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Do You Need a Visa to Travel to Brazil?

April 10th, 2024
brazil e-visa, rio de janeiro
UPDATE: On April 10, 2024, the Brazilian Government announced that they will postpone the e-Visa requirement for citizens of the United States, Australia, and Canada until April 10, 2025. Starting April 10, 2025, Brazil is bringing back tourist and business visa requirements for citizens of the United States, Canada, and Australia. But don't worry – it's not complicated. You just need a Brazil e-visa before you enter the country. What is an e-Visa? An e-Visa is similar to a traditional tourist or business visa. It gives you permission to travel around the country for up to 90 days. The difference between a traditional visa and an e-Visa is that it is easily applied for online. No embassy visits required! Getting your Brazil e-Visa is easy. Fill out a simple form on your computer or


Free Brazil Visa for the 2014 World Cup

May 5th, 2014
Brazil Visa for World Cup
Will you be attending the 2014 World Cup in Brazil? Good news: You don't have to pay visa fees for your Brazilian visa. The bad news? You do still have to apply for a visa, and you'd better hurry. The Brazilian government is issuing special temporary visas free of charge for the event.  Here's what you. need to know to get in on the action. 2014 FIFA World Cup Visas- Know Before You Go Who's eligible?  The following groups of people are eligible for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Visa: Spectators Volunteers Press Foreign correspondents Entertainers and athletes performing at the games Other professionals working at the games What You Need to Apply The 2014 FIFA World Cup visas may be free, but that doesn't mean the Brazilian consulate is just giving them away to a


Travel Visa Service: 4 Countries Worth The Money

December 17th, 2013
Applying for a travel visa for one of the countries on this list? You'll probably want to seek professional help with the application process from an experienced group of experts. India Currently, India's visa system is complex and can be confusing, even if you're just going as a tourist. In fact, the US Department of State notes that "Indian visa regulations change frequently, often with little advance notice, and changes may be poorly advertised and inconsistently enforced." With 16 different types of Indian visas to choose from with varying requirements, and a sometimes nit-picky application process, it helps to have a professional visa expediter to guide you through the process and act as your advocate. China With an alphabet soup of different visa types, you need to make sure y


Get a Brazil Visa to See the Church of our Lord of Bonfim

April 15th, 2011
Salvador de Bahia is the largest city on the northeastern coast of Brazil.  It is known as the "City of All Saints" and "Brazil's capital of happiness." It's also home to the celebrated and unusual Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim (that's "Church of our Lord of the Good End" in Portuguese.) The church is believed to be especially sacred, and every year thousands of pilgrims come here to pray. The Church is the site of an important annual festival that incorporates both Catholic and Candomble traditions. The Festa do Bonfim happens every year in early January.  People from all over Brazil gather at the Church of Conceição da Praia, then walk in a procession to the Church of Nosso Senhor do Bonfim. Once there, a group of women in traditional white dresses and bonnets wash the steps of


Get a Brazil Visa to Leave the World Behind

March 27th, 2011
If you're looking to get away from it all, Brazil has just the place: the tropical island of Boipeba. Getting there takes effort: your options are a four-hour odyssey by bus, ferry and speedboat or a flight in from El Salvador in a tiny plane, an experience that the New York Times referred to as "not for the tremulous." Once you're there, though, the island will reward you with the kind of peace that comes from being someplace beautiful and remote, almost entirely shut away from the outside world. Charles Levitan, who runs a guesthouse on the island, told the New York Times, “If you can’t live in the moment, this isn’t the place for you,If you need to constantly know the weather forecast, you might want to go somewhere else.” Activities here include swimming, sunning, snor