21 Thu, Feb 2013
Recent reports about
Last week, eTNW sister publication Tourism Update ran a story on the impact of Mozambican visa regulations on the trade. Despite having received the information on the visa regulations from reputable sources, including the Mozambique High Commission in the
According to a spokesperson for the Mozambique High Commission in
Information provided by ACIS, a Mozambican non-profit business association, states there is room for approval of a border visa for travellers who have not had time to apply for a visa if they can demonstrate that they have an urgent need for the visa. However the issue of a visa in this case is discretionary, states ACIS.
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