How Much Canada Visa In Nigeria

Canada Visa in Nigeria: It’s true that the business environment in Canada is interesting and has a lot of potential, Contrary to what some people think, entering Canada from Nigeria doesn’t necessarily mean getting on a plane or leaving the continent. You can get into Canada either through a visitor visa (tourism) or for business purposes such as attending conventions or training seminars. This article gives you information about the different requirements of getting Canada visa in Nigeria.Canada is one of the world’s most favorite countries to migrate to. People from all over the world come to settle in Canada permanently due to its valuable citizenship points system and life standard. Another reason why people prefer going for Canada visa is the opportunity it provides to its immigrants.

How Much Canada Visa In Nigeria

Unfortunately, there are a few factors that make it difficult for Nigerian visa applicants to get accepted for a visa. There are about twelve Nova Scotia family class immigration under the Nova Scotia Skilled Worker program but the number of people who have always been interested in applying for the Nova Scotia Skilled Worker program has been very large. This situation has made it difficult for those who have been genuinely interested in this program working well according to Immigration Department officials.

Entry Visa/Freezone Guidelines:

  1. Visit the Home page of Nigeria Immigration Portal
  2. Locate & click on the appropriate application form to start the process:
    1. Entry Visa/Freezone Application Form
  3. Fill the Application form; check the ‘ I ACCEPT FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS FORM ‘ check box.
  4. Click on ‘Submit Application’ button to view ‘Applicant details page’
  5. Click on “Proceed to Online Payment”
  6. Click to select Payment Currency “Pay in Dollars” option then Click on ‘Continue’ button
  7. If you select a processing country other than Nigeria, your payment will be in US Dollars. You will be re-directed to an approved payment platform to complete your application and make your payment in US Dollars.
  8. Please take your visa payment receipts, passport and other documents to the Nigerian Embassy in your Country of abode on your slated interview date for your Visa.
  9. Please note that you can reschedule your interview date to the next available date by sending your Application id, Reference no and the proposed date to our support mail address

Tourist / Visitor Visa:

  1. Passport valid for at least 6 months
  2. Completed visa application form
  3. Two recent passport size photographs
  4. A Letter of Invitation from a company/host in Nigeria accepting immigration responsibility
  5. Visitors/Tourists are required to show evidence of sufficient funds
  6. Nigeria Immigration Service Visa Payment Receipt and Visa Acknowledgement Receipt

Business Visa:

While a-f above apply, self sponsored business men may not require a Letter of Invitation but will be required to show evidence of sufficient funds

Temporary Work Permit (TWP):

  1. Passport with at least 6 months validity
  2. Printed copy of completed application form for visitors pass
  3. Two recent passport size photographs
  4. Copy of the Letter of Approval from Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration Service

Subject to Regularization (STR):

  1. Passport with at least 6 months validity
  2. Completed visa form in quadruplicate with four recent passport photographs
  3. Four copies of letter of Expatriate Quota Approval from Ministry of Interior
  4. Four copies of credentials, certificates and curriculum vitae, all vetted by a relevant official of Nigerian High Commission/Embassy (English Certified translated copy where applicable)
  5. Four copies of offer Letter of Employment
  6. Four copies of Letter of Acceptance of employment, signed by expatriate
  7. Nigeria Immigration Service Visa Payment Receipt and Visa Acknowledgement Receipt
The Following Tables list Visa Application Fees by Country. Please note Visa Application Fees for the United Kingdom, United States and Kenya are listed in a separate table below, please scroll to the bottom.

Embassy VISA Fees
AndorraUS$68US$68* NoUS$68US$68
AngolaUS$2US$2* NoUS$2US$2
Antigua and BarbudaUS$148US$148* NoUS$148US$148
BhutanUS$68US$68* NoUS$68US$68
BoliviaUS$2US$2* NoUS$2US$2
Bosnia and HerzegovinaUS$50US$100US$100US$100
BrazilUS$20US$20* NoUS$20US$20
BruneiUS$45US$45* NoUS$45US$45
BulgariaUS$50US$50* NoUS$50US$50
Burkina FasoGratisGratisGratisGratis
CambodiaUS$68US$68* NoUS$68US$68
CameroonUS$3US$3* NoUS$111US$111
Cape VerdeGratisGratisGratisGratis
Central African RepublicUS$67US$335US$335US$335
ChadUS$3US$3* NoUS$3US$3
ChileUS$200US$200* NoUS$200US$200
ColombiaUS$3US$3* NoUS$3US$3
ComorosUS$20US$20* NoUS$20US$20
Costa RicaUS$20US$20* NoUS$20US$20
Côte d’IvoireGratisGratisGratisGratis
CyprusUS$30US$30* NoUS$30US$30
Czech RepublicUS$88US$110US$110US$110
Democratic Republic of the CongoUS$3US$3* NoUS$3US$3
Dominican RepublicUS$20US$20US$20US$20
EcuadorUS$3US$3* NoUS$3US$3

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