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How much does it cost to obtain or renew Nigerian passport?

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How much does it cost to obtain or renew Nigerian passport?

The cost of obtaining a standard Nigerian passport depends on the number of booklets you want and your age:

For those living in Nigeria:

Booklet Type AGE 0 – 17 AGE 18 – 59 AGE 60+
32 Pages ₦8,750 ₦15,000 ₦8,750
64 Pages ₦20,000 ₦20,000 ₦20,000
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For those living outside Nigeria:

Booklet Type AGE 0 – 17 AGE 18 – 59 AGE 60+
32 Pages $77 $106 $77
64 Pages $137 $137 $137

Applicants must pay amounts tabulated above in United States dollars or their equivalent.

In January, 2019 the Federal Government of Nigeria announced the introduction of new electronic passports.

However, the new piece of document comes with a much higher price in exchange for a much longer validity period.

Presently, the cost of obtaining it is 70,000 naira only and the validity period is set at 10 years from the time of issuance.

The cost of renewing Nigerian passport is the same as the cost of applying.

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