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The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484

The New Migration Law and the first problems of its entry into force

The new Migration Law No. 13,455, of May 24, 2017, which replaced the Foreigner Statute, created in 1980, brought numerous modifications, presenting itself with a more modern guise, treating the migrant from the perspective of human rights, considering him a citizen endowed with guarantees, rights and duties. In many cases, similar to that of a national.

 

The Foreigner Statute was created in the 1980s, and its drafting focused on national security aspects, so that it addressed the issue of immigration as a potential threat to the country's interests. The Migrant Law, on the contrary, sees the foreigner from the perspective of human rights, establishing new principles in combating discrimination aimed at equality of rights.

First controversies

The Migration Law was drafted and published in May 2017, and entered into force on 21 November of the same year. It turns out that the decree regulating such law was published very late. This Decree of 9,199 was only sanctioned on November 21, 2017, which made it almost impossible for the competent authorities to immediately adapt to the new rules brought by the legislator.

 

As an example, the National Immigration Council has not yet issued any normative resolution under the new immigration rules. The Ministry of Labor itself issued a note stating that from November 21, 2017, people should wait for a new legal basis to file visa processes as there was an express repeal of Law No. 6.815 / 1980 by 13.445 / 2017.

 

Already the Federal Police is still changing its rules to adapt to the new legislation. This body claims that your site is undergoing maintenance. This causes a great legal uncertainty in operations and a delay in obtaining visas. For more information contact us through one of the channels below:

www.pontesvieira.com.br

info@pontesvieira.com.br

11 2365-7484