Student Visa Requirement Checklist
Send the following items to our Spring/Woodlands office:
1) Submit your original Passport - valid at least 6 months beyond stay, and containing at least two blank visa pages, any amendment/endorsement pages in the back cannot be used for visas.
2) Submit (2) Visa Application forms completely filled out and signed One original and one copy. Be sure to sign inside the box.
3) Submit 1 passport size photo, 2" x 2", white or light background taken within the last 6 months, glued or stapled to the application form. Photos must be professionally taken. No glasses are allowed. Photos from Walgreens, CVS, or FedEx Office are recommended. Any domestic, family photos, snapshot, homemade, photocopies, and computer photos are not accepted by the Consulate.
4) Submit a notarized photocopy of your driver's license.
5) Submit a copy of your flight itinerary or airline tickets showing round trip flights in and out of Brazil.
6) Submit notarized proof of financial funds to support stay in Brazil such as most recent bank statement. If submitting parents' bank statement, a letter of support from parents indicating who will be financially responsible for the student while in Brazil. The Consulate will determine if the funds are acceptable depending on the length of stay in Brazil.
7) Submit a notarized current Police Report/Good conduct record issued by the local police department in the city/town where applicant resides.
8) Submit an official notarized invitation from Brazil: Documented proof of enrollment, legalized by a notary public in Brazil, indicating duration of studies at a Brazilian educational institution. The Brazilian educational institution must be registered with the Ministry of Education in Brazil.
9) MINORS UNDER AGE 18:
In addition to submitting your valid passport and your flight itinerary, please submit the following:
a) Submit (2) notarized Minor's Letter of Consent , both parents need to sign the letters.
b) Submit (2) notarized Visa Application Forms , both parents need to sign the applications.
c) Submit (1) notarized long form birth certificate with both parents listed on it.
d) Submit (4) passport photos, 2 for the visa applications and 2 for the Letter of Consent.
e) Submit a copy of both parent's drivers licenses.
Be sure to carry a copy of these documents with your passport when you travel to Brazil.
For children 3 months to 6 years old, a certificate of vaccination against polio.
10) Non U.S. Passports; The Consulate of Brazil requires a copy of your U.S. Resident card. If you are not a U.S. Resident then you must have a valid U.S. visa with at least 6 months validity after leaving Brazil and an original valid I94 with at least 6 months validity after leaving Brazil.
11) Yellow Fever Certificate is required if the applicant has traveled to any of the following endemic areas within the last 90 days: Angola, Benin, Bissau Guinea, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cabo Verde, Camerun, Central African Republic, Colombia, Congo, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, French Guiana, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guiana, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Kenia, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Surinam, Tanzania, Togo, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda or Venezuela.
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Consulate of Brazil Fee: Varies
Premier Gold (fastest) $329
Expedited 2 - 3 week processing $199
Regular Processing 3 - 6 week processing $149
Ship all your documents to our Spring/Woodlands Main Office:
PassportWorld, LLC., 466 Rayford Road, Suite 101, Spring, TX, 77386