Work visa for Equatorial Guinea
Equatorial Guinea has made changes to its immigration requirements in 2018, which may cause some confusion among potential employers in the country. If you have just moved to Equatorial Guinea, you should familiarize yourself with the work visa and permit process for all foreign employees, as well as familiarize yourself with the various laws and regulations of the country. Our visa center specialists can help you apply for a work visa to Equatorial Guinea.
Foreign nationals from some countries can visit Equatorial Guinea without a visa for up to 90 days. However, if your employees plan to work in the country, they will need a work visa to Equatorial Guinea. If a foreigner does not have a work visa, they will face fines and deportation from the country. Single entry and multiple entry work visas are available in Equatorial Guinea, depending on the needs of the applicant. Additionally, for those who do not have an Equatorial Guinea diplomatic mission in their home country, it is possible to apply for a visa on arrival.
Most employees will also need a work permit, which will be valid for one year with the possibility of renewal. They can opt for a multiple-entry work visa if they plan to work for six months to a year, with stays of no more than 90 days at a time. Those who plan to stay in Equatorial Guinea for more than 90 days will need a residence permit.
What documents do I need to apply for a work visa to Equatorial Guinea?
Visa application form
Copy of yellow fever vaccination certificate
valid for at least six months after the end of the trip and with at least one blank page for the visa
Copies of airplane tickets
Invitation from the employer
a brief summary of your intended position and salary level
Consular fee payment receipt
Confirmation of cash availability
a bank statement on the availability of funds necessary for living in the first period of time
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