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Brazil Visa Application Form
Citizens from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan no longer need to complete the Brazil visa application as the Brazil eVisa is not available anymore. From June 17, 2019, travelers from these 4 countries will be able to enter the country visa-free.
The Brazilian Government designed the Brazil eVisa application to make it easier for eligible citizens to obtain a visa for Brazil. However, since then, the government has made the decision to make it even easier for travelers from these 4 countries to enter Brazil by granting them visa-free access.
The 4 nationalities were chosen as they pose little risk to the country and have also given tourism in Brazil a boost. The eVisa scheme helped to increase the numbers of visitors from these 4 countries and the visa-exemption is expected to improve the numbers even more.
Do Children Need a Brazil eVisa?
From June 17, 2019, children from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan will be able to enter Brazil without a visa. Previously, they needed to apply in advance for a Brazil eVisa but this is no longer necessary.
Children from these 4 countries can now enter just by presenting their passports. Adults traveling with children may also need to present documentation which shows they have the legal authority to leave their country with the child/children.
Brazil Visa Application Online Requirements
The Brazil visa application online requirements no longer apply as the Brazil eVisa is not available any more. Citizens from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan can now enter Brazil without any form of visa.
The Brazilian visa application form was designed to make it easier for citizens from eligible countries to apply for a visa for Brazil. However, the Brazilian Government has now granted the 4 nationalities visa-exempt status.
How to get a Visa for Brazil?
For most countries, the eVisa for Brazil is no longer available. However, there is one exception. Citizens of India can obtain their electronic permit to travel to the country by completing the visa application for Brazil online.
All they need to do is:
- Fill out the application form
- Upload a digital copy of their Indian valid passport
- Pay for the eVisa fee
They will then receive the approved electronic visa via email. Indians can complete the whole process from the comfort of their home or office. Submitting the eVisa request only takes minutes.
Since June 17, 2019, travelers from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan have been able to enter Brazil without a visa for periods of up to 90 days. Citizens from non visa-exempt countries can apply for a traditional visa for Brazil at an embassy or consulate.
Citizens from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan who wish to stay in Brazil for longer than 90 days, or who want to live, settle or work there, also need to visit an embassy or consulate to obtain a visa which permits these activities.
How long does it take to get a Brazilian online visa?
The Brazil eVisa is no longer available. This means we are no longer processing applications or issuing the electronic visas.
Citizens from the 4 former eligible countries (the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan) will be able to enter Brazil for periods of up to 90 days without any form of visa from June 17, 2019.
How long will my Brazilian visa enrollment be valid for?
Brazil eVisas used to be valid for periods of 2 years but the electronic visas are not available any more. Travelers who already possess a Brazilian eVisa can still use it until June 16, 2019. After this date, citizens from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japon will be able to enter the country visa-free.
Under the new initiative, travelers from the 4 countries will be able to enter Brazil visa-free for a maximum period of 90 days. For longer periods it may be necessary to apply for a visa.
What information can I Update?
We are no longer able to update information regarding Brazil eVisas as the electronic visas are no longer available. From June 17, 2019, citizens from the US, Canada, Australia, and Japan will be able to enter Brazil for periods of up to 90 days without a visa.
If you have previously obtained a Brazil eVisa you will only need to present it at the Brazilian border if you enter the country before June 16, 2019.