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Type of Brazil Visas

Tourist/Visitor Visa (Popular)
  • Processing time: 8 to 10 days
  • Validity: 3 months
  • Entry: Multiple
  • Fees: INR 7,499/-
  • Ideal for: Indian passport holders wishing to enter Brazil for the purpose of tourism or holidaying
Business Visa
  • Processing time: 8 to 10 days
  • Validity: 3 months
  • Entry: Single entry
  • Fees: INR 7,499/-
  • Ideal for: Indian passport holders participating in meetings, fairs and business events, as well as prospecting business opportunities

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Documents required for Brazil Visa:

  • Must have Documents for Brazil Visa :
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    • Original Passport with at least 6 months validity and minimum 3 blank pages + all old passports if any
    • 2 Scanned recent colour photograph. (Photo Specification)
    • Visa Application forms: completed and signed
    • Personal Covering letter: explaining purpose of travel to the country
    • Original Bank Statement: stamped & updated for last 3 months with bank seal
    • Air tickets: proof of return flight tickets from and back to your home country
    • Hotel reservation: proof of accommodation for your entire stay
    • Travel Itinerary: day-wise plan outlining all elements of the trip
    • Travel Insurance: covering the entire duration of trip
  • Supporting documents as per your occupation, type of visit:
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    1. If Employed:

    • Leave Sanctioned Certificate: with company seal providing approval for leave
    • Salary Slips: of last 3 months

    2.If Self Employed:

    • Business Proof: Registration License/MOA/Partnership deed
    • Company Bank Statement: stamped & updated for last 6 months with bank seal
    • Company’s Income Tax Returns: of last 3 years

    3. If Retired:

    • Retirement Proof: pension book, statement etc

    4. If Student

    • ID Card: from school, college or institute

    5. If Minor

    • Birth Certificate showing the names of both parents
    • Legalized Letter of Consent (NOC)
    • If the child is travelling with one parent, the letter of consent authorizing travel must be legalized by the other parent
    • If the child is travelling alone or without either parent, a notarized letter of consent from both parents permitting travel
    • Death Certificate: in case one or both parents are deceased
    • ID Proof: of parents

    6. If Visiting friend or relative

    • Invitation letter: stating the relationship with the inviter and purpose of visiting the country & assuring the responsibility for housing and related expenses during the guest's stay in Algeria
    • ID Proof of Inviter: Passport or Resident Permit
    • Address Proof of Inviter: Utility bill

    7. If Sponsored

    • Sponsorship Letter: providing the name of the visitors, what the purpose of the visit is, relationship with the visitors, length of stay, dates of travel & any other additional information if necessary
    • ID Proof of Inviter: Passport or Resident Permit
    • Address Proof of Inviter: Utility bill
    • Proof of Financial Support: updated bank statement, pay slips

    8. For Business Visa

      Introduction/ recommendation letter from:

    • One of the Chambers of Commerce and Industries, government of India
    • Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India
    • Export Promotion Council of India or Reference number from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Afghanistan.
    • Registration certificate of the company from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India:

    • Income tax documents of the last three years
    • Letter from the company addressed to the embassy, introducing the business man for visa issuance
    • Invitation letter from the local partner or prospect local partner company in Afghanistan
    • Copy of the license (JAWAZ) of the local partner or prospect local partner company in Afghanistan.
    • *Note: The Embassy/Consul General has the right to ask for additional information or documents and request a personal interview with the applicant.

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Brazil Visa FAQs

  • add Do I need a visa for Brazil?

    Yes.The citizens of India are required to obtain a visa to enter Brazil.Visas may be obtained from the Embassy or Consulate of Brazil in India. A Brazil visa for Indians can be private, tourist, business and work – depending on the purposeof a visit.

  • add What is the purpose of Brazil visa?

    Short stay Brazil visas are mainly issued for tourism, business as well as other travelling needs including a single, double or multiple entries. The type of visa to enter Brazil will depend on several factors such as nationality, purpose of your planned visit and duration.

  • add How can I apply for a Brazil visa online?

      It is a straightforward and effortless process to apply for a Brazil visa online through Akbar Travels.
    • Choose your preferred type of Brazil visa based on your travel type
    • Pay online
    • Submit documents through our pick up & drop service
    • Receive your visa once approved

  • add What are the different types of Brazil Visas?

    Please find below the different types of Brazil visas. Before submitting your application, you are required to identify the visa category that best suits the purpose of your visit to Brazil.


      (The visa holder must not engage in remunerated work in Brazil and the activities must not exceed 90 days)
    • Tourist
    • Cultural, educational or recreational activities
    • Family visits
    • Participation in conferences, workshops, congresses or reunions
    • Performing voluntary work
    • Research, learning or academic extension activities
    • Participation in meetings, fairs and business events, as well as prospecting business opportunities
    • Media/film coverage
    • As an auditor or consultant
    • To join aircraft or vessel as part of its crew.
    • Travelers transiting through Brazilian airports to other countries, whenever the onward flight is booked under a separate ticket and/or different code.
    The other types of Brazil visas are:


      (Application to be submitted by Brazilian company to the Brazilian Ministry of Labor)
    • Work under a Brazilian-ruled employment contract approved by the Ministry of Labor
    • Local provision of services of any nature, including technical assistance and technology transfer
    • Provision of services to a Brazilian government agency/organization under a contract or an international agreement
    • Employees of foreign corporations to work as trainees or interns at their subsidiaries in Brazil, as well as intra company or intra-conglomerate professional training or professional exchange program
    • Post graduate students seeking short term professional training during school holidays or vacation, without a formal employment relationship with a Brazilian company
    • Scientists, researchers, professors, technicians to work with public or private entities, educational entities or science/technology entities
    • Instructors or professors traveling to Brazil to teach a foreign language
    • Professional athletes
    • Crew member of a foreign tourism vessel operating in Brazilian waters, without local contract
    • Crew member of fishing vessel operating in Brazilian waters, chartered by a Brazilian company
    • Crew member of vessel or platform operating in Brazilian waters as the result of a lease contract with a Brazilian company
    • Professionals without a work contract with a Brazilian company travelling to Brazil to perform studies and/or research regarding the preparation of bidding proposals for train lines.


    Family reunions/dependent visas are suitable for:
    • Family members of an individual ( “sponsor”) holding any Temporary visa to Brazil
    • Descendants (sons, daughters, stepson, stepdaughter, or minor under the custody) of a Brazilian national or Foreign Temporary or Permanent Resident under the age of 18 years
    • Descendants (sons, daughters, stepson, stepdaughter, or minor under the custody) of a Brazilian national or Foreign Temporary or Permanent Resident over the age of 18 years who are Ascendants of a Brazilian national or Foreign Temporary or Permanent Resident, when there is evidence that the applicant needs to be under the care of the Brazilian national or Foreign Temporary or Permanent Resident
    • Brother/sister, grandson/grand daughter, great-grandson/great-grand daughter of a Brazilian national or Foreign Temporary or Permanent Resident, when orphan, single and under the age of 18 years of age, or of any age, when unable to provide for himself/herself
    • Spouse or civil-union or life partner of a Brazilian national or Foreign Temporary or Permanent Resident, regardless of gender/sex.


    • Scientists, professors, researchers (including post-doctoral students) and other professionals intending to pursue activities related to science, technology and innovation under an international cooperation program between research or educational entities, without a work contract in Brazil
    • Technical training in the operation and/or maintenance of machinery or equipment made in Brazil
    • Paid participation (“pro labore”) of scientists, professors, researchers or other professional to participate in a conference, seminar or congress, characterized as a set and defined event, for a maximum period of 30 days
    • Experts traveling under an international cooperation agreement
    • Community services and volunteering activities with non-profit NGO or religious social assistance organization for periods exceeding 90 days
    • Training in Brazil as a young amateur athlete (above 14 years and under 18 years)
    • Exchange student attending a regular course under a program sponsored by a cultural exchange organization


    • Student attending primary or or secondary school
    • Students attending University-level courses (undergraduate or graduate studies, including "sandwich" programs) registered at the Ministry of Education and Culture (MEC) in Brazil
    • Specialization or graduate studies in the medical field
    • Student under PEC-G or PEC-PG program
    • Student travelling to Brazil for supervised academic internship
    • Theology students
    • Students of general courses, including language and technical courses


    • Artists and athletes, as well as technicians that perform activities related to an artist or athlete (no employment with a Brazilian company or entity - requires prior approval by Ministry of Labor in Brazil)


    • Clergymen and missionaries with theological or academic religious education who intend to go to Brazil for religious purposes.


    Government officials and employees of international organizations on long-term mission to Brazil require a visa. Diplomatic and official passport holders on short-term stays (90 days or less) are exempt from a visa. For longer stays and accreditation, a visa is required. The application for these visas could be submitted in India or in Brazil.

  • add How early can I apply for a Brazil visa online?

    The earliest date to apply for a Brazil visa is one month before the date of travel to the country.Please submit your request at least 10 days before your date of travel.

  • add What is the validity of my Brazil visa?

    Visitors are allowed to stay in Brazil for a period of 90 days. Within this period, multiple entries are allowed

  • add Is the visa extendable in Brazil?

    Yes. The visa is extendable for another 90 days upon request to the Brazilian federal police. Total may not exceed 180 days for every 12-month period.

  • add How long does it take to get a Brazil visa for Indians?

    Average visa processing time is 7 to 10 working days, provided application is deemed in order. The Embassy of Brazil in New Delhi does not issue same-day visa. Visas will be granted on a case-to-case basis, according to analysis of provided documentation. Additional documents may be demanded by the Consular authority.

  • add What are the eligibility criteria for Brazil visa application?

    • To enable the authorities to process your application, you must clearly state
    • Why are you visiting Brazil
    • How long you intend to stay in Brazil
    • How will you support yourself during your time in Brazil
    • What is the purpose of your visit to Brazil
    • Type of passport you hold and for how long it is valid
    • Where do you intend to travel following your visit to Brazil
    • If you have a permit to Brazil the country you intend to travel to after your stay in Brazil

  • add What if my stay exceeds the validity of my visa?

    If you happen to stay longer than the approved duration, you may be required to pay a fine and face deportation or a travel ban to the Republic of Brazil for a certain period of time.

  • add Can I get a visa on arrival in Brazil?

    No. Indians are not eligible for visa and arrival and need to secure the Brazil visa in advance.

  • add What type of entry is granted for a Brazil Visa for Indians?

    A multipleentry is granted. The visa can be used for multiple entries into the country.

  • add Do I need to personally visit the Embassy to submit my documents?

    No. You are not required to visit the Brazil Embassy personally. We will submit the visa application on your behalf.

  • add What if my Brazil visa gets rejected?

    The Embassy of Brazil, New Delhi, has the final call when it comes to a Brazil visa rejection. If your application is rejected or is granted for a shorter period, the authorities’ decision is final and no refund will be issued.

  • add If I am travelling on a Brazil tourist visa from India, will I be able to work in the country?

    You cannot take up any kind of paid employment in the country ona Brazil tourist visa.

  • add Do I need to purchase a Travel Insurance?

    Applicants are strongly advised to purchase a Travel Insurance to secure their trip in the event of unexpected events such as medical emergencies, flight cancellations, baggage delay or loss etc.

  • add What is the easiest way to get a Brazilvisitor Visa?

    Contact our Visa Experts and apply for your Brazil visa instantly with minimum documents and lowest visa fee. No need to visit our office and no need to deal with the Embassy. We do it all for you.

  • add Are you still having doubts about the Brazil Visa process?

    Please feel free to contact us for all your Brazil Visa worries. We have you covered across India with presence in all the major cities like Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Lucknow and many more.
    Important Notice: The information provided here are subject to change without prior notice. For confirmation on visa requirements and fees, you may consult with the BrazilEmbassy or Consulate near you.


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Akbar Travels has been a part of more than one million travel dreams. We offer quick and hassle-free Brazil visa assistance. With a highly professional and dedicated team of Visa Experts, we are here to cater to all your Brazil visa application requirements. Read more

Throughout your visa process, you will have a dedicated visa expert handling your application.

Here are the steps to apply for an Brazil Visa through Akbar Travels:
Step 1: Contact our Visa Expert with your travel plans and gather all the visa information and requirements.
Step 2: Pay your Brazil visa fee online and get your documents picked by us from your home or office.
Step 3: Our Visa Expert will verify, complete your Visa application online and schedule an appointment as part of the visa process
Step 4: On the appointment day personally visit the High Commission / Visa Application Center (VAC) to submit your Biometrics (fingerprints) and documents.
Step 5:Receive your Brazil Visa.

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Basic Requirements to visit Brazil

  • Have a valid Passport and valid Brazil Visa
  • Be in good health Read more
  • Good moral character
  • Thorough knowledge of your accommodation and itinerary details to furnish at immigration if asked to
  • Return flight tickets or onward flight tickets to ensure your return to home country or your next destination once your visa expires
  • Adhere to the moral standards of the country and follow the general rules
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Travel Checklist

  • Passport with at least 6 months of validity
  • Valid Brazil Visa depending on the purpose of your visit and duration of stay Read more
  • Confirmed return or onward tickets.
  • Details of accommodation.
  • Travel itinerary
  • Foreign currency
  • Any additional documents to support your purpose of visit, especially for business visa travellers
  • Have all documents authenticated before traveling
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What to do when you arrive in Brazil ?

  • Keep all your travel documents ready to be produced for verification by the immigration officers
  • Ensure you are not carrying any forbidden items that will not pass through customs, including ‘any immoral items liable to cause a breach of the peace’ like books, audiobooks, audio and video tapes Read more
  • Always carry your passport or a copy of it while traveling within Brazil
  • Note down emergency helpline numbers in the country
  • Be aware of the general rules of conduct in public places
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Brazil travel guide

Occupying more than half of the continent, Brazil, also known as the Federative Republic of Brazil is the largest South American country. It shares its borders with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. With a coastline extending almost 4600 miles, this captivating country has no less to offer. From breath-taking views, white-sandy beaches, verdant rainforests to soul-swelling magical waterfalls, experience Brazil’s captivating spell Read more

  • No matter what time of the year you choose to visit Brazil, you are promised pleasant weather. Most of the country celebrates a warm climate because of the tropics, but as you move south, you will experience more diverse climates. Be a part of their New Year and Carnival celebrations during November to March - the warmest yet most enjoyable months. During June and July, appreciate afternoon showers along the north-eastern cities. For aesthetic clear skies and rocks playing hide and seek through the cascades, visit Brazil in March, April, and September.
  • To secure yourself from common crimes such as pick-pocketing, ensure you don’t leave any of your belongings unattended. Simple things such as not keeping your wallet in your back pocket and being aware of your surroundings in crowded areas is a necessity. An abundant part of the population speaks Portuguese and very little English. Thus, ensure you are fluent in a few important Portuguese phrases and have translator apps and phrasebooks to assist you. Brazil is 8.5 hours behind Indian standard time, but the adventure that awaits will be worth the hassle!
  • There are no direct flights from India to Brazil. However, offering their exceptional service, Emirates, Vistara, Qatar Airways, British Airways, and Lufthansa are a few that help you reach this magical destination. Long distance buses and tourist-oriented steam trains are a great and affordable way to travel to different Brazilian cities. Taxis, ferries, and the metro (available only in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo) are also sources of convenient transportation inside the city.
  • What to see in Brazil?

  • A never-ending mix of culture, cuisines, festivals, and activities, Brazil is the perfect destination, whether you are travelling alone, with your family or friends. Experience their everlasting passion for football, golden shore beaches, exotic forests, and bustling metropolitan city life.
  • Rio de Janeiro’s vibrant and culturally rich surroundings have everything you’d want in one place. The famous tourist attractions include Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf and Copacabana. Don’t forget to be a part of their festive carnivals that are a dazzling explosion of colour, costumes and rhythmic music. Sit at the edge of your seat while watching samba shows, live music and jaw-dropping dance routines. Watch the sunset with a mesmerising view at Arpoador.
  • Love hiking? TransCarioca, a 180 Kilometre hike, is an unforgettable scenic experience you wouldn’t want to miss. Go to the heart of rainforests and rivers in the Amazon with the help of unforgettable boat trips spotting monkeys, parrots, toucans, turtles, and other wildlife along your journey. With a trip to Manaus, experience beauty in its most natural untouched form.
  • Take a walk through Cidade Alta’s colonial towns, Brasília’s stunning architectural buildings and art museums in Sao Paulo to assimilate Brazil’s historical past blended with modernity. Unleash your adventurous surfer on the huge waves of Florianopolis Beach and get the chance to worship the sun followed by parties of a lifetime!
  • Catch a breath and visit Paraty for a relaxing holiday. Its cobbled streets will take you back to your childhood story books. Their bohemian markets and fresh seafood restaurants are a must try. Savour the national dish of Brazil, feijoada - a stew made with black beans and pork, with dried beef added to it. This delicacy can be found in restaurants and stalls.
  • Acqua, Sao Paulo is termed to be one of the tourist hotspots for eateries. Experience their Brazil and Italian flavours and try their creamy seafood casserole baked to perfection. Lachoneyes (snack bars) and Paradise (bakeries) are popular amongst Brazilians, especially those with a sweet tooth. Remember to start your day with Brazil’s most famous coffee. For an authentic eating experience, try dishes from the various stalls located on the streets
  • Shop till you drop in Ipanema’s commercial area. With several malls surrounding the area, it’s a paradise for shopaholics! Feira do Rio Antigo in Rio de Janeiro has monthly antique sales that are a must see. Whether it is shopping, dining, sight-seeing, or simply taking a walk, Brazil caters to every one of you.

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Brazil Facts and Figures

South America
Major cities:
: Brasília, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador
Time in Brazil
IST (-) 8:30 hours Read more
8,515,767 km2
Independence day:
7th December
Main Airline:
: TAM Airlines, Gol-Varig Airlines, JetBlue Airlines
International Airports:
Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport, Riio De Janeiro Galeao Airport, Brasilia International Airport
Important Holidays
New Year’s Day, Good Friday, Labor day
Best time to visit:
September to October
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