Embassy Closings May Cause Delays in Your Brazilian Visa Application
Just four weeks before the 2014 Brazil World Cup, the workers of the Brazilian General Consulate have chosen to strike. As with the strike two years ago
, many Brazil consulates closed from May 12 to May 14, 2014. Locations in Atlanta, Miami, and New York closed, and the Hartford location announced delays. However, expect processing delays for all
Brazilian embassies, as this strike is worldwide and affecting a total of 17 Brazil consulates.
Delays to your Brazil visa applications are expected for a so-far undetermined amount of time, but if you are a customer to Passport Visas Express.com, be assured that our experts were prepared for these Brazil consulate closings and have worked to ensure you will receive your Brazil visa response in a timely manner.
If you haven’t yet applied for your visa to Brazil, whether it’s for a World Cup visa (Spectator Visa Vitur TE
) or for business
or any other type of Brazilian visa, now
is the time to beat the rush. We’ve had over fifteen years’ of experience, through labor strikes and World Cups, and know how to maneuver the red tape.
We can help you apply for your Brazil visa quickly, efficiently, and correctly for maximum chances of visa approval, all within your time frame. In a rush? We have expedited services too, tailor-made for your busy schedule.
Contact us at 1-888-596-6028
, via email CustomerSupport@passportvisasexpress.com
, or chat with our friendly representatives. It’s that easy. Don’t bite your nails! Let us stand in line for you and keep you 100% updated on your Brazil visa application.
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