Turistas dos Estados Unidos da América, Canadá, Japão e Austrália agora poderão viajar ao Brasil sem visto de turista ! Isenção de visto de turista !
Que seja bom para o Turismo do Brasil !
CNN) — If watching a game at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracanã stadium has been on your bucket list since the 2014 FIFA World Cup, you can now do so without adding a trip to the consulate as part of your itinerary.
Effective June 17, tourists from the United States
will no longer need a visa to visit Brazil
Travelers with a valid passport will be able to explore Brazil for up to 90 days, with the possibility of extending their stay to up to 180 days (though expect a visit to the Federal Police to get the extension approved).
The move was announced in March ahead of an official visit
by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to the White House.
In a joint news statement released on March 19 by President Donald Trump and President Bolsonaro, the duo announced that along with lifting the requirement, “the Presidents agreed to take the steps necessary to enable Brazil to participate in the Department of Homeland Security’s Trusted Traveler Global Entry Program.”
Since the announcement, Brazil has already seen increased travel interest from tourists in those four countries. In March, searches
for flights from Australia to Brazil were up by 36% from the previous year. Americans experienced a similar search boom, with a 31% increase in search for flights following the news.