Schengen visa short stay (max. 90 days)
As from 1st February 2012 the Visa Section of the consular department of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will remain closed. On behalf of the Netherlands the Belgian embassy in Abuja is dealing with short stay Schengen visa applications from applicants residing in the following states: Adamawa, Bauchi, Benue, Borno, Gombe, Jigawa, Kduna, Kano, Kastina, Kebbi, Kogi, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, Sokoto, Taraba, FCT Abuja, Yobe and Zamafara. The French consulate-general in Lagos is dealing with short stay Schengen visa applications from the other states.
The Netherlands embassy can not assist with the visa application process.
Long stay visa for the Netherlands / MVV
General information about MVV-procedures can be found on http://www.ind.nl/EN.
W.e.f. from 7 September 2013 the Netherlands embassy in Abuja can no longer process MVV-applications. From that date MVV-applications can be submitted at the Netherlands embassy in Cotonou (contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information) or the Netherlands embassy in Accra (contact email@example.com for further information).
For MVV-procedure for adoptions: please contact Netherlands embassy in Abuja firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visas for the Caribbean Islands
W.e.f. 7 September 2013 the Netherlands embassy in Abuja can no longer process visa applications for the Caribbean Islands. These applications can be submitted at the Netherlands embassy in Cotonou (e-mail address for information email@example.com) or at the Netherlands embassy in Accra (e-mail address for information firstname.lastname@example.org). The visa applications have to be submitted in person.
There are 3 types of visas you can apply for. Check which one applies to you. See the information in the left menu.