According to Angola’s visa policy, most nationalities must obtain a visa to enter the country. However, the citizens of 59 nationalities can obtain an Angola visa on arrival. The only condition is that you get an Angola e-Visa online first, which works like a pre-visa, before obtaining a visa on arrival once you get to Angola. To learn more about that, please read the information below.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How can I find out if I am eligible for an Angola visa on arrival?
As mentioned above, the citizens of 59 countries can obtain an Angola visa on arrival, but only if they apply for an Angola e-Visa online first. To find out if you are among them, all you have to do is use Aid-Air’s Visa Checker Tool. You can find it on the Aid-Air homepage. Select your country of origin in the menu on the left, and then put Angola in the box on the right. The information you need is just a few clicks away. If you are eligible for an Angola visa on arrival, you will be redirected to the application page where you can fill in the form to obtain the Angola e-Visa. It is as simple as that.
What do I need to get an Angola e-Visa?
Before you start the online process of getting an Angola e-Visa, you should ensure that you have all the necessary documents and information at hand. Here is what you are going to need:
- Passport – your passport should remain valid for at least another year from your date of arrival in Angola, with 4 blank pages available for stamping.
- A photo – the picture should be taken as recently as possible, and captured on a white background.
- Proof of accommodation – you can use a hotel booking confirmation, but if you plan to stay with family or friends, you will need to provide a letter from them, confirming you have a place to stay while in Angola.
- An international vaccination certificate against Yellow Fever
- Proof of sufficient funds – according to Angola’s visa policy, all visitors must have at their disposal at least $200 per day of their stay (or the equivalent currency).
- Return flight ticket – this stands as proof that you do not plan on staying for longer than your visa allows.
- E-mail address – you will receive the receipt that enables you to obtain a visa on arrival via e-mail, in PDF format. Do not forget to print it out before your trip
- Means of payment – you can use a credit or debit card, but PayPal, Alipay, and WeChat are accepted as well.
How long does it take for my application to be processed?
That choice is up to you. Aid-Air gives you three processing speed options for your application so that you can choose the one that is most convenient for you. Here are your options:
- Standard processing – your Angola e-Visa is ready within 6 Business Days
- Rush processing – you receive your travel document in just 4 Business Days
- Super Rush processing – your application is processed within just 2 Business Days
How much money will I spend on an Angola e-Visa?
If you get a visa on arrival, the cost is $120, paid upon your arrival in Angola. The cost of the e-Visa, on the other hand, is influenced by how soon you expect your travel document to arrive. The faster the processing, the more you are charged. Here are the prices for all three options:
- Standard – USD 30.00
- Rush – USD 60.00
- Super Rush – USD 90.00
How long is the Angola e-Visa valid for and how many entries does it ensure?
The Angola e-Visa is a Multiple Entry visa, and it has a validity period of 6 Business Days from the date of issue.
How long can I stay in Angola with the e-Visa?
After arriving in Angola, the e-Visa allows you to stay for
30 days in Total.