The United States embassy in Nigeria on Tuesday announced that it has suspended drop box application process or interview waiver for those renewing visas.
What this means is that those attempting to renew their visas, just like first-timers will attend visa interviews.
The announcement had spiked huge reactions among Nigerian Twitter users, as they debate what the ‘drop box’ suspension means for Nigeria and Nigerians.
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– Just In : The United States embassy in Nigeria has suspended drop box application process or interview waiver for those renewing visas.
– With this, those attempting to renew their visas must now attend visa interviews like first-timers.
@bolu_oj: I’m so mad at those who really thought Nigeria was on the right track with PMB. The US embassy is very alert and they don’t joke with data – what their recent suspension of drop box indicates to the discerning mind is that things have become desperate for even those well to do.
@Isaac_tadongdi wrote: Drop box application has been suspended at the US embassy oh! Na interview get everybody, no special treatment
My village people have done this again?
Visa expired last week Tuesday 8th and now these ones say we must do interview no more drop box interview waiver for renewals
@Dzennypha wrote: They suspended Drop box? Wow. The Nigerian passport; the curse that keeps cursing.
@Kunle_jinadu wrote: Excited that the US Embassy is “stopping indefinitely” the dropbox system. Slowly, but surely, we’ll have fewer options and finally look inwards.
Halleluyah! Today is a good day.
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