Nigeria Visa – How to Apply for A Nigerian Visa
Is Nigeria your next destination? If so, you will need to obtain a Nigeria Visa in order to visit Nigeria. Keep in mind, if you are contacted with information stating that you will be promised entrance into Nigeria without a visa, be aware that this information is untrue and is usually associated with the fraudulent action.
You can be exported when you enter Nigeria without a visa by the same party that promised you to entrance into Nigeria without a visa. Also, in order to exit Nigeria, you will have to provide evidence that you entered Nigeria with a legal entrance visa.
Requirements for Nigerian Visa for U.S. Citizens
Also, your passport should be up to date before you travel to Nigeria. Your passport should have at least 6 months validity, as well as a minimum of (2) blank visa pages to accommodate for visa stamps. To obtain a tourist Nigeria visa, your documents need to include:
- Nigeria Visa Application Form
- U.S. Passport Book with at least 6 months validity
- Passport Photo
- Itinerary of your Trip
- Bank Statement to provide proof of sufficient funds
- Documentation of Nigeria Visa you have obtained previously.
To obtain a Nigerian business visa, you should provide everything needed for a tourist visa with the exception of a bank statement. A Business letter and a Business invitation will replace the bank statement. A business invitation should include an introduction of the applicant, the nature of the business that will be conducted on the trip, and state the type of visa and preferred validity length. The same will apply to a business letter with one more requirement. You will have to prove sufficient funds for your traveling purposes with a business letter. Both the letter and invitation should be written on the company’s letterhead that you are working for.
Nigeria Embassy & Consulate Information
|Embassy & Consulate||Address||Phone Number|
|Embassy of Nigeria in DC|
1333 16th ST
Washington, DC 20036
|Consulate General of Nigeria in New York|
828 Second Ave Nigeria House
New York, NY 10017
|Consulate General of Nigeria in Georgia|
8060 Roswell Rd
Atlanta GA, 30350
Additional Nigeria Information
|Electricity||Voltage: 230 V|
Frequency: 50 Hz
Power sockets: type D / G
|Time Zone||WAT (UTC+1)|