Tourism, Business, Events

Apply For Your Brazil Evisa


Tourism, Business, Events

Apply For Your Brazil Evisa

Needed to enter Brazil for up to 90 days

For Business, Holiday or Visiting Friends

Apply online and receive it in your email


The Brazil eVisa was introduced in November 2017 and it has significantly simplified the visa application process for travelers from the eligible countries. Although the online application for the Brazilian visa was temporarily suspended, the government has now reintroduced the eVisa online system to enter Brazil for three specific nationalities: Australia, Canada, and the United States.

Effective April 10th, 2024, travelers from Australia, Canada, and the United States heading to Brazil for tourism, business, or visiting family and friends must adhere to online visa requirements for entry into Brazilian territory.

Travelers who obtain this multiple-entry visa online are allowed entry into Brazil for a maximum of 90 days (equivalent to three months). Additionally, the issued Evisas are valid for one year.

You can access the online visa application form for arrivals in Brazil by air, sea, or land through this website.

The application process is straightforward and fast, and if all the requirements mentioned below are met, applicants usually receive their e-Visa within a week via email.

It’s advisable for applicants to submit their Brazil visa application online at least two months before their scheduled trip. This proactive approach ensures a stress-free experience and guarantees that the travel document arrives on time, providing peace of mind for travelers.

Please note that electronic visas are exclusively available for citizens of Australia, Canada, and the United States.

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Brazil eVisa Summary

Reason for Coming:
Business, Transit or Pleasure
Valid for a single trip, each traveler needs his.
Visit up to 90 days
Dispatch time:
5 business days after succsefull payment
$120 USD per evisa– each traveler needs his authorization
How to get it:
Apply Online only
Brazil eVisa – Apply Now Evisa Brazil PDF download

Who can submit a Brazilian Evisa application?

You may apply for an e-Visa if you fit the following conditions:


You plan to visit Brazil for Tourism, Business, visiting family and friends


Your intended stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days


You hold any of the following passports: American, Australian
or Canadian

Requirements to apply online:

  • Valid Passport (signed, valid until the end of your travel to Brazil, with at least 2 visa pages free)
  • Completed Visa Application Form (filled out online)
  • Uploaded Passport-style Photo (2” x 2”, with a white background)
  • Payment of e-Visa processing levy

All requests for e-Visas must be submitted through the online portal.

How to apply – 3 Easy steps to obtain your Brazil E-Visa

Step 1: Share Your Travel and personal details

Complete the application and upload the required documents.

You can easily apply for your visa using the online platform, whether from your computer or mobile phone. The initial step of the eVisa application involves providing all the required information and uploading the necessary documents.

During the online application process, you will need to choose the country of citizenship corresponding to the passport you hold. If you have more than one nationality, please apply for the Evisa with the same passport you will be using for your travel in Brazil.

If among your group of travelers is a minor, please note that additional documents are going to be required. Click here for more information on the specific documents needed.

Step 2: Submit successful your Payment

Once you’ve entered all the necessary information in step 1, you will be prompted to proceed to the payment page and pay the fee. Accepted payment methods for the Evisa Levy are MasterCard/Visa credit or debit cards.

Step 3: Receive your eVisa via Email

Upon successfully completing the payment, you’ll receive an email confirming your application Submission and your Application Reference number. 

If additional documents or information are required, you’ll receive a second email requesting them. So, it’s important to stay vigilant and check your email regularly.

As soon as your application is approved a PDF file containing your eVisa is going to be sent to the email address provided in the application form

Please download the file, print out a copy of it and carry your Brazilian eVisa when boarding and arriving in Brazil. 

We also suggest keeping a digital copy on your mobile phone for easy access.

Please note:

Failure to print and present your eVisa at the airport may result in being denied boarding the plane.

What is Needed for the Brazil eVisa Application Form?

The online application for your Brazil eVisa requires certain information about you and your travel along with the upload of several document’s scan:

Personal information

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Country of Origin
  • Gender

Passport data

  • Passport number
  • Issuing country
  • Date of issuance
  • Expiration

Travel details

  • Travel purpose
  • When is planned to enter Brazil

Please make sure to input your information with precision and accuracy. Any errors or omissions could cause delays in the processing of your application.


Besides the visa application requirements mentioned previously, applicants below the age of 18 at the time of application must also submit the following additional materials:

  • Completed online visa application form.
  • Color scan of minor’s passport‘s bio page (ensure no glare or fingers on the scan, and the code at the bottom of the page is fully visible). See example here.
  • Passport size photo with a white background, 413 x 531 pixels (3.5 x 4.5 cm) and meeting specific guidelines (no glasses, head covering, teeth, shadows visible). This is a requirement for everybody, adult and minors. See guidelines here.
  • Birth certificate of the minor (copy of the original).
  • Authorization for Brazilian Visa grant to a Minor, parents have to sign it. If only one parent is listed on the birth certificate, only their signature is required. (in which case a Notarized copy of grant of sole custody if one parent has sole custody)
  • Death certificate if one parent if deceased.
  • Both parents’ passports’ copies or official photo IDs (names must match those on the child’s birth certificate).
  • Proof of name change (e.g., marriage certificate, court order) if applicable.
  • Successfully paid eVisa processing cost. 

Once Landed in Brazil

Upon arrival at a Brazilian airport, authorities will verify your authorization to enter the country.

To avoid any complications, ensure you have the necessary paperwork – A VALID PASSPORT & PRINTED COPY OF YOUR APPROVED eVISA.

As a side note please remember that once you applied for your Evisa and successfully obtained it, make sure to use the same passport in the approved document to enter Brazil. 

If you’ve renewed your passport since obtaining your visa, you’ll need to submit a new travel authorization application using the updated passport details. Your passport and your Travel Authorization are linked. The passport number and details must be the same in both documents to enter the country of Brazil

Moreover, please note that having a valid passport and an approved electronic visa doesn’t guarantee entry into Brazil. At your arrival an Immigration officer will carefully assess whether you meet all the required entry criteria before clearing to enter the country.

The Brazilian eVisa is NOT a regular visa obtained at the EMBASSY

The eVisa and Consular Visa differ in both the way you apply for them and their delivery methods:
  • Only citizens from Australia, USA, and Canada can obtain a Brazil Evisa.
  • The eVisa is available online only by filling out an application via computer or mobile device, while the Consular Visa requires an in-person visit to a Consulate and its approval period could be longer.
  • The eVisa application is conveniently completed online on the website. Once approved the eVisa is delivered in PDF via email. The Consular Visa instead is granted at the Embassy or Consulate and is applied to your Passport.
  • In fact, please note that the eVisa will not be stamped on your passport but is only associated to your passport number.
  • Despite their differences in the application methods, both the eVisa and Consular Visa have similar characteristics, for example, they have the same validity period and allow multiple entries in Brazil.

Citizens from several other countries are required a traditional Consular visa for entry into Brazil. Among those are various Asian and African nations. 

If you belong to a visa-required country other than Australia, Canada, or the United States, you must apply for your Brazil travel visa in person at the embassy.

For travelers coming from visa-exempt countries, such as all European Union member states and certain African, Asian, and Central American countries, in most cases there is no requirement for visa for stays of up to 90 days.

We would like to stress out once more that Australia, Canada, and the United States are no longer exempt from Brazil’s visa requirements. 

Effective from April 10, 2024, travelers from these countries must obtain an eVisa for entry into Brazil.

Brazilian Evisa Frequently Asked Questions

The Brazil eVisa is a travel authorization that grants travelers access to Brazil for tourism, business, and transit for periods of up to 3 months. This electronic visa remains valid for one year from the date of issuance and It allows multiple entrances during its validity. It is available online only. 

The Brazilian authorities place great emphasis on the quality of your photograph. To avoid processing delays or requests for better-quality documents, it is strongly recommended that you upload a photo that meets the following requirements:

  • Opt for a plain white background to ensure clarity.
  • Ensure your teeth are not visible in the photo.
  • Avoid any shadows in the picture for better quality.
  • Face the camera directly and refrain from wearing glasses.
  • Make sure the image is clear and not blurry.
  • Your shoulders should be covered and visible in the photograph.
  • Ensure your ears, nose, mouth, and eyes are clearly visible.
  • Tie your hair back neatly to avoid covering any facial features.

While using a solid white background is recommended, ensure that your photo meets all the specified qualifications mentioned above for a successful application process.


You can obtain the electronic Brazil visa for a fee of $120, which covers a three-month stay in the country. The payment process is conducted online and accepted methods of payment are MasterCard and Visa credit or Debit cards.

The Brazilian immigration authority declares the processing time being 5 days. In our experience, a travel document takes at least 7 days to be approved.

It is recommended that every applicant completes and submits the visa form online 2 months in advance before their planned travel to Brazil. That would ensure a smoother processing and ensure a timely visa approval. Sometimes additional documents are required along with re-submission of scan images due to poor quality.

However, please note that the final processing time is subject to the Brazilian government’s discretion.

While travel insurance is not obligatory for visiting Brazil, it is recommended. It’s wise to consider purchasing a policy that includes coverage for trip cancellations, medical emergencies, and lost luggage. 

Healthcare expenses for foreigners in Brazil can be substantial, making comprehensive insurance could be essential.


It’s no wonder Brazil receives millions of guests every year. The largest country in South America, it offers visitors a full spectrum of sights and experiences, from outdoor excursions to cultural events to scientific explorations and much more.

Brazil’s world-class cities include Rio de Janeiro with its fabulous Ipanema beach and the Copacabana, and Sao Paulo, the country’s center of trade and industry. Recife on the coast is called the Venice of Brazil, while Buzios is recognized as an international resort with over 20 beaches.

Looking for outdoor thrills? Try whale watching along the Santa Catarina coastline. Hang-glide from Pedra Bonita in the Tijuca National Park. Scale the Agulha do Diabo, known for offering one of the 15 best rock climbs in the world. Take a trip deep into the Amazon and canoe your way out.

Culture and history are rich and abundant in this giant country. The city of Paraty was founded in 1667 and contains a wealth of colonial architecture and historic artifacts. Coastal Paranagua is a place to visit ancient schools, churches, and mansions. The Imperial Palace of Petropolis is a must-see. Belem is one of the oldest cities of Brazil with a full repertoire of sights to appreciate.

No matter the age and interest, Brazil has much to offer every visitor. You might be interested to read FAQs before applying for a visa to Brazil.