What are some things you must know when planning on having a Baby in Brazil?
In Part 1 of the Giving Birth in Brazil Series, I will be covering must knows such as: Birthing in Brazil in a nutshell, being pregnant in Brazil, flying while pregnant and immigration, what kind of visa you should have.
Maybe you are currently in Brazil and the thought of giving birth there is not so foreign or maybe you aren’t in Brazil and the thought of giving birth there is very foreign?
Either way, there are some very common things that you must know in order to avoid problems and make everything as smooth as possible.
No matter what though, the most important piece of advice I can give you to start with is to keep your eyes on the goal: delivering a beautiful, healthy Brazilian baby.
If you aren’t sure why you should have a Baby in Brazil, make sure you check out the hub page for this series titled “Why Have a Baby in Brazil” – instant citizenship for the child plus permanent residency is a couple of reasons.
Birthing in Brazil in a Nutshell
In most countries, the common and preferred method of delivery is via natural birth.
I once heard a statistic claiming that up to 90% of births in Brazil are delivered via Cesarean. Wow!