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To go to Angola you need to have a valid visa, and an ordinary passport with a validity of more than 6 months starting from your arrival date.
You need to be vaccinated against yellow fever in order to enter Angola. People who do not present a yellow fever vaccination certificate will be refused entry to the country.
No, to work in Angola, you need to go to your country's embassy and apply for a work visa.
You must have your approved visa, your ordinary passport with a validity of more than 6 months starting from your arrival date and your updated yellow fever vaccination certificate.
In most cases yes, even if some nationalities are excluded. You can consult our eligibility checker to see if you need a visa for Angola.
We recommend you to complete your visa application at least 15 days before your trip.
All travelers must have a valid visa, except Angolan citizens, citizens of Namibia and Cape Verde, citizens of Brazil and South Africa, as long as they carry an official or diplomatic passport. Citizens of Cuba, Portugal, Russia and São Tomé and Príncipe do not need a visa either, as long as they carry a diplomatic or service passport, and foreigners residing in Angola who carry a return permit.
You can use our eligibility checker to see if you need a visa to visit Angola.
All foreign national travellers must apply for a visa to travel to Angola, regardless of the reason for their journey. The only nationality exempted from applying for a visa is Portuguese when travelling for tourism or visiting a family member.
To visit Angola, you must apply for a tourist visa online. For eligible nationalities, the Angola eVisa is valid for 60 days and allows a maximum stay of 30 days in the country. The Angola tourist eVisa allows multiple entries during this period. Note that it is not possible to live or work in the country with this visa.
Each traveller will be assessed individually upon arrival in Angola. Note that having an approved visa does not guarantee access to Angola. If you have falsified or omitted information relevant to your stay in the country, government authorities may deny entry.