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INFORMATION CONCERNING VISA APPLICATION FORM

Beginning on August 24th, visa applicants must upload their photography and signature upon the filling out of the on-line visa application form. Even after their upload, the original picture must be submitted along with the "Recibo de Entrega de Requerimento - RER" application form and the other required documents. 

Upload instructions will be available upon the filling out of the on-line application form. 

The Consular Agent will not process the visa application submitted at the Consulate’s desk in case the photography or the signature had not been properly uploaded to the system upon the filling out of the on-line application form.

This new procedure aims at making the visa application processing more agile. 

*Scanners will not be provided by the Consulate for this purpose

 

 

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You do not need to schedule an appointment to apply for a visa.

Please click here to check if you need a visa to travel to Brazil.

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Visa application services are available from Monday to Friday, except on HOLIDAYS.

 

VISA SECTION- Opening hours

9h - 12h: visa services for individuals and registered travel agencies

12h - 13h: collection of visas by individuals and travel agencies (all types)

 

Processing Time

5 working days

In times of heavy workload, the processing time may be extended.

Do not commit yourself to travel plans until you know when your visa will be issued.

Passport holders of the following countries require approval from Brazil prior to the issuing of a visa: North Korea, Nigeria, Central African Republic, and Senegal. Please note that the process may take from 2 to 3 months.

 

HOW TO APPLY IN PERSON (VISA APPLICANT)
When applying for a visa it is required that you submit all the documents listed below:

1. On-line Application Form "Recibo de Entrega de Requerimento - RER";

Please access the following web address for your on-line application: https://scedv.serpro.gov.br/frscedv/indexIdiomaIngles.jsp?lang=eng

The RER form is valid for 30 days from the date of issue. After that, you must fill out another application form.

After completing all the information required, please print out the form, sign it the same way as on your passport, and attach the photograph specified below;

2. Photograph: one 4.5 cm x 3.5 cm color photo, taken within the last 6 months; (PHOTOGRAPH SPECIFICATIONS)

3. Your original passport, that must be valid for at least 6(six) months and have at least two facing blank pages;

4. Other documents required (by purpose of trip) upon visa application at the Consulate:

- Tourist Visa: click here.

- Business Visa: click here;

5. Copy of both sides of the Resident Card "Zairyu Card" or/and a valid visa;

 

VISA FEES

Visa fees: payment must be made in cash at the Banco do Brasil.

Please click here to check the visa fees that might apply to your visa request

This Consulate does not accept visa applications via post nor send the passport with the granted visa by mail.

This Consulate does not issue visas on the same day, and does not provide express service.

Click here to check if your visa is ready for pick up.

 

Attention

USA Citizens must come in person to apply for visas, on a reciprocity basis.

Location:

Consulate-General of Brazil in Tokyo
Ichigo Gotanda Bld., 2F
13-12 Higashi Gotanda 1-chome
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0022
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Fax: (03) 5488-5458

When sending us a fax or an e-mail, please write your full name and telephone number in the message.

The best way to get to the Consulate is through JR’s Yamanote Line > Gotanda Station (East Exit – Higashi), or the Toei Asakusa Line > Gotanda Station (Exit No. A5).

When leaving Gotanda’s JR Station, use the pedestrian crossing. The building where the Consulate is located is over a shop named “The Suit Aoyama” (written on a billboard in blue). A Brazilian flag can be seen on the window of the second floor.

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