BRAZIL

VISA REQUIRED

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DESTINATION: BRAZIL
PURPOSE OF TRIP: TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

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  • VISA CATEGORY INFORMATION
This visa may be issued exclusively to qualified professionals required to perform technology transfer to a Brazilian company by virtue of a contract or agreement with a foreign company.
  • VISA VALIDITY

Up to 1 year, multiple entry. All visa issuance is subject to consular discretion. 

  • APPOINTMENT REQUIREMENT

Please note that the Embassy of Brazil in London only accepts visa applications via an appointment system. Your visa agent will work with you to ensure this is arranged / your application is filed accordingly and in line with your travel plans. You are not required to attend the appointment, unless requested.

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BRAZIL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER VISA REQUIREMENTS

Original passport. This must:

  • be valid for at least six months beyond your intended entry date
  • have at least two blank visa pages

Two original recent 45mm x 35mm colour photographs. These must:

  • be taken within the last month
  • be taken against a plain light background and printed on photographic paper
  • show full frontal face, have a neutral expression and your mouth closed
  • have eyes open and free from reflection or glare from glasses
  • not have hair in front of face or have a head covering (unless it’s for religious or medical reasons)

DO NOT ATTACH THE PHOTOGRAPHS TO THE APPLICATION FORM

Signed, fully completed and submitted original application form. Please complete online at: https://formulario-mre.serpro.gov.br/sci/pages/web/pacomPasesWebInicial.jsf.

This type of visa requires pre-approval from the Brazilian Ministry of Labour, who, will then send the authorisation to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Therefore the application procedure is initiated in Brazil by the Brazilian sponsoring company with submission of the application and supporting documents to the Brazilian Ministry of Labour.

This process can take up to 8 weeks. 

Original signed and completed invite letter from your inviting company. Please see template attached: Brazil – Invite letter (TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER)

Alternatively, the letter must include the following information:

  • Addressed to the ”The Embassy of Brazil in London”.
  • Letter needs to be on inviting company headed paper
  • Letter need to be signed by authorised signatory of the inviting company
  • Purpose of visit / detailed information regarding the technology transfer to a Brazilian company
  • Confirmation if service is being provided via a signed contract or company agreement
  • People / places and organisation to be visited, with contact numbers
  • Applicant’s name and nationality
  • Job title and name of employer / information regarding contracted company in the UK
  • Passport number, DOB and place of birth
  • Start & Expiry date of the passport
  • Dates of travel to Brazil / length of stay
  • Validity of visa applied for
  • A guarantee to meet maintenance and accommodation expenses whilst in Brazil
  • Medical insurance undertaking (if applicable) 

Clear colour copy of hotel confirmation or full contact details of host in Brazil. Clear colour copy of the printed receipt of the CNPJ (Cadastro Nacional de Pessoas Juridicas) of the Brazilian company.

Original Criminal Record Certificate. It can be obtained at any police station in the UK. Alternatively, an ACRO Certificate can be accepted. Both certificates are only valid for 3 months after issuance. 

Please note: If the applicant has lived in multiple countries within the last 12 months, a police check from each country must be provided. They must also be duly legalised by the respective Brazilian consular authority with jurisdiction over these countries, and translated by a sworn translator, if necessary.

Original full Birth Certificate. If British, this must be certified by the Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO)

Please note: If the document has been issued in a country other than the United Kingdom or the British Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies (Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man); it must also be duly legalised by the respective Brazilian consular authority with jurisdiction over these countries, and translated by a sworn translator, if necessary.

Valid proof of UK residence. This must be presented as your original valid UK residency visa in your passport / in the form of a valid UK Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) card. 

This must be valid for at least six months beyond your intended entry date.

USA – 290 

All the other countries – 100

USA nationals applying for all visas, on a reciprocity basis

RED FLAGS

Within 90 days of entry into Brazil, holders of this type of visa must register at the Federal Police and submit a copy of the visa application form provided to the Consulate.

PROCESSING TIMES / FEES

All consular fees are non-refundable once the application has been submitted. 

Please click here to see our pricing structure for cancelled cases.

5 business days service:

Up to 1 year, multiple entry (less than 180 days)

Global visaz service fees
Consular fees

£160.00 excl. VAT
£100.00 incl. VAT

Up to 1 year, multiple entry (more than 180 days)

Global visaz service fees
Consular fees

£160.00 excl. VAT
£215.00 incl. VAT

THE MARACANÃ

  RIO DE JANIERO
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THE MARACANÃ

The Maracanã, is a football stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Owned by the Rio de Janeiro state government, it is, as is the Maracanã neighborhood where it is located, named after the Rio Maracanã, a now canalized river in Rio de Janeiro. The stadium was opened in 1950 to host the FIFA World Cup, in which Brazil was beaten 2–1 by Uruguay in the deciding game, in front of 199,854 spectators on 16 July 1950. The venue has seen attendances of 150,000 or more at 26 occasions, the last being on 29 May 1983, as 155,253 spectators watched Flamengo beat Santos 3-0. The stadium has seen have crowds of more than 100,000 284 times. But as terraced sections have been replaced with seats over time, and after the more or less total renovation for the FIFA World Cup 2014, its original capacity has been reduced to the current 78,838, but remaining as the largest stadium in Brazil. The stadium is mainly used for football matches between the major football clubs in Rio de Janeiro, including Flamengo, Fluminense, Botafogo and Vasco da Gama. It has also hosted a number of concerts and other sporting events. The total attendance at the last (and indeed decisive game, but not a final) game of the 1950 FIFA World Cup was 199,854, making it the world's largest stadium by capacity when it was inaugurated. After its 2010–13 renovation, the rebuilt stadium currently seats 78,838 spectators, making it the largest stadium in Brazil and the second in South America after Estadio Monumental in Peru.

PROCESSING TIMES / FEES

All consular fees are non-refundable once the application has been submitted. Please click here to see our pricing structure for cancelled cases.

7 business days service:

Global visaz service fees:
£160.00 excl. VAT

Consular fees: see attachment here (by nationality and visa validity)

ST MARTIN'S ISLAND

  BAY OF BENGAL
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ST MARTIN'S ISLAND

St. Martin's Island is a small island (area only 8 km2) in the northeastern part of the Bay of Bengal, about 9 km south of the tip of the Cox's Bazar-Teknaf peninsula, and forming the southernmost part of Bangladesh. There is a small adjoining island that is separated at high tide, called Chera Dwip. It is about 8 kilometres (5 miles) west of the northwest coast of Myanmar, at the mouth of the Naf River. The first settlement started 250 years ago by Arabian sailors who named the island 'Jazeera'. During British occupation the island was named St. Martin Island. During the First Anglo-Burmese War between the British and Burmese empires in 1824–1826, rival claims to the island were a major factor. The local names of the island are "Narikel jinjira" which means 'Coconut Island' in Bengali, and "Daruchini Dwip" which means "Cinnamon island" in Bengali. It is the only coral island in Bangladesh.It is also the southernmost part among Extreme Points of Bangladesh. Most of the island's approximately 3,700 inhabitants live primarily from fishing. The other staple crops are rice and coconut. Being very common on the island, algae are collected, dried, and exported to Myanmar. Between October and April, the fishermen from neighboring areas bring their caught fishes to the island's temporary wholesale market. However, imports of chicken, meat and other foods come in from the mainland Bangladesh and Myanmar (Burma). As the centre and the south are mainly farmland and makeshift huts, most of the permanent structures are around the far north. During the rainy season, because of the dangerous conditions on the Bay of Bengal, the inhabitants have no scope to go to the mainland (Teknaf) and their life can become dangerous. There is a hospital on the island, but in the past there has often been no doctor.