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Brazil Visa Requirements

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Please allow at least 12 business days for having your visa processed. And make sure you obtain ALL proper documentation.
 
Tourist visa
Requirements
 
Important notice:
Tourist visa requirements have been waived for citizens of Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia, Morocco, Monaco, Namibia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, S.M. Order of Malta, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Surinam, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Vatican, Venezuela.

Tourist Visas Apply to:
a) Lecturers at conferences.
b) Visit relatives and/or friends.
c) Unpaid participation in athletic or artistic event or competition (in this case an invitation letter from the sponsoring organization is Brazil is required).
d) Unpaid participation in a scientific/academic seminar or conference sponsored by a research or academic institution (in this case an invitation letter from the sponsoring organization in Brazil is required).
Please Submit:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
Applicants under 18 must present a notarized letter of consent, signed by parents or guardian (with proof of guardianship, in this case). Such notarized letter is not necessary when both parents are submitting their own visa applications along with the minor in question.
 
5
Photocopy of round trip ticket to Brazil or ticket in transit, with flight numbers, dates and itinerary. Instead of a ticket, the Embassy will also accept a signed letter from the carrier or travel agent, on company letterhead, with the name of the vessel (in case of ships), itinerary, dates of arrival in and departure from Brazil.
 
6
Airline employees or persons on standby with open tickets must present tickets with itinerary and an airline ID card (or a signed letter from the airline on company letterhead), with the name of the employee and his/her itinerary.
 
7
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
8
As applicable, polio vaccination certificate (only for children between the ages of 3 months and 6 years).
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

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Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
C. Authorization Form for MINORS under 18 years traveling to Brazil
 
 
Temporary Visa I (Cultural)
Requirements
 
Temporary Visas I (Cultural) Apply to:

a) Researchers.
b) Teachers.
c) Exchange students.
d) Participants in cultural/ scientific missions (the services provided must not be paid by organizations/ corporations established in Brazil, except for per-diem allowance).
e) Voluntary workers and to athletes under 21 who participate in training programs in Brazil.
f) Participants in scientific expeditions, or those operating in indian reservations. In this case an authorization from the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq), or from the National Foundation for Indigenous People (FUNAI) is mandatory.
g) Participants in scientific expeditions that involve bioprospecting. In this case, an authorization from the Ministry of Environment (MMA) is mandatory.
h) Medical doctors and dentists participating in assistential missions in Brazil. In this case an authorization from the corresponding Regional Council of Medicine or Odontology is mandatory.

IMPORTANT: As some temporary cultural visas to Brazil depend on prior approval of the Brazilian Immigration services, the application should be submitted 6-8 weeks before the intended date of departure.

Please Submit:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
Applicants under 18 must present a notarized letter of consent, signed by parents or guardian (with proof of guardianship, in this case).
 
5
Letter of invitation from the Brazilian institution, stating the purpose and duration of the trip (for exchange students proof of enrollment in an educational institution).
 
6
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
7
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
8
Additional requirements for voluntary work with religious or social assistance organizations in Brazil (as per normative resolution 68/05):
a) Letter of invitation from the organization in Brazil, stating the condition of voluntary (no remuneration whatsoever shall be paid).
b) Document characterizing the place where services will be lent and description of the activities that shall be performed.
c) Affidavit from the organization in Brazil pledging responsibility for the financial support of the candidate and his/her return to the country of origin (Canada) upon completion of the mission.
d) Proof of Health insurance valid in Brazil (copy of original policy or detailed receipt proving purchase of such insurance. Letters from travel agents shall not be accepted).
e) Record of constitution of the organization in Brazil: social statute and records of designation of the current board of directors.
f) Proof of the registration of the organization in the corresponding Council of Social Assistance or in the Ministry of Justice.
g) Proof that the organization is functioning regularly.
h) Written official statement from the organization appointing the applicant for the designated mission as a volunteer, signed by a duly authorized representative.
i) Document proving the professional experience or qualification of the volunteer regarding to the proposed activities in Brazil.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

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Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Temporary Visas II (Business)
Requirements
 

Important:

Business visa requirements have been waived for citizens of Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Morocco, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, S.M. Order of Malta, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Surinam, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, Vatican.

Temporary Visas II (Business) Apply to:

a) For business trips (meetings to discuss sales or purchases of goods and services; showcasing material, close export or import deals; meetings to evaluate ongoing operations or existing contracts; explore investment opportunities, relocation, outsourcing).
b) Media coverage or filming. If the filming expedition is intended for reasons other than journalism or news gathering, issuing the visa depends on prior authorization from the Ministry of Culture in Brazil. For such, the applicant must find a Brazilian co-producer who shall obtain that authorization.
c) Flight/ship crew members not holding an international crew card. For services under a consulting or technical assistance contract and for persons working aboard cruise ships, see Temporary Visas V (Temporary work)

NOTES:

1. It is strongly recommended that visa applicants check the processing time when making their travel plans. An already purchased ticket will NOT entitle visa applicant to expedite processing.

2. The Embassy may request additional documents, information, and a personal interview if deemed necessary.

Please Submit:

 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
Letter on company letterhead, addressed to the Embassy, signed by an authorized representative of the company the applicant works for (other than the applicant) stating the purpose of the trip to Brazil, itinerary, business contacts, dates of arrival in and departure from Brazil. The letter should also confirm that the company assumes all financial responsibility for the applicant while in Brazil.
 
5
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
6
A letter from your company's counterpart or contact in Brazil, informing the business relationship between the two organizations, how your activities in Brazil will be performed and for how long.
 
7
Photocopy or print-out of round trip ticket/itinerary to Brazil or ticket in transit, with the flight numbers, dates and itinerary. for cruises starting/ending in Brazil, photocopy or print-out of both cruise and flight ticket (in or out of Brazil). Intead of a ticket, the Embassy will also accept a signed letter from the carrier or travel agent, on company letterhead, with the name of the vessel (in case of ships), itinerary, airline/cruise company, flight number/vessel name and dates of arrival in and departure from Brazil must be clearly displayed.
 
8
Airline employees or persons on standby with open tickets must present tickets with itinerary and an airline ID card (or a signed letter from the airline on company letterhead) with the name of the employee and his/her itinerary.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 395 - -
Level 2 15 320 - -
Level 3 20 285 - -
Level 4 25 225 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Temporary Visas III (Artistic/Athletic)
Requirements
 
Temporary Visas III (Artistic/Athletic) apply to:

Travelers under contract for artistic or athletic/sports performance in Brazil or whenever a paid admission is involved.

Procedures:

a) In Brazil, submit contract directly to the Brazilian Ministry of Labor ("Coordenação de Imigração") for the necessary approval.
b) In Canada, once obtained the approval, submit the application to the Embassy following the required documentation below.

Please Submit:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
Applicants under 18 must present a notarized letter of consent, signed by parents or guardian (with proof of guardianship, in this case). Such notarized letter is not necessary when both parents are submitting their own visa applications along with the minor in question.
 
5
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
6
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Temporary Visas IV (Student)
Requirements
 
Temporary Visas IV (Student) Apply to:

For full-time students duly enrolled at a Brazilian university, institute or technical school.

Please Submit:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
Applicants under 18 must present a notarized letter of consent, signed by parents or guardian (with proof of guardianship, in this case). Such notarized letter is not necessary when both parents are submitting their own visa applications along with the minor in question.
 
5
Proof of enrollment or vacancy (official document issued by the school in Brazil).
 
6
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
7
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Temporary Visas V (Temporary work)
Requirements
 
Temporary Visas V (Temporary work) Apply to:

This Visa is applied for in Brazil at the General Coordination for Immigration of the Ministry of Labor (see address below) by the prospective employer, who will inform the applicant of the documents required according to the specific type of contract. Once the contract has been authorized, the Embassy will be notified and the visa can then be issued.
As per Normative Resolution 61/04 of the National Council for Immigration, persons rendering technical assistance to companies in Brazil should apply for a Temporary Work Visa in Brazil at the General Coordination of Immigration of the Ministry of Labor (addresses and telephone numbers indicated below).
Exceptionally, in cases of real emergency, where unforeseen circumstances intervene, the Consular authority might grant that type of visa, valid for thirty days only and not renewable as per the text of article #7 of the said legal text. Persons working aboard cruise ships should also apply for a Work Visa with the Ministry of Labor in Brazil.

The General Coordination of Immigration of the Ministry of Labor must be contacted in Brazil at the following address and telephone numbers:

COORDENAÇÃO GERAL DE IMIGRAÇÃO
DO MINISTÉRIO DO TRABALHO
ESPLANADA DOS MINISTÉRIOS BLOCO "E" SALA 771 - BRASÍLIA – DF
CEP 70067-900

TELEPHONE: ( 55 61) 317 6417 (GENERAL)
(55 61) 317 6465 (SECRETARIAT)
(55 61) 317 6470 (INFORMATION ON PROCESSES THAT HAVE BEEN INITIATED)
(55 61) 317 6460 (PROCEDURES FOR REQUESTING THE VISA)

FAX: (55 61) 317 6469

Please Submit:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
5
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 445 - -
Level 2 15 370 - -
Level 3 20 335 - -
Level 4 25 250 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Temporary Visas VI (Foreign Media Correspondent)
Requirements
 
Temporary Visas VI (Foreign Media Correspondent) Apply to:

Media correspondent transfered to Brazil.

IMPORTANT: Submission directly to the Press Office ("Assessoria de Imprensa") of the Ministry of External Relations of a letter by the sponsoring organization, on its letterhead, specifying the nature of the job to be performed and the duration of the contract, as well as proof of full financial responsibility during his/her stay in Brazil.

Once the application is approved, the applicant must submit to the Embassy the following documents:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
5
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Temporary Visas VII (Religious)
Requirements
 
Temporary Visas VII (Religious) Apply to:

a) Religious missionaries.
b) Ministers of faith.
c) Members of the clergy and of monastic orders, temporarily transferred to Brazil.

Please Submit:
 
1
(A) Requirements from the religious institution in Brazil
a) Official records of constitution and respective statutes.
b) Duly constituted authority by the religious official representing the institution.
c) Written statement of financial responsibility for the applicant and his/her family in Brazil.
IMPORTANT: All documents listed above must be duly notarized in Brazil and all photocopies likewise authenticated.
 
2
(B) Requirements from the applicant
a) Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
b) Visa application form.
c) One passport sized, color photograph.
d) Proof of ordination or equivalent and/or school transcript of theological education in an institution of higher learning.
e) Copy of diplomas.
f) Curriculum vitae indicating academic and missionary history.
g) Marriage certificate and birth certificate of minor dependents, if applicable.
IMPORTANT: Documents listed in items 4 through 7 must be duly legalized by the Embassy in the jurisdiction of which they were issued.
 
3
Declaration stating that will work in Indian areas only after a permit issued by FUNAI (Fundação Nacional do Indio).
Note: This must be authenticated by the Embassy.
 
4
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
5
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
 
 
Permanent Visas
Requirements
 
Permanent Visas Apply to:

NOTE: Permanent visas may be granted to individuals intending to establish residence in Brazil.
a) Technicians or professionals with a work contract pre-approved by the Brazilian Ministry of Labor, National Department of Employment. This visa must be applied for in Brazil.
b) Professors, technicians and high level researchers who wish to immigrate to Brazil to undertake research work in an institution of higher learning or of research in science and technology. This visa must be applied for in Brazil.
c) Foreign investors with initial transfer of foreign capital equivalent to no less than US$ 50.000.00 and an investment plan pre-approved by the Brazilian National Council on Immigration (CMIG). This visa must be applied for in Brazil.
d) Administrators, managers or directors hired by a commercial enterprise or civil organization resulting from foreign investment described in item 3 above, with a work contract pre-approved by the Brazilian Ministry of Labor, National Department of Employment. This visa must be applied for in Brazil.
e) A retired person, sixty (60) years of age or older, accompanied by up to two dependents, and able to transfer monthly, in accordance with the laws of the country of origin, the amount equivalent to US$ 2,000.00. In the case of more than two dependents, the applicant must transfer the amount equivalent to US$ 1.000.00 for each additional dependent.
f) Spouse, partners in a common law union regardless of gender, or minor dependent of Brazilian citizen or of a permanent resident of Brazil;
g) Ascendants of a Brazilian national or of a permanent resident of Brazil;
h) Siblings of a Brazilian citizen or of a permanent resident of Brazil, if orphan, single and under 18 years of age;
i) Minor children, grandchildren or great-grandchildren of a Brazilian citizen or of a permanent resident of Brazil.

Please Submit:
 
1
Valid passport (for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date) which will be retained by this Embassy during the process period. It must have at least two blank pages available.
 
2
Visa application form.
 
3
One passport sized, color photograph.
 
4
All applicants must present proof of earnings (letter of employer or statement of earnings). In case of self employed, student or unemployed, a statement of earnings or a copy of last year’s income tax from spouse or parents is acceptable. For retired, any proof of income can be presented (e.g. pension, rental,…), or a copy of last year’s income tax.
 
5
Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
 
6
IMPORTANT: Further requirements are applicable to each class of applicant, details of which may be supplied by the Embassy, on demand.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
C. Authorization Form for MINORS under 18 years traveling to Brazil
 
 
Family Reunion
Requirements
 
Applicants for Permanent Visa for the purpose of family reunion (items must submit the following documents to the Embassy:
 
1
Required documentation:
(A) Required from the applicant:
a) Certified photocopy of passport (must be valid for at least 6 months prior to its expiration date. It must have at least two blank pages available).
b) Visa application form.
c) One passport sized, color photograph.
d) Birth certificate or, if sponsored by spouse or common law partner, marriage certificate or document that proves the stable relationship; if sponsored by parent, grandparent, sibling or offspring, submit birth certificate and proof of blood relationship.
e) Police report showing that the candidate has no criminal records.
f) Proof of residence within the Embassy's jurisdiction (Ottawa, Toronto or Vancouver) for the last 12 months.
g) If the applicant is head of family, proof of employment or of job offer from Brazil, detailing job title, duration of contract and salary.
 
2
(B) Required from sponsor:
a) Photocopy of Brazilian ID card.
b) Photocopy of CIC or CPF card (issued by the Brazilian Revenue Service).
c) Voter identification card (not applicable if the sponsor is not a Brazilian citizen).
d) Proof of latest submission of income tax forms to the Brazilian Revenue Service or proof of exemption.
e) If the sponsor is head of family, proof of employment or of job offer from Brazil, detailing job title, duration of contract and salary.
f) Legalized affidavit pledging to provide support and livelihood to applicant while in Brazil.
With the exception of items 2 and 3 of (A) above, any document issued abroad must be legalized (originals) or authenticated (copies) by the Brazilian Consular Office in the jurisdiction of which they were issued.
The documents are submitted to the appreciation of the Brazilian Immigration services, whose response usually arrives in 30 days. After the Embassy has been authorized to issue the visa, the applicant must submit again his/her passport and pay the visa fee.
 
Prices

Our prices cover the Embassy fees and our service fees only.
If you require faster a processing time than shown, please contact us.
Level of Service *Process Time Multiple Entry - -
Level 1 12 375 - -
Level 2 15 300 - -
Level 3 20 225 - -
Level 4 25 199 - -
* Process time is in business days. Prices are in Canadian dollars.
Forms

Adobe PDF Reader is required to view the following forms.
NOTICE:These forms will NOT work in the google chrome browser.

Application Forms ( Click below to download )
A. Fees and Applicant information sheet (Applications will NOT be processed without this form)
B. Embassy Visa Application Form (External Link - Click on "Visa Request")
C. Authorization Form for MINORS under 18 years traveling to Brazil
 
 
 

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