Brazil Tourist Visa Extension Assistance

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My name is Caroline Lacerda, and I have the OAB 227.498 bar code for Brazil. This authorizes us to assist you with Brazilian legal papers. I, together with my colleagues, give the visa application all the assistance it needs.

We offer assistance with the visa application, processing support, and all required paperwork. In the absence of a document, we consult the relevant organizations.

Please get in touch with our office with us if you would need additional details on how to obtain the necessary documentation, including the visa. Helping you will be a joy.

Included in this service


Accompaniment and guidance in the visa application at the Federal Police agency


Application for documents at Consulates


Application for documents at the Court of Justice


Filling out forms


Request for certificates


Other acts necessary for the acquisition of the visa


Banking Diligences*


*Applicant pays visa fees in bank

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star5.0 · 3 reviews

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Robert star5 · Feb 2023

What an amazing service! Caroline and Gaby were extremely helpful and knowledgeable able the entire process. Ever question I had was always answered in a very timely manner and very thorough. I am very happy with how easy and smooth the entire process was!

Janell star5 · Jan 2023

Excellent service from beginning to end! They were very informed and a pleasure to work with, the process was easy and I would recommend them to anybody looking for visa support in Brazil.

Matthew star5 · Nov 2022

The service was amazing very smooth and Caroline went above and over.

Frequently Asked Questions

Users ask this questions about this service.

  • Consultation calls can be rescheduled but will not be refunded unless agreed.
    All governments do not refund any application fees, so these are not refundable.
    Ask your Expert about their full refund policy.

  • If you wish to extend your Brazilian visa, you must first ascertain whether citizens of your country are eligible to do so. The next step is to schedule an appointment with the Brazilian Police Office or seek assistance from a trusted professional to ensure a simple process without any language barriers.

  • It depends on your nationality. Search visadb for an answer. :)


Bravisa L.

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