Brazil VISA

Brazil VISA

Brazil

AED 350

About Visa

The Brazil Visa unveils lush rainforests, spirited carnivals, and diverse cities, celebrating its colourful heritage and pulsating cultural rhythm.
 
You now have the option to request a tourist visa for Brazil through Forever Tourism in Dubai. We offer expert assistance to enhance your chances of obtaining a Brazilian tourist visa. If you\'re planning a trip from the UAE to Brazil, it\'s important to submit your tourist visa application at a Brazilian mission or visa centre at least 30 days prior to your intended travel date. The processing period for a Brazilian visa typically ranges from three to four business days, though this duration may vary depending on your nationality. Approved visas will be sent to your email address within four business days. It\'s worth noting that most travellers departing from Dubai to Brazil require a visa, except for those eligible for on-arrival visas.What is a Brazil Short-Term Tourist Visa (Brazil VIVIS) Visit Visa? The E-Visa serves as authorization for entry, stay, and transit within Brazil\'s borders for leisure or travel-related purposes. Possessing a tourist visa alone does not guarantee entry into Brazil. All travellers are subject to verification and must fulfil all other legal prerequisites to be granted entry as per travel regulations.
 
How to Request a Brazilian Visa
At Forever Tourism, we\'ve simplified the Brazil visa application process with our experienced team. All you need to do is get in touch with us or initiate your Brazilian visa application.on our website or send an email to internationalvisa@forevertourism.com
 
Embarking on a journey to Brazil, whether for business engagements or leisurely exploration of its vibrant culture and landscapes, necessitates navigating the complexities of visa applications for many travellers. Our team of international visa experts is here to ensure that your travel plans are seamless and stress-free. We provide comprehensive assistance with your Brazil Tourist or Business Visa application, catering to both professional travellers aiming to engage in business activities and leisure travellers longing to immerse themselves in the dynamic atmosphere of Brazil\'s cities and natural wonders.

For a significant number of visitors looking to experience the allure of Brazil, obtaining a visa prior to arrival is a prerequisite. This requirement, however, varies based on the traveler\'s nationality. Citizens from countries that enjoy visa exemption agreements with Brazil are afforded the convenience of entering Brazil without a visa. These fortunate travellers are permitted to explore Brazil\'s rich tapestry of culture, history, and natural beauty for up to 90 days, leveraging only their passports or national identity cards for entry, subject to the specific agreements between Brazil and their respective countries. This streamlined entry process exemplifies Brazil\'s welcoming stance towards tourists from a diverse array of nations, facilitating easier access to its myriad attractions.

Documents Necessary

  • PASSPORT COPY (VALID AT LEAST 6 MONTHS FROM THE TRAVEL DATES)
  • VISA COPY (VALID AT LEAST 6 MONTHS FROM THE TRAVEL DATES)
  • EID COPY (VALID AT LEAST 6 MONTHS FROM THE TRAVEL DATES)
  • NOC FROM THE EMPLOYER
  • LAST 3 MONTHS of bank statements
  • 2 PHOTOS WITH WHITE BACKGROUND (NOT OLDER THAN 6 MONTHS)
  • ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS FOR Self-Employed or Under-Sponsorship
  • TRADE LICENCE COPY
  • PASSPORT COPY, VISA COPY AND ID COPY OF THE SPONSOR
  • BANK STATEMENTS OF THE SPONSOR
  • SPONSORSHIP LETTER FROM SPONSOR

Visa Inclusion

  • Consultation and Guidance: Personalised consultation services to help applicants choose the correct visa type and understand the requirements for a Brazil visa application.
  • Documentation Review: Assistance in reviewing and compiling the required documentation to ensure compliance with the Brazilian consulate or embassy\'s requirements.
  • Application Filling: Support filling out the visa application form accurately to avoid common mistakes that could lead to application rejection.
  • Appointment Scheduling: Coordination of consulate or embassy appointments for visa interviews or document submission, as required.
  • Visa Fee Payment: Guidance on how to pay the visa application fee, including any service charges applicable for the facilitation of the payment.
  • Support Letters: preparation of support letters, such as invitation letters from Brazilian hosts or cover letters for the applicant, if required.

Visa Exclusion

  • Visa fees: The applicant must pay the Brazilian consulate or embassy directly because they are not a part of the service fees.
  • Personal Presence: The agency cannot represent the applicant during the visa interview or biometric collection at the consulate or embassy; the applicant must attend in person.
  • Guarantee of Visa Approval: The agency does not have the authority to influence the visa decision, which rests solely with the Brazilian consulate or embassy.
  • Transportation and Lodging: Costs related to transportation to the consulate, embassy, or any lodging expenses during the visa application process are not covered.
  • Post-Visa Services: any services or assistance required after the visa issuance, such as travel insurance, flight bookings, or accommodation arrangements, unless specifically contracted as part of a travel package.

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellation by Client: If the client decides to cancel the visa service before the agency has started the application process, a full or partial refund may be available, minus any administrative fees. Once the application process has commenced, the service fee may be partially or fully non-refundable, depending on the stage of the application.
  • Cancellation due to incomplete or incorrect documentation: If the application cannot be processed due to incomplete or incorrect documentation provided by the client, the service fee may be partially refundable, excluding costs incurred by the agency.
  • Visa Denial: In the event of visa denial by the Brazilian consulate or embassy, the service fee paid to the agency for visa assistance is generally non-refundable, as the fee is for service provision and not the visa outcome.
  • Changes in Visa Policy: If changes in Brazilian visa policy after the application has been submitted result in the cancellation of the visa application, the agency will work with the client to adjust the application according to new requirements, if possible. Refund policies in such scenarios would be subject to the terms of service agreed upon at the time of service engagement.

It's important for applicants to review the specific terms and conditions provided by the visa assistance agency, as policies can vary. Additionally, staying informed about the latest visa policies and requirements from the Brazilian consulate or embassy is crucial for a successful application.

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