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NEW VISA PAYMENT POLICY

This is to bring to the attention of the general public that from the 1st of July, 2014 payment for Nigerian VISAS (all categories of visas) MUST be made online at the Nigeria Immigration Service web portal www.immigration.gov.ng. However, payments for other services are indicated here under: Payment for PASSPORT: i.      Payment for Passport fee will be at the www.immigration.gov.ng ii.    Payment for …

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Mission Will No Longer Accept CASH PAYMENT

Swedish Krona

1.This is to inform the General Public that henceforth, Mission will no longer accept CASH PAYMENT for the processing of Nigerian Passports, Visas, Authentication and Administrative Fees. 2. Therefore from Monday, 25th November, 2013 ALL PAYMENTS must be made into the designated Mission’s account (where applicable) as indicated below: 3. All applications without the requisite payment slip/print out/ evidence shall …

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RENUNCIATION OF NIGERIAN CITIZENSHIP

Nigerians wishing to renounce their Nigerian citizenship should complete and present the requirements below: 1). A formal application letter, duly signed by the applicant. 2). Payment of 500 SEK renunciation fee and 200 SEK administrative fee. (Please include the receipt of payment) 3). A duly completed application form. 4). Original Sworn affidavit for renunciation of citizenship in a Nigerian court …

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74 Additional Passports Received from Nigeria Immigration Service Abuja (January 2013 Passport Intervention Exercise)

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Stockholm wishes to inform Nigerians who participated in the January 2013 passport exercise, that additional 74 passports have been dispatched to the Embassy in Stockholm. To this end, Nigerians whose names appear in the list attached are advised to contact the Embassy for the collection of their passports.

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NOTICE TO NIGERIANS ON THE JANUARY 2013 E-PASSPORT INTERVENTION EXERCISE

This is to inform our Nigerian citizens who participated in the January 2013 passport exercise that there have been ongoing efforts by the Embassy to retrieve the passports from the Nigerian Immigration Service in Abuja. It would be recalled that out of the 177 persons captured during that exercise, 70 passports have been produced, retrieved and delivered to their owners …

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