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Brazilian flag Consulate-General of Brazil in Cayenne

Address444, Chemin Saint Antoine
97337 Cayenne
French Guiana
PostalPO Box 793
Phonelocal: 594.296.010
international: +594.594.296.010
Faxlocal: 594.303.885
international: +594.594.303.885
Emailcbrascay@nplus.gf

» Can I visit Brazil without a visa?

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Amanda
Thu, 11 Oct 2012 22:16 EDT
Visa for overland entry to Brazil
Hello,

I am planning to ride my bicycle from French Guiana to Brazil and I am a US citizen. I understand if you are flying to Brazil you need to obtain the visa in advance..as I am unsure when I will arrive this arrangement does not suit me. Will I be able to obtain a visa from your office while I am in French Guiana. If so, what documents will I need to provide?


Kind Regards,

Amanda Zeisset
amandazeisset@hotmail.com
CARLOS ROJAS
Wed, 26 Sep 2012 13:07 EDT
TURISTA
SI ME ENCUENTRO EN BRASIL Y DESO VIAJAR A GUYANA FRANCESA COMO TURISTA( ECUATORIANO ) DONDE DEBO SOLICITAR LA VISA A LA GUYANA FRNACESA.
Roger Boxall
Sun, 8 Jul 2012 14:13 EDT
Visa
Dear Sir/Madam,
My wife and I are Australian citizens and need a visa to visit your country. We will be arriving in French Guyane mid to late October 2012 and would like to fly to Manaus from there. How long will it take to obtain the visa if we apply upon our arrival?
Thank you,
Roger Boxall
Rogboxall@yahoo.com.au

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