This question is quite frequently and the answer is Yes and no. Depends on which target is going. Some countries actually require that your Passport be valid for six months from the date of the return but are not all of them.
The ideal is not to risk and make a new passport whenever it is to win, after all what risk is it not? But, if there is no time to request a new look for where you can go with a passport with less than six months of validity.
Can I travel to the us with a passport with less than 6 months of validity?
In general the United States require that passports should be valid for six months beyond the date on which the traveler will leave the country, however, they have an agreement called “Six Month Club” to which Brazil is a member. With this it is sufficient that the Passport is valid for the entire period of stay of the visitors in the country. Check out this information on the site U.S. Customs and Border Protection of the United States.
In short: Brazilians who want to travel to the United States can travel with a passport with less than 6 months of validity since he is still valid on the date of return to the Brazil.
Check out the video below of the u.s. Embassy in Brazil.
I’m going to travel to the United States and my passport has less than 6 months validity, should I make a new passport?
The United States another question quite common is:
My us visa is winning, can I travel with a visa of less than 6 months of validity?
According to the website of the u.s. Embassy in Brazil it is not necessary to renew the visa six months before the date of its expiration. Visas remain valid until the expiration date, even when they are in a passport expired.
Have a valid u.s. visa but my passport has won, what to do?
As stated earlier it is not necessary to apply for a new visa because it is valid even if you are in a passport expired. However you should get a new passport in order to travel. In case you should walk with two passports.
Can I travel with a passport with less than 6 months of validity to Europe?
In the case of countries that are part of the Schengen Treaty (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Sweden and Switzerland), it is required that the passport be valid for at least three months following the date of departure from the country. These countries do not require a visa for entry to Brazilians, but it is necessary to fulfill some requirements, how to carry health insurance and prove, if requested, your hosting and have sufficient financial resources to maintain during the time of stay in Europe.
For the other countries worth the rule of 6 months but the ideal is to contact the Embassy or Consulate of the country chosen to be sure.