President Jair Bolsonaro’s decree exempting entry visas in Brazil for tourists from the United States, Canada, Japan and Australia was published in an extra edition of the Official Gazette on Monday. The measure comes into effect as of June 17. The measure was prepared to coincide with Bolsonaro’s official visit to the United States.
According to the text, tourists from all four countries can stay in Brazil for a period of 90 days, renewable for an equal period, provided that it does not exceed 180 days in a year. The decree is also signed by ministers Sergio Moro (Justice), Ernesto Araujo (Foreign Affairs) and Marcelo Alvaro Antonio (Tourism).