Cape Verdean visitor visa is issued for a short period of leisure travel and no business pursuits permitted. A holiday visa stamp or sticker placed by a Cape Verdean visa officer on your passport that lets you take a trip to Cape Verde.
Tourist visa for Cape Verde are generally granted from the Cape Verdean consulate in Abuja or in the closest city to your normal residential address. When obtaining a Cape Verdean holiday visa, you may be requested to clarify the reasons for planing a trip to Cape Verde.
Please notice: In individual cases, you may be asked to produce additional documents. Cape Verdean embassy procedures and rules can and do, alter overnight. We accept no responsibilty for any such changes or any transaction initiated directly between an applicant and the Cape Verdean embassy.
Usually, you can include dependent children with your visa application when they are going with you on your passport. You may not have to submit an application for this particular visa. Find out more
Please note: Make certain you have the appropriate Cape Verdean visas where required which is your obligation to get hold of them. In most cases countries require passports to be valid for six months right after the expiry of the visa. NB: Having a visa does not guarantee anyone entry on arrival in Cape Verde.
Visitors should check personally to ensure that information and facts of particular importance to them is correct. We are not accountable for decisions taken by travellers based on information and facts included in this page.
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