Austria has the most visa-free regimes and has bilateral agreements with 27 third countries. Italy also has more than 20 agreements currently in force. What many travellers do not know is that they have the option of remaining visa-free for more than three months in some European countries, in accordance with eu-bilateral agreements. Holders of diplomatic passports or officials travelling to or from Brazil or China are subject to separate visa waiver agreements. holders of diplomatic or service passports from Algeria, Angola, Azerbaijan, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Cape Verde, China, Congo, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, India, Ivory Coast, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Moldova, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nepal, Nigeria, Oman, St. Lucia , Senegal, Togo, Vietnam and Sambia and diplomats from Cuba, Iran, Pakistan and Uzbekistan do not need a visa.  The visit visa is generally valid for multiple entries during the validity of the visa, which is usually one year, but may be longer for certain nationalities. Each stay is initially limited to 90 days, but an extension may be requested after arrival at the Federal Police. Combined stays must not exceed 180 days per year.  Brazilians travelling to Europe using the ETIAS benefit from unlimited entry into the Schengen area for the duration of their visa exemption or until their passport expires, depending on what happens in the first place. ETIAS grants Brazilian passport holders several entries of up to 90 days over a 180-day period. It should be noted that travellers from Brazil may also be required to provide additional information to support the information contained in the ETIAS visa waiver form. They may also be required to answer questions related to their health and any criminal history they may have.
For the issuance of diplomatic and official visas, Brazil only accepts the passports of entities that have diplomatic relations with it.  Applications for residence with the same purposes and conditions as temporary visas (except VITEM XII and XV) may also be submitted while the person is already in Brazil after entering with a specific visa or exemption, but subsequently qualified for a different or more desirable category. In addition, in different circumstances, people can also apply for a stay while they are already in Brazil: Here are only some of the reciprocal agreements currently in force between EU and non-European countries. It is essential to ensure that all information contained in the traveller`s ETIAS application form corresponds exactly to the data on the citizen`s Brazilian passport. Errors or inconsistencies between the information entered in the application form and the actual passport by which the traveller wishes to enter the Schengen area will likely result in a refusal to exempt the ETIAS visa requirement.