How to Get a
Brazil Religious/Missionary Visa

Brazilian Religious & Missionary Visas are issued for:


clergymen • missionaries • theological or academic religious education
religion/faith based travel or purposes

Get a Visa for Religious or Missionary Travel to Brazil
in Just 
4 EASY STEPS:

Get a Visa for Religious or Missionary Travel to Brazil
in Just 
4 EASY STEPS:

Step 1:
Gather Documents

Step 2:
Complete Forms

Step 3:
Ship Documents

Step 4:
Place Order

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Getting Visas for Religious or Missionary Travel
to Brazil has never been easier!

UVC Step by Step Brazilian Religion/Mission Visa Help Guide 
 Easy to Follow Comprehensive Instructions
Detailed Application Requirements
Current Entry Information
Secure Online Ordering 
Downloadable Forms

STEP 1: BRAZIL RELIGIOUS MISSIONARY VISA


Carefully Review the Following Information & Gather Together the Required Documents

Overview

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR A VITEM VII?

Clergymen and missionaries with theological or academic religious education who intend to go to Brazil for religious purposes.

Brazil Religious Missionary Visa Validity: Validity and duration of stay per visit is solely at the discretion of the Brazilian Consulate however.

Brazil Stay Limitations: All Brazil Visa holders, regardless of nationality or visa validity date, may only stay in Brazil for up to 90 days per year. An extension of the original 90 days may be granted by the Brazilian Federal Police in Brazil but total stay cannot exceed 180 days a year.

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.

 

Passport


The Applicants Actual, Currently Valid & Signed Passport must be submitted with their Brazil Religious/Missionary 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 of 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 Religious Missionary Visa Requirements, UVC can process your Brazil Visa Application 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


Two Passport Photographs are required for your Brazil Religious/Missionary 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.

Proof of Departure


Proof of Travel must be provided with your Application for a Brazilian Religious/Missionary Visa.

This can be a copy of round trip tickets or emailed flight itinerary confirmation which should include applicants name and show entry into and exit from Brazil.

 

Invitation Letter


An Invitation Letter From the Religious Organization in Brazil that the applicant will be visiting is a requirement for submitting a  Brazilian Religious/Missionary Visa.

The Invitation must include:

  • Information about the organization to be visited, including its full name, contact information, telephone number, address and signature;
  • Official seal/stamp of the Organization/Company in Brazil;
  • Specific nature of the trip;
  • places to be visited;
  • Full address of where applicant will be staying;
  • Applicant name, gender and date of birth,
  • Applicant passport information;
  • Date of arrival into & departure from Brazil;
  • Who will be financially responsible for the applicants stay in Brazil.

FBI/Police Clearance


An FBI or Local Police Clearance Letter of Good Conduct that was issued within the past 3 months must be submitted with all Religious & Missionary Visas.

 

ID/Proof of Residence


Proof of Residential Address in the United States must be presented when applying for a Religious or Missionary Visa to Brazil.

This should be a clear color copy of the applicant drivers license or state issued photo ID.

 

Birth Certificate


A Notarized Copy of the Applicants Birth Certificate is required when applying for Brazilian Religious or Missionary Visas.

 

Proof of Funds


A notarized copy of the applicants most recent bank statement showing a minimum of $2,000 available for each month of stay in Brazil.

 

For Minor Applicants (Under Age 18)


Applicants under the age of 18 traveling to Brazil must provide the following documents with their Brazilian Religious/Missionary Visa Application submission:

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

Minors must not sign their own visa application forms. Both parents or legal guardians must sign the minors application which should then be notarized by a public notary.


Minors without the consent of both parents will not be issued Brazilian 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 notarized copy of the death certificate must be provided;
    OR
  • one of the parents has full custody with exclusive parental rights in which case a notarized copy of the Court Order or Divorce Decree must be provided.

Minor applicants born in the U.S. born to Brazilian parents must provide the following documents with their Brazilian Tourist Visa Application submission:

  • Two original Brazilian Minor Consent Forms which must be completed, signed by both parents or legal guardians and notarized by a public notary;
  • Two original Brazilian Declaration of Non Citizenship Forms which must be completed, signed by both parents or legal guardians and notarized by a public notary
  • a clear copy of the minor applicants birth certificate;
  • a clear color copy of the main information page of both parents passports;
  • a clear color copy of both parents drivers licences or state issued ID's.

 

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 RELIGIOUS MISSIONARY VISA


Carefully Complete the Following Required Forms

Brazil Religious Missionary Visa Application Form


Complete, print, and sign two copies of the online Brazil Religious Missionary Visa Application Form.

Helpful Notes: 

  • When you access the Online Application you may get a message stating this is an "untrusted connection". This is due to the security certificate for the application web page being issued by the Brazilian Government and is not recognized by most web browsers in the United States.
  • To convert the application from Portuguese to English, click the British Flag in the top right corner.
  • Where the applications asks for "alternate ID" put your drivers license information.
  • On the final page of the application, it will ask you to upload your documents. If you wish, you may instead upload this image where it asks for a passport photo then submit and print the application. UVC will upload all your actual documents for you.
  • The printed application will be a single page with a signature box and two bar codes. Simply sign inside the signature box.
  • The Brazilian visa application must be submitted within 30 days of completion or it will expire.

 

STEP 3: BRAZIL RELIGIOUS/MISSIONARY VISA


Select Your Preferred Shipping Method 

Shipping Instructions

Shipping Instructions

Please send all required documents, completed forms and a printed copy of your order confirmation to:


US Visa Connection

Address: 510 Earls Court Drive, Katy TX 77450
Phone: 877-VISADOC (847-2362)


Once your order has been completed, your passport with visa will be returned to you with the shipping option you choose. It is highly recommended all documents be shipped using FedEx.

 

Shipping Fees

Shipping Fees


FedEx Return Shipping FedEx Logo
Continental USA Only Price
Overnight - Next Business Day $38.00
2 Day - 2nd Business Day $28.00
Saturday Delivery $48.00
Alaska, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, USVI Price
Next Day / 2 Day (No Saturday Delivery) $48.00
International Price
Call UVC for Prices (Varies by Location) Varies

If you are sending a pre-paid return label or will be using a FedEx or UPS account, you can supply that information when placing your order.

 

STEP 4: BRAZIL RELIGIOUS MISSIONARY VISA


Place Your order

Fees

Brazil Religious/Missionary Visa Fees


The Brazilian Government Fee for VITEM VII Brazilian Religious Missionary Visas are:

  • U.S. Citizens: 255.00
  • UK citizens:
    105.00
    (for stay less than 180 days)
    OR
    220.00
    (for stay more than 180 days)
  • Citizens of all other countries: 105.00  

(The Brazil Consular Fees above include a 5.00 money order fee)


The US Visa Connection Fee for VITEM VII Brazilian Religious Missionary Visas are:

  • Regular Processing (6-10 business days): 99.00 
  • Rush (3-5 business days): 149.00
  • Urgent (24-48 hours): 199.00

 

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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How soon do you need your
Religious or Missionary Visa to Brazil?

$99.00

Regular
8-10 Business Days

$125.00

Rush
5-7 Business Days

$149.00

Urgent
24-48 Hours

Regular Processing
8-10 Business Days

UVC Fee: $99.00

Rush Processing
5-7 Business Days

UVC Fee: $125.00

Urgent Processing
24-48 Hours

UVC Fee: $149.00

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Brazil Fun Facts

Did you know that Brazil has the largest Catholic community in the world?


Roman Catholicism has been the primary religion in Brazil since the beginning of the 16th century. It was introduced to the Native Brazilians by Jesuits missionaries and was observed by the initial Portuguese settlers. An estimated 130 million people, about 65 percent of the Brazilian population, are self-declared Catholics.

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