Brazil Visa Requirements
Passport & Visa Requirements
|Country||Visa Required||e-Visa Application||Reciprocity Fees||Return Ticket Required|
|USA||×||NEW! From 10 January 2024 an eVisa for travel to Brazil is REQUIRED for travelers from the US||Single Entry $44.50 / Multiple TBA||✓|
|Canada||×||NEW! From 10 January 2024 an eVisa for travel to Brazil is REQUIRED for travelers from Canada||Single Entry TBA / Multiple Entry TBA||✓|
|Australia||×||NEW! From 10 January 2024 an eVisa for travel to Brazil is REQUIRED for travelers from Australia||Single Entry TBA / Multiple Entry TBA||✓|
|Japan||×||NEW! From 10 January 2024 an eVisa for travel to Brazil is REQUIRED for travelers from Japan||Single Entry TBA / Multiple Entry TBA||✓|
|Rest of World||Citizen of countries NOT mentioned on this list, it is vital that you check your specific visa requirements before traveling to Brazil. We recommend visiting VisaHQ to stay up-to-date with all the latest visa & passport requirements. Visit VisaHQ.com|
Travelers from New Zealand, South Africa, and many other Latin American countries DO NOT REQUIRE A VISA to enter Brazil. However, it is still very important you check with your local consulate or embassy for the most up-to-date visa & passport requirements.
Citizens of ALL countries: To enter Brazil, your passport must be valid for a minimum of 6 months after your travel dates. For example, if you are traveling to Argentina in March, your passport must be valid through September of that year.
We strongly recommend making copies of your passport. Keep your original passport locked away in the safe of your hotel and carry a photocopy of your passport with you during your travels. You might also consider purchasing a passport holder to keep all your documents safe.
We highly recommend visiting the World Health Organization website for the most up-to-date country-specific vaccination requirements.
Traveling with Children
If you are traveling with a minor (below 18 years of age), the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate may require a birth certificate and notarized authorization from both parents or legal guardian. Please have these documents ready if a minor is applying for a visa:
- Passport bio page
- Justification Letter (if you choose Parent 1 or Parent 2 or Legal Guardian).
During the e-Visa application, birth certificates and other necessary documents can be easily uploaded through the online portal.
Consulate General of Brazil in Washington, DC
1030 15th Street NW, Suite 280W
Washington, DC 20005
Tel: (202) 461-3000
Fax: (202) 461-3001
Jurisdiction: District of Columbia, North Carolina, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, and all military bases, except Guam.
Helpline Australia: +61 282784461
Helpline Canada: +1 416 216 4146
Helpline US: +1 929 244 4982
Helpline Japan: +81 36 634 4955