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Brazilian flag Consulate-General of Brazil in Miami

Address80 SW 8th Street, Suite 2600
Miami, FL 33130
USA
Phonelocal: (305) 285.6200
international: +1.305.285.6200
Faxlocal: (305) 285.6229
international: +1.305.285.6229
Emailconsbras@brazilmiami.org

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Comments on this Consulate-General

Jim McLaughlin
Fri, 23 Jun 2017 16:29 EDT
Visa
I live 4 hours from Miami. Will your Miami office be able me in my effort to obtain a visa for a trip to Brazil in October?
Richard Davidson
Mon, 5 Jan 2015 08:53 EST
Iguazu Falls
I am the holder of a United States passport. I will be cruising from Buenos Aires in 2016. I wish to visit Iguazu Falls before I leave on the cruise, both the Argentinian side and the Brazilian side. I expect to land in Buenos Aires in late December 2015, travel to the Falls for three days, return to Buenos Aires and then depart on the cruise.

Do I need to obtain a Brazilian visa to visit the Brazilian side of the falls?
If so, do I obtain the visa before I leave the United States?
How far "in advance" of my departure should I obtain a required visa?
What do I do to obtain the visa?
I live near Miami. Can I obtain the visa from the Miami Consulate office by appearing in person?

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