If this is your first trip to Nigeria, Visa PassportPro can make the process easy and stress-free. Your part would be to provide the documents and pay the cost of their service and visa fee. At Visa PassportPro, all the agents have experience in acquiring Nigeria visa from the Embassy on the client’s behalf. Let the professionals do the heavy lifting while you sit and prepare for your trip.

To obtain a Nigerian visa, you must fulfill the visa requirements set by the country. Along with the appropriate form, you must provide additional documents for the type of visa you need. Each Nigerian visa has specific time validity and may be used as a single entry or for multiple entries when visiting the African country.

To start the application process, you may visit the embassy website and complete the application. After completing the form, you will pay for the visa and receive confirmation. Print the confirmation document and submit it to the Nigerian Embassy. Also, provide a valid passport with at least six months validity, two recent passport size photos, an invitation letter, and evidence of sufficient funds (applies to visitor/tourist). These documents pertain to all types of visas.

The documents for a minor are not the same as for an adult. Parents or guardians must submit a copy of the childbirth certificate; a signed, a notarized letter of consent from both parents, and copies of both parents’ passport.

Types of Nigeria Visa and Requirements

Tourist/Visitor Visa – Any persons traveling to Nigeria as a tourist or visitor can apply for a tourist visa. A visa of this type can be valid for either three (3) months or six (6) months. Either can be used for a single entry or multiple entries. When you apply, specify the type of visa you will need.

Business Visa – Anyone who will conduct official business must apply for a business visa. In addition to the supporting documents a tourist or visitor must provide, a business letter of introduction and financial responsibility from the company must be given. The message must indicate how long the applicant will stay in Nigeria, the visa validity required (i.e., 6-months, 1-year, 5-years, or 10-years).

Temporary Work Permit – A temporary work permit is for individuals who will work in Nigeria. The applicant must complete a visitor form and submit a passport with at least six (6) months validity, two recent passport size photos, and a copy of the Letter of Approval from the Comptroller General, Nigerian Immigration Service.

Nigeria Tourist/Visitor Visa Fees

Entries Validity Processing Time Embassy Fees
Single 3 Months 5-7 Business Days $160.00
Multiple 3 Months 5-7 Business Days $160.00
Single 6 Months 3-4 Business Days $160.00
Multiple 6 Months 3-4 Business Days $160.00

 

Nigeria Business Visa Fees

Entries Validity Processing Time Embassy Fees
Single 3 Months 5-7 Business Days $160.00
Multiple 3 Months 5-7 Business Days $160.00
Single 6 Months 3-4 Business Days $160.00
Multiple 6 Months 3-4 Business Days $160.00

 

Nigeria Temporary Work Permit

Entries Validity Processing Time Embassy Fee
Multiple 5 Years 5-7 Business Days $160.00

 

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