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Thursday, March 19, 2020

US Embassy In Nigeria Cancels ALL Visa Appointments

The United States has cancelled all Visa appointments in Nigeria until further notice....







The Embassy sent text messages and email to applicants who already had confirmed interview dates on Wednesday.

“As of March 18, 2020, the United States Embassy and Consulate in Nigeria is cancelling routine nonimmigrant visa appointments,” the mail seen by BusinessDay read.


It added that it “will resume routine visa services as soon as possible but are unable to provide a specific date at this time.” but explained that application fees already paid by applicants would remain valid in the country where it was purchased within one year of the date of payment.

26 comments:

  1. Na wa....it is not a small thing

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  2. They can shove their visa, we don't need it now

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  3. So what happens to the fee if they don't fix a new date within the next 1 year? Jokers.

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  4. Got mine on my way home yesterday, my little cousin got his as well. Odiegwu jare

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  5. So there are people trying to travel to Usa during this virus issue. I doubt they know how serious this is

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    1. And you think most people applied now?

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    2. The application was long before the pandemic.

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  6. I dint get any message but i booked my interview for June anyways

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    1. Mine was for April and my lil cousin 31st March.

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  7. Is it this same United States that I am in now and know what is on ground that Nigerians are applying to come to?

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    1. please tell us what's on ground apart from Corona so that people will be rightly informed.

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    2. Apart from Corona, all the residents of US have quarantined themselves and most of them have been laid off their jobs. I wonder the attraction again

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    3. Yes oh, someone I know recently traveled into the USA via New York to have her baby. But she had the visa before all these. I'm like in these times? Why take such a risk?

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    4. Leave them alone, let them all come. Before you came in yourself, were you not warned??

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    5. Anon 15:52, easy with the exaggeration. All the residents of US are not in quarantine. They were still warning Spring breakers yesterday to limit their parties and go home. And it is also quite an exaggeration to say most of them have been laid off. There are 58 states in the US, and the rate at which each state is affected by the outbreak varies.

      In my city, I still went to church yesterday and eventhough it was not as full as before, people still came to church. Grocery stores are hiring like crazy right now because they need to restock.

      Most people losing jobs are in the restaurant business and some energy company staff that have been furloughed.

      Let's be careful with the kind of information we pass around so we do not misinformation.

      I come in peace please, no insults.

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    6. Edit *50 not 58 states

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    7. Edit *50 not 58 states
      *Misinform not misinformation
      *Anon 15:53 not 15:52

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    8. Dami can you defend Nigeria like this?

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  8. Switzerland as well. My mum got an email saying all appointments are cancelled till further notice.

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  9. I wanted to go to Nigeria for Easter , living in the US,we cannot come into Nigeria for now,i still like it though ,i want my family safe,this little virus has succeeded in crumbling everything, stores are empty in the US , oanic shopping , i went to Walmart at 6am today and saw somethings to buy , had to stick up in a little way, i gerl so bad , no more greencard interview appointments for people who are supposed to go for their interview,Hod help usso we have have a cure for this deadly virus .

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    1. Interpreter, please

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    2. You live in the US and write like this?? No wonder they do not value our certificates.

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    3. It's obviously a typographical error,y'all be nice please,it won't cost you anything. Always bringing people down with your words 😔

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    4. You all that are complaining houid know it's an error.
      Na wah for una o

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    5. Thank you Liz , typo cos i was rushing to work as i was late , the other anon with your certifiacte you definitely don't have a good job .

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