New Visa Rules For Nigerians Travelling to Dubai

The new directive is to prevent Nigerians, especially females who travel to the United Arab Emirates from engaging in sex work business, and other activities that may dent the image of the country.

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  • Nigeria:   'New UAE Visa Rules Are Rumours'

    Daily Trust, 14 February 2015

    There are no new visa rules for travellers to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) countries from Nigeria, contrary to recent media reports, Weekly Trust has learnt. News reports within… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Nigerians Emerge Top Spenders On Heathrow's Luxury Retail, VIP Services

    Leadership, 24 March 2015

    Nigerians have become early adopters of Heathrow's luxury retail and VIP services, emerging top on the list of nationalities for both spend in luxury retail and VIP services at the… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Welcome to Dubai, Nigeria!

    Premium Times, 4 January 2014

    It was 15 years ago when I first became conscious of Dubai's presence. I was a manager at a mortgage bank which could not really live up to its name. The National Housing Fund… Read more »

  • Nigeria:   Dubai Property Draws Nigerians

    Independent (Lagos), 31 August 2014

    There is no doubt that Nigerians like to acquire properties both home and abroad but the intensity with which Nigerians own houses in Dubai has become increasingly alarming. Read more »

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