Below-mentioned documents are required for a Brazil visa for Indians. The cost of the travel (tourist) visa varies according to your nationality. Brazil Visa for Indians costsRs. 6,400. The validity of the visa is a bit of a grey area. Check out the Common Visa Requirements to get a better understanding of visa duration dependencies. Make sure you mention you want a multiple-entry visa.

Brazil visa for Indian requirements

RequirementDefinition
Valid PassportA valid passport with blank page(s) for the visa stamp
Passport Size PhotosConfirm the size and the background requirements
Proof of onward travelConfirmed ticket(s) into and out of the country
Hotel BookingsHotel reservations for the intended length of stay in the country
Trip ItineraryA detailed itinerary of your trip in the country.
Proof of financial fundsProof of significant funds to cover your expenses while in the country
Letter to the Embassy CounselorA letter to the counselor describing the purpose of the visit

PLUS

  • Letter from Employer or University (for students)
  • Cost: Rs. 6,400. (I paid $20 (~Rs. 1350) in Quito, Ecuador)
  • Validity: 90 Days
  • Visa Process Time: 10 days
  • For more information: TOURIST VISA (VITUR)

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Applying for Brazil Visa for Indians in South America

I applied for the Brazil Visa (tourist) in the Brazilian Consulate in Quito, Ecuador. It was fairly straightforward, the lady at the consulate spoke fluent English and she gave me a clear list of documents required for Brazil visa for Indians. I submitted the required documents the following day and deposited the visa fee of US $20 to the bank she mentioned. Within four days I had my tourist visa. I got a 90-day Brazil visa. The 90 day counter starts the day you enter Brazil. The number of days you get could depend on a variety of factors like your hotel reservations, trip itinerary, or the round-trip ticket. Check out Common Visa Requirements for a better understanding.


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