Land of Adoption

We are Azoreans, yes, but we are also, related to the land of adoption. And this gives us a sensitivity, neither better nor worse, but different, that we want to share with our Homeland.


For the Emigrant, for our Emigration: MAKE A PARTNER AND HELP US HELP!     We do not have quotas obligation, donations are accepted … Check our page and register online. We want to be a bridge, a facilitator, between the Diaspora and the motherland.


This Association is an independent body made up of citizens of this land, engaged voluntarily to serve it.


AEA – The Association of Azorean Emigrants, pretends to be a bridge, a facilitator between the Diaspora and the homeland. Thus it will be a sort of House of the Azores in the Azores and with the Azores Houses in the Diaspora, to establish a privileged relationship and collaboration.

Promote pluralism

For the achievement of its objectives the Association aims to be a facilitator with the responsible institutions, promoting pluralism within the association as well as tolerance and respect for differences, among others.

Element of meeting

We want to be an element of meeting between all the Azorean returnees, in fellowship, and in finding solutions to bureaucratic issues.


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Till one day André Bradford

Socialist MEP Andre Bradford, who suffered an episode of syncope and cardiorespiratory arrest ten days ago, confirmed to the DN socialist source the news advanced by the Eastern Azorean. André Bradford, 48, a native of Ponta Delgada, married and the father of two young children, served as the leader of the PS parliamentary group in […]

Published on 20 July, 2019

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Justin Trudeau and Portugal

We recognize that the immigration wave of Portuguese who first arrived here in the 1960s and 1970s built this city (Toronto) and this country, “Justin Trudeau said in a Sunday interview on multicultural Canadian channel Omni Television. “The contributions of the Portuguese community have been enormous, ranging from small businesses, teachers, academics, to leaders in […]

Published on 18 July, 2019

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East Providence and the Sister Cities

Yesterday was another day of rapprochement between the Azores and our communities. An entourage including Gregg Amore – Rhode Island State Representative; Valarie Lawson – Rhode Island Senator; Roberto DaSilva – Mayor of City of East Providence, RI; Joe Serodio – State Representative for District 64, East Providence, Rhode Island visited the Ribeira Grande and […]

Published on 17 July, 2019

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Emigrant Square

#FindYourAzores Emigrant Square The Square of the Emigrant has already begun its works. You can still have your memory or your family registered on our granite stone. We have bricks of two sizes and can choose to leave the mark of your family, company or other. Participate and help us with your contribution to help […]

Published on 27 June, 2019

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Marco Borges SMTV

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Marco Borges, a promoter of Azorean culture and history through SMTV, a channel that has done so much for deserving its place in the Azores and the Azorean Diaspora  

Published on 25 June, 2019

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Sanjoaninas 2019

It was another year of great color and joy in the Sanjoaninas of Terceira. This year the theme marks the anniversary of the arrival in Angra of king D. Afonso VI, which took place on June 17, 1669. Angra – GIFT of the King and of the PEOPLE  

Published on 24 June, 2019

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Povoação, beautiful carpets

It was celebrated this week the biggest religious festival of Povoação and one of the most beautiful of the Azores with its beautiful flower carpets.  

Published on 21 June, 2019

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Whales and Azoreans in the States

#FindYourAzores Whaling Whaling was very important in the Azores, but it was also responsible for the first Azoreans to know American lands. The first Azoreans to tread on American soil, were aboard the American whalers in the nineteenth century. In the Azores, the last whale was hunted in 1985.

Published on 19 June, 2019

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