A lodgement centre for Nigerian visas opened in Johannesburg on 14 September, approved by the Nigerian High Commission.
Visas & Passports Unlimited have registered with OIS Services to be able to lodge Nigerian visas on the traveller’s behalf. Travellers will not have to appear in person unless specially requested, as the company will take care of loading the application online and completing the payment.
Visas & Passports Unlimited has also advised that as of 1 October, a BVN (Bank Verification Number) will be required by all travellers using ATMs or internet banking in Nigeria. Travellers will need to complete an application form and pay the $45 enrolment fee, which Visas & Passports Unlimited can assist with.
By Business Traveller Africa