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Brazil visa application status


As of September 1, 2014 we will no longer accept ANY visa applications submitted by mail. Applications sent by mail postmarked later than
August 31, 2014 will be returned without processing.

(by the applicant or by a proxy - any friend, relative or colleague can act as a proxy) OR through visa agencies.

This information supersedes any other that you might still find on this website.

The Consulate General of Brazil in Washington for processing times after all application requirements are met.

NOTE: If your visa was submitted by a Travel Agent, the Consulate recognizes the Agent as your representative. Any issues or inquiries should be followed by the Agents with the Consulate. Your passport will only be returned to that Travel Agent.

You can check the status of your visa application by following these steps:

1) Go to the Visa Application Form website (https://scedv.serpro.gov.br/frscedv/index.jsp);

2) Click on the “CHECK VISA” (on the bottom-left side of page);

3) On the following screen, input:

  • Applicant’s information:
  • Protocol Number and Birth Date, or
  • Full Name and Birth Date
  • AND

  • The code letters on the highlighted box.
    * If the code is not clear, please click on the link "IF YOU CANNOT VISUALIZE THIS IMAGE, PLEASE CLICK HERE" underneath it and a new code will appear.
  • 4) Click on “SEARCH”

    5) Read the status of your visa application. Red dots will appear after each part of the processing has been completed:

  • RECEIVED: you have successfully filled out a visa application form;
  • PROCESSING: your visa application is currently being processed at the Consulate.
  • AUTHORIZED: your application has been approved and the visa stamp is ready for printing.
  • READY FOR COLLECTION: your visa has been processed, authorized, printed and it is ready to be picked up.

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