Help us to help you make the most of your time in Brazil

Thank you for taking a moment to inform us of your travel to Brazil. This survey is intended for current students, faculty and staff of Harvard University who plan to travel to Brazil. Harvard has wonderful networks of people throughout the country.

In 2006, Harvard's DRCLAS established an office in São Paulo. Our doors are open to the Harvard community. By informing us of your travel dates and the cities you will visit, we hope to help you make connections that will keep you coming back!

Learn more about Harvard University DRCLAS Brazil Office at
www.brazil.drclas.harvard.edu

If you would like to contact us directly,
please write to Manuela Parisi at manuela_parisi@harvard.edu

* 1. First name?

* 2. Last name?

* 3. Please select the best option. You are currently a:

* 4. What's your Harvard School (i.e. College, HKS, etc.)?

* 5. What is your e-mail address?

* 6. What are your travel dates to Brazil?

* 7. In which city/cities will you spend your time in Brazil? Please provide dates for each.

* 8. How can we help? Please let us know if we might be able to help with contacts or advice that you might find useful.

FRIENDLY REMINDER:
Citizens of the U.S. and many other countries require a travel visa to enter Brazil. Visa requirements and processes vary by your country of citizenship, the type of activity you will engage in and the duration of your stay. Do not wait until the last-minute to learn about your travel visa requirements. While some travel visas are simple to obtain others require police background checks and formal letters of invitation. If you require a Brazilian visa, you can apply for it either directly with a Brazilian Consulate (there is one in Boston), or via one of the two visa agencies recommended by Harvard. For more information, pleas see:
o Consulate: http://boston.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/how_to_apply.xml
o Harvard Provider: http://www.globalsupport.harvard.edu/secure/visa.shtml

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