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Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Germany

This visa is issued to Nigerians who have the intention of visiting Germany for sightseeing, recreation, and relaxation. Foreign nationals who also want to visit their friends or relatives in the country are also eligible to apply for this visa. A copy of the guarantor’s form issued by the appropriate authority in Germany and signed by the inviting friend or relative is required. A copy of your host’s passport and page with residence permit should be provided. Applicants of this visa who are employed are required to present a letter from their employer. The letter must introduce the applicant and also confirm awareness of the applicant’s leave. If self-employed, a Certificate of Incorporation of the business or company should be provided. The company’s bank statement from the past three months is required. Visa applications of minors will only be possible if accompanied by a person entitled to custody. Minors should provide the original copy of their birth certificate, as well as a notarized consent signed by both parents of the minor. If your application is incomplete, you will not be granted this visa. Non-Nigerians residing in Nigeria should ensure t hat they are in possession of their Nigerian residence permit.

Category: Visas of Germany, Visa, Tourist visa

Business Visa from Nigeria to Germany

This visa is issued to business travelers who have the intention of engaging in business activities during their time in Germany. Applicants of this visa who are visiting Germany for the purpose of attending courses, training, and cultural events are also eligible for this visa. Importers of used cars, spare parts, and electronic goods can also apply for this visa type. Your application will only be accepted when you have all the necessary documents required by the embassy. A letter of invitation from the German company a business traveler will be visiting is required. The letter must not be older than 3 months. If you will be attending a trade fair, conference, training, or cultural event in the country, an invitation for the respective purpose should be provided. A letter from your employer in Nigeria is required. The letter must state the applicant’s job position and salary level. Proof of previous and current business transactions between the companies involved should be provided. Exporters of precious stones should be in possession of their license to possess or purchase minerals. Minors should ensure they are in possession of the original copy of their birth certificate.

Category: Visas of Germany, Visa, Business visa

Medical Visa from Nigeria to Germany

The Medical Visa is issued to foreign nationals who have the intention of seeking and receiving medical treatment in the country. A medical certificate issued by the treating medical institution in Nigeria detailing the nature of the applicant’s illness and the reason treatment will be best gotten in Germany is required. A written confirmation of the applicant’s appointment with the medical doctor in Germany should be provided. The estimated duration of the treatment of the applicant’s illness should be stated in the letter from the medical doctor in Germany. Proof of advance payment of the medical fee is required. Applicants with incomplete applications will be refused this visa. If the applicant is employed, a letter from the applicant’s employer is required. The letter should introduce the applicant and state confirmation of leave. Visa applications of minors are possible only if accompanied by a person entitled to custody. Minors are expected to present a copy of their birth certificate during the visa application process. A consent letter from both parents is also required.

Category: Visas of Germany, Visa, Medical visa

Student Visa from Nigeria to Germany

Applicants of this visa are foreigners who have the intention of studying in any of the academic institutions in the country. A letter of admission to the university you have been accepted is required. Proof of knowledge of the German language is required, if applicable. Applicants are required to submit their Primary and Secondary School Leaving Certificates. Proof of previous academic studies, professional training, or work experience should be provided, if applicable. You are expected to provide to present your birth certificate from the National Population Commission. Minors are required to provide a letter of consent from their parents for their studies in Germany. It should be accompanied by a copy of the passport of the signing parents. Proof of financial sustainability for the duration of your study in Germany.

Category: Visas of Germany, Visa, Student visa

Work Visa from Nigeria to Germany

The Work Visa is issued to foreigners who have been offered employment by an employer in the country. Your work contract with the German company should be provided. The contract should include your job position, salary level, and length of employment. Consent of the German Federal Employment Agency must be obtained by the applicant before initiating the visa application process. Proof of previous academic studies, professional training, or work experience should be provided. Applicants of this visa are required to present old documents such as, vaccination card, library card, etc. which verifies their identity. A copy of your Curriculum Vitae or resume is required. You are required to be in possession of a copy of your birth certificate from the National Population Commission. Applicants of this visa should note that their visa application will be rejected if their application is incomplete.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Germany, Visa

Transit Visa from Nigeria to Germany

This visa is issued to foreign nationals who have the intention of transiting through Germany to their destination country. Applicants of this visa should be in possession of the visa of the destination country. A confirmed flight ticket of the applicant’s destination country is required. Non-Nigerians residing in Nigeria are required to be in possession of a copy of their Nigerian residence permit. Minors applying for this visa should ensure they are in possession of the original copy of their birth certificate. A color copy of all previous Schengen visas should be provided. Holders of this visa are not allowed to take up permanent residence in the country. Incomplete applications will be rejected.

Category: Visas of Germany, Visa, Transit visa

Tourist Visa from Nigeria to Spain

This visa is issued to foreigners who are traveling to Spain with the intention of sightseeing, recreation, and relaxation. If you have been invited to the country by a friend or relative who holds permanent residence in the country, you can apply for this visa. A letter of invitation from your host in the country should be provided if you are visiting someone in the country. Applicants who are employed are required to provide a letter of employment. The letter must introduce the applicant and state the duration of the applicant’s leave. Non-Nigerians applying for this visa should ensure they are in possession of their residence permit for Nigeria. If you are self-employed, a Certificate of Business Incorporation and Tax Clearance Certificate should be provided. If you are under the age of 18 years, the original copy of your birth certificate should be provided. A notarized consent signed by both parents of the minor is required. All the documents to be submitted during the visa application process should be in original and copy. Fake document will result in you being ineligible for this visa.

Category: Visas of Spain, Visa, Tourist visa

Business Visa from Nigeria to Spain

This visa is issued to foreign nationals who have the intention of engaging in business activities during their time in the country. An official invitation letter from the Italian company should be provided. The letter must be written on the company’s letterhead and must state the duration and the purpose of the visit. A letter from your employer in Nigeria should be provided. The letter should state the applicant’s job position and length of employment. Proof of previous business dealings between the companies involved should be provided, if any. You are not permitted to receive payment for the services you render during your time in the country. Non-Nigerians should ensure they submit the copy of the Nigeria residence permit. Submission of fake or counterfeit document will lead to visa denial. All the documents should be submitted in original and copy.

Category: Visas of Spain, Visa, Business visa

Medical Visa from Nigeria to Spain

The Medical Visa is issued to foreign nationals visiting Spain to seek or receive medical treatment. A medical diagnosis from the medical institution in Nigeria stating the nature of the applicant’s illness and the reason the treatment will be best gotten in the country. A letter from the medical institution in Spain indicating the nature of the applicant’s illness and stating the duration of the treatment. Proof that the applicant has paid up to 30% of the medical fee. Any other correspondence between the doctor in Spain and the local physician should be provided. A sheet containing the applicant’s bio-data, phone number, and active e-mail address is required. This information should be typed and signed by the applicant. Minors applying for this visa are required to provide a copy of their birth certificate. A letter of consent signed by both parents of the minor should be provided. If employed, a letter from the applicant’s employer should be provided. The letter should state the duration and purpose of the applicant’s leave.

Category: Visas of Spain, Visa, Medical visa

Student Visa from Nigeria to Spain

This visa is issued to foreigners who have been accepted into an academic institution in Spain. A letter of acceptance from the institution you have been accepted into should be provided. The letter must be printed on the company’s letterhead and state the course the applicant will be studying. Applicants of this visa should ensure they provide the certificates and transcripts of the previous schools they attended. Foreigners studying in Spain can work part-time when school is in session and part-time when school is on break. Minors applying for this visa should ensure they are in possession of the original copy of their birth certificate. Proof that the applicant can pay the tuition fee and any other extra fee may arise while in the country is required. Non-Nigerians applying for this visa have to submit a copy of the Nigerian residence permit. This visa is valid for the duration of the applicant’s study program.

Category: Visas of Spain, Visa, Student visa

Work Visa from Nigeria to Spain

Applicants of this visa are those who have been offered employment by an employer in Spain. A copy of the employment contract signed by both the employer and the employee should be provided. You are expected to submit a copy of your Curriculum Vitae or Resume during the visa application process. Original and photocopy of the Work permit issued by the Italian Immigration Office should be submitted. Non-Nigerians applying for this visa are required to present a copy of their Nigerian residence permit. Proof that there was no Italian willing and qualified to take up the job you were offered is required. All the documents to be submitted should be provided in original and copy. Applicants who submit forged or fake documents will be prosecuted.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Spain, Visa

Transit Visa from Nigeria to Spain

This visa is issued to foreign nationals who have the intention of transiting through Spain to their destination country. Applicants of this visa are required to be in possession of visa and other entry permits of the destination country. Flight ticket of the destination country should be provided. Holders of this visa are not permitted to take up paid or unpaid employment. If you are under the age of 18 years, the original copy of your birth certificate should be provided. You are not allowed to enroll to study in any of the academic institutions in the country. This visa cannot be extended. You are expected to leave the country on or before this visa expires.

Category: Visas of Spain, Visa, Transit visa