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Visa Requirements for Brazilian Citizens
Visa requirements for citizens of Brazil are the rules concerning the paperwork needed for Brazilian passport holders to enter foreign countries.
The Brazilian passport is ranked 19th in the world in 2021 in terms of the strongest passports by the Henley Passport Index. It permits holders to visit around 170 destinations around the world without having to apply for a traditional visa in person at an embassy.
For those wondering what the visa requirements for Brazilians are, the answer is that they vary depending on the destination. Other factors that affect whether or not a citizen of Brazil needs a visa include the purpose of the trip and the length of time they will spend in the country or territory.
A number of countries have an electronic visa (eVisa) or electronic travel authorization (ETA) available for Brazilian nationals. These are usually required for short visits for the purpose of tourism and, in some cases, business and/or transit.
These electronic entry permits tend to be the most convenient options as they can be obtained online.
Some countries have a visa on arrival (VoA) that visitors from Brazil are eligible for. However, waiting until arrival to apply for a visa means standing in line and waiting at the border, wasting valuable time.
An embassy visa is required by nationals of Brazil to enter a number of countries and territories. These must be applied for in person at a diplomatic mission.
Finally, some countries have no visa requirements for Brazilian citizens for short-term visits, allowing holders of passports issued by Brazil to enter visa-free.
Read on to learn more about the visa requirements set by different countries for travelers from Brazil.