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Brazil eVisa for US citizens
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Patricia Masias
3 min read
Updated on May 14, 2024

Please note that the Brazil eVisa requirement has been set back until April 10th, 2025, for this reason, we are not currently accepting applications. The government of Brazil has extended visa-free entry until this date.

US citizens planning a trip to Brazil, take note: the requirement for a Brazil eVisa is soon to be part of your travel preparations.

Understanding visa requirements can sometimes feel like navigating through a maze. We're committed to transforming this often complicated process into a manageable task.

Forget the hassle of visa procedures. Instead, picture yourself lounging on the sun-drenched beaches of Copacabana or being captivated by the vibrant street art of São Paulo. Our expertise in handling visa applications ensures that you can focus on these exciting Brazilian experiences, free from the worries of paperwork. Let us handle the details, so you can look forward to your trip with excitement and peace of mind.

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Do US citizens need a Brazil eVisa?

For US citizens eyeing Brazil as their next destination, there's an important update regarding travel requirements. The Brazilian government has announced that starting April 10, 2024, US travelers will need a Brazil eVisa to enter the country.

This new rule comes after initial plans to reintroduce the eVisa on October 1, 2023, were delayed, first to January 10, 2024, and then to the current April date. However, until April 10, 2024, Americans are free to visit Brazil without a visa, even if their trip extends beyond this date.

The eVisa for US citizens is essential for those visiting Brazil, whether it's for a holiday, business, or even during transit. It's valid for up to 90 days per visit and comes with a generous 10-year validity period, allowing for multiple entries.

Applying for this eVisa via our website is effortless compared to navigating the process alone.

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By choosing us, you're ensuring a smooth, worry-free path to securing your Brazil eVisa. We offer guidance and support throughout the process so you can focus on planning your Brazilian escape without the stress of visa complications.

How to get a Brazil eVisa from the US with us

Choosing our platform for your Brazil eVisa means opting for a smooth and efficient process. We've tailored our service to eliminate the common hassles of traditional visa applications.

Here’s what you need to do:

  • Step 1: Enter your personal and travel details on our website or via the iVisa app.

  • Step 2: Verify that all the information you've provided is accurate and choose your preferred processing time. Pay the fees with a credit or debit card, PayPal, or Venmo.

  • Step 3: Complete the rest of the application form, upload the required documents, and submit it.

As soon as your eVisa is approved, we will send it to you by email. Keeping a digital copy on your phone is a good idea, and carrying a printed version is recommended for travel to Brazil.

Brazilian Embassy in the US

For US citizens needing consular assistance with their Brazil eVisa, the Embassy of Brazil in Washington, DC is the primary point of contact.

  • Address: 3006 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008, USA

  • Phone: +1 202 238 2700

How can I contact you for more information?

If you've got more questions about the Brazil Visa, US passport holders can contact our customer support team. Please send us a message on our live chat or at help@iVisa.

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Patricia Masias
Coordinator of Product Specialists
Patricia Masias, the Coordinator of Product Specialists at iVisa, brings a unique perspective to the travel documentation industry. With years of hands-on experience as a visa processing agent, Patricia understands the intricacies of visa applications inside out. Now leading a team of product specialists, she is at the forefront of new visa launches, possessing invaluable insights, hacks, and expert knowledge for getting a successful visa application.
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