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Brazil Visa application requirements,Embassy,tourist visitor,work  July 13, 2017 – 03:08 pm

Who requires a visa?
Students:
Foreign citizens travelling to Brazil to attend study courses – including theological and technical studies – must have a ‘Student Visa’.

- Citizens of Austria, Finland, France, Iceland, Italy, The Philippines, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, are not required to have a ‘Student Visa’ when travelling to Brazil, provided that they are not University or College students and that their stay does not exceed 90 days.
- Applicants must lodge their application in person.
- First entry into Brazil must be within 90 days from the date the visa is issued.
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It is the responsibility of the applicant to make sure the application is lodged accordingly
- Within 30 days of arrival in Brazil, bearers of a ‘Student Visa’ must register with the Brazilian Immigration authorities (DPMAF) and submit the second copy of the visa application form, which will have been stamped and returned to them by the Consulate General.
- Length of stay in Brazil is up to one year, extendable, at the discretion of the Brazilian Federal Police.
- An Embarkation/Desembarkation card, provided to all visitors by the Brazilian Immigration authorities (DPMAF), must be filled in and signed appropriately and submitted to authorities upon arrival and when leaving Brazil.

Tourists:
Foreign citizens travelling to Brazil as tourists, participants in conferences, seminars, artistic or sports events (provided no payment is involved) must have a ‘Tourist Visa’.

- When travelling to Brazil on tourism, citizens of the following countries are exempted from a visa: Andorra (Extempted from tourist visa only), Argentina, Austria, Bahamas (Extempted from tourist visa only), Barbados (Extempted from tourist visa only), Belgium, Bermuda, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala (Extempted from tourist visa only), Guyana (Extempted from tourist visa only), Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Liechtenstein (Extempted from tourist visa only), Luxembourg, Macau, Malaysia (Extempted from tourist visa only), Monaco, Morocco, Namibia (Extempted from tourist visa only), the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama (Extempted from tourist visa only), Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, Paraguay, Portugal, Romania, Russia (effective June 7, 2010), San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, the Sovereign Order of Malta (citizens of Malta must have a visa), Spain, Suriname, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom, Uruguay, the Vatican and Venezuela (Extempted from tourist visa only).
- First entry into Brazil must be no later than 90 days after the visa is issued.
- It is the responsibility of the applicant to make sure the application is lodged accordingly.
- Length of stay in Brazil
- first granted period: up to 90 days
- extensions (once in Brazil): up to another 90 days, making up a maximum of six months in any twelve-month period.
- At least 2 weeks before expiration of the first granted period, tourists may apply for a single extension of up to 90 additional days.
- Paid or unpaid employment of tourists in Brazil is strictly prohibited.
- An Embarkation/Desembarkation card, provided to all visitors by the Brazilian Immigration authorities (DPMAF), must be filled in and signed appropriately and submitted to authorities upon arrival and when leaving Brazil.

Source: www.learn4good.com

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