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Brazilian flag Embassy of Brazil in Yerevan

AddressSimeon Yerevantzu Street, 57
Yerevan 0010
Phonelocal: (010) 500.210
international: +374.10.500.210
Faxlocal: (010) 536.955
international: +374.10.536.955

» Can I visit Brazil without a visa?

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Fri, 5 Jul 2013 03:12 EDT
Visa query
Honorable Sir/Madam,
I am a citizen of Rep. of Armenia, and for an exchange program I need to go to Brazil. I would like to know wether Armenian citizens need brazilian vissa, if yes which documents are required, and also is it possible to travel to other countries, e.g Venezuela, with the Brazilian visa?

Thank you beforehand
Looking forward to any soonest response

Kindest Regards
Mariam Tarasashvili
Mon, 31 Oct 2011 15:39 EDT
Visa payment
Dear Sir/Madam

I am a Georgian citizen and I have to obtain my Brazilian visa in Yerevan, Armenia. Where and to whom I have to pay for my visa? Can I make a payment in Georgia or Armenia? In which bank? I have all other documents ready, this is the only question I have.

Also, could you be so kind to tell me if there is any public transport from Yerevan railway station to your embassy?

Thank you for your help in advance.
David Arutinian
Mon, 15 Aug 2011 08:18 EDT
Dear Sir!

My name is David Arutinian, I am citizen of Georgia. I am chess player (International Grandmaster)

In November 17-27 in Brasil will be World youth chess championship 2011.
I will be a coach of Australian kids in this tournament.

I have request with you please send to me information.

1. What documents I need.
2. it necessary to come in Yerevan to give documents or receive visa?
3. what kind applications I need?

P.S. my email is

Best Regards
David Arutinian
Prof. G.Ingorokva
Wed, 3 Aug 2011 06:09 EDT
about visa
Dear Sir/Madam,

I ‘m prof. neurosurgeon G.Ingorokva from republic of Georgia and president of Georgian Neurosurgery Society, also this society is member of world federation neurosurgery society.

In Sep 14, 2011 - Sep 17, 2011 is 14th Interim WFNS meeting and 15th Brazilian Society of Neurosurgery Congress of continuous education in Porto De Galinhas Beach, Pernambuco Brazil. Me and my colleges we are invite on congress. To apply there we need country visa, Georgian citizens has to contact Brazilian consulate in Erevan. I have request with you please send to me information:
1. how we can apply on interview consulate in Erevan?
2. what application we need ?
3. do we have to do on-line registration on this site:
Please contact on e-mail:

Thanks for your prompt action.
Best regards,
Prof. G.Ingorokva
visa Consultancy
Thu, 26 May 2011 03:22 EDT
if any visa assistance call in Georgia office rustaveli kostaca str.21 Tblisi georgia 871511804
Fri, 1 Apr 2011 15:02 EDT
Não achei oque eu precisava, este site tem de ser mais completo, não é nada com nada
Maka Asatiani
Fri, 18 Mar 2011 09:06 EDT
Visa for Georgian doctors
Dear Sir/Madam

Let me kindly ask you to send me the list of documents needed to receive Brazilian visa for Georgian Doctors invited to participate in Medical Conference (ISAKOS 2011) which will take place in Rio de Janeiro 15-19 May, 2011.

Please send the visa receive instructions as well.

Thank you in advance,
P.S. my email:
Sun, 31 Oct 2010 17:37 EDT
Hello !
I am citizen of Georgia. I and film director are invited on General Assembly and the 3rd World Conference of film societies in Recife (Brasil) from 6 to 12 December. I am interested in: which documents we have to present to you to receive visa. Can you help me and write me all necessary information ?
Waiting for your answer.

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