Since biblical times, immigration has been constant in human history.
In the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th, Brazil was targeted by waves of immigrants from Europe and Asia.
The immigrants surely were a factor in our country’s development. But the economic and political downturns in Brazil also made it a nation of emigrants, and nearly three million people crossed the Atlantic to reside and work in other countries around the world.
People also start their pursuit for their origins, and many Brazilians figure out that they are entitled to a foreign nationality.