III. Getting Settled

What do I need to do on arrival?

Open a bank account — Two accounts can be opened for you – one in Dollars and one in Sudanese Pounds. To withdraw and deposit, there is a bank teller in the office from 0900 up to 1200 to facilitate this for you. Please note however that access to cash dollars can be difficult and may require supporting documentation like an airline ticket.

Identity Card — For this purpose you will need at least 1 photograph and to sign the relevant forms.  This card is very important and should be kept with you.  You must also take it with you when you travel outside of the country as it will facilitate you reentry into Sudan. Liaise with the admin unit in this regard.  It is also advisable to carry this card when traveling within Sudan.  The same applies for your spouse.


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