When travelling to Canada as a citizen of Brazil, you must meet the following terms and requirements concerning visa, immigration procedures or maximum duration of stay.
Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid for the period of intended stay.
: if departing from the USA (regardless of any destination passport exemptions
), a valid
passport and/or accepted departure document [READ MORE]
by the US immigration authorities.
Passengers with a Permanent Resident Card issued by Canada.
Permanent residents of the USA with a Permanent Resident/Resident Alien Card (Form I-551) if arriving from USA or St. Pierre and Miquelon.
for Passengers with a valid
student or employment authorization are allowed to return to Canada from the USA or St. Pierre and Miquelon without obtaining a new visa, if [READ MORE]
If a travel document issued by Canada to minors under 16 years
of age displays "Signature Not Required
/non requise" [READ MORE]
Parent (s) traveling with a child under 18 years
are strongly advised to [READ MORE]
Holders of a multiple entry visa are allowed to return to Canada from the USA or St. Pierre and Miquelon if they are returning to Canada within the initial period authorized by a CBSA officer on initial entry to Canada. This does not apply to those who leave the USA or St. Pierre and Miquelon to a third country or are transiting the USA on their return to Canada.
Holders of a single entry visa are allowed to return to Canada after visiting the USA or St. Pierre and Miquelon without obtaining a new visa, if they have not left the USA or St. Pierre and Miquelon to a third country and are returning within the period of entry authorized or within 6 months of original entry stamp.
Visitors are required to hold proof of sufficient funds to cover their stay and documents required for their next destination.
Visitors traveling for business purposes are recommended to hold [READ MORE]
Visitors not holding return/onward ticket could be refused entry.
The information provided does not claim general validity. Use it at your own risk. Data © IATA.