Nigeria Visa

Nigeria Visa

Nigeria Visa

Select Your Nigeria Visa Type Below

  1. General Information and Eligibility
  2. Nigeria Tourist Visa Requirements
  3. Nigeria Transit Visa Requirements
  4. Nigeria Direct Transit Visa Requirements
  5. Nigeria Business Visa Requirements
  6. Nigeria Official (Diplomatic) Visa Requirements
  7. Nigeria Temporary Work Permit Requirements (i.e. Nigeria Work Visa)
  8. Nigeria Subject to Regularization Visa Requirements
  9. Nigeria Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card

Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for the Nigeria Visa

  • The Nigeria Immigration Service has a fantastic one-stop shop for visa information. I am really impressed. This is the best visa and immigration information website of any country in Africa.
  • A yellow fever vaccination certificate is required for travelers over one year of age arriving within six days from infected areas.
  • The Come to Nigeria website has some pretty cool information for tourists interested in traveling to Nigeria.  I had no idea you could jet ski in Nigeria!  The website also has a much faster load time than the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (due to the fact that the website does not have any music that needs to download when you are going to the homepage).

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