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British flag Consulate-General of the United Kingdom in Lagos

Address11 Walter Carrington Crescent
Victoria Island
Lagos
Nigeria
Phonelocal: (01) 261.9531
international: +234.1.261.9531
Faxlocal: (01) 261.4021
international: +234.1.261.4021
Emailconsular.lagos@fco.gov.uk
Web sitehttp://ukinnigeria.fco.gov.uk/en/

» Can I visit the United Kingdom without a visa?

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ABAYOMI TELLA
Thu, 27 Aug 2015 11:27 EDT
VISA FEES
kINDLY FURNISH ME WITH THE PRESENT VISA FEE OF FIVE AND TEN YEARS VISAS FOR UNITED KINGDOM.
okafor blessing ojiugo
Tue, 18 Aug 2015 14:37 EDT
missing documents
pls i plead that my official letter should be returned back to me.i ve sent mails since and im yet to grt responce.please reply
Oladele Amotho Janet
Mon, 17 Aug 2015 04:45 EDT
Missing document (birthday certificate)
I attended the interview on Friday 3 July 2015 with my document for a renewed visa at Teleperformance Churchgate Tower Victoria Island Lagos after the 15 working days I went back for collection.I checked for my passport and I left few days later when I went through my document I discovered that my birthday certificate was missing.Kindly help to get it as this is my original certificate.Thanks
mariam
Fri, 7 Aug 2015 15:39 EDT
how to apply for an appointment in the british embasssy
how do i apply for an interview with the embassy because i am going on a visit
RAFIU BOLA ABUDU
Tue, 28 Jul 2015 03:40 EDT
MY REFUSAL LAGOS/5459473
sir am not confortabel with disestion sir if look at my record i hav never invorb in eny criminar act in yr country i also a menbar an well know orgarnstion in u k YORUBA PROWESS ORG also a police ofiicer here in nig sir pls use yr good office to rivice yr disetion sir am looking forward tohere from u thank u
Alwyn
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 03:52 EDT
Visha problem
Tonia sanders save ...me nigeriya robbers country she struck nigeriya still 1 off years face problem Nigeria ..nobody care uk woman ..uk embassy unicef hospital uk government ...nobody one woman life struck nigeriya she cum unicef camp in 2014 June now days she can't back uk ...no safety ninigeriya uk woman plss save embassy uk in Nigeria ...uk government carless her country woman if people any country struck people government not help she not work no money save nigeriya .....
Tonia sanders
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 03:44 EDT
Visha problem
My visha expired nigeriya am still struck nigeriya robbers country am work not work permit nigeriya still one year struck uk embassy no respond ...how visha money asked 600 dollars I dnt have money how go back uk plss call my namber save mee 2348182248231 uk carol..447447937465769
Alwyn
Mon, 29 Jun 2015 03:37 EDT
Visha problem
My friend unicef camp she cum nigeriya ...some she can't go uk ..she struck nigeriya ..because hospital visha expired she working no permit how she back uk she dnt visha pay money she struck nigeriya ...tonia sanders..u k embassy not protect nigeriya robbers country ...one year struck nigeriya ..how go back uk ....h
kate
Thu, 25 Jun 2015 22:41 EDT
romy geraldo
pessoal gostaria de saber se alguem passando golpe com este nome? ele fala que é sozinho e tem um filho com nome de principe ...por favor me deem uma resposta
PAUL GODFREY
Thu, 25 Jun 2015 22:24 EDT
STUDY ABROAD IN PHILIPPINES
STUDY ABROAD IN THE PHILIPPINES ON AMERICAN CURRICULUM AT VERY LOW FEES
As a Nigerian living in the Philippines, I have got an official contract with some universities in the Philippines to enroll Nigerian students and other foreign students in the Philippine universities for studies. As an American colony, the Philippines is an English-speaking country that follows American system of education. It borders with Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, China, etc. The Philippine visa is less expensive, and takes 1-2 weeks to be secured. Cost of living and accommodation are equally very low.

Average tuition fee in government universities:
• Medicine….N240,000 per semester.
• Nursing Science…N80,000 per semester.
• Other Arts and Science courses…N34,000 per semester.
Average tuition fee in private universities:
• Medicine…N300,000 per semester.
• Nursing Science….N110,000 per semester.
• Other Arts and Science courses…N55,000 per semester.
• Special courses like Marine Engineering, Marine Transportation, Criminology, Custom Administration, etc in Maritime universities are also available.
• Online Programs in different courses are also available.
• You can study online with our partnered universities while still in Nigeria.
NB:
• All courses are offered in our partnered universities in the Philippines.
• You will pay school fees by yourself after you must have started classes here in the Philippines.
• Admission processing fee is paid after you have received your admission letter and visa-supporting documents, but with the condition of working with our partner in Abuja.
• Beware that some Nigerians are claiming on facebook and other social media that they work with me. They are not my partners—please, be careful, to avoid being defrauded.
• I am not an agent but a partner with the Philippine universities, and the Philippine adminstrative representative of REVO INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Benin Republic Campus and Nigerian Campus.
To apply for the ongoing admission for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate courses, or you want to transfer to a Philippine university as an undergraduate student, contact me on:



Best regards,
Mr. Paul Godfrey

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