All U.S. citizens are required to have a Nigeria visa for entry into the country. All visas need to be obtained in advance from the Nigeria Embassy or Consulate.
Visas are not issued on arrival in Nigeria. It is important that you obtain the appropriate type of visa based on the purpose of your travel.
Without it, you will not be allowed to enter the country. You must also present a valid visa when you leave Nigeria to show that you entered the country legally.
Visa requirements vary based on the type of visa for which you are applying. Listed below are some of the most common visa requirements you may need to provide.
• Completed Nigeria visa application form. The application form must be completed online, printed and submitted for processing. It is important that you complete the form accurately and in its entirety. Incomplete and inaccurate applications will not be processed and may delay the issuance of your visa.• Confirmation of payment. When you complete your application form online, you will be prompted to pay the applicable fees. You must print the payment confirmation page and submit it with your application.• Two passport photos
This list is not meant to be all-inclusive. There may additional requirements based on the type of visa for which you are applying. Furthermore, consular officials have the right to request additional information from any applicant before processing their Nigeria visa application. For the most up to date visa requirements, visit the website of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Submitting Your Application
When your application is complete and you are ready to submit it for processing, you can apply in person at the Nigeria Embassy or Consulate, or you can send in your application by mail.
If you mail your application, you must use a traceable delivery method. In addition, you must include a prepaid, self-addressed return envelope with a tracking number, so your passport can be returned to you after your visa has been issued.
When you complete your application form online, you will be prompted to pay the appropriate Nigeria visa fee. In addition, you will be required to provide a processing fee when you submit your application. The processing fee is payable by money order only, and the amount varies based on the type of visa for which you are applying.
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Submitting a complete and accurate application is critical to preventing delays with the issuance of your visa. Visa companies are experts on the visa application process.
They make applying for a visa fast and easy, and they will guide you through the process to make sure your application is error free.
Most visa companies have databases that list the most up to date visa requirements of nearly every country in the world, so it is easy for you to identify the documentation you need to provide to secure your Nigeria visa.
If you have questions while you are preparing your application, after you send your application to the visa company or while you are waiting for your application to be processed, a representative will be available to help you.
When you have completed your application form and collected all of the documentation you are required to submit with it, you will send it to the visa service.
A representative will review it to make sure it is complete, and there are no errors. When everything is in order, it will be submitted to the embassy or consulate for processing. After your Nigeria visa is issued, it will be mailed directly to you, so you can depart as scheduled.
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