Here you can find an overview of all you need to know to prepare for your trip to Fi South America in São Paulo.
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In order to obtain the Brazilian visa you must follow the regulations based on the policy of reciprocity in such a way that foreigners wishing to visit Brazil are submitted to the same restrictions Brazilian citizens undergo in their respective countries. In any case, there is not a general regulation to obtain the Brazilian visa. The best information source is the Brazilian Consulate your respective country. Go to the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website and see the list of services provided by the consulate worldwide.
Citizens from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay are allowed to stay up to 90 days in Brazil carrying only their original identification document (must have a photo and be in date).
The visitors wishing to stay up to 90 days who hold a passport issued in one of the countries listed below are exempt from the visa requirement:
- South Africa
- South Korea
- Costa Rica
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Trinidad e Tobago
- European Union
The documents required for a Brazilian visa application are:
- Valid Passport
- Proof of income or financial situation
- Return flight ticket
Attention! This is a list of the documents required by any Brazilian Consulate, however it is very important to apply for your visa in advance since additional documents may be asked for depending upon the consulate.