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Apr 14 - Brazil-US travelers will need to show bank statements to visit country next year
 

 
Brazil-bound US travelers will need to show bank statements to visit country next year

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US travelers hoping to visit the beautiful beaches of Brazil will have to acquire a visa first beginning in 2025 — meaning they’ll have to share their bank statements with the South American country.

Beginning April 10, 2025, Brazil-bound travelers from the US, Canada and Australia need to be approved for a visa before their trip, CNN reported.

The application includes providing proof of income by either showing their last three checking or savings account statements or their previous six pay stubs, according to the Brazilian government’s website. Those who do not meet the threshold of $2,000 or more will need a sponsor.

Fortunately, the application process for an e-visa can be done online rather than at a consulate in person.

The visa fee is $80.90 with a 10-year validity and stays are limited to 90 days per year, the US Consulate in Brazil announced.

Additionally, Americans must provide a letter of intent outlining the duration and purpose of their trip and include information about where they will be staying.

They additionally must prove their US citizenship and show return tickets.

Brazil is reinstating the visa requirement for US tourists, who until 2019 had needed visas, according to CNN.

E-visas were introduced for just one year before the entire system was completely abolished.

Processing times for the Brazil visa system will be an average of five working days but officials “strongly recommend” applying two months before a trip.

The Brazilian Embassy and US State Department did not immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment.

For Brazilians planning to travel to the US, the process is much more complex, and visa systems between countries typically are established based on reciprocity, CNN reported.

Nearly all Brazilians must schedule an in-person visa appointment at their nearest embassy and prove they have the financial means to afford their planned trip. The visa costs $185.

Between January and September 2023, some 483,000 Americans visited Brazil — second only to its neighbor Argentina, according to TravelPulse.

Last year, the European Union decided to delay its controversial pre-travel program for American travelers, set to begin last May, until 2025 after several roadblocks.


The European Travel Information and Authorisation System, of ETIAS, will apply to visitors without visas from 60 countries, including the US, UK and Canada.

The program is needed to enter 30 European countries, including Spain, Germany, France and Greece

Applicants must provide passport information, and personal info such as their place of birth and their parents’ first names, education level, current occupation, anticipated trip details and any criminal convictions.

It also entails an $8 fee.

ETIAS visas are valid for three years or until your passport expires. Visitors can enter European countries as often as they want for short-term stays — typically for up to 90 days in an 180-day period.

 https://nypost.com/2024/0 .. try-next-year/
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 1 month ago '07        #2
yola  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x91
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Beginning April 10, 2025, Brazil-bound travelers from the US, Canada and Australia need to be approved for a visa before their trip, CNN reported.

The application includes providing proof of income by either showing their last three checking or savings account statements or their previous six pay stubs, according to the Brazilian government’s website. Those who do not meet the threshold of $2,000 or more will need a sponsor.

Additionally, Americans must provide a letter of intent outlining the duration and purpose of their trip and include information about where they will be staying.
so they want to discourage tourism? or just Americans?

there's a whole world out there

i'm not applying and interviewing to spend money in your country

and i'm sure-as-fu#k not outlining my activities to you
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 1 month ago '21        #3
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hold up

Are n1ggas traveling overseas with less than 2k in their bank accounts???

I can understand driving across the border on a quick trip to Tijuana but catching full fledge flights with a small amount of money seems risky.

Maybe I'm just tripping though. Haven't been overseas that much. I heard some n1ggas go to resorts with less than $500 on them on twitter
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When I go on my Japan trip I'll hop on here and give y'all how much I spent in total. Ill be going this summer.
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 1 month ago '12        #4
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 yola said 🔗
so they want to discourage tourism? or just Americans?

there's a whole world out there

i'm not applying and interviewing to spend money in your country

and i'm sure-as-fu#k not outlining my activities to you
From what I have heard it’s exactly that. Brazil is trying to position itself internationally as a major player so they’re mad that the US makes it so hard for Brazilians to go to the US like they’re some third world country. It’s dumb and short sighted.
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 1 month ago '24        #5
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They setting Americans with major loot to be lined up.
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 1 month ago '20        #6
Novacane  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Passport bros like

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 1 month ago '04        #7
7twelve  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Looks like a cool country but I dont really have an urge to go to South America.

Countries need to make getting a visa as hard as the USA does to enter.

 bloomberg1000 said 🔗
They setting Americans with major loot to be lined up.
2000 isn't major money
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 1 month ago '17        #8
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 7twelve said 🔗
Looks like a cool country but I dont really have an urge to go to South America.

Countries need to make getting a visa as hard as the USA does to enter.



2000 isn't major money
I agree but when you make less than 25 American dollars /day in wages, 2k will get you ki1led.
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 1 month ago '04        #9
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visas were required to go to br b4 bolsonaro took office

when i get mine in 2008 or 2009
i think we had to show flight hotel and travel insurance back then

i mean 2k makes sense tho in case of emergencies

u will be lined up regardless of this 2k requirement
if u flashy in br u getting lined up thats the nature of the beast
if u chilling lowkey and respect the culture and know your surroundings u gucci

this coming from a 11x brazil traveler way b4 this social media movement of passport bros
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 1 month ago '08        #10
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I read about the eu thing. I got two more trips this year before it hits. Yeah it's annoying but it's whatever I'll pay the fee

 1 month ago '04        #11
dblock187s 
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Not a problem, America should have stricter regulations as well
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 1 month ago '04        #12
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 Msizzle said 🔗
I agree but when you make less than 25 American dollars /day in wages, 2k will get you ki1led.
I don't think the tourist areas the locals living there are on poverty.

But again I never been.

It's always assumed a tourist has $$$, so this new change isn't really doing anything harmful

 1 month ago '14        #13
tygamann1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I’m not mad at this. Passport bros fu#king sh1t up for the real travelers.
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 1 month ago '18        #14
antisocial100 
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fu#k outta here
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 1 month ago '17        #15
KingLogic 
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All it takes is the wrong person with the right access to turn this system into a goldmine for criminals. Mf's gonna know how much you make and where you're staying befofe you even get there? Are folks going out there broke and getting starnded or something?

Before long, tourists in Brazil gonna be walking licks
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 1 month ago '06        #16
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 StaticShock said 🔗
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hold up

Are n1ggas traveling overseas with less than 2k in their bank accounts???

I can understand driving across the border on a quick trip to Tijuana but catching full fledge flights with a small amount of money seems risky.

Maybe I'm just tripping though. Haven't been overseas that much. I heard some n1ggas go to resorts with less than $500 on them on twitter
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When I go on my Japan trip I'll hop on here and give y'all how much I spent in total. Ill be going this summer.
you had that one passport bro who was stuck in DR and had to use a gofundme to get back to the US. the ticket was only $100
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 1 month ago '06        #17
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 Novacane said 🔗
Passport bros like

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first thing i thought of when i saw that headline
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 1 month ago '17        #18
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 yola said 🔗
so they want to discourage tourism? or just Americans?

there's a whole world out there

i'm not applying and interviewing to spend money in your country

and i'm sure-as-fu#k not outlining my activities to you
thats nothing and pretty common

australia wants you to do the same and has for decades
last I checked theirs was like 10k

many countries make you provide a bank statement for a visa
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 1 month ago '17        #19
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 dblock187s said 🔗
Not a problem, America should have stricter regulations as well
you have to have between 6-10k for a US visa

every county you need a visa to travel to you have to provide a bank statement and proof of financial security
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 1 month ago '16        #20
levelup 
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Guess Brazil getting tired of American's coming in, fu#king their women and leaving them pregnant.

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 1 month ago '06        #21
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 StaticShock said 🔗
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hold up

Are n1ggas traveling overseas with less than 2k in their bank accounts???

I can understand driving across the border on a quick trip to Tijuana but catching full fledge flights with a small amount of money seems risky.

Maybe I'm just tripping though. Haven't been overseas that much. I heard some n1ggas go to resorts with less than $500 on them on twitter
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When I go on my Japan trip I'll hop on here and give y'all how much I spent in total. Ill be going this summer.
this. i wouldnt be long distance international travelling with less than 5-10k much less 2k
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 1 month ago '05        #22
bi0  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x10
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 dblock187s said 🔗
Not a problem, America should have stricter regulations as well
That would be considered xenophobic to enforce and have stricter regulations on foreign travelers.

I planned on traveling to Brazil in 2025 will probably still go since it chance they’ll fall back on the visa requirements.
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 1 month ago '08        #23
LevelHeaded 
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damn, i gotta learn spanish and visit there before this deadline cuz i aint never comin after
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 1 month ago '06        #24
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 KingLogic said 🔗
All it takes is the wrong person with the right access to turn this system into a goldmine for criminals. Mf's gonna know how much you make and where you're staying befofe you even get there? Are folks going out there broke and getting starnded or something?

Before long, tourists in Brazil gonna be walking licks
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if you an western tourist, they are already assuming this. you are already a potential lick just being there if you are being too flashy

 1 month ago '06        #25
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 LevelHeaded said 🔗
damn, i gotta learn spanish and visit there before this deadline cuz i aint never comin after
portuguese*
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