We’ll Soon Resume Visa Services In Nigeria – British High Commission

The British High Commission said UK visa application centres were reopening in a phased manner globally and it is working to reopen the one in Nigeria.

British High Commission visa application centres have been closed globally since the outbreak of COVID-19 / Photo credit: traveloutng.com
British High Commission visa application centres have been closed globally since the outbreak of COVID-19 / Photo credit: traveloutng.com

The British High Commission has announced that it’s working to reopen its visa application centre in Nigeria

British High Commission visa application centres have been closed globally since the outbreak of COVID-19.

In a statement shared via its official twitter handle on Thursday, British High Commission said UK visa application centres were reopening in a phased manner globally and it is working to reopen the one in Nigeria.

The statement read, “We know there are many Nigerian nationals hoping to be able to travel to the UK when flights resume, both for employment and to see family members.

UKVI are working closely with TLS Contact, our commercial partner, to reopen visa application centre services that were suspended due to COVID-19.

The Commission said it was working with its partner to reopen in Nigeria, adding that details of visa application centre will be communicated soon.

“UK visa application centres are reopening in a phased manner globally, when it is safe to do so and when we can operate an effective service.

“TLS Contact are putting appropriate measures in place and working hard to reopen in Nigeria. We will share the details of when VACs will reopen soon”, the statement read.

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