How to Get a E-Visa for
Travel to Canada

Canadian e-visas are issued for:


Tourism & Recreation • Visiting Family or Friends • General Business

Get an E-Visa to Canada in Just 4 EASY STEPS:

How to Get a E-Visa for
Travel to Canada

Get an E-Visa to Canada in Just  4 EASY STEPS:

Step 1:
Gather Documents

Step 2:
Complete Forms

Step 3:
Email Documents

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Step 4:
Place Order

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STEP 1: BRAZIL E-VISA


Carefully Review the Following Information & Gather Together the Required Documents

Overview

Sending physical documents is not required when applying for the Brazilian e-visa. All required documents are sent electronically through email or upload.

Brazil E-Visa Validity: Brazilian E-Visas for U.S. citizens are normally issued for a 2 year validity with multiple entries and are valid for travel from the day they were issued. Validity and duration of stay per visit is solely at the discretion of the Brazilian Consulate however.

Brazil Stay Limitations: All Brazil e-visa holders are allowed a maximum stay of up to 90 days per year. There is no limit to the amount times an e-visa holder can enter Brazil per year provided that they don’t exceed 90 days in total

Processing Time: The processing time for the Brazilian e-Visa is normally anywhere from 5 to 10 business days. The e Visa will be processed electronically and issuance confirmation sent to you via email.

Brazil Transits/Stopovers: No visa is required for a stopover or connection in Brazilian territory if the traveler does not intend to leave the international transit area. If the traveler intends to leave the international transit area then a visa will be required.

 

Eligibility


WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR A BRAZILIAN E-VISA?

Brazilian e-Visas are applicable for the following travel purposes:

 

Business: A business e-visa is valid for general business travel, attending, sales meetings, trade shows & industrial fairs, business negotiations, prospecting commercial opportunities, signing contracts, audits, and consulting. Business visitors are prohibited from performing any paid work, technical assistance or technical training in Brazil.

Tourism: A tourist e-visa is valid for general tourism & recreation, sightseeing, and visiting with family members or friends in Brazil.

Transit: A transit e-visa is for travelers who, in order to reach their final destination, must enter into Brazilian national territory. A visa is not necessary to make stopovers or connections in Brazil if the traveler stays in the international transit area without the need to pass Brazilian immigration control.

Journalist: An e-visa for journalism is valid for travelers performing journalism based activities and their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Sport Activities: These types of e-visas are for persons who have the purpose of carrying out sports activities for a short stay with no intention of establishing residence or participate in sports competitions that are paid or award prizes.

Artistic Activities: These types of e-visas are for persons who come to Brazil for a short stay without intention to establish residence for the purpose of performing artistic activities or participating in artistic competitions including those where they will receive awards or prizes.

Seminars or Conferences: These types of e-visas are for persons who wish to come to Brazil to participate in conferences, seminars, congresses or meetings which are characterized as specific events. It is prohibited for these visitors to be paidin Brazil for their activities. It is acceptable, however, to obtain reimbursement for the expenses of the stay, transportation, and food.

Cultural Program: These types of e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out cultural activities.

Scientific Program: These type of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out scientific research and scientific cooperation activities provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Research Activities: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out any academic extension activities provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Studies: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out teaching & learning activities in addition to supervised internships provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Crew Member: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who will act as an aircraft or vessel crew member, except in such cases when the visitor presents an international seafarer card issued under the terms of the Convention of the International Organization of Labor.

Voluntary activities: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to act as a volunteer provided their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days

Fiance or spouse of a Brazilian citizen: This type of Brazil e-visa is for visitors coming to visit their Brazilian spouse or family members.

Short Term Medical Treatment: This type of Brazil e-visa is a persons who is granted short medical or therapeutic treatment provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days. To qualify, the traveler must has sufficient finances to pay for their treatment and stay expenses, health insurance valid in the national territory or a certificate of provision of health service provided in an international agreement.

Passport


A Clear Color Scan of Your Currently Valid & Signed Passport must be submitted with your Brazil E-Visa Application.
The passport needs to have a minimum two blank side by side visa pages and must not be expiring 6 months or less from the date you return into the United States.

U.S citizens should note that the last six pages of your U.S. Passport cannot be for entry/exit stamps or visa issuance. These are amendment pages specifically designated for U.S. State Department use only.

If your passport does not meet current Brazilian E-Visa Requirements, UVC can process your Application for a Tourist or Business E-Visa to Brazil and your application to Renew Your U.S. Passport, to add Additional Passport Pages, or to Get a New U.S. Passport back to back and in time for your trip.

 

Photo


A Clear Color Scan of a Passport Photograph is required for your Brazil E-Visa Application submission.
The photo's should be:

  • in color & not blurry;
  • 2×2 in size;
  • front view with body completely facing forward;
  • on a plain white background;
  • with no glasses or head wear;
  • not older than 90 days;
  • taken at a reputable facility such as Walgreen’s, CVS or Fed Ex.

 

For Minor Applicants (Under Age 18)


Minor children ages 3 months to 6 years traveling to Brazil  must provide the following documents with their Brazilian E-Visa Application submission:

  • A clear color scan of an International Certificate of Vaccination showing valid polio vaccinations.

All Applicants under the age of 18 traveling to Brazil must provide the following documents with their Brazilian E-Visa Application submission:

  • A clear color scan of a Brazil Minor Consent Form which should be completed, signed by both parents or legal guardians and notarized by a public notary;
  • A clear scan of the minor applicants birth certificate;
  • A clear color scan of the main information page of both parents passports;
  • A clear color scan of both parents drivers licences or state issued ID's.

Minors without the consent of both parents will not be issued Brazilian e-visas unless one of the following applies:

  • One of the parents is not listed on the birth certificate;
    OR
  • One of the parents is deceased in which case a clear color scan of a death certificate must be provided;
    OR
  • One of the parents has full custody with exclusive parental rights in which case a clear color scan of the Court Order or Divorce Decree must be provided.

 

More Important Instructions & Helpful Information


Yellow fever vaccination certificates are required if the applicant has traveled to any of the following countries within the last 90 days:

Angola, Benin, Bissau Guinea, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, French Guiana, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guiana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Tanzania, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Venezuela.

Yellow fever vaccinations are advisable if the applicant intends to visit any of the following areas of Brazil:

Acre, Amapa, Amazonas, Goias, Maranhao, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Para, Rondonia, Roraima, Tocantins and the Federal District of Brazil.

An International Certificate of Vaccination showing valid polio vaccinations is required for all minor children ages 3 months to 6 years traveling to Brazil.


The Designated Consular Jurisdictions of the U.S. based Embassy of Brazil & Brazilian Consulates are:

Consulate of Brazil in Atlanta, Georgia
Consular Jurisdiction: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee


Consulate of Brazil Boston, Massachusetts
Consular Jurisdiction: Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont


Consulate of Brazil in Chicago, Illinois
Consular Jurisdiction: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin


Consulate of Brazil in Houston, Texas
Consular Jurisdiction: Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas


Consulate of Brazil in Los Angeles, California
Consular Jurisdiction: Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah e Wyoming. The following counties in California: Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura


Brazil Consulate Miami, Florida
Consular Jurisdiction: Florida, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Island


Brazil Consulate New York, New York
Consular Jurisdiction: Bermuda Islands, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania


Consulate of Brazil in San Francisco, California
Consular Jurisdiction: Alaska, Oregon and Washington. The following counties in California: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Humboldt, Inyo, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Ladera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benidito, San Francisco, San Joaquim, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba


Embassy of Brazil in Washington, DC
Consular Jurisdiction: District of Columbia, North Carolina, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia and all Military Bases except Guam


 

STEP 2: BRAZIL E-VISA


Carefully Complete the Following Required Forms

Brazil E-Visa Application Form


Complete the Brazil E-Visa Application Form Questionnaire.

Once completed, you will submit your Brazil E-Visa Application Form Questionnaire by emailing or uploading it to UVC along with the scans of the passport & passport photo.

 

STEP 3: BRAZIL E-VISA


Email or Upload your Documents

Email/Upload Your Documents

Email/Upload Instructions

Please email all required documents to:


US Visa Connection

Email:
info@usvisaconnection.com
OR
usvisaconnection@gmail.com
Phone:
877-VISADOC (847-2362)


 

STEP 4: BRAZIL E-VISA


Place Your order

Fees

Brazil E-Visa Fees


The combined total of the Brazilian Government Fee and Application Processing Fee is:

  • U.S. citizens: 150.00
  • Citizens of Australia, Canada & Japan: 150.00 

Processing time is 5-10 business days.

If the E-visa processing time above does not meet your travel needs, contact UVC at 877-VISA-DOC (847-2362) or info@usvisaconnection.com for assistance. Using UVC urgent processing, a traditional stamped Brazilian visa can be acquired in 24-48 hours.


 

Place Your Order

Place Your Order


Complete, print & sign the US Visa Connection Visa Order Form.

The Order Form provides UVC with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to meet your intended travel date.


Have Questions? Need Assistance?

Call the Doc!  877-VISADOC (847-2362)

STEP 1: BRAZIL E-VISA


Carefully Review the Following Information & Gather Together the Required Documents

Overview

Sending physical documents is not required when applying for the Brazilian e-visa. All required documents are sent electronically through email or upload.

Brazil E-Visa Validity: Brazilian E-Visas for U.S. citizens are normally issued for a 2 year validity with multiple entries and are valid for travel from the day they were issued. Validity and duration of stay per visit is solely at the discretion of the Brazilian Consulate however.

Brazil Stay Limitations: All Brazil e-visa holders are allowed a maximum stay of up to 90 days per year. There is no limit to the amount times an e-visa holder can enter Brazil per year provided that they don’t exceed 90 days in total

Processing Time: The processing time for the Brazilian e-Visa is normally anywhere from 5 to 10 business days. The e Visa will be processed electronically and issuance confirmation sent to you via email.

Brazil Transits/Stopovers: No visa is required for a stopover or connection in Brazilian territory if the traveler does not intend to leave the international transit area. If the traveler intends to leave the international transit area then a visa will be required.

 

Eligibility


WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR A BRAZILIAN E-VISA?

Brazilian e-Visas are applicable for the following travel purposes:

 

Business: A business e-visa is valid for general business travel, attending, sales meetings, trade shows & industrial fairs, business negotiations, prospecting commercial opportunities, signing contracts, audits, and consulting. Business visitors are prohibited from performing any paid work, technical assistance or technical training in Brazil.

Tourism: A tourist e-visa is valid for general tourism & recreation, sightseeing, and visiting with family members or friends in Brazil.

Transit: A transit e-visa is for travelers who, in order to reach their final destination, must enter into Brazilian national territory. A visa is not necessary to make stopovers or connections in Brazil if the traveler stays in the international transit area without the need to pass Brazilian immigration control.

Journalist: An e-visa for journalism is valid for travelers performing journalism based activities and their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Sport Activities: These types of e-visas are for persons who have the purpose of carrying out sports activities for a short stay with no intention of establishing residence or participate in sports competitions that are paid or award prizes.

Artistic Activities: These types of e-visas are for persons who come to Brazil for a short stay without intention to establish residence for the purpose of performing artistic activities or participating in artistic competitions including those where they will receive awards or prizes.

Seminars or Conferences: These types of e-visas are for persons who wish to come to Brazil to participate in conferences, seminars, congresses or meetings which are characterized as specific events. It is prohibited for these visitors to be paidin Brazil for their activities. It is acceptable, however, to obtain reimbursement for the expenses of the stay, transportation, and food.

Cultural Program: These types of e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out cultural activities.

Scientific Program: These type of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out scientific research and scientific cooperation activities provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Research Activities: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out any academic extension activities provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Studies: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to carry out teaching & learning activities in addition to supervised internships provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days.

Crew Member: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who will act as an aircraft or vessel crew member, except in such cases when the visitor presents an international seafarer card issued under the terms of the Convention of the International Organization of Labor.

Voluntary activities: These types of Brazilian e-visas are for persons who wish to act as a volunteer provided their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days

Fiance or spouse of a Brazilian citizen: This type of Brazil e-visa is for visitors coming to visit their Brazilian spouse or family members.

Short Term Medical Treatment: This type of Brazil e-visa is a persons who is granted short medical or therapeutic treatment provided that their stay in Brazil does not exceed 90 days. To qualify, the traveler must has sufficient finances to pay for their treatment and stay expenses, health insurance valid in the national territory or a certificate of provision of health service provided in an international agreement.

Passport


A Clear Color Scan of Your Currently Valid & Signed Passport must be submitted with your Brazil E-Visa Application.
The passport needs to have a minimum two blank side by side visa pages and must not be expiring 6 months or less from the date you return into the United States.

U.S citizens should note that the last six pages of your U.S. Passport cannot be for entry/exit stamps or visa issuance. These are amendment pages specifically designated for U.S. State Department use only.

If your passport does not meet current Brazilian E-Visa Requirements, UVC can process your Application for a Tourist or Business E-Visa to Brazil and your application to Renew Your U.S. Passport, to add Additional Passport Pages, or to Get a New U.S. Passport back to back and in time for your trip.

 

Photo


A Clear Color Scan of a Passport Photograph is required for your Brazil E-Visa Application submission.
The photo's should be:

  • in color & not blurry;
  • 2×2 in size;
  • front view with body completely facing forward;
  • on a plain white background;
  • with no glasses or head wear;
  • not older than 90 days;
  • taken at a reputable facility such as Walgreen’s, CVS or Fed Ex.

 

For Minor Applicants (Under Age 18)


Minor children ages 3 months to 6 years traveling to Brazil  must provide the following documents with their Brazilian E-Visa Application submission:

  • A clear color scan of an International Certificate of Vaccination showing valid polio vaccinations.

All Applicants under the age of 18 traveling to Brazil must provide the following documents with their Brazilian E-Visa Application submission:

  • A clear color scan of a Brazil Minor Consent Form which should be completed, signed by both parents or legal guardians and notarized by a public notary;
  • A clear scan of the minor applicants birth certificate;
  • A clear color scan of the main information page of both parents passports;
  • A clear color scan of both parents drivers licences or state issued ID's.

Minors without the consent of both parents will not be issued Brazilian e-visas unless one of the following applies:

  • One of the parents is not listed on the birth certificate;
    OR
  • One of the parents is deceased in which case a clear color scan of a death certificate must be provided;
    OR
  • One of the parents has full custody with exclusive parental rights in which case a clear color scan of the Court Order or Divorce Decree must be provided.

 

More Important Instructions & Helpful Information


Yellow fever vaccination certificates are required if the applicant has traveled to any of the following countries within the last 90 days:

Angola, Benin, Bissau Guinea, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, French Guiana, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guiana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Rwanda, Sao Tome & Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Tanzania, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, Venezuela.

Yellow fever vaccinations are advisable if the applicant intends to visit any of the following areas of Brazil:

Acre, Amapa, Amazonas, Goias, Maranhao, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul, Para, Rondonia, Roraima, Tocantins and the Federal District of Brazil.

An International Certificate of Vaccination showing valid polio vaccinations is required for all minor children ages 3 months to 6 years traveling to Brazil.


The Designated Consular Jurisdictions of the U.S. based Embassy of Brazil & Brazilian Consulates are:

Consulate of Brazil in Atlanta, Georgia
Consular Jurisdiction: Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee


Consulate of Brazil Boston, Massachusetts
Consular Jurisdiction: Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont


Consulate of Brazil in Chicago, Illinois
Consular Jurisdiction: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin


Consulate of Brazil in Houston, Texas
Consular Jurisdiction: Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas


Consulate of Brazil in Los Angeles, California
Consular Jurisdiction: Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah e Wyoming. The following counties in California: Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura


Brazil Consulate Miami, Florida
Consular Jurisdiction: Florida, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Island


Brazil Consulate New York, New York
Consular Jurisdiction: Bermuda Islands, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania


Consulate of Brazil in San Francisco, California
Consular Jurisdiction: Alaska, Oregon and Washington. The following counties in California: Alameda, Alpine, Amador, Butte, Calaveras, Colusa, Contra Costa, Del Norte, El Dorado, Fresno, Glenn, Humboldt, Inyo, Kings, Lake, Lassen, Ladera, Marin, Mariposa, Mendocino, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Benidito, San Francisco, San Joaquim, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Sonoma, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, Yolo and Yuba


Embassy of Brazil in Washington, DC
Consular Jurisdiction: District of Columbia, North Carolina, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia and all Military Bases except Guam


 

STEP 2: BRAZIL E-VISA


Carefully Complete the Following Required Forms

Brazil E-Visa Application Form


Complete the Brazil E-Visa Application Form Questionnaire.

Once completed, you will submit your Brazil E-Visa Application Form Questionnaire by emailing or uploading it to UVC along with the scans of the passport & passport photo.

 

STEP 3: BRAZIL E-VISA


Email or Upload your Documents

Email/Upload Your Documents

Email/Upload Instructions

Please email all required documents to:


US Visa Connection

Email:
info@usvisaconnection.com
OR
usvisaconnection@gmail.com
Phone:
877-VISADOC (847-2362)


 

STEP 4: BRAZIL E-VISA


Place Your order

Fees

Brazil E-Visa Fees


The combined total of the Brazilian Government Fee and Application Processing Fee is:

  • U.S. citizens: 150.00
  • Citizens of Australia, Canada & Japan: 150.00 

Processing time is 5-10 business days.

If the E-visa processing time above does not meet your travel needs, contact UVC at 877-VISA-DOC (847-2362) or info@usvisaconnection.com for assistance. Using UVC urgent processing, a traditional stamped Brazilian visa can be acquired in 24-48 hours.


 

Place Your Order

Place Your Order


Complete, print & sign the US Visa Connection Visa Order Form.

The Order Form provides UVC with your contact, payment, and return shipping information as well as the level of service needed to meet your intended travel date.


Have Questions? Need Assistance?

Call the Doc!  877-VISADOC (847-2362)

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