Can I enter another country without a visa if I’m a US citizen?
I am a United States citizen by naturalization who use to live in Venezuela. I’m planning a trip to Brazil in January and am wondering if I need a visa to get in. I’m venezuelan but hold US citizenship.
If you’re entering Brazil with a U.S. Passport and a visa. Brazil has a reciprocity visa requirement meaning if a nation requires that Brazilians to enter their territory, citizens of that country will need a visa to enter Brazil. They also charge the same amount that a Brazilian citizen needs to pay for a visa. U.S. Citizens will have to pay US$131 for a Brazilian tourist visa because the U.S. Charges Brazilians the same amount for a U.S. Tourist visa.
For info, visit: http://en.brazilny.org/index.php?/consulado/anchor/tourist/
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