Public perception about a country is often influenced by the quality of service received at a country’s airport. As a result, the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC), in collaboration with the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Federal Ministry of Interior (FMI), Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA), Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS), Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) introduced a set of reforms to improve the quality of airport service. These are aimed at improving the experience of travelers coming into and leaving the country by`decreasing the time spent at airports and reducing processes required to enter the country.
a) To begin your application, please visit the NIS portal at https://portal.immigration.gov.ng/visa/freshVisa and select Visa on Arrival.
b) Complete Application and make payments
c) You will be required to upload the following original documents:
NB- Introduction/Application Letter should be addressed to The Comptroller General of Immigration, NIS HQ, Abuja. Stating the following:
d) Once application is submitted successfully, a printable receipt would be issued.
e) The application would be processed, after which, an Approval confirmation and Approval letter would be sent to your email within 48hrs (2 working days).
Please Note: Successful online payment is not an approval. Applicant should not proceed to Nigeria until receipt of ‘Visa on Arrival Approval Letter’.
Upon arrival at the Port of Entry, proceed to the desk marked ‘Visa on Arrival’ for biometric enrolment and issuance of entry Visa. Present the following documents at the Port of Entry:
Website - https://www.faan.gov.ng
Website - www.interior.gov.ng
Website - http://www.immigration.gov.ng
Website - http://www.customs.gov.ng
Website - http://www.naqs.gov.ng
Website - http://www.ncaa.gov.ng
Website - http://www.ndlea.gov.ng
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