After you have completed the steps on the Immigrant Visa Process on usvisas.state.gov, including paying the necessary fees and submitting the required immigrant visa application form (DS-260), Affidavit of Support, and supporting documents to the National Visa Center (NVC), they will review your file for completeness. Once your case becomes qualified for an interview, NVC will work with us to schedule an interview appointment for you.
You can learn more about the interview process on usvisas.state.gov.
All interviews are by appointment only. K visa applicants can schedule their appointments and pay the visa application processing fee on the CGI website. K visa applicants should not schedule their appointment until after they have received an Instruction package from the Consulate.
All visa applicants must have a completed medical report from a designated medical facility (the list of facilities is available here (PDF 104KB) ) before they are eligible for an interview. Medical reports from other medical centers will not be honored. A Medical Report is valid for six months from the date of the physical. Your medical report must still be valid by the time you travel, so you must plan accordingly. If your medical report will expire near the time of your interview, you are requested to get a new medical report completed to avoid slowing down the processing of your case. Click here for information for the medical report.
Effective October 1, 2016, applicants 15 years and older are required to take a gonorrhea test as part of the medical exam. The Basic Medical Examination fee charged to each applicant is:
- Applicants 15 years and above: N110,000.00 (includes cost of mandatory Urine NAAT test for gonorrhea)
- Applicants less than 15 years: N25, 000.00
All visa applicants must have a completed police report from ALL countries in which he or she has lived for more than six months when they were over the age of 16. It is the applicant’s responsibility to collect these reports from every country in which he or she has lived. The police report is valid for one year and must be valid by the time you travel, so plan accordingly. Click here for additional information on where to obtain a police report.