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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Netherlands Embassy Explains The Reason Nigerians Are No Longer Issued Visa's

The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Nigeria, on Tuesday, August 22, reminded Nigerians that it was no longer in the business of issuing them visas.



The Embassy’s Charge d’ Affaires, Mr Michel Deleen, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that the Embassy had since 2013 swapped its visa issuance processes in Nigeria.


Deleen said that the Embassy had since 2013 swapped its visas issuance to Nigerians with the French Consulate General in Lagos and the Embassy of Belgium in Abuja.


“What this means is that we have swapped our visa application processes in Nigeria with the French Consulate-General in Lagos and the Embassy of Belgium in Abuja.


“Let me remind Nigerians that under these agreements, any Nigerian that wants to visit the Netherlands for business, study or tourism should always process their visa applications through the French Consulate-General
in Lagos and the Embassy of Belgium in Abuja,’’ he said.


The Charge d’ Affaires said that it was important for Nigerians and other nationals in Nigeria to know that VFS Global was the internationally-authorized organisation for receiving all visa applications.


“When you first apply to VFS Global for visas to the Netherlands, VFS Global would thereafter send them to the French Consulate-General in Lagos and the Embassy of Belgium in Abuja for processing,’’ he said.


VFS Global is the world’s largest outsourcing and technology services specialist for governments and diplomatic missions worldwide.


The company manages administrative and non-judgmental tasks related to visas, passports, identity management and other citizen services for its client governments.


-NAN

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    1. Cool.

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  2. Not banned na, Stella. More like.........re-designated to other embassies.

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  3. And it has been the norm for 3 years now so it's not a new gist!!

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  4. Madam kindoiy change your misleading headline or did you just post without reading the contents to are posting? This is ridiculous haba

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  5. "side eyes" @ Stella's heading

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  6. They just changed their modus of operation.

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  7. Na wa! Stella, when did you join the gang of click-baiters?

    How do you come about your headline "banned" from the contents of the write up? Do not join them and descend to quack levels for the sake of money o!

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    1. Shameful really. Slow news day perhaps?

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  8. Ha, d story tells nothing about the topic nah?

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