Working Hours

Mondays ~ Fridays
9:30~13:00 _ 14:00~16:00

The Consular Section is closed to the public on weekends and on national holidays of the Republic of Angola and Japan.
Please check the HOLIDAY CALENDAR before planning your visit to the Consular Sector.

Payment Method for Consular Fees

All consular fees must be paid by bank transfer to the following account:

Bank: Mitsubishi UFJ
Branch: Honten
Branch Number: 001
Account Number: 7264569 (Futsu)
Account Name: Angola Kyowakoku Taishikan

Note: The applicant’s name must be on the bank payment slip which is required to be presented when applying for the visa.
Consular fees are not refundable under any circumstances.

Authentication of Documents

※All documents to be authenticated by the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Angola in Japan need first to be authenticated by a Public Notary and the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs of Japan.

※A Portuguese language translation by a professional translator is required for all documents to be submitted in the Republic of Angola. Please note that a translation is not necessary for the Police Clearance Certificate as it must be submitted to the Consular Section in the envelope sealed by the issuing authority.

※Documents not issued in Japan must be authenticated in the Angolan Diplomatic Mission located in the country of origin.

Authentication Requirements:

  • A letter addressed to the Consular Section, explaining the purpose of the document to be authenticated (In Portuguese or English);
  • The document to be authenticated (original and color copy in A4 size of all pages).
  • Copy of passport of the applicant for Power of Attorney

Fees: 5,000 yen

Processing time: Documents submitted on Mondays and Tuesdays will usually be ready for pick up on Fridays of the same week. However, it may take longer in some cases.

Consular Registration

Required Documents

  • A properly filled-out form with black pen;
  • Original and Photocopy of the Angolan Identity Card;
  • Original and Photocopy of the Passaport;
  • Resident Card of Japan (Zairyu Card);
  • One passport-size photograph.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All Consular registrations must be done in person.

Fee: Free

Military Registration

All Angolan male Citizens aged between 18 and 45 who have no undergone military registration are summoned to report to the Consular Sector to regularize their military status. Military registration is a registration process that occurs annually for all male citizens in the year they turn 18, allowing the Armed Forces to determine and maintain control over acceptable reserves for the regular and quantitative renewal of their personel.

Required Documents:

  • Original and photocopy of personal document (Birth Certificate, National Identification Card ou Passaporte);
  •  4 (four) passport-sized photographs;
  •  School statement, translated and authenticated, in case of a student;
  • Work statement, translated and authenticated, in case of an employed individual;
  •  Certificate of residence in Japan (Juminhyo) accompanied by its official translation in Portuguese and authenticated by the Notarial Office and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of this County;
  • Original and photocopy of the Consular Registration Card.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All documents must be accompanied by their respective photocopies. Please refer to the Announcements Section for information on the Ministry of National Defense’s dispatch regarding military registration.

Fee: Free

Requirements for Issuance of Passport

First Time:

  • Consular Registration;
  • Original and Photocopy of a valid National ID (B.I.);
  • Tree (3) current passport-sized photographs;
  • Current Certificate of Residence;;
  • Properly filled out Form, Cover and Report.


  • Consular Registration;
  • Original and Photocopy of a valid National ID (B.I.);
  • Tree (3) current passport-sized photographs;
  • Properly filled out Form, Cover and Report.

Fee: 10,918 yen


  • The application fo obtaining an Ordinary Passport for individuals under 18 years old or incapacitated, in addition to the mentioned documents above, must also be accompanied by a letter of responsibility from the parent, guardia or legal representative exercising parental authority, accompanied by a photocopy of their respective National ID/
  • Making false statements is punishable under the law;
  • The passport issuance process must be done in person for fingerprinting;
  • The form must be filled out in person with a black pen.

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