Travel Visa for Brazil
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What is a Brazilian Visa?
A Brazilian visa is a stamp or endorsement placed by officials of Brazil on a passport that allows the bearer to visit Brazil. Visas are obtained from the Embassy or consulates of Brazil for your visit. "Visit" is further defined as the reason for entry, usually business, tourist or transitory. There are over 270 countries that offer visas and literally thousands of different types of visas available based upon country, type of visit, and length of visit.
What is the difference between a passport and a Brazilian visa?
A passport is an official government document that certifies one's identity and citizenship. The passport serves two purposes; to regain entry to the country of citizenship (i.e. the United States) and is a requirement by many countries to gain entry to the country you are visiting.
A Brazilian visa is an official government document that temporarily authorizes you to be in the country. Many countries require a visa to gain entry. The Brazilian visa is in the form of a stamp/sticker IN the passport and is obtained from a Brazilian Embassy in Washington DC or consulates around the country. We have staff spread around the country to hand carry your application for you and then overnight the passport back when it is completed.
Who needs a Brazilian visa?
What is the difference between a tourist and business Brazilian visa?
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Brazilian visas are issued according to the purpose of the trip; choose the visa that best describes your trip :
Activities which require a Tourist Visa
Tourism trip; visits to relatives and/or friends; scientists, professors or researchers attending cultural, technological or scientific conferences, seminars or meetings (services provided must not be paid by organizations/corporations in Brazil, except reimbursement for expenses or per diem allowances); unpaid participation in athletic or performing arts events or competitions.
Tourist visa holders are not allowed to engage in any paid activity in Brazil.
Activities which require a Business Visa (Vitem II)
Business trips, except when the trip involves the provision of technical assistance services of any nature (in which case a Vitem V is mandatory); travel for media coverage or filming; flight/ship crew members not holding an international crew card. Business visa holders are not allowed to engage in any activity under employment contract with a Brazilian organization/corporation.
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How do I get a travel visa to Brazil? | Yahoo Answers
First of all, you have to mention your nationality (that is, which country do you hold a passport for?).
Assuming you are a US citizen, you need to go to the consulate or embassy closest to your place of residence. Please find here a link to the requirements to get a tourism visa to Brazil: . You can find here a list of Brazilian consulates in the US:
How do I get a travel visa for Brazil? | Yahoo Answers
The Brazilian visa is very expensive for US citizens. I paid $100. You can go to the nearest consulate, but it may be easier to use a visa service.
How does one find a travel visa for Brazil?
You can mostly find all information you will have to know for your travelling visa for Brazil on the website of your government or on the website of your travel agency.