BRAZILIAN VISA WAIVER for USA, Australian, Canadian and Japanese citizens starting June 17th-2019

BRAZILIAN VISA WAIVER for USA, Australian, Canadian and Japanese citizens starting June 17th-2019

We are SO excited to share with our travelers that Brazilian government has decided to waive the visa requirement for USA, Canadian, Australians and Japanese citizens effective June 17th 2019.

This will allow you to travel with a regular passport for up to 90 days within Brazil. So even if you want to just “cross” to Brazil for visiting Iguazu falls when traveling in Argentina or for a full trip to Brazil you will not only save some money but also the time and paperwork that applying for a visa means 🙂

For other citizenships or longer travels please contact your local Brazilian consulate.

In the meantime, we would like you to have a look at our programs for visiting Brazil on our website so you can plan a trip for the city of Samba and enjoy next year Carnival, discover the wildlife in Pantanal or Amazon areas, visit Brazilia and its unique architecture or just relax and zip caipirinhas in the north sand beaches of Brazil… you now can start planning on this destination to make it real.

When are you going ?

 

Here you have the information directly from the Brazilian consulate in Los Angeles-California. 

VISA EXEMPTION – VISIT VISA WAIVER

Effective June 17, 2019, all U.S., Australian, Canadian and Japanese nationals will be waived from Visit Visa requirement.
The measure benefits holders of a valid passport traveling for tourism, business, artistic or sports purposes. The initiative also covers travelers transiting through Brazil.
Visitors will be granted a stay of up to 90 days, which can be extended once for the same period, as long as they do not exceed 180 days within a 12-month period, counted from the date of the first entry. If the regular stay is exceeded, the visitor will be considered an illegal alien subject to the applicable measures by the Brazilian government.
Eureka Travel is not responsible for any changes or other modifications for your legal paperwork and passports entering any country. Please check with your local consulate base on your citizenship.

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