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Countries Your Nigerian Passport Can Get You Into Visa-free

Discussion in 'Guide, Tips & Tricks' started by Admin, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. Admin

    Admin Administrator

    Your international passport is an essential travel document that identifies you as a citizen of your country and provides some basic information about you. Depending on how powerful the passport of your country is, you may not require a visa to visit a certain number of countries.

    Henley & Partners, a global leader in residence and citizenship planning which helps with immigration around the world ranks the Nigerian passport as the 89th most powerful in the world. This is shown in its Henley Passport Index.

    So, which countries can you enter visa free if you hold a Nigerian passport. See the list and regions of the world next:

    List of Countries You Can Enter Visa-free with a Nigerian Passport*

    Asia


    Bangladesh

    Maldives

    Timor-Leste

    Africa


    Benin

    Burkina Faso

    Cameroon

    Cape Verde Islands

    Chad

    Comores Islands

    Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

    Djibouti

    Gambia

    Ghana

    Guinea

    Guinea-Bissau

    Kenya

    Liberia

    Madagascar

    Mali

    Mauritania

    Mauritius

    Mozambique

    Niger

    Rwanda

    Senegal

    Seychelles

    Sierra Leone

    Somalia

    St. Helena

    Tanzania

    Togo

    Uganda



    Oceania


    Cook Islands

    Fiji

    Micronesia

    Niue

    Palau Islands

    Samoa

    Tuvalu

    Vanuatu


    Caribbean

    Barbados

    Dominica

    Haiti

    St. Kitts and Nevis


    Middle East

    Iran

    Lebanon

    *As compiled by Henley & Partners, individual countries reserve the right to change their immigration policy at any time. Conduct your due diligence before embarking on any international travel. We are sharing this only for informational purposes and do not accept any liability related to using the information.

    source: opinions.ng
     
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