Immigration from other South American countries to Brazil

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Non-Lusophone South Americans in Brazil
Sul-americanos não-lusófonos no Brasil,
Hispano-sul-américo-brasileiro
Sudamericanos no-lusófonos en Brasil, Hispano-sudamero-brasileño
Total population

500,000 Uruguayans[1]

150,000 Chileans[2]

200,000 Bolivians[3]

60,000 Argentines[4]

60,000 Paraguayans[5]

20,000 Peruvians[6]
Regions with significant populations

Brazil:

Mainly Southeastern and Southern Brazil
Border regions and some metropolises along Center-West and Northern Brazil
Languages
Spanish  · Portuguese
Minority: Uruguayan Portuguese-based mixed language  · Guaraní  · Aymara
possibly other Amerindian languages, Guyanese Creole and Sranan Tongo
Religion
Christianity (mostly Roman Catholicism, some Protestantism)  · possibly mentionable Irreligion, Amerindian folk religions and others
Related ethnic groups
Argentinians  · Uruguayans  · Chileans  · Peruvians  · Bolivians  · Paraguayans
other Brazilian, Hispanic and Hispanophone people

Immigration from other South American countries to Brazil refers to the movement of people from other South American countries to Brazil.

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