Brazil Visas Get Easier to Get After Executive Order Changes Non-Immigrant Visa Application Process: Great News for South Florida Economy


President Obama was in Orlando this week, and while many may be waiting for the State of the Union Address, many of us here in South Florida already have Big News from the White House as the President revealed his plan to provide big incentives for foreigners to visit the United States.

Especially for foreigners in Brazil to visit Florida.

We've been monitoring the growing interest of Brazil in Florida investment for a while now, including the problem of current visa laws on allowing Brazilians with money to spend in our economy being stymied by the long wait imposed by both the State Department and Homeland Security for visitors to get their non-immigrant visa processed.

Right now, it can take months for Brazilians to get visas allowing them to enter Florida. The President promised that this would change for the better this week.

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