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Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Washington

Address1333 16th Street NW
Washington DC 20036
USA
Phonelocal: (202) 986.8400
international: +1.202.986.8400
Faxlocal: (202) 775.1385
international: +1.202.775.1385
Emailowolabi@nigeriaembassyusa.org
Web sitehttp://www.nigeriaembassyusa.org/

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Kemi
Fri, 27 Feb 2015 22:57 EST
Passport renewal
Will you be coming to Dallas anytime soon between now and April 2015' ? If yes please give exact dates and venue, if not when should we be expecting you in Texas area? I would like to renew my Nigerian passport. It's expiring soon. Thank you.
Simon Michael
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 10:00 EST
my invitation letter to come visit USA as not been approve
Mrs Sanedra Scott sent invitation letter to me to come visit her in Houston Texas United States of America but I haven't receive approval of the letter from embassy please help me out my phone number is +2348141847523.

Here is her contact
Phone +1 281-995-0393
Email Curtissanedra@yahoo.com
Mr. Charles M Blair Jr.
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 15:23 EST
request
I need to speak with some one incharge at the Nigerian Embassy please contact me at 7159130109 thank you
Chelle Depass
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 19:21 EST
My husband and his mom have unable to get back to the states due to thieves at the airport demnading money for things that already been paid for like the ticket the passport, the latest one is a faulty plane and he had to come up with $1200 to fly on a private plane to come home to Austin Texas. I have contacted the Embassy in NYC and no response. No I am reaching out to this site for some answers. mdepass5979@yahoo.com please contact me. Im at my witts end
Dr. Ikegulu
Wed, 17 Dec 2014 07:32 EST
Passport Renewal
The Consulate's listed email address is not functional and I wonder why.
Mark DuPriest
Fri, 14 Nov 2014 05:38 EST
Nigerian Consular Services not answering their email
Nigerian Consular Services not answering their email.
No phone number listed. Email from "Contact US' list, after 5 business days not a single reply when the message was marked URGENT.
I am not happy with this poor service.
Joke Badru
Sat, 1 Nov 2014 08:29 EDT
name change
Hello, I am currently living in the state, got married and changed names on all my documents, except my Nigerian passport as I have been told I have to go to Nigeria to change the name on my passport. I'm wondering why that is because shouldnt the embassy be representing our Country? Wonder who makes all these decisions?
samuel
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 18:00 EDT
passport renewal by mail
The Federal Government of Nigeria should be able to renew passport for Nigerians who are resident abroad by mail. Whatever abuse that can impede that option should be removed with the aid of advanced technology. Please consider it seriously. You can borrow a leaf from countries doing it presently. Thank you and God bless.
Adiya Preston
Thu, 14 Aug 2014 00:50 EDT
Kidnapped Girls
I see you guys actually believe everything you hear in the media.Have you thought about the cost of feeding, sanitation and accommodating 300 some girls in the north of Nigeria? i don't suppose they will be surviving on fresh air and water. Wise up people,its called "Politics", an oxfam jigsaw to those who know nothing on how nations conquer.lets wait on the media for a release day then shall we ,or perhaps in a country like Nigeria 300 some girls can be kidnapped indefinitely..who knows.
DIPLOMAT DR.MRS. MODESTINE J. HOWARD- ONYEBUSCHI
Fri, 1 Aug 2014 23:45 EDT
PATRICK AND I WERE MARRIED IN HOUSTON , TXAS IN THE EARLY 80'S WHEE HE THEN ABANDON ME FOR THE LAST 3O0 ODD YEARS
PLEASE RESPOND

DIPLOMAT DR. MRS. MODESTINE J. HOWARD-ONYEBUSCHI

MHOWARD07@MAIL.ROOSEVELT.EDU

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