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Electronic Document Signing You will next be asked to electronically sign a number of documents.
We received an email from Ms Bin Labi about her experience renewing here passport.Here is a brief excerpt: hought I will write my experience and how it worked in Nigeria high commission in UK as of yesterday (7th November 2013) Guy( security) at the door checked confirmation of payment and ask that phone be switched off.You are asked to go downstairs to the waiting area( comfortable sitting area ) there is vending machine for drinks crisps and chocolate towards the back of the waiting area.In fact scientific tests show the vibration level closely mimics the normal hand rocking of a pushchair and the subtle yet soothing movement is gentler than a pushchair moving over paving stones. The good news about obtaining a new Nigerian passport, renewing or having an expired one reissued is that the process is very fast and efficient compared with how it was about 10 years ago.Note that despite booking a slot online, when you arrive at the High Commission you will still have to join a queue, served on first come first served basis.
You also need to be aware that you cannot book same day appointment. fit=801,515" class=" wp-image-1015 " alt="Nigerian Passports e Passport & MRP" src="https://i0com/
You are invited to Start Application by login into SW Global.
You can only login with Google, Yahoo or Facebook ID, if you do not use any of the aforementioned services, you have to create a open ID offered by SW Global LLC.
If you are not able to print your documents at home, there is service centre in the High Commission where you can print out the required documents.
Once you are in the High Commission, you will be given a number, just take a seat and relax till you are called to present your documents, once you hand over your documents, you take a seat again until you are invited to the biometric unit’s waiting room.
The not so good news about the new more efficient set up includes the fact that regardless of what part of the UK you live, you have to travel to the Nigerian High Commission in the West End of London to complete the passport application process.