Letter of Introduction

Letter of Introduction from the Embassy serves as an official document issued by the embassy to vouch for the identity, intentions, and credibility of an individual traveling abroad. This letter is often addressed to the destination country’s authorities for specific purposes;

REQUIREMENTS FOR A LETTER OF INTRODUCTION

1) An application letter to the Head of Mission of the Nigerian Embassy in Vietnam for issuance of a Letter of Introduction;

           2) A copy of bio-data page of the applicant’s current passport; and

           3) A copy of the applicant’s visa or residence card (or a copy of Student’s ID card if the applicant is studying); and

           4) Original receipt of payment.

           Fee: 100 USD to the Admin Account of the Embassy.

(The applicant is requested to contact the Embassy for further instructions).  

All applications for consular services MUST first be submitted and cross-checked at the Embassy. All payments on Consular Services are non-refundable.

Payments for Consular Services provided by the Mission to be paid in US Dollars into the Embassy’s USD Account provided below:

Account Name:                             Embassy of Nigeria

Admin Account number:            USD 1025728916

Bank:                                           Vietcombank (VCB)

*Attention:

            In case the applicant wishes to apply for a Letter of Introduction from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Vietnam to recommend to the High Commission of Nigeria in Kualar Lumpur, Malaysia for her/his Nigerian passport renewal:

           1) An application letter to the Head of Mission of the Nigerian Embassy in Vietnam for issuance of a Letter of Introduction;

           2) A copy of bio-data page of the applicant’s current passport; and

           3) A copy of the applicant’s visa or residence card (or a copy of Student’s ID card if the applicant is studying);

The Embassy of Nigeria in Vietnam issues free of charge for a Letter of Introduction to the High Commission of Nigeria in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia only.

And the validity of the applicant’s current passport needs to be more than six (6) months to the expiration date.

(The applicant is requested to contact the Embassy for further instructions).