Brazilian Visa


As of January 10th 2024, passport holders from Australia, Canada and the United States will require a visa to enter Brazil.
If you have a valid physical visa on your passport for the purpose of your visit, you do not need to apply for a new visa.

Important Notice:
The eVisa of the Federative Republic of Brazil is a new entry requirement for Americans, Australians & Canadians

Entering Brazil by air, sea, or land. The online form to apply for this type of Visa is available here.
Starting January 10th, eVisas are mandatory for USA, Australia, and Canada passport holders visiting Brazil.
If you’re arriving on January 9th,
we strongly advise applying for your eVisa to avoid travel disruptions due to delays or missed connections.
Secure your eVisa for a hassle-free journey!

Know your visa type

You can apply for the eVisa if you fit in the conditions mentioned below:
  • You intend to go to Brazil as a Visitor (see the subcategories below).
  • Your stay in Brazil will not exceed 90 days.
  • You hold an American,Canadian and Australian passport.
Important notes:
  • If you hold a Diplomatic Passport or Special Passport, you will still need an eVisa for your entry.

Documents Needed – please email all the required documents to:

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR eVisa( Tourism/Business) Stays Up to 90 Days
  • Travel the World Visas Service Order Form
  • Good quality scanned copy of the passport data page (signed, valid up to end of Brazil trip, passport must have 2 visa pages free) – must be valid minimum of 6 months prior to arrival.
  • Evisa Application Form
  • Passport-style photo (2” x 2”, white background). Please click here to view the guidelines for the photograph to be uploaded.
  • Confirmation of round trip reservation (flight, ship, or bus reservation showing entrance by air, sea or land into Brazil and exit from Brazil).
  • Printed bank statement showing transactions for the last 30 days and showing at least US$ 2,000.00 for travel.Only for Tourism & Transit purposes.(For family process: signed sponsorship letter and bank statement from the main applicant).
  • In addition to the materials listed above, applicants traveling to Brazil for business (company meetings, consulting, auditing, site visits, signing of contracts, journalistic activities, cruise or airline crew members.) must present a letter from either their U.S. or Brazilian company. The letter should be on company stationery and signed by a manager/director/supervisor, stating the following information:
  • Nature of company’s/organization’s business or activities in Brazil.
  • Applicant’s title, job description and monthly salary.
  • Nature of business and activities to be conducted by applicant in Brazil.
  • Name(s) and address(es) of Brazilian company(ies) with which applicant will conduct business.
  • Contact(s) in Brazil: name(s), phone number(s) and corresponding position(s).
  • Expected travel dates.
  • Affirmation of company’s financial support of applicant while in Brazil.
  • Affirmation that applicant will not provide any technical assistance or perform any salaried work while in Brazil (such activities require a VITEM V temporary work visa).
  • In addition to the visa application requirements stated above, applicants who are younger than 18 years of age at the time of application must present the following additional materials:
  • Original birth certificate and one copy
  • Authorization for Issuance of Brazilian Visa for a Minor,signed by both parents
  • For children of Brazilian parent(s): Statement of Non-Citizenship declaring that the applicant is not a Brazilian citizen (does not hold a Brazilian Birth Certificate), signed by Brazilian parent(s).
  • If only one parent is listed on birth certificate, only that parent’s signature is required.
  • If one parent has sole custody of applicant, a notarized copy of the court order awarding sole custody and exclusive parental rights must be presented.
  • If one parent is deceased, a death certificate must be presented.
  • Copy of passports or other form of photo ID for both parents.
  • The name on the parent’s photo ID must match parent’s name on the child’s birth certificate. If said parent has changed his or her name since the issuance of the birth certificate, the parent must present documentation showing proof of the name change (e.g. marriage certificate or court order). Even if they are not minors,adults also need to present the Court Order in case of change of name.
  • Airline crew members who hold valid International Air Crew Card or Seafarers who hold valid International Seafarer Card issued under Term 185 of the International Labor Organization (ILO) are exempt from eVisa. Air crew members and Seafarers who do not hold the above mentioned cards need the eVisa.


Fee Information

Service Fee:

$105.00/visa (applicable for Evisa)

Consular Fee:  
$85.90 per person

Consular fees above include a $5 money order fee (consulate/embassy accepts money order only).

Return Mail Fee (1-3 passports):
For Alaska and Hawaii, please add $25.00

2-Day Delivery: $40.00
Overnight Delivery: $48.00
Saturday Delivery: $85.00

Travel the World Visas Service Order Form

For the safety of your passport, we recommend delivery by courier.  If there were a delay, we would be able to track or trace it.

Please send all required documents and payment (Money Order, Company Check, Cashier’s Check, American Express, Visa or MasterCard) by courier to:

1930 18TH STREET NW, UNIT #1

Travel Smart. Travel Safe.  Register your trip on-line with STEP, the U.S. Embassy Smart Traveler Enrollment Program.  It’s free.  So why not make it part of your travel planning and personal security?

U.S. embassies and consulates assist nearly 200,000 Americans each year who are victims of crime, accident, or illness, or whose loved ones need to contact them in an emergency. Although it is unlikely, should natural disaster, terrorism, or civil unrest strike during your foreign travel, the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate would be your source of assistance and information. By registering your trip, you help the embassy or consulate locate you when you might need them the most.


Travel the World Visas acts only as an agent, and accepts no responsibility for the services of any Travel Agent, Consulate, Passport Agency or Embassy in connection with the granting of visas. We are not responsible for delays, loss of passports or damage caused by such service providers or the U.S. Mail.
Requirements and fees are for U.S. Citizens only. Contact Travel the World Visas for information on other nationalities.
Requirements and fees are subject to change without prior notice.
Sorry but all fees are non-refundable.