NIS gives entry requirements for non-Nigerian

Mr Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has stated the entry requirements for Non-Nigerian travelling to Nigeria.
Babandede gave the requirements in a statement by Mr Sunday James, the Service Public Relations Officer, on Tuesday and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.
According to him, ECOWAS citizens and countries with a visa abolition agreement with Nigeria require no visa for entry into Nigeria.
“They, however, must enter with valid travel documents and through the approved entry point.
“Holders of African Union Passport desiring to enter Nigeria on short visits can obtain a visa upon arrival at any of the five International Airports.
“Holders of valid Diplomatic/Official Passport from countries with which Nigeria has a Visa waiver agreement can enter Nigeria without Visa through the approved entry point.
“Visas such as for Residence, Temporary Work Permit, and Dependants are to be obtained at our Embassies/Consular Missions or Visa Processing Centers, before commencing such journey to Nigeria.
“All other passengers who are not holders of passport of member countries of ECOWAS and Africa Union applying for the Business purpose will apply for Visa on Arrival vide and must obtain approval online, before the commencement of the journey to Nigeria.
“All categories of applicants that require Visa for entry into Nigeria are expected to pay online since cash payment is not allowed,” he said.
Babandede said that the Service position on this statement had been communicated to all Airlines and the International Airports for compliance.
He said that Airlines would not allow passengers to board without complying with the conditions stated.
The CGI called on genuine investors and other categories of travelers to Nigeria to take advantage of the innovation as it improves Migration, transparency, and security in our Operations.

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