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Nigeria High Commission London changes procedure on passport collection, says mailing of passports to applicants mandatory.

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The Nigeria High Commission in London on Monday announced that passport collection at the embassy will be done via postal mail.  A change of procedure on passport application,  collection and fast track was contained in a statement published on its website

1. This to inform the Passport Applicants that with effect from 24th June, 2019 passport processed at the High Commission will be mailed directly to the home address of the applicants. Consequently, applicants are required to submit pre-paid self address express service envelop on completion of bio-metric capturing. For emphasis, henceforth, mailing of paspport to all applicants is mandatory

2. Applicants are also reminded to use this official facility and desist from using a third party or touts to request for passport. Consequently, Nigerians applying for passports are urged not to use the App (myVisit) for their appointment as its no longer valid for appointment booking. Applicants are advised to come strictly on the interview date printed on passport payment slip. Thank you.

Immigration Section
Nigeria High Commission


The statement KBJOJO News confirmed was made available attached to the front end of the High Commission’s website since Monday 24th June, 2019.

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It would be recalled that a sprawling events of incidences,  discomforts and inconveniences suffered especially by Nigerians which culminated in the latest attack on the Embassy’s properties by an angry man have generated a lot of discontent against the service rendered to its customers over the years.

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