Human Resources and Immigration

ADCA's practice area of Human Resources and Immigration plays a crucial role as it is extremely important for the clients that intend to invest in Angola and live and work there on a regular basis.

We have significant experience in obtaining the necessary entry visas before the Embassies and Consulates of Angola to enter the country.

Our clients

Among ADCA's clients, we would like to emphasize the Angolan companies and multinational and international companies, which intend to have representation/affiliation or that have already representation/affiliation in Angola and need legal assistance in following up their human resources, on a regular basis.

Our Added-Value

The legal services provided by the ADCA team allocated to the areas of Human Resources and Immigration globally cover all strands related with these, including direct contact with Angolan institutions and follow-up of any procedures that take place there.

Among others, we highlight the following services in this area:

  • Legal opinion on matters related to the human resources of companies investing in the country, in light of the specific requirements of the Angolan legislation on immigration and foreign citizens;
  • Legal opinion on matters related to the Angolan nationality, naturalizations and deportations;
  • Legal advice on entry visas which are most adequate to the specific situation of the client, according to his/her needs;
  • Obtaining, legalizing and compiling all the paperwork needed to examine issue/extension applications of entry visas;
  • Obtaining the necessary favourable opinions before the Angolan state authorities with a view to examining the procedures for the issue of entry visas;
  • Examination and follow-up of the entire procedure of application for visas issue and extension;
  • Establishment of contacts with the competent authorities to keep track of the procedures related to entry visas and other necessary arrangements;
  • Elaboration of contracts and other paperwork needed to recruit Angolan or foreign workers who are to become part of the staff of investing companies, according to the requirements of the Angolan legislation;
  • Duty to impart information to Angolan supervision authorities and other formalities;
  • Legal opinions regarding relevant legislative amendments in related issues.
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