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Emergency Travel Certificate

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Emergency Travel Documents are issued on application to facilitate one-way return for Nigerian Nationals stranded here in Vietnam or being deported. These documents are retrieved on arrival in Nigeria by the relevant authority.


The forms available in .pdf format, and can be downloaded, printed out and returned to the embassy with the following

  • Letter by applicant clearly stating why the Emergency Travel Document is needed. The letter should contain the applicant’s local government area and state of origin.
  • Copy of data page of Nigerian Passport or evidence to show that you are Nigerian
  • 2 recent coloured passport photographs
  • Evidence of Flight Ticket itinerary to fall within 2 days of travel
  • Police report from local police


For minors
In addition, for children under 17 a consent letter from the father, or if the mother has legal guardianship, a consent letter from the mother, as well as their passport photograph to accompany the child’s application.


Forms
You can download form for your applications below. Please note that you need adobe reader to view the form. If you do not have adobe reader please download it from here


adobe pdf Emergency Travel Certificate


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NOTICE BOARD

visas
Visa applications are being processed within 48 hours of applications submitted to the Embassy. Applicants are requested to ensure that all relevant document are submitted to avoid delay.
Passport
The Mission does not have a passport issuing desk. However, passport intervention exercises are being conducted periodically in Ho Chi Min City by immigration officers from our Mission in Malaysia. Applicants will be notified accordingly of this exercises through our website.

Important Notification

DOCUMENTS For AUTHENTICATION
ALL DOCUMENTS EMANATING FROM NIGERIA FOR AUTHENTICATION BY THE MISSION MUST FIRST BE SUBMITTED TO THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN ABUJA. THIS IS FOR STRICT COMPLIANCE PLEASE.
Distance Learning Center (DLC)
The Mission wishes to inform all interested candidates that Nigerian Embassy in Hanoi has been designated as information and examination centers for the Ahmadu Bello University Distance Learning Center (DLC), which was established in 2015. This is part of the Federal government’s drive to broaden the capacity of Nigerian universities to admit more prospective students. Interested persons should contact Mr. A.A. Aremu, Second Secretary at the Mission