NIGERIA EXEMPTED FROM $15,000 VISA BOND RULE – US MISSION

Written by on November 25, 2020

THE UNITED STATES MISSION SAID ON TUESDAY NIGERIA WAS NOT INCLUDED IN THE UNITED STATES PILOT VISA BOND PROGRAMME ANNOUNCED BY THE OUTGOING DONALD TRUMP ADMINISTRATION.

THE US MISSION IN NIGERIA DISCLOSED THIS IN A STATEMENT ON ITS WEBSITE.

THE RULE WHICH TAKES EFFECT ON DECEMBER 24 REQUIRES TOURIST AND BUSINESS TRAVELLERS FROM SOME COUNTRIES TO PAY AS MUCH AS $15,000 TO VISIT THE US.

IT TARGETS COUNTRIES, PARTICULARLY IN AFRICA, WHOSE NATIONALS REGULARLY FLOUT DIRECTIVES ON B-2 VISAS FOR TOURISTS AND B-1 VISAS FOR BUSINESS TRAVELERS.


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