Your specialist in Mozambican tourist visas will guide you through the application process. You’ll get a detailed list of all the forms and documents that you will need. You’ll have assistance completing the forms if necessary.
Once all the documentation is in place, the specialists pre-complete the applications on your behalf.
You must apply at the embassy or Visa Facilitation Service Centre in your home country or country of permanent residence.
Once everything has been submitted, all that’s left to do is wait.
Your Mozambican immigration consultant will give you an estimated turnaround time based on the current situation in the country.
Mozambique recently added 28 countries to its visa exemption list. Visitors holding regular passports are eligible for the exemption, enabling them to stay for up to 30 days. This duration can be prolonged by an extra 60 days if needed. To avail this privilege, travelers must complete registration on a pre-screening platform at least 48 hours before their intended departure and remit a processing fee.
The e-Visa digital platform has been successfully launched and is now accessible to individuals of all nationalities. This platform serves as a convenient tool for obtaining pre-approval for business trips and tourism purposes, eliminating the requirement for physical submission of visa application documents. The introduction of the e-Visa digital platform aligns with the Mozambican government’s ‘Economic Acceleration Stimulus Package,’ designed to foster economic growth, attract foreign direct investment, and enhance business and tourism prospects.
Note: The tourist visa doesn’t provide a path for you to emigrate to Mozambique permanently.