Need to travel to Nigeria for business? You need a Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival to enter the country and work legally.
This document can be applied at the border. However, you will need a Health Assessment to be approved for the e-Visa.
At iVisa.com we offer you the service of applying for this document online.
Want to learn more about the Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Samoa? Read our FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a vaccine to travel to Nigeria as a citizen of Samoa?
Before traveling, you should check if you are vaccinated against Yellow Fever, Meningitis, Polio, Cholera, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, and Rabies. The government of Nigeria recommends them.
Also recommended is the Covid-19 vaccine.
Do I need a PCR Test to travel to Nigeria as a citizen of Samoa?
Yes, all travelers must take a PCR Covid-19 test before traveling and present a negative result in Nigeria to enter. You need to take the test at least 72 hours before traveling.
Do I need to quarantine upon arrival in Nigeria as a citizen of Samoa?
All travelers must quarantine for 7 days in their hotels after arriving in the country.
What is a Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Samoa and how to apply for it?
The Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival is a resource that the government gives to travelers to apply for a business visa once they enter the country. This document is valid for 30 days after entry.
You will also need the Health Assessment to enter the country, this document offers the government agents the necessary private information to contact them in case of an emergency, including Covid-19.
The Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Samoa can be applied at the border, however, if you want the Health Assessment you can follow these three steps:
- Step 1: Complete our forms at iVisa.com, and then choose the processing time.
- Step 2: Review that all your information is correct before selecting your payment method.
- Step 3: Finally, scan and submit all the documents.
How long is the processing time of my Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Samoa?
The Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival costs vary depending on the government fee of each country and you will need to pay it at the border.
The Health Assessment cost for Samoa citizens depends on the processing time alternatives:
- Standard Processing: - .
- Rush Processing: - .
- Super Rush Processing: - .
iVisa.com prices include the government fee.
What documents do I need to get my Nigeria Business e-Visa on Arrival for Citizens of Samoa?
These documents you will need to present at the border:
- Passport, with at least six months of validation.
- Two passport photographs.
- Proof of accommodation.
- Airline information.
- Corporate certificate.
- A payment method that can be credit or debit card.
For the Health Assessment you will need only a negative pre-departure PCR Covid-19 test result, and your email so you can receive your document.
Can I trust iVisa.com?
Yes! Thanks to our quality system in information processing, we can guarantee the security and confidentiality of your documents. You can read all our feedback from our former customers.
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