Angola e-Visa

Angola e-visa is a travel document that allows a holder to visit and stay in the country for a short period of time. An e-visa holder enjoys all the rights of a traditional paper or stamp visa.

The only difference between a traditional visa and an e-visa is that Angola electronic visa is faster and more convenient. You don’t need to visit Angola embassies or consular missions. An e-visa is designed to make the visa application process streamlined. So, you can apply for an Angola visa online from the comfort of your home!

Types of Angola e-Visas

All applicants are required to have an official travel document to enter Angola - unless they are from visa-exempt countries! Angola offers different types of e-visas, including:

Tourist e-Visa

An applicant who wants to enter Angola for tourism and leisure purposes is required to have an Angola tourist e-visa. Fortunately, foreign nationals can get an online tourist visa.

You can either apply for a single-entry tourist visa or a travel document that stays valid for multiple entries. Both variations are valid for 30 days.

Required Documents

To get an Angola tourist visa, applicants must fulfill some visa requirements. You'll need a few documents, including:

  • Valid Passport - A passport with at least 3 months of validity remaining with 2 blank pages.

  • Itinerary - A copy of a return ticket or a detailed itinerary for the duration of your trip.

  • Passport-Type Photograph - You'll need to provide your photograph with white background. It's recommended to upload a passport-style photograph taken within the last 6 months.

  • Proof of Funds - You can use an income certificate or bank statement as proof of funds.

  • Proof of Accommodation - A copy of hotel reservations and other lodgings.

  • Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate - A copy of the international vaccination certificate for yellow fever.

You might need a few additional documents depending on your citizenship!

Business e-Visa

Alternatively, if you want to enter Angola for professional and commercial activities, you must apply for a business e-visa. A business e-visa allows a holder to stay in the country for 30 days. Still, you can get both single-entry and multiple-entry business visas valid for 30 days!

Foreign citizens can get a business e-visa to enter Angola to attend business meetings, seminars, and conferences. You can even get this travel document to enroll in a short-term training program.

Required Documents

Just like a tourist visa, applicants must fulfill some visa requirements to get a business e-visa. You'll need the following documents to apply for an Angola e-visa for business purposes:

  • Valid passport

  • Photograph

  • Proof of funds

  • Proof of accommodation

  • Business invitation letter

  • Business card

  • Itinerary

Besides these, you might need some additional documents depending on your country. So, make sure to visit VisaHQ and check visa requirements specific to your country!

Angola e-Visa Application Process

Compared to a regular visa, most foreigners prefer the Angola online visa as it is more convenient and faster. To get your e-visa, all you need to do is visit VisaHQ and follow the following 3 simple steps:

Visa Application Form

The first step is to complete the Angola e-visa application form. To do so, you'll need to provide personal, contact, travel, and passport details, including:

  • Name and surname

  • Nationality

  • Date of birth

  • Email address

  • Phone number

  • Travel plans

  • Passport number

  • Passport issue and expiry dates

The Angola visa application form is the most important thing! If there are errors or mistakes in your online form, your application will be delayed or denied. Therefore, it's recommended to put extra effort while filling out your online application!

Visa Service Fee

The next step is to pay the visa fee. While some nationals don't need to pay the embassy fee, they are still required to pay the visa service fee. As this entire process is online, you can use online payment methods, such as debit cards and credit cards!

The visa fee should be paid at the airport upon arrival in Angola!

Processing Time

The final step is to submit your application with supporting documents. Afterward, you'll need to wait for a few days. The average processing time for an Angola e-visa is 5-7 business days. However, due to secondary checks, you might need to wait a little longer.

Upon approval, you'll get your e-visa via email. Keep in mind that an e-visa does not guarantee your entry into Angola. The final decision will be made by the immigration officer. So, make sure you fulfill all the entry requirements as well while traveling to the country.

Moreover, it's recommended to get a COVID-19 vaccination before traveling to Angola to avoid self-isolation!

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