How to Get a Business Visa for Nigeria

Nigeria Business Visa

Nigeria Business Visa

Are you going on a business trip to Nigeria?  You might need to get a business visa for Nigeria.

As stated here at the Nigeria Immigration Service, you are going to need to get the Nigeria Business Visa if you want visit Nigeria on business.  Visas can be issued for single entry (up to 90 days) or multiple entry (up to 180 days).

Go to my Nigeria visa page for information on how to get other visas for Nigeria.

I’ll break everything down for you below about how to go about getting the Nigeria Business Visa.

Visa required for U.S. citizens before you go to Nigeria:  Yes.  U.S. citizens require a passport and a Nigeria visa to enter the country, and should obtain the visa in advance from a Nigerian embassy or consulate.

Visa required for non-U.S. citizens before you go to Nigeria:  Everyone except members of one of the fifteen (15) ECOWAS states needs a visa in order to get into Nigeria.

Find your closest consulate
Gather documentation

The official list of required documents is here at the Nigeria Immigration Service website.

Pay Visa Fees
  • In addition to the fees that you will have to pay for the visa, you will also have to pay a “processing fee.”
  • Good practice is to call up the embassy or consulate to confirm the fee amounts.
Submit materials

Submit your required materials from Step 2 and visa fee from Step 3 to the embassy or consulate you found in Step 1.

Receive your visa
  • Congratulations!  The Embassy (or Consulate General) of Nigeria will give to you your brand new Nigeria visa.
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