Learn More: Tourist eVisa
PLEASE NOTE: Brazil re-opened for tourism in July 2020.
Brazil has discontinued the eVisa for all countries as of June 17, 2019. For US, Canadian and Australian citizens, we strongly suggest registering your trip with your embassy.
In January 2018, Brazil introduced electronic visas for citizens of Australia, Japan, Canada and the United States. By applying online, travelers from the aforementioned nations do not need to visit the consulate to apply for a tourist e-Visa. This streamlined system cut out the time wasted at the embassy and many rather convoluted application procedures.
The Brazil Tourist e-Visa includes four categories of visitors: those traveling to Brazil for tourism/vacation, those who go to Brazil to visit their family or friends, unpaid participants in athletic or artistic events/competitions, and unpaid participants in scientific/academic seminars/conferences sponsored by academic or research institutions.
Applicants will receive their visas via email, after filling the application form with the necessary information and completing their online payment.
Required Documents to Apply
DOCUMENTS FOR ALL APPLICANTS:
A color scan of your passport information page in JPEG format. Make sure to include the signature page.
A digital photo in JPEG format
A credit/debit card or PayPal account
ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS FOR MINORS:
Minor applicants where both parents approve the visa request for the minor:
Upload a color scan of passport bio page of both parents.
An authorization letter signed by both parents.
A copy of birth certificate
Minor applicants where only one parent responsible for the minor approves the visa request:
A color scan passport bio page of the responsible parent
A copy of birth certificate
An authorization letter for minors applying for a Brazilian visa.
A justification letter that states why only one parent or one legal guardian is authorizing and not both along with bio page and photo.
Currently only citizens of the following countries can apply for Brazil Tourist e-Visa: Australia, Canada, United States and Japan.
Only regular passport holders are eligible to apply for Brazil Tourist e-Visa.
All travelers need to have a passport valid for at least 1 month from the date of application. If your passport validity is less than 1 month, you will have to renew or apply for a new passport before applying for an e-Visa.
The e-Visa is valid for 2 years.
Your stay in Brazil with e-Visa is limited to 90 days per year.
You can apply for a Tourist e-Visa only if your travel intention is tourism.
In the visa applications of children of Brazilian citizens who have not been registered as Brazilian, it is necessary to fill out and send the "non-citizenship declaration".
If the last name written on your birth certificate does not match with your current passport, it is mandatory to send your driver license or your married contract as a proof of your identity
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What is the Brazilian Tourist e-Visa?
What do I need to apply for a tourist e-Visa?
We require the following to submit your application:
- A color scan of your passport bio page in JPEG format. Make sure to include the signature page.
- A digital photo in JPEG format.
- A credit/debit card or Paypal account
Please note that after your application has been submitted to the Brazilian government, they may at times ask for additional documentation.
How much does the Brazilian Tourist e-Visa cost?
How long does it take to process a Brazil Tourist eVisa?
- Standard Processing: 7 business days.
- Rush Processing: 5 business days
- Super Rush Processing: 3 business days.
How long is the Brazilian Tourist e-Visa valid for?
What conditions must the applicant’s passport meet for the Brazilian tourist e-Visa?
What requirements should my e-Visa photo should meet?
- The photo must be in color and of a high definition.
- The applicant must be looking straight into the camera.
- The position of the face and shoulders must be straight and not at an angle.
- The photo must be taken against a white background.
- The applicant’s face and shoulders must be in the photo.
- There must not be any reflections, shadows or glare in the photo.
- The facial expression must be neutral (no smiling).
- Eyes must be open and visible.
- If the candidate wears glasses they must not reflect any light.
- Dark glasses, tinted glasses, and thick frames are not acceptable.
- Headgear is unacceptable unless it is worn for religious reasons. If this is the case it must not block a clear view of the applicant’s face.
- Children cannot appear with toys, pacifiers, or the hands or someone else holding them.
Can I apply for the Brazilian e-Visa while being in Brazil?
I lost my Brazil Tourist e-Visa. What can I do?
Can my minor child/children travel on my visa?
How will I receive my Brazilian Tourist e-Visa?
How long can I stay in Brazil with the Tourist e-Visa?
Who is eligible for the Brazilian Tourist e-Visa?
Are there any additional requirements for an e-Visa application for my minor child?
Is the Brazilian tourist e-Visa for multiple or single entry?
How do I know if my Brazilian tourist e-Visa is still valid for travel to Brazil?
If I already possess a valid tourist e-Visa, can I apply for a new Brazilian e-Visa again?
What should I do if my Brazilian tourist e-Visa application is not approved?
Learn more about Brazil Tourism
Taking a trip to Brazil is on many people’s bucket lists. It is very easy to see why. From festivals and long days on the beach to exciting trips within the Amazon. The first thing you need to do is check the visa requirements for your country on www.ivisa.com
Chances are you are going to need one.
NOTE: Citizens of countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan can get an electronic visa. It is obtained online and we can help you get one in no time.
HEALTH: Get vaccines against Dengue fever, Yellow fever, and Typhoid. While they are not present all over Brazil, depending on the area you are planning to visit. Make sure that you get them before your travel!
MONEY: Remember NOT all ATMs accept all kinds of credit or debit cards. We recommend you to carry some cash and avoid making a withdrawal in the first days of the month since people in Brazil are usually paid at the beginning of the month so you will have to wait in long lines.
TOURISM: Anyone can tell you to visit the “Cristo de Corcovado”, that’s a must. BUT let’s not forget some hidden gems like Buzios, a wonderful white sand, blue waters beach, surrounded by green trees and next to a wonderful open mall, Buzios is definitely a MUST. Remember to add: The Iguazu Falls, Copacabana, Ipanema and Pan de Azucar to your list, you will not regret it.
LANGUAGE: People in Brazil speak Portuguese. BUT you will find people who speak English. Don’t worry brazilians are famous for their hospitality so they will help you get around.
FOOD and DRINKS: We recommend visiting a “Rodizio”, a never ending parade of grilled meats that only stops when you say so, it is the perfect barbecue experience and a classic for anyone who visits the country. For a taste of the sea you will want to try a “Moqueca”, fish, shrimp, diced tomatoes, onions and coriander are combined in a wonderful luscious stew, perfect for all clam chowder fans, take a leap and taste this treasure of the sea. If you have a sweet tooth you will definitely enjoy “Brigadeiros” they are Brazil’s take on chocolate truffles and they are delicious cocoa balls dipped in sprinkles or nuts, kids will love them. Now something the adults will love: Caipirinhas – Brazil’s national cocktail, the secret in their mighty power? Cachaça, made from fermented sugarcane juice and the main ingredient in caipirinhas.
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