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VISA SERVICES WE OFFER

Depending on the purpose of the visit and on the visitor's nationality, a valid visa is required to enter Brazil.

Visa and passport applications will only be accepted if the applicant has uploaded his/her photo with white background, signature and all required documents when filling the request form available at https://formulario-mre.serpro.gov.br

VISA REQUIREMENTS BY COUNTRY

If you are going to visit Brazil on tourism or business, please find the country of your nationality to check if you need a visa. Click here to check the list.

If you are exempted, please be sure that your passport is valid for more than 6 months. All exemptions are valid for a stay up to 90 days.

DELIVERY TIMES

Visas are issued in a minimum of 5 working days. The issuance of a visa for nationalities which require clearance takes up to 30 days.

SOME PASSPORT HOLDERS NEED TO APPLY IN PERSON

Applicants holding Afghan, Egyptian, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Iranian, Iraqi, Jordanian, Lebanese, Libyan, Nepalese, Nigerian, North Korean, Pakistani, Palestinian, Senegalese, Sudanese or Syrian passports are required to apply in person.

Type of Visa

Country

Fees (AED)

VIVIS – Visit - maximum stay of 90 days - Sightseeing, informative, cultural, educational or leisure trips, family visits, attending (both as a regular attendee or as a speaker) conferences, seminars, congresses, meetings, business meetings, faires, business events, journalistic coverage, filming, reporting, visits to prospective clients, buyers or partners, contract signing, auditing, consulting and traveling as an aircraft or ship crew member; transit.

Angola

720

Algeria

340

 

 

China

460

 

 

All other countries

320

 

 

VITEM I – Temporary – Research, teaching and/or academic extension

USA

All other countries

1000

400

VITEM II – Temporary – Health treatment

USA

All other countries

1160

400

VITEM III – Temporary – Humanitarian causes

All countries

400

Low income applicant

free

 

 

VITEM IV – Temporary – Student

UK

USA

All other countries

 

 

1860

640

400

 

 

VITEM V – Temporary – Work

USA

All other countries

1160

400

VITEM VI – Temporary – Working Holiday

New Zealand (only)

USA

400

1000

VITEM VII – Temporary – Religious activities

USA

All other countries

1000

400

VITEM VIII – Temporary – Voluntary work

USA

All other countries

1000

400

VITEM IX – Temporary – Investments

USA

All other countries

1160

400

VITEM X – Temporary – Outstanding economic, scientific, technological or cultural activities

USA

Other Countries

 

1160

400

 

VITEM XI – Temporary – Family reunion

USA

All other countries

1160

400

VITEM XI – Temporary – Family reunion with VITEM III low income holder

All countries

 

free

 

VITEM XII – Temporary – Artistic and sports activities

USA

All other countries

1160

400

VITEM XIII – Temporary – International agreements

All countries

 

400

VITEM XIV– Temporary – Migratory policy

USA

All other countries

Low income applicant

1160

400

free

VIDIP – Diplomatic

All countries

free

VISOF – Official

All countries

free

 

* UK passport holders:  AED 860 for all temporary visas for stays lengthier than 180 days

 

 

DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED

  1. A Visa Application Form must be filled for each applicant. To access the online form, click here. To complete this step, please observe the following instructions:
    1. Fill in the form.
    2. Click "SEND" to receive your processing number and receipt.
    3. Print the receipt.
    4. Attach one passport-size photograph (please do not staple the photo; glue it, if possible).
    5. Sign the receipt.
    6. For minors (under 18 years), the receipt must be signed by both parents. When filling in the application form, it is very important to state the parents’ full names, as it is in your birth, or marriage, certificate, without any abbreviations or suppressions. The parents' names are obligatory even if they are already deceased.
  2. One (1) recent photo 3x4 cm, front view, white background;
  3. The applicant’s passport, valid for no less than 6 months, with at least two blank pages, with copy of the identifying pages. Please note that pages reserved for amendments cannot be used for visa purposes. Soiled, damaged or defaced passports will not be accepted;
  4. A copy of the passport's identification pages;
  5. The applicant's UAE original residence visa, with a copy. Applicants that are not residents of the UAE must apply in person;
  6. The applicant’s personal bank statement, duly stamped by the bank, covering the last three (3) months and demonstrating regular income and financial stability;
  7. A formal letter from the applicant's sponsor (complete with the company's letterhead), stating the applicant’s position in the company, wage and purpose of the trip;
  8. A confirmation of a hotel reservation (stating the hotel's name, address and telephone number) or copy of an invitation letter, notarized by notary public, from the person who will host the applicant in Brazil ("carta-convite com assinatura reconhecida em cartório"), in case the applicant is not going to stay in a hotel;
  9. A copy of applicant's Labor Card;
  10. A health/travel insurance policy covering the applicant's stay in Brazil;
  11. A copy of a round-trip air ticket (only the reservation is enough), showing an itinerary to and from Brazil and informing the passenger's name, flight number and arrival/departure dates; and
  12. A legible copy (deposit slip) of the consular fee payment.

The Embassy may request additional information/documentation as deemed necessary.

If the applicant is self-employed, he/she must also present a trade license and a formal letter (complete with the company's letterhead) from the company of which the applicant is an owner or partner.

For minors (under 18 years of age), the issuance of the visa requires the written authorization of both parents, who must sign the Visa Application Form in front of the Brazilian Consular Authority. If one or both parents cannot present themselves at the Embassy of Brazil, their signatures can be attested by their Embassies and later legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the UAE.

Children under 12 (twelve) years old are not required to present themselves at the Embassy; their parents or legal guardians can request their visas for them.

For business visits, it is required a formal invitation letter, written in Portuguese, issued by the Brazilian inviting company, informing its CNPJ (Brazilian Company Registration number) and stating the objectives of the trip.

 

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