a. Valid Passport, which must be valid for at least six months. Recommended at least two years for long stay visas.
Fill the application form in Portuguese or English (black or blue ink). Abbreviations and acronyms are not allowed. Please put on the top left corner of your visa application a recent colour photo, and then scan the visa application with the photo included.
Other requirements deemed necessary in the visa issuance process.
The Embassy in the processing of the visa may request guarantees, such as travel insurance and others. These documents should be presented only when requested.
Short stay visas are issued for the purpose of less than three months visit to Mozambique. A short stay visa does not allow you to work in Mozambique.
● Single, 60 days
● Multiple, 90 days
Before sending us your visa application to email@example.com, make sure that you include in your email all the documents regarding the general requirements and the specific requirements (for each type of visa)
a. A Copy of a return ticket or flight schedule printout and
b. Hotel booking.
a. An invitation letter from an institution, business partner in Mozambique, and
b. A letter from the applicant’s company requesting a visa..
a. A letter or invitation from the host, confirming lodging and financial guarantee, and a copy of ONE of the following mozambican documents from the person that signs the invitation letter: BI/Residence permit/ DIRE/Work Visa/Diplomatic card.
b. The visa applicant shall provide a letter of invitation/confirmation from a company, organization or individual wherein the purpose of the visit is stated. In the case of a family visit, specify the relationship with the applicant.
c. If the purpose is to visit a friend, the invitation letter should state how long the host and the applicant have known each other.
d. The Invitation letter must be certified by the Mozambican Notary Services.
a. Note Verbal issued by the respective Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy, Embassies, Consulates (Only for Diplomatic)
b. Diplomatic passport.
a. Note Verbal issued by the respective Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy, High Commission, Consulate or International Organization. (Only for Service Passport and Laissez Passer)
a. An invitation letter from a Mozambican authority.