Email Application Checklist
The passport must be signed and it should have a minimum of six months validity and two blank pages.
A passport sized photograph with a light background, taken within the last two weeks. In the photograph, the applicant should make sure that he or she is maintaining a neutral facial expression.
3. Visa application form:
All applicants are required to fill the visa application forms online on the embassy system. However a small mistake can lead to you visa being rejected. Hence, complete our online questionnaire from section D below and we will email you a completed embassy visa application form, ready for you to sign. Do not hesitate to call us on 0208 571 0883 for any clarifications you may need.
4. Travel proofs:
Proof of onward and return tickets should be submitted.
5. Livelihood proof:
Last three months bank statement of the applicant should be submitted. In the bank statement, there should be a minimum credit of £500.
6. Accommodation details:
Details of confirmed hotel room reservation should be provided. The reservation proof should carry details that include name of the applicant and the duration of stay.
7. Self-employed applicant’s letter:
If the applicant is self-employed, it is necessary to submit a letter addressed to ‘High Commission of Nigeria, 9 Northumberland Avenue, Westminster, London WC2N 5BX’, describing the nature and purpose of the visit.
8. Applicant’s previous passports:
The applicant should submit all previous passports. If any previous passports are missing, the applicant should write a letter addressed to ‘High Commission of Nigeria, 9 Northumberland Avenue, Westminster, London WC2N 5BX’. This letter should explain why the applicant is unable to submit the previous passports.
9. Applicant’s formal letter:
A formal letter addressed to ‘High Commission of Nigeria, 9 Northumberland Avenue, Westminster, London WC2N 5BX’ should be submitted. This letter should mention the applicant’s name, date of birth, address and the intended duration of stay in Nigeria.