Brazil says it will no longer require visas from Indian citizens
SAO PAULO: Brazilian Presi nt Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday the South American nation will drop its requirement that visiting and Indian tourists or businesspeople obtain visas.
Thats a very good sign for Indians and now the Indians can able to visit Brazil without visa and as a result lot of Indians will go to Brazil for tourism purpose and the revenue of Brazil will be increased due to this.
Earlier this year, the Brazilian go nment ended visa requirements for tourists and businesspeople from the United States, Canada, Japan and Australia. Those countries, however, have not in return dropped their visa requirements for Brazilian citizens.
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Dolluidla Jaanu5 hours ago
good. very very good.
StraightfromHeartIndia5 hours ago
Shaji4 hours ago
Thanks to Brazil !! I will visit !!
Deepak MahulkarNavi Mumbai4 hours ago
It is Modi influence. Our Minister of External Affairs must work hard to ensure that more and more countries offer visa free or E visa to Indian passport holders.
Kooler SunBengaluru4 hours ago
Wow so wonderful, people who have been the will tell you the horrors of the land.
Dont ever visit.!!
Ankit Batra5 hours ago
Not going, saw what happened during Olympics. Rather visit pakistan.
Rajesh Singhal4 hours ago
Brazilian Presi nt, Balsonaro has ly offered free entry to the country without the requirement of visa for the sake of increasing tourism and to make Brazil a country of importance on the world map.
Ra5 hours ago
Great. I've always wanted to visit South and central Americas. A really smart thing to do would be for them to form a common body, like the EU, whereby some po itical and financial issues are common across those nations. A common currency, ease of cross border travel for visitors, common laws pertaining to tourists, foreign businesses and such would open the flood tide of visitors from Asian nations. This is a great move in that direction.
A Singh3 hours ago
Brazil is like India, full of armed robbers and theives. One of my collegues was robbed of everything on gun point except for his underwear. He had to walk back to his hel for 10 kms in his underwear.
Snow Lep4 hours ago
India must immediately reciprocate and also proactively extend the same just as Brazil has done
Masood Khan4 hours ago
Home Land Security and ICE will have to be more vigilant, because these Indians will be floating north to Meco and then try to sneak in. Rio and Sao Paulo is full of agents who arrange such excursions.
Vijaykumar R4 hours ago
Good , India should reciprocate same for Brazilian Citizens
Ranjan Thimpu4 hours ago
All because PM elevated image of India abroad
Dilbag RaiChandigarh4 hours ago
A welcome move by Brazil to allow Indians without visa.
Darede l Nerd4 hours ago
south america is economically weaker and socially backward than India.
Ajit Jain5 hours ago
India shining on world map ...
Kartik Sangwanhisar4 hours ago
It is a fantastic move and a crazy news for Indian travelers
nk4 hours ago
Now we will need more NON-STOP flights from Delhi to Brazil as lot people will take a chance. Return flight do not matter as who wants to return.
DravidianToronto5 hours ago
with my Canadian passport I can travel anywhere in the world unlike my now redundant india passport
Ramesh SargamBangalore1 hours ago
Hope the promising Indian football players can visit Brazil, which is one of world''s best football playing nations and learn from them and increase their skills.
Mayank Mehta1 hours ago
This will be boost for Brazilian tourism as and Indians tourist travelling abroad are increasing every year while Western Countries travelers are on downside
William IndiaMANGALORE3 hours ago
GOOD NEWS TO INDIAN TOURIST, INCREASING AMOUNT OF INDIAN TOURIST TO THE VARIOUS COUNTRIES . HOWEVER, THE BRAIN LESS INDIAN GOVT. DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF TOURISM. EVENTHOUGH, THE NEARBY GULF STATE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - DUBAI IS FLOURISHING WITH TOURISM, AND DEVELOPED LIKE ANYTHING, STILL THIS BLUFF MASTER IS NOT UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE, AND INDIAN ECONOMY IS CONTINUOUSLY GOING DOWN AND DOWN...
AlokIndia3 hours ago
Hope India does not reciprocate this with no Visa requirement for Brazil.
Arun Choudhary3 hours ago
Very good news for us
Justice F Equality3 hours ago
Indians will make this country diry. they will disappear and will not go back. Big mistake by Brazil. Even Thailand does not give visa on arrival if Indian is travelling directly from India.
TSR The UrbanistNamma Bengaluru1 hours ago
Great opportunity for Indians...Brazil is rich with Natural minerals and Lithium which could be explored apart from other business opportunities
Rupam NathMumbai2 hours ago
No need of a VISA or it is VISA on Arrival????
Lakshmi Narayanan3 hours ago
Wish tickets were also free and I''d have gone. .
ShantanuDelhi4 hours ago
So, is this a big deal? How many Indians visit Brazil? No developed country is visa-free for Indians and will never be.