|Apply Brazil Tourist Visa Application Online.|
|Type of Visa||Visa Category||No. of Entry||Visa Validity||Stay Validity||Processing Time||Visa Fee|
|90 Days Visa||Tourist Visa||Multiple Entry||2 Years||90 Days||4 - 5 Days||65.0USD|
Brazil, a place known for its exotic rainforests and wildlife, is on every avid traveler's list. Perhaps the most well-known monument of Brazil, Christ the Redeemer, stands tall in Rio de Janeiro overlooking the beautiful country of Brazil. Sugarloaf mountain is another attraction which offers pristine views from the top and has a cableway to transport you in style from one place to the other and Copacabana's famous crescent-shaped beach is sure to leave you mesmerized. Fernando de Noronha is visited by lovers of islands and aquatic life while on the other hand, if you want to visit beautiful cafes offering old-school vibes and art galleries, do go to Santa Teresa in Rio de Janeiro. Try Moqueca and Brigadeiros, the famous delicacies of Brazil to gain a different experience altogether. If you are not a citizen of one of the visa-exempt countries , you will need a visa to visit the country of Brazil. E-visa is available for Brazil and is the easiest way to obtain a visa.
|Citizens of the following countries can get a 90-day tourist visa, renewable for a similar period.|
|Australia||American Samoa||Canada||Christmas Island||Cocos Island||Japan|
|United States of America|
|Mostly Visited Countries to Brazil.|
|Brazil visa for Australia||Brazil visa for American Samoa||Brazil visa for Canada||Brazil visa for Christmas Island|
|Brazil visa for Cocos Island||Brazil visa for Japan||Brazil visa for United States|
If you are planning to go to Brazil for private purposes like visiting your friends and family or going for a vacation, you need to have a tourist visa in place. Tourist visa-on-arrival is not available for Brazil and therefore you will have to apply for an e-visa or get it beforehand from your nearest Brazilian diplomatic mission.
People planning to go to Brazil for business purposes or for representing their company have to apply for a business visa. The institute or organization you will be visiting has to send you an invitation letter and your passport has to be valid for at least 6 months beyond your period of stay.
A Brazilian visa allows you to visit the country for at most 90 days at a stretch and is valid for 2 years from the date of issue.
A consular visa is the one which you can obtain from your nearest diplomatic mission of the country. It takes longer than an e-visa but is possible for a lot of countries.
You cannot transfer an e-visa for Brazil between passports. If the details of an expired passport are on a Brazil e-visa, the electronic visa will no longer be valid and the visa holder will need to reapply for a new visa if they want to return to Brazil.
The passport details entered during the online application process must correspond exactly to the passport used to travel. A visitor cannot enter the details of one passport and then travel with the other one, otherwise, the electronic visa will not be valid.
All visitors, including children under the age of 18, need to apply for a visa to enter Brazil. This includes very young children traveling on their parent's laps.
The validity of a visa is decided by the Consul on a case-by-case basis. Yes, it remains valid for several other visits during the validity of the visa. The only restriction is that you cannot stay in Brazil for more than 90 consecutive days each time you go.
Yes. A notarized letter from the children's other parent authorizing the Consulate to issue the visas for the minors must be presented together with the applications. There is only one exception to this rule: when the parent who is traveling is the sole guardian of the children as decided by a Judge (in that case, please present a certified copy of the court order).
No. The Consulate needs a blank page on your passport in order to issue the visa. If you do not have a blank page, please have some more pages added to your passport or get yourself a new one.
No. You can travel to Brazil carrying your expired passport, with the Brazilian visa stamped on it, and your new passport.
The name on the visa has to match with the one on the valid passport. In this case, it is advisable that you apply for a new visa in order to avoid problems with the Brazilian immigration authorities.
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