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How do I get a Tanzanian visa as a Nigerian? Will I apply from the embassy or will I get it at the point of entry?

YES you need a visa..PROCEDURES FOR VISA APPLICATIONClick here to download Visa Application FormHOW TO APPLY FOR A NIGERIA VISAVisa section at the Nigeria High Commission Dar Es Salaam Tanzania, opens from 9am to 3pm Monday- Friday except during public holidays, both in Tanzania and Nigeria. A notice will be placed on the notice board during such holidays. Visa section can be reached on telephone Numbers: +255 754 256 660, +255 785 289 835 or through Email: [email protected] FOR VISA TO NIGERIANigeria High Commission Dares Salaam Tanzania is now on-line for completion of forms for Visa/Entry permit to Nigeria. However, payment is not yet online, you can pay through specified banks accounts hereunder.Forms will only be given to applicant with the following requirements:1. Valid passport for at least 6 months.2. Two Coloured passport size photographs 2 inch x 2 inch3. Invitation letter from a Nigerian inviting the applicant, accompanied by a photocopy of the data page of his/her Valid Nigerian E-Passport to confirm genuine and effective link or relationship.4. Non Tanzanian passport holders are required to attach a photocopy of their immigration status in Tanzania showing permanent Resident card or work permit.5. Introductory letter from work place of the applicant.Collection and submission of completed Visa forms/ Entry permit and issuance of processed Visa is from 9am to 3pm Monday - Friday, and this takes 2 working days from the date of submission, for collection.PAYMENT FOR VISA FEE.Payment for Visa fee is directly to the bank and not cash to the High commission. Applicants should note that, the commission operates two different accounts, Tanzania Shillings and USD. The Shillings account is for Tanzanian citizens and the USD is for foreigners and Tanzanians presenting other passports other than Tanzanian passportsTHE DETAILS OF THE DESIGNATED BANK FOR PAYMENT ARE AS FOLLOWS.NAME OF BANK============================ NBC Tanzania. TANZANIAN SHILLINGS ACCOUNT NO========= 012 103 020 047.DOLLAR US$ ACCOUNT NO================== 012 105 002 620.Please note: Payment may be made in any branch of the bank (NBC Bank). Tellers are collected and submitted along with duly completed Visa application forms.Below are Visa categories and requirements for Visa/ Entry permit to Nigeria.REQUIREMENTS:DIPLOMATIC VISAWHO QUALIFIESVisiting heads of State and their familiesTop officials of Government and their familiesDiplomatic and their familiesUN Diplomatic Passport holders and Laissers passezMembers of accredited Diplomatic MissionsMembers of accredited International nongovernmental organizationMembers of International organization Requirements for the issuance of Diplomatic/ Official VisaValid Diplomatic or official passportsNote VerbaleBUSINESS VISA:WHO QUALIFIES?Business men and investors coming to Nigeria for Business discussions.Requirements for the issuance of business Visa,a. Passport valid for at least 6 monthsb. Acceptance of IR (Immigration Responsibilities) -Invitation letterc. Introduction letter from the applicant companyd. A valid return tickete. While a - d above apply, self sponsored business men may not require letter of invitation but will be required to show evidence of sufficient funds.TOURIST/VISITORS VISA:WHO QUALIFIES?Persons wishing to visit Nigeria for the purpose of tourismIndividuals who wants to visit family membersMedical and religious purposeRequirements for the issuance of Tourist Visa,a. Passport valid for at least 6 monthsb. Valid Airline return ticketc. Evidence of sufficient fundsd. Evidence of Hotel Reservatione. Acceptance of IR (Immigration Responsibilities) -Invitation letterValidityNot valid for employmentTRANSIT VISA:WHO QUALIFIES?Travelers who are transiting through Nigeria for onward journeyRequirements for the issuance of Transit Visa,Applicants for transit visas must submit copies of their onward tickets and visa to their destinations.TEMPORARY WORK PERMIT VISA (TWP):WHO QUALIFIES?Expects invited by corporate bodies to provide specialized skilled services, as after sales installation, maintenance, repairs of machines & equipment .Requirements for the issuance of Temporary work permit (TWP)a. Passport with at least 6 months validityb. A cabled copy of Comptroller General of Immigration Service's approvalc. Confirmed Airline Return ticketSUBJECT TO REGULARIZATION (STR) VISA:WHO QUALIFIES?Expatriates employed by individuals, corporate bodies or government (i.e to take up employment in Nigeria)Requirements for the issuance of STR Visaa. Passport with at least 6 months validityb. Expatriate Quota Approval from Ministry of Interiorc. Five copies of letter of offer of employmentd. Five copies of letter of acceptance of offer by expatriatee. Five copies of credentials/ certificates and curriculum vitae, all vetted by a relevant official of Nigeria High Commission/ Embassy (English certificate translated copy where applicable)f. Evidence of payment (Bank Teller)VISA ON ARRIVAL (VOA):The Visa on arrival (VOA) this facility is available to frequently travelled High Net Worth investors and intending visitors who may not be able to obtain Visa at the Nigerian Missions/ Embassies in their countries of residence due to absence of Nigerian Mission in those countries or exigencies of urgent business travels.ELIGIBILITY:Frequently travelled Business Persons of international Repute.Executives of multi-national companiesHolders of United Nations Laissez-Passier.Holders of African Union Laissez-Passier.Holders of ECOWAS Laissez-Passier.Holders of any other official travel documents of other recognized International Organizations who intend to visit Nigeria.NOTE: Visa on Arrival is available to citizens of all countries except ECOWAS nationals who do not require visa to visit Nigeria and other countries which Nigeria has entered into Visa Abolition agreements.HOW TO APPLY FOR VISA ON ARRIVAL.STEP 1: Get Visa on Arrival Approval Letter.There are two methods to obtaining V.O.A Approval letter, applying through emails or person application by representative in Nigeria.APPLYING THROUGH EMAIL:NOTE: After Approval, a letter will be forwarded to your email with a copy sent to the airline stated in your application and Immigration Port of entry.APPLYING THROUGH YOUR REPRESENTATIVE IN NIGERIA:1. Contact your representative (Business Partners, Company representatives, Protocol/Liaison officer etc.) Applicant/Representative shall write an application letter to the Comptroller General of Immigration, NIS H.Q Abuja stating the following via this email address [email protected] of Applicant indication nationality.Passport number of applicant.Purpose of visitProposed date of visit.Proposed Port of entryFlight itineraryAddress in Nigeria or Hotel Reservation.Attach the following documents;Copy of Passport data page.Copy of Airline Return ticket Reservation.2. The representatives files a formal request for Visa on Arrival Approval on your behalf by writing an application letter to the Comptroller General of Immigration NIS HQ Abuja stating the following.Purpose of visit.Proposed AirlineAddress in NigeriaEmail address of the visitor.Acceptance of Immigration Responsibility.3. The representative shall attach the following documents in support of the application.Copy of visitors Passport data pageCopy of Airline Return ticket Reservation.NOTE: After an Approval letter is obtained, (Hard Copy) by your representatives, copies of the same document will be forwarded to the Airline stated in the application and Immigration Port of entry.STEP 2: PAY FOR VISA.Fill in the application form with your correct details and make timeline.The request shall be processed and approval issued within 48hours (2 working days).Payment online via NIS official website; payment may also be made at point of arrival subject to presentation of visa on Arrival. Approval letter; master card, visa and American express card are acceptable.STEP 3: Arrive at the port of entry and proceed for Immigration clearance. Upon arrival at the Port of entry proceed to the desk marked, "VISA ON ARRIVAL".For issuance of entry visa. Present the following documents in hard copy at the Port of entry,Visa Approval letter (Pre-approval visa letter). Valid for 14days from the date of issuance.Evidence of online Payment.Valid passport with minimum of six months validity.Two recent Passport size photographs.NOTE: Successful online payment is not approval. Applicant should not proceed to Nigeria until receipt of 'Visa on Arrival Approval letter'.All applicants must strictly comply with the applicable requirements otherwise the passport will be returned without Visa endorsement and the fee paid is non-refundable.In this case, an applicant may have to pay another fee to re-submit another application.Other services rendered to Nigerians living in Tanzania includes among others;(1) Emergency Travel Certificate (E.T.C)(2) Identification letterEMERGENCY TRAVEL CERTIFICATE (E.T.C).Eligibility:Nigerians residing in Tanzania whose Passport is expired or lost and children born in Tanzania by Nigerian parents and visiting Nigerian to Tanzania whose Passport got lost on transit.NOTE: The Emergency Travel Certificate (E.T.C) is to enable them travel to Nigeria and valid only for one journey to Nigeria.Requirements:Application letter.Photocopy of applicants Passport data page.Police report for loss of PassportTwo (2) Passport size photographsBirth certificate for children born in Tanzania by Nigerian ParentsMedical report may be invited for an interviewIDENTIFICATION LETTER:Eligibility:This facility is available to Nigerian residents in Tanzania whose passport is expired and children born in Tanzania by Nigerian Parents.NOTE: The identification letter is to enable them travel to Nairobi (Kenya) to re-issue their Passport or to get a fresh Passport (children born in Tanzania). Hence the installation of Passport machine in Tanzania is ongoing.Requirements:Application LetterPhotocopy of Passport data page.NOTE: This service is "FREE" for all Nigerians.NOTE THAT:1. It is always advisable for applicants to submit their application on time as it takes two working days to process a visa except STR which takes longer time.2. Visa fees, once paid is not-refundable. Applicants are therefore, advised to clear with the receptionist before payment.3. For non-Tanzanians, a resident permit is required to qualify you for a Visa to Nigeria.THE FOLLOWING TABLE LIST'S VISA APPLICATION FEES BY COUNTRIES ACCORDING TO TYPES AND CATEGORIES OF VISA APPLIED FOR, click here.

How was your US visa interview experience?

I booked the slot on 25–02–19 at US Embassy Lusaka with my India passport for B1/B2. here is my experience.Appointment time was 08:30 i reached there at 08:00 and there was so many people outside the entrance waiting for there turn, i handed over my passport and confirmation page to security personal who took them inside and after 15 minutes i was called to go through the security check. because i have been to other embassies so i know that mobile phone and any kind of luggage is not permitted in to premises so i left all my belongings in to my car and proceed to next step after security i was carrying only my passport and other documents to support my application.In counselor's section the first counter confirmed my appointment after checking my passport and confirmation page and refereed me to next counter where my finger print was taken and photograph was scanned. next was the interview officer so i was waiting in a queue of 12 people ahead of me. i was looking and listening the conversation of other people who were before me and this is when i realized that it is not as easy as for other countries visa because of so many rejections, many people was rejected despite having so many documents with them to support there case. after 40 minutes it was me on the final and last counter.Me : Good Morning ( giving my passport and confirmation page)Officer: Good morning, what is your purpose of travellingMe : I am going for vacation of 2–3 weeks with my friends who are all joining me from UK and Canada.Officer : For how long you’ve been staying in Zambia?Me : from past five years.Officer : Where do you work and what is your profile?Me: I work for XYZ Company serving as a Service Manager.Officer: What does your company do?Me: My company deal in home appliancesOffice : What is your Salary?Me: KXXXXOfficer: Are you also taking your family together.Me: No, i am planning to go with my friends only while my family will be still in Zambia.Officer: Which places you want to visit?Me: My major destination is Niagara falls but i will also go to some other places.Officer: Which other countries you been to apart from Zambia and India?Me: Tanzania and South AfricaOfficer: (after spending a few minute on her computer screen) Your Visa is approved please come and collect tomorrow 16:00.Me: Thank you so much.Remember one thing while they are asking you the questions they always busy with their computer screen and cross check the details provided by you while filling the online form. and i was wondering that she didn't even ask me to show any document while i also took my employment permit (Zambia), my payslip, bank statement, proposed travel itinerary, letter from employer, my CV, my marriage certificates and all my educational certificates/ mark-sheets but nothing was asked for. so overall my experience was good and got the visa in first attempt.The only thing bothered me that they spend lot of money to build the nice buildings and also on the security & other stuff but they can’t provide some nice space for the visitors to wait while waiting for security checks and to park their vehicles. some peoples including family of small kids was waiting more than an hour outside in hot for their turn to go in.

Where is the cheapest country to visit?

With the Indian passport ranked number 59, citizens can to 58 nations with out a visa or with visa on arrival. Indian tourists get a very crappy exchange rate when they travel abroad to popular tourist destinations where they have to be price conscious about everything. This led us to highlight some countries where the Indian rupee will make you feel rich. We've also added a bit of important travel information. Read on!*Note - Conversion rates may vary*1. BelarusVlad Podvorny1 INR = 268 Belarusian RublesVisa RequiredGood news for people who really want to experience Europe on a shoestring budget! This small former Soviet country is dirt cheap compared to its neighbours. On the downside however, there is not much to see unless you are a fan of nostalgic Soviet architecture and ambience. If you want to feel like you're in Russia but pay a lower price for it all, you've made the best decision of your life to come here.Some useful words: zdravstvujtie (means "hello", I'm not joking!), dziakuj (thank you), praklon (dammit!), bliadz (bitch!)What to look out for: Brest Fortress (I can tell you just got disappointed when you saw a different spelling).What to try: Draniki, which are thick pancakes made from grated potatoes with various stuffings served with sour cream.2. BoliviaDimitry B.1 INR = 0.11 BolivianoVisa not requiredThis landlocked South American country has a fascinating history along with a landscape of contrasts. You might want to brush up on your Spanish before going here.Some useful words and phrases: Hola! (hello), usted habla ingles? (Do you speak English), cojudo (dumbass), cua fea balla al mearda (*censored*).What to look out for: The Salar de Uyuni which is the world's largest salt flat.What to try: Cheese empanadas.3. CambodiaMike Behnken1 INR = 62 RielsVisa on arrival at main ports of entryAfter the reign of terror of the Khmer rouge, this southeast Asian nation has opened up to the world with temples and architecture that reflect the golden age of its ancient history.Some useful words: niak sohk sabaay te? (how are you?), sott dae ondoong binh duke hah yeung (my hovercraft is full of eels).What to look out for: The Angkor Wat Temple.What to try: Fish Amok, a fish mousse made with a special herb, ginger, lime and lemon grass paste.4. Costa RicaPatricia Ferguson HartmannSingle Entry Visa for 30 days1 INR = 8.07 ColonsThis Latin American country is a favourite destination for travellers who love a tropical setting with sun, sand and jungles. Ditch Goa for once and find your way to Costa Rica!Some useful words: Hola (Hello), vayase al demonio (go to hell).What to look out for: Costa Rica has amazing beach resorts. Just imagine Thailand in a Latin American setting.What to try: Refrescos Naturales, tropical fruit smoothies.5. IndonesiaRiza NugrahaVisa on arrival for 30 days1 INR = 215 RupiahIndonesia is an archipelago of more than a thousand islands and was one of India's largest trading partners in ancient times. Today, it is a country of contrasts with friendly people.Some useful words: Selamat Pagi (Good morning), terima kasih (thank you), goblok(dumbass), anjing (bitch).What to look out for: Bali and Java are great places to learn about the local culture and have some great beaches and tropical getaways.What to try: Nasi Goreng, Chinese style fried rice with anything you like (chicken, seafood, beef, egg) with curry and other spicy condiments.6. MongoliaMazzali1 INR = 30 TughrikSingle entry visa for stay up to 3 months.This country located in the Gobi desert has been home to nomads for centuries. Although they have adopted modern techniques, they still follow the lifestyles of their ancestors i.e. rearing horses and cattle as well as having cozy homes that are always on the move.Some useful words: Sain baina uu (hello), boovoo saa (*^$# yourself).What to look out for: Experience a homestay with nomads. It's like living on a farm in the desert.What to try: Mongolia is the place to go if you are a die-hard non-vegetarian. From mutton dumplings to mutton soup, you're cholesterol levels are very likely to skyrocket. You can get a hearty meal under Rs. 3007. NepalChristopher Carlisle Michel1 INR = 1.61 Nepalese RupeeNo visa requiredThis Himalayan nation is a popular haunt with Indian tourists due to its affordability and a chance to see the Himalayas close-up.Some useful words and phrases: Tapaaii lai kasto cha? (How are you?), sauchalaya kata chha (where's the toilet?), chahk (ass).What to look out for: A front row view of Mount Everest.What to try: Chatamari, a kind of Nepali pizza which is a rice crepe topped with minced meat, egg and seasonal vegetables.8. ParaguayMarissa Strniste1 INR = 84 GuaraniVisa requiredBolivia's southern neighbour, Paraguay, is also an interesting nation that reflects the mystique of the South American heartlands and the Amazon basin.Some useful words: Haku eterei! (It's hot!), che haku (I'm hot), ejapiro tuna ari (go *#@% off on a cactus).What to look out for: The lively waterfront area of Encarnación has earned a reputation as one of Paraguay’s major tourist destinations. Locals flock to the beach during the summer season (December to February), which is brought to a close by the biggest carnival in the country.What to try: Terere a traditional herb infused drink that has been around for a very long time.9. Sri LankaPOTIER Jean-Louis1 INR = 2.1 Lankan RupeesE-visa and visa on arrival available for Indian nationalsThis island is beautiful when it's not bogged down with political riots.Some useful words: oba ingreesi kathaa karanavadha? (do you speak English?),kiyeda meka? (how much is this), Hukkanna (*censored* - use it on a local and find out), Balli (bitch).What to look out for: Beaches, jungles, hills and tea gardens, Sri Lanka is just like Kerala. Excellent golf courses, if you play the sport.What to try: Lamprais, influenced by the Dutch Burghers, these are steamed rice balls wrapped in banana leaf with a filling of meat and a spicy shrimp paste.10. VietnamElena1 INR = 339 DongOnline visa available for Indian citizensThis country is always on the move. Find yourself on an intersection in Hanoi and the traffic doesn't seem to have any direction. The only way to survive is to weave your way to where you want to go.Some useful words and phrases: Hân hạnh gặp ông (good morning), giao thông nàylà điên (this traffic is #$%^ed up).What to look out for: Take a cruise on Halong Bay, it's the highlight of every holiday in Vietnam.What to try: Beef Pho, Beef noodle soup. Don't worry if you're a hardcore Hindu. Pork and chicken alternatives are available.11. TanzaniaDiana Robinson1 INR = 33 ShillingsVisa requiredHome to the vast wilderness of the Serengeti, Kilimanjaro, and beautiful species of animals, Tanzania is another African nation that is immensely attractive for nature loversSome useful words and phrases: habari za asubuhi? (how are you this morning?),jambo (hi!)What to look out for: An adventurous safari in one of the many national parksWhat to try: Samosas are very popular in Tanzania along with grilled meat, marinated beef and kumimina (rice bread)12. Sao Tome and Principehttp://davidstanleytravel.com1 INR = 326.85 DobraNo visa requiredThis archipelago country located off the western coast of Africa was once a Portuguese colony. Today it is a slowly developing eco-tourism destination with beautiful beaches, emerald rainforests, volcanic peaks and quaint fishing villages. The ideology of leve leve (taking it easy) is very much a part of everyday life.What to look out for: Relax on the beach, take in the charm, just wander the local bazaars for a trifle or two.What to try: Nothing is more local and homely as a hot plate of Feijoada, a bean stew with pork or fish.13. LaosMcKay Savage1 INR = 122 KipVisa on arrival - It costs US$40 and requires a filled application form as well as 2 passport photographs.Thailand and Vietnam's landlocked neighbor has become popular with many backpackers despite its very slow rate of development. The country boasts scenic views of the countryside and is home to ancient Buddhist temples and colonial architecture.Some useful words and phrases: Boh tong koun khoy! (leave me alone), jâo máa tae sai? (where are you from?)What to look out for: Luang Prabang, a World Heritage Site in north Laos, is definitely a must see!What to try: Lam Mak Hoong (spicy green papaya salad) and Larp (a spicy mixture of marinated meat or fish with a variable combination of herbs, greens, and spices)Credit goes to Indiatimes. You can find the link here. 13 Countries Where You Can Get The Most Bang For Your Rupee With Or Without A VisaHappy Journey.

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