US Denies The Interdiction Of Student Visa for Nigerians

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The United States Embassy ought to deny setting an unspecified prohibition on student visa for Nigerians going to study in the country.

A statement of the US placing an indefinite ban on a student visa for Nigerians has been making the rounds, particularly on social media.

The unapproved report had said the US targeted countries with citizens who are fond of overstaying during their visit.

But the US Mission in Nigeria has denied the report, describing it as fake news. It issued the denial via its official Twitter handle.

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“#FakeNews Alert! Be advised, reports of Student Visa ban for Nigerians is false. If you have seen such manufactured item on Facebook and Twitter or received it via WhatsApp, please communicate that it is false,” the US said.

In March, Nigeria was listed among the countries, which President Donald Trump mulled to impose travel restrictions on.

Immigrants overstaying their visas at relatively high rates was among the reason Nigeria was placed in the category.

Two months later, the US embassy in Nigeria suspended drop box service or interview waiver for those renewing their visas in the country.

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Prior to the policy change, it was possible for Nigerians who were renewing their existing or expired visa to apply for a renewal online, via the visa drop box service.

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