VISAS IN FOREIGN PASSPORTS
To enter Brazil foreigners must have a travel document that is recognised by the Brazilian government and also an entry visa. Visa must be applied for abroad, directly with the Brazilian consulate.
An entry visa is individual. If morethan one person is mentioned on the same travel document, then the consulate must grant a visa to both the document holder as well as to each of the dependents included on the same document. There is no provision in Brazilian legislation for a collective visa.
To request an entry visa a foreigner must complete the Visa Request Form in Portuguese, Spanish, French or English.
This authorization is granted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs via Brazilian consulates abroad, to foreigners who intend visiting Brazil. Visas for business trips are valid for 90 days.
Please consult the Brazilian consulate in your country to confirm if the visa to visit Brasil is necessary or not.
The documents necessary for requesting a Brazilian visa are:
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