How to Renew a Nigerian Passport. Today, the Nigerian Immigration has embraced technology and most of its operations are now automated. As such, visa application, passport application and passport renewal are now carried out online via dedicated portals. To renew your passport, follow the steps in the next slide. 1. Visit the Nigerian Immigration Passport application/renewal portal at https://portal.immigration.gov.ng. 2. Fill the application form online, and ensure you provide accurate and verifiable information. 3. Proceed to make payment. It should be noted that passport renewal payment varies, depending on the type of passport you are holding. There are two basic payment categories. � 64-page passport cost 20,000 Naira or $125. � 32-page passport – variable (depend on applicant’s age grade). The Nigerian 32-page passport renewal payment structure, as classified by age, is as follows. � 0 to 17 years costs 8750 Naira or $64. � 18 to 59 years costs 15000 Naira or $94. � 60 year of age and above costs 8750 Naira or $64. You can get more information on Nigerian passport fee at https://immigration.gov.ng/standard-passport.
4. After successful payment, you’ll be assigned a unique application ID and reference code. Write down the code & ID and keep them safe. 5. Submit your passport renewal/application letter, along with the accompanying documents, to your “preferred immigration office” (usually the one closest to you). The accompanying documents include a copy of passport data page, old or expired passport and payment receipt or evidence of payment. 6. At the passport office, your data (biometric) would be captured and verified. 7. Upon successful verification, among other processes, you’ll be notified when your passport is ready. Passport renewal can be done in virtually all state immigration offices headquarters in Nigeria. If you have any question, feel free to drop a comment, we will be glad to answer your inquiries. If you love this video, please subscribe to our channel. Follow us on Facebook @ naijaengine and on Twitter @ naijagists.