PLEASE ALL FOREIGN PASSPORT HOLDERS CONSULT THE FOLLOWING LINK FOR ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THE NEED OR EXEMPTION OF VISAS TO BRAZIL. A PDF TABLE WILL BE DOWNLOADED. Click here
Depending on the purpose of visit and on the visitor’s nationality, a visa is not required to enter Brazil. EU citizens on a tourism or business trip to Brazil, for instance, are exempt. For other cases, check below at “How to apply for a visa” whether you are exempt or not. Even if you are exempt from a visa, on arrival in Brazil you must produce a passport valid for at least six months.
Argentinians, Bolivians, Chileans, Colombians, Ecuadorians, Paraguayans, Peruvians and Uruguayans are exempt from passport requirement to enter Brazil as tourists. Nationals from these countries may simply produce their national identity cards instead.
Additionally, you may be required by the Brazilian Migration Police (Polícia Federal) to meet the following conditions:
1) Prove you have sufficient funds for your term of stay.
2) Demonstrate your travel objective (for instance, by means of a hotel reservation and a roundtrip ticket, in case of a tourism trip).
NEW VISA SYSTEM
HOW TO APPLY FOR A VISA
Visas are classified according to the nature of the trip and stay in Brazil.
Most cases of visa application fall under one of the types below.
Please click on the line that best fits your case or send an e-mail to
email@example.com asking for further instructions on how to apply.
VITUR – tourists
VIPER – investor
VIPER – manager or representative in Brazil of a financial foreign institution
VIPER – head of philanthropic or religious institution or public interest NGO
VIPER – family reunion (marriage)
VIPER – researcher
VITEM I – researcher or exchange students program
VITEM I – voluntary worker
VITEM II – adoption
VITEM II – business trip
VITEM II – filming
VITEM III – artists and sportsmen
VITEM IV – undergraduate, master or doctorate student / internship visa
VITEM V – professional worker
VITEM V – professional on an emergency technical assistance mission
VITEM VI – news correspondents
VITEM VII – ministers of a religious creed or members of a religious congregation
A few kinds of visas (VITEM-III, VITEM-V, VITEM-VI and VIPER) are only issued under authorization from Brazilian home authorities.Click here to check whether the Consulate General has been authorized to issue you a visa.