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Consular Services

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ITEMS 1 to 6 ARE TO BE SUBMITTED IN TRIPLICATE (3 SETS)

1. Burial Transit Permit.

2. Certification of Embalming & Preparation of Human Remains.

3. Notarized statement of the Funeral Director (stating that the casket contains only the remains of the deceased and nothing else).

4. Medical Examiner’s Report (if applicable) if the deceased was killed.

5. Notarized copy of Death Certificate.

6. Certification of Vital Record regarding communicable/non-communicable disease(s) – [this is to state whether or not the deceased had contagious disease. If so, the type of disease should be stated in this document].

7. US$15.00 money order (payable to the Embassy of Nigeria) as Attestation Fee.

8. Nigerian Passport of the Deceased (in case passport is not available, the closest relative should send a notarized letter stating the same).

9. A waiver letter for the repatriation of human remains from the Federal Ministry of Health in Abuja, Nigeria.

10. A certified self-addressed prepaid envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx.

 

NOTE: Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday, between the hours of 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.

1. Formal request letter for the Emergency Travel Certificate by the applicant. Include your current

address and telephone number, please.

2. Expired Nigerian passport (to be sighted and returned to owner), as well as a copy of passport data page.

3. For a loss passport, Please include a police report as well as a data page of a lost Nigeria passport (if applicable).

4. 2 passport size photographs.

5. Copy of itinerary or airline ticket.

6. $150.00 in money order payable to the Embassy of Nigeria, Washington, D.C.

7. Applicants under the age of 18 (Eighteen):

a) Copy of Birth Certificate.

b) Copy of both parents’ Nigeria passport (data page). At least one parent must be Nigerian.

c) Letter of consent signed by both parents.

8. A certified self-addressed prepaid envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx (Next day delivery).

 

NOTE: The Travel Document is valid for 30 days only and cannot be used to return to the United States (one-way journey). Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday between hours of 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.

1. Application (on your company’s letterhead) stating your request from the Embassy and list of the products to be exported.

2. Certificates of free sale from the Departments of State (federal and state) where your company is located, respectively.

3. Two sets of the documents to be legalized, i.e. original and a copy for our record.

4. $100 per product/document and $50 each for the processing fee payable to the Embassy of Nigeria in form of a money order only.

5. A certified self-addressed prepaid envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx.

 

NOTE: Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday between 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.

1. Formal request letter by the applicant for the authentication of a Nigerian passport. Include your current address and telephone number, please.

2. Two copies of the Nigerian passport data page as well as the original passport (to be sighted and returned to the owner)…

3. $50 money order (payable to the Embassy of Nigeria, Washington DC).

4. A certified self-addressed prepaid envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx.

 

NOTE: Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday between 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.

1. Formal request letter by the applicant for the driver’s license letter. Include your current address and telephone number, please.

2. Legible copy of the International or National Driver’s License as well as the original (to be sighted and returned to owner).

3. Applicants are required to obtain certified driving records from the Federal Road Safety Commission.

4. $50.00 money order payable to the Embassy of Nigeria, Washington, DC.

5. A certified self-addressed prepaid envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx.

 

NOTE: Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday between 11:am to 12:30 pm.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.

1. Formal application letter to be submitted stating your request. Include your current address and telephone number, please.

2. Submit any pension form to be filled out by the Embassy (if applicable).

3. Copy of your Nigerian passport.

4. Copy of State-issued U.S. valid Identification (i.e. Driver’s License or I.D card).

5. Copy of retirement letter or offer of appointment letter.

6. A certified return Prepaid Mailing Envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx (if applicable).

 

NOTE: Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday between 11:am to 12:30 pm.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.

1. Formal Application letter to the Embassy stating your request for waiver of the 2-year home residency requirement. Include your current address and telephone number, please.

2. Copy of your Case file number from the United States Department of State, Visa Office, Waiver Review Division.

3. Copies of your Nigerian passport from page 1 to page J-visa is stamped.

4. Copy of your release letter from your sponsor in Nigeria/US.

5. Letter from your current Employer/Institution.

6. Copy of your current Exchange visitor program number (DS2019).

7. Copy of your current I-94.

8. $50 money order payable to the Embassy of Nigeria.

9. A certified self-addressed prepaid envelope from USPS, UPS, or FedEx.

 

NOTE: Allow 7 working days for processing time. Also, drop off and collection of documents from Monday through Thursday between 11:am to 12:30 pm.

 

WAIVER REVIEW OFFICE ADDRESS

The Waiver Review Division

U.S. Department of State

Visa Office

SA-17, 11th Floor

600 19th Street, NW

Washington, DC 20522-1711

Contact information: 212ewaivers@state.gov

(this address is for you to obtain item #2 of the No-Objection Statement).

 

EMBASSY DROP OFF

The Embassy of Nigeria, Washington D.C. Consular Services is open for drop off and collection from Monday through Thursday, between the hours of 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

 

Please mail all applications to:

Embassy of Nigeria
Consular Section
3519 International Court, NW
Washington, DC 20008.