Family reunification visa D6
If you are a foreign citizen who has received a long-term residence permit in Portugal, planning to take your family, parents, all 1st degree relatives to Portugal, before applying for a residence permit at the SEF office, you need to obtain a D6 visa for each closest relative, that you want to invite. The D6 visa is a special visa that helps your relatives to stay, work, and study legally in Portugal.
The First Legal Portugal company provides full support services for obtaining a D6 visa for Portugal. We provide consultations and provide full customer support during all necessary procedures for obtaining a D6 visa. With us, obtaining a D6 visa for Portugal becomes simple, clear and affordable!
*separately is to be paid the state duty
The price of this service includes consulting and support of a lawyer in obtaining a D6 visa for further independent submission of documents for obtaining a residence permit in Portugal.
The foreign citizens, relatives of the applicant who have the right to apply for a D6 visa:
- One of the spouses;
- Minor children under the age of 18;
- Children who are under the care of the applicant or one of the spouses, if it is documented that they have the same rights and obligations as their own children;
- Children after the age of 18, if they study in the territory of Portugal, are dependent on their parents, are not married;
- Minor brothers or sisters, if they are under the care of the applicant;
- The applicant's parents over 65 years of age or if it can be proven that they are under the applicant's care.
Obtaining a D6 visa takes place in 2 stages:
- The requesting party, a non-resident who has a residence permit in Portugal, submits an application for family reunification to any SEF office;
- 1st degree relatives submit the application and documents to the Portuguese embassy in the country of residence.
The following is necessary to apply for a D6 visa:
- Foreign and domestic passport + photocopies thereof;
- Photo cards of 1st degree relatives;
- Documents confirming an official invitation or enrollment in an educational institution in Portugal (if necessary);
- Valid medical policy;
- The certificate/conclusion of a criminal record from the country of origin is duly legalized;
- A certificate from the Portuguese Border Guard of no criminal record or permission to check your criminal record in Portugal;
- Documents confirming family ties are duly legalized in the country of their issuance;
- Marriage certificate duly legalized in the country of its issuance;
- Birth certificate for children, duly legalized in the country of its issuance;
- Documents confirming the lease or ownership of real estate in Portugal;
- Documents confirming the sources of residence in Portugal for the applicant and each member of his family whom he plans to invite.