Visa Information to Brazil
How to apply for a tourist visa to Brazil
Brazil requires many tourists to obtain a visa. Please check with your local embassy if a Visa is required.
The visa process in many jurisdictions will start with an online application. Below is a list of Brazillian Consulates where you can navigate to the proper page to start your visa process.
TOURIST VISA WARNING
U.S., Canada, Japan and Australian Citizens DON’T need a visa to visit Brazil.
What do you need
To enter Brazil, including infants, must have both a passport and a tourist visa (valid for five years). To obtain one, you must submit the following to the Brazilian Embassy or to the nearest consulate.
A passport that will be valid for six months past the date of first entry to Brazil. The passport must have at least 2 blank pages designated for “VISAS” and must be signed by holder.
A passport-type photo, size 2″ x 2″, front view with full face;
A photocopy of your roundtrip ticket, flight itinerary or a signed letter from a travel agency with confirmed roundtrip bookings, which we provide you, or proof of your ability to pay for your stay in Brazil;
Application form with fields 1-27 filled out and signed. Form to present to Consulate must have original signature (not a faxed form); Additionally;
Children under age of 6 are required to show a certificate of vaccinations against polio, stating type and age;
If applicant is under the age of 18, and is traveling without parents or a legal guardian, a notarized letter of consent signed by parents or legal guardian is required.
For these countries, only the following documents are required:
A passport (or “cedula de identidade”) valid for at least six months. A return onward ticket, or adequate proof that you can purchase your return fare, or proof of your ability to pay for your stay in Brazil.