Get visa to ANGOLA
Requirements for Entry:
Visa or Visa Pre-Approval Confirmation
World Health Organization (WHO) card with yellow fever vaccination. Vaccination at the airport is available for a fee.
Obtain your visa or visa pre-approval before traveling. Visas on arrival are not available without online pre-approval and payment through an Angolan embassy or consulate prior to travel. For the most current information, visit the Embassy of Angola’s website or the Angolan Migration Service’s site for visas and visa pre-approval and inquire at the nearest Angolan Embassy or Consulate. Allow several weeks for visa processing or visa pre-approval. If you are traveling with minor children to Angola via South Africa, be aware that additional documentation is required.
Foreign workers in Angola must arrive with a work visa and must keep the visa current. Doing otherwise risks fines and arrest.
Arrange reliable and secure ground transportation from the airport in advance.
Immigration and customs officials at the airport have detained foreigners without cause and demanded gratuities before allowing them to enter or depart Angola. If harassed at a port of entry, ask to speak with the U.S. Embassy or Airport Supervisor.
Currency Regulations: Any amount over $10,000 must be declared upon entry. Non-residents can leave with the equivalent of $5,000 in foreign currency and residents with $1,000. Non-residents and residents may also take out 50,000 kwanzas ($300). Expect to be searched at the airport and any amount over those limits to be confiscated.