Working holiday visa Brazil

About to be expatriated in Brazil for a WHV? And currently looking for an insurance for your working holiday visa Brazil? Have a look on our selection of contracts.

working holiday visa Brazil

For example, and if you stay abroad at least 12 months:

web pageIndigo Expat WeCare (1st €)

web pageIndigo Expat OnePack (CFE)

Also, Start Expat is a travel insurance which covers accident and unforeseen illness:

web pageStart Expat

working holiday visa Brazil

Federative Republic of Brazil

Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil,  is the largest country in both South America and Latin America. 

Capital: Brasilia

Main cities: São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador da Bahia, Brasilia

Currency: Réal (BRL)

working holiday visa Brazil

One of the world’s most captivating places, Brazil is a country of powdery white-sand beaches, verdant rainforests and wild, rhythm-filled metropolises. Brazil’s attractions extend from frozen-in-time colonial towns to otherworldly landscapes of red-rock canyons, thundering waterfalls and coral-fringed tropical islands.

Sources : Wikipedia, Lonely planet

working holiday visa Brazil

Informations on the working holiday visa Brazil

  • Age: between 18 and 30 yo for citizens from Germany, France and New Zealand
  • Cost of the visa: –
  • Duration max: 12 months
  • Quota: 500 for French citizens
  • Requirements: approx. 2 500 Euro + flight tickets
  • Insurance:  WHV insurance required
  • Jobs: –
  • Renewal: not possible

Update: August 2020

Embassy or consulate of Brazil:

visit this pageEmbassy of Brazil in Germany

visit this pageEmbassy of Brazil in New Zealand

working holiday visa BrazilUseful links for Brazil and working holiday visa Brazil

First of all, please find here after supporting web page for medical and security aspects:

visit this pageBrazil WHO web site

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Then, you can have a look on the following web site:

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Brazil on Wikipedia


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Legal considerations

Please note that subscribing to an international health insurance does not free you from local regulation. Our plans are not substitute for local mandatory insurances. The above data are just for information, and does not represent a legal advise or an advise.