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U.S. Embassy for Brazil - Address / Phone Number



U.S. Embassy for Brazil

U.S. Embassy in Brazil

Address: SES - Av. das Nações, Quadra 801, Lote 03, 70403-900 - Brasília, DF
City: Brasilia (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -2/-3 hours)
Tel.: (55-61) 3312-7000
Fax: (55-61) 3225-9136
Emergency tel.: (61) 3312-7400, (301)-985-8850
Working hours: Monday to Friday, 8.00 – 17.00

U.S. Consulate General in Recife
Address: Rua Gonçalves Maia, 163, Boa Vista CEP 50070-060 Recife-PE
City: Recife (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -3 hours)
Tel.: (81) 3416-3050
Fax: (81) 3231-1906
Jurisdiction: Pernambuco, Alagoas, Ceará, Maranhão, Paraíba, Piauí, Sergipe and Rio Grande do Norte

U.S. Consulate General in Rio de Janeiro
Address: Avenida Presidente Wilson, 147 – Centro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
City: Rio de Janeiro (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -2/-3 hours)
Tel.: (0XX 21) 3823-2000

U.S. Consulate General in Sao Paulo
Address: Rua Henri Dunant, 500, Chácara Santo Antônio, São Paulo- SP, 04709-110
City: Sao Paulo (Standard time zone: UTC/GMT -2/-3 hours)
Tel.: (55-11) 3250-5000

Consular services:

  • Emergency assistance.
  • Passport services.
  • Citizenship services & reports of birth.
  • Child & family matters.
  • Social security/federal benefits.
  • Notary services.
  • Voting assistance
  • Public services.
  • Visas.

If US citizen loses or gets his/her passport stolen, it should be reported immediately to help protect the person against identity theft and to prevent someone else from using the passport.

Brazilian tourists traveling to the United States require valid B-2 visas. All B-2 visa applicants, even children and babies listed in parents’ passports are required to:

  • Complete the visa application form DS-160;
  • Pay a visa application fee;
  • Present a passport or other valid travel documents. If the passport is damaged, it is recommended that the applicant obtains a new passport before applying for the visa to avoid any delay in the processing of his/her application; and
  • Provide one photograph which meets State Department requirements.

The decision to approve or deny the application will be based on the interview and information provided orally. However, the consular officer may ask the applicant to provide documentary evidence of the following:

  • funds sufficient to cover all expenses while in the United States; and
  • a residence abroad to which he/she intends to return at the end of the stay in the United States. This is generally established by evidence of family, professional, property, employment or other ties and commitments to some country other than the United States sufficient to cause the applicant to return there at the conclusion of his/her stay.

The Embassy is closed on U.S. and major Brazilian Holidays.

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