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What is the change? Angola and Mozambique have reached an agreement to provide each other’s nationalities with preferential visit visas.
What does the change mean? The arrangement is expected to significantly improve visa procedures and allowances for Angolan and Mozambican nationals traveling to each other’s countries.
Background: Under the agreement, Angola and Mozambique will issue multiple-entry visit visas with a validity of 12 months to nationals from each other’s countries. The additional benefits of the agreement are the following:
BAL Analysis: The change will facilitate business travel and reduce the inconvenience of having to apply for a work visa in certain circumstances and a visit visa as frequently as required under the current visa regimes of Angola and Mozambique. BAL will continue monitoring developments and will update clients when an implementation date is announced or visa issuance begins.
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