If you are planning to take a trip to the United Kingdom and United states of America from Nigeria. Aside from document to back up your travel plan, it is also good to have a solid financial back up.Here is current US visa fees payable to the US Embassy in Nigeria.
You can pay through GTbank.
|Fee Amount (USD)||Fee Amount (NGN)||Visa Type||Description|
|$160||57600.00||I||Journalist and Media|
|$160||57600.00||T||Victim of Human Trafficking|
|$160||57600.00||U||Victim of Criminal Activity|
|$190||68400.00||H||Temporary/Seasonal Workers and Employment, Trainees|
|$190||68400.00||O||Persons with Extraordinary Ability|
|$190||68400.00||P||Athletes. Artists & Entertainers|
|$190||68400.00||Q||International Cultural Exchange|
|$265||95400.00||K||Fiancé(e) or Spouse of U.S. Citizen|
|$205||73800.00||E||Treaty Trader/Investor, Australian Professional Specialty|
|Visa Type||Description||Fee Amount (USD)||Fee Amount (NGN)|
|E||Treaty Trader/Investor, Australian Professional Specialty||$205||73800.00|
|H||Temporary/Seasonal Workers and Employment, Trainees||$190||68400.00|
|I||Journalist and Media||$160||57600.00|
|K||Fiancé(e) or Spouse of U.S. Citizen||$265||95400.00|
|O||Persons with Extraordinary Ability||$190||68400.00|
|P||Athletes. Artists & Entertainers||$190||68400.00|
|Q||International Cultural Exchange||$190||68400.00|
|T||Victim of Human Trafficking||$160||57600.00|
|U||Victim of Criminal Activity||$160||57600.00|
Visa Types and Conditions with No Fee Required
- Applicants for A, G, C-2, C-3, NATO, and diplomatic visas (as defined in 22 CFR 41.26)
- Applicants holding J visas and who are participating in certain official U.S. Government-sponsored educational and cultural exchanges
- Replacement of a machine-readable visa when the original visa was not properly affixed or the visa needs to be reissued through no fault of the applicant
- Applicants exempted by international agreement, including members and staff of an observer mission to United Nations Headquarters recognized by the UN General Assembly, and their immediate families
- Applicants traveling to provide certain charitable services
- U.S. Government employees traveling on official business
- A parent, sibling, spouse or child of a U.S. Government employee killed in the line of duty who is traveling to attend the employee’s funeral and/or burial; or a parent, sibling, spouse, son or daughter of a U.S. Government employee critically injured in the line of duty for visitation during emergency treatment and convalescence
- SEVIS Fees
The Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) is an Internet-based system that tracks F, M and J visa participants (and their family members) from the time they receive their initial documentation (either an I-20 or a DS-2019) until they graduate/leave school or conclude/leave program.
F, M and J visa principal applicants: Check with your U.S. school to make sure your information has been entered into SEVIS. You will need to pay a separate SEVIS fee in addition to the visa application fee. For nonimmigrant students with Form I-20, the SEVIS fee is US$200. For most exchange visitors with Form DS-2019, the SEVIS fee is US$180. Instructions for paying the SEVIS fee can be found here.
SEVIS Fee Exception
Applicants participating in a U.S. Government sponsored program (programs whose codes begin with G-1, G-2, G-3, G-7) are not required to pay the SEVIS fee.
- Blanket L Fee (Fraud Prevention and Detection Fee)
First-time principal applicants who are covered under a blanket petition for L status must pay a Fraud Prevention and Detection fee of US $500. This fee should be paid to the cashier at the Consular Section on the day of the interview. If a subsequent L-1 visa application is based on a new Form I-129S, the Fraud Prevention and Detection fee must be collected again.