Brazil visa application and requirements

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Brazil Visa

Brazil visa

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A visa is required for this destination.

Visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days

All travelers will need a PCR negative report, which has been taken 72 hours before departure.

Government of country temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil.

Visa is not required for a stay up to 90 days

All travelers will need a PCR negative report, which has been taken 72 hours before departure.

Government of country temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil.

All travelers will need a PCR negative report, which has been taken 72 hours before departure.

Government of country temporarily suspended permission for foreigners who have been in the UK during the previous 14 days to board flights to Brazil.

Brazil is expected to waive visa requirements beginning June 17th, 2019.

Brazil is expected to waive visa requirements beginning June 17th, 2019.

Brazil is expected to waive visa requirements beginning June 17th, 2019.

Brazil is expected to waive visa requirements beginning June 17th, 2019.

All passengers traveling to Brazil MUST complete Health declaration form within the 72 hours prior to the flight.

Fill out Brazil Courtesy Visa application form online

and send the following documents to VisaHQ:
COVID-19 / Health Insurance for travel to Brazil
  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed application form.

  • Original passport. The passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • Health declaration E-form (questions to this form are included at the end of visa questionnaire). All passengers traveling to Brazil MUST complete Health declaration form within the 72 hours prior to the flight. The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.
    We fill out this from on behalf of you and will send along with your visa itself.

  • Proof of status. A copy of immigration status in the country of residence such as a resident card, work, or study permit. VisaHQ cannot assist US B1/B2 visa holders at this time.

  • Notarized proof of residency. A notarized copy of driver's license, state issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address. The document itself must be notarized. Separate notary letters will not be accepted by the Consulate. Notarization instructions can be found here.

  • Work permit. The host company in Brazil must apply for an authorization via the Ministry of Labor in Brazil. Once the Ministry of Labor in Brazil approves the work contract, the Ministry of Foreign Relations will authorize the Consulate to process the visa.

  • Background Check. Must be issued within the last 3 months (request may be submitted to an FBI-approved Channeler).

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed application form.

  • Original passport. The passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • Health declaration E-form (questions to this form are included at the end of visa questionnaire). All passengers traveling to Brazil MUST complete Health declaration form within the 72 hours prior to the flight. The proof of the filled out form will need to be presented at control points.
    We fill out this from on behalf of you and will send along with your visa itself.

  • Notarized proof of status. A notarized copy of immigration status in the country of residence such as a resident card, work, or study permit. Notarization instructions can be found here. VisaHQ cannot assist US B1/B2 visa holders at this time.

  • Proof of residency. Copy of driver's license, state issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address.

  • Itinerary. A copy of round trip tickets or detailed itinerary for the duration of the trip. The applicant's name must be on itinerary.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance and specifically covering travel to the destination country is required. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Bank statement. A NOTARIZED copy of the applicant's most recent monthly bank statement showing proof of sufficient funds in the amount of R$2000 (USD 900) per month of stay. The statement must clearly show the applicant's name as the account holder, the balances of the accounts, and the date of the statement.
    Sponsored by institution: A NOTARIZED (must be done by a Cartório in Brazil) letter from the sponsoring institution assuring the grant, scholarship, or allowance.
    Sponsored by parents: A NOTARIZED affidavit stating that they will support you and a NOTARIZED copy their most recent monthly bank statement.
    Notarization instructions can be found here.

  • Enrollment Letter. ORIGINAL acceptance letter from the Brazilian college or university indicating the type and duration of studies. Notarization must be done by a Cartório in Brazil. The Brazilian educational institution must be registered with the Ministry of Education in Brazil.
    Students enrolling in short-term language or technical classes, must also provide a copy of the educational institution's registration with the Cadastro Nacional de Pessoas Juridicas (CNPJ).
    Notarization instructions can be found here.

  • Background Check. Must be issued within the last 3 months (request may be submitted to an FBI-approved Channeler).

  • Passport copy. Copy of a machine-readable passport valid for at least 30 days from the arrival date, preferable beyond the return date.

  • Passport-type photograph. Must be uploaded to your applicant profile.

  • Passport copy. Copy of a machine-readable passport valid for at least 30 days from the arrival date, preferable beyond the return date.

  • Passport-type photograph. Must be uploaded to your applicant profile.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed application form.

  • Original passport. Official passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • State Department Letter. A letter from the US Department of State addressed to the "Embassy of Brazil, Washington D.C. ", giving a detailed description of the purpose of travel, the names and addresses of any organizations to be visited, and the dates of the trip. The letter must contain the applicant's name and the passport number and should have a statement confirming that the US Embassy in Brazil will take full responsibility for the applicant.

    OR

    A Diplomatic Note from the Diplomatic Mission, Brazilian Government Agency, or International Organization in Brazil, requesting the visa, addressed to the Division of Immigration.

  • Visa application form. Completed application form for Brazil will be prepared within 5 business hours of order submission, and emailed to you to download, print and sign.

  • Original passport. The passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • Bank statement. A NOTARIZED copy of the applicant's most recent monthly bank statement showing proof of sufficient funds in the amount of R$2000 (USD 900) per month of stay. The statement must clearly show the applicant's name as the account holder, the balances of the accounts, and the date of the statement.
    Sponsored by institution: A NOTARIZED letter from the sponsoring institution assuring the grant, scholarship, or allowance.
    Sponsored by parents: A NOTARIZED affidavit stating that they will support you and a NOTARIZED copy their most recent monthly bank statement.

  • Health insurance. Proof of international health insurance and specifically covering travel to the destination country is required. Applicants can get a free quote and purchase valid travel insurance from our affiliate.

  • Background Check. Original document issued by the FBI within the past 60 days containing sufficient info on the applicant (full name, address, date of birth, SSN, ID type, etc.) and showing a non-criminal record.

  • Birth certificate. A copy of birth certificate or any other official document that shows the applicant's parents’ full names. This same document will be needed later in Brazil at the moment the applicant completes their registration at Brazilian Federal Police Department(required within 30 days of arrival).

  • Business registration. A copy of the host organization's Certificate of Incorporation or business registration in the country of destination.

  • Invitation letter. A business invitation letter from the sponsoring company in Nigeria. The letter should be printed on company letterhead stationery, addressed to "The Consulate of Country}, Visa Section", and signed by a senior manager. The business letter must adhere to the following guidelines:
    • Briefly introduce the applicant (please specify employment status/position held in the company by applicant).
    • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.) and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in destination country.
    • Specify the type and desired validity of the visa (ie. a one year multiple entry business visa).The invitee should also accepting full immigration responsibilities.
    Please note that inviter's signature in the invitation letter should be the same as per their passport (not short or different signature).

  • Proof of residency. Copy of driver's license, state issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address.

  • Proof of Employment. A letter from your employer stating your current employment status.

  • Term of Commitment. Applicant must sign and have this form NOTARIZED in order to apply for the Scientific Research visa. The form can be found here. Notarization instructions can be found here.

  • Visa application form. Fully completed and signed application form.

  • Original passport. The passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • Proof of residency. Copy of driver's license, state issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address.

  • Itinerary. A copy of round trip tickets or a letter signed by a travel agent with confirmed round trip tickets.

  • Resume. A copy of the applicant's current resume.

  • Background Check. Must be issued within the last 3 months (request may be submitted to an FBI-approved Channeler).

  • Birth certificate. A copy of birth certificate or any other official document that shows the applicant's parents’ full names. This same document will be needed later in Brazil at the moment the applicant completes their registration at Brazilian Federal Police Department (required within 30 days of arrival).

  • Authorization Letter. A legal authorization from Headquarters of the Religious Institution abroad, conferring powers to its representative in Brazil to accept the conditions under which said Institution will be allowed to function in the country.

  • Ordination certificate. Notarized copy of applicant’s ordination certificate and/or diploma and school transcript for theological studies. Notarization instructions can be found here.

  • Financial Support. Financial affidavit drawn at a "Cartório" by the religious or missionary organization in Brazil, guaranteeing the maintenance of the applicant and his/her family in Brazil and their repatriation at term.

  • Company profile. Charter and bylaws of the religious or missionary organization in Brazil.

  • Letter of Incorporation. A certified copy of the Certificate of Incorporation of the Board of Directors General Assembly (Ata de Constituição) that created the institution and authorized its operations in Brazil.

  • Documents of Family Members. Marriage certificate, birth certificate or other official dependency document for spouse/ children /dependents and other immediate family members as applicable. This document must be legalized by the Consulate or Embassy of Brazil.

  • Visa application form. Completed application form for Brazil will be prepared within 5 business hours of order submission, and emailed to you to download, print and sign.

  • Original passport. The passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • Passport-type photograph. Please upload a digital copy of your photo to your order.

  • Business Support Letter. A letter from the sending organization, containing the following information in order
    • Full name (first/middle/last).
    • Passport Number.
    • Official title.
    • Name of Government Department/Agency/Organization.
    • Point of contact in the United States.
    • Date of departure from the United States.
    • Date of arrival in Brazil.
    • City of arrival in Brazil.
    • Cities to be visited.
    • Duration of stay in Brazil.
    • A detailed explanation of the purpose of the trip.
    • Point of contact in Brazil and contact information.

  • Visa application form. Completed application form for Brazil will be prepared within 5 business hours of order submission, and emailed to you to download, print and sign.

  • Original passport. The passport must be valid at least 6 months after the intended date of departure from the territory of the destination country and has at least 2 blank visa pages.

  • Passport-type photograph. Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. You may also choose to upload a photo to your order for us to print. There is a charge associated with this service.

  • Proof of residency. Copy of driver's license, state issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address.

  • Birth certificate. A copy of birth certificate or any other official document that shows the applicant's parents’ full names. This same document will be needed later in Brazil at the moment the applicant completes their registration at Brazilian Federal Police Department(required within 30 days of arrival).

  • Business Support Letter. Hard copy required. A business letter from the sending company in the US. The letter should be printed on company letterhead stationery, addressed to "The Consulate of Brazil", and signed by a senior manager (The original signature must be on the letter). The business letter must adhere to the following guidelines:
    • Briefly introduce the applicant (please specify employment status/position held in the company by applicant).
    • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.) and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in Brazil.
    • State the expected duration of the visit and the periodicity of any future trips.
    • Guarantee of sufficient funds for travel.
    • State that the goal of the visa applicant's trip to Brazil is strictly for business meetings not involving any technical assistance or training.

    Furthermore, the sending company shall specifically attest to each of the following statements:
    • The visa applicant will maintain his or her residency in the United States.
    • The visa applicant's trip to Brazil is of a short-term nature.
    • The visa applicant has no intention to immigrate to Brazil and will not exceed the legally authorized stay per visit.

  • Invitation letter. A business invitation letter from the sponsoring company in destination country. The letter should be printed on company letterhead stationery, addressed to "The Consulate of destination country}, Visa Section", and signed by a senior manager. The business letter must adhere to the following guidelines:
    • Briefly introduce the applicant (please specify employment status/position held in the company by applicant).
    • State the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.) and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in destination country.
    • Specify the type and desired validity of the visa (ie. a one year multiple entry business visa).The invitee should also accepting full immigration responsibilities.
    Please note that inviter's signature in the invitation letter should be the same as per their passport (not short or different signature).

  • Business registration. A copy of the host organization's Certificate of Incorporation or business registration in the country of destination.

Unfortunately, at this time VisaHQ does not provide service for

A visa is not required for this destination.

Additional information
  • Additional requirements for applicants born in the former USSR or Russia
    Copy of USSR passport with a stamp stating you left for “permanent residence abroad”, dated prior to February 6, 1992;
    Or a copy of a “Visa to Israel” issued prior to February 6, 1992;
    Or a copy of a Certificate of Naturalization issued prior to 1996;
    Or a document confirming the renunciation of your Russian citizenship;
    Or a copy of the main pages of a passport of a former USSR state, issued after February 1992;
    Or a written statement of explanation, in the case that you have no documentation.
  • In accordance with Russian law, visas can not be issued to Russian citizens with expired passports. We remind you that in accordance to Article 12 of Russian Law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”, children born to two parents who are Russian citizens, automatically gain Russian citizenship, regardless of the place of birth. In this case visas are not issued, and they must apply for Russian citizenship, or have their information written into the passport of one of their parents, or obtain a Russian passport.If applying for a minor, please provide a copy of their Birth Certificate, in which it is evident that at least of the parents is not a citizen of the Russian Federation.
  • The embassy may request additional documents and a personal interview at their discretion.
  • Additional required documents for minors
    Birth certificate. A copy of the applicant's birth certificate.
    Letter of consent. A notarized letter of consent signed by both parents, specifying who will be traveling with the child and authorizing the Consulate to issue a visa to the child.
    Parents' passport copies. A copy of the information pages of both parents' signed passports.
  • Additional information for self-employed and unemployed travelers
    Please provide a copy of the applicants most recent bank statement.
  • Additional required documents for applicants of Brazilian Origin:
    Brazilian citizens, even those with dual citizenship, must enter and leave Brazil with a Brazilian passport. If the applicant was born in Brazil and no longer holds the Brazilian citizenship, documented proof of loss of citizenship must be presented along with the visa application.
  • Additional required documents for Technical Assistance and Technology Transfer Work Visa
    For qualified professionals whose employer (non-Brazilian company) has a contract, cooperation agreement or partnership with a Brazilian company and are being requested to perform short term technical assistance or technology transfer.
    Technical Assistance and Technology Transfer Work Visas CANNOT be granted for administrative, financial or management services.
    Copy of Brazilian company's registration with the “Cadastro Nacional de Pessoas Jurídicas” (CNPJ).
    Original Notarized Letter from the sponsoring company in Brazil, on their letterhead stationery and signed by a senior manager (original signature acknowledged by a “Cartório”) stating the following information:
    Name, CNPJ, address and nature of business of the Brazilian company;
    Senior manager of Brazilian company’s name, title and capacity to act on behalf of the Brazilian sponsoring company;
    Name(s) of person(s) to be contacted in Brazil in case the Consulate needs additional information, their phone number(s) and function at the Brazilian company;
    Detailed information concerning services to be rendered to the Brazilian company;
    Name and address of the company in the US contracted by the Brazilian company to provide technical services.
    Name, phone number and email of manager of the company in the US in case additional information is deemed necessary;
    Full name, nationality, passport number, profession and brief description of the qualification (education and experience) of the applicant;
    Expected travel dates of trip to Brazil;
    Responsibility of the Brazilian company for applicant's stay in Brazil and his/her return to the country of origin;
  • From December 30, 2020, all travelers to Brazil by air (Brazilians and foreigners) must present the following documents to the airline before boarding:
    1) Traveler’s Health Declaration (DSV): filled out (in print or digitally) agreeing to sanitary measures that must be complied with during the traveler’s time in Brazil. Note: the Brazilian government has not issued the specifics of this document yet but it is understood that the form will be distributed prior to boarding the airplane to Brazil. For further questions on this document, please contact your airline.
    2) Negative COVID-19 test: specifically, a document from a laboratory test (RT-PCR) for screening for infection by SARS-CoV-2, with a negative/non-reactive result, performed within 72 hours prior to the moment of boarding; Please see below further clarifications from the Brazilian government regarding the required COVID-19 test:
    The COVID-19 test must be a document from a laboratory test (RT-PCR) for screening for infection by SARS-CoV-2, with a negative/non-reactive result, performed within 72 hours prior to the moment of boarding;
    The document must be presented in Portuguese, Spanish or English;
    The test must be carried out in a laboratory recognized by the health authority of the country of departure;
    Children under the age of twelve who are traveling with a companion are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 test provided that all companions present the required negative/non-reactive COVID-19 tests. However, children aged two or over and less than twelve years old who are traveling unaccompanied must present proof of the negative/non-reactive COVID-19 test; Children under the age of two years are exempt from presenting a negative COVID-19 test;
    In the event of travel to Brazil with connections or stopovers where the traveler remains in a restricted area of the airport, the seventy-two hour period applies for prior to boarding the first flight of the trip. While Brazil has opened its border to visitors traveling by air, U.S. citizens considering international travel should be aware that Brazil remains at a Level 4 Travel Advisory (Do Not Travel) and continues to experience high daily case numbers of COVID-19. While Brazil no longer requires proof of health insurance to enter the country, the U.S. Department of State continues to recommend that all travelers purchase insurance before departing the United States or verify that their existing health insurance will cover them while abroad. The U.S. government does not provide health insurance for U.S. citizens overseas and does not pay medical bills.
    Effective December 25, international flights to Brazil originating in or passing through the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are prohibited on a temporary basis. Foreign travelers who are coming from or passing through the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the last fourteen days will not be permitted to embark on flights to Brazil.
    Foreigners who are in a land border country and need to cross the border to embark on a flight back to their country of residence may enter Brazil with authorization from the Federal Police and must follow the below steps:
    1. The foreigner must obtain an official note from the Embassy or consulate of the country of citizenship (U.S. citizens should reach out to the closest Embassy or consulate for assistance);
    2. When crossing the border, the air tickets for the flight to the home country must be presented to the immigration official;
    3. After approval of the request, the foreigner must go directly to the airport upon crossing the land border.
  • From December 30, 2020, travelers in the following categories are exempt from the land border entry restrictions:
    Permanent residents of Brazil;
    National Immigration Registry Card Holders (Registro Nacional Migratório – RNM);
    Foreign professionals employed by a non-governmental aid organization recognized by the Brazilian government;
    Foreign officials accredited by the Brazilian government;
    Spouse, domestic partner, son or daughter, father or mother, or caregiver of a Brazilian citizen;
    Any person whose entrance into Brazil is deemed by the government to be in the public interest.
  • Additional required documents for minors (under 18):
    Birth certificate. A NOTARIZED copy of the applicant's birth certificate. (An original birth certificate will be accepted in lieu of a notarized copy.)
    Letter of consent. A NOTARIZED letter of consent from the DC Embassy, signed by both parents. This form is available here.
    Application form. Applicants under 18 years of age are considered minors and cannot sign their visa application forms. Instead, the forms must be signed by one or both parents (signatures on this form do not need to be notarized).
    Polio vaccination. For applicants between the ages of 3 months and 6 years, a certificate of vaccination against Polio is required. If the child cannot be inoculated, please submit a notarized letter from the child's physician.
  • Additional required documents for applicants of Brazilian Origin:
    Brazilian citizens, even those with dual citizenship, must enter and leave Brazil with a Brazilian passport. If the applicant was born in Brazil and no longer holds the Brazilian citizenship, documented proof of loss of citizenship must be presented along with the visa application.
  • Minors of Brazilian Parents who are not Brazilian
    Minor applicants with parents of Brazilian origin who are not Brazilians must fill out this form. The form can be found here.
  • Most rejections are due to low quality photographs. Please ensure you upload
  • The image MUST meet the following specifications:
    The photo must be a full, centered headshot of only the face and shoulders.
    The photo must show a full front view of the face with the top of the shoulders squared to the camera. The head must not be tilted to the side.
    The applicant must have a neutral facial expression (no smiling, mouth closed) and look directly at the camera.
    The photo must be clear, sharp, and in-focus, with no blurry or shaded areas. To avoid glare or shadows, the lighting must be uniform across the face and shoulders, including around the ears and in the background.
    The photo must show the applicant’s natural skin tone.
    The photo must be taken against a plain white or light-colored background. There must be enough contrast that the applicant’s features and clothing are easily distinguishable from the backdrop.
    The applicant’s shoulders, ears, and eyebrows have to be clearly visible with no hair (e.g. bangs) covering them.
  • Additional required documents for minors
    Birth certificate
    Parent/legal guardian 1 passport biodata page
    Parent/legal guardian 2 passport biodata page
    Photo of Parent/legal guardian 1
    Photo of Parent/legal guardian 2
    Additional document to justify if only 1 parent details are provided eg(e.g. authorization form death certificate, birth certificate, single parent custody legal document etc.)
    Consent Letter for Minors signed by both parents / legal guardian. You can download the authorization letter here
  • IMPORTANT:
    Applicants who:
    have been expulsed or deported from Brazil;
    have been accused of practicing terrorist acts, genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes or crimes of aggression in the terms established by the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court;
    have been arrested or convicted for any offense or willful crime;
    had their name included in a sanction list by the Brazilian government or by an international organism;
    have ever had a restraining order or protective order against them related to a person who currently is in Brazil;
    have a communicable disease of public health significance;
    have ever been unlawfully present, overstayed the amount of time granted by an immigration official or otherwise violated the terms of a Brazilian visa;
    have been previously refused a visa to Brazil
    Are ineligible for e-Visa and must instead apply for a visa at the nearest Brazilian Consulate. Please contact VisaHQ for more information.
  • Most rejections are due to low quality photographs. Please ensure you upload
  • The image MUST meet the following specifications:
    The photo must be a full, centered headshot of only the face and shoulders.
    The photo must show a full front view of the face with the top of the shoulders squared to the camera. The head must not be tilted to the side.
    The applicant must have a neutral facial expression (no smiling, mouth closed) and look directly at the camera.
    The photo must be clear, sharp, and in-focus, with no blurry or shaded areas. To avoid glare or shadows, the lighting must be uniform across the face and shoulders, including around the ears and in the background.
    The photo must show the applicant’s natural skin tone.
    The photo must be taken against a plain white or light-colored background. There must be enough contrast that the applicant’s features and clothing are easily distinguishable from the backdrop.
    The applicant’s shoulders, ears, and eyebrows have to be clearly visible with no hair (e.g. bangs) covering them.
  • IMPORTANT:
    Applicants who:
    have been expulsed or deported from Brazil;
    have been accused of practicing terrorist acts, genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes or crimes of aggression in the terms established by the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court;
    have been arrested or convicted for any offense or willful crime;
    had their name included in a sanction list by the Brazilian government or by an international organism;
    have ever had a restraining order or protective order against them related to a person who currently is in Brazil;
    have a communicable disease of public health significance;
    have ever been unlawfully present, overstayed the amount of time granted by an immigration official or otherwise violated the terms of a Brazilian visa;
    have been previously refused a visa to Brazil
    Are ineligible for e-Visa and must instead apply for a visa at the nearest Brazilian Consulate. Please contact VisaHQ for more information.
  • Additional required documents for applicants of Brazilian Origin:
    Brazilian citizens, even those with dual citizenship, must enter and leave Brazil with a Brazilian passport. If the applicant was born in Brazil and no longer holds the Brazilian citizenship, documented proof of loss of citizenship must be presented along with the visa application.

Brazil Courtesy Visa fees for citizens of United States of America

Type of visaValidityProcessingEmbassy feeService feeTaxTotal cost
Single entry (90 days stay)Up to 90 days20 business days$290.00$239.00$0.00$529.00
Multiple entry (90 days stay)Up to 90 days15 business days$0.00$209.00$0.00$209.00
Multiple entry (90 days stay)Up to 90 days15 business days$0.00$239.00$0.00$239.00
Multiple entryUp to 90 days20 business days$160.00$129.00$0.00$289.00
Multiple entry (90 days stay)Up to 1 year20 business days$250.00$239.00$0.00$489.00
Multiple entry (90 days stay)Up to 90 days15 business days$250.00$239.00$0.00$489.00
Multiple entry (90 days stay)Up to 90 days20 business days$290.00$239.00$0.00$529.00
Health form2 business days$0.00$30.00$0.00$30.00
(90 days stay)
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Single entry
entries
Up to 90 days
Validity
20 business days
to get your visa
$529.00
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Multiple entry
entries
Up to 90 days
Validity
15 business days
to get your visa
$209.00
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(90 days stay)
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Multiple entry
entries
Up to 90 days
Validity
15 business days
to get your visa
$239.00
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Multiple entry
entries
Up to 90 days
Validity
20 business days
to get your visa
$289.00
price starts at
(90 days stay)
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Multiple entry
entries
Up to 1 year
Validity
20 business days
to get your visa
$489.00
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(90 days stay)
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Multiple entry
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Up to 90 days
Validity
15 business days
to get your visa
$489.00
price starts at
(90 days stay)
stay
Multiple entry
entries
Up to 90 days
Validity
20 business days
to get your visa
$529.00
price starts at
stay
Health form
entries
Validity
2 business days
to get your visa
$30.00
price starts at
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All passports are
covered for up to
500

We take our job seriously. All passports that are submitted to VisaHQ for processing are covered for up to $500 against any loss or damage. If you choose FedEx when applying online, we will even cover your passport in transit to us and from us to you.

Your peace of mind is our greatest reward

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  • Washington, DC
    Address
    VisaHQ.com Inc.
    2005 Massachusetts Ave. NW
    Washington, DC 20036-1030
    Phone
    800-345-6541800-345-6541
    Working Hours
    For calls: Mo-Fr, 8:30 am - 8:30 pm ET
    For calls: Mo-Fr, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm ET
  • San Francisco, CA
    Address
    VisaHQ.com Inc.
    870 Market Street
    #888
    San Francisco, CA 94102
    Phone
    800-345-6541800-345-6541
    Working Hours
    For calls: Mo-Fr, 5:30 am - 5:30 pm PT
    For calls: Mo-Fr, 9:00 am - 5:30 pm PT
  • Houston, TX
    Address
    VisaHQ.com Inc.
    2101 Crawford st
    Suite 109
    Houston, TX 77002
  • Chicago, IL
    Address
    VisaHQ.com Inc.
    1 E. Erie St
    Suite 525
    Chicago, IL 60611

Frequently Asked Questions about Brazil visa

      Brazil Embassy list in United States of America

      Brazil Customs

      Import Regulations Export Regulations Health and Security Contact Customs Authorities
          Brazilian Customs contact information
          For further assistance please contact the Brazilian Customs authorities directly. They will provide the latest information about customs regulations and export-import procedures.

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          For additional information about travel restrictions, security warnings, political updates, and basic travel guidelines, please contact the nearest Brazilian Embassy.

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