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Price Of International Passport In Nigeria

Nuelson Penuel Sunday, August 13, 2023 Basis

 

Introduction

As of my last update, the price of an international passport in Nigeria varies depending on the type of passport and the number of pages. The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) offers two main types of passports: the standard e-passport and the official/diplomatic passport.

Standard Passport

For the standard passport, the current prices are as follows: 1. 32-page passport: - Fresh application: ?25,000 (Twenty-five thousand Naira) - Renewal/re-issue: ?15,000 (Fifteen thousand Naira) 2. 64-page passport: - Fresh application: ?35,000 (Thirty-five thousand Naira) - Renewal/re-issue: ?20,000 (Twenty thousand Naira) ALSO READ: procedures for applying for international passport in Nigeria

Official/Diplomatic Passport

For the official/diplomatic passport, the prices are higher due to additional security features. The current prices for the official/diplomatic passport are as follows: 1. 32-page official/diplomatic passport: - Fresh application: ?35,000 (Thirty-five thousand Naira) - Renewal/re-issue: ?20,000 (Twenty thousand Naira) 2. 64-page official/diplomatic passport: - Fresh application: ?70,000 (Seventy thousand Naira) - Renewal/re-issue: ?40,000 (Forty thousand Naira) It is important to note that these prices may be subject to change, and it is always recommended to check with the Nigerian Immigration Service or visit their official website for the most up-to-date information. In addition to the passport fee, there are also other charges that may apply during the application process, such as the online processing fee and bank charges. These vary depending on the passport office or embassy where you submit your application. It is advisable to plan ahead and allocate additional funds for any miscellaneous expenses that may arise during the passport application process, such as transportation, passport photographs, and photocopying fees.

Conclusion

Remember, it is always best to confirm the current prices and requirements with the Nigerian Immigration Service to ensure you have the accurate and up-to-date information before proceeding with your passport application.

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