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Unprepared, Brazilians just arrived in Portugal ask for help to return | Folha de S. Paulo

The Brazilian consulate in Lisbon, according to Folha, went to social media to say that “it has no legal competence or budget allocation to pay for repatriation flights.”

Those who need help to get back to Brazil have few options.

“Among the 243 people that [the United Nations-linked International Organization for Migration] has already supported by buying a ticket back to Brazil in 2022, 67% had been in Portugal for a year or less and 91% were living in an irregular situation,” Folha writes.


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