Step by step guide on how to obtain an infant visa in Nigeria.


8/11/20231 min read

To obtain an infant visa in Nigeria, you typically need to follow these steps:

1. Complete Visa Application: Fill out the appropriate visa application form for the country you intend to visit. Ensure you provide accurate and complete information.

2. Gather Required Documents: Collect all necessary documents, which may include the infant's birth certificate, passport-sized photos, parent's passports, marriage certificate (if applicable), and any additional documents required by the destination country's embassy or consulate.

3. Pay Fees: Pay the required visa processing fees. The fees can vary depending on the destination country and the type of visa you are applying for.

4. Book an Appointment: Schedule an appointment with the relevant embassy or consulate. Many countries have an online appointment booking system.

5. Attend Appointment: Attend the appointment with all required documents and the infant. Parents or legal guardians will need to accompany the infant.

6. Interview and Biometrics: Depending on the destination country, you and the infant may need to attend an interview, provide biometric information (such as fingerprints), and answer questions about your travel plans

7. Wait for Processing: After submitting the application and attending the appointment, you will need to wait for the processing of the visa. Processing times can vary, so check with the embassy or consulate for estimated processing times.

8. Collect Visa: Once the visa is approved, you will receive instructions on how to collect the visa. This may involve returning to the embassy/consulate or receiving the visa by mail, depending on their procedures.

It is important to note that visa requirements and procedures can change, so always check with the specific embassy or consulate of the country you plan to visit for the most up-to-date and accurate information.