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Brazil Removes Visa Requirements for Certain U.S. Travelers


Brazil removed requirements but did the United States follow suit?

People wanting to travel abroad to Brazil from the United States are allowed to enter for periods up to 90 days without a Brazil eVisa or any other type of travel authorization. A valid passport is all that is needed for travelers to go into Brazil. Brazil also extended this to Canada, Australia and Japan. This white paper reviews the decision behind this change and whether or not the U.S. followed suit.



Sara B. DeBlaze

Sara B. DeBlaze

Vedder Price P.C.

  • Shareholder in the Chicago office of Vedder Price P.C., an AmLaw 200 Firm
  • Chair of Vedder Price’s Business Immigration Practice Group
  • Broad range of experience developing and executing global immigration policy, process and strategy
  • Has worked extensively with every facet of both nonimmigrant (B-1, E-1/E-2, F-1, H-1B, J-1, L-1, O-1 and TN) and immigrant (family-based, EB-1, labor certification and naturalization) matters as well as the permanent residency process
  • Formerly assistant general counsel and global immigration director to a multinational corporation, where she oversaw the global immigration program for over 1,200 foreign nationals throughout the world
  • Recommended by the Legal 500 United States guide in the labor and employment - immigration category
Jonathan Maude

Jonathan Maude

Vedder Price P.C.

  • Partner in the London office of Vedder Price P.C., an AmLaw 200 Firm
  • Spearheads Vedder Price’s international employment practice as Chair of the UK/EU Employment Group
  • Regularly advises across the full spectrum of employment law–related issues in the contentious and noncontentious spheres with a particular emphasis on advising corporate clients on complex strategic human resource related matters
  • Firm lead handling General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
  • Recommended by the Legal 500 United Kingdom guide in the Human Resources - Employment - Employers category
  • Ranked as a leading practitioner in the Chambers UK guide for Employment Law
  • Frequently authors articles and speaks at conferences and seminars about recent developments in UK employment and immigration laws
Ryan M. Helgeson

Ryan M. Helgeson

Vedder Price P.C.

  • Associate in the Chicago office of Vedder Price P.C., an AmLaw 200 Firm
  • Member of the firm’s Business Immigration Practice Group
  • Counsels clients on all aspects of corporate immigration law, including E, H, L, O, P, R and TN visas, permanent residency and naturalization
  • Performs internal I-9 audits and has experience representing employers in their dealings with ICE audits
  • Written articles about recent developments in US immigration laws

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