Australians can now travel to Brazil without the hassle of going to an embassy or consulate to apply for a conventional visa. The application for the Brazil eVisa for Australians is completed online and only takes a matter of minutes.
The Brazil electronic visa for Australian citizens allows visitors to enter Brazil for tourism, business, medical treatment, and studying. An eVisa is valid for two years and allows travelers to spend up to 90 days in Brazil a year. The Brazil online visa can be used to reenter Brazil numerous times.
Brazil is one the most popular countries to visit in the Americas. With over 7,000km of coastlines, an abundance of wildlife hotspots such as the Amazon River and Rainforest, as well as a colorful, vibrant culture, it is no surprise that tourists continue to flock there.
The new Brazilian visa for Australian citizens will prove to be very popular and is likely to increase the number of visitors to the country. The Brazil visa online application just involves answering some basic questions.
How to apply for the Brazil visa for Australian citizens
The application process for the Brazil visa for Australian citizens has been designed to be quick and straightforward. The processing time is normally under five working days after an application has been submitted.
To complete the eVisa application form applicants enter a range of information including personal details (such as name, address, and date of birth), passport information, as well as answer security and health-related questions.
To avoid delays and possible visa denials, it is essential to answer all of the sections accurately. Applicants should carefully revise all the information they enter before submitting the form.
Brazil visa requirements for Australian citizens
To successfully complete the application for the Brazil visa for Australian citizens it is necessary to have a valid Australian passport. Applicants also need to upload a passport-sized photo and pay a fee using a credit or debit card after completing the form.
After the relevant Brazilian authorities have screened the application, the eVisa is sent to the applicant by email (to the email address provided on the application). Travelers can then enter Brazil by presenting a copy of the electronic visa upon arrival in Brazil.
If an applicant or visa-holder has any doubts about the status of their eVisa (or application), it is easy to complete a Brazil eVisa status check.
Photo specifications for the Brazil eVisa
The passport photo which Australian Brazil eVisa applicants are required to upload needs to meet the following specifications:
- The facial expression must be neutral
- Taken against a white background
- Eyes must be open and centered on the camera
- No reflections, shadow, or glare in the photo
- No headgear (unless for religious reasons)
- The face must not be blocked or hidden in the case of headgear
- Face and shoulders must be centered on the camera
- No dark glasses, tinted lenses, or thick frames
- Children must not have toys or pacifiers
- Hands of people holding children must not be in the photo