In the last ten years, Brazil has experienced the largest wave of emigration in its history -survey

The number of Brazilians currently living outside the country is 4,215,800, which represents 2% of the country's total population. However, this number pales when Mexico, for example, is used as a comparison. There, 11% live outside their home country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Survey applied by the Brazilian Foreign Relations Secretariat unveiled this Monday that the number of Brazilians living abroad went from 1,898,762 in 2012, to 4,215,800 at present, which represents an increase of 122% in that period of time.

The information provided by the consulates of the country in 2020 adds that this is the largest migratory flow in history, and it is estimated that around 2% of the inhabitants of Brazil live in a foreign nation.

This number pales when Mexico, for example, is used as a comparison. There, 11% live . . .

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