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  • Address:
    • NIGERIA HIGH COMMISSION
    • 9, NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE
    • LONDON WC2N 5BX
    • UNITED KINGDOM
  • Telephone:
    • +(44) 207 839 1244
    • 08712210073; Telephone number for General Enquiries only. Costs 0.10p per minute, calls from mobiles and other networks may cost more.
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  • Fax:
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PROCEDURE FOR DEALING WITH THE BACKLOG OF PASSPORT APPLICATION/FAST TRACK SERVICE RESUMPTION AND ENHANCED e-PASSPORT

NOTIFICATION OF THE ROLL OUT OF ENHANCED e-PASSPORT

   The High Commission of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in London, United Kingdom has the honour to announce to the Nigerian community in the United Kingdom that, the long-awaited roll-out of the Enhanced e-Passport will take place on Tuesday, 23rd November, 2021 at the premises of the Mission Read More...

UPDATE ON QUARANTINE PROTOCOL FOR TRAVELERS ARRIVING IN NIGERIA FROM ANY COUNTRY

   The Nigeria High Commission, London wishes to inform members of the public of an update of the Advisory Outlines of the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19.Read More...

RESUMPTION OF FAST TRACK SERVICE ON PASSPORT APPLICATION

   The High Commission of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the United Kingdom takes this opportunity to express its appreciation for the patience of all Nigerians in the UK, especially, Applicants for Nigerian passports who had urgent needs to renew their passports. Read More...

PUBLIC NOTICE

   Upon assumption of duties, the High Commissioner, Ambassador Sarafa Tunji Isola, held series of strategic meetings, including engaging the immigration section of the Mission, to brainstorm on the best way to address the incessant allegations of corruption and other negative reports on the issuance of the Nigerian passport in London, as well as to restore the Missionís credibility in the process Read More...