How to Get an Angolan Tourist or Business Visa (Ordinary Visa) at the Houston Consulate

Angola is a pretty interesting place although crazy expensive!  I remember reading a report that said that Luanda is one of the most expensive cities in the world.  The reason?  These guys are bathing in oil!  Black gold is the rule, and cash is king in this part of the world my friend.

Even with Angola being crazy expensive, if you’ve got some extra money saved up, there are some interesting places to see from a tourist perspective.  As a U.S. citizen, you will need a visa.  I’ll explain the whole process below.

The jurisdiction of the Houston consulate covering Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Texas.

To view other types of Angolan visas, click here. To select a different consulate, click here.

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Gather Documentation

Go to this site, and gather all of the required materials.

2
Check visa fees

Don’t forget money order in the correct amount!

3
Submit information

Drop off the application at the Consulate, or mail your application to the Consulate using the instructions at this site under “Applications Sent by Mail.”

4
Receive your visa

Congratulations! The Angolan Consulate will give to you your brand new Angolan visa. If you applied in person, go pick it up.

  • The Angolan Consulate are slow pokes, taking 15 business days to process your visa.  Just have  a healthy dose of patience, and you will get it returned to you sooner or later.
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