The governments of Brazil and Angola signed an agreement to facilitate grating of visas between the two countries, the protocol for which was published Monday in Brazil’s Official Gazette, according to the Brazilian press.
Under the agreement business visas are valid for multiple entries over two years, allowing the holder to stay up to 90 days, which cannot be extended, in each period of one year.
In addition, visas will be granted within ten days from the application date.
These visas will be granted to citizens who wish to do market research, attend business meetings, sign contracts and carry out financial, management and administrative activities, negotiate investment projects, as well as businessmen and investors. (macauhub/AO/BR)