Nigerians To Pay UK Visa Application Fee Online In US Dollars

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Dec 5, 2013 – Nigerians To Pay British Visa Application Fee Online In US Dollars

A new UK visa application rule has been enforced by the British High Commission in Nigeria for Nigerian visa applicants.

Effective December 16, 2013,  all UK visa applicants must apply online and pay online in US dollars.

This was disclosed by Rob Fitzpatrick, the spokesperson for the commission yesterday.

The PR reads:

“From December 16 2013 all applications for a UK visa must be completed using our online application system and paid for online in US dollars. Payment can be made using Verve debit card, Visa or MasterCard credit or debit cards or the e-wallet PAGA.

“The move to online application and payments will deliver a streamlined application process and is consistent with a wider global trend to online transactions and payments.

“It meets the requirements of the UK Government’s Digital by Default initiative and will help cut costs in the management of the visas operation, which in turn helps to keep visa fees down,”.

9 thoughts on “Nigerians To Pay UK Visa Application Fee Online In US Dollars

  1. Why can’t you Nigerians stay in your country must you go and enrich britain always. I think they are taking advantage of you becos this is not happening in Spain

  2. I don’t wanna sound stupid,Is it the same UK that deport and imprisoned naija citizens we are talking of.Am short of words.

  3. It is the time you nigerians will trup to uk and currupt the innocent country the way you have currupted nigeria but i pray that all of you who will go there will be deported and barn from going there if you cannot try to make your own country better

  4. we will shop with naira on duty free goods on landing heathrow airport.u.k govt is becoming disgusting.wonder if when we shall start responding to these rubbish measures

  5. why wont they treat nigerians as shit when the idiots ( anbassadors) are busy enriching their pockets and their counterparts in the government dont go thru all these issues, so how will they know what the common nigerian traveler is facing?

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