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How to get a Brazilian Travel Visa

Brazilian travel visas are required for all U.S. Citizens and may be required for many foreign nationals prior to leaving the United States. can guide you through the Brazilian visa application process and help you obtain your Brazilian travel visa in time for your trip!

Helpful Information

No Visa Required

Applicant does not require a visa for traveling to Brazil. They should visit the consulate's website to obtain more information on visa requirements.

A valid passport is required for travel

  • Your passport must be in good condition.
  • It cannot be expiring 6 months beyond your intended stay in the country.
  • You are required to have at least two blank visa pages left in your passport (The last two pages in your passport are not visa pages, and do not count).

Travel tips

As announced by the Brazilian government on April 9, 2024, the eVisa requirement for citizens of the USA, Canada, and Australia has been postponed to April 10, 2025. An eVisa will not be required for citizens of these countries for arrivals throughout all of 2024 and until April 10, 2025

Traveling to Brazil (Important Information)

U.S. citizens must have a valid U.S. passport and a visa prior to entering Brazil. Upon arrival, you must fill out an immigration form that you need to keep with you for the duration of your stay and hand back to immigration officials when you depart the country. The U.S. government cannot assist you if you arrive in Brazil without proper documentation. Be sure to visit the U.S. State Department website for the latest travel advisories related to Brazil. And it’s always important when traveling abroad to understand the health and vaccination protocols outlined by the Centers for Disease Control.

Travel tips:
The “OK” hand gesture has an offensive meaning in Brazil. Keep valuables and larger banknotes tucked away in a money belt. Passports should be securely stored at your lodgings. Spanish is not the native language of Brazil and is not widely spoken as a second language. Portuguese is the official language of the country. Be aware that during certain times, the subways in the major cities have women-only cars. Men who enter these carriages during select times can be fined. Running red lights can be an issue in Brazil, so it's wise to always wait for cars to completely stop before crossing the road. 

US Embassies in Brazil

  • (55-61) 3312-7000
  • (55-21) 3823-2000
  • (55-81) 3416-3050
  • (55-11) 5186-7000

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