If you are travelling to Brazil it is best to make sure if you need a visa before you leave your country of origin. Allthough many countries are exempt from a visa for entering Brazil you still need to apply for a visa if you are planning to study or work in the country.
Citizens of the following countries do no need a visa to enter Brazil and are eligible to stay up to 90 days on their first visit. This Visa is called "Vitur – Tourism Visa, for holders of ordinary passports".
Padip – Holders of diplomatic passports
Pasof – Holders of official or service passports
Vitem II – Business Visa, for holders of ordinary passports
Vitur – Tourism Visa, for holders of ordinary passports
(90) – First entry within 90 days – This requirement is valid for all types of visa – Law no.
Visa Free Enter
Britain / United Kingdom
Netherlands (Holland )
Sovereign Military Order of Malta
Switzerland ( Swiss Confederation )
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela (allowed stay of up to 60 days)