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Brazil Visa No Longer Required

President Bolsonaro Waives Brazil Visa Applications 

We have excellent news! Beginning June 17th, 2019 citizens from the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan can travel to Brazil for up to 90 days without a visa!

This update in travel document requirements is right in line with Brazil’s strong efforts in encouraging tourism. For example, last year Brazil launched the Brazil eVisa for citizens of the US, Australia, Canada, and Japan. Travelers applauded the seamless and efficient Brazil eVisa online application process. By simply filling out a few forms online, Brazil tourist visas were ready in a matter of days.

We thought traveling to Brazil couldn’t get easier after the Brazil eVisa implementation, however, now the visa requirement for Brazil is completely waived for specific countries.


It’s true! Brazil Visa Applications Waived

Citizens of the United States, Australia, Canada, and Japan continue to benefit from Brazil’s visa requirements. Only this time, there aren’t any!  The Official Gazette reports, “President Jair Bolsonaro has signed a decree to waive travel visas for tourists from the United States, Canada, Australia, and Japan who travel to Brazil.” This means, starting June 17th, world explorers can spend less time with paperwork and more time dreaming about Brazil.


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