How Nigerians Can Get a Visa to Belarus
Learn how Nigerians can get a visa to Belarus in this article. We take you through all the necessary information required to procure a visa.
The Republic of Belarus is a country covered in mostly land and located in Eastern Europe.
Belarus is famous for a kind of architecture credited to the Stalin period, with grand fortifications and primeval forests. It covers a total area of about 207,600 square kilometers with an estimated population of about 9,498,700 people.
Its capital is Minsk, where landmarks like the KGB Headquarters that appears over Independence Square, and a museum called the Museum of the Great Patriotic War that marks the country’s role in WWII.
Types of Belarusian Visas
- Transit visa (type B)
- Short-term visa (type C)
- Long-Term visa (type D)
These are the necessary requirements for a short-term visa (type C), valid for up to 90 days with the right of single, double, or multiple entries and the right to stay for up to 90 days for business purposes.
- An original letter of visa support of a legal body, issued on the letterhead. The letter must contain the full name of the organization, its location, and telephone number, and the obligation of the legal body to ensure the foreign citizen adheres to all the rules of stay in the Republic of Belarus, sealed by the legal body.
- In case it is necessary to supervise the activity of a representative office of a foreign enterprise in the Republic of Belarus or to carry out activities, directly connected to the work of this office, a short-term business visa can be given to the managers and employees of this office or foreign organization. The foreign organization which has established this office, on the basis of the original application of the foreign enterprise office in the Republic of Belarus will issue on a letter-headed paper the following: its full name, location, and telephone number, and the obligation of the representative office to ensure a foreign citizen strictly adheres to the rules of stay in the Republic of Belarus, sealed by the representative organization.
- An original letter of visa support of a Belarusian legal body; a document, that proves that it is necessary to embark on multiple visits to the Republic of Belarus during the requested period of visa validity, i.e. a copy of a contract (cooperation agreement) between a Belarusian legal organization and a foreign citizen or foreign entity where he/she works, that confirms the existence of stable business connection, or document of a Belarusian legal entity (in addition to the founding documents), confirming that the foreigner is a founder of a Belarusian commercial organization or is employed by a foreign company, that has established the commercial organization in Belarus.
Where To Go
Embassy of The Republic of Belarus in Abuja
For more details regarding all types of Belarusian visas, please visit the official website of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Nigeria.
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