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    March 13, 2010

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    chex

    That is so strange, is this just for Brazilian residents or 'proper' foreigners too?

    Daily Rio Life

    Not sure! But bring all your ID just to be sure!

    Jonas

    It is for any person, Brazilian or not, travelling with children. You must prove that the child/children you are travelling with are legally under your custody - Brazilians must carry a certificate issued by an Infancy and Teenager justice that contains the allowance for travelling from one parent or both (in case the kids are travelling with a uncle or other person). They do this to avoid child kidnap, which i think is valid, but inefficient since I think the document is easy to falsify.

    Jonas

    It is for any person, Brazilian or not, travelling with children. You must prove that the child/children you are travelling with are legally under your custody - Brazilians must carry a certificate issued by an Infancy and Teenager justice that contains the allowance for travelling from one parent or both (in case the kids are travelling with a uncle or other person). They do this to avoid child kidnap, which i think is valid, but inefficient since I think the document is easy to falsify.

    Jean Andreadis

    The overcast you referred is called “Mormaço” in Brazil. You should always have a sun blocker with you.. We used to live in Santos and my wife always had one in her purse when we were hanging out with the kids. Here in Toronto we only need lip balm... :-(

    If someone called Mr. DRL as "Camarão", don't worry. That's how Brazilians mock who was burned by the "Mormaço".

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