Brazilian visa is a form of permission or a pass for a non-citizen to enter, transit or remain in Brazil. Brazilian
visa is a stamp or form placed in your passport when you enter, and sometimes when you leave Brazil.
A visa in your passport does not guarantee entry. That remains the right of the immigration officials in Brazil.
Please note: In individual cases, you may be required to provide additional documents. Embassy rules and regulations can and do, very occationally change overnight.
We accept no responsibilty for any such changes. Also, we regret that we cannot, under any circumstances, intercede or take responsibilty for any transaction initiated directly between an applicant and the embassy.
There are two options to check whether you require a Brazilian visa or not for your trip to Brazil.
Check the current Brazilian visa regulations from the Brazilian foreign ministry from here or find the Brazilian embassy in your country of permanent residence to obtain the visa application requirements for Brazil.
The Brazilian Embassies and Consular Offices are the only accredited Brazilian Government agencies, who are permitted to grant Brazilian visas in a different country.
Generally, to avoid any risks that can come up when getting on flights to Brazil or at Brazilian ports of entry due to possible miscommunication, visitors are highly adviced to apply with the Brazilian Embassy and Consular Offices in your home country to get Brazilian visas in advance of travelling.
The visa information below is provided by VisaHQ, who specialises in providing visa services to travellers in Canada, United Kingdom and United States.
The Brazilian tourist visa requirement for nationals of Canada, UK and USA are shown above. If you are a permanent resident of either Canada or UK or USA, please select your nationality shown in your passport from the box appropriate box above, to see whether you will need a visa for Brazil.
There are several types of Brazilian visas available for travel to Brazil:
Brazilian tourist visa is issued for a limited time of leisure travel and no business activities permitted in Brazil;
Brazilian business visa is for participating in short term commerce in Brazil;
Brazilian Transit visa, is valid for 3 days or less, for transferring through port in Brazil to a third destination;
On-arrival visa for Brazil is given at a port of entry. This is different from not needing a visa at all, as the visitor sholud still get the visa before they can in fact seek to pass through immigration point in Brazil;
Brazilian spousal visa or partner visa, given to the spouse, civil partner or de facto partner of a resident or Brazilian citizen.