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ⓘ Venezuelan Brazilians




                                     

ⓘ Venezuelan Brazilians

Venezuelan Brazilians are individuals of full, partial, or predominantly Venezuelan ancestry, or a Venezuelan-born person residing in Brazil. Until the early 2010s, the immigration of this group was little expressive compared to the immigration of other South American peoples such as Argentines, Bolivians or Paraguayans, but because of the crisis in Venezuela promoting by Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro for the Bolivarian Revolution, the Bolivarian Republic saw hundreds of people become refugees in other parts of Latin America, including Brazil, which today is one of the 10 countries with more Venezuelans in the world.

By the beginning of the 2020, more than 200.000 of Venezuelans have migrated to the country looking for refuge.

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