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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 10:06am On Jul 24
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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 10:17am On Jul 24
Please never pay monies to agents for visa documents. It mostly ends in tears.
On several occasions I've seen Nigerians been sent back at point of entry due to doctored visas, no/fake hotel bookings and insufficient funds.

Mozambique is VISA ON ARRIVAL for almost all countries.
The tourism industry in Mozambique is rapidly growing.
All you require is a confirmed hotel booking and sufficient funds for the duration of your stay.
(Please insist the hotel sends a copy of your booking confirmation to the immigration and possibly provide someone to pick you up on arrival).



My wife is mozambican and owns a travel agency.
ALL QUESTIONS ARE WELCOMED...
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Vickyme: 11:44am On Aug 06
Hi Mr bobby4345.
I would like to travel to Mozambique to start a new life there. I need help on. How much it will cost me both flight and Visa
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 7:38pm On Aug 06
Vickyme:
Hi Mr bobby4345.
I would like to travel to Mozambique to start a new life there. I need help on. How much it will cost me both flight and Visa

-Visa is on arrival for USD100.

-Have around USD1000 in your wallet as BTA.

-Check airline fare on Ethiopian or Kenya airways websites.

-Take into account the current travel restrictions due to COVID-19.

-Most importantly, you need a letter of invitation or valid hotel reservation to cover the duration of your stay.

For relocation, you need a DIRE (residence permit). Thats a different process all together.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Vickyme: 3:55pm On Aug 07
Thanks mrbobby. I budget 400k for both flight and Visa. And I have 800k. Will the remaining 400k help me start a business there or I need more cash to that?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Vickyme: 3:58pm On Aug 07
I'm planning to go by January because honestly I'm tired of this country oo
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Cousin9999: 5:25am On Aug 08
Interesting.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 11:03am On Aug 08
Vickyme:
Thanks mrbobby. I budget 400k for both flight and Visa. And I have 800k. Will the remaining 400k help me start a business there or I need more cash to that?
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Life is Mozambique is extremely expensive.
N400,000 is like 80,000 meticals. It may take you a long way.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by okeyglm: 1:47pm On Aug 08
how can one get visa at the border with Tanzania
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 11:18am On Aug 09
No so sure.
But I think to get a visitor's Visa for Tanzania from Mozambique or vice versa, gou need to jave a resident permit from the country you would be applying from
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Vickyme: 12:00pm On Aug 09
Mr Bobby can you please help me with invition when I'm ready to come?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Vickyme: 12:01pm On Aug 09
And when traveling do I need to hold the BTA on me or I just show them my account statement?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Vickyme: 2:49pm On Aug 09
And I also saw in another nairaland post that DIRE in Moz is 1500 dollars. Is that true?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 5:12pm On Aug 14
okeyglm:
how can one get visa at the border with Tanzania

Do you have a Tanzanian residence Visa?

If you don't have a residence, approach the immigration at the border for a 30 days Visa. This should cost you around N100,000.
Good luck
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 5:13pm On Aug 14
Vickyme:
And I also saw in another nairaland post that DIRE in Moz is 1500 dollars. Is that true?

Yes, somewhere around that figure.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 5:14pm On Aug 14
Vickyme:
And when traveling do I need to hold the BTA on me or I just show them my account statement?

Hold your BTA.
No one will believe a bank statement from a Nigerian.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 5:23pm On Aug 14
Vickyme:
Mr Bobby can you please help me with invition when I'm ready to come?
.

Personally, I can't help you.
Because, I don't know you.

But surely, I can help you get an invitation letter from a tour company after the pandemic.
Remember,
You will need to make paid hotel reservations for at least 3 - 5 days.

Research on:
Praia Do Bilene,
Praia Do Corsa,
Xai xai & Tofo.

I can give you an invitation for holiday in these areas.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Bobby4345: 5:24pm On Aug 14
Bobby4345:
No so sure.
But I think to get a visitor's Visa for Tanzania from Mozambique or vice versa, you need to have a resident permit from the country you would be applying from.
Also note that the Moz-Tzn borders are not quite safe due to ISIS activities
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Cousin9999: 8:00pm On Sep 16
Kizomba bump

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