General Visa Instructions:
1. Please ensure that you apply for the visa with the correct Consular Office, either Embassy of India, Brasilia or Consulate General of India, Sao Paulo, depending on your area of residence. The areas of jurisdiction of the Embassy and the Consulate (https://eoibrasilia.gov.in/?11805?000 ) are:
Consulate General of India, Sao PauloConsulate General of India, Sao Paulo (website: https://www.cgisaopaulo.gov.in) has consular jurisdiction over the following states of Brazil:
Embassy of India, Brasilia:The Embassy of India in Brasilia has jurisdiction over all other states of Brazil, hence residents of remaining all the states of Brazil should approach Embassy of India, Brasilia for all such services.
2. All visa fees once paid are non-refundable irrespective of the outcome of the visa application and duration granted. Fee should be deposited only after ascertaining all relevant details of the visa, as applicable to the purpose of travel.
3. The applicant is the sole responsible person for the authenticity of his/her documents provided to the Embassy for the visa.
4. The duration and number of entries granted to the applicant will be solely at the discretion of the Embassy.
Specific/Mandatory documents for Employment Visa:
Visa form:Fill the visa form online at https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/index.html , take print out, sign the form and send the original form by post along with following documents:
An undertaking from the Indian employer to Consular Officer of the Embassy:
(a) Taking full responsibility of tax compliance on behalf of the employee.
(b) Indicating the monthly/annual salary to be paid to the employee.
(c) Taking full responsibility to repatriate the employee, in case the need arises or before the expiration of the visa.
(d) Giving certificate that the employer is not able to find a suitable candidate for the job within India giving sufficient reasons for the same.
Additional Requirements:Applicant may be asked to submit following additional documents depending upon the case