Australian Embassy
Brazil

Visas and Citizenship

Português

Welcome to the webpages of the Department of Home Affairs in Brazil. These pages contain visa and citizenship information in English and Portuguese for clients residing in Brazil.

Australia has a universal visa system. This means that all non-Australian citizens require a visa to enter or stay in Australia. You must have a visa before you travel to Australia. We do not recommend booking flights or making travel commitments until you have a valid visa to travel to Australia. The Department of Home Affairs will not be liable for any financial loss incurred by travellers unable to obtain a visa before their intended travel date.

Refer to the Department of Home Affairs website before applying for a visa or citizenship. Visa options on the department's website help you find an appropriate visa type. We encourage you to review supporting information in English or Portuguese at:

Applying for a visa or citizenship

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

Average visa processing times indicate how early travellers should apply for a visa. Actual processing times are subject to a number of factors including whether an application includes all necessary supporting documents, how promptly applicants respond to requests for additional information, the time of the year, and other variables. As stated above, we do not recommend booking your travel to Australia until you have obtained a visa.

Information about entering or leaving Australia is available on the Department of Home Affairs website.

Australian visas do not have passport labels. Present your passport and visa grant notification letter at the airport when you check in to travel. You can check your visa details, including validity and conditions, online using VEVO. As your visa is linked to your passport, notify the department if you obtain a new passport.

If you are unable to locate information on the Department of Home Affairs website, you may telephone the Global Service Centre in Australia on +61 2 6196 0196. International call charges apply.

If you require assistance, refer to who can help with your application. If you wish to appoint a migration agent to act on your behalf, complete and provide Form 956. If you wish to appoint any other person to receive correspondence on your behalf, complete and provide Form 956A.

 

News

Australia opens Work and Holiday program to Brazil

Applications are opened to Brazilian nationals. Monitor the Home Affairs website regularly for updates.

The arrangement will allow up to 500 young Brazilians aged between 18 and 30 to stay in Australia each year, for a 12-month holiday during which they can undertake short-term work and study https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/work-holiday-462/first-work-holiday-462

Keep up to date by monitoring What’s new on the Department of Home Affairs website and follow the Australian Embassy in Brazil on Facebook and the Ambassador's Twitter account.

 

Agents

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Useful Links

Visa Finder

Visa list

Visa application charge (fees)

VEVO

Global visa processing times

Changes in your situation

Changing incorrect information in your application

Global Service Centre

Australian citizenship

Australian passports

COVID-19 travel restrictions

Yellow fever

What you can or cannot bring to Australia

Departmental offices in Australia

Departmental offices outside Australia (includes Health, Character and Biometrics information)

Page Last Updated:  July 2022