Entry requirements for Brazil
Do I Need a Visa for Brazil?
US citizens must have a visa when traveling to Brazil for any purpose. Whether you are going to Brazil for business, pleasure, to do mission work, or for any other reason, you must obtain a Brazilian visa. You must obtain the visa before you depart; Brazil does not offer a visa on arrival for US citizens. Visas for Brazil cannot be obtained at the airport, and the immigration authorities will deny entrance to Brazil to anyone who does not hold a valid visa.
Where Do I Obtain My Visa for Brazil?
The Brazilian visa must be obtained from the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate that has jurisdiction over your state of residence. You must make an appointment at that Consulate to deliver your application kit; documents cannot be mailed in. If you cannot make an out of state trip to the Consulate with jurisdiction over your home state, use Passport Health Passports and Visas; we hand deliver your application on your behalf!
What Types of Materials Support My Brazil Visa Application?
To apply for a visa for Brazil, you will need:
- Valid Passport
- Passport Photos
- Proof of Residency
- Proof of Travel Arrangements
- Properly Completed Brazil Visa Application Form
- Money Order
Depending on the details of your trip to Brazil, you may also need:
- Business Introduction Letter
- Notarized Parental Consent Form
- Birth Certificate
- Letter of Consent from Your Non-traveling Spouse
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How Do I Obtain My Visa for Brazil?
Call ! We make the complicated application process simple, and we handle all details on your behalf. We provide you with a step by step application kit, visa application review service, pre-paid shipping labels, and hand delivery of your documents to the proper consulate. Once your visa for Brazil is issued, we pick it up and mail it back to you.
What Else Do I Need to Do Before Traveling to Brazil?
Make sure your US passport is still valid. It needs to be good for 6 months after the date you plan to exit Brazil, and it must have 2 blank visa pages. If you need to get your passport renewed, we can get your new passport back to you in as few as 1-3 days.
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I live in Brazil and I work for a US company remotely. How can I move to the USA? - Quora
You will need to work for the company for at least a year, and complete your bachelors degree.
With that, your company will sponsor you for an L1 visa.