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Vietnam eVisa for Brazilian citizens
4 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Brazilian travelers looking to explore Vietnam's unique heritage and stunning natural splendor will need to start with a Vietnam eVisa.

Navigating the world of visa requirements can sometimes feel overwhelming, but we're here to simplify it. Our goal is to make this essential step more manageable and less perplexing for you.

Forget about the stress of visa documentation and start dreaming about your trip to Vietnam. Imagine yourself walking through the bustling streets of Hanoi or experiencing the serene beauty of the Trang An Landscape Complex. Our support in the visa process allows you to concentrate on the exciting parts of your trip to Vietnam.

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Vietnam visa for citizens of Brazil

Vietnam, a country celebrated for its early agricultural advancements, particularly in wet rice cultivation, is rich in cultural and historical heritage. Shaped uniquely like an elongated 'S', Vietnam stretches along the eastern coast of the Indochina peninsula. It borders China to the north, Laos and Cambodia lie to the west, and the Eastern Sea, known as the South China Sea, is to its east.

Brazilian citizens have several options for obtaining a Vietnam visa. One way is the conventional method through the Vietnamese embassy in Brazil, where applications can be made either in person or by mail. Another option is the Visa on Arrival, which requires a pre-arranged approval letter through a Vietnamese visa agency. The most user-friendly choice is the Vietnam eVisa.

Tourist visas for Vietnam are usually issued for 30 or 90 days, with options for either single or multiple entries. These visas can be extended from within Vietnam, although this involves an extra fee.

If you're planning a trip to Phu Quoc, the well-known tropical island of Vietnam, you'll be delighted to know that you can visit Phu Quoc for up to 30 days without a visa, provided you enter the island by air. If you wish to explore more of Vietnam outside Phu Quoc or extend your stay beyond 30 days, you'll need to secure a visa.

Do Brazilian citizens need a Vietnam eVisa?

For Brazilian citizens planning a trip to Vietnam, obtaining a Vietnam eVisa is a must.

In a move to boost tourism and open up to a global audience, Vietnam expanded its eVisa program in August 2023 to include all countries. Previously limited to around 80 countries, this expansion has also increased the number of Vietnamese ports of entry where the eVisa is accepted from 38 to 42.

It's important for travelers to enter Vietnam through the port of entry specified on their eVisa. This specified entry point cannot be changed after the eVisa application is submitted and the visa is issued. If their plans involve entering through a different port, a new visa application will be necessary.

Using iVisa for your Vietnam eVisa application offers numerous benefits over applying by yourself.

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With our assistance, you receive more than just a visa; you get access to expert support throughout the visa process. We focus on making your application as smooth as possible, freeing you up to concentrate on the exciting parts of your Vietnam journey, like selecting the incredible places you want to visit.

How to get a Vietnam eVisa from Brazil with us

Applying for your Vietnam eVisa from Brazil is more convenient and less complicated with our platform. We aim to make the visa application process as easy to understand as possible.

Here's how to apply for a Vietnam eVisa through us:

  • Step 1: Enter your personal and travel details on our website or via the iVisa app.

  • Step 2: Verify that all the information you've provided is accurate and choose your preferred processing time. Pay the fees with a credit or debit card, PayPal, or Venmo.

  • Step 3: Complete the rest of the application form, upload the required documents, and submit it.

After your application is processed, your eVisa will be sent directly to your email. We recommend printing a copy of the eVisa and keeping a digital version handy when you arrive in Vietnam.

iVisa tip: If you're in Vietnam and your eVisa is about to expire but you wish to extend your stay, consider doing a visa run. This means temporarily leaving Vietnam for a neighboring country such as Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, or Singapore. Get in touch with us during your trip, and we can assist you in applying for a new Vietnamese eVisa. This allows you to enjoy an additional excursion and then return to Vietnam with a new visa!

Vietnamese Embassy in Brazil

Brazilian citizens who need consular assistance with a Vietnam eVisa can contact the Embassy of Vietnam in Brasília.

  • Address: SHIS QI 09 Conj. 10 Casa 1, Lago Sul, 71625-100, Brasília - DF, Brazil

  • Phone: +55 61 3364 5876 / +55 61 3364 0675

How can I contact you for more information?

If you've got more questions about the Vietnam Visa, Brazil passport holders can get in touch with our customer support team. Please send us a message on our live chat or at [email protected].

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