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#1 Service for the Brazil eVisa

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Why get your eVisa issued with Us

We are the trusted source when foreign citizens need help with Brazilian immigration. Crystal clear advisory provided by actual Brazilian immigration specialists based in Brazil but speaking fluent English. Don’t settle for less.  

Top 3 Reasons People Choose Us

1. Know-how: I don’t want to learn the immigration process. Better rely on the pros!
2. Time-saving: Get someone to handle it ASAP so one less task on my list.
3. 100% Human: a real human being handle your application and answer your questions.

Fully Online Application

The eVisa is 100% electronic. No documents need to be mailed to us for processing. You will receive your beautiful brand-new eVisa via email!

Documents required:

  • First pages of your passport
  • Passport-style photograph
  • Round-trip flight reservation
  • Bank statement with US$2,000+

Get Started NOW

Most applicants take less than 5 minutes to submit their application. Here is how it works:

1- We review your uploaded files.

2- If everything looks good, we send you a link for payment. If not, we will let you know what should be changed.

3- After you provide payment, we file your application with Brazilian Immigration.

4- Upon approval, we will send your issued Brazil e-Visa by email.

* The vast majority of our applications are approved. However, Brazil Immigration has sole discretion in approving the applications. By using our service, you agree that we are representing you on a best-effort basis and are not responsible for any damages potentially arising from a denial.



Common Questions

  1. Is this an official service?
    This is a private service provided by a Brazilian firm. We are not part of the Brazilian government.

  2. How much does it cost?
    Our application service costs US$99 plus the government fee of US$80.90 and a payment processing fee of US$5 for a total of US$184.90.

  3. How do I pay?
    After we receive your documents, we will send a link for payment to the email address you provided during the application.

  4. How long does it take for the e-Visa to be issued?
    Most applications will take less than 5 business days to be processed. However, as this visa is reviewed by consular staff, the waiting time may be longer during peak season.

  5. Do I get my money back if my e-Visa application is denied?
    No. There is no refund for any amounts paid.

  6. For how long can I stay in Brazil?
    You can stay for up to 90 days.

  7. For how long is the eVisa valid?
    The e-Visa is valid for 10 years for US citizens and 5 years for Canada and Australia citizens allowing for multiple entries within that time frame. 

  8. Who is eligible for the eVisa?
    Citizens from the US, Canada, and Australia. eVisa is not available to Brazilians with dual nationality.

  9. For which purposes is the eVisa valid?
    Business (no paid activity), tourism, transit, seminars, crewmember, and visiting a Brazilfiancée or spouse. 

  10. How do I apply for a family or large group?
    You use our application for to upload multiple documents at the same time or apply offline with out team at [email protected].

  11. What does happen to my eVisa if my passport expires?
    Your eVisa will no longer be valid and you will have to apply for a new eVisa.

Why Can’t I Just Do It Myself?

You can certainly do it yourself, but in this case:

  • You will see that the official website may be offline when you try to apply
  • Credit cards may be declined for unexplained reasons
  • Documents may be refused for common mistakes by first applicants
  • The official website is cumbersome, to say the least

Additional Brazil eVisa FAQ

  1. What is the Brazil e-Visa?

    • An electronic travel authorization for tourism, business, or transit, or sports activities, valid for up to 10 years with multiple entries, allowing a 90-day stay per year.
  2. Who needs a Brazil e-Visa?

    • Citizens from the United States, Canada, and Australia. Brazilian visa policies are reciprocal, so this applies to these countries based on their visa requirements for Brazilians.
  3. What are the main requirements for a Brazil e-Visa?

    • A high-quality scan of your passport’s bio page, a recent passport-sized photo with specific requirements, and possibly additional documents depending on your visit’s purpose.
  4. How do I prove my travel plans for the e-Visa application?

    • Through flight tickets for most applicants. The Brazilian consular authorities may ask for additional documents such as hotel reservations or an itinerary on case by case basis.
  5. What financial proof is needed for the e-Visa?

    • Bank statements are the primary way. The brazilian consular authority may ask for additional documents on a case by case basis.
  6. Are there specific requirements for minors applying for the e-Visa?

    • Yes, including scanned copies of parents’ or legal guardians’ passport bio pages, an authorization letter from them, the child’s birth certificate, and possibly a justification letter if only one parent is authorizing.
  7. Can I work or live in Brazil with an e-Visa?

  8. How long does it take to get a Brazil e-Visa?

    • The processing time can vary since the Brazilian consular authorities may ask for additional documents, so it’s advised to apply at least 2 months in advance of your travel date.
  9. Is health insurance required for the e-Visa?

    • Specific health insurance requirements are not required for the e-Visa.
  10. Can I apply for a Brazil e-Visa from within Brazil?

    • The e-Visa is intended for entry into Brazil, so it’s expected that applicants apply from outside Brazil. For extensions or changes in visa type, contact Federal Police within Brazil.
  1. How long before my trip should I apply for the e-Visa?

    • It’s recommended to apply at least a couple of months before your intended travel date to account for processing times and any potential delays caused by additional supporting documents being required.
  2. Can the e-Visa be extended once I am in Brazil?

    • The e-Visa itself cannot be extended; however, you may apply for a different type of visa or a visa extension through the Federal Police in Brazil if necessary.
  3. Is it possible to convert the e-Visa into a different type of visa while in Brazil?

  4. What happens if my e-Visa application is denied?

    • You should receive information on the reason for denial. You may address the issues and reapply or contact a consulate for further guidance.
  5. Do I need to carry a printed copy of my e-Visa while traveling?

    • Yes, it’s advisable to carry at least a couple of printed copies of your e-Visa along with your passport when you travel to Brazil.
  6. Are there any vaccinations required to apply for the e-Visa?

    • While specific vaccination requirements were not mentioned, it’s wise to check current health advisories for travelers to Brazil.
  7. What should I do if my passport expires after I receive my eVisa but before I travel to Brazil?

    • You will need to reapply for the e-Visa with your new passport as the visa is linked to your passport number.
  8. Can I visit any part of Brazil with the eVisa, or are there restricted areas?

    • The e-Visa allows travel throughout Brazil, but always check for any specific regional restrictions or requirements.
  9. How do I check the status of my eVisa application?

    • You can check the status of your application by contacting our customer service in charge of your application. Once we get started on your e-Visa a visa specialist will be assigned to your application and you will receive an email from them.
  10. What if my travel plans change after I receive my eVisa?

    • As long as your travel is within the visa’s validity period and you do not exceed the 90-day annual limit, you can change your travel plans.