How to Request your Brazil eVisa

Discover everything about the online Brazil eVisa application procedure. Find out who qualifies for the eVisa, the essential prerequisites, and the duration of the application process. 

Learn how to verify your application status and what to do if you misplace your electronic visa. 

This section provides comprehensive details on applying for a Brazil eVisa.

By using the online system, you skip the consulate visit. Documents, information and payment for visa may be done from the comfort of your home. 

If your application is approved, your visa will be forwarded via email. The information you submit will be reviewed by a trained expert in our agency to guarantee the highest chance of approval.

Only travelers holders of Australian, Canadian, or U.S. passports can travel with eVisa– the electronic travel authorization for entering Brazil.

Yes, all individuals who meet the eligibility criteria, including minors below 18 years old, are required to obtain a visa for entry into Brazil. This condition is applicable even for children included in their parent’s or guardian’s passports

Yes, it is the same, regardless of age. The fee covers the immigration cost and the processing agency fee. The payment guarantees assistance for the entire Document’s period of validity. Plus, your purchase is insured: if you do not get on time your Evisa, you will be reimbursed 100% of what paid.

Every traveler needs to upload scanned colored copies of:

  • Passport bio page: example can be viewed here.
  • An ICAO Standard photograph: Photo examples can be viewed here.
  • Additional documents required for minor applicants
    Minors are required to send additional documents. The applicant must select either both or a single parent/ legal guardian.
    If both parents are chosen, then the passport bio pages of each parent, along with a Birth Certificate and an Authorization Letter with signatures of both parents, must be uploaded. If a single parent or legal guardian is chosen, further documentation is needed, demonstrating why only a single parent is authorizing.
  • Authorization Letter – signed by both parents/legal guardians. You can download the Authorization Letter here.
  • Passport page of Parent 1 or Legal Guardian 1
  • Passport page of Parent 2 or Legal Guardian 2
  • Birth Certificate
  • If only one parent/legal guardian is selected, then the applicant must submit any valid document giving reasoning why both parents’ approval is not given – e.g. death certificate, sole custody document etc.

If you provide an incorrect email address, please contact us asap. We will update the email address and you are going to receive your approved travel document in your correct email inbox.

Contact our staff via our website contact page. We are always available to answer your questions or doubts. Moreover at times your application might need additional documents or re-submission of scan docs, so please stay on the lookout for possible emails from us, including checking your email spam folder.

We will send you an email keeping you informed of all developments. Usually after having successfully applied you are going to receive a submission confirmation. 

The fee payment is a necessary condition to start the processing of your application. Accepted payment method are Mastercard or Visa credit or Debit card

Brazil eVisa in details

Here’s an overview of the eVisa for Brazil, including its purpose, eligibility criteria, distinctions from a Consular Visa, and validity period.

The Brazil e-Visa process is very straightforward. To apply online, you need a valid machine-readable passport from Australia, Canada or USA. Begin the application process by:

  • Clicking on Brazil e-Visa Application Page
  • Fill out the Visa Application Form
  • Upload Photo and Passport Bio Page
  • Answer questions during the subsequent visa application process
  • Make online payment.

Once it is complete, you will receive a response within 7 working days.

If all required documents are correctly submitted, visas are sent within a week. The Brazil e-Visa process is very straightforward however your request could be denied if the information you provide is not accurate.

The information you submit will be reviewed by a trained expert in our agency to guarantee the highest chance of approval. We will contact you immediately in case we spot anything that seems incorrect, missing or otherwise wrong prior to processing your application. If you haven’t heard back in that time period, please contact us.

Visas are sent via email. Once your Brazil visa application has been processed and approved, you will receive the visa confirmation via email in PDF format. It’s important to note that sometimes emails may be categorized as ‘junk’ or ‘spam’, so we recommend checking these folders if you haven’t received the email within 7 to 12 days after submitting your application.

You can simply reprint the e-Visa pdf file in the confirmation email that you received when your application was approved. 

Alternatively, you can visit our contact page and ask a new copy of your e-Visa from there. 

To avoid any inconvenience while traveling please make sure to keep multiple copies of your e-Visa in safe places, including your mobile.

Yes, you may re-apply using the online application form or at a Consulate. 

If your Evisa has been denied not for submission of wrong or incomplete documents, we strongly recommend you to apply for a consular visa at the embassy of Brazil closest to you.

Vice versa, if you are aware that your documents were incomplete and now are able to correct those, we encourage you to re-apply online using the proper documents and travel information. 

The Brazil eVisa typically remains valid for 5-10 years, varying based on your nationality. This visa allows you to spend up to 90 days annually in Brazil. However, if your passport’s remaining validity is less than the eVisa’s duration from the application date, the visa will expire along with the passport.

The eVisa for Brazil is applied for online and processed faster, typically within a few days to a week, with a validity of one year and allows entry via authorized ports. On the other hand, the Consular Visa requires in-person application, may take longer to process, offers longer stay durations, and involves receiving a physical visa stamp on your passport from the consulate or embassy.

Brazil eVisa questions regarding passports

It’s important to be familiar with the passport criteria for the Brazil eVisa to ensure a smooth entry experience. Your eVisa’s passport details must match precisely with those on your actual passport to avoid any complications.

Discover more about visa renewals, what to do if your passport expires before your visa, and which passport to utilize if you hold dual citizenship. Having clarity on these aspects will help you navigate the eVisa process with ease and confidence.

You must choose a nationality to apply. Choose the nationality that is e-Visa acceptable and make sure that you are going to enter brazil with the passport associated to your travel authorization. In fact, your Brazilian document and your passport you applied with are linked and need to pre shown together to enter the country.

Citizens holding passports from the United States, Canada, and Australia are eligible to apply for the Brazil e-Visa. The passport must be valid for the entire period of stay in Brazil, preferably 6 months from the date of entry in the country.

Moreover, 2 white pages are required by the immigration officer to stamp the entry once approved at the port of entry.

You must have a valid passport when applying for your travel authorization. It must be valid for the entire period of your stay in Brazil. If you don’t have enough days left on your passport, you must renew your passport before requesting your authorization online.

Arriving in Brazil with an eVisa

Learn essential details before your trip to Brazil with your eVisa.

Does possessing an eVisa guarantee entry into Brazil? What documents are necessary to present to Brazilian border officials upon arrival? Get the answers to these critical questions.

While our review of your application gives your request the highest changes to be accepted, this cannot guarantee its automatic approval. Entry visas are granted solely by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) and they have the final say. 

Once your receive your approved evisa this is not a guarantee of entry in the country. 

When arriving in brazil you are going to show your approved travel authorization along with your passport associated with it. An immigration officer is going to revise them and decide if grant entry or not. Most of the time the decision is positive, so there is nothing to fear.

Upon arrival in Brazil, ensure you have the following documents ready to present to the Brazilian border authorities:

  • Your current and valid passport.
  • A printed copy of your eVisa, or alternatively a saved copy in your mobile/tablet device. The printed hardcopy is definitely to be preferre

The Brazil eVisa is a multiple-entry visa, allowing you to enter and exit Brazil multiple times during its validity period.

The travel authorization is valid for a period of 5-10 year starting its approval date. The granted duration is based on your nationality and the immigration authority solely discretion.