Portugal Non-Habitual Residents (NHR) Regime
General Managers and Executive Managers of companies;
Administrative Managers and Commercial Managers;
Production Managersand Specialised Services Managers;
Hospitality, Restaurant, Retail and Other Services Managers;
Specialist Physicists, Mathematicians, Engineers and related Technologists;
Dentists and Stomatologists;
University and Higher Education Teachers;
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Specialists;
Authors, Journalists and Linguists:
Creative and Performance Artists:
Intermediate level Science and Engineering Technicians and Professionals;
Farmers and market-oriented skilled Agricultural and Livestock workers;
Market-oriented skilled Forestry, Fishing and Hunting workers;
Skilled industry, construction and craft workers, including skilled workers of metalwork, food processing, woodwork, clothing, handicraft, printing,
manufacture of precision instruments, jewellers, artisans, electricians and electronics professionals; Plant and machine operators and assembly line workers;
Directors and managers of companies carrying out productive investment activities, to the extent such personnel are engaged in projects for which contractual tax benefits have been granted under the Investment Tax Code.
Level 4 of the European Qualifications Framework;
Level 35 of International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED); or
Five years of applicable working experience, duly demonstrated.
Initial application support and consultancy
Pre-application cross border planning and tax advice
Fiscal check with the Portuguese tax system to ensure eligibility for the application
Fiscal Representation (to include Fiscal Number application, if necessary)
Guidance on the documentation required for residency certificate applications, either at the Câmara Municipal for EU clients or the SEF for non-EU clients. This may include the booking of appointments on behalf of clients or in some areas, accompanying them (this may incur additional time charges)
Liaison with the client in respect of their appointment with the Portuguese Tax Department to register the residency application, or in some areas, accompanying them (this may incur additional time charges) Submission of the NHR status application with the Portuguese Tax Department
Registration of employment activity at the Portuguese Tax and Social Security departments, when applicable.
Preparation and submission of personal income tax (IRS) tax return in subsequent years
Administrative follow up on activity registration and file audit
Submission of DTA forms to the tax authority in the NHR holder’s home country.
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