Brazil's former president Jair Bolsonaro has applied for a tourist visa to allow him to stay in the United States for six more months, one of his lawyers said in an interview with the British newspaper 'Financial Times.
"Florida will be his temporary home away from home (Brazil)," said the lawyer, Felipe Aleixandre, founder of AG Immigration.
The former president "needs some stability," according to Aleixandre, who has left open the possibility of Bolsonaro applying for a permanent visa.
This comes after Flavio Bolsonaro, son of the former president, suggested over the weekend that his father could return to . . .
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