Angola visa requirements

Angola visa requirements
iVisa | Updated on Nov 26, 2019

When you start planning your trip to Angola, there are many things you need to consider, including the visa. Angola adopted an electronic visa system in 2018, and the citizens of 59 countries have the option to apply for an Angola eVisa online. iVisa can help you with the online application process. But first, keep in mind that you must meet the Angola visa requirements to be able to go through the process. Below, you will find out what you need.

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First and foremost, you must check whether or not you are eligible for an Angola eVisa. As mentioned before, only 59 nationalities are free to apply. Use iVisa’s Visa Checker Tool to find out if you are eligible. Insert your nationality in the drag-down menu on the left, and then select Angola in the box on the right. If you qualify for the Angola eVisa, you will be redirected to the application page. If not, you will be provided with information about the nearest Angolan embassy.

If you are eligible for an Angola eVisa, you are free to move forward with the application. To apply for the Angola eVisa, you must have a valid passport, and it must be valid for at least a year from your date of arrival in Angola. 4 blank pages must be available for stamping as well.

You will also need a photo, taken as recently as possible and meeting all the other guidelines for a valid passport photo, like being taken against a white background.

Proof of accommodation in Angola is also required. If you plan on staying at a hotel, the booking confirmation is sufficient. On the other hand, if you are staying with family or friends, you must ask them to write a letter of invitation that serves as proof that you have a place to stay for as long as you are in Angola.

To get an Angola eVisa, you also need to have proof of sufficient funds. You can have cash, but a bank statement is also good enough. Angola’s visa policy states that all visitors must have at least $200 per day during their trip to Angola.

A trip to the doctor is also necessary before you apply for an Angola eVisa, to get vaccinated against Yellow Fever. You will need the international certificate of vaccination against Yellow Fever as proof that you have been inoculated.

You also need a return flight ticket, as proof that you do not plan on staying longer than your visa allows.

You must also provide iVisa with a valid e-mail address, as that is how the eVisa will be sent to you. A means of payment is also necessary; iVisa accepts credit/debit cards, PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat.

Last but not least, you are required to fill in the online application form. The form is simple and short, and if you have questions or concerns, iVisa’s customer support is at your disposal 24/7 and entirely free of charge.

Remember that the Angola eVisa is simply a pre-approval that enables you to get a visa on arrival as soon as you land in Angola.

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