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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#FindYourAzores Terceira

Dances, Bailinhos and Comedies on the island of Terceira were classified as immaterial heritage. Congratulations to all who participate, promote and bring this joy to life. During four days, between Saturday and Tuesday of Entrudo, hundreds of actors, singers and amateur musicians tour more than 30 stages on Terceira Island, performing free of charge, in […]

Published on 5 August, 2020

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#FindYourAzores Rhode Island

Since the 19th century, the State of Rhode Island has hosted thousands of emigrants from around the world. There were also many Azoreans who worked in textile, jewelery and rubber factories as in the fishing industry. Nowadays several are the abandoned buildings that remind us of other times of industry of this State in the […]

Published on 4 August, 2020

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#FindYourAzores Emigrant Square

We would like to thank the Faria, Papagaio, Silva, Varandas, Simas, Martin’s and Torres families for their contribution to the Emigrant Square, only in this way will we be able to keep our Square alive and promote the culture of our Azores and our Emigration. Anyone who wants to help us with the Plaza, can […]

Published on 3 August, 2020

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Rhode Island, land of Azoreans

Rhode Island is the smallest of the US states, but it was the first colony to declare independence from Britain in 1776. In the last censuses in 2000, there were more than 94,000 Portuguese in RI, most of whom are Azoreans. The cities and towns of the State of Rhode Island with the most Portuguese presence […]

Published on 31 July, 2020

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Today we appreciate the contribution of Paul Cabral, Anna Wood and Maria de Deus Silvestre in the purchase of a plaque at the Emigrant Square, which will help us continue to develop projects that promote the Azores and our Emigration. A big thanks to all those who have helped us with their contributions. If you […]

Published on 30 July, 2020

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BALCONY OF AZORES with Filomeno Jorge

Today we share the second episode of Balcony of Azores. This time we interviewed Filomeno Jorge, a native of Pico Island and an emigrant in Canada.

Published on 29 July, 2020

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On July 26th, it was a day of great happiness with the inauguration of the Square of all of us, the Emigrant Square. Here are some pictures of the opening day. Visit the Emigrant Square’s website in

Published on 28 July, 2020

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The Emigrant Square

Today, we would like to thank the couple Medeiros and Vizinho family for their collaboration with the Praça of all of us, Praça do Emigrante. We also share some photographs of the placement of letters on the floor.

Published on 25 June, 2020

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