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AddressNo. 4A, Plot 2232 B, Rio Negro Close
off Yedseram Street
Maitama, Abuja
Phonelocal: (09) 780.9379
international: +234.9.780.9379
Faxlocal: (09) 782.2671
international: +234.9.782.2671
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HoursMonday - Friday: 0830 - 1630

Visa applications: 0930 - 1230
Visa collection: 1600 - 1700
NotesAccredited to:

  • Republic of Benin
  • Republic of Cameroon
  • Republic of Chad
  • Republic of Equatorial Guinea
  • Republic of Gabon
  • Central African Republic

» Can I visit Malaysia without a visa?

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Fri, 17 Mar 2017 04:30 EDT
Visa to Malaysia
I had been travel to Singapore and Cambodia last year for business. Recently I plan to go Malaysia. I applied Malaysia visa and rejected. They never told me the reason why reject? Is that possible to apply the visa again and how long I can apply again after rejected?
Please inbox me
Michael Olanisimi
Wed, 1 Mar 2017 16:55 EST
Have you tried to Move to Canada?
I have read several posts online of people that have been defrauded by trying to process entry permit to Canada. Many online banners advertises Canada visa lottery and many people had fallen victim of this trick.

To start with, Canada does not have visa lottery program. Any online ads or website promising a successful Canada visa lottery application is nothing but a fraud. The major way to migrate to Canada is by Education or Skilled Migrant program. There are several advertisements also on Canada Skilled Migrant program and this is where a lot of people have lost their money. What agent will not tell you is that this program is mainly for professionals’ e.g Doctors Nurses, Engineers, Lawyers, Architect and so on. They don’t also tell you that you have less than 50% chance to get a skilled migrant visa because it is highly competitive and Canadian government have limited number of people to be admitted globally per year. They don’t also tell you that the program is expensive and takes a lot of time before you can get through with it if you are lucky to be selected and that you need a good IELTS Score. Agents will promise you a 100% chance to get your money only to reveal the truth afterwards.

Whether you are an American or Nigerian, the easiest way to migrate to Canada is through Academic or Study Visa. First with Study Visa in Canada, you are entitled to get a work permit, you are allowed to bring in your spouse and he/she will be entitled to an open work permit and lastly you can get a Canadian Permanent residency after your study.

So if your main aim of travelling to Canada is purely immigration to settle in Canada, We encourage that you apply through a diploma program first because diploma programs are cheaper and easier to apply for, Diploma programs have lesser requirements, Diploma programs in Canada runs all year round. Most Diploma programs takes 1 year with maximum of 2 years and you can get your residency upon completion of the program. If you wish to obtain a University degree in Canada but cannot afford the fee, we recommend Diploma program for you. With the Diploma program, you can get permanent Residency after 2 years which means you can attend College at cheaper price rather than as international students. You can also get an high paying job with your Diploma Certificate to finance you College Degree.

Below are some Available Diploma programs and the average annual salary.

Diploma in Insurance and Financial Advisory Services
Diploma in Food Service Management
Diploma in Creative Arts: Art and Design Profile
Diploma in Special Care Counselling
Diploma in Early Childhood Education
Diploma in Computer Science - Administrative Data Processing
Diploma in Professional Cooking
Diploma in Accounting and Management Technology
Diploma in Business Management
Diploma in Fashion Marketing
Diploma in Tourism Techniques
Diploma in Fashion design
Diploma in Hotel Management Techniques
Diploma in Computer Science - Network Management
Research and Development – Food and Pharma Diploma Program
Diploma in Interactive Media Design
Business Administration Diploma in Hospitality Management
Travel, Tourism and Flight Attendant Preparation Diploma
Flight Attendant Preparation Diploma
Business Administration Diploma
Hospitality Management and Flight Attendant Preparation Diploma
Business Administration Diploma in Travel and Tourism Management
Diploma in Core Fashion Design
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technician - Manufacturing
Applications Developer Diploma
Diploma in Makeup Artistry
Justice Studies Diploma – Youth Justice
Diploma in Business - Accounting
Physiotherapy Assistant/Occupational Therapy Assistant Diploma
Food Technology, Safety and Quality Diploma
Justice Studies Diploma – Correctional Studies
Addictions Services Counselling Diploma
Business Administration Diploma
Justice Studies Diploma – Law Enforcement
Law Clerk Diploma
Diploma in Digital Filmmaking
Computer Information Systems
Information Technology
Criminal Justice (formerly known as Police and Security)
Customer Service Management
Diploma in General Arts and Science - Liberal Studies
Accounting & Payroll Administrator Diploma
Social Work
Electronic Music Artist
Diploma in Body Spa Aesthetics
Diploma in Graphic and Digital Design
Diploma in Computer Programmer
Fashion Business and Management
Diploma in Digital Film Production
Diploma in General Arts and Science
Hospitality Management – Hotel and Resort
Information Technology Professional Diploma
Video Game Design & Development Diploma
Diploma in Business-Accounting
Business Accounting
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Wed, 18 Jan 2017 04:10 EST
Thu, 5 Jan 2017 06:08 EST
student visa
Hi guys how much will it cost me for a malaysia student visa . ticket and all the documents...Please it's urgent
Mon, 12 Dec 2016 02:56 EST
Please who needs the NDLEA clearance letter? Do everybody travelling to Malaysia need the clearance letter? Reply via
Wed, 7 Dec 2016 04:32 EST
visa requirements
please have gotten an admission to international Islamic university Malaysia for PHD, 6 yrs ago, I completed my MSc in same school, do I still need to get the NDLEA letter. kindly email me on
Wed, 19 Oct 2016 04:32 EDT
i just don't know it takes so much time for National Drug Law Enforcement Agency to assign me a clearance certificate. i've gone through the whole process, and for the past 3 months now it's not yet out. please what should i do next cos i've been to the embassy and they told me that the NDLEA clearance certificate is mandatory. someone with a solution should pls contact me ........ 08163520266 or , thanks.
prince eric
Mon, 10 Oct 2016 06:20 EDT
current visa requirement to Malaysia in Nigeria
good day All,

am a new bee to this site but i love the good response.

please i just got my admission letter from a Malaysian university and immigration letter.

please what documents do i need to present at the embassy as am heading to abuja tomorrow to apply for a visa

reply to
Tue, 20 Sep 2016 21:44 EDT
Am applying for admission in a school and I was asked to provide eligibility letter from my embassy in Malaysia. How do I get it and how much will it cost me? Pls inbox me
Dr Emmanuel Udontuk
Sun, 18 Sep 2016 21:01 EDT
Appointment REp Confirm
Please Confirm Appointment letter of Dr Judah Joseph Bassey of Keygate Solution, Akwa ibom state, By Tu-e Capital Berhard Malaysia AS REP. OR Partners in Nigeria.

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