejo, R&B, rock´n´roll and samba; electronic music, pop and forró. Vila Madalena, Itaim Bibi, Vila Olímpia, Downtown and Barra Funda are some of the busiest neighborhoods for those who like to enjoy the night in the capital.

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Diversified and extremely rich gastronomy; the city gathers some of the best restaurants in Latin America and the world – amongst its over 15 thousand restaurants and 20 thousand bars. There are national and international options, which reach every customer. Besides the culinary of 52 countries, São Paulo is famous for its food trucks and “gastronomic little fairs”, which nowadays take over the streets of the city.

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In Sao Paulo Beaches you could practice a lot of non-motorized and Motorized Water Sports such Fishing, Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Sailing, Kayaking, Waterskiing, and many others…


Sao Paulo is a metropolis of many faces. At the same time it is the most important economic center of Brazil, it is the capital of culture in Latin America; with leisure, knowledge and entertainment offers that match to no other. A typically urban metropolis covered in a vast green area.An innovative and vanguard city that preserves in its architecture, arts and gastronomy a past composed by the mix of over 70 nationalities. And, in parallel to preserving traditions, it keeps itself modern. Tuned in is the correct term to describe it. To know better the city only two things are required: an open mind and the willingness to dive in head first in this city that never sleeps.

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