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Brazil Visa and Passport Requirements

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 Thinking of traveling abroad, Your Passport will be the most important document you will be taking with you, it confirms your citizenship, I like to call it your World Citizenship Paper’s. It lets the world know that you are not from Alabama or California but you are a citizen of the United States, Germany or Brazil. A passport will be your best form of Identification when you are traveling. It is widely used when entering countries, checking into Hotels, you most likely will be asked to fill out a police card listing name, passport number, destination, reasons for traveling and a local address. The State Department’s Passport Bureau will have the information on obtaining a new or renewal passport. Many countries will require that the passport is valid for least 6 months after departure date from said country.

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 Certain countries will require in addition to a Passport a Visa; some require a tourist visa while others will require a work visa. Every country has different requirements. When I was flying to France I had to have a work Visa since I was a pilot flying into France, while at the time, if you were vacationing in France you did not need a tourist visa. Some countries will require a Visa for certain citizens; Brazil is an example that requires Visas for citizens of the United States only because the United States requires Visas from Brazilian citizens. Visas are available from the Embassy or Consulate of the country that you will be traveling to.

 

      Brazil Visa and Passport Requirement

     Passport Required

Visa Required

 Return Ticket Required

British

          Yes

          No

          Yes

Australian

          Yes

          Yes

          Yes

Canadian

          Yes

          Yes

          Yes

United States

          Yes

          Yes

          Yes

Japanese

          Yes

          Yes

          Yes

European Countries

          Yes

          No

          Yes

Passports

Passport valid for six months after the intended length of stay required by all nationals referred to in the chart above.

Additional Passport Information

All non Brazilian nationals under 18 years of age, when not accompanied by both parents, must have a birth certificate (an original or authenticated photocopy). This must be in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish, otherwise an official translation must be presented as well. When traveling alone or with one parent, a declaration from the absent parent(s) must be presented authorizing the journey and giving the name and address of the person in Brazil who will be responsible for the minor. In the case of divorced or deceased parents, papers attesting to full custody must be presented.
 

Visas

Required by all nationals referred to in the chart above except:
(a) 1. nationals of European  countries (except nationals of Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Malta who do require a visa) for touristic and business stays of up to 90 days;
(b) transit passengers continuing their journey to a third country by the same or first connecting flight, provided holding onward documentation and not leaving the airport.


Contact Numbers

Brazilian Embassy in the USA

3006 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008, USA
Tel: (202) 238 2700 or 2828 (consular section).
Website: www.brasilemb.org

Brazilian Tourism Office in the USA

@Brazil Information Center, 2141 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Suite E-2, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Tel: 1 800 727 2945, in the USA.
Website: www.braziltourism.org

Brazil Embassy and Tourist Office in the UK

32 Green Street, London W1K 7AT, UK
Tel: (020) 7399 9000.
Website: www.brazil.org.uk
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 1000-1300 and 1400-1800.

Brazilian Consulate General in the UK

3 Vere Street, London W1G 0DH, UK
Tel: (020) 7659 1550.
Website: www.consbraslondres.com
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 0930-1230 and 1300-1630.

 

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