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 Visas & Passports 
Brazilian Visa Requirements 

 If you hold a Passport from a country other than the United States.  PLease click here to see a list of countries that are exempt from a visa requirement to enter Brazil.

Visa Application Requirements
  1. Valid Passport with expiration date at least 6 months after the intended date of arrival in Brazil.
  2. One Visa application form filled in online (per applicant)
  3. One photograph, passport size, color, front view, no head cover, taken within the last six months.  Snapshots, copies and computer photos will notbe accepted
  4. A copy of the round trip or multi-country ticket/itinerary (do not send the original) or a statement from a travel agency, addressed to the Brazilian Consulate, or an e-ticket confirmation.  In all cases, the name of the passenger, the confirmed itinerary, airline/cruise company, flight number/vessel name and dates of arrival in and departure from Brazil must be clearly displayed.
  5. All consular fees must be paid in U. S. Postal Service money order made to the Consulate General of Brazil. Cash, personal checks and credit cards are not accepted.
  6. After all documentation is received by the Consulate, tourist visa applications take 10 (ten) days to be processed.  Longer periods may apply. The Consulate has no rush/expedite service or fees.  Emergency cases may be considered if presented directly by the interested party and all cases must be documented.
  7. All visa applications must be submitted in person, by the applicant, or by an authorized third party (a family member, friend, co-worker, travel agency, visa service).
    -     The visa section is open between 
    9:00 AM and 1:00 PM, from Monday through Friday on a first-come first-served basis (no appointments).  All U.S. national holidays are observed, as well Brazils Independence Day, on September 7.The Consulate General does not accept visa applications sent by mail. 
    Nevertheless, an applicant’s passport may be returned by mail if the applicant or his/her representative leaves a self-addressed pre-paid envelope from the 
    U.S. Postal Service (Express Mail only) at the moment the application is delivered at the Consulate. 
    The Consulate does not receive and it will not send envelopes transported by  FedEx, UPS, DHL and other private carriers.  The Consulate is not responsible for passports lost in the mail. 
Tourist Visa Fees
 NOTE : An additional US$20 fee is applied if your Visa application is not presented in person at the consulate.
 

US citizens - $140.00 non-refundable processing fee per visa is required in reciprocity for an identical fee charged Brazilian citizens applying for a US visa.

Canada $ 65.00
Russia, Japan $ 50.00
Nigeria $ 40.00
Australia $ 35.00
Mexico $ 30.00
Other countries

$ 20.00

Brazil Tourist Visa Application Form

Click here to fill in the Tourist Visa Application form at the Brazilian State Department Website.  Each applicant must present a completed visa application form.  Click VISA REQUEST in the third box.  Then select TOURISM.  Fill in all the information required then print the receipt page with the barcode. (The form contents are stored online at the Brazilian State Department.)  You must affix your photo and sign the form before sumbitting your application.)
 

Click here to find Agencies that can help you get a Brazilian Visa without going to the consulate in person.  These agencies are well connected to the consulates and can usually process your visa quite quickly. Most consulates covered!!!  You can also find same day US passport renewal services

Click here to find the address of the Brazilian consulate that has jurisdiction over your area of residence.
You must mail your application to the appropriate consulate or your application will be rejected.

For more information read the Brazilian Consulate Visa Information page.

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