Our Angola Visa Guide will teach you everything you need to know about Angola’s visa policy for people from all over the world, including different types of visas, particular requirements, visa sponsorships, visa fees, and more. It is critical to have a scheduled flight ticket in hand before applying for a visa to Angola.
All U.S. citizens are required to obtain a visa before entering Angola.
Before entering Angola, a visa must be obtained from the embassy or consulate of Angola. Passports must be valid for at least six months and have two blank pages for the entry stamp. Travelers may be required to wait 30 days for visa processing and approval. Additional documents may be necessary when travelling with children.
Entry into Angola
All passengers travelling to Angola must have a negative or “not detected” result from a pre-departure COVID-19 RT test administered within 72 hours prior to boarding their flight.
All passengers must submit an Advance Passenger Information form (FRV Form) 72 hours prior to entry into Angola.
All incoming passengers are required to complete a quick COVID-19 test upon disembarking the aircraft. This examination is now free. Those who receive a negative result will be permitted admission but will be forced to self-quarantine for 10 days prior to having a second COVID-19 test. Passengers with a positive COVID-19 result will be quarantined immediately at a government facility for observation and additional testing.
Eligibility to apply for an Angola visa will depend on the information that you provide, please ensure all information is correct when applying for an Angola visa.
A valid passport with at least six months remaining before the date of entrance and two or four blank pages
Hotel Reservation letter or Invitation (If visiting family or friends)
International certificate for Yellow fever
Evidence of livelihood
Clear shot of the front
- Standard processing — your Angola eVisa will be available in 6 Business Days.
- You will obtain your travel paperwork in only 4 Business Days.
- Your application will be processed in only two business days.
- Type of Non-immigrant US Visa Appointment Wait Time Visitor Visa 30 Days.
- Student/Exchange Visitor Visas 14 Days.
- 14 Days for All Other Non-Immigrant Visas.
Who can visit Angola without a visa?
Unless they come from one of the visa-exempt nations, visitors to Angola are required to obtain a visa in advance from one of the Angolan diplomatic missions or a pre-visa online.
A tourist visa is valid for 30 days and can be renewed once for an additional 30 days. It must be used within 60 days of its issuing date. Passports must be valid for nine months and have at least two blank pages. Transit without a visa is permitted for travellers continuing their journey to a third country on the same or first departing flight, provided they remain within the airport.
For detailed information on specific parts of the general visa process, you can refer to the links below to find the answer to your query. If you are unable to find any particular information, please contact us via email.
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Tourist visas and short-term visas are the most prevalent forms of visas for business travellers. Tourist Visas and Short-Term Visas must generally be obtained from an Angolan Consulate or Embassy before to travel; however, certain nationalities may apply for an e-Visa.
What to do if your Angola visa is declined
According to the immigrant department of certain nations, you cannot reapply for a visa immediately after it has been denied because the reasons for the denial will not alter overnight. In most circumstances, you can only reapply six months after your visa application was denied.
A visa for Algeria is valid for multiple sorts of travel.
Tourist Evisas are multiple-entry evisas that permit a 30-day stay and are valid for a 30-day period. You will often need to supply your passport, the Angola visa application, a photo, a statement outlining your intentions, a certificate of vaccination against yellow fever, evidence of sufficient funds, a hotel reservation, and a travel itinerary.
Evisas for business are also valid for 30 days and permit multiple entries. You will normally be required to produce your passport, the Angola visa application, pictures, a letter from your employer introducing you and explaining your business activities, a certificate of vaccination against yellow fever, and evidence of sufficient funds.
Work Visas are required for anyone who intend to work and earn a living in Angola. These visas demand an attendance at the Angola Embassy in person.
Stickers in your passport, missionary visas are valid for 30 days and allow for a stay of up to 90 days. You must send us your passport, visa application, pictures, Missionary paperwork, yellow fever certificate, and lodging bookings if you are going on a mission trip.
The Embassy cost or application charge begins at $0 and increases based on the kind of visa. If you use a service similar to ours, you will be charged a fee to conduct the process on your behalf. Check here for the most recent visa fees for Angola.
Typically, the Algerian visa is valid for 30 or 90 days and allows for a 30-day stay.