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How to Apply: Embassy Registration

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Your embassy will assist you if an emergency (eg. Natural disasters, civil unrest, etc) occur

Why Register with the Embassy

Travel Registration is a service provided by the government. This service allows you to record information about your upcoming trip abroad to the Department of State so it can be used to assist you in case of an emergency. People residing abroad can also get routine information from their nearest embassy or consulate if registered.

Required Information to Apply

Once You Have Registered With Your Embassy Or Consulate, You Will Need To Update Your Data If:

  • your contact details change,
  • your civil status changes,
  • you are going back to your home country.

Learn More: Visitor Visa

What you need to know

  • The Brazil Visitor Visa allows a max. stay of 90 days

  • Your entry type (single-, double-, or multiple-entry) depends on your travel purpose and is determined by the Brazilian government

  • Allowed activities include tourism, transit, events, studies or internships, journalism, visiting friends and family, and volunteer services

  • You may need to attend an appointment at the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate

All you need to know about the Brazil Visitor Visa application process

Last updated: April 2024

We currently don't offer this visa, but you can find more info on the Brazilian government website.

Keep reading to learn more about the process and requirements of the Brazil Visitor Visa.

What is the Brazil Visitor Visa?

The Brazil Visitor Visa, also called the VIVIS, is meant for short stays in the country. The application, unlike the eVisa, might include a pre-departure interview.

What can I do with the Brazil Visitor Visa?

With this visa, you’re allowed to:

  • Explore the country as a tourist
  • Attend business-related and non-business-related events
  • Study or complete an internship
  • Engage in journalistic activities
  • Volunteer
  • Visit friends and family

What can’t I do with the Brazil Visitor Visa?

Keep in mind that you can’t:

  • Stay in the country longer than your visa allows
  • Live or work in Brazil
  • Receive any payment during your time in Brazil, including cash prizes in sports, artistic, or cultural competitions

Who requires the Brazil Visitor Visa?

Most travelers must apply for this visa before they go.

Please note: From April 2024, travelers from Australia, Canada, and The United States of America will resume needing a visa to travel to Brazil for tourism, transit, or business.

Do children and/or minors require this visa to visit Brazil?

Yes, if they are from an eligible country they'll need the Brazil Visitor Visa to enter the country, just like adults.

Parents or legal guardians must sign the application form and provide the minor's birth certificate.

Brazil Visitor Visa validity: How long can you stay in Brazil?

For some nationalities, by reciprocity, the max. stay can be up to 30, 60, or 90 days per entry. Travelers from Slovenia can stay in Brazil for up to 90 days per year.

The validity depends on your nationality and varies between 1, 3, 5, or 10 years from the date of issuance.

Can I extend my stay in Brazil?

Each stay is limited to 90 days, but an extension may be requested from the Federal Police after arrival.

The combined stays typically can’t exceed 180 days per year.

Brazil Visitor Visa: Required documents

The required documents will depend on your nationality.

In general, the list of required documents for the Brazil Visitor Visa may look like this:

  • Valid passport with at least two blank pages, with an expiry date at least 6 months after your arrival date

  • Signed application form

  • Recent passport photo, taken against a white background

  • Confirmation of round-trip flight tickets

  • Proof of income

  • Proof of immigration status in Slovenia (if applicable)

Brazil Visitor Visa: Financial requirements

As a reference, we recommend having approximately US$150 per day to cover expenses.

At least one of the following documents must be submitted to prove that you can pay for your trip:

  • Bank statements containing the account holder's name, current balance, and transactions from the last 3 months;

  • International credit card statements containing the cardholder's name, available credit limit, and transactions from the last 3 months;

  • The last 3 payslips of the applicant.

How to apply for the Brazil Visitor Visa

To apply, we recommend consulting the Brazilian government website for the exact instructions.

During the process, depending on your individual circumstances and nationality, you'll find out if you need to attend an interview at the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate in your home country.

Brazil Visitor Visa: Costs and processing times

The costs and processing time of the Brazil Visitor Visa differ per nationality.

Most people can get this visa in a few days or weeks, but we recommend applying at least three months before your trip starts to avoid disappointments.

Need more info about traveling to Brazil?

If you have any questions about traveling to Brazil and the Visitor Visa or eVisa application, our customer service team is here to help! Contact them any time via WhatsApp or iVisa chat.


This visa is not required in case of a stopover or flight connection in Brazil, as long as you don’t leave the international transit zone of the airport.

If you want to enter the country, you may need a visa. Contact the nearest Brazilian Embassy or Consulate for more info about specific transit visa requirements.

For travelers from various countries, Brazil offers two main types of visas for short stays: the traditional Brazil Visitor Visa and the Brazil eVisa.

  • Brazil Visitor Visa: The Brazil Visitor Visa is a traditional visa stamped or affixed to your passport. The costs, requirements, and processing vary depending on your nationality. Some people may need to attend an interview appointment.

  • Brazil eVisa: The Brazil eVisa offers a streamlined, digital alternative to the traditional visa, designed to simplify the application process. From April 2024, the eVisa is only available for citizens from the United States, Canada, and Australia, but this might be extended over time.

At iVisa, we can help you get the eVisa quickly from the comfort of your own home.

There are currently no COVID-19 requirements to visit Brazil.
  • iVisa is NOT affiliated with any government agency. This site does not provide legal advice and we are not a law firm. None of our customer service representatives are lawyers and they also do not provide legal advice. We are a private, internet-based travel and immigration consultancy provider dedicated to helping individuals travel around the world. You may apply by yourself directly on the various government websites. The source of information: https://www.gov.br/pt-br/temas/immigration-public-services
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