I wasn't planning to enter brazil, but it does make you think when I read that the government there was going to grant all the illegals citizenship, that it would be less hassles to sneak in there and get a citizenship than applying for a tourist visa.. Personally I think they are angry that they need a visa to go the the US and that is why they make it so hard to visit Brazil, unfortunately they are the ones losing a lot of revenue from tourists.bradlyhale said:DA, you can enter Brazil without a visa at one of the sleepy border towns, but that is illegal. If you get caught, you might as well say goodbye to ever coming into the country legally. Besides, they could make an example of you. Not a good idea... at all.
(It is worth noting that the U.S., Canada, and Australia are among the countries whose citizens are required to obtain a visa before traveling to Brazil. Citizens in the European Union and nearly all of the countries in Latin America are not required to obtain visas for travel and leisure to Brazil.)
The visa may be a hassle, but it is totally worth it.