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    What a thrilling city São Paulo is. With a great international expat community that keeps in touch on InterNations.

InterNations - A Place for Irish in São Paulo

Dia duit to all of our Irish in São Paulo! Are you interested in getting to know fellow Irish expats in São Paulo? Are you looking for advice from other Irish, e.g. which bars in São Paulo will broadcast your favorite team’s upcoming match or where in town to go for Irish stew?

You are cordially invited to be part of InterNations São Paulo. Among the members of our international expat network, there is also a vibrant circle of Irish expats, coming from Dublin, Limerick, Cork and all regions of Ireland.

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Attend our monthly events and activities and join various interest-based groups to get to know like-minded expatriates and fellow Irish in São Paulo.

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Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow Irish in our São Paulo expat forums.

  • Obtaining a Working Visa!
    3 replies
    Apr 30, 00:35

    Just come on a tourist visa and look for work. If you find a job apply for the work visa and pick it up in Argentina.

  • Help please on holidaty visa!
    1 reply
    Oct 19, 21:00

    Hi John, You need to go to Polícia Federal in Barra Funda within 90 days to renew your tourist visa for a further 3 months. Note that this is the maximum extension and you can only stay 6 months …

  • Brazilian visa
    3 replies
    Mar 11, 18:38

    BTW the feds don´t do a huge check they maybe just turn up to see if you are living where you say and with who you should be. They probably won´t even bother with you guys since you were married …

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Irish Expats in São Paulo Share Their Experiences

InterNations is a place where Irish expats in São Paulo exchange experiences and tips to support each other. "Sampa", as local residents just say, can be a great place for expats - our community helps you make the most of your experience!

  • Browse our Members Network to get to know São Paulo’s Irish expats.
  • Take part in our Expat Forums to obtain first hand tips from fellow Irish expats in São Paulo.
  • Use the Expat Guide for São Paulo to find information on your host city.

Meet Fellow Irish in São Paulo at Our Events

Our community in São Paulo is also very active offline. Our InterNations Ambassadors organize regular events and various expat activities, e.g. a dinner in São Paulo’s hippest restaurant or an outing with other Irish expats to explore the strongly urbanized south-east. These activities are a casual way to get to know expats from Ireland in your local community as well as Irish in Brazil nationwide. Interested? Simply become a member and we’ll be happy to welcome you among our Irish living in São Paulo!