13 February 2013

Angola: Namibians Illegally Residing At Olupale to Be Legalized

Olupale — The governor of the southern Cunene province, António Didalelwa, guaranteed on Tuesday in Olupale in the eastern Kuando Kubango province that all Namibian citizens illegally living at that bordering locality will have the possibility of regularizing their migration situation.

The official revealed the fact during a visit in Olupale, together with the provincial governor of Kuando Kubango, Higino Carneiro and governor of Ohangwena (Namibia), Usko Nghaamwa.

He stressed that fruit of the work of the Joint Commission on Harmonization Border enabled to register 1.863 Namibian citizens illegally residing in the locality.

António Didalelwa said that within three months the Migration Services will perform work of registration of citizens, granting them resident card.

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