Brazil visa application and requirements

                    Brazil Visa

Brazil Visa for China passport holder living in Hong Kong

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From December 30, 2020, all arrivals, both foreigners and citizens, will be obliged to show proof of a negative PCR test, taken no longer than 72 hours before departure of the inbound flight. Any foreigner/tourist who does not present proof of the negative test before the flight may not be permitted to board.

If you hold a BNO Passport, please contact info@visahq.hk for detailed requirements

Fill out Brazil tourist visa application form online

and send the following documents to VisaHQ:

a
Brazil visa application form. The applicant must complete the form and, afterwards, print the final page, containing a bar code;The printed form must be signed by the applicant - even if the form is brought to the Consulate by a third party, the applicant must still sign the form
b
Passport. The document must have at least 6 months validity left on the date of intended arrival in Brazil. At least 2 (two) blank visa pages.
c
Passport-type photograph 1. Photograph must be in white background; A recent photograph is one that has been taken in the 6 months preceeding the application date at the Consulate;
d
Employment Letter. A leave letter issued by the company where the applicant works, signed by an authorized employee of said company. The letter should, preferably, attest the fact that the applicant is employed at the company and has been authorized to take a personal vacation or leave of absence. The letter should acknowledge the applicant's intention to travel to Brazil for leisure;
If self-employed, unemployed or otherwise employed, the applicant may write a personal letter to the Consulate, informing of his or her employment status.
e
Bank Statement. 3-month bank statements. Anyone traveling for leisure must be able to demonstrate having access to financial means that demonstrate a capacity to fund the intended trip;
If the applicant is a minor, financial statements from either or both parents may be provided;
If using financial statements from parents (minors only), a copy of the minor's birth certificate must be presented.
f
E-ticket. All applicants must present an e-ticket that displays an inbound and an outbound trip to and from Brazil; It is not necessary that the ticket include the trip all the way back to Hong Kong. It is only necessary that the ticket includes the final departure from Brazil to any other country; The ticket must clearly display the name of the applicant, thus demonstrating that the ticket was issued to that particular person.
g
Accommodation. Hotel reservation or if the main purpose of the trip is to visit a Brazilian citizen in Brazil, or any other person residing in Brazil, a brief letter from the person residing in Brazil, acknowledging that he or she knows the applicant, who is traveling to visit them should be presented to the Consulate. This letter must be signed by the Brazilian citizen or resident, then scanned and sent to the applicant, who must print it and take it to the Consulate; and a scanned image of an identification document of the Brazilian citizen or resident who has written the letter - such as ID card or passport.
h
Documents for minors.
Birth certificate. If the applicant is under the age of 18, a copy of the birth certificate is required, in order to verify that the adults assisting the minors are in fact his or her parents.
Authorization for the Issuance of a Visa to a Minor. Brazilian regulations determine that no visa shall be issued to a minor without the express, written consent of both parents;
The form should be typed or filled in clear handwriting, and signed by both parents;
If one parent is deceased: attach a copy of the Death Certificate;
If one parent has been awarded sole custody: Attach proof of sole guardianship with clear statement by the relevant authority that the parent has been awarded the right to single-handedly make all decisions affecting the minor;
If the Consulate cannot read the document provided, or is otherwise unable to determine clearly that the parent in question has sole decision-making power, the visa may not be granted;
Brazil is a signatary of The Hague Convention on the International Kidnapping of Minors. Therefore, there are no exceptions to the necessity of both parents providing clear, written consent for the issuance of a visa for any person under the age of 18.
You can download Visa authorization form here
A copy of the passports of both parents
The visa processing fee varies depending on the nationality of the applicant. Visa fees vary between HK$800 and HK$1,600, and will be informed upon application

From December 30, 2020, all travelers to Brazil by air (Brazilians and foreigners) must present the following documents to the airline before boarding:
1) Traveler’s Health Declaration (DSV): filled out (in print or digitally) agreeing to sanitary measures that must be complied with during the traveler’s time in Brazil. Note: the Brazilian government has not issued the specifics of this document yet but it is understood that the form will be distributed prior to boarding the airplane to Brazil. For further questions on this document, please contact your airline.

2) Negative COVID-19 test: specifically, a document from a laboratory test (RT-PCR) for screening for infection by SARS-CoV-2, with a negative/non-reactive result, performed within 72 hours prior to the moment of boarding; Please see below further clarifications from the Brazilian government regarding the required COVID-19 test:

• The COVID-19 test must be a document from a laboratory test (RT-PCR) for screening for infection by SARS-CoV-2, with a negative/non-reactive result, performed within 72 hours prior to the moment of boarding;
• The document must be presented in Portuguese, Spanish or English;
• The test must be carried out in a laboratory recognized by the health authority of the country of departure;
Children under the age of twelve who are traveling with a companion are exempt from presenting a COVID-19 test provided that all companions present the required negative/non-reactive COVID-19 tests. However, children aged two or over and less than twelve years old who are traveling unaccompanied must present proof of the negative/non-reactive COVID-19 test;
Children under the age of two years are exempt from presenting a negative COVID-19 test;
• In the event of travel to Brazil with connections or stopovers where the traveler remains in a restricted area of the airport, the seventy-two hour period applies for prior to boarding the first flight of the trip.
• While Brazil has opened its border to visitors traveling by air, U.S. citizens considering international travel should be aware that Brazil remains at a Level 4 Travel Advisory (Do Not Travel) and continues to experience high daily case numbers of COVID-19.
• While Brazil no longer requires proof of health insurance to enter the country, the U.S. Department of State continues to recommend that all travelers purchase insurance before departing the United States or verify that their existing health insurance will cover them while abroad. The U.S. government does not provide health insurance for U.S. citizens overseas and does not pay medical bills.
Effective December 25, international flights to Brazil originating in or passing through the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland are prohibited on a temporary basis. Foreign travelers who are coming from or passing through the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in the last fourteen days will not be permitted to embark on flights to Brazil.
Foreigners who are in a land border country and need to cross the border to embark on a flight back to their country of residence may enter Brazil with authorization from the Federal Police and must follow the below steps:
1. The foreigner must obtain an official note from the Embassy or consulate of the country of citizenship (U.S. citizens should reach out to the closest Embassy or consulate for assistance);
2. When crossing the border, the air tickets for the flight to the home country must be presented to the immigration official;
3. After approval of the request, the foreigner must go directly to the airport upon crossing the land border.
From December 30, 2020, travelers in the following categories are exempt from the land border entry restrictions:
• Brazilian citizens, born or naturalized
• Permanent residents of Brazil
• National Immigration Registry Card Holders (Registro Nacional Migratório – RNM)
• Foreign professionals employed by a non-governmental aid organization recognized by the Brazilian government
• Foreign officials accredited by the Brazilian government
• Spouse, domestic partner, son or daughter, father or mother, or caregiver of a Brazilian citizen
• Any person whose entrance into Brazil is deemed by the government to be in the public interest

Travelers in transit in one of the following categories:

• Cargo delivery
• Passengers required to disembark for aircraft refueling or repairs
• Flight crews

Brazil tourist visa fees for citizens of China

Single entry
  • Validity: up to 3 months
  • Processing: 5 business days
  • Total cost: 1300.00 
    Brazil visa help
    Cost calculation
    Embassy fee: 0.00 Processing: 1300.00: 0.00 Total cost: 1300.00
Multiple entry
  • Validity: up to 3 months
  • Processing: 5 business days
  • Total cost: 1300.00 
    Brazil visa help
    Cost calculation
    Embassy fee: 0.00 Processing: 1300.00: 0.00 Total cost: 1300.00
Maximum stay in Brazil: 90 days  
Brazil visa help Maximum stay refers to the number of days allowed on a single visit.
Maximum stay in Brazil: 90 days
Brazil visa help Maximum stay refers to the number of days allowed on a single visit.
Brazil visa for citizens of China is required. For more information please contact the nearest Brazil embassy.

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