The Canadian Embassy in Nigeria is located in two important cities; Abuja and Lagos. The two embassies do offer the same set of services to those intending to travel from Nigeria to any of the cities in Canada. They are also representing the interest of the Canadian government in Nigeria. They are equally concerned with protecting the interest of Canadian citizens, who may be residing in Nigeria, in line with the laws of the Nigerian nation.
The Canadian Embassy in Nigeria has proven to be of immense help to most Nigerians in the past few years.
The Canadian Government has been able to promote its bilateral relationship with Nigeria via the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria. The Canadian Embassy in Nigeria is however not only catering to the needs of Nigeria alone; their services also cover two other countries vis-à-vis Sao Tome and Principe and Equatorial Guinea.
The diplomatic relationship between Nigeria and Canada that is being promoted by the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria was first established in 1962. The person at the helm of affairs at the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria is referred to as the High Commissioner.
Their Abuja office was opened in 1999. The High Commissioner holds sway in the Abuja office, while the Deputy High Commissioner manages the Lagos office of Canadian Embassy in Nigeria.
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Canada had also extended their presence in Nigeria to the city of Port Harcourt; an Honorary Consul was established in that city in 2004. Nigeria on the other hand has its High Commission opened in Ottawa, Canada since 1973.
The bilateral relationship between Nigeria and Canada has been waxing stronger since inception. This bilateral relationship is well promoted by the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria and the Nigerian embassy located in Ottawa, Canada. Nigeria is a strategic partner for Canada among sub-Saharan African nations.
Canadian Embassy Offices in Nigeria
The Canadian Embassy in Lagos is located at No. 4, Anifowose Street, Victoria Island. P.O. Box 54506, Ikoyi Station, Lagos, Nigeria. They can be called via 012715650. In Abuja, the Canadian embassy is located at 15, Bobo Street Maitama. P. O. Box 5144, Abuja Nigeria.
They can be reached via telephone also; just dial 094612900. Visa processing to Canada is not entirely difficult. The process you go through is determined by the kind of visa you seek.
The application form for visa can be downloaded online. It is required that Nigerians seeking entrance into Canada should provide their photographs and fingerprints if they are between the ages of 14 and 79. This is essential if they are applying for work permit, study permit or visitor visa.
How to Apply for the Canadian Online Visa
The application form can be filled electronically and then printed out. Relevant documents are expected to be added to the application form before submission. The applicant is expected to pay for both the biometric fees and the visa fees before processing can commence. The application can either be submitted via mail or in person.
The visa fee must be paid along with CVAC (Canada Visa Application Center) service charges. When going to the visa application center, the applicant is expected to go with all required documents, the completed application form, photographs and the international passport. At the Canada Visa Application Center, the applicant will be given tracking number with which to track the application progress online.