Tips on How to Travel to USA From Nigeria Easily

The US is a country of 50 states covering a vast swath of North America; a lot of people, More especially Nigerians, want to travel to the United States Of America (U.S.A) but have often been rejected at the embassy.


Below Are Some Reasons Nigerians Might Get Rejected at the Embassy

One of the reasons people get rejected at the American Embassy, more especially Nigerians, is because of this common mistake of traveling to the States with a Virgin Passport

A virgin passport is an international passport that has never been used for traveling purposes before or a new passport with no stamp.

At this time, the image of our country Nigeria is battling to survive internationally because of the rampant fake marriages, scams, and other fraudulent acts committed by Nigerians outside the country.

Traveling with a virgin passport is not a very good option because, since it’s your first time traveling and the Country is America, you may be rejected if you don’t defend yourself very well.


How to Travel Without Being Rejected

The best and easiest way to travel to the USA without being rejected is to travel to other neighboring countries close to your own country, and for those from Africa, You can travel to South Africa, Ethiopia, and Kenya, even if it’s just for one week vacation.

The purpose is to get another country’s stamp on your passport, and when you are ready and finally return to the US Embassy, you will be automatically granted a visa because you have traveled before, and your passport is not a virgin passport.


One of the best things about the US is that there are enough spaces for humans and other species together.

The country is very well prepared for tourists. All over the country, you will see there is a lot of security.


To all wishing to travel to the US, the hope this article was useful to you.


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