Brazil passport application
In order to issue or renew a Brazilian Passport, you should book an appointment* before coming to the Consular Section of the Embassy and read carefully the following instructions.
Important: It is recommended that you read this entire page before you begin filling out the electronic passport form.
*by phone, e-mail or in person.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ADULTS:
2- One recent individual passport photo on white background (3cmx4cm - );
3- The original and a copy of the previous Brazilian passport. If your passport has a green cover, you will need a copy of pages 1, 2 and 3. If it has the blue cover, you will need a copy of pages 2 and 3 and also a document (original and a copy) that shows the parents’ names (Attention: If this is your first time applying for a Brazilian passport, please disregard this step);
4- Brazilian electoral justice document. If you voted in the last Brazilian elections, click here to solicit a “Certidão de Quitação Eleitoral" online, which proves that you are compliant with the electoral justice in Brazil (remember that voting in Brazil is mandatory).
The vote in Brazil is mandatory for all Brazilian Citizens from age 18 to 70. If you have never had a voting document in Brazil, you will have to complete the form “Requerimento de Alistamento Eleitoral” (RAE) at the Consulate in order to regularize your situation. This can be done along with the passport application.
5- The original and a copy of the Brazilian military document (for men between the ages of 18 and 45);
Military enlistment is mandatory for all Brazilian men from age 18 to 45. If you were never enlisted, you will have to do so along with the passport application process. For that purpose, bring 3 photos size 1" X 1.5" (3 X 4 cm) and the completed form for military enlistment. To access the form, click here.
6- The passport fees are Euro 80.00 if you are applying for your first Brazilian passport or if you have and will present your previous passport to the Consulate; or Euro 160.00 if your previous passport has been lost/stolen or damaged. The fee has to be paid in a Piraeus Bank Agency, according to instructions given by the consular agents. No other type of payment is accepted.
7- If your previous Brazilian passport is expired or lost, you will also have to present one of the following documents:
- Original and a copy of Brazilian ID (RG); OR
- Original and a copy of your Consular ID - Carteira de Matrícula Consular; OR
- Original and a copy of Brazilian Labor Document; OR
- Original and a copy of a valid Brazilian Driver’s License; OR
- Original and a copy of Brazilian Employment Book (ex.: OAB, CFM, etc).
8- If you want your passport to be returned by mail, provide a self-addressed pre-paid envelope.
9- You can also apply for a new passport via mail. In that case, you must send all required documentation by mail and enclose a self-addressed pre-paid envelope so that your passport may be mailed to you.
If you decide to send your application by mail, send it to the following address: Embassy of Brazil Vasilissis Sofias, 23 - 3rd Floor, Athens, 10674, Greece
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS FOR MINORS:
1- The receipt of the completed online form, please click here for the electronic passport application form. Both parents must sign the form in the presence of the Consular Officer.
Attention: Both parents MUST come to the Consulate in order to request a minors passport.
2- One recent individual passport photo on white background;
3- The original and a copy of the minor's previous Brazilian passport. Attention: If this is the first time the minor is applying for a Brazilian passport, please disregard this step;
4- Both original and copy of the minor's Brazilian Birth Certificate;
5- Original and a copy of parents' valid document. The Brazilian parent must present a Brazilian document;
6- OPTIONAL: If you would like to include an authorization in the minor's passport for him/her to travel out of Brazil without the company of one or both parents, please fill out this form as well;
7- The passport fees are Euro 80.00 if the request is for the minor's first Brazilian passport or if you have and will present the minor's previous passport to the Consulate; or Euro 160.00 if the minor's previous passport has been lost/stolen or damaged. The fee has to be paid in any Piraeus Bank branch, according to instrutions given by the consular agents. No other type of payment is accepted.
Passport applications received in person at the Consular Section of the Embassy will be issued in 5 days,
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