Brazil eVisa Application

Brazil eVisa: Basic Information

The Brazil eVisa is an electronic visa that was implemented in November of 2017. Since then, it has been making the Brazil visa handling experience much easier.

The online application for the Brazilian visa was suspended for a while, but the Brazilian government re-introduced the eVisa system for three nationalities, including Australia, Canada, and the United States.

Nationals of the said three countries need to apply for a Brazil eVisa to enter the country from April 10th, 2025.

With the multiple-entry visa obtained online, travelers are granted entry into Brazil for up to 90 days (three months), while the issued eVisas have a one-year-long validity period.

The approved Brazil online visa can be used for the purposes of tourism, business and transit

To apply for an eVisa for Brazil, a valid passport and any working device with an internet connection will be needed. Also, there are a number of supporting documents that travelers from Australia, Canada, and the U.S. need to upload. 

Filling out the application form with the necessary data and making an online payment should take just a few minutes. 

The processing time may take up to 5 business days. However, applicants are recommended to apply for a Brazil visa online even 2 months prior to the date of a planned trip to ensure peace of mind and visa arrival on time. 

Once processed, the Brazil eVisa is sent to each applicant via email. The approved visa should be printed out and shown upon arrival in Brazil. 

Brazil eVisa types

Brazil offers one online visa type for all eligible travelers, and that is a multiple-entry permit for a 90-day stay.

The eVisa allows its holders to visit Brazil for the purposes of tourism, business, and transit.

It's perfect for visiting your friends and family, going on vacation, exploring the country as a tourist, looking for some new cooperation opportunities, handling business affairs, or reaching your final destination with a stop in Brazil.

eVisa stays valid for one year (12 months) from the online visa issue date. Make sure to visit Brazil within that time!

Online visa application for Brazil

The process of applying for a visa online is very intuitive. Travelers must prepare all required documents (see the section 'Required documents') before they start.

Visit our website using whichever device you prefer and submit a Brazilian eVisa form online.

Spare just a few minutes from your day, whether at home or on a break at work and complete the application process following these three steps:

  • Select the purpose of your travel using the panel on the left. Click 'Apply online' and start filling out the form by providing some basic personal information and travel details. Put your passport information and type in your email address.
  • Make sure everything is correct, and move on to making the payment. To pay the Brazil eVisa fee, use any online payment method, choosing from several available.
  • Receive a confirmation email immediately after your payment clears. Next, wait for your pre-approved eVisa to arrive at your inbox.

Please note! Electronic visa applications must be made at least 5 working days before your travel to Brazil. Apply even 2 months in advance to receive your entry permit on time.

Once you receive your approved Brazilian eVisa, make sure to print it out and take its printed copy for your trip to Brazil.

eVisa validity

As soon as your entry permit gets approved, it stays effective for a whole year. Brazil eVisa holders can enter the country numerous times for up to 90 days (three months) within the one-year validity period.

Please remember! Your passport must not expire for at least 6 months from the planned date of entry to Brazil. Ensure that your travel document has the appropriate validity to avoid any issues with processing the electronic visa or entering Brazil.

Transit information

To visit Brazil for transit purposes, all travelers need an online tourist visa. Fortunately, the Brazilian eVisa makes it possible to enter the country for tourism, business, and transit reasons.

Apply well n advance for a visa for Brazil before your planned travel and reach your final destination with an eVisa for a smooth transition through Brazil.

Requirements on arrival

All you need to have upon your travel to Brazil is a printed eVisa and a valid passport. Your travel document must not expire for the next 6 months from the intended date of crossing the Brazilian border.

List of eligible countries

The following countries must apply for the Brazil eVisa before visiting it:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • United States of America

Brazil Business eVisa information

The business entry permit is dedicated to all entrepreneurs that need to handle their business affairs in Brazil.

Take a 3-month travel with a multiple-entry online visa to Brazil and take care of all your work responsibilities.

With the business entry permit, travelers can:

  • negotiate future contracts or cooperations
  • look for new job opportunities
  • discuss any issues with their business partners
  • have a business trip

Please note! An electronic business visa to Brazil does not serve as a working permit. eVisa holders cannot undertake employment while on their trip.

Brazilian eVisa Application Problems

The whole process of applying is very simple and intuitive.

Filling the online form shouldn't take you longer than a few minutes.

However, if you encounter any problems while submitting your application, do not hesitate to contact our support team via email or phone.

Click the 'Contact' button located on the top of the page and get access to our email and phone number, under which we are available to all applicants.

Brazil eVisa Sample

The single-entry Brazil eVisa sample presents how the 90-day entry permit looks like. Once approved it is delivered directly to the applicant’s email address in PDF form.

Brazil eVisa

Required Documents

Tourism purposes

Each applicant should prepare the following documents that will be necessary to apply for a Brazil tourist visa online:

  • a valid passport (signed and with two blank pages, valid until the end of planned stay in Brazil)
  • a passport-style photograph (2” x 2”, white background)
  • flight reservation proof (showing entrance into and exit from Brazil)
  • printed bank statement showing transactions for the last 30 days and showing at least US$ 2,000.00 for travel

Business-related purposes

Apart from the documents listed above, travelers wishing to visit Brazil for business purposes will also need to provide one additional document:

  • a letter issued by a U.S. or Brazilian company, including the following information:

- Brazil company's/organization's business or activities nature

- applicant's title, month salary, and job description

- nature of business and activities to be conducted by an applicant in Brazil

- Brazilian company's name and address (cooperating with the applicant)

- contact details in Brazil (name, phone number, corresponding position)

-  travel dates

- a statement that a company will provide financial support to the applicant during their stay in Brazil

- a statement that an applicant will not provide any technical assistance or undertake paid work when in Brazil (paid activities require holding a VITEM V temporary work visa)

Application for minor travelers

Minor travelers need to follow the same requirements as adult applicants. However, every applicant below 18 years of age also must present the following supporting documents:

  • birth certificate (original plus one copy)
  • authorization for issuance of Brazilian visas for minors (signed by both parents)
  • Declaração de Não-Cidadania signed by Brazilian parents (declaring that the applicant is not a Brazilian citizen, i.e., does not possess a Brazilian Birth Certificate)
  • passport or photo ID of both parents of a minor applicant (copy)*

*If only one parent is listed on the minor's birth certificate, only that parent's signature is necessary. If one parent has sole custody over a minor applicant, it is necessary to present a notarized copy of the court order awarding sole custody and exclusive parental rights. In case of one parent's death, a death certificate is required. 

Important information

  • Applications must be submitted at least 5 business days prior to your travel to Brazil (it is recommended to apply even 2 months in advance)
  • Once you receive the approved eVisa, print it out and take a printed visa copy for your trip
  • eVisa to Brazil expires after one year from issuing; your travel to Brazil must take place within the 12-month validity period
  • Our support team is available to all applicants via email or phone
  • Traveler's passport must stay valid for at least 6 months from the planned date of entry to Brazil
  • Brazil entry permit can be used for tourism, business, and transit purposes

Benefits of Evisa Express

  • Easy application processThere are three easy steps to get your eVisa to Brazil. Any issues during the application process can be addressed by contacting our support team.
  • Qualified team of expertsA qualified team oversees the processing of every application.
  • Guarantee of serviceIf an application is unable to be processed, reimbursement is provided according to the conditions set out by our Terms of Service.

Evisa Express is an independent company that offers efficient and professional assistance in obtaining eVisas. We are not associated with any governmental agency. See Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

FAQ  about the Brazilian eVisa

  • What is the Brazil eVisa?

    Brazil eVisa is a multiple-entry permit that allows its holders to visit Brazil for up to 3 months for tourism, business, and transit purposes. The electronic visa stays valid for one year from issuing and can be obtained entirely online. Follow a 3-step process of applying and receive the entry permit at your email address!

  • Can I enter Brazil without an online visa?

    Many countries can enter Brazil without an entry permit, e.g., all EU countries are granted visa-free entry. However, three nationalities, including Australia, Canada, and the United States of America, need to apply for a visa online in advance of their travel.

  • Do I need an electronic visa for Brazil?

    To find out if you need an entry permit to visit Brazil, check the 'List of eligible countries' section and see if you can find your country on that list. If yes, you will need an electronic visa to cross the Brazilian border.

  • Do children need an eVisa for Brazil?

    Children are not exempt from the electronic visa obligation for Brazil. The online application should be submitted by the underage traveler's parent or guardian.

  • How much does a Brazil eVisa cost?

    The electronic Brazil visa costs only 49 Euro for a three-month stay in the country. Make an online payment using any preferred method from the various ones available for applicants on our website.

  • What documents do I need for the Brazil eVisa?

    Travelers who must apply for a Brazilian entry permit should prepare a few supporting documents and take a photo of their passport bio page.  Make sure that your passport validity will be at least 6 months from the planned date of entering Brazil. Each applicant should also prepare a face photo taken using either a phone or a PC camera.

  • How to apply for a Brazil visa online?

    To apply for the Brazilian visa online, fill the application form with your data and travel details. Make an online payment for the 49 Euro fee and wait for your visa to arrive in your inbox. Once received, print it out and get your eVisa for your trip to Brazil.

  • How long does it take to get Brazil eVisa?

    Each applicant should submit the visa form online at least 5 days before traveling to Brazil. To ensure timely visa approval, applicants may submit their applications even 2 months in advance. The final processing time always depends on the Brazilian government.

  • How will I receive the Brazil eVisa?

    As soon as your application gets processed, the approved online tourist visa is delivered to your inbox. Make sure to provide an email address that is active to receive them without any issues.

  • Do I need to print an electronic Brazil visa?

    The approved eVisa needs to be printed out. Once you receive it, don't forget to make a printed copy, as it is required upon arrival in the country.

  • How long can I stay in Brazil with an eVisa?

    eVisa allows its holders to stay in Brazil for up to 90 days (three months). Please note that the online visa for Brazil serves as a multiple-entry permit. Once you leave the country, you need to make a new application.

  • How long is an eVisa for Brazil good for?

    Brazilian online tourist visa stays effective for a whole year from issue. Travelers should check if their passport will stay valid for at least 6 months (180 days) from the intended date of entering Brazil.

  • Can I get an online visa on arrival in Brazil?

    If your country is listed as eligible for the Brazilian online visa, you need to make an application at least 5 days in advance of your travel. Receive the approved entry permit and ensure smooth and issues-free entry to Brazil.

  • What can I do if my Brazil eVisa is denied?

    Should your application not be processed, contact our support team via email or phone to discuss your situation. We are happy to help anyone struggling with the process of applying or eVisa rejection.

Three easy steps to get your eVisa

  • Apply onlineFill out basic information on your citizenship and purpose for travel.
  • Fill out remaining required information and make an online paymentWe accept both credit and debit cards and other convenient methods of payment.
  • Check your emailOnce your payment is confirmed, the eVisa will be sent to the email address you provided in your application.
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