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How To Get Tanzania Visa In Nigeria

IN this post, we will show you how to get Tanzania visa in Nigeria. Tanzania is officially known as the United Republic of Tanzania.

It is a country in Eastern Africa within the African Great Lakes region, and is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.

Tanzania has a diverse population of about 51.82 million people. Dar es Salaam is its former capital and the country’s commercial hub.

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How To Get Tanzania Visa In Nigeria
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If you wish to travel from Nigeria to Tanzania for a special purpose (of course, any reason for making an international trip must be special), you will need a visa in order to land safely in the country that has the tallest mountain in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro.

Tanzania Visa Types

There are several types of Tanzania visas. But the major ones are the single entry visas and the multiple entry visas.

The single entry visas allow a visitor into Tanzania just once. The visitor would need to reapply for a new visa if he/she leaves before the visa validity expires.

The multiple-entry visa is the reverse of the single entry visa. All the visas explained below fall into one of the two categories.

Tanzania Business Visa

The Tanzania business visa is issuable to persons who intend to attend business-related meetings, scientific research, and symposiums in Tanzania.

It can also be issued to prospective investors and entrepreneurs who intend to start up a business in Tanzania.

A business letter addressed to the Tanzanian Embassy must be submitted by the applicants of the Tanzanian business visa.

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Tanzania Tourist Visa (Holiday Visa)

Tanzania Tourist Visa or Holiday Visa can be issued to persons going to Tanzania for vacations, tourism, recreation, or to visit friends and family.

A copy of the round-trip airline confirmation showing the intended date of entry and exit from Tanzania must be provided by the Nigerian, Tanzanian visa applicants.

Tanzania Transit Visa

The Tanzania transit visa is issuable to persons traveling through Tanzania for no longer than 3 days. It is also issued to persons who are traveling to join a ship as a member of the crew.

The applicant for this visa should have the money that would suffice the travel expenses, and an entry visa into the third country.

Tanzania Working Visa

Tanzania Working Visa is granted to persons who come to Tanzania to work. The temporary and permanent work visas are the two major types of Tanzania work visa.

Referred Visa

Nigerians and a few other countries need a referred visa to enter into Tanzania, which is a type of visa that requires special clearance from the Director of Immigration Services in Dar es Salaam.

Tanzania Visa Requirements for Nigerians

Documents required for applying for a Tanzania visa in Nigeria Include:

a. A valid Nigerian passport

b. A duly filled Tanzania visa application form

c. 2 recent passport sized photos

d. Tanzania Visa application fees

e. An Invitation letter (Tanzania Visitor visa applicants)

f. An Introduction letter from applicant’s employer (Tanzania Working visa applicants)

g. Hotel reservation

h. Current bank account statement

i. Proof of Yellow fever vaccination

j. Marriage certificate

k. Children birth certificate (if any)

l. Six-months bank statement

m. Proof of ownership

n. Family pictures

o. Tax clearance

As requested by the embassy, supporting documents might need to be submitted.

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Tanzania Visa Application

You would need to do the following if you want to apply for a Tanzania visa from Nigeria:

What are the Steps to Apply for a Tanzania Visa?

Step 1: Verify the exact category of visa you wish to apply for.

Step 2: Download the application visa form.

Step 3: Fill the application form.

Step 4: Include all the essential supporting documents.

Step 5: Pay the fee for the visa processing.

Step 6: Submit the documents to the Tanzanian High Commission to be verified.

Where to Get a Tanzania Visa Application Form

Go online and download the Tanzania visa application forms. They should be filled and submitted to the Tanzanian High Commission once they are downloaded.

What Countries need a Tanzanian Visa?

Below is a list of countries that have visa exemption to Tanzania. These countries can stay for up to 3 months.

Countries with Visa Exemption

A- Anguilla, Antigua

B- Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Botswana, Brunei

C- Cyprus

D- Dominica

G- Gambia, Ghana, Grenada, Guernsey, Guyana

H- Hong Kong

J- Jamaica, Jersey

K- Kenya, Kiribati

M- Macau, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Morocco, Mozambique

N- Namibia, Nauru

The list below shows countries that have visa requirement to Tanzania.

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Countries with Visa Requirement

A- Afghanistan, Azerbaijan

N- Niger

C- Chad

D- Djibouti

E- Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia

G- Georgia

K- Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan

L- Lebanon

M- Mali, Mauritania

B- Bangladesh

How to Schedule a Tanzania Visa Appointment

The Tanzanian visa application form should be submitted to the commission for verification after it has been filled, and the required processing fee should be paid. Then the applicant would just await approval.

Only Tanzanian E-visas do not need physical verification.

How and Where to Pay Tanzania Visa Processing Fees

The fee paid before visa approval is non-refundable, and cash payment could be made into the Tanzanian commission account at any UBA Bank nationwide.

How to Submit Tanzania Visa Application

The visa applicant is expected to go to the Tanzanian commission with all other supporting documents for verification once the application form has been filled.

Tanzania Visa Processing Time

To process normal visas takes a minimum of 5 working days, while processing of Referred visas takes about 6 weeks. Expedited services are available at an extra cost, and it takes at least 3 working days.

Where to Collect Approved Tanzania Visa

The applicant would need to go to the Tanzanian High Commission in Abuja to pick up the visa once it has been processed and approved.

Address and Location of Tanzanian Embassy in Nigeria

Tanzania High Commission Nigeria, Abuja

No 21, Yedseram Street,
Close to IGP Residence,
Maitama,
Abuja.
Email: tanabuja@lycos.com.

Embassy of Tanzania, Lagos

No 8, Agoro Odiyan Street,
Victoria Island,
Lagos.
Telephone: +2341613604
Fax: +2341610016, +2341618908

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Conclusion

Nigerians holding their passports can obtain Tanzania visas from the Tanzania High Commission in their own home country before leaving for Tanzania. This has been the case for years even for holders of Nigerian official passports.

The Tanzania visa application process is easy and relatively quick. Large red signs condemning bribes adorn the immigration area and no one ever talk about bribery.

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