|Instructions for Expedited Brazil Tourist Visa Application
|1. Valid Passport:
Note: The last three pages on the U.S. Passport are not visa pages and are not acceptable. If your passport doesn't meet the requirement,
click here to see our passport services.
Non-U.S. citizen must send a notarized copy of visa, permanent resident card.
on website and fill out all information step by step. After fill out all information, please click "save" button and you will get a "Code for
Recovery of Application". You must remember the code for use of print and update your application form.
Please back to website, and click " PRINT VISA FORM DELIVERY RECEIPT". You are required to submit a signed receipt with standard
passport photo. The signature on the receipt must be original, not faxed or photocopied. Also, all information and the signature on the receipt
should exactly match with your passport.
Note: The photo with the application form must be passport style, professionally taken and printed within the past 6 months. Photocopies
and computer pictures are not accepted.
provided by the airline company;
school documents are all acceptable documents as proof of jurisdiction.
address and contact information
Children of Brazilian citizens can only apply for a visa if they have not yet been issued a Brazilian birth certificate and therefore are not eligible for a
Brazilian passport. In that case, the Brazilian parent(s) must attach a notarized letter (Declaration of Non-Citizenship) stating that the child was not
registered in any Consulate or in Brazil and, therefore, does not have Brazilian citizenship.
If the applicant will not be applying with a US passport:
|Shipping of Application
|Collect and Send the Following Documents to us
|Total Cost = A + B
|As a private passport and visa service company that officially registered with but not affiliated with consulate, BCV does not issue visa or in any way determine
visa issuance. BCV is not and cannot be responsible for any determinations, act or omissions by Consulate. Consular officials are entitled to decide on the type,
number of entries, validity and duration of each stay of a visa to be issued based on laws and regulations. Consular officials reserve the right to decline
a visa application or revoke an issued visa.