Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Morocco

Nigeria Tourist e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Morocco

iVisa | Updated on Mar 20, 2021

Nigeria is a wonderful place to visit for tourism. If you are a citizen of Morocco, you can get your visa on arrival in an e-format. This is a visa authorization that you can use as soon as you land in Nigeria.

Be sure to check all of the requirements below. You may need to make sure you have specific vaccinations. You’ll also have to choose a processing speed when you apply online for the e-Visa on Arrival.


Questions & Answers | The Tourist e-Visa for Nigeria

How many times am I allowed to enter Nigeria with a Tourist e-Visa?

Each type of e-Visa has a limit on how many times you can enter the destination country.

In this case, when you purchase a Tourist e-Visa for Nigeria, you will be allowed Single Entry.

What’s the limit on the number of days I can vacation while in Nigeria?

The maximum amount of time you can stay in Nigeria with an e-Visa is 30 days Per Entry.

This means that you will need a departure ticket showing you are leaving Nigeria on or before the last day of the maximum time you are allowed.

By what date should I use my e-Visa for Nigeria?

When you purchase an e-Visa, it will have a “Date of Issuance.” The Date of Issuance is the last day you are legally allowed to use your visa to enter Nigeria.

For the Nigerian Tourist e-Visa, it will expire 14 days after issued.

What do I need to prepare before applying for an e-Visa on Arrival?

It is best to get all of your required documents together before applying for your Nigerian Tourist e-Visa as it will make it faster for you to finish. At minimum, you will need to supply:

  • Passport Personal Details Scan

  • Cover Letter

  • Invitation Letter

  • Airline Confirmation

  • Applicant Photo

Your return ticket will need to show you are leaving Nigeria before the expiration date on your e-Visa. Your passport will need to have at least 6 months of validity left from the day you plan to arrive in Nigeria.

Many countries in Africa require you to have a Yellow Fever Vaccination certificate when traveling around Africa. You can find out more information here:

When you arrive in Nigeria, you will have to present your Arrival Approval Letter and your passport as well as your departure ticket showing that you plan to leave Nigeria. Present these documents at the “Visa on Arrival” area at your port of entry, and you will be issued your Visa on Arrival. It’s simple!

How long does it take to process an e-Visa application for Nigerian tourism?

You will need to choose a processing speed when completing your online application for your e-Visa.

At iVisa, we give you three distinct processing options so you can choose how fast you want to receive your Tourist e-Visa for Nigeria:

  • Standard can take up to 6 days to process your application.
  • Rush can take up to 4 days to process your application.
  • Super Rush can take up to 2 days to process your application.

Am I allowed to use this e-Visa for anything other than tourism?

No. This e-Visa is specifically designed for tourism and visiting Nigeria. You will not be allowed to work or live in Nigeria for an extended period with this visa. It is a temporary, one time use visa.

How much will the Tourist e-Visa for Nigeria cost me?

The total cost of your Nigerian Tourist e-Visa includes the cost of the visa itself and the processing speed cost you will incur.

  • If you choose Standard Processing, the total price of the visa is USD 239.00.
  • For Rush Processing, the total amount is USD 269.00.
  • And, if you choose Super Rush Processing, the total cost is USD 299.00.

Nigerian Tourist e-Visa Application for Morocco Citizens

Residents of Morocco are encouraged to apply online for their visas to Nigeria. That way, you can tour Nigeria without having to go in-person to apply for your visa.

And we are here to answer any remaining questions you may have. iVisa is dedicated to answering all of your questions about Nigeria or any other visa-related questions you have.

Safe travel.

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