- Brazil delays the rollout of its e-visa requirements for nationals of Australia, Canada and the U.S. until 10 April 2024
The government of Brazil will delay the introduction of new entry requirements for nationals of Australia, Canada and the U.S. until 10 April 2024. Nationals of these countries must obtain an e-visa when traveling to Brazil for tourism, business, sports, art and transit beginning 10 April 2024. These measures were originally intended to go into effect in October 2023.
Until this time, nationals of these countries can continue to enter the country under its visa exemption policy.
The government will also launch an e-visa platform. The platform will allow nationals of these countries to complete the visa process before arrival on 10 January 2024.
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