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The Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration was designed to screen international arrivals to minimize the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic. All travelers who wish to enter Brazil need to complete this form.

Complete your Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration here.

Anyone who wishes to enter this country must fill out the Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration before their trip. A negative result from a COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours prior to travel is also required.

All nationalities can apply.

To sign up for this travel screening, you’ll need to provide information about your flight, health status, and intended stay in the country.

Visit our application page to complete the Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration.

Once you submit your application, we’ll forward the Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration to your email before your trip, so you can show it to the immigration authorities once you arrive at the airport.

Visit the FAQs below to view quarantine rules for Brazil.

Required Documents to Apply
  • A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.

  • A credit/debit card or a PayPal account.

Important Instructions
  • Brazil Traveler's Health Declaration is part of the required documents you will need to enter Brazil. It DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Brazil. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

  • You can apply anytime, but remember we can only proccess your application with a max of 3 days prior arrival.

  • Each traveller will need to complete the Traveler's Health Declaration to enter the country. This is personal and non-transferable.

  • It is highly recommended that you keep your Traveler's Health Declaration with you either as a soft copy (smartphone, tablet, etc.) or as a hard copy in case of any failure in the system.

  • A negative COVID-19 PCR test will be required for all travelers. The test has to be taken no more than 72 hours prior to travel. Foreign nationals must also fill out a health form.

  • Entry through airports for foreign nationals is allowed, but restrictions for land and water entries have been extended for an indefinite period of time.

  • The following are exempt from the land and water entry restrictions: Brazilian nationals; foreign nationals with Brazilian residence authorization; foreign professionals working for international organizations; foreign employees with Brazilian government authorization; immediate family members of Brazilian citizens (except for Venezuela foreign nationals); individuals with a National Migratory Registration (except for foreign nationals from Venezuela); individuals on humanitarian missions; those transporting cargo in compliance with current laws; and foreign nationals in a neighboring country who need to enter Brazil to board a flight and have pre-authorization from federal police. Paraguayan nationals may also enter at land ports and airports if they meet migratory requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a travel form that must be completed to enter Brazil by nationals and foreign travelers to Brazil. This form will help government officials manage the risks associated with the coronavirus pandemic.

Please be aware the Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for it when you enter the country. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you contact your local embassy.

Yes, it is. Everyone is required to fill out the form to be allowed to enter the country.

Please be advised that there are currently some entry restrictions if you arrive by sea or land. Only the following groups can enter the country by land or water: Brazilian nationals or foreign nationals with a residence permit as well as those working for international organizations or with authorization from the Brazilian government, immediate family members of Brazilian citizens, those with a National Migratory Registration (except for foreign nationals from Venezuela) people on humanitarian missions, cargo transporters, and other foreign nationals who must enter Brazil to board a connecting flight and have pre-authorization from the federal police. Paraguayans can also access Brazil at land ports and airports if they meet all migratory requirements.

Yes, a negative COVID-19 PCR test result must be presented at the airport to enter the country. The test must be performed no later than 72 hours before your trip.
In the case of minors or people with disabilities who can’t complete the form on their own, it will be the responsibility of the father, mother, or person in charge to fill out the information on their behalf. Get started on applying for Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration.
Quarantining is not mandatory; however, you must adhere to the country’s safety protocols like wearing a mask, social distancing, and applying for Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration before your arrival.
Prices will vary depending on the processing time that you choose:
  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 20.00.
  • Rush Processing Time: 8 hours - USD 35.00.
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 60.00.

You can apply anytime, and we will start processing your form when the time is right so that it is valid for your entire trip. We recommend that you apply for Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration at least 72 hours before your trip.

Apply now and forget about having to check when you are eligible to apply.

You must complete the Application Form with your personal and travel information. Once you fill it out, our team will process your request and forward the Brazil Traveler’s Health Declaration to your email.
Applying won’t take you longer than 6 minutes.
You can use it for a Single Entry. This means that every time you need to leave or enter the country, you’ll need to fill in a new one.
Yes, this form is usually available for free. However, applying for it with and having it ready before your flight is a great way to save yourself the extra waiting time caused by immigration queues or if you need to catch a connecting flight. Additionally, at you can fill out the form in whichever language you need, and our team of experts will review your application to be sure you made no mistakes.
Of course! You can text our customer service team if you have further questions. They’re available 24/7 and will solve all your doubts. Message them now.
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