Generally, a citizen of Nigeria who wants to visit the U.S must first get a visa, sometimes a non-immigrant visa for a temporary stay or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. Citizens of qualified countries could possibly be able to travel to the U.S. without a visa through the Visa Waiver Program.
If you do not qualify for the Visa Waiver Program or are planning a trip to study, work, or be involved in an exchange program, you must obtain a non-immigrant visa.
Applicants for U.S. visas are required to come in person for a visa interview at the Embassy in Abuja or the Consulate General in Lagos. You should schedule an appointment for that interview, either online using this website or via the contact phone below.
Nigeria Callers: +23414406218
US Callers: +17035202575
To plan for a non-immigrant visa appointment, you must have the following information and documents available:
- A passport valid to travel to the U.S having a validity date no less than six months away from intended time period of stay in the U.S (unless country-specific agreements provide exemptions). If multiple people is included in your passport, every person desiring a visa must submit an application too.
- Your visa application fee payment receipt from GTBank
- Your DS-160 confirmation page
- Valid e-mail address and phone number
- If applicable, required documents based by visa class (like a copy of the petition approval for petition-based visas, I-20 for student visas, DS-2019 for exchange visitor visas, etc. more information about visa types and information about each can be found here.
Restrictions to Changing Appointments
Applicants are limited to the number of times they’re able to reschedule their appointments. Please plan accordingly so that you’re not required to pay another visa application fee.
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