Nigeria Immigration: Streamlined Services, Visa Information.
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Africa is the second largest continent in the world and has the world’s longest river – the Nile. The vast majority of the world's diamonds are mined in Africa.

Nigeria is a West African country having coasts on the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean. Benin, Cameroon, Chad, and Niger are among its neighboring nations. The terrain extends from southern coastal wetlands to tropical woods, woodlands, grasslands, and semi-desert in the north. 


If your firm intends to expand into Nigeria, you will most likely want to get started as soon as you can. However, you must ensure that all your staff has the necessary visa and permission to live and work lawfully in Nigeria.

Employees must first get an STR (Subject to Regularization) visa to live and work in Nigeria. The following paperwork is required to apply for a work visa:

Most foreign travelers need an entry visa to be able to travel to Nigeria. A Nigerian entry visa is given at the airport upon arrival.

The requirements for a permanent residence permit application are:

A business visa is one of the permits given by the Nigerian Immigration Service to foreigners. It is a crucial immigration requirement for any expatriate looking to do business in Nigeria.

The following are the requirements for a business visa:

The global mobility department of Direct U.S. Immigration assists prospective foreign nationals in their immigration to Nigeria. We offer expert guidance and application procedures whether you want to start a business in Nigeria, reunite with your family, or immigrate as a skilled worker.


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