The British High Commission in Nigeria has fixed July 28, 2020, to commence visa processing in Nigeria.
The United Kingdom (UK) High Commission disclosed this in a tweet on Tuesday.
The UK Commission said Visa Application Centres will be open in Abuja, Ikeja and Victoria Island, adding that testing will also commence for the International Language Testing System.
The commission also warned that Nigerians without an appointment would not be admitted.
The tweet reads, “Visa Application Centres are resuming services in Nigeria from 28 July.
“You must have an appointment to visit a VAC and will not be admitted without one.
“For new applications, we aim to assess within our normal service standards, but there may be some delay.
“Staff and customer safety remains our top priority with COVID-19 preventative measures in place.
“Our focus now is to deliver our services safely and effectively together.”
Visa Application Centres (VACs) are resuming services in Nigeria from 28 July.
You must have an appointment to visit a VAC and will not be admitted without one. To book visit here:
— UK in Nigeria?? (@UKinNigeria) July 14, 2020
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