Immigrate to Sudan
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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.

Sudan is a country located in the northeastern part of Africa, and the capital city is Khartoum. Since ancient times, the Sudan region has been an arena for interaction between the cultural traditions of Africa and the Mediterranean world.


Khartoum (the capital) is located roughly in the country’s center. It is part of the most significant area in Sudan and is the center of commerce and government. Sudan consists mainly of vast plains and plateaus drained by the Nile River and its tributaries.


The economy of Sudan is primarily based on oil production. The country has vast mineral deposits, which add to the export opportunities. Sudan exports oil to its main partners, the UAE, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia.

Sudan has a strong economy, providing various occupations and employment to people looking to move to any country for a better living. Sudan’s primary industries include oil, cotton ginning, textiles, cement, and edible oils.


Foreign nationals intending to work in the country require a permit to work here. The employer or sponsor should do this in Sudan at the Interior Ministry.


The process involved in applying for a work permit is as follows:

The applicant then gets a financial receipt showing the work permit fees. The work permit must be signed, approved, and stamped by the manager of the labor department.

Once people have settled in Sudan, they wish to live with their families and make them live better. Sudan is a source, transit, and destination country at the center of several migration routes. It has also been a temporary and long-term host country for a large population of migrants across the African continent.


The applicant who is applying for family immigration should submit the following documents;

Sudan has a diverse range of significant industries, which provides opportunities for many people to do their own business. In 2020, Sudan was ranked 171 out of 190 for ease of doing business by the World Bank’s Doing Business Report. It has tremendous economic potential and vast gold and oil gas reserves. The citizens of Sudan rely on agriculture and oil fields for business.


Before starting a business, it must be registered with the chamber of commerce to obtain tax clearance and conduct certain commercial operations. The certificate of incorporation is needed to register with the Chamber of Commerce. The person applying for business immigration must have a passport, photos, and other necessary documentation.

The global immigration affairs branch of Direct U.S. Immigration has always facilitated and is still enabling ambitious foreign nationals to immigrate to Sudan and other African countries.


Whether you intend to operate a business in Sudan, reunite with your family, or want to immigrate as a skilled worker to the country, we cover all the legalities and procedures, delivering expert supervision and application procedures in all.


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