Email Application Checklist
The passport must be signed and it should have a minimum of nine months validity and two blank pages.
Two passport sized photographs with white background. Please make sure that the photograph is not older than six months.
4. Medical Certificate:
The applicant should submit a medical certificate from his or her healthcare provider in the UK, and it should certify that the applicant is not suffering from infectious diseases. The medical certificate should be translated into Portuguese language by a translator, and recognized by Public Notary and legalized by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).
5. Certificate of Yellow Fever Vaccination:
The applicant is required to submit a copy of the International Certificate of Vaccination (ICV) for yellow fever.
6. Certificate of criminal record:
A criminal record translated into Portuguese language should be submitted. This certificate should be recognized by Public Notary and legalized by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) and by this Consulate General.
7. Law commitment statement:
The applicant should submit a law commitment statement which states that he or she will abide the laws in Angola while being in the country. This statement should be recognized by the public notary, and legalized by the consulate general.
8. Contractor Letter:
This letter should be issued by the company in Angola where the UK citizen will be working. The contractor letter should request for the work visa, and should assure responsibility of the applicant for the stay and repatriation. The letter must be addressed to the Consulate General of the Republic of Angola in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, with a copy to the Serviço de Migração e Estrangeiros (SME) in Luanda. It must also include the details of the applicant, including, name, nationality, birth date, birth place, passport number and expiry date, occupation, and the name of the employer.
9. Curriculum Vitae:
The applicant must submit the Curriculum Vitae, which must be translated into Portuguese by an official translator, recognized by a public notary and legalized by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) and by the Consulate General.
10. Work contract:
A work contract issued by the Angolan company should be submitted, and it should be verified by the notary.
If the Angolan company contracting the applicant is from the private sector, the endorsement should be issued by the Body Trusteeship (Órgão de Tutela) ruling the activity. If the company belongs to the public sector, the endorsement should be issued by the Ministry of Public Administration, Employment and Social Security (Ministério da Administração Pública, Trabalho e Segurança Social).
12. Additional Documents:
Companies and private institutions must provide original or photocopy of Business License, updated and readable Diário da República containing the publication of the constitution of the contracting company and Documento de Arrecadação de Receitas (D.A.R.).
Note: Original and one copy of each document must be submitted by the applicant.