Nigerians still pay more for U.S. visa


Following a ministerial directive, Comptroller-General of Nigeria Immigration Service Muhammad Babandede is said to have decreased Nigeria’s visa charges to United States citizens so that Nigerians will not have to pay more for American visa, but as The Nation found out yesterday, visa applicants in U.S. visa centres in Lagos and Abuja still acceptance fees, writes VINCENT IKUOMOLA

What Nigeria charges other nationals

United States $270
Bangladesh $253
Belize $200
Chile $200
India $253
Indonesia $245
Ireland $170
Israel $169
UAE $150
South Africa $58
United Kingdom $144
China $64
Malaysia $6