Brazil Visa Pricing (includes Embassy and handling fee)
|Multiple||10 years||5 -7 days||$231.15|
Brazil Visa Requirements
- Original, signed United States passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity and two (2) blank facing visa pages.
- Two (2) identical, color, passport style photographs.
- A computer-generated itinerary from a travel agency or online booking tool (such as e-confirmation from an airline or Travelocity, Orbitz, etc) showing departure from the U.S. and arrival/departure for Brazil.
If applicant is under 18, applicant must include:
- A legible copy of a state issued birth certificate;
- Color photo copy of parents passports or drivers license;
- A notarized form of authorization from parents.
- Legible color copy of their driver's license or state issued ID. If applicant has recently moved and not updated their ID, applicant must also provide a recent utility bill.
- One completed Brazil visa application. The application is completed online.
After clicking the link below to launch the application site:
- Select "VISA REQUEST" in the third box to begin the process.
- Answer the questions and press "Next" to continue. There will be several pages each with a few questions. There is no need to print each page as you go through the process.
- After completing application, print the confirmation form which is one page with very little information on it. Applicant must sign inside rectangular box toward bottom of page and include with documents above. The two lines below the box may be left blank.
Note: The Brazilian governments online application is not fully compatible with FireFox/Macintosh. It is recommended applicant use Internet Explorer on a PC platform.
Get a Visa to Brazil!
Brazil is a country full of surprises and amazing tourist opportunities so it helps to learn more about this country. It is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest country in the world, so there are many interesting customs and traditions in every region. The population of Brazil is more than 192 million people, and the official language here is Portuguese (the only country in South America). Brazil has a really rich history that is amazing to learn, from its colonization days to the first years of the empire. The climate of the country is hot and humid and the landscape is varied with numerous hills, mountains, plains, scrublands and highlands. There are many rivers here, including the famous Amazon, which is known all over the world for its salubrious rainforests. Brazil is one of the fastest developing countries in the region and its economy is going strong. The culture here is well known all over the world with many notable events like carnivals and festivals as well as music genres like bossa nova famous globally. Visiting this colorful country could be a treat for anyone who loves good dancing and music, fabulous food and smiley people.
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