Golden Visa in Algeria

Even though Algeria may not be one of most people’s first choices when planning a vacation, there is much to do there. Algeria, which is located in North Africa, has access to the Mediterranean Sea, which means that there are lots of beaches for those looking to work on their tan. Hiking in the highlands is fantastic, and there are numerous historical monuments and ruins to see.

Required Documents

When applying for a business visa in Algeria, you must have the following documents with you:

  • Your original passport, which must be valid for at least six months after your arrival in Algeria. It must have at least one blank page where the visa can be attached.
  • A photocopy of the appropriate pages of your passport (some consulates may require you to submit photocopies of all the pages on your passport, even empty ones).
  • Completed and signed Algeria Visa Application Form If the applicant is under the age of 18, the parent or legal guardian must sign the application form. The application form can be downloaded at the consulate or embassy’s website. Make sure it’s filled in legibly and clearly.
  • A passport-size photograph of yourself that meets the following criteria
  • Your Algerian host (if you have one) or an Algerian travel agency can issue you with an invitation letter. In Algeria, the invitation letter must be notarized at the city hall or a notary public office.
  • A photocopy of your host’s identification card, passport, or consular card (if applicable).
  • Proof of employment: a letter from your boss, company records if you’re self-employed, and so forth.
  • Bank statements or paystubs can be used as proof of financial capability.
  • Include a pre-paid, self-addressed envelope for the embassy/consulate to return your passport and documents if you apply by mail.
  • Include a notarized letter of authorisation to apply on your behalf if you’re using a proxy.
  • Proof of payment of the Algeria visa fee, as required by the embassy/consulate.
  • Include a letter of consent from the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) confirming that they approve for the youngster to be granted a visa.