The Nigerian country has been blacklisted, from travelling into the United Arab Emirates (UAE) — after a ban was imposed on them.
The immigration authorities of UAE Imposes Visa Ban On Nigerians on Friday and more information can be found below.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) imposed ban on Nigerians after the announcement was made on Friday in a notice sent to its Nigerian trade partners, including travel agencies, and it was added that all submitted applications are rejected and fees are non-refundable.
Although no reason was given for the ban, Dubai officials stated that all applications would be held until issues between the UAE government and the Nigerian government were resolved.
This decision taken by the official of the UAE immigration, will be applied to all Nigerians that are seeking to travel to the UAE.
A notice that was given to Nigerian travel agents read;
“All Dubai applications submitted are now rejected. It is general for Nigerians and approvals are on hold at the moment.
Kindly advise your clients to resubmit C2=A0 applications when the issue is resolved between both governments.”
If you are a Nigerian yet to apply for a Visa to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the UAE immigration authorities are asking you to hold on until further notice be fore you will be issued a visa.
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