The Angolan Consulate in London only accepts applications on Mondays and Tuesdays and collections are only on Thursdays and Fridays.
The visa will be issued after Government approval in Luanda which can take up to 2 months.
Applicants wishing to withdraw a passport once lodged should be aware that they may face delays of up to 1 month. We recommend that holders of UK passports apply for a 2nd passport to allow for travel elsewhere in the meantime.
The Consular Services will not be responsible for the loss of your travel arrangements should the consultation takes longer than expected. Most visas do not require the purchase of an airline ticket to acquire a visa but only a reservation or itinerary.
How To Apply:
The Visa Application Forms, have to be completed on-line. These applications change very frequently, so it is best to get the latest forms from us.
Our Application Pack contains a Document Check list.
1. We send you on-line links to these documents.
2. You complete the application on-line.
3. Print out the application.
4. Sign it.
5. Send it to us with all your supporting documents.
6. Pay the Fee on-line (details are in the Application Pack).
A visa is an officially approved document issued by authorised bodies for the government, in accordance with the laws of the country, to foreign citizens applying to enter, leave or transit through the country. In line with international law and practice, any sovereign state is entitled to make its own decisions as to whether to allow a foreign citizen to enter or leave its borders, and to issue or refuse to issue a visa, or to revoke an issued visa according to its own laws.
Based on these laws and regulations, Embassy Consular officials may decide on the type of visa, number of entries, validity period and duration of stay, and may also refuse a visa application or revoke an issued visa.
All visa fees once paid are non-refundable irrespective of the outcome of the visa application and duration granted
WHAT TYPE OF VISA?
Visitor Business Visa:
The Work visa is granted to foreign citizens who obtain a contract of temporary employment in the interest of the State or on behalf of an Angolan Chartered Company.
The visa must be used within 60 days after its issuance and is valid for 12 months stay in Angola and it can be extended twice. It entitles the holder to multiple entries and to engage solely in the professional activity for which the visa was issued for and to work only for the employer whom requested it. Companions/family members must apply for a Temporary Stay Visa.
Ordinary Visa :
Family affairs, holidays, business contacts, meetings, conferences and charity or religious events.
Tourist Visa :
The Tourist Visa is issued to foreign citizens legally residing in the UK who wish to enter the Republic of Angola for recreational, sporting or cultural visit.
Please contact us for the latest Application Pack.
Office - 0203 598 7413
Eric - +44 (0) 7881 943324
THE FEE ?
Tourist Visa: Can take up to 1 month and costs £142.00
Business Visa: Can take up to 2 months and costs £402.00
In almost all cases the Embassy charges a fee. If we handle your application, we charge an additional fee in return for providing advice on the requirements, taking responsibility for ensuring that your documentation is correct, and sending a courier to queue up on your behalf to obtain the visa.
The fee can be paid on-line. Full details are provided in our Application Pack
GETTING YOUR DOCUMENTS TO NEXUS VISAS
QUICK DOCUMENT CHECK LIST
Please note that the list of requirements provided here is a summary only, additional documentation could be requested by the Embassy.
Passport Photo’s -
Proof of UK Residency -
Proof of Funds -
Proof of Employment -
Proof of Travel -
Proof of Accommodation -
Travel Insurance -
Travel Itinerary -
Business Visa -
Original, signed passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
2 x Passport photographs.
UKBA Biometric Card or Visa in your passport.
This should be valid for a minimum of three months after the date of your return from your holiday destination.
Copy of a last 3 months bank statement showing proof of sufficient funds for your entire period whilst you are away.
A recent letter from your employer/school (on business letterhead, with contact details), stating that a leave of absence has been granted and that you will be returning to your current job.
A letter from your accountant or bank manager or
A copy of your business license and tax return.
Retired or Un-Employed.
Submit proof that you have sufficient funds i.e. proof of your retirement fund or travellers cheques to cover your expenses whilst abroad.
Confirmation of your return flights to and from the UK.
Confirmed hotel reservations issued directly from the hotel – and must have the names of all guests.
Travel Insurance Certificate showing that you are covered for the entire trip.
Ask us for a template.
Letter of invitation from an Angolan registered Company addressed to the Consular Section of the Embassy of Angola in the UK, with copy to the Office of Migration and Foreigners requesting the visa and must contain the following data of the applicant: Full Name, nationality, date of birth, passport number and expiring date, profession and function to perform. Copy sent to the Consular Section by e-mail in PDF or TIFF format to email@example.com. (Helpful advice: when sending an invitation letter by e-mail, write the applicant’s name in the subject field. It is not necessary to write any messages unless it is absolute necessary);
CONTACT US FOR A BUSINESS LETTER TEMPLATE
INCORRECT DOCUMENTATION MAY RESULT IN YOUR VISA APPLICATION BEING REJECTED. PLEASE READ OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR FURTHER CLARIFICATION.
Please be aware, the Embassy has very strict standards. To support your application you must provide any documents that prove you are settled in the UK and your intention is to return to the UK.
An application will be refused and the traveller will be banned from entering Angola for 10 years if he/she uses a false document, lie or deny relevant information. The ban applies if Angolan immigration laws are violated. Travellers who produce a travel document or a false passport to the Angolan immigration authorities be for him/her and/or their children are committing a crime. Persons found guilty of this crime can be sentenced to a sentence of two years imprisonment or a fine (or both).
Visitors remaining in Angola beyond their authorised visa duration are subject to overstaying penalties (US$200,00 per day) and will have extremely difficulties to obtain another visa in the future.
Travellers whose international immunization cards do not show inoculations against yellow fever within the past ten years may be subject to exclusion, on-the-spot vaccination, and/or heavy fines. It is illegal to carry local currency out of Angola and anyone attempting to carry local currency out of Angola will have this currency confiscated by customs officers.