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An Awkward VISA


Anyone on an adventure trip, wanting to visit Angola, a country in Southwest Africa, should count on extra trouble applying for a visa at the embassy in Stockholm.

Amongst papers required for an application is a statement from the criminal record registry. It must be translated to the country’s language, Portuguese (as Angola is a former Portuguese colony) by an authorised translator and be stamped by both Notarius Publicus (solicitors) and by the Foreign Office. You can read this on Visum Direkt’s homepage, where you can get help with questions about travel to countries around the world.

Angola’s currency is called the Kwansa, AOA. It is forbidden to import or export the currency.

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