Hélio Vitor Ramos Filho, the General Consul in Miami at the Brazilian Consulate, has improved the services available to the Community in a Great way since his arrival. Not only helping the Brazilian Community and tourists with their most urgent needs, but also supporting Brazilian Art and Language.
Every month the Brazilian Consulate travels to Boca Raton, Orlando, and other cities to facilitate the life of thousands of Brazilians who need to solve a myriad of bureaucratic needs, to keep their citizen obligations up to date in Brazil, The Consulate also provides identification, tourist visas, passports , and information about Brazil to locals.
This month the Brazilian Consulate crew of Officials came to Orlando for the Brazilian Support Day at The First Baptist Orlando Brazilian Ministry, and one more time helped hundreds of people. The event organized by the Brazilian Ministry Leadership committee excelled in provide an environment of support not only social but also religious. All voluntaries served with pleasure, and with the well being of the community in mind. All were served and helped, Besides the regular documentation services, photography services were available, money-orders, postal needs, Banco bo Brazil Americas, http://www.bbamericas.com, Icla da Silva Foundation, and Amor em Pedacos Bakery (Love in Pieces Bakery), were present to help. Saturday and Sunday dedicated to serve the Community.