Brasilia

Living and
Working in Brasilia

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Mario Rimardi

"Moving to Brasilia wasn't easy for me and my family in the beginning. Thanks to InterNations we found an appartment, our babysitter and a good friend."

Li Wang

"Brasilia is a very particular city and all about politics. Through InterNations, I met so many interesting people from other fields."

Make the most of living and working in Brasilia

Expat living in Brasilia raises plenty of questions, for instance: ʺWhat are the requirements from Brazilian authorities to get a residence permit?”, ʺCan I travel from Rio to Sampa by coach?ʺ, or ”Who can recommend social clubs for expats in town?”

Finding all this expat information about living and working in Brasilia takes a lot of time. Our Brasilia expat guide is there to make your relocation to Brasilia as easy as possible. Starting with food and shopping to information about administration & finance, the guide covers all the different aspects of expat life in Brasilia.

However, InterNations does not only address expats in Brasilia. We have brief overview guides for various locations around the world - from living in Tokyo to living in Paris.

Top Articles in the Brasilia Expat Guide

  • Moving to Brasilia

    Brasilia is a young planned capital that has always been target of expats and other Brazilian nationals: its population increased exponentially in the last decades, and many people are still attracted by the many opportunities of this city. Find out more in our guide!
  • Living in Brasilia

    Brasilia is the federal capital of Brazil: its building are new and in good conditions, and the city is an administrative and commercial hub for the whole state. It looks very different from other Brazilian cities, but it is still fascinating and interesting. Check out more in our guide!
  • Working in Brasilia

    As a capital city, Brasilia is home to the central administration and some service providers have their bases in the city. Diplomatic works are very common and they influence the demand for foreign nationals. Check out more in our guide!

Information on the Expat Life in Brasilia

Are you looking specifically for serviced apartments in town or a doctor speaking your native language in Brazil? In addition to our expat guide, the expat directory for Brasilia provides you with listings of all expatriate-relevant locations and relocation services in Brasilia. Furthermore, you might want to also consider our Brasilia expats forum to receive first hand information from your fellow expats.

Simply become a member of InterNations Brasilia and you’ll be warmly received with a friendly Opa! among our expats living and working in Brasilia.

Are you curious about expatriate living outside Brasilia? Then read more about our various expat guides, such as living in Rome or living in London!

Mario Rimardi

"Moving to Brasilia wasn't easy for me and my family in the beginning. Thanks to InterNations we found an appartment, our babysitter and a good friend."

Li Wang

"Brasilia is a very particular city and all about politics. Through InterNations, I met so many interesting people from other fields."

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