Special benefits for Non-Habitual Residents

Portugal has created a special Non-Habitual Resident Regime (NHR) that offers attractive tax opportunities for foreign pensioners. Those granted with the NHR status can benefit from a special personal income tax regime for a ten-year period.

This regime implies staying in Portugal for more than 183 days every calendar year and the NHR status has to be requested until March 31st of the year after you decide to take up residency in Portugal.

As a way to facilitate access to those interested in obtaining the NHR Status and provide them with exclusive and immediate access to a set of services in the fiscal, healthcare, customer care and leisure areas with specially conceived benefits and offers, Medical Port has created the NHR Card.

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NHR CARDHOLDERS CAN BENEFIT FROM SPECIAL CONDITIONS WHEN PURCHASING THE NHR CARD

  • 10% discount rate in fiscal services
  • 15% discount rate in healthcare services
  • 10% discount rate in customer care and leisure services

NHR CARDHOLDERS CAN ALSO BENEFIT FROM THE FOLLOWING OFFERS

  • Concierge services for all surgeries
  • Portuguese Classes in their first year in Portugal

If you’d like to subscribe the NHR Card or learn more about its offers, visit Medical Port’s website, contact us thru email, phone +351 220 973 751 or by filling out our form. You can download our NHR Card brochure here.

Medical Port provides the unique combination of the excellence of medical services in Portugal with its renowned hospitality in order to guarantee that you get a reliable and effective medical care. Write us at info@medicalport.org

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