The U.S. Embassy in Nigeria will reopen this Friday after a 10-day closure and resume services for visa applicants and American citizens. The embassy closed last week for undisclosed reasons and applicants were temporarily redirected to the U.S. Consulate in Lagos.
According to a new announcement posted Monday on the U.S. Embassy’s website:
BAL Analysis: The reopening of the embassy will relieve visa applicants from having to travel to Lagos; those with urgent travel needs may contact the U.S. Consulate in Lagos, whose operations were not affected by the closure. However, applicants should note that the Consulate will be closed for the Eid al-Kabir (Eid al-Adha) holiday Tuesday and Wednesday this week, and will reopen Thursday.
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