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This article is a comprehensive guide on how to apply for Armenia visa in Nigeria. We will be highlighting every valuable aspect, dishing out every necessary detail involving everything you need to know about as regards the small European nation of Armenia, how Nigerians can apply for and get a visa for Armenia in Nigeria, including where to and how to apply for Armenia visa. We will also be informing you of all the mandatory documents required by the embassy or representatives of Armenia here in Nigeria, and also how much an Armenia visa costs.
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— The “Asian-European” Nation
Although an European country, The Republic of Armenia (or simply Armenia) is a small country that was part of the Soviet Union. It lies between the mountainous region between Asia and Europe. This area is often referred to as Eurasia.
The capital of Armenia is Yerevan, which is also known as the largest city in the country. Though the country is well popular for it’s religiosity and religious influx, there are certain opportunities available for foreigners moving to the country for schooling or work purposes. Christians and people from many other different religions also visit the country for a view of the world-famous mount Ararat where it is believed that Noah’s ark rested after the Biblical great flood. The Mountain and many more religious and historical monuments serve as a source of tourism and income for the country, so tourists and business men and women are also welcome.
Up next, we’ll be informing you about all that is required from you by the Armenia embassy and representative here in Nigeria before you will be issued a visa for Armenia. Keep reading.
Types of Armenian Visa
The following are the various types of visa you can apply for in Nigeria, as a Nigerian
- Tourist visa
- Visitor visa
- Transit visa
- Media visa
- Official visa
- Diplomatic visa
The following documents are essential. They are required (original and authentic copies only) by the embassy, consulate, or representatives of Armenia here in Nigeria. Without any of the documents we have listed here be sure to have your application rejected. There is no way around it.
- A completely filled and signed visa application form which can be obtained and submitted at the country’s visa application and collection office, embassy, or consulate
- A valid international passport is mandatory
- Recent passport photos, preferably colour photographs
- Birth certificate (and marital certificates if any)
- An invitation letter from a resident of Armenia, or the organization of intended visit in Armenia, if you’ll be going to the country based on invitation
- Hotel reservation and flight booking documents
- A compulsory non-refundable visa application fee of $30
- Other essential documents that can support your Armenia visa application and travel such as police clearance, medical certificate, admission letter, bank statement of account, etc
Kindly note that it is important to make use of Latin letters when filling any documents during the course of your Armenia visa application.
Where can I apply?
Believing that that is your next question and pending line of action after you must have compiled and arranged all the necessary documents we listed above, we would suggest that you go straight to the embassy, consulate, or representatives of Armenia here in Nigeria. But as at the time of writing this article, there are no known embassies, consulates, or representatives of Armenia in Nigeria. Any chance existing visa application offices for Armenia in the country right now are completely fake and invalid, and going to them will be a waste of your time, money, and a loss of some of your important documents.
The only way around it is to go to the representatives of Armenia in our neighbouring African countries whose addresses we have provided below.
Honorary Consulate of Armenia
01 B.P. 816 Abidjan 01
Tel: (225) 35-60 -35
Embassy of the Republic of Armenia
20, Mohammed Mazhar Str., Zamalek, 11211 Cairo, Egypt
Tel.: (20 2) 27374157, 27374159
Fax: (20 2) 27374158
E-mail: [email protected]
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