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Thursday, August 11, 2016

UK Launches 24-Hour Visa Service in Nigeria

The UK has launched Super Priority Visa Service in Nigeria to allow customers to process their applications within 24 hours.




The British High Commission, on its website, said the new service was to particularly meet the needs of those who required urgent service to travel.

The High Commission quoted the British High Commissioner, Paul Arkwright, as welcoming the introduction of the Super Priority Visa service in Nigeria.
“I am pleased to see the Super Priority Visa service being launched in Nigeria.
“This comes with an additional cost but is designed to give greater flexibility to our customers and underlines our strong commitment to make improvements to the visa services we offer.

“We expect this new service to be particularly useful for business. We understand that business opportunities and urgent requirements can arise at very short notice.
“We recognise this and want to facilitate such travel to the UK with this new super-fast service”, Arkwright said.

The High Commission said the introduction of the service allowed customers greater flexibility to choose from a number of visa products to meet their needs.
“It is offered alongside our current Priority Visa (front of queue processing five to seven-day) and standard (15-day) services.

“The UK is the only European country to offer a visa decision in 24 hours.
“The Super Priority Visa service is aimed largely at key business customers and those needing to travel urgently by providing a visa decision for collection at the Visa Application Centre the working day following submission.”
It said the service costs 750 Pounds in addition to the visa fee and would be available to eligible customers applying in the Abuja and Lagos Visa Application Centres.

The High Commission said those applying in the “Visitors” or “Points Based System Tier 4” are eligible to use the Super Priority Service.
It said appointments are available from Mondays to Thursday from 8.30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and Fridays from 8.30 a.m. to 9 a.m. at the Abuja and Lagos centres only.


“Extending the Super Priority Visa service to Nigeria is another example of how the UK is leading the world in the provision of premium visa services for those coming to the UK to visit, do business or study.”
 (NAN)


62 comments:

  1. Good but with the exchange rate,hmmmmmmmm!

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  2. Thieves. With the exchange rate so high, they'll still deny 70% visas.

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    1. Because you don't deserve it!

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  3. The wan wey dem go give abi the wan wey dem go refuse? Imagine paying for so much and get refused. Arm robbers!

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    1. The expedited visa application does not guarantee you a visa if you don't meet their requirements. Just as with the regular ones.

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    2. You don't deserve it too . What's your bank account like?

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    3. You are silly

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  4. To apply for ILR with 2kids is over£3k. That is almost 1.5m,Uk is just too expensive.

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    1. Whereas to apply for the EU residence card in the UK is just€50. I applied for my EU passport with €150. The UK are just thieves.

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    2. You are right. Stay in your country na. Is it by force? You can't afford it and you are still bothering and struggling with d price? Smh

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  5. More money to their pocket.

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  6. Good.. But why is Nigeria the only African country they are extending it to? Trust me these people will never do something for no reason.

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    1. 1)Ready market

      2)The fact that some Nigerians can afford it and more.

      3)Tourists from Nigeria spend a great deal in the UK yearly.

      4)Average Nigerians that wish to travel make trips to the UK like it is going out of fashion,so they know that the Upper class will definitely key into this.
      So on....
      What other ulterior motive will there be? Isn't making more money reason enough? They know these things.
      This is exactly what successful businesses do,they identify a ready market,and they offer mouth watery deals that come with a catch,additional charge.

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    2. Gbam!!!! Your papa pay better school fees for your head.

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    3. Sorry. Look out for other countries.

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    1. @ Ify, Nwa baby m! M good m. And u? Stay sweet beautiful!

      @ Linda,you know u can't love me more than I Love u. Hahahhahahahaha. Kisses to u sexy!💋

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    1. Good. To eliminate your types

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  9. This is like N312,995 official rate as at today oooh.

    And we know you ain't getting it "officially"
    Black market all the way. SMH

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    1. Black market rate some days ago was 500naira to a pound

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  10. Thieves! 400k or more and yet you won't be guaranteed a visa.

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    1. You are jobless.....must you reply all comments

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  12. Thieves!!!! 750 Pounds plus the visa fee? so you guys are looking for externally generated revenue. Nigeria ntoor

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    1. No oh. Aim is for you to remain in your beloved country. You hear?

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  13. This is for govt officials spending free money.

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  14. Have dey also reduced d visa fees? dats d koko. who needs dere 24hrs service?

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    1. Not you. Definitely

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  15. They want to eat our money ooo. how many people will they give visa to.

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    1. Don't mind them, they r not even giving visas these days,they r looking for money

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    2. ... And you don't have money. Not to bother

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  16. Hmmmm..with the current exchange rate? Good tho!

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  17. This is not targeted at the poor, it's targeted at the rich who can afford it. So stay on your lane if you can't afford it and stop complaining.

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    1. Excellent. Best comment

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  18. These foolish idiots that banned me for ten years, assholes.

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    1. Haahaahaa next time don't be a criminal. Onye oshi.

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    2. Hahaha. Onye Oshi

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  19. Really? 750pound extra. Na true..

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  20. UNLIMITED ENTERTAINMENT11 August 2016 at 16:09

    Smh

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    1. Poverty unlimited unentertainment

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  21. UNLIMITED ENTERTAINMENT11 August 2016 at 16:10

    Smh

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