Immigrant Visas Processing in Lagos (2023)

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Immigrant Visas

Immigrant Visas Processing Appointments and Interviews Required Documents and Fees After The Interview

By U.S. Mission Nigeria


May 19, 2022

COVID-19 continues to impact our Immigrant Visa Unit’s ability to schedule immigrant visa interviews; however, the Immigrant Visa Unit is interviewing immigrant visa applicants in all visa categories at this time. We will continue to review our ability to accommodate more appointments and open more appointments as we are able. Applicants who fail to attend their scheduled interview should expect extended delays before an interview can be rescheduled.

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Immigrant Visas Processing

Presidential Proclamation 9983

Effective February 21, 2020, Presidential Proclamation 9983 was rescinded. If you were previously interviewed at the Consulate General and were refused a visa as a result of a Presidential Proclamation, please contact the call center at or +23412278955 summarizing the nature of your situation.

Diversity Visas

Nigerians are no longer eligible for the Diversity Visa Lottery. Only people that were born outside of Nigeria or have parents that were born outside of Nigeria are eligible for the Diversity Visa. If you were born in Nigeria to Nigerian born parents – you are not eligible for the visa lottery. You can find more information on the Diversity Visa here.

Priority Dates

The Department of State publishes a list of current priority dates every month in the Visa Bulletin, which is available at:

I-730 Petitions

If you have an approved 1-730 petition, consulate staff will contact you directly regarding next steps for scheduling your visa interview. You will need the DOS case numbers and an account on The beneficiaries in your case should proceed with medical exams approximately 3 weeks before the interview date. Additionally, you will be emailed an instruction packet and immigration forms that we request you complete and bring with you to the interview.

Lost, Stolen, Expired Permanent Residence Card

Please see the Legal Permanent Residents page more information.

U.S. Permanent Resident Outside of The United States for More Than One Year

Please see the Legal Permanent Residents page for more information.

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Scheduling Appointments

For most applicants, NVC will contact you with an interview date. NVC assigns interview dates in the order the petition was received. This process can take several months. You must wait for the appointment letter to be sent to you but can expect to receive your appointment letter several weeks before your appointment date is scheduled to give you enough time to get your medical and police reports finalized.

Certain applicants may be emailed by the consulate and asked to schedule an appointment in our online scheduling platform. Please monitor the email address you have previously provided on your application materials, as we may send you important instructions after we accept your case from NVC.

Interview Required

All people who will be receiving an immigration benefit must be in attendance for their interview, including children.

Interview Location

All immigrant visa interviews take place at the U.S. Consulate General in Lagos. We are located at 2 Walter Carrington Crescent on Victoria Island. Petitioners are not allowed to accompany their beneficiaries into the Consulate for their interview. Minors may be accompanied by an adult who has valid photo ID.

Accompanying The Beneficiary

Petitioners are not permitted to accompany their beneficiary into the consulate for their interview. One family member carrying a valid Nigerian government ID may accompany minors or disabled beneficiaries; however, escorts will not be permitted to enter if they do not provide valid ID. We have translators available for beneficiaries who do not speak English.

By U.S. Mission Nigeria


How Do I Find And Download The Documents I Need For My Interview?

Download Packet Four (PDF 234KB) or the preparatory packet for K1/K3 visas (PDF239KB) form. You may view and download the DS-260 by clicking here. If you are not able to download the forms from the website, email us at to request that we send you Packet Four or the K1/K3 preparatory packet.

Visa Fees

If you have been receiving documentation from the National Visa Center, then most likely you have already paid the visa fee. If not, the current IV fee is $325 per applicant, regardless of age. All K-1 and K-3 visas must pay a $265 immigrant visa application fee. You may not ‘mix’ payments and pay for one fee in both Naira and USD

Medical and Police Reports

In order to travel on your immigrant visa, you must have a valid medical and police report. The Consulate recommends getting your medical and police report 2 weeks before your scheduled appointment at the Consulate. The medical report is only valid for 6 months and must be valid in order for you to travel. The police report is valid for 2 years.

Medical Examination – Starting November 17, 2021, it is now mandatory for all applicants who are eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine to receive the full series of Covid vaccinations before going to panel physician for their medical examination. Applicants who have not taken full dose of the vaccination will not be able to complete the medical examination process. Please plan accordingly as you cannot attend your interview appointment at the Consulate without your medical report.

Arrange for a medical examination by one the physicians listed below. You are responsible for paying for the medical exam. The medical exam is only valid for six (6) months and must be valid in order for you to travel to the U.S. It is recommended that you get the medical exam 2 weeks before your interview date. However, you should schedule your interview appointment BEFORE processing your medicals. A medical exam is required for all applicants, regardless of age.

Dr. Ade Alakija
Q-Life Family Clinic Plot 155A
Prince Ade Odedina Street Off Ajose Adeogun,
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone: 01-629-0365
Cell: 0809-974-2000, 0811-397-5433
Dr. Nahashon Thuo
Migration Health Assessment Centre (MHAC)
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
No. 55, Hassan Musa Katsina Road
(at the junction of Hassan Musa Katsina Road and J-K Gadzama Street), Asokoro, Abuja, FCT
Tel: 08072191122, 08095637898, 08085221427, 07032898491
Online booking:
Dr. BIH Thomas Kwaku
Migration Health Assessment Center (MHAC),Lagos International Organization for Migration (IOM)
1, Isaac John Street
(At the Corner of Isaac John Street and Oduduwa Way), GRA Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: 0807-219-1112, 0802-226-4059, 0909-215-6079

Police Report

  • Applicants 16 or older must submit a police certificate for ALL countries in which they have resided for more than one year after reaching age 16. Please also note that if you hold citizenship in another country, and have lived in that country for a period of six months or more after you turned 16, you must also provide a police certificate from that country. Police certificates are valid for two years from their issuance date.
  • Please follow these instructions to facilitate the issuance of your Nigeria Police Clearance Certificate:
    • Submit your passport in person to the Nigeria Police Service commission at Alagbon Close, Ikoyi, Lagos
    • Pay the required fee and take the receipt to the Office of Inspector General at Alagbon Close, Ikoyi
    • Collect your Nigeria Police Clearance Certificate and take it to your visa interview. The certificate should be ready in approximately two weeks, but please allow time for unforeseen delays.

Affidavit Of Support And Joint Sponsors

The Affidavit of Support is generally required by all applicants who are immigrating based on a family relationship with a U.S. citizen or U.S. green card holder. The Affidavit of Support includes the appropriate version of Form I-864 ( and either an IRS Tax Transcript or both the Tax Return/Form 1040 AND the W-2  from the principal applicant and joint sponsor that demonstrate that the petitioner (and/or joint sponsor) makes at least 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (petitioners who are active duty U.S military members may qualify as a sponsor by meeting 100% of Federal Poverty Guidelines). You can check the poverty guidelines here – if the petitioner makes LESS than 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines for their Household size, they MUST get a joint sponsor to also submit an Affidavit of Support along with their most recent tax return. It is required for ALL applicants to demonstrate that the immigrant is not likely to become a public charge while in the United States. A downloaded or scanned photocopy of the Affidavit of Support (I-864) is also acceptable.

Packet 4

Packet 4 contains the information that you will need for your interview. You were sent the Packet 4 in your initial correspondence. If you do not have the Packet 4, you can access it HERE(PDF 234KB).

Documents Required at Interview

There are many documents that you will need to bring; below is a list of what is required:

  • Valid medical report from an approved panel physician (see information on medical and police reports above).
  • Valid police report (see information on medical and police reports above)
  • Affidavit of Support (see information on the Affidavit of Support above)
  • Two color passport photos, showing the applicant’s full face against a white background, and taken within the last six months, are required for the interview. These photos must be printed on photo paper and sized 1.5 x 1.5 inches (5 cm x 5 cm).
  • For applicants immigrating based on a family or spousal relationship, evidence of relationship with your petitioner. Photographs showing you with the petitioner over different periods of time should be presented during the interview.
  • Original Documents – including but not limited to:
    • Marriage certificates
    • Birth certificates – If born in Nigeria after 1992, it must be a National Population Commission (NPC) birth certificate.  If born in Nigeria before 1992, you must obtain an Attestation of Birth from the NPC.
    • Petitioner Birth Certificates – IR5 and F4 applicants should provide their petitioner’s original birth certificate.
    • Divorce certificates (if you petitioner is your spouse or fiancé(e ), you must present divorce decrees for all prior marriages for both you and the petitioner).
    • Adoption certificates (if applicable)
    • Death certificates (if applicable, for the prior spouses of beneficiaries, as well as the prior spouses of petitioners in cases where the petitioner is the spouse or fiancé(e ) of the beneficiary.
    • Chats from social media (DO NOT copy them into a word document – they MUST be printed directly from the site)
    • Phone records showing both phone numbers and duration of call
    • Email correspondence (DO NOT print them in a word document)
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Visa Collection

If you are granted a visa at the time of your interview, your passport and visa will most likely be ready for pickup approximately 10 business days following your interview. Please note that due to the high volume of visas we process and several other logistical necessities, we are not able to expedite the printing of visas. We advise you not to make any irrevocable travel plans before you have the visa in your physical possession.

Administrative Processing And Refusal Under INA 221(G)

If your visa application was refused under Section 221(g) because you need to submit updated or missing supporting documents or for administrative processing, you should proceed to submit your documentation. Your case will be processed in the order it is received. If any additional action is needed on your part, you will be contacted. Please note that this review can take time and we will not respond to requests for status updates if new information or documents have not been received in the past 60 days

All documents should be uploaded into your online application (if your case type requires this), then submitted to the GSS Document Collection Center:


Additional information can be found here: The U.S. Consulate does not accept documents sent in the mail.

Case Recommended For Revocation

When a Consular Officer recommends that a petition be revoked, the case is sent from the U.S. Consulate General Lagos to the National Visa Center (NVC). NVC then forwards the case to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ office where the petition was originally approved. The U.S. Consulate General no longer has jurisdiction over a case once it has been recommended for revocation. As such, you should contact NVC at or USCIS for further information about your case. Contact information for USCIS can be found at Please note that it can take several months for a case to be sent from Lagos and processed by NVC and USCIS in the United States.

Waiver Applications And Status

For more information and waiver instructions, please refer to or or call the USCIS Customer Service center at (800)375-5283. The U.S. Consulate General, Lagos no longer accepts waiver applications, nor do we adjudicate waiver requests.

Electronic Visa Packets

The majority of immigrant visas are now processing electronically, with the exception of certain case types (including E and K visas). If your case was processed electronically, all the necessary documents are available electronically in our database. This provides a faster, more convenient, and more secure immigration process. The immigration official at the port of entry in the United States will be able to access all the necessary documents when you present your passport and valid immigrant visa.

Case Number, Alien Number, And Paying My Immigrant Visa Fee

Please note, your alien registration number is on the face of the visa foil as “Registration Number: XXXXXXXX”. To complete the ten digits required, add the characters “A0” in front of the registration number. Your Case ID number is also stated on your visa page as the IV Case Number (without the 01 at the end).

Further Information

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), is the agency responsible for adjudicating waivers, processing green cards, and granting U.S. citizenship. More information on those topics can be found at:

Additional information on immigrant visas can be found below:

Canceling Appointments

COVID-19 related staffing restrictions continue to limit our ability to schedule new appointments for individuals who missed their original appointment date. We strongly suggest you attend your scheduled appointment. If you need a new appointment, visit the USTravelDocs website here.


If there are no available dates to reschedule, you must wait until new appointments are made available. We encourage you to check back frequently to see if new appointments have been added. Please note that there are often significant wait times for appointments, so we encourage you to do your best to attend your originally scheduled date. Diversity Visa appointment dates cannot be rescheduled.

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How long does it take to process US immigrant visa in Nigeria? ›

The certificate should be ready in approximately two weeks, but please allow time for unforeseen delays.

How long does it take NVC to schedule interview in 2022? ›

How long does it take to get an appointment? Although NVC strives to schedule appointments within three months of NVC's acceptance of all requested documentation, this timeframe is subject to the operating status and capacity of the consular section.

How long does immigrant visa processing take? ›

Generally speaking, a fair timeframe is approximately 6-10 months from the filing of the immigrant petition to approval at the U.S. Consulate. Timeframes can vary depending on backlogs of cases at both the USCIS and the U.S. Consulate abroad.

How long does visa process take in Nigeria? ›

Standard can take up to 6 days to process your application. Rush can take up to 4 days to process your application. Super Rush can take up to 2 days to process your application.

How much is immigrant visa fee in Nigeria? ›

In Nigeria, depending on your visa class, the majority of visa applicants will pay either $160, $190 or $265 at GT Bank.

How many months does it take to process a US visa? ›

The entire visa application processing takes somewhere between two weeks and four months, depending on the type of visa. Please check what visa category you are going to need to have enough time left for the application process.

How long does it take for immigrant visa interview? ›

All applicants can expect their immigrant visa interview process to last for three to five business days.

How long does it take for NVC to send case to Embassy? ›

If done correctly, the NVC Case Review time is typically between 1 and 4 months. Before the NVC can review your case, you must be sure to do the following: Pay all required fees. The fees vary depending on the type of visa and the petition type.

How long does it take to get scheduled interview after being Documentarily qualified in 2022? ›

After the NVC sends you this confirmation, then you can expect to wait between 2-6 months for the NVC to schedule you an interview at the U.S. consulate in your home country.

How do I know if NVC is reviewing my case? ›

If everything says “Paid,” “Complete,” “In Process,” or “Submitted,” that means NVC is reviewing your case.

How do I know if my visa is approved? ›

You can check the status of your visa application on If your visa has been denied, you may find useful information on Ineligibilities and Waivers on

Can visa processing time 2022? ›

Processing times for Canadian citizenship applications

By the end of 2022, IRCC projects it will be processing 75 percent of applications within 12 months of receipt.

Can an immigrant visa be denied? ›

If you are applying for an immigrant visa (lawful permanent residence) and get denied, the consulate will tell you why. A common reason for denial is that your application was incomplete and that further documentation is required to make a favorable decision.

How much does an immigrant visa cost? ›

Immigrant Visa Application Processing Fees (non-refundable, per person)
Immediate relative and family preference applications (processed on the basis of an approved I-130, I-600 or I-800 petition)$325.00
Employment-based applications (processed on the basis of an approved I-140 or I-526 petition)$345.00
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Which visa is easy to get in Nigeria? ›

Many surveys show that Lithuania, Estonia, Iceland, Finland, Latvia, and Poland are the easiest Schengen visa to get in Nigeria. But from our own experience, an applicant with excellent profiles always gets their Schengen visas.

Is it difficult to get a Nigerian visa? ›

It's quite easy to get this tourist visa, and you only need a few minutes to complete the visa application process and make the online payment. You don't need to go to a Nigerian embassy, the entire process is online, and you'll receive the tourist visa in your email.

How long after visa interview will I get my visa? ›

If you are found eligible to receive a visa on the day of the interview you should allow approximately 10-15 working days for your application to be processed.

How can I get US immigrant visa from Nigeria? ›

In general, a person who wishes to immigrate to the United States must have a petition approved by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) before applying for an immigrant visa. The petition is filed either by a qualified relative or a potential employer at a USCIS office in the United States.

How can I get US visa appointment fast? ›

Applying for an Expedited Appointment

Pay the visa application fee. Complete the Nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application (DS-160) form. If the Embassy approves your request then you will receive an email alerting you to schedule your expedited appointment online.

Is US visa available now? ›

Routine B1/B2 Appointments

The U.S. Mission to India resumed processing of routine in-person B1/B2 visas appointments starting in September 2022. Appointments for 2022 and 2023 filled quickly but we continue to open appointments as capacity allows. Please note, these appointments are not placeholder appointments.

Can Nigerian travel to USA now? ›

As a citizen of Nigeria, you are eligible to acquire the US B1/B2 Visa. Luckily, VisaExpress offers a digital and also presential process for this travel document. Keep in mind that this visa is necessary for business, tourism, and/or medical purposes.

What is the easiest US visa to get? ›

For many, a "B" visitor visa is the easiest and most appropriate one to get. (See 8 U.S. Code § 1101.) The B visa a nonimmigrant visa for persons desiring to enter the United States temporarily for business (B-1) or for pleasure or medical treatment (B-2).

Who can enter US without visa? ›

Nationals of Canada, Israel, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau and countries in the U.S. Visa Waiver Program may visit for up to 30 days without an entry permit. However, if arriving by air, they must apply online for an electronic authorization called "OK board", at least 48 hours before travel, for a fee of $20.

What questions do they ask at immigrant visa interview? ›

At the same time, you may feel anxious about your upcoming interview.
You can expect questions asking basic personal information such as:
  • What is your full name?
  • When is your birthday?
  • Where were you born?
  • What is your race?
  • Are you Hispanic or Latino?
  • What is your current address?
  • What is your phone number?
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How do you know if US visa is approved after interview? ›

At the end of your immigrant visa interview at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate, the consular officer will inform you whether your visa application is approved or denied. Visa approval - When approved, you will be informed how and when your passport and visa will be returned to you.

What should I wear to my immigration interview? ›

"Business casual" is a good rule of thumb. Avoid wearing jeans, shorts and t-shirts. A nice collar shirt or blouse for women is sufficient. Of course, you are welcome to wear a suit and tie if that's what makes you comfortable.

What next after NVC accepted documents? ›

If NVC determines you have paid the necessary fees, submitted the required immigrant visa application, Affidavit of Support, and supporting documents to NVC, you will receive an email that your case is documentarily complete and NVC will work with the appropriate U.S. Embassy or Consulate to schedule an appointment for ...

How long does it take to get an interview at U.S. Embassy? ›

On average, waiting times for an appointment are around two to three weeks – under normal conditions.

How long does it take to receive welcome letter from NVC? ›

Generally, the process of getting a welcome letter takes between 30 and 60 days. But people have seen delays of up to six months. There are a couple of reasons for the delay in getting a welcome letter from NVC.

When should I expect my interview after Documentarily qualified? ›

There will likely be several weeks between becoming “documentarily qualified” and receiving a visa interview appointment.

How can I speed up my NVC? ›

To request a review for expedite, please submit a scanned letter (or statement) to from a physician (or medical facility). The letter must include the physician's (or medical facility's) contact information, and declare a life or death medical emergency exists.

How long after interview is Documentarily qualified? ›

It can still be several weeks or months before hearing back from the NVC about an interview date. It generally takes 3-5 months for the NVC to process the application and an additional 1-2 months to schedule the interview.

How long does NVC take to review resubmitted documents 2022? ›

Document review takes 58 days

Source: NVC Timeframes page.

Why is NVC taking so long? ›

If the Embassy does not have any available slots, the case will remain warehoused at the NVC until slots become available. Depending on the volume of cases waiting for interview availability, this could take a long period of time.

How long does NVC take to process documents? ›

The National Visa Center processes most cases within 2.5 months, but timelines vary by case. You can learn read more about the NVC's processing times in our detailed article on how long application processing takes. The faster you start your application, the faster you will get a final decision from USCIS or the NVC.

Do you get an email when your visa is approved? ›

Yes. When your eTA is approved, you will receive an email confirmation.

How do I know if my visa is rejected? ›

Upon visa refusal, you will get a letter from the consulate stating the reason for refusal. This will help you reapply after a specific period of time by rectifying the mistake. Also, some of the consulate websites provide the visa status with the reason for rejection, if any.

How long can an Embassy hold your passport? ›

If the passport is not collected within 14 calendar days from the selected location, the passport will be sent back to the respective Embassy or Consulate and you can pick it from there.

How long does it take for a Nigerian to get a green card? ›

The processing time for the Immigrant Petition by Standalone Investor (Form I-526) for an EB5 Visa for Nigerian investors is between 29.5 to 61 months. The Immigrant Petition by Standalone Investor (Form I-526) is submitted to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

How long does it take to bring spouse to USA 2022? ›

Spousal Sponsorship I-130 Processing Time 2022

It will usually take anywhere from 7 to 24 months for USCIS to process and approve a spousal sponsorship visa. It can take an additional 6 to 10 months to get an immigrant visa to the US. Learn more about US Spousal Sponsorship.

What is the current wait time for US visa appointment? ›

Non-immigrant visa waiting period now exceeds 2 years

The waiting period for a non-immigrant visa is different for different Indian cities and for different visa categories.

How can I legally immigrate to USA from Nigeria? ›

In general, a person who wishes to immigrate to the United States must have a petition approved by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) before applying for an immigrant visa. The petition is filed either by a qualified relative or a potential employer at a USCIS office in the United States.

What is the easiest way to immigrate to USA? ›

Spouses of US Citizens

Being a US citizen's spouse is the fastest, easiest way to immigrate to the US. However, this is the most common source of immigration fraud. The law requires both spouses to file a joint petition two years later, proving the marriage is still valid to prevent immigration fraud.

How much is green card in Nigeria? ›

Employment application: $700. Diversity Visa (green card lottery): $330.
How much does it cost to apply for a green card?
Type of feeCost USD (NGN)Paid by
Processing$120 – $325 (43,449 – 117676 NGN)Applicant
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How long does it take to get a green card 2022? ›

It may take up to 90 days from the date you entered to receive your permanent resident card. You entered the U.S. using your immigrant visa, You paid the immigrant visa fee AFTER you entered, It may take up to 90 days from the date you made your payment to receive your permanent resident card.

What is the fastest way to bring my wife to USA? ›

Historically, family reunification has been the easiest and fastest way of bringing your loved ones to the United States.

How can I bring my Nigerian husband to USA? ›

If you are a U.S. citizen you have two ways to bring your foreign spouse (husband or wife) to the United States to live. They are: Immigrant visa for a Spouse of a U.S. Citizen (IR1 or CR1) - An immigrant Petition for Alien Relative, Form I-130 is required. Learn more.

Do you automatically get a green card when you marry a U.S. citizen? ›

In many cases, yes. Because marriage is a relatively easy route to permanent residence, USCIS grants conditional permanent residence for two years. After two years, you will need to file Form I-751 to remove the conditions of residence and to get a permanent green card.

How can I get US visa appointment immediately? ›

Applying for an Expedited Appointment

Pay the visa application fee. Complete the Nonimmigrant Visa Electronic Application (DS-160) form. If the Embassy approves your request then you will receive an email alerting you to schedule your expedited appointment online.

How long does it take to get a US visa interview appointment? ›

On average, waiting times for an appointment are around two to three weeks – under normal conditions.

How do I expedite immigrant visa interview? ›

You can generally request expedited processing by calling the USCIS Contact Center at 800-375-5283 (TTY 800-767-1833) or by asking Emma after you have obtained a receipt notice.

What is the easiest way to travel to USA from Nigeria? ›

The quickest way to get from Nigeria to United States is to fly which costs $460 - $1,800 and takes 14h 25m.

How much is a flight from Nigeria to USA? ›

Flights from Nigeria to the United States from USD 6,611*

What are the 4 types of visa? ›

Which type of visa do you need? Probably one of the four main types: tourist, immigration, student, or work.


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