USA Nonimmigrant Visa Fees in Brazil
$1 = R$1.90
Non-diplomatic and non-official visa applicants must pay the visa application fee. Additionally, some categories of visa applicants must pay issuance pay as well. Visa issuance fees are based on reciprocity, based on what Brazil charges a U.S. citizen for a similar type of visa.
Application Fee (MRV Fee)
The following visa fees apply for nonimmigrant visa application.
|Visa Type||U.S. Dollars||Brazilian Reais|
All non-petition based applications, including, but not limited to,
Business and/or Tourist - B1/B2
Crew Member - C1/D
Transit - C
Student - F, M
Exchange Visitor - J
All petition based applications
Temporary Workers - H, L, O, P, Q, R
Additional fee for certain H-1B, L-1A, L-1B
Applicants for H-1B, L-1A, L-1B visa need to pay additional $2,250 if the petitioner has more than 50 employees in the U.S. and has more than 50% of those employees in H-1B or L (including L-1A, L-1B, and L-2) status. Applies to both first-time and renewal cases.
K (fiance) visa
L1 (Not L2) Blanket Visa Fraud Prevention and Detection Fee
F1 and M1 Sevis Fee (F2 and M2 Exempt)
Pay SEVIS Fee
J1 Sevis Fee (J2 Exempt)
Pay SEVIS Fee
|Diplomat passport holders, applicants for A,G, C-2, C-3, NATO, and U.S. Government sponsored J visa||None (zero)||None (zero)|
Irrespective of whether the visa is issued or not, application fee is not refundable.