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|Overview||Cape Verde is made up of 10 isles floating in the Atlantic Ocean, 500 kilometres off the coast of Senegal. They’re still fairly new to the travel circuit, but with their out-of-this-world beaches and lively surf, they’re quickly making a name for themselves.|
|VISA Info||The Cape Verde Government have announced that as of May 2018, a number of European and British passport holders will no longer be required to pay 25 Euros for a Tourist Entry visa to Cape Verde. However, until that time or when put into practice, tourists from those countries will be required to pre-pay or pay on arrival for a tourist entry visa which will limit each person to a maximum stay in Cape Verde of up to 30 days.|
|Work Permit||Working in Cape Verde will require you to have a Residence permit, known as Residencia. There are two types of Residencia: a permanent or temporary Autorizaçao de Residencia. The first, the unrestricted residence permit, is rarely issued today. Since mid-2002, all new permanent permits must be extended every 5 years in Praia. The temporary Residencia has to be renewed annually in any case. The document has two blank pages attached to it with the heading Revalidaçoes (= renewals of validity). The official procedure of issuing a Residencia, which means the processing of all submitted documents, can take up to two years. Although you can already incorporate your company during the process, for example, its operation is hardly worthwhile due to high import and export taxes. A special import licence is required to enjoy lower tax rates, which again is dependent on the Residencia.|
|Tax & Social Security||Resident companies are subject to a tax rate of 25%, where taxable income corresponds to the profit less any tax benefits and any losses carried forward, as stated in the tax return. The tax rate of 25% is also applicable for PEs of non-resident companies. Non-resident companies without a PE are subject to WHT rates applicable for each income category foreseen in the Tax Code, which range between 1% and 20%.|
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|Climate||August is the hottest month in Cape Verde with an average temperature of 81°F (27°C) and the coldest is January at 73°F (23°C) with the most daily sunshine hours at 9 in April. The wettest month is September with an average of 77mm of rain.|
|Things to do||Praia de Atalanta , Pico de Antónia|
|Food to try||Cachupa, Lagosta suada, Percebes|
|Locals Attitude||Warm and welcoming|
|Transport||ost transportation in Cape Verde is done by plane. There are regular flights to and from the major islands (Santiago, Sal and São Vicente), with less frequent flights to the other islands. Boat transportation is also available|
|Where Expats hang out||Porto Grande Bay|
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