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Just to let cruisers know as we look forward to our Holland America trip this Nov.around the horn you do need a visa for Brazil and the district embassy will e-mail the forms. You can go there in person with ALL the info.You do need a yellow fever shot for Rio.
FYI.
J.J.W.

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    BRAZIL - *Passport and visa required. Tourist visas are issued within 24 hours if the applicant submits in person. Visas valid for multiple entries within 5 years from date of first entry for a stay of up to 90 days (renewable for the same length of stay by the Federal Police in Brazil), requires 1 application form, 1 passport size photo, and proof of onward/return transportation. There is a processing fee of $100 for tourist. There is a $10 service fee for applications sent by mail, or by anyone other than applicant. Provide SASE for return of passport by mail. Minors (under 18) traveling alone, with one parent or with a third party, must present written authorization by the absent parent(s) or legal guardian, specifically granting permission to travel alone, with one parent or with a third party. This authorization must be notarized, authenticated by the Brazilian Embassy or Consulate, and translated into Portuguese. For information about business visas, contact the Brazilian Embassy (Consular Section), 3009 Whitehaven St., NW, Washington, DC 20008 (202/238-2828) or nearest Consulate: CA (323/651-2664 or 415/981-8170), FL (305/285-6200), IL (312/464-0244), MA (617/542-4000), NY (917/777-7777) or TX (713/961-3063). Internet: www.brasilemb.org

    This is the from website
    http://travel.state.gov/foreignentryreqs.html#b

    Also, if you are going to fly in or out of Chile, there is a $100 fee at the airport, and it must be in US $$$, and is then good for the life of your passport.

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