Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Belarus Visa Requirements & Fees For Nigerian Citizens 2018



This article contains vital information about Belarus visa
requirements and fees for Nigerian Citizens planning to travel to Belarus.


Belarus is one of the countries located in Eastern Europe, Its capital and largest city is called Minsk.

Nigerian passport holders are advised to visit the Embassy of 
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Belaru in Nigeria for more information and further instructions.

Belarus Visa Requirements & Fees For Nigerian Citizens

Belarus is a landlocked European country with a population of about 9 million people. The country was once a part of the Soviet Union.


Q: Types Of Belarus Visa?
  • 1. Study Visa
  • 2. Transit Visa (Type B)
  • 3. Short Term (Type C)
  • 4. Long Term (Type D)
  • 5. Tourist Visa

Q: How Much Is Belarus Visa Application Fees In Nigerian Naira?

All types of Belarus visa will costs €60 Euro,that's approximately ₦ 26,000 per person for all types of visas.
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Legalization of each document costs €35 Euro (₦15,000)

Q. Belarus Visa Processing Time?

A visa will be issued within 5 working days,express visas are issued within 2 working days (up to 48 hours).

Q: Belarus General Requirements For Visa For Nigerian Citizens?

Endeavor to know that you are expected to meet the following requirements during your visa application,extra documents might be required depending on the type of Belarusian visa your looking for.


  • 1. Most often a Belarus visa will be issued after the submission of required documents including the payment of visa fees,you will also be interviewed.
  • 2. A visa will be issued within 5 working days,express visas are issued within 2 working days.
  • 3. You must physically visit the Embassy to submit all your documents,as usual your visa fees are non refundable.
  • 4. The Belarusian embassy does not work with any agent,you are advised to visit the Belarusian Embassy closest to you for any questions.
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  • 5. You should also note that the visa application requirements depends on the type of visa your applying for,generally the following documentation will be required while applying for a visa:-
  • (a) Application Form
  • (b) Photograph
  • (c) Payment
  • (d) Medical Insurance
  • (f) International Passport (with 2 blank visa pages & 90 days minimum validity).
  • 6. The photograph used for the visa application must be taken within the last 6 months.
  • 7. All applicants must present a medical insurance during visa application,the amount of emergency medical coverage should not be less than €10,000 - €12.000 Euros),the insurance coverage letter must be included. Also note that the medical insurance can be issued by any Nigerian insurance company.

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  • 8. Your bank statement for the last half a year will be need and also a hotel room reservation for the period of stay in Belarus,the letter should be from the hotel with the confirmation of reservation.
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  • 9. A round trip booked ticket.
  • 10. A statement from the place of work might be needed depending on the type of visa.
  • 11. Test certificate legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria and a Police character certificate legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria and also a Police deportation certificate legalized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria.
  • 12. Nigerians seeking for a student visa should  Notarized original copies of certificates at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,photocopies should be notarized also.
  • 13. Notarized copy of birth certificate will be needed.
For more detailed information contact the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Nigeria located in Abuja with the following contact details:  

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1866, Deng Xioping Street
Plot 2148,
Asokoro, Abuja.
Phone:
+234) 809 234 9576
+234) 902 692 8842
E-mail:
nigeria@mfa.gov.by

Work Days: Monday to Friday
9:00 am - 12:00 am > processing of inquiries
02:00 pm - 03.00 pm > issuance of documents
12:00 am – 1:00 pm > interviews







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