Complaints about immigration have sparked a surprising Right-wing moment in Portugal’s latest elections. The immigrants in question? Remote workers and passport bros, mostly Americans, who have flocked to the European country by the thousands to enjoy half-priced rent.

Portugal’s centre-right party is set to lead a minority government, with the socialists coming in second place. But the country’s Right-wing Chega party performed unusually well and could have considerable sway in the new government, thanks in large part to complaints about immigration and economic woes. Time will tell if Right-wingers will give expats the boot.