Visa Requirements for Brazilian Citizens

Visa Information for Passport Holders of Brazil

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Visa Not Required

106 destinations allow visa-free entry to Brazilian citizens.

  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Antigua and Barbuda PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free6 months
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Argentina under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
    Brazilians may request lawful permanent resident status in Argentina at any time.
  • Visa-Free180 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free6 months
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days within any year period
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Bolivia under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 6-month period
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period
  • Visa-Free30 daysMust register online at least five days prior to arrival.
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Chile under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Colombia under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 180 day period
  • Czech Republic PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Dominican Republic PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Ecuador under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free30 days
  • Visa-Free4 months
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
    Visa usually required for French Guiana, but some exemptions apply (see French Guiana entry below)
  • Visa-FreeAn entry clearance must be obtained from the Gambian Immigration prior to travel.
  • Visa-Free1 year
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 monthsBrief visits just to the border town of Lethem are possible with a valid Brazilian ID card
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free30 days
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free6 months90 days (business), 6 months (tourist)
  • Visa-Free30 days30 days within any year period
  • Visa-Free60 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Liechtenstein PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free180 days
  • Visa-Free30 days
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 180 day period
  • Visa-Free
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 180 day period
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free180 days
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Paraguay under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
  • Visa-Free183 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Peru under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
  • Visa-Free59 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 180 day period
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free6 weeks
  • Visa-Free
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days per 180-day period
  • Visa-Free30 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • Visa-Free3 months3 months during a 6 months period following the date of first entry in the Schengen Area
  • São Tome and Príncipe PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free15 days
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Trinidad and Tobago PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free3 months
  • Visa-Free90 days
  • Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 180 day period
  • United Arab Emirates PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free90 days90 days within any 12-month period.
  • United Kingdom PermalinkShow on Map
    Visa-Free6 months
  • Visa-Free3 monthsEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.
    Brazilians can live and work legally in Uruguay under the Mercosur (and Associated Countries) immigration agreement with no requirement other than being a citizen at birth or a naturalized citizen for over 5 years, and passing a background check.
    Brazilians may request lawful permanent resident status in Uruguay at any time.
  • Visa-Free30 days
  • Visa-Free30 days
  • Visa-Free
  • Visa-Free90 daysEntry is allowed with a valid ID card that is less than 10 years old.

Visa On Arrival

A visa can be obtained upon arrival at 21 destinations for passport holders of Brazil.

eVisa

Brazilian passport allows entry to 13 destinations with an eVisa obtained prior to arrival.

  • eVisa30 daysVisitors who have been granted an online pre-visa or have requested such pre-visa from the consulates of Angola abroad, are then issued with a visa on arrival at the country's border check points.
    For a maximum total stay of 90 days within a one year period.
    Besides having printed confirmation that a visa will be issued upon arrival, passengers must: have a return/onward ticket, and have a hotel reservation confirmation.
  • eVisa30 days
  • Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) PermalinkShow on Map
    eVisa3 monthseVisa holders must arrive via Port Bouet Airport.
  • eVisa31 days
  • eVisa90 days
  • eVisa60 dayse-Visa holders must arrive via 26 designated airports
    An Indian e-Tourist Visa can only be obtained twice in one calendar year.
  • eVisa28 dayseVisa holders must arrive via Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw or Mandalay airports or via land border crossings with Thailand — Tachileik, Myawaddy and Kawthaung or India — Rih Khaw Dar and Tamu.
    eVisa available for both tourism or business purposes.
  • eVisa90 daysInternational Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy must be obtained alongside Electronic Travel Authority.
  • eVisa30 days
  • eVisaOnline Visa eligible.
    Electronic Travel Authorization to obtain a visa on arrival for business purposes.
  • eVisa45 daysE-visa holders can enter through all border points.
  • eVisa30 days

eVisa / On Arrival

For 16 destinations, On-Arrival visa or an electronic visa / auhtorization is available to passport holders of Brazil.

  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival14 daysVisa is also obtainable online.
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival30 days / 8 daysMust have an international vaccination certificate.
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival30 daysVisa is also obtainable online.
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrivalup to 90 daysVisa on arrival is obtainable only at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.
    eVisa holders must arrive via Addis Ababa Bole International Airport.
    eVisas are available for 30 or 90 days.
  • eVisa or Visa On ArrivalElectronic visa holders must arrive via Libreville International Airport.
  • Guinea-Bissau PermalinkShow on Map
    eVisa or Visa On Arrival90 days
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival3 months
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival30 daysVisa on arrival is available at international airports Luangphabang, Pakse, Savannakhet and Vientiane, and at 4 land borders Friendship Bridge,
    eVisa may be used to enter Laos through the following entry points — Wattay International Airport and the First Thai–Lao Friendship Bridge
    Entry points Lalai, Lantui, Meuang mom, Pakxan, and Phoudou are open only to visa holders.
    Visa on arrival is extendable up to 60 days.
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival90 days
  • Papua New Guinea PermalinkShow on Map
    eVisa or Visa On Arrival60 days
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival30 days
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival30 days
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival3 months
  • eVisa or Visa On ArrivalMay apply online.
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival90 daysAlso eligible for a universal visa allowing access to Zimbabwe.
  • eVisa or Visa On Arrival3 monthsFor tourism purposes only also eligible for a universal visa allowing access to Zambia.

Pre-arranged Visa Required

36 destinations require a visa obtained at an embassy or consulate prior to arrival from passport holders of Brazil. This requirement may be waived off if Brazilian citizens meet certain alternate requirements such as holding other visas or resident permits.

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