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  • Vietnam - Brazil relations

Vietnam established diplomatic relations with Brazil on May 8th, 1989. Vietnam opened its Consulate General in Sao Paolo (January, 1998) and upgraded to the level of Embassy (August, 2000). Brazil established its Embassy in Hanoi in September, 1994, being the first Latin American country to open an Embassy in Hanoi.

Vietnamese high level delegations’ visits to Brazil have conducted by President Le Duc Anh (October, 1995), President Tran Duc Luong (November, 2004), National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Van An (March, 2006), Secretary General Nong Duc Manh (May, 2007) as well as other delegations headed by Vice-Prime Ministers, Ministers and Deputy Ministers of different Ministries and agencies.

Vietnam and Brazil signed MOU on political consultation on matters of mutual interest between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs (October, 1995); Agreement on Cultural Cooperation (October, 2003), Agreement on the finalization of the bilateral negotiations of Vietnam's admission to the WTO (November, 2004) and Agreement on Health and Medical Sciences Cooperation (May 2007).

Although the bilateral trade volume has lately seen a rapid growth, it is yet commensurate with the huge potentials that lie ahead. The two way trade turnover amounted to $75 million in 2004; in 2005, it reached $ 113.8 million and $ 204 million in 2006. Vietnam 's main exports to Brazil include coal, rice, garment, footwear, tires, bicycles and motors, coconut mats, wooden products, electronics and handicrafts. Vietnam 's main imports are wheat, soybean oil, animal food, steel, paper pulp, eucalyptus and leather.

  • How Brazilian citizens apply for Vietnam visa?


Vietnam Immigration policy regulates that all Brazil passport holders need to apply for Vietnam visa before entering the countries. From Brazil, you can get a visa to Vietnam by two 2 options:

1. Get Vietnam visa on arrival easily at lower cost:
Visa on arrival is beneficial for those who live far away from the Vietnamese embassies and do not wish to send their passports away by postal mail.
- Issuing unit: Vietnam Immigration Department
- Processing time: 1 to 2 working days
- No passport sendoff required
- How it works? You go online at, fill in the secured form, and just wait 36 hour to 2 working days (normal service) or within 1 working day (urgent service) to get your Visa Approval Letter via email. Taking this letter of approval, your passport, 2 photos and US$25 (for single entry)/ US$50 (for multiple entry) as stamping fee to get your visa at airport. Further information, please visit application process.

2. Get Vietnam entry visa at Vietnam Embassy in Brazil:
- Issuing unit: Vietnam Embassy
- Processing time: 4 to 5 working days
- Your original passport required

Vietnamese Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil Brazil
SHIS QI 09 Conj. 10 Casa 1, Lago Sul
CEP: 71.615-070 Brasilia/DF
City: Brasilia
Phone: 55 61 33645876
Fax: 55 61 33645836

However, visa getting at Vietnam Embassy tends to consume more time and money. There are a lot of our clients choose applying for Vietnam visa online to avoid bureaucratic barriers and nuisance there. To get more information about the Vietnam visa on arrival, please refer to Vietnam visa on arrival and FAQs page.
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