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What is the requirements for an Nigerian to Visit the USA?


  1. Misis ni KC says:

    Proceed with great caution in your relationship with this guy.Though there are real online relationships, most of them are just scamming or taking advantage of people who can sponsor them to the US.Don’t act anything important in haste.And don’t send him any money or any form of assistance.Visiting him is not a pre-requisite for him to apply for a tourist visa to the US.He’ll tell all you all the sweet words and probably it will be wonderful to hear but always remain on guard.It is better to be wary and wise than to be taken advantage of.

  2. David says:

    None of it it true is all lies
    its a regulars scam for the gullible

  3. Astray A says:

    Pure scam and he using you. Wake up

  4. Joan S says:

    "The U.S. Department of State warns U.S. citizens of the risks of travel to Nigeria and recommends avoiding all but essential travel to the Niger Delta states of Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Delta, and Rivers. Violent crime is a problem in Lagos and other large cities as well as on the roads between cities. Tension between some Muslim and Christian communities, and between ethnic groups, occasionally results in violence, but is not directed specifically against American citizens. This replaces the Travel Warning for Nigeria dated December 2, 2008, to note additional areas of military operations, violent activity, and crime in Nigeria."

    Be VERY careful about visiting Nigeria. You can find more information at the state department website about travel to Nigeria.

  5. dr fill says:

    all scam

  6. Kittysue says:

    Poor Nigerians do not have regular internet access. If he were that poor, he wouldn’t be contacting you first of all. Internet cafes are not cheap.

    Second, you do not have to visit him, nor does he have to show a certain amount of money in the bank. All he has to do is apply for a tourist visa through the US Embassy. Period

    Anything else he is telling you is nothing but a scam. DO NOT go to Nigeria by yourself. Too many people have been kidnapped and held for ransom after falling for online scams like this.

    Think about it – how could you be in love with someone you’ve never met after just 2 weeks of emails? He’s using you. If some guy you met in a bar in the US told you he was in love with you after 2 weeks, you’d think he was crazy

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