Ways to contact the Brazilian Consulate Chicago for passport related queries


Ways to contact the Brazilian Consulate Chicago for passport related queries

By support@click2visas.com
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The primary purposes of travel to the United States by Brazil nationals are tourism, higher education, employment, and other activities (such as parents visiting children, business events, etc.). In the United States, any foreign resident needs to possess a valid travel document, or the traveler will be deported to their home country. If the travel documents, such as a passport, got expired or were lost, the Embassy would work to provide new records to the traveler and issue an emergency Brazil Travel Document based on the travel need of the applicant.

The Brazilian Consulate-General is in Chicago, with Maria de Lujan Caputo Winkler serving as the Consul General. The Consulate of Brazil offers many services to the Brazil National as well as for other citizens in the United States, such as Brazil Travel Document renewal, emergency passport Issuing, attestation certificates, Brazil visa requisites for Diplomatic and official passport holders, etc.

401 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 825, Chicago, IL 60611
Tel: 312-464-0244
Email: central.chicago@itamaraty.gov.br

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To know more, please visit: http://chicago.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/

To allow for more ease of use and access, the Embassy/Consulate has established multiple Consulates across the country to offer its services seamlessly.

What are the primary activities performed by the Embassy/Consulate of Brazil located in Chicago, USA? 

The Embassy/Consulate assists travelers from the United States to Brazil, and vice versa. It also plays a main role in the educational exchange program, science, and technical development, arts, and culture sponsored by the Brazilian government.

What are the other services offered by the Brazil Consulate/ Embassy in Chicago?

Community Services: Consulate dealing with aiding the distressed the Brazil woman, community welfare societies providing help to the Brazil diaspora, registration of new organization with the Brazil Consulate, transportation of mortal remains to Brazil with due respect, sending and receiving legal documents/summons through Consulate

Commerce: Business news services, appointing Commercial representative, aiding the establishment of new businesses in the USA, maintaining regulation of both export and import in coordination with USA authorities, promotion of Brazil exporters and manufacturers in the USA, promoting Investing in Brazil, publishing list of exhibition and trade fair in Brazil 

Education: Publishing Brazil centric activities in university and schools, providing no objection certificate to students for study in Brazil, registration of Brazil student aboard, study in Brazil promotion activities, doing a student exchange program, giving science and technology-related opportunities, academic research collaborations        

How many Brazil Consulates/Embassy is in the United States to serve travelers? 

The Brazil Consulate General in Chicago (address listed above) along with seventeen Consulates/Embassy spread across the country to aid travelers to and from Brazil.

Address of Brazil Embassy in Washington D.C.

Embassy of Brazil – Washington  

3006 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., 

Washington, DC, 20008 

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in Atlanta

Consulate-General of Brazil – Atlanta

3500 Lenox Road, Suite 800

Atlanta, GA 30326

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in Boston

Consulate-General of Brazil – Boston

175 Purchase Street,

Boston, MA 02110

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in Hartford

Consulate-General of Brazil – Hartford

One Constitution Plaza

Hartford, CT 06103

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in Houston

Consulate-General of Brazil – Houston

1233 West Loop South, Suite 1150

Houston, TX 77027

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in Los Angeles

Consulate-General of Brazil – Los Angeles

8484 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 300

Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in Miami

Consulate-General of Brazil – Miami

80 S.W. 8th Street, 26th Floor

Miami, FL 33130

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in New York

Consulate-General of Brazil – New York

225 East 41st Street,

New York, NY 10017-6927

Address of Brazil Consulate-General in San Francisco

Consulate-General of Brazil – San Francisco

300 Montgomery Street, Suite 1160

San Francisco, CA 94104

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in Honolulu

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – Honolulu

3056 Kalakaua Avenue, 7th Floor 

Honolulu, HI 96815

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in Memphis

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – Memphis

934, Toscana Park Ct. 

Memphis, TN 38117-4603

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in New Orleans

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – New Orleans

365 Canal Street, Suite 1600

New Orleans, LA 70130

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in Norfolk

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – Norfolk

500 Plume Street, E, Suite 600,

Norfolk, VA 23510

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in Phoenix

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – Phoenix

35122 N Happy Jack Drive

San Tan Valley, 85142

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in Salt Lake City

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – Salt Lake City

Northgate Business Park, 300 W Ste,825 N. W421, 

Salt Lake City, Utah 84103

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in San Diego

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – San Diego

8047, Caimito Mallorca

La Jolla, CA 92037

Address of Brazil Honorary Consulate-General in Seattle

Brazilian Honorary Consulate-General – Seattle

P.O. Box 51105

Seattle, WA 98115

Does a Consulate operate out of Chicago Consulate/Embassy? 

There is no separate Consular address in Chicago. Both Embassy and Consular service office located in the same address

Can a traveler submit travel documents to the Brazil Embassy/Consulate in Chicago?

No, if the travel requirements of the applicant demand submission documents, they must be submitted by visiting or submission via mail. In the case of a Brazil e-visa, a visit is not mandatory to the Embassy, Consulate, or Brazil Permitted visa agent.

Can a traveler collect travel documents from the Brazil Embassy/Consulate in Chicago?

No. You must visit or collect via mail, to collect the documents. For Brazil electronic-visa, you don’t require to visit.

What are the hours of operation of the Brazil Embassy/Consulate in Chicago?

Brazil Embassy operating hours are 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Consular Service Hours are 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

What days is the Embassy/Consulate open?

The Brazil Embassy/Consulate operates Monday through Friday. It is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and, public holidays or any special days specified by the Consulate from time to time.

On which holidays is the Embassy/Consulate closed?

The list of holidays the Brazil Consulate in Chicago observes, can be found at the link below.

http://chicago.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/holidays.xml

Are there any jurisdictional restrictions regarding services from the Brazil Consulate in Chicago?

Yes, only people residing in the states under Consular control of Brazil Consulate, Chicago are eligible for services like the issue of passports and visa services.

Which states are coming under the jurisdiction of the Brazil Consulate/Embassy in New York?

The Chicago Consulate covers the following states and territories: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin, People Residing the above states can only contact

Is there an emergency phone number to reach the Chicago Consulate/Embassy?

For any Consular emergency services, please contact number 312-213-0293. The number is available during weekends and other Embassy holidays. For people who are in serious need only contact the above number and this service is only for Brazil Citizens.

What cultural activities are supported by the Consulate in Chicago?

The Embassy works to promote Brazil’s arts and culture. To know more regarding cultural matters, please use http://chicago.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/events.xml