Brazil Passport & Visa Requirements
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Entry requirements for Americans
A valid passport and a visa are required by US nationals.
Entry requirements for UK nationals
UK passport holders do not require a visa for either business or holiday travel for stays of up to 90 days. A valid passport is required.
Entry requirements for Canada
A valid passport and a visa are required by Canadian nationals.
Entry requirements for Australians
A valid passport and a visa are required by Australian nationals.
Entry requirements for South Africans
A valid passport is needed, but no visa is required by South African nationals if travelling on holiday or business for up to 90 days.
Entry requirements for New Zealanders
New Zealanders need a valid passport, but no visa is required for a stay of up to 90 days.
Entry requirements for Irish nationals
Irish nationals need a valid passport, but do not require a tourist or business visa for stays of up to 90 days.
All visitors require passports that are valid for at least the period of intended stay in Brazil but we strongly recommend that passports be valid for six months after intended date of travel. Border control may well deny entry to holders of passports valid for less than six months. Sufficient funds to cover their stay in Brazil, as well as a return or onward ticket and documentation required for further travel, are necessary for all travellers. Visa requirements vary from country to country.
Note that Brazil has introduced a temporary visa waiver system during the 2016 Summer Olympic Games which allows most visitors who usually require visas to visit visa free. Travellers should confirm in advance whether this temporary visa waiver applies to them.
Note: Passport and visa requirements are liable to change at short notice. Travellers are advised to check their entry requirements with their embassy or consulate.
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