How Nigerians Can Get a Visa to Israel
Learn how Nigerians can get a visa to Israel in this article. We take you through all the necessary information required to procure a visa.
The State of Israel is a nation that is located in the Middle East, with the Mediterranean Sea to its southeast, and the Red Sea to its north. It is recognized by Jews, Christians, and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land, and most of its religious areas are in Jerusalem. Tel Aviv is the country’s financial hub, Israel’s own Lagos, that is, its financial hub, famous for its Bauhaus architecture and vibrant nightlife. Israel claims Jerusalem as its capital, but that claim is not yet recognized globally.
Types of Israeli Visa
- Immigration visa
- A/1 Temporary Resident visa
- /2 Student visa
- A/3 Clergy visa
- A/4 visa for spouses and children
- B/1 Work visa
- B/2 Visitor’s visa
These are the necessary requirements for a Visitor’s Visa to Israel.
- An international passport for not less than 6 months at the date of entry into Israel.
- Visa application fee of N5,000.00 (Five thousand Naira) only (non-refundable).
- Two passport photographs of good quality with a white background (5cm x 5cm).
- Proof of employment or business activity Eg. Employment letter, Business Incorporation/ Registration, and any other evidence of business undertaking.
- Statement of account for the past six months (Corporate accounts) plus six months for personal accounts. For Personal Accounts holders, only six months’ statements is needed. Corporate account holders must show evidence that they own the business and be signatories to this account.
- Proof of hotel reservation or accommodation arrangements with a host.
- Flight schedules that reflect the date of entry and exit from Israel.
- Other important documents to support your application, eg
- Medical cases must provide a letter of appointment with the hospital in Israel and a medical report from a hospital in Nigeria.
- Applicants traveling with their children under 18 years of age must provide their birth certificates endorsed by the Legal Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria.
- Other applicants are to provide evidence to support the reason for traveling.
- A completely filled and signed application for a visa to enter Israel.
- A copy of the applicant’s travel documents.
- Evidence of financial sustenance throughout the duration of the applicants stay in Israel (such as bank statements from the last three months)
Where To Go
Embassy of Israel Located in Abuja
Address: Plot 12, Mary Slessor Street, Off Udo Udoma Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja.
Tel: +234 9 3143170-4, 6739552, 6739551;
Fax: +234 9 3143177
Email Address: [email protected]
Official Website: http://abuja.mfa.gov.il
For more details, please visit the official website of the Israeli Embassy in Nigeria.
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