Visa Exempt Citizens
Brazil - Visa Exempt Nationals
Nationals from some countries need neither a tourist visa nor a business visa to enter Brazil. The list of exempted countries may change without prior notice and it's important to check with the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate whose jurisdiction you live in whether your country is currently exempted from requiring a visa to enter Brazil.
The exemptions listed below only apply to either the need for a tourist visa or a business type 2 visa. For complete list of countries: https://www.passportvisasexpress.com/visa_services/brazil/country_information/visa_required
For others types of visas please contact us.
Exemptions are valid for stays of up to 90 days per entry. you must still present a valid passport with a minimum of 6 (six) months validity remaining from your date of departre from Brazil. You must also make sure that you comply with the Brazilian vaccination requirements concerning Cholera and Yellow Fever.
Please note: Some nationals require a business visa to enter Brazil but do not require a visa to enter as tourists for a stay of up to 90 days (with the exception of Venezuela, whose nationals are exempt of a tourist visa for a stay of up to 60 days).
As of November 2008, bearers of passport issued by the following countries do not require a visa to enter Brazil as a tourist or for business:
Trinidad and Tobago
The following countries are exempt from needing a Brazilian tourist visas, however a visa is required to enter Brazil on business:
Venezuela (exempted for a stay of up to 60 days)
For complete listing: https://www.passportvisasexpress.com/visa_services/brazil/country_information/visa_required
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