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Tanzanian Business Visa: explore the future oil and gas hub

by | Nov 17, 2021 10:00

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The sixth biennial African Oil and Gas International Trade Exhibition will be held in Dar-es-Salaam from February 10 to 12, 2022, putting Tanzania firmly in the African economic spotlight.

The latest announcement of a new liquefied natural gas project scheduled to begin in 2023 at a cost of $30 billion improves the picture even further. This raises the question of how many more opportunities exist in the industry.

The oil and gas business in Eastern Africa is well-known. Tanzania is thought to have 57 trillion cubic feet of untapped gas reserves, which might provide many economic opportunities, according to Oxford University’s report “Mining for Change: Natural Resources and Industry in Africa,” which focused on Tanzania’s oil reserves.

If you’re thinking about getting into this area or sending some of your staff to look into it, the Business Visa could be the answer.

The Tanzanian Business Visa can be obtained quickly, as it takes three to six working days to complete the visa from the moment it is submitted. This, however, is contingent on limitations.

With IBN Immigration Solutions‘s help, you’ll only need the corporate papers from Tanzania and your personal information to complete your application. Only a legally registered customer is required to have an office in the country and to pay your wage. Unfortunately, your partner will not be able to accompany you on this trip.

While this visa is ideal for the oil and gas industry, it can be used for any type of business. This visa category occurs in a number of African countries, however the requirements vary by country. Tanzania’s business visa is unique in that it can be obtained in a relatively short period of time and with relatively little documents.

If you want to do business in Tanzania or think this visa is the best option for you, get in contact with our partners at IBN Immigration Solutions and get your Tanzanian Business Visa in no time!

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