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How To Get Armenia Visa In Nigeria

This article talks about getting Armenia visa in Nigeria. If you can follow the step-by-step information that the article provides, you are sure of getting your visa easily from Nigeria.

However, before we can move on with how one can get Armenia visa in Nigeria, let us first take a look at the overview of Armenia.

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How To Get Armenia Visa In Nigeria
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Armenia is officially known as the Republic of Armenia, and located in an area referred to as Eurasia, just between Europe and Asia.

The country has a common boundary with Turkey on the West, Azerbaijan on the East, Iran on the South, and Azerbaijan’s Naxcivan exclave on the Southwest.

English is not widely spoken in Armenia — although there are more and more road signs in Latin script, especially in Yerevan. Several taxi drivers and sales ladies in grocery stores and malls do not speak or understand English. Russian has remained the most important foreign language they recognize.

Types of Armenia Visas

Visitor visa

The Visitor visa is a type of Armenia visa that is made available for persons who intend to travel to the Republic of Armenia for tourism, business, visit, transportation and other professional interest, medical treatment or other short-term stay.

Visitor visa is any visa given for a single entry or for multiple entries with validity of one year.

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Official visa

The official visa is issued to holders of Official or Service Passports.

Diplomatic visa

This visa type is for holders of diplomatic passports and for the persons with diplomatic status.

Transit visa

The Transit visa is a single entry visa or multiple entries visa with validity of 1 year with stay in Armenia for no more than 3 days and with possibility to extend maximum for 4 days.

Armenia visas are obtainable for stay in the country in no more than 120 days, with possibility to stay long for another 60 days if no other term is defined by international agreements of the Republic of Armenia.


There are citizens from a particular set of countries who can obtain Armenian visa only upon invitation and only at the diplomatic representations of consular offices of the Republic of Armenia.

People who can put their invitations forward to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are people that have power to execute the law -registered in Armenia; and authorities of Armenia and diplomatic representations or international organizations or their representatives.

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Arrival to Armenia

Foreigners get into the country of the Republic of Armenian all the way through border-control points. For a foreigner to enter Armenian territory, he/she must have valid passport, entry visa or a document of residency status unless Armenian laws or international agreements define no other procedure.

Minor foreigners may enter Armenia accompanied by parents, a parent or any other legal representative or if one arrives to his parents, a parent, other legal representative or a receiving organization.

If a foreigner comes to Armenia without any valid identity document or visa, it may not be possible to obtain Armenia visa.

Departure from Armenia

If laws or international agreements of Armenia define no other term, foreigners can leave Armenia upon valid passport and a document validating their prior stay in Armenia.

Transiting through Armenia

Transiting through Armenia requires that the person involved must present tickets to a third country or a visa to a third country and must not exceed 72 hours in Armenia except an urgent situation.

A foreigner who wants to transit Armenia by land can obtain transit visas without tickets or visas of a third country.

Except in cases of emergency, a foreigner can stay in the Transit Zone not exceeding 48 hours if not going to enter Armenia.


A Nigerian applying for a visitor visa must submit the following:

a. A completed visa application form in adobe Acrobat PDF format.

b. A travel document with validity compulsorily exceeding the validity of the requested visa by at least one month.

c. One passport sized color photograph.

d. An invitation from an organization or person in Armenia in the correct format (if required).

e. Other documents as requested.

f. Visa fee (You will have to contact the respective Embassy or Consulate as payment method may vary.

g. The date, the place of visa delivery, and the number of visits must be pointed out.

h. All data should be presented in Latin letters.

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How to Get Armenia visa in Nigeria in five easy steps:

Step 1: Visit Official Armenia eVisa website: and check eligibility.

Step 2: Check your email and verify that you applied for the eVISA.

Step 3: Answer personal information, purpose, date and duration of visit: Review your details carefully, like 3 to 4 times before submitting application. Read FAQs too.

Step 4: Payment: You can pay for your Armenia visa via Paypal using Credit or Debit card.

Step 5: Visa Approval: Download and check your eVisa (it is in PDF). Make sure the date is correct and according to your travel plans.

Where to Apply

If you wish to apply for a visa to Armenia you can visit the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Egypt, or the Honorary Consulate of Armenia in Cote d’Ivoire. The reason is because Armenia has no embassy in Nigeria.

Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the Arab Republic of Egypt

Address: 20, Mohammed Mazhar Street, Zamalek, 11211 Cairo, Egypt

Tel: (20 2) 27374157, 27374159

Fax: (20 2) 27374158



 Honorary Consulate of Armenia, Cote d’Ivoire

 Address: 01 B.P. 816 Abidjan 01

Tel: (225) 35-60-35

Further Contact Information:

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia
Tel: +374 60 620 000

Visa Division
Email: visa@m
Tel: +374 60 620 516, 620 553

E-payments Support
Email: paym ents@m
Tel: +374 60 620 320

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I hope the above information has all you need in your quest for a visa to Armenia. The step-by-step guide is so simple that it can take you all through your Armenia visa application process.

Just like I said earlier — Armenia has no physical office where you can go to apply for a visa. However, there is a website, an e-mail address, and phone numbers you can use to make a contact.

Or rather, you can visit the Honorary Consulate of Armenia in Cote d’Ivoire, or the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Egypt at the above address.

If the information in this post has all that you need to apply for a visa to Armenia, then we need to hear from you in the comment box below.

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