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            Brazil Visa

Brazil Visa for Madagascar passport holder living in United States of America

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Fill out Brazil tourist visa application form online

and send the following documents to VisaHQ:

a
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.
b
Original, SIGNED Madagascar passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
c
Passport-type photograph: 1. A recent 2'' x 2'' passport-type photo of the applicant, front view, white background. Photo must be taken within the past 6 months.
d
Proof of Status. Copy of Green Card (both sides) or other proof of legal status in the US (such as copy of I-20, US visa, H1B approval notice, US passport, US birth certificate, etc. VisaHQ cannot assist US B1/B2 visa holders at this time.)
e
Proof of Residency. Copy of driver's license, state issued ID, lease, bank statement, school enrollment letter, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address.
f
Itinerary. A copy of complete round trip tickets or a letter signed by a travel agent.
If you will be entering and/or exiting Brazil by LAND please submit:
• Ticketed flight itinerary showing flights into and out of the region.
• A letter addressed to the "Consulate of Brazil, Visa Section" explaining exactly how, when, and where you will be entering and leaving Brazil.
• A copy of your most recent monthly bank statement.
If you will be entering and/or exiting Brazil by SEA please submit:
• Official receipt or boarding pass from the Cruise line listing the applicant as a passenger and showing that the balance has been paid in full.
• Official daily port itinerary from the cruise line listing the applicant as a passenger and showing the port location for each day of the cruise.

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Conference or Seminar. If attending a conference or seminar, a letter of invitation from the organization in Brazil which is hosting the event and a day-by-day itinerary of the event.
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.

Brazil tourist visa fees for citizens of Madagascar

Multiple entry
  • Validity: up to 3 months
  • Processing: 5-7 business days
  • Total cost:
Maximum stay in Brazil: 90 days Brazil visa help
Maximum stay in Brazil: 90 days Brazil visa help
Brazil visa for citizens of Madagascar is required. For more information please contact the nearest Brazil embassy.



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Frequently Asked Questions about Brazil visa
  • Do I need to come to the Consulate to apply for Brazilian e-visa or to pick it up?
    No. The whole process is very convenient and the the applicant obtains the e-visa remotely.
  • How long can I stay in Brazil?
    All visa holders, regardless of nationality or visa validity date, may only stay in Brazil for up to 90 days a year, unless otherwise noted on the visa. An extension of the original 90 days may be granted by the Federal Police Department in Brazil, yet total stay cannot exceed 180 days a year, unless otherwise noted.
  • Do I need to get a Yellow Fever vaccine?
    Consult your primary care physician. Keep in mind that the vaccine should be taken at least 10 days prior to departure.

    As of May 2010, Brazil does not require a yellow fever International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis to enter the country. Yellow fever vaccination is recommended for travelers who plan to visit the following Brazilian states:

     •   Acre
     •   Amapá
     •   Amazonas
     •   Distrito Federal
     •   Goiás
     •   Maranhão
     •   Mato Grosso
     •   Mato Grosso do Sul
     •   Minas Gerais
     •   Pará
     •   Rondonia
     •   Roraima
     •   Tocantins

    In addition to these, it is also recommended for travelers going to the west and south of Bahia, the north of Espírito Santo, the west of Paraná, the south of Piauí, the northwest of São Paulo, as well as the west of the states of Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul.

    Keep in mind that most of the coast of Brazil is not a risk area for yellow fever, except for the north of Espírito Santo and the south of Bahia."
  • If my visa is still valid, but my passport has expired, what do I do?
    If your Brazilian visa is still valid and your passport expires, you can get a new passport (from the authorities of your country) and carry both the new (valid) passport and the old one (with the visa) when you travel to Brazil.
  • For how long is my visa valid?
    Long-duration visas (valid for 5 or 10 years, for instance) are valid from the day they were issued. Short-duration visas (valid for 30 or 90 days, for example) are valid from the date of first entry into Brazil.
United States of America Embassy list in Brazil
  • United States of America Embassy in Brasilia
    Address
    Av. das Nações Qd. 801 - Lt. 03
    70403-900
    Brasilia, DF
    Brazil
    Phone
    +55-61-3312-7000
    Fax
    +55-61-3225-9136
  • United States of America Consulate in Recife
    Address
    Rua Goncalves Maia,
    163, Boa Vista
    Recife,PE
    Brazil
    Phone
    +55-81-3416-3050
    Fax
    +55-81-3231-1906
  • United States of America Consulate in Rio de Janeiro
    Address
    Avenida Presidente Wilson, 147
    Rio de Janeiro, RJ
    Brazil
    Phone
    +55-21-3823-2000
  • United States of America Consulate in Sao Paulo
    Address
    Rua Henri Dunant, 500
    Chácara Santo Antônio
    SP, 04709-110
    São Paulo
    Brazil
    Phone
    +55-11-3250-5000
  • United States of America Consulate in Porto Alegre
    Address
    Av. Assis Brasil, 1889
    Passo d’Areia – Porto Alegre – RS
    Rio Grande do Sul
    Brazil
    Phone
    +55 (51) 3345-6000
Brazil Customs
  • Import Regulations
    Allowed
    • Tobacco products 400 cigarettes or
      25 cigars or
      250 grammes of tobacco
    • Alcoholic beverages 24 units of alcoholic beverages - units classified as either 75cl or 1 litre bottles;
    • 10 units of makeup items
    • Clothes and other articles for personal use
    • Books and periodicals
    • Local and foreign currency greater than BRL 10,000 will need to be declared when entering or leaving the country
    Restricted
    • Flower, plants and plants products will require permission from the Ministry of Agriculture before being granted admission into the country.
    • Meat, egg or fish products will all also require permission from the Ministry of Agriculture before entering the country.
    • Cats, dogs and other animals being imported will need an international health certificate from the country of origin which was issued less than 10 days prior to their arrival. Pets 90 days or older will also require a Rabies vaccination certificate issued 30 days prior to the intended date of arrival.
    Prohibited
    • Illegal drugs
    • Guns, explosives and ammunition
    • Knives and deadly weapons
    • Fresh fruit and vegetables
    • Plant and plant products
    • All species of birds
    • Pets and animals - unless authorised
    • Dairy products including milk, egg and cheese
    • Fish and fish products
    • Cigarettes or alcoholic beverages of Brazilian origin
    • Counterfeit money and goods
    • Hazardous materials
    • Pornographic material
  • Export Regulations
    Allowed
    • No information available
    Restricted
    • No information available
    Prohibited
    • Illegal drugs
    • Guns, explosives and ammunition
    • Knives and deadly weapons
    • Fresh fruit and vegetables
    • Plant and plant products
    • All species of birds
    • Pets and animals - unless authorised
    • Dairy products including milk, egg and cheese
    • Fish and fish products
    • Cigarettes or alcoholic beverages of Brazilian origin
    • Counterfeit money and goods
    • Hazardous materials
    • Pornographic material
  • Health and Security
    Basic health information for travelers to Brazil
    • A yellow fever vaccination is required if travelling from or through a country suffering from the disease. Travellers entering Brazil from non infected regions are instructed to consider obtaining protection from the disease regardless.
    • There is a high risk of Malaria throughout the year in many rural locations below 900m. Areas where the disease is most active include the nine states of the Legal Amazonia region Acre, Amapá, Amazonas, Maranhão (western part), Mato Grosso (northern part), Pará (except Belém City), Rondônia, Roraima and Tocantins. Cases of the disease are less reported in more urban areas and main cities such as Pôrto Velho, Boa Vista, Macapá, Manaus, Santarém and Maraba. The disease is generally found in areas where heavy mining and agriculture is taking place but travellers staying in other areas are still strongly advised to take care to avoid any potential risk of infection.
    • Other insect based diseases found throughout Brazil include Dengue Fever, recent outbreaks of which have been reported from the states of Amazonas, Acre, Ceara, Minas Gerais, Espirito Santo, Parana, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Alagoas, Rio Grande do Sul, and Rio Grande do Norte. Confirmed cases of visceral leishmaniasis and Oropouche Fever have also been noted throughout the country in isolated regions and all travellers should seek out medical attention if infected by any of these diseases.
    • Hepatitis B is also present throughout the entire region and all visitors are instructed to take great care when dealing with bloody or infected needles or if engaging in sexual activity during the course of their visit.
    • Rabies is also present in the bites from wild or infected animals throughout the country and any traveller bitten by these creatures should clean the wound before immediately seeking out medical assistance before serious symptoms develop.
    Basic security information for travelers to Brazil
    • Brazil is a country which currently has a higher than average level of crime and all travellers are strongly advised to take great care when out in busy public locations. Instances of kidnappings and violent assaults are common in Rio and other main cities throughout the country and visitors are urged to avoid public displays of affluence which could potentially attract unwanted attention. Sexual assaults are a possibility and female visitors should take special care if travelling alone after dark.
    • Storms, flash flooding, and landslides are common in the wet season between December and March and all foreign drivers inside the country during this period are urged to avoid driving in potentially hazardous weather conditions.
    • Drug trafficking is widespread throughout Brazil and penalties for any drug related activities are severe. All travellers should take great care to avoid any participation in drugs related activity which could bring them to the attention of the police.
  • Contact Customs Authorities
    For further assistance please contact the Brazilian Customs authorities directly. They will provide the latest information about customs regulations and export-import procedures.

    Brazilian Customs contact information


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