Citizens of Brazil are permitted to stay in Oman up to 30 days if entering via international airport or entering through a land border checkpoint from a neighboring country under the Visa Exemption Rule.
Please note that you must be in possession of the following if you wish to visit Oman:
A valid passport.
You will need a passport valid for at least 6 months following your departure date. It is also recommended that your valid passport have at least 2 remaining unused pages for any necessary entry and exit stamps that may be issued.
A Color passport photograph
Brazilian citizens who wish to travel to Oman, Here, we explain the requirements for applying for a Oman eVisa and how to apply for a Oman visa as a Brazilian national without having to visit an embassy or queue for your visa.
The best part of applying for an Oman eVisa online for traveling to Oman is that it’s not necessary to visit an embassy or consulate.
Obtain your electronic travel visa from Brazil for Oman without any hassle by filling out an online application form. The Oman visa application form takes approximately 10 minutes to complete and requires visa applicants to complete the following details:
Details of the trip
Brazilian passport details
Brazilian citizens should check the Oman visa requirements before applying in order to ensure that they are eligible for visa application and comply with the travel regulations.
Please note: all information completed on our online application form must be correct, as failure to provide the correct details could signify the rejection of your Oman visa.
Brazilian citizens planning a touristic trip to Oman should read the following requirements carefully before applying for a visa.
It is crucial that the Brazilian passport with which you apply is valid at both the time of visa application and valid for at least 6 months upon your date of entry to Oman.
Nationals from countries such as Brazil are eligible for Oman visa application at present. However, other nationalities should check the eligibility for entry to Oman.
Applicants are required to pay for the visa online with a valid method of card payment.
Failure to comply with the above conditions will stop you from receiving an approved Oman visa.
The entire process of applying and receiving a Oman travel visa comprises of:
Filling out the online application form
Paying for your Oman eVisa
Receiving a confirmation email
Receiving your approved Oman visa by email
The Ministry of the State of Oman will determine the status of your eVisa and whether your visa application complies with the regulations. In the case that you have met the visa requirements (see above) and are from a country eligible for Oman visa application, your visa will be approved and you will be notified by email.
Upon receiving an approved Oman travel visa, Brazilian citizens traveling to Oman should:
Print off their approved Oman travel visa
Keep their Brazilian passport on their person with their visa at all times
Carry any other necessary documentation
Your Oman eVisa and Brazilian passport should be presented together at Oman border control. It is also advised that you carry both of these documents on your person throughout your journey in Oman.
Brazilian citizens traveling on an Oman tourist visit visa are able to stay in Oman for a period of 30 days maximum. The Oman eVisa is a single entry visa and therefore cannot be used more than once. It cannot be renewed and instead, Brazilian citizens who wish to cross the border will have to apply for a new Oman tourist visa.
The Oman Embassy in Brazil:
Omani Embassy in Brasilia, Brazil
HIS QI 25 Conjunto 4 Casa 2 - Lago Sul
71.660-200 - Brasília - DF
TELEPHONE(+55) (61) 3541-7363
(+55) (61) 3547-3247
FAX(+55) (61) 3543-3247