In our monthly Immigration News from Africa, we update you on important changes in African Immigration
- Angola’s embassy is open for submissions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Their STV short-stay visas can now be extended to be valid for one month, as opposed to only seven days, from either within or outside the country. It is, however, important to note that a country representative must be present.
- Namibia amended their requirements and now expects police clearance from every country one has lived in since turning 18 years old, with a temporary residence as the exception.
- Ghana now requires both an in-country COVID-19 test on arrival and a negative PCR test before entry.
- Tanzanian work permits can be expected to take approximately 3½ weeks, at the moment.
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