Angola

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Kenzo Anzai

"Thanks to InterNations, we found a flat here in Luanda, and a big obstacle to settling in as expats in Angola had been removed. "

Michelle Dykman

"Now I finally know where I find the right supermarkets in Luanda to get some food from home once in a while. "

Working and living in Angola with the InterNations Expat Guide

Are you preparing for living and working in Angola? Or are you already an expat and have recently relocated to Luanda, Huambo or some other international Angolan city?

The expat relocation to Angola is definitely an exciting international opportunity and cross-cultural adventure: Visiting the landscape such as the Miombo woodlands in the hinterland, getting to know how Angolan folks celebrate Agostinho Neto's Day, or acquiring a taste for Angola’s popular dishes like muamba de galinha…

However, InterNations does not only address expats in Angola. We have brief overview guides for various locations around the world – from working in Thailand to living in Cuba.

Top Articles in the Angola Expat Guide

  • Moving to Angola

    Angola may still be one of the poorest countries, but it is certainly rich in beautiful natural landscapes! Read up on this African country, the land and its people, the climate, the required documents for a move to Angola and other useful information.
  • Living in Angola

    The former Portuguese colony Reino de Angola (Kingdom of Angola) is one of Africa’s major oil producers and has a wealth of beaches and diverse landscapes for expats to explore, even if it is still one of the poorest countries in the world. Find out more about life in Angola in this guide!
  • Working in Angola

    If you are considering working in Angola, it is worth noting that it has one of the fastest growing economies in the world. In this article, you can find useful information about job hunting, taxation and other handy tips to make the most of your working life in Angola!

Reliable Information about living and working in Angola

Relocating to and living in Angola necessitates lots of reliable information on different facets of Angolan expat life. Many questions come up when living overseas in Angola: ʺAre we, as expats, liable to Angolan income tax law?ʺ, ʺHow can I send money orders home from Angola?ʺ, ʺHow to find a trustworthy maid in Luanda?ʺ, or ʺWhat are the requirements to get a Angolan residence permit for my wife?ʺ

Looking for so much information on working and living in Angola is rather bothersome and requires a lot of time. The InterNations Expat Guide for Angola is designed to help you and offers trusted information on all issues of interest to expats living in Angola. Various topics are covered in our Angola Expat Guide from travel and accommodation, to education & children or culture and sights, up to housing & household. Such characteristic questions that concern expat life abroad as ʺHow do I successfully navigate Luanda's traffic?ʺ will no more remain open.

Are you curious about expatriate living outside Angola? Then read more about our various expat guides, such as living in Sweden or working in USA!

From colleges and universities to car rental agencies –
Advice on living and working in Angola

In addition, our expat listings for Angola include recommended entries for services and organizations catering to expatriates’ needs, like colleges and universities or car rental agencies. By becoming part of our community, you can also participate in the InterNations Forum and discuss with other internationals about your expatriate experience living abroad in Angola. We’ll be delighted to greet you with a warm Olá among our InterNations members living and working in Angola.

Kenzo Anzai

"Thanks to InterNations, we found a flat here in Luanda, and a big obstacle to settling in as expats in Angola had been removed. "

Michelle Dykman

"Now I finally know where I find the right supermarkets in Luanda to get some food from home once in a while. "

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