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ANNOUNCEMENT ON NIGERIAN PASSPORT INTERVENTION EXERCISE IN 2019


The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Hanoi wishes to inform to All Nigerian residents in Vietnam that it is conducting a passport intervention exercise for all Nigerian passport applicants. The exercise will be held in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Details of the exercise are as follows:


In Hanoi: It is scheduled to hold from 09:00 a.m – 16:00 p.m on 17th and 18th October, 2019. Venue for the exercise is in the premises Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Hanoi, Villa 44/1 Van Bao street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.


In Ho Chi Minh City: It is scheduled to hold on the 19th October, 2019 (from 09:00 a.m – 16:00 p.m) and on the 20th October, 2019 (from 09:00 a.m – 14:00 p.m). Venue for the exercise is at Loan Le Place, 119 Phan Huy Ich Street, Ward 15, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City.


Applicants are advised to prepare and bring along the following documents:
  • An application letter addressed to the Head of Mission;
  • Completed Online APPLICATION FORM from the Nigerian Immigration Services website (Please bring the print out);
  • Proof of online payment where applicable;
  • Two (02) recent colour passport sized photographs;
  • Copy of data page of last passport issued;
  • Presentation of old Nigerian passport (the last passport issued);
  • For MINORS who are applying for the first time, in addition to 1 - 4 above, please bring the following papers:
    • Duly signed and dated letter of consent from both parents for minor under 18 years of age;
    • Copies of date pages of both parents’ passports;
    • Copy of marriage certificate of the minor’s parents;
    • Copy of the minor’s birth certificate.

NOTE: Minors who have obtained Nigerian passport in the past need only to comply with 1 - 6 above.

For cases of missing passports: the applicants in addition to the requirements on 1 - 5 above, must present a police report accordingly.

For any further assistance and information, kindly contact the Consular Department of the Embassy of Nigeria in Hanoi, Vietnam through telephone numbers: (024) 37263610 / (024) 37263611.

NOTICE BOARD

visas
Visa applications are being processed within 4 days of applications submitted to the Embassy. Applicants are requested to ensure that all relevant document are submitted to avoid delay.
  • Mondays and Tuesdays for submission of all documents for visa and authentication.
  • Wednesdays for visa interview for the first time visit to Nigeria.
  • Thursdays for collection of all documents.
  • The Consular Section is closed on Fridays.
Passport
The Mission does not have a passport issuing desk. However, passport intervention exercises are being conducted periodically in Ho Chi Min City and Hanoi by immigration officers from our Mission in Malaysia. Applicants will be notified accordingly of this exercises through our website.

Important Notification

THE GENERAL PUBLIC

This is to inform the General public that the payment of Consular Services provided by the Mission must now be paid in US Dollars only into the Embassy’s USD Account provided below:

Account Name: Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Hanoi
Account number: USD 88102779401
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank

In this regard, all applications for visa and other consular services must first be submitted and cross-checked at the Embassy before payments are made at the bank. This notice suspends our initial notification. This is for strict compliance.
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.
Submission for Authentication
All documents for authentication must be submitted on Mondays. And Thursday will be for collection
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. USMAN BASHIR ALI, Secretary at the Mission