When Is Visa Processing For Brazil Necessary For British Visitors?

 

When Is Visa Processing For Brazil Necessary For British Visitors?

 

 

The Federative Republic of Brazil – to give its real name – will always be a country that greatly fascinates British visitors. This part of South and Latin America does, after all, have much to offer from a cultural, natural and touristic perspective, and for one reason or another, you may be a UK resident anxious to ensure your safe passage into Brazil for a limited-time stay.

 

 

While British nationals visiting Brazil as tourists do not usually require a visa to gain access to the country, it is nonetheless vital to comply with Brazilian immigration laws, having satisfied the Federal Police – the country’s immigration authority – of the reason for your trip. You will need to be able to demonstrate that you have the financial means to support yourself for the entirety of your stay, as well as give information about your accommodation and return or onward travel.

 

 

So Is A Visa Required At All For A Briton Entering Brazil?

 

 

Neither a tourist nor business visa is necessary to visit Brazil from the UK, provided that you meet a series of requirements. These include not remaining in the country for longer than three months, not undertaking any paid or self-employed work and possessing a valid passport, valid ticket, sufficient funds, a biometric passport and onward and return travel tickets.

 

 

Here at Documents and Visas, however, we do offer Visa Processing For Brazil technical assistance visas and temporary work visas, with a series of documents being required. These include, in the case of a technical assistance visa, not only a valid passport, photographs and completed visa application form, but also a Letter of Invitation (LOI), accompanied by a copy of the National Registry of Legal Entities the CNPJ (Cadastro Nacional de Pessoas Juridicas) of the Brazilian company for which you intend to work.

 

 

The application process for a Brazilian temporary work visa, meanwhile, necessitates the inclusion of a UK supporting letter from the UK employer, printed on a company letterhead, addressed to the consulate or embassy and including the applicant’s full name. The applicant for such a visa is also expected to provide a copy of their authorisation letter once it has been granted from the Ministry of Labour Employment.

 

 

We Can Guide You Through The Complete Brazilian Visa Application Process

 

 

As a leading provider of visa processing for Brazil and related services such as translation and legalisation, here at Documents and Visas, we are happy to give you the additional advice that you need to take as much stress and hassle as possible out of the process of applying for a visa – if, indeed, you require one at all.

 

 

Remember that while UK citizens often do not require a Brazilian visa, we also provide visa processing for Brazil for residents of another 11 countries. Whatever your country of citizenship, simply talk to us for guidance when you are wondering whether you need to apply for a Brazil visa.

 

 

Don’t look to any other company when you are interested in the highest standard of visa processing for your Brazil journeys, whether for pleasure, business or work.