Americans Traveling to Brazil: How to Get an eVisa

Americans traveling to Brazil Sao Paolo

Going through the visa process for a foreign country can sometimes be quite a hassle. Luckily, for Americans traveling to Brazil, the visa process is easy and painless. Tourists traveling to Brazil from the United States can now obtain Brazilian tourist visas online!

There are many Brazil eVisa websites on the web and many of them don’t have the greatest user feedback. Because of this, I did a lot of research before entering my credit card information anywhere. The website I ended up using to get my Brazilian travel eVisa was brazilevisa.org. It was a quick and easy process which I highly recommend to any Americans Traveling to Brazil.

The requirements for Americans Traveling to Brazil

There are a few requirements when applying for a Brazilian tourist visa online (or eVisa).

  1. You must be traveling to Brazil as a visitor
  2. You can not stay in Brazil beyond 90 days
  3. You must hold an American, Australian, Canadian or Japanese passport.

Find out more information on the requirements for Americans traveling to Brazil.

Americans traveling to Brazil tourist eVisa passport

What you will need to obtain a Brazil tourism eVisa

In order to get a Brazil tourist eVisa, you will need the following documents:

  1. Passport data (bio) page (example)
  2. Headshot photo
  3. $94 USD

The Brazil eVisa you obtain is good for a 90-day stay per year, valid for 2 years or until passport expiry date.

And that’s it! It is now easier than ever for Americans traveling to Brazil. You no longer have to send in your passport to the Brazilian embassy. The entire application process can be done totally online!

Once you have all of the required documents, start the Brazil tourism eVisa process here. After I finished my application, I received an email 5 business days later with an attached PDF of my Brazil eVisa. ** IMPORTANT: Your eVisa MUST be printed out before your flight **

 

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    Josh Hewitt April 2, 2019 at 8:16 pm Reply

    Fantastic post!! I am planning a trip in the comming years to Brazil and this info will be helpful. You lay out the process so well! ?

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      travel His world April 3, 2019 at 1:14 pm Reply

      Thanks for the positive feedback Josh! The eVisa process for Brazil is so simple now!

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