NIGERIAN MISSION OPENS PAYMENT SOLUTION OFFICE FOR NIGERIAN PASSPORT APPLICATIONS IN CAPE TOWN

NIGERIAN MISSION OPENS PAYMENT SOLUTION OFFICE FOR NIGERIAN PASSPORT APPLICATIONS IN CAPE TOWN

The Consulate General of Nigeria, Johannesburg South Africa has approved the immediate opening of a payment center by the Online Integrated Services (OIS) for Nigerian standard passports in Cape Town in order to alleviate the suffering of Nigerians in Western Cape. The office is to cater for Nigerians who may not have the necessary funds to travel to Johannesburg to make such payment and process their passports, as payments in South Africa can only be done through the OIS payment platform.

Consequently, the OIS has opened an office at the address below to start payment and collection of passport applications on behalf of the Consulate General for Immediate transmission to the mission for processing at the government approved rates, with the effect from Wednesday, 6th November 2019, between 9.30 am-5:00 pm on weekdays ( Monday to Friday ).

Depending on the number of applications received by the Centre, the Mission will arrange to send biometric manual passport machines to Cape Town to capture and process applications collected on the “first come first serve basis”. The mission is conscious of the season and will do everything possible to serve Nigerians resident in South Africa, including Western Cape Province.

All applications should only be paid and collected at the above office. Payments can be done via bank cards ( credit and debit cards ).

We would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused to Nigerians in the Province so far in an attempt to renew their passports or procure new ones, and to reiterate that the OIS remains the only approved office to act on behalf of the Mission in this regard.

To this end, the leadership of Nigerian Community in Western Cape should bring the contents of this letter to the notice of all Nigerians resident in Western Cape to avail themselves of this opportunity, in an orderly fashion.

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