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Africa is the second largest continent in the world and has the world’s longest river – the Nile. The vast majority of the world's diamonds are mined in Africa.

Algeria is a nation in North Africa formally known as the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria. Algeria extends southward into the heart of the Sahara, a desert that makes up more than four fifths of the country’s area and along which the majority of its population lives. Much of the northern Sahara is located in central and southern Algeria. Algeria’s neighbors include Tunisia to the northeast, Libya to the east, Niger to the southeast, Mali, Mauritania, and Western Sahara to the southwest, Morocco to the west, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north. It is regarded as a component of North Africa’s Maghreb.

 

The largest land area on the continent is Algeria. The country’s rivers are small and typically seasonal, while the coastline is home to numerous bays. The Atlas Mountains go across the hilly northern region of Algeria, which is home to Mount Chélia. The production and export of oil and natural gas are the main economic drivers of Algeria.

 

Timgad, a Roman city dating to around AD 100, is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Algeria. Other UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Algeria include Al Qal’a of Beni Hammad, Djémila, Kasbah of Algiers, M’zab Valley, Tassili n’Ajjer, and Tipasa.

A work visa gives foreign nationals authorization to work long-term in Algeria. A candidate must first get a sponsor and sign an employment contract before they can move to Algerian territory.

 

The required documents are:

It is given to immediate non-Algerian family members of Algerian nationals to reunite families. Your relatives can visit you in Algeria if you are legally residing there.

 

The required documents are:

Media visa is provided to representatives of the foreign media, including those working in the press, radio, cinema, and print sectors, who are temporarily visiting Algeria to carry out work-related informational or educational media activities, which is crucial to the foreign media’s function.

 

The required documents are:

The global migration department of Direct U.S. Immigration helps motivated international nationals immigrate to Algeria. We provide expert and step-by-step supervision and application procedures in all instances, whether you wish to immigrate as a skilled worker, for journalism, or visit your family.

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