Flying to Brazil with an ​Electronic Visa

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Many Australians and Chineses will soon be able to fly to Brazil with an Electronic visa.

The visa should be expected to be issued within 72 hours of the request.

Australian tourists wishing to visit Brazil should be able to apply for an Entry Visa as soon as November 21st. The application, done electronically, would grant the visa, if approved, in no longer than 72 hours after the request made by the tourist applicant. The benefit will also be valid for business trips.

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In January of 2018, the electronic Brazilian system begins to apply also for Canadian, American and Japanese tourist applicants. Before the launch of this new system, tourists from these countries spent time and money commuting to Visa Centers and Brazilian consulates in their home countries just to apply for Brazilian entry visas.
“Visa facilitation aims to reduce bureaucracy and, above all, boost the entry of foreign tourists into Brazil,” said Tourism Minister, Marx Beltrão.

The expectation of the Ministry of Tourism is the increase of foreign visitors in Brazil by up to 25%, according to data from the World Tourism Organization.

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Other agreements with strategic markets for Brazil, such as Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, are expected to eliminate the visa requirement as well.

China, which has the largest market of travelers in the world, has signed an agreement with Brazil for the issuance of five-year tourism and business visas.
To meet the new demand of Chinese tourists, Brazil will expand its Visa Centers in China, from three to 12 as early as 2018. On average, Visa Centers reduce visa processing times from 45 days to five days.


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