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  1. #2954

    Got it.

    Quote Originally Posted by MongerForSex  [View Original Post]
    https://www.expat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=694003&p=2

    Better to ask there, their forum is more specialized in visa. Related questions.

    https://www.expat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=797621 I think the retirement visa is no more available. , I don't need visa for Brazil and the US and am not a and attorney. So better to use that website, you ll find more expatriates with retirement visas and attorneys specialized in the Brazilian law.

    P.S. Cancun terma did not revoke a visa for not being offered anal sex.
    Thanks.

    P.S. Cancun revoking the visa was a lame joke!

  2. #2953
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    It definitely is. Without reading any of the psychology and research, I think the Brazilian man's penchant for anal sex starts with the beautiful Brazilian bunda. The Brazilian bunda is a national obsession and it draws an unusual amount of sexualization in the culture and the media.

  3. #2952
    Quote Originally Posted by Kcrl01  [View Original Post]
    Does anyone have a link pertaining to the Retirement Visa (not sure of the official name). Cheers!
    https://www.expat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=694003&p=2

    Better to ask there, their forum is more specialized in visa. Related questions.

    https://www.expat.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=797621 I think the retirement visa is no more available. , I don't need visa for Brazil and the US and am not a and attorney. So better to use that website, you ll find more expatriates with retirement visas and attorneys specialized in the Brazilian law.

    P.S. Cancun terma did not revoke a visa for not being offered anal sex.

  4. #2951

    Since we're on visas.

    Does anyone have a link pertaining to the Retirement Visa (not sure of the official name). Cheers!

  5. #2950
    Quote Originally Posted by BayBoy  [View Original Post]
    That tourist Visa sounds like just what I would want. $44 is a lot better than $160.
    That doesn't work for me. It's more expensive in the long run: $220 usd for the same 10 yr period. (I go yearly.) I think the $160 10 yr tourist visa is available at the consular offices. Looks like they've done away with the paper applications. My Consulate sends me to this webpage for the application https://formulario-mre.serpro.gov.br...Web.jsf?aba=-6.

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  7. #2948

    EVisa Why Confuse an Issue.

    Official Site:

    https://brazil.vfsevisa.com/brazil/online/home/index

    I posted the official Brazilian Government site link for a reason. The other links are for commercial services which charge additional fees.

    Sometimes more information is not better, it is just more information and causes confusion.

    I am not against free enterprise and capitalism, have used visa agencies in the past for family members and even have recommended them. The reason was because the physical movement of documents was necessary and processing times. The Official eVisa site takes at the most 5 days.

    Keep it simple.

  8. #2947
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim00  [View Original Post]
    Any tips for visiting Sampa in early June? Does the "entertainment" slow down in the winter time?
    I took my first trip to Sampa during Brazilian winter. It was not slow at all, and made me definitely want to go back. Being a Norte Americano, I also did not find it to be cold and walked around most days in a light pullover, or just a short-sleeved shirt. They knew I wasn't from there as the locals were freezing hahaha! My room did get a little chilly at night, but that was a matter of poor climate control in the rooms.

  9. #2946
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim00  [View Original Post]
    Any tips for visiting Sampa in early June? Does the "entertainment" slow down in the winter time?
    You might want to ask your question in the Sao Paulo thread. From my limited experience, Sampa does not slow down in the winter.

    The boates and clinicas are just as active as anytime. Like anywhere in the cooler months, the "sightseeing" on the street is greatly diminished by the clothing choices of young women, but that's a minor thing I enjoy.

  10. #2945

    Visas

    http://saofrancisco.itamaraty.gov.br/pt-br/

    https://www.ivisa.com/brazil-blog/br...or-us-citizens


    Quote Originally Posted by BayBoy  [View Original Post]
    Thanks for the info. That tourist Visa sounds like just what I would want. $44 is a lot better than $160.

  11. #2944

    Tips for Visiting Sao Paulo in Early June.

    Any tips for visiting Sampa in early June? Does the "entertainment" slow down in the winter time?

  12. #2943
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim00  [View Original Post]
    I can confirm this link is valid. (I already had it saved).

    Yesterday evening, I applied for a travel visa at the above link. As a US citizen, it cost me $44 to get a tourist visa. You will need a picture of your current / active US passport and a passport photo to upload to the online visa application. I do not know if this is typical, but I received by eVisa this morning in less than 24 hours! I can stay up to 90 days in Brazil and it expires in two years. I was hoping for 10 years, but I will not complain about the speed!

    I hope this is useful to someone.
    Thanks for the info. That tourist Visa sounds like just what I would want. $44 is a lot better than $160.

  13. #2942
    Quote Originally Posted by ExecTalent  [View Original Post]
    Here is the link to the official eVisa site.

    https://brazil.vfsevisa.com/brazil/online/home/index
    I can confirm this link is valid. (I already had it saved).

    Yesterday evening, I applied for a travel visa at the above link. As a US citizen, it cost me $44 to get a tourist visa. You will need a picture of your current / active US passport and a passport photo to upload to the online visa application. I do not know if this is typical, but I received by eVisa this morning in less than 24 hours! I can stay up to 90 days in Brazil and it expires in two years. I was hoping for 10 years, but I will not complain about the speed!

    I hope this is useful to someone.

  14. #2941

    Official eVisa Site.

    Quote Originally Posted by RioBob  [View Original Post]
    You might want to check out this new option for a Brazil Visa:

    https://www.bronlinevisa.com/
    Here is the link to the official eVisa site.

    https://brazil.vfsevisa.com/brazil/online/home/index

  15. #2940

    E Visa for Brazil

    Quote Originally Posted by BayBoy  [View Original Post]
    How much is a Brazilian visa nowadays? I haven't been to Brazil in about 12 years.
    You might want to check out this new option for a Brazil Visa:

    https://www.bronlinevisa.com/

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