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Welcome to our new rebranded website. It's part of our effort to provide a more efficient and user friendly service to the public, as part of ongoing reforms in the High Commission. You will find a great deal of information to help you with your enquiries on the services we provide,

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whether you are planning to visit Nigeria for pleasure or business or in need of any other forms of assistance from the High Commission. We have also set up a means for Nigerian residents in the United Kingdom to register with us, in order to provide an interactive service between the High Commission and our fellow citizens. Thank you.

About The High Commissioner

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The High Commission

The work of the Nigeria High Commission is to co-ordinate, promote and protect the national interests of Nigeria within the United Kingdom in ways that contribute to the enhancement of Nigeria's security and socio-economic prosperity.

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Duties conducted by the Embassy include:

Consular and Welfare matters, Immigration affairs, Legal and Education, Bilateral Political and Multilateral Relations, Trade and Economic Affairs as well as information dissemination. And all general enquiries to assist Nigerian residents in the UK and the general public.

Contact Details

  • 9 Northumberland Avenue
  • London
  • WC2N 5BX
  • Tel: (+44) 020 7839 1244
  • Fax: (+44) 020 7839 8746

Offices of The Embassy:

Monday - Friday: 9.30am - 5.30pm (Except Nigerian and UK Bank Holidays).

Culture and Tourism

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In Nigeria, culture is manifested in art, dance, language, literature, folklore, mores, music, governance, and even the environment. According to archaeological findings, Nigeria's artifacts depicting the early life of the people date back to 2000 years.

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Nigerian Economy

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Nigeria is Africa's most populous nation. Oil accounts for about 25 percent of GDP, over 90 percent of exports, and over 80 percent of government revenue despite violence in the Delta region that disrupts production.

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High Commission News!!

UPDATE ON PASSPORT APPLICATION,COLLECTION, AND FAST TRACK



We regret to inform all passport applicants whose collection dates fall between Thursday, 1st and Thursday, 8th August, 2019 to come for collection until Friday, 9th August, 2019, when we hope passport booklets would have been received from Abuja. This situation was brought about by the lack of 32 – page passport booklets at the high commission. In the meantime, mission is currently in possession of a sizeable number of 64 – page passport booklets for issuance. Interested applicants are therefore enjoined to go online and apply for the 64 – page passport and make the necessary payment accordingly for prompt issuance.

Having observed that a major delay in issuance of passport of applicants is caused significantly by the wrong filling of online form by some applicants, we implore applicants to ensure that they fill the online form correctly, maintaining the same order in the arrangement of names – surname, first name and middle names in their current passports.


     In addition, with a view to ease the difficulties being encountered by Nigerians during the process of renewing their passports, especially for applicants coming from outside London, the High Commission wishes to inform that applicants are at liberty to leave behind a pre-paid special delivery self-addressed envelope to enable the Mission mail back their passport.

2.     For applicants with urgent need to travel before their collection date, such applicants could apply for an Emergency Travel Certificate (ETC) or use the fast-track passport service available if they so desire. The High Commission wishes to assure all of its commitment to ensuring effective service delivery, and at the same time to seek the understanding and cooperation of applicants for passports.

3.     Applicants are also constantly reminded to use this official facility and desist from using a third party or touts to request for passport on their behalf. However, all applicants should allow ample time to process their passport whereby passport can be renewed/reissued six(6) month before it expires. Consequently, all applicants are urged not to use the App (myVisit) for their appointment as its no longer valid for appointment booking. Applicants are also advised to come strictly on the interview date printed on passport payment slip.

Thank you.


Immigration Section
Nigeria High Commission
London