Operational Resilience: Canadian Visa Application Centres Open Despite Abuja High Commission Incident

Canadian High Commission in Nigeria: Visa Application Centres Continue Operations Despite Abuja Fire

In the wake of the fire outbreak that impacted a section of the Canadian High Commission building in Abuja on Monday, the High Commission of Canada in Nigeria has provided an update regarding its visa services.

While operations at the High Commission in Abuja remain suspended, the Visa application centres in both Abuja and Lagos are open and continue to provide services to the public.

Resilience After Tragedy: Canadian Visa Application Centres Open in Abuja and Lagos

Despite the tragic incident that claimed two lives and left two others injured, the Canadian High Commission reaffirms its commitment to serving the public.

The update assures applicants that the processing of applications by Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) clients is ongoing, ensuring minimal disruption to essential services.

Continued Service: Canadian Visa Application Centres Unaffected by Abuja High Commission Fire

The statement acknowledges the mourning of the victims of the fire incident in Abuja and emphasizes the resilience in the face of adversity.

The Visa application centres in Abuja and Lagos remain operational, offering continued support to those seeking immigration services.

Update on Canadian Visa Services in Nigeria Amidst Abuja High Commission Fire Tragedy

For individuals seeking status updates on their applications, the Canadian High Commission provides a webform link (https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/check-status.html). The Consular assistance for Canadians in Nigeria requiring emergency assistance is also available via email at [email protected], phone at +1 613 996 8885, or through WhatsApp at +1-613-909-8881.

Operational Resilience: Canadian Visa Application Centres Open Despite Abuja High Commission Incident

The commitment to providing immigration and visa services remains unwavering despite the challenges faced by the High Commission.

The operational resilience demonstrated by keeping the Visa application centres open reflects a dedication to minimizing the impact on individuals in need of essential services.

Consistency in Service: Canadian Visa Application Centres Operational in Abuja and Lagos

In a demonstration of consistency and commitment to the public, the Canadian High Commission ensures that individuals can access essential visa services through the operational Visa application centres in both Abuja and Lagos.

Post-Fire Update: Canadian High Commission Affirms Continued Service at Visa Application Centres

The update serves as a post-fire reassurance to the public that the Canadian High Commission remains dedicated to providing visa services, underscoring the importance of maintaining essential operations during challenging times.

Canada’s Commitment: Visa Application Centres in Nigeria Remain Open Following High Commission Fire

The Canadian High Commission’s commitment to serving the public is highlighted as Visa application centres in Nigeria continue to operate, emphasizing the resilience and dedication of the Canadian immigration services despite the tragic incident in Abuja.

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