When citizens of Uzbekistan travel to Nigeria for business, there are certain guidelines they must follow. One of these guidelines is that they must have a business e-visa on arrival. This means completing an application and receiving your visa when you arrive in Nigeria.
Have questions? We’ve put together a compilation of frequently asked questions and their answers to help you through the application process below. Ready to apply? You can start your application by clicking here.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What Is an e-Visa on Arrival?
Nigerian Immigration Services offers the e-visa on arrival to citizens of Uzbekistan for business purposes. This visa alternative is for short term travel and must be used within 14 days of being issued. If you do not use your business e-visa on arrival within the 14 days, your application will be considered invalid.
What Are the Documents that Citizens of Uzbekistan Need to Upload for the e-Visa on Arrival Application?
- 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
At the Port of Entry, What Will I Need to Have With Me?
At the port of entry, citizens of Uzbekistan will be asked to present a number of documents as proof of their eligibility to enter the country. The documents are as follows:
- 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
How Long Does It Take for My Application to Process?
The business e-visa on arrival application has 3 different processing speeds available to choose from:
- Standard: 6 days
- Rush: 4 days
- Super Rush: 2 days
How Much Does the Business e-Visa on Arrival Cost for Citizens of Uzbekistan?
Citizens of Uzbekistan will be prompted to choose a processing speed for their application. Each processing speed has a different price. The pricing for each speed includes processing fees:
- Standard: USD 220.00
- Rush: USD 245.00
- Super Rush: USD 270.00
How Many Times Can I Enter the Country with My Business e-Visa on Arrival?
Citizens of Uzbekistan with a business e-visa on arrival will be allowed Single Entry.
When Does My Nigerian Business e-Visa on Arrival Expire?
Your Nigeria business e-visa on arrival will expire 14 days after issued. Please note that you will not be able to use an expired e-visa on arrival to enter the country. Please begin a new application if your visa has expired in order to legally travel to Nigeria.
What Is the Maximum Stay Allowed for Uzbekistan Citizens with a Business e-Visa on Arrival?
Your business e-visa on arrival application allows a max stay of 30 days Per Entry. Citizens of Uzbekistan who are traveling on business are not allowed to stay past the max stay of their e-visa.