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Passport Payment Process Explanation

Please note that only VISA Verified card is allowed in European Countries, where Sweden is a member. When issues of payment is raised by applicants kindly ask: a. Are they having issue based on the portal. i.e access to the portal, portal link down? if yes, what is the error message the portal is prompting? b. Is the issue as …

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E-Passport Information and Requirements

To fill out passport’s application form and make online payment, please follow the link below: Main Website: The Nigeria Immigration Service (www.immigration.gov.ng) (CLICK FOR PAYMENT INSTRUCTION FEES) Our Office in Stockholm Passport and Visa application submission time: 10.00 to 12.00 hours, Monday to Thursday Passport issuance only on appointment: Monday to Thursday All administrative charges should be paid into the …

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The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Stockholm wishes to inform Nigerians who participated in the January 2013 passport exercise that some of the passports have been dispatched to Stockholm. To this end, Nigerians whose names appear in the list attached are advised to contact the Embassy for the collection of their passports. Information regarding the rest of …

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New Entry Visa Fees

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ENTRY VISA APPLICANTS. This is to inform applicants for entry visa to Nigeria of slight increases on visa application fees and other services. The changes which became effective from 12th November 2012 is as follow: Single entry visa for (Foreign Nationals) is 1000 SEK and the Multiple entry visa for (Foreign Nationals) is 2000 SEK for Foreign Nationals. …

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Nigeria is the ideal place to invest in Africa – President Jonathan

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has said that Nigeria is the ideal place to invest for any serious business interested in investing in Africa. President Jonathan made this statement while receiving Saudi Arabian businessman and investor, Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin AbdulAziz Alsaud of Saudi Arabia at the State House Abuja, on Thursday, November 10. “With a population of 167m, a …

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