About the Angola
Angola is a complex and challenging country to understand and engage. Combined with cultural, linguistic and historical differences, most non-Portuguese speaking countries, such as the UK, have struggled to develop a strategic approach to the country until recently. Yet Angola is increasingly significant internationally with major oil reserves and an ambitious foreign policy. It also offers corresponding challenges of weak governance, significant corruption, human rights violations, and erratic foreign policy interventions.
Time difference between India and angola- India is 4:30 hours ahead of Angola
Travel distance between India and angola – 7554.08 kilometers
Airports – Luanda International Airport (LAD)
Names of the airlines – TAAG Angola Airlines
Travel Cost-Around 65068/- Rs.
Currency:- Angolan kwanza
Compare it to Rs:-1 INR = 1.62 Angolan Kwanza (AOA)
Embassy of India, Luanda
Hindu Cultural Ctr
Luanda International School
Life of Indian there
Indian community in Angola is small compared to other Southern African countries and comprises businessmen, professionals, skilled and semi-skilled workers engaged mainly in construction industry and several employees of trading companies. In addition, many professionals and skilled workers for service at off-shore oil fields and its facilities are assigned for short durations. Chartered accountants and Computer Software engineers are also tricking in. The restrictive visa regime is a major hurdle. There are a large number of people of Indian origin who hold Passports of different nationalities including African nationalities most of whom are engaged in trading and construction businesses.
Population of Indians there
Visa process Angola
How to Apply ?
When the applicant entities (Companies) request for the first time, a visa for its foreign workers, they must enclose a legal proof of its juridical personality, such as a copy of the social pact, of the charter of an authorised economic activity and a proof of payment of duties to the exchequer.
The document pertaining to the Point No, 1 and 2 of the present notice must be attested by the Notary and Ministry of External Affairs of the country of the applicant as well as the Certificates or Diplomas of Professional Qualifications must be translated into English; that later will be accepted and a consular fees will be collected by the Embassy of Angola, Embassy of the Republic of Angola at New Delhi.
Embassy of the Republic of Angola
5, Poorvi Marg Vasant Vihar,
New Delhi – 110 057.