Consular Services

Executive Order on Ease of Doing Business in Nigeria

The Acting President H.E, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo SAN, GCON, on Thursday 18th May, 2017 signed Three Executive Orders to address the ease of doing business in Nigeria and to promote economic development. The Executive Orders are precisely geared towards the promotion of transparency and efficiency in Nigeria’s business environment. Consequently, Inline with the above Executive Orders, the following services are available at the Embassy of Nigeria, Seoul. Services: S/N Service

Update on Visa Information

Visas Announcement: 60 DAY NATIONAL ACTION PLAN ON DOING BUSINESS IN NIGERIA.       This is to inform prospective visa applicants that the Federal Government of Nigeria has directed her missions abroad, effective from 21st February, 2017, to expedite action in the processes of issuing visas within 48 hours. The purpose is to encourage well-meaning Businesses/ Companies /Foreign Investors into the Nigerian economy though economic and visa reforms that aimed at

Visa Appointment Instructions

In certain situations, it may be important to schedule appointments for visa interviews or other similar procedures. If such interview is required, the Embassy will contact you through the contact number provided on your application form. Therefore, when filling out your forms, please confirm that you have provided an accurate contact information.   Consular Hours Office hour: Monday ~ Friday (09:30 ~ 17:30) Visa application submission days and time Days: Monday

ANNOUNCEMENT:

  DATABASE ON NIGERIAN PROFESSIONAL IN DIASPORA   The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abuja, following the need of the government and desire of the Nigerians in the Diaspora for inclusiveness of all Nigerian in the development of the county, has established full-fledged Diaspora Desk. The objective of the Diaspora desk is to facilitate effective and timely attendance to issues concerning the Nigerian Diaspora including the use of their professional skills.