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By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - U.S. ambassador in Brazil, Thomas Shannon, spoke recently about ending the requirement for Brazilians to obtain visas for traveling to the United States. According to the report by G1, Mr. Shannon said the removal of the visa requirement is "a goal of both governments."

Ambassador Shannon said "We're working on [the elimination of a visa requirement for Brazilians]. This is obviously a goal of both governments of Brazil and the United States. But it is a process, a series of agreements that we have to negotiate to get to . . .

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