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Brazilian flag Embassy of Brazil in Hanoi

Address14, Thuy Khue Street - Villa D-6/7
Tay Ho District
Hà Nội (Hanoi)
Vietnam
Phonelocal: (04) 843.0817
international: +84.4.843.0817
Faxlocal: (04) 843.2542
international: +84.4.843.2542
Emailvetbrem@netnam.org.vn

» Can I visit Brazil without a visa?

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Ian chen
Fri, 3 Jan 2014 03:40 EST
Business VISA application
I would like to apply Brazil business VISA to visit
my customer in Brazil Manaus. Can I send the invitation letter to vetbrem@netnam.org.vn instead of FAX due to our customer in Brazil has no FAX line.
Thanks for your prompt reply

Best regard
aupa@ymail.com
Sun, 8 Dec 2013 09:37 EST
Corresponding for Visa Information
Dear Sir,
I am Alam a tour operator of Bangladesh. I have many tourist to visit Brazil. If it possible to hive us some visa to visit Brazil. Please take necessary steps to helping this sight. I am waiting for your mail.

Best regards
Alam
aupa@ymail.com
giang
Fri, 24 Aug 2012 23:42 EDT
transit in SaoPaulo
i am in transit for diffiẻnt airline in Sao Paulo 3 hours. do i need a visa ?
A traveler
Tue, 23 Aug 2011 02:01 EDT
embassy email address inactive
use phone number.
Maxy lee
Thu, 20 Jan 2011 04:35 EST
visa requierment.
i need a visa to brazil , and i based in hochim city. i got the contacct no to the embassy and calld a hole embassy of Brazil it is not respponding for more than a week. it so bad. and i also wrote to them know one respond. thankx

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