Visas List


Entering in a country is like to enter a house, you’ve got to respect the owners and their rules. For countries, who takes care of the entry is immigration and each one has its own rules.Many Brazilians complain that the Brazilian passport is not welcome in some countries, one of the causes could be the excess of Brazilians trying to immigrate illegally.

I disagree, as we have no enemies, we pass smoothly by almost all countries, but of course those who try to go through tourist taking 10 copies printed cvs in the bag and a lot of tools probably will have the visa denied.
As our case is just visiting the countries and spending our money there, I believe the majority would be quite happy to give us visas. But we still must respect the rules of each country to avoid problems at the airport.

See what each country requires for Brazilian tourists:



It must be requested in advance, you can stay up to 3 months, but you can get one with multiple entries of 3 months, valid for one year
Bureaucracy – complete the form that can be downloaded at the website of the Australian immigration, passport size photo and ticket to leave the country. It can be quite annoying to fill it out, but in our case we sent the passport in one day and got the stamp the following day, only Cris hasn’t because she forgot to sign the form 😛
Cost – AUD 100.00

New Zealand

Visa at the airport – Valid for 3 months with option to renew it for another 3 periods of 3 months
Bureaucracy – if you are a tourist it’s easy, if not you’ll need to explain and it depends on the agent. Usually if they distrust you, they’ll give a restricted visa for 20 days non-renewable. To renew the visa (if your visa permits) you’ll need NZD 1000.00 per month during your stay.
Cost – Free



Visa at the airport valid for 30 days, renewable up to 90 if requested in advance
Bureaucracy – if you are a tourist is calm, you need to have USD 1000.00 in the wallet or a valid credit card and a ticket to leave the country, do not take any drugs there, or you can face death penalty. Yellow fever vaccine may be required.
Cost – $ 25.00


Visa at the airport valid for 30 days
Bureaucracy – at least 1000.00 USD or a valid credit card, ticket to leave the country, passport valid for a minimum of 6 months and yellow fever vaccine.
Cost – S$ 30.00


Visa at the airport valid for 90 days
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 6 months, ticket to leave, money to stay.
Cost – $ 30.00


Up to 90 days at the airport
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 6 months, ticket to leave, money to stay.
Cost – $ 60.00


Must be requested in advance at the embassy of India. Valid for 6 months.
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 6 months, return ticket, 2 passport size photos, yellow fever vaccine, completed and signed form.
Cost – $ 90.00

Hong Kong

Visa at the airport valid for up to 90 days
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 6 months, ticket to leave, money to stay the period.
Cost – NA



Visa at the airport valid for up to 6 months
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 6 months, ticket to leave, enough money to stay there. But here they are really concerned about illegal immigration so at the slightest suspicion that you’re not entering only to visit they can deny your access. So have proofs of your accommodation, money and everything else.
Cost – £ 65.00

France and Spain (and other countries signatories of the Schengen agreement)

Visa at the airport valid for up to 6 months
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 6 months, ticket to leave, money to stay there, evidence of place you’re going to stay, medical insurance to cover all costs including repatriation if necessary
Cost – NA



Seen at the airport valid for up to 3 months
Bureaucracy – passport valid for 3 months, ticket to leave, money to stay. But here is clearly easier than europe to enter.
Cost – £ 15.00

South America


Visa?? C’mon this is our place
Bureaucracy – But do not think as Brazilian citizen you are free from customs, if you buy to much stuff overseas you’ll need to pay taxes.
Cost – Free


No visa needed
Bureaucracy – yellow fever vaccine
Cost – Free


Visa at the airport for up to 90 days
Bureaucracy – Passport, ticket to leave and they may require some proof that you have enough money to stay there.
Cost – Free


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  1. Oba… fase preparatória!!

    Olha, não tive problemas com “vistos” ou “pra entrar” em nenhum dos países que eu visitei, apenas uma detalhe MUITO importante que vocês já devem ter com vocês, mas é bom avisar: é a carteirinha de vacinação contra febre amarela!

    Eles vão pedir, principalmente na indonésia e thai (parece até piada), mas vocês serão encaminhados pra um setor especial onde vão confirmar que estão livre de amarelão!! Hahaha eu me divertia com a situação…


    • Felipe says:
    • 14 July, 2008 at 10:57 pm

    Pois é temos um amigo que quase não entrou na Singapura por causa disso também e estamos levando aquela carteirinha do Ministério da Saúde.

    Sobre os vistos tudo parece bem tranquilo na teoria, mas tenho algum receio em relação a Europa e Inglaterra pela quantidade de informação na internet se referindo a longas entrevistas e investigações detalhadas.

    O meu grande receio é que não pretendemos reservar acomodação na inglaterra e frança e sim ficar com amigos. E o site da imigraçao inglesa é um tanto exigente quanto ao tipo de prova que pedem nesse tipo de situação (coisas como carta, endereço, telefone e visto da pessoa que você vai visitar.)

    Vamos ver o que vai dar… :roll:


  2. Actually, the visa you get at the airport in Thailand is only 30 days. You need to get a visa before hand if you want to stay longer. You can pay 35 US dollars for 60 days plus a 30 day extension.


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    • Theresa says:
    • 15 July, 2008 at 7:19 am

    I posted similar information to the Details section of our site a few weeks ago with info on the costs for U.S. citizens (me) and Swedish citizens (my husband). He’s going to have to pay so much less than me!


    • Cris says:
    • 15 July, 2008 at 10:58 am

    @Matt – passport holders who can enter Thailand without visa and stay there up to 90 days: Argentina, Brazil, Chile and South Korea.
    Sometimes it’s good to have a Brazilian passport! 😀


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    • Karl-Heinz says:
    • 4 September, 2008 at 11:11 am

    hallo chris e felipe
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