Select Your Angola Visa Type Below
- General Information and Eligibility
- Angola Ordinary Visa Requirements (tourist visa requirements or business visa requirements for Angola, good for a stay of 90 days in Angola)
- Angola Residency Visa Requirements
- Angola Transit Visa Requirements
- Angola Work Visa Requirements
- Angola Diplomatic and Official Visa Requirements
Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for Angola Visas
- The Embassy of Angola in Washington D.C. states that applicants must apply in person, and the application must be typed.
- For those wanting to go to Angola, the required information varies from consulate to consulate.
- Information off the U.S. State Department website states the following:
- Visas on arrival are not available, and you will need to get one in advance.
- An International Certificate of Vaccination is also required.
- If you are planning to live in or visit Angola, you should allow several weeks for the processing of your visa application.
- Angola does not issue airport visas, and persons arriving without visas are subject to arrest or exclusion.
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