Indian High Commission in Abuja

Indian High Commission in AbujaNigeria is a strong bond of communication between India Government and Nigeria.

 

Head of Mission: B. N. Reddy, High Commissioner

Consulate Appointment or Contact Indian High Commission in Abuja : Visit only by Appointment

For consular service, you must book an appointment, You are advised to book on normal working hours via making a phone call or email on [email protected], [email protected]. Also for more details please check in first instance the consulate website for enquiries contact form http://hcindia-abuja.org.

India Consulates in Nigeria may prioritize Appointment for India citizens or have dedicated support.

If unfortunately unable to get contact here, one should try to the High Commission of India in Lagos,
For your convenience here listed all other representatives of India located in Nigeria.

Visa and Passports
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India Long-Term or Regular Visa:

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  • Student Visa
  • Tourist Visa
  • Transit Visa
  • Un Diplomat
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Update

The COVID-19 has affected total numbers are ...., total deaths ...., the total recovered number ..... Government is taking steps to initiate the process of vaccination. After collecting aggregates from all over the statistical reports of the number of corona patients, the government is planning to start the first phase of vaccinating COVID-19 in December. The first phase of this vaccination will be provided to 20 percent population. Later on, keeping in view the results of 1st phase, next phases will then be initiated to cover more of the population than 20 percent only. According to recent analysis, it is stated that the number of vaccine doses that would be available in 2021 are .... in total. The number of patients already vaccinated are .... in total. Very soon a large number of populations will be provided by the vaccine to cure COVID-19 in the following months.

COVID-19 is ultimately going to get cured by use of multiple vaccines provided by different companies. These vaccines may not be able to treat a large number of populations but can at least begin the process of vaccinating this deadly disease for which each and every person almost lost hope.

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High Commission of India in Lagos, Nigeria

8-A, Walter Carrington Crescent
Victoria Island

00-234-1-2627680

00-234-1-2612660