The processing time for your Brazilian Travel authorization is quite long, one week at the minimum.

For this reason is advisable to apply well in advance of your departure date. We recommend to apply as soon as you have your flight confirmed.

At times, the immigration officer who examines the application asks for further info (details on the hotel, places to visit) or to upload again certain documents. This obviously causes a further delay to the approval process.

Once you have successfully applied you are going to receive an email with your protocol number.

As soon as your application is approved, you are going to receive it in your email inbox.

During your travels, your Card will play a crucial role at various stages:

  • When booking and reserving your flight.
  • During check-in, whether it’s done online or at the airport, your travel authorization is required to obtain your boarding pass.
  • At airport security checkpoints and during passport control.
  • When boarding your flight.
  • During transfers or connections, especially if you have connecting flights where you may need to present your Authorization.
  • Finally, during immigration control upon your arrival in Brazil.

YES! Every traveler who is not a resident of Brazil, regardless of their age, must have a Brazilian travel authorization to enter the country. It’s crucial to ensure that every member of your family, including infants and children, has their authorization approved before the trip.

We take great pride in our commitment to efficient customer service. Our dedicated team understands the importance of addressing your inquiries promptly. 

You can expect to receive a response to your questions shortly after your inquiry is submitted, usually within an hour and often in just a few minutes.

The passport you apply with in your travel authorization application and the one you are going to enter brazil with must be the same.

Each authorization is linked to the traveler passport and together are going to be checked at the immigration controls in airport once arrived in Brazil.

NO, the online eVisa and the formal visa stamped in your passport from the Embassy are not interchangeable. While every non-resident traveler must have an eVisa, some nationalities may also require a visa for entry.

It’s crucial to check Brazil’s visa requirements and ensure that you have all the required documentation ready before your trip.

Here are a few ways to obtain a Travel Authorization for your trip to Brazil:

  • Check the website of your airline or ask your travel agent to obtain one for you.
  • Visit the official immigration website of Brazil.
  • Use a reliable and expert online travel Visa agency, like us.

All you need to do is enter your travel details, such as your departure city, address in Brazil, and travel dates, on the application page for traveling to Brazil.

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