According to recent data from the Foreigners and Borders Service (SEF), the main foreign communities residing in Portugal are composed of citizens of Brazil, the United Kingdom, Cape Verde, India, Italy, Angola, France, Ukraine, Romania and Nepal.
Brazil is the country with the highest number of residents in Portugal, with over 233,000 registered people. The United Kingdom is in second place, with around 37,000 residents, followed closely by Cape Verde, with 35,000 citizens. India and Italy also have significant communities in Portugal, with 34,000 and 34,000 citizens respectively.
Other countries with large communities in Portugal include Angola, France, Ukraine, Romania and Nepal. Each of these communities contributes to the cultural and economic diversity of Portugal, bringing their own history, customs and skills to the country.
It is important to note that these data can vary over time and that these communities may also vary between different regions of the country. However, these data show the importance of immigration to Portugal and the cultural diversity that is found in the country.