Citizens of Western Sahara who are traveling to Nigeria for business are expected to adhere to the visa regulations that the Nigerian Immigration Services have set in place. Accordingly, you will need to obtain a business e-visa on arrival.
You can start the application by clicking here. You can find more information about the application below in the Frequently Asked Questions section.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What Is an e-Visa on Arrival?
An e-visa on arrival is the official document offered by Nigeria for those who are traveling to Nigeria for business purposes. This visa is for short-term visits.
What Documentation Do I Need for the Application?
The business e-visa on arrival application will require the following documentation to be scanned in:
- Passport Photo (colored)
- Introduction/Application Letter
- Copy of Passport Data Page
- Copy of Airline Return Ticket
- Invitation Letter from Host Company
- Corporate Affairs Commission Certificate from Host Company
What Documentation Do I Need with Me in Nigeria?
In order to verify your approved application and eligibility to receive your visa, you will be asked to provide the following documents upon your arrival in Nigeria:
- Visa Approval Letter, valid for 14 days from the date of issuance
- Evidence of online payment
- Valid Passport with minimum of six months validity
- Valid return ticket
Please note that biometrics will be required at your port of entry.
What is a Visa Approval Letter?
A visa approval letter is issued when your business e-visa on arrival application is approved. This letter will allow you to receive your business visa on arrival at the port of entry in Nigeria.
When Will My Application Be Processed?
The business e-visa on arrival application can be processed with one of three different speeds: standard, rush, and super rush.
- Standard: 6 days
- Rush: 4 days
- Super Rush: 2 days
How Much Do Business e-Visas on Arrival cost?
The business e-visa on arrival will allow you to choose what speed you would like your application to be processed with. The speed you choose will determine the price of your e-visa. The prices are as follows:
- Standard: USD 162.00
- Rush: USD 187.00
- Super Rush: USD 212.00
Please note that each of these prices is inclusive of processing fees.
Does the Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival Allow Multiple Entry?
Citizens of Western Sahara who are approved for the business e-visa on arrival are allowed Single Entry.
When Will My Business e-Visa on Arrival Expire?
Citizens of Western Sahara citizens will have a Nigeria Business e-visa on arrival that expires 14 days after issued. Any citizens with an expired e-visa on arrival will need to submit a new application. Your expired visa will no longer be valid for use in Nigeria.
How Long Can I Stay in Nigeria with a Business e-Visa on Arrival?
Your business e-visa on arrival will allow you to stay in Nigeria for a maximum of 30 days Per Entry.