Tourist visa to NIGERIA

Are you planning a trip to the land of African princes? Nigeria has lots to offer tourists when it comes to rich African culture, and you are in for a treat. Travel Visa Pro handles the processing of visas, and within no time, you will have a tourist visa to Nigeria.

The application process begins with filling an application form which you will find online. You can engage one of our agents in this process if the details prove to be challenging. On completion, we require that you print out and sign the application form.

The next thing you require is an original US passport. The passport in question should be well-kept and in your possession. What’s more, it should have at least six more months of validity before it expires. We offer expedited renewal services in situations where your passport has less than six months validity. You should also provide us with two passport photos taken in the last three months. The immigration office requires that you show your itinerary for the trip which you can do through the submission of copies of your round trip tickets. You can also provide details as to your activities for the duration of your stay. Hotel reservations in your name are also essential. If you plan to travel with a minor, you should have a letter of consent signed by the parents or guardians of the child. You should also have a copy of the minor’s birth certificate as well as copies of the parents’/ guardians’ passports.

We will then embark on the processing of your tourist visa to Nigeria to help you undertake your trip with ease. Thank you for choosing Travel Visa Pro and enjoy your stay in Africa!

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Visit the Embassy of Niger’s website for the most current visa information.

A passport, visa, and proof of vaccination against yellow fever are required for entry into Niger. For additional immunization information, visit the CDC’s Health Information for Travelers to Niger.

Travelers from the United States should obtain a visa from the Embassy of Niger before arriving in Niger. Failure to do so could result in being denied entry to Niger. Travelers should obtain the latest information on entry/exit requirements from the Embassy of the Republic of Niger, located at 2204 R Street NW, Washington DC 20008; telephone: (202) 483-4224.

The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors to or foreign residents of Niger.