Brazil to End Visa Requirements for Visitors From U.S., Other Nations, Next Month

By Anna Breuer on 24 May 2019
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São Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo, Brazil

Brazil will soon drop the requirement for visitors from the United States, Canada, Japan, and Australia to obtain a visa in order to visit the country.

Starting June 17, business travelers and tourists will no longer need visas to visit the Latin American country.

The change was first announced in March during a visit by Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsanaro, to the United States.

Visitors will be able to spend 90 days in Brazil from the date of entry and can extend the stay an additional 90 days.

Until the change takes effect, visitors will need an e-visa, available online for $40, plus a $4.24 service charge.

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