In addition to visa applications the commission is also opening some English testing centres to allow persons who have to complete the English test requirements do so accordingly.
In a series of tweet it explained thathat for new applications, they aim to assess within its normal standard, but there may be done delay, it noted.
“Staff Abdul customer safety remains our top priority with COVID -19 preventive measures in place.
“Our focus now is to deliver our services safely and effectively”, they added.
The office had previously been closed to services of various forms as various countries around the globe lock down suspended all non essential services as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Visa Application Centres (VACs) are resuming services in Nigeria from 28 July.
You must have an appointment to visit a VAC and will not be admitted without one. To book visit here:
— UK in Nigeria?? (@UKinNigeria) July 14, 2020
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