CULTURE AND CONVIVENCE

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Of the norms of coexistence

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We observed that our laws are very similar to Venezuelan ones. But here in Brazil there are more inspections, and in case of non-compliance, people can be sanctioned with ammonition, fine or imprisonment, depending on the severity of the lack. We trust you so much that, with a little care and attention from you, there are no problems. There are no laws that are new to you.

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In this chapter we offer some suggestions for behavior that you should pay attention to. Some indications were given based on the experience with internalized families. Otherwise, because we think they are important, until now there have been no problems with any person. Various topics were covered in other chapters of this guide. But there, we wrote to reaffirm the importance of signage.

 

Consejos

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  • Siempre salting your home will have some identification document. I also have your address and cell phone number for nearby people noted on a paper.

 

  • The impuntualidad is considered a lack of respect, especially by professionals of free exercise; es decir, abogados, doctors, dentists, etc. For example, if someone asks for an appointment with a dentist and will call late, it may not be attended and the appointment will be canceled. The dentist could finish upset and cancel the complete treatment.

 

  • The use of seat belts in automobiles is mandatory for all passengers. Children are even allowed to use car seats for children, children under three years old cannot sit in front of the car.

 

  • Don't leave your little soil at home. If you don't get a full-time school, you need to look for a way to work that doesn't involve leaving children at home without adult supervision. In case it could be taken to the Tutelary Council in case it occurs.

 

  • The practice of physical violence and crime will lead to prison. With special attention to cases of violence against women (Ley María de Peña), children and third age.

 

  • Those under 18 years old cannot drink alcoholic beverages. It is forbidden to sell u offer alcohol to minors.

 

  • There are specific areas for smokers.

 

  • Earning money in Brazil is not easy, the Government does not help, therefore, you need to save money and you must not allow your name to be "ensuced" by unpaid fees. It can be very difficult to pay, because the interests are very high and the costs can seriously complicate your life in Brazil. ”

 

  • Try to be very organized in the economic aspect; because here in Brazil, the majority of people receive their salary once a month. Not like in Venezuela, where it gets used that the payment of the nomad can be weekly every five years.

 

  • You need to learn Portuguese - During the first few months everyone will understand how difficult it is to speak our language. But, with the passing of days in the habrá, I apologize and to speak well you need to study. Work with the best remuneration requires a correct Portuguese.

 

  • You see your immigration and Brazilian documents are there every day, just like your job.

A little about Brazil and its culture.

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Haga also makes a difference! The history of immigration in Brazil is the importance of the immigrant in the development of the country. Brazil is a former Portuguese colony of the Americas and was discovered in 1500. The formation of the Brazilian pueblo has on its founding base the indigenous people of different ethnicities, African slaves betrayed mainly from the Midwest, West and Southeast of Africa, highlighting Angola, Mozambique and Nigeria, and the Portuguese colonizers.

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After 1888 when the school was officially abolished, the hackers started to look for another manpower for the sugar cane, the main source of exploitation of the time, found in Italians that they were in Brazil an alternative and around them. financial strength that they could start to facilitate the legate of bad Italian families to Brazil. The Italians were also present in the coffee labors in São Paulo and Minas Gerais, together with Spanish immigrants who started to work in the biggest city in 1880 and Germans who started to go to Brazil in 1820. of Brazil: Much of them were employed in coffee haciendas, but those who longed for their very own part and built very successful villas and cities. He built wheat mills, soap factories, stone cutters and zapaterias, which has today one of the largest poles of the calzado industry in Brazil.

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After 1908 the Japanese also began to emigrate to Brazil as a workforce in the coffee plantation, but they spread throughout the interior of São Paulo, standing out as large producers of fruit and vegetables, some of whom had grown up in Pará, in the north of Brazil, to the plantations of pepper of the kingdom, a species widely used since the great navigations of the siglo XV and XVI, but also a great contribution in the medical and scientific area.

Much of the eastern European countries migrated to Brazil: Ukrainians, Rumanians, Poles, Russians and established themselves in Brazil. The Slovenians wear the technology of a type of cart for the transport of materials and agricultural production that has been used today, dedicated to the planting of corn, beans, vegetables and pope. Disseminated the use of the plow and other agricultural techniques in Paraná.

Los Sirios, Lebanese and Armenians were traveling merchants traveling all over the country, later on becoming big businessmen in the industry and minority and mayor traders. Both Syrians and Lebanese also stood out in the area of ​​politics and medicine.

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After the Second World War a large number of Europeans and other European people came to Brazil as a safe alternative to restart their lives. From the 1960s onwards, Koreans, Chinese and American people immigrated to Brazil and in the last decades, the legion of Chinos and Koreans, which are closely linked to the areas of commerce, industry and technology, has intensified. concentrate factories of the most diverse products that are sold for all the world.

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We must remember that at the moment the deployment of large poblational masses due to armed conflicts and the hambre has betrayed Brazil, Africans, Haitians, Syrians. The communities formed by these groups bring a lot of knowledge of cooking, mainly, and also of arts and historical and geographical knowledge.

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As you can appreciate, Brazil has its ethnic, moral, cultural, folkloric formation totally constituted from the diverse pueblos that here will come. Our cuisine is varied due to the different preparations and species that have been betrayed. Our dances and songs come from the different pubs that here we are considered to be a receptive puberty for having had contact with different tannins from so many places in the world.

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Finally, we want to show you with this brief review that immigrants are welcome to our culture, because we are a country of immigrants.

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So please note, we have decided that the Italians are here, the Germans here ... what they also do is leaving a mark on the image that the Brazilian people who live with will think about Venezuelans in general. Proceed according to the image that you would like to leave. Honor your country. Usted represents the Venezuelan population. We know guerrilla, battling people who teach us how to face challenges with honesty and courage. But there are other people who seem to expect someone to solve problems for them and take a comfortable approach to what happens.

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We encourage you to be part of the group of hardworking and guerrilla people, with great patience in difficult times. That with the strength of the job, the strength, I will win in it. We admire you so much for being able to leave here.

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We are successful at this new stage, as we know that the adaptation process could last for several months. Our goal is to help you adapt faster and more smoothly. We are happy to have so much with us, and we wish you were very happy.

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* This material is part of the brochure of Venezuelan immigrants, prepared by Equipo Brasil Un Corazón que Acoge (Fraternidade sem Fronteira) and Hermanitos.

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