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Visa policy for Angola
The visa policy of Angola outlines the type of visa or travel authorization required by each foreign traveler to enter the country.
The entry requirements vary according to factors such as the individual’s nationality, the purpose of the trip, and the intended length of stay in Angola.
Angola has an electronic visa, or e-Visa, available to visitors from certain countries. This online entry permit is valid for short stays and can be used for tourism or business.
Nationals of most other countries must obtain their visa for Angola from an embassy, including for short-term visits.
Any foreign national who wishes to relocate to and/or perform employed work in the country must obtain the relevant visa(s) and permit(s) from an Angolan embassy or consulate. This may include an Angola work visa, residency permit, study visa, or long-term stay visa.
Angola also has a visa on arrival option available for certain travelers. This can be obtained at the border if the individual meets all the relevant conditions. However, this comes with the drawback of having to stand in line on arrival and with the risk of being denied entry if there is a problem with processing the supporting paperwork.
Finally, nationals of a select few countries enjoy visa exemption for Angola, meaning that they can enter the country without a visa, using only their passports.
Find out more about Angola’s visa policy in the comprehensive guide to the rules and regulations regarding entry to the country below.