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What you need to know

  • The Brazil Tourist eVisa is an online visa required for short visits to Brazil for tourism, business, or transit.

  • Only citizens of the US, Australia, and Canada are currently eligible. It’s valid for 5 years for Australians and Canadians and 10 years for Americans.

  • You’ll need a valid passport, a recent photo, and a completed application form to apply. Children need additional documents.

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Last updated: April 2024

UPDATE: The Brazilian government has postponed the start of its new visa system for nationals of the US, Canada, and Australia until April 10, 2025.

If you’re planning a trip to Brazil, it’s important to know about the visa requirements.

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We’re here to help you understand the Brazil Tourist eVisa, including who is eligible and how to apply for it. Let’s get started on your journey to this South American destination.

What is the Brazil Tourist eVisa?

The Brazil Tourist eVisa, also known as the Brazil Electronic Visitor Visa, is an electronic travel permit that allows eligible foreign nationals to enter Brazil for activities such as tourism, business, or when in transit.

The eVisa initiative was launched to simplify obtaining a visa for Brazil​ , and the process is entirely online.

What can you do with the Brazil Tourist Visa?

  • Sightseeing and holidaying throughout Brazil.

  • Visiting friends and relatives.

  • Participate in conferences, seminars, congresses, meetings, and other business-related activities.

  • Enter Brazilian territory en route to your final destination.

What can you not do with the Brazil Tourist Visa?

  • Engage in any form of employment or paid work.

  • Enroll in a Brazilian educational institution for study purposes.

  • Stay indefinitely in Brazil.

Who requires the Brazil Tourist eVisa?

The Brazil eVisa was specifically designed for citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan. However, Brazil and Japan have now reached a reciprocal waiver agreement, allowing Japanese tourists to travel to Brazil without a visa and vice versa.

Brazil initially announced the reinstatement of the eVisa requirement in March 2023, with a restart date set for October 1, 2023. This date has now been pushed back to April 10, 2025. Until this new date, nationals from the three countries can travel to Brazil without needing a short-stay visa.

To be eligible for the Brazil Tourist eVisa, the following requirements must be met:

  • You must be a citizen from one of the eligible countries that are part of the eVisa program.

  • You should not be in possession of a valid Brazilian visa.

  • Your visit to Brazil should be for tourism, business, or transit.

  • Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your planned date of arrival in Brazil.

  • Your travel is for 90 days or less.

Visa-exempt: Who doesn't need to apply for a Brazil Tourist Visa?

Nationals from more than 80 countries—including citizens of the Philippines, New Zealand, Qatar, and the United Kingdom—can travel to Brazil without a visa. Visa exemptions are usually granted for short stays and vary according to nationality.

For up-to-date information about visa exemptions for Brazil, you can visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website or contact the nearest Brazilian embassy or consulate.

Do children also require the Brazil Tourist eVisa?

Yes, children also require the Brazil Tourist eVisa. All eligible foreign nationals, regardless of age, planning a short visit to Brazil must apply will need to apply for an eVisa before their arrival. This includes minors traveling with their parents or legal guardians.

Brazil Tourist eVisa validity: How long can I stay in Brazil?

The Brazil Tourist eVisa allows for multiple entries and allows a stay of 90 days in total once it’s issued. The eVisa is valid for 10 years for US citizens and 5 years for Australians and Canadians.

Can I extend my Brazil Tourist eVisa?

Yes, you can extend your Brazil Tourist eVisa. Initially, the eVisa allows for a stay of up to 90 days, but it can be extended for another 90 days while in Brazil.

To apply for an extension, you’ll need to visit a Brazilian Federal Police office before your eVisa expires. For more information on the required documents for a visa extension, visit the Federal Police website.

Brazil Tourist eVisa required documents

To get a Brazil Tourist eVisa, the following documents are typically required from visa applicants:

  • A valid passport that has at least two blank visa pages.

  • A recent, 2x2 inch passport-size photo.

  • A completed visa application form.

Depending on your specific circumstances and the purpose of your visit, you may be required to provide additional supporting documents. For example, if you are visiting family or friends in Brazil, you may need an invitation letter from your host.

For applicants under 18, additional documents are required:

  • Original birth certificate and one copy.

  • Authorization for Issuance of Brazilian Visa for a Minor form signed by both parents or legal guardians.

  • If only one parent is listed on the birth certificate, only their signature is needed. If one parent has sole custody, a notarized copy of the custody order is needed.

  • A Declaration of Non-citizenship (Declaração de Não-Cidadania) form for children of Brazilian parent(s) that is signed by the Brazilian parents/legal guardians.

  • If a parent has passed away, a copy of the death certificate.

  • Copies of passports or photo IDs for both parents. The name on the ID must match the parent’s name on the child’s birth certificate (or provide documentation proving the name change, such as a marriage certificate or court order).

Once you’ve submitted your application, you’ll need to wait for the Brazilian government to process it. If your application is successful, you’ll receive the eVisa via email. We recommend printing it out and keeping a digital copy on your mobile device before traveling to Brazil.

Brazil Tourist eVisa costs and processing times

When you apply for the Brazil eVisa through our platform, we offer three different processing times to suit your travel needs:

  • Standard Processing: Our most affordable option. Perfect for travelers who are applying well in advance of their journey.

  • Rush Processing: This is designed for travelers who have a limited time to apply for their visas and need it faster than the Standard option.

  • Super Rush Processing: For those who need their visas as fast as possible and are willing to pay for a quick turnaround time.

Each processing time has a distinct fee that is not inclusive of the government fee, which is USD$80.90. You can conveniently pay both fees online when applying with us.

Benefits of applying for a Brazil Tourist eVisa with us

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Do you have more questions about Brazil Tourist eVisa?

If you want to learn more about the Brazil Tourist eVisa or have questions about the application process, we’re here to help.

Our dedicated online team of customer service agents is available via online chat, or you can speak with them via WhatsApp.

Frequently asked questions

Can we apply for a Brazil Tourist eVisa as a family?

Yes. You can create eVisa applications for either an individual or a family (minimum of 2 and maximum of 10 people).

Can I reapply if my eVisa application is denied?

No. If your Brazil eVisa application is denied, you cannot apply for another one online. You’ll need to apply for a tourist visa at the nearest Brazilian embassy or consulate.

How can I track the status of my application for the Brazil Tourist eVisa?

There are two ways to track the status of your [Brazil Tourist eVisa application:

  1. Through iVisa (if you’ve applied through our platform or app): Log in to your iVisa account and check your orders in your account profile. Click on the green icon next to your order for more detailed information and next steps.

  2. Through the official government application portal:

You can track the status of your application through the official VFS website. All you need to enter is your passport number and date of birth.

I made a mistake on my application for the Brazil Tourist eVisa. Can I fix it?

If you've already submitted your application to us and later realize one of your answers isn’t correct, contact our support team as soon as possible. We’ll do our best to correct any mistakes, but we can’t guarantee any fixes after submission. We always recommend double-checking all information before submitting your application to avoid issues.

I’m traveling to Brazil soon. What if there are delays with my application?

If we encounter delays, we’ll email you as soon as possible. In rare instances, delays can occur due to government processes or workload. To avoid issues, we recommend applying for your visa as early as possible.


There's no longer a need to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination, a negative test result, or a recovery certificate upon arrival in Brazil.

Embarking on a journey to Brazil? Understanding the differences between the Brazil eVisa and the Visitor Visa is key to a seamless travel experience.

It’s generally processed faster than a traditional visa and valid for shorter stays, perfect for tourists, business trips, or short-term visits. It’s available to citizens of specific countries only as outlined above.

  • Brazil Visitor Visa: This is a physical visa stamped in your passport. An interview at the Brazilian Consulate or Embassy may be required. It’s available to a wider range of nationalities.

You can check for which visa you must apply by scrolling up and selecting your nationality and destination.

At iVisa, we make applying for either of these visas simple and quick, so you can dive into the excitement of planning your exciting Brazilian adventure without the paperwork.

Contact the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate near you for more info about transiting in the country and transit visa requirements.

You can use this visa to transit, but other requirements may be in place.

Make sure your photo meets the following criteria before uploading it:
  • The photo must be in color and of high-quality
  • 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
  • No reflections, shadows or glare in the photo
  • Keep a neutral expression
  • Eyes must be open and visible.
  • Dark glasses, tinted glasses, and thick frames are not acceptable
  • Headgear is not allowed unless it is worn for religious reasons, in that case it can't block the applicant’s face
  • Children can't appear with toys, pacifiers, or the hands of someone else holding them
No. The Brazilian Tourist eVisa must be obtained prior to your entry into Brazil.
No. All travelers, no matter the age, must have their own visa.

We send you the Brazil Tourist eVisa confirmation by email.

Once you receive it, you must print it and show the copy when boarding your flight and at the immigration process upon arrival in Brazil.

We also recommend downloading it on a mobile device as a backup.

For applicants under 18, submit the following along with the usual documentation:

If only one parent is listed on the birth certificate, only their signature is needed. If one parent has sole custody, include a notarized copy of the court order.

  • For children of Brazilian parent(s): Include a Declaration of Non-citizenship (Declaração de Não-Cidadania), signed by the Brazilian parents/legal guardians

  • If a parent has passed away, please provide a copy of their death certificate

  • Copies of passports or photo IDs for both parents: Ensuring the name on the ID matches the parent’s name on the child’s birth certificate (otherwise provide documentation proving the name change, such as a marriage certificate or court order)

  • An authorization letter signed by both parents

If traveling alone with your child:

  • Include an authorization form from the other parent

  • If the other parent is deceased, provide a death certificate

In cases of sole custody:

  • Submit a legal custody document
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