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Consular registration is an administrative formality that concerns Nigeriens residing abroad. It is a prerequisite to benefit from the consular protection and various services of the embassy.

The consular registration aims to know and locate the Nigerien community, build a strong database on the Nigerien community, facilitate the exercise of consular protection, allow registration on the electoral list and can receive information from of the embassy.

The consular registration application file includes a photocopy of the Nigerien identity document (passport or Nigerien national identity card), a (01) recent photo ID of the applicant.

The consular registration is materialized by a consular card valid for three years.

After registration, any change in situation (marital status, address, profession, etc.) must be reported to the Embassy

In the event of a permanent return to Niger, all registered persons must request their removal from the registration file.

The issuance of the consular registration card is subject to the collection of 10 $ Chancery fees.

The consular service of the embassy legalizes the signatures of Nigerien public officials, local authorities and foreign consulates established in the constituency of the embassy, ​​of which it has the specimen signatures.

The parts to provide for the legalizations:

  • Consular registration card or Nigerian passports valid for non-residents.
  • Original of the document to be legalized.

The consular service of the embassy also legalizes the signatures affixed to private deeds signed by Nigeriens residing or passing through the embassy constituency. In addition to the documents required above, the legalization of private deeds requires the physical presence of the signatories.

The legalization of signature on power of attorney or various declarations requires the consular registration card for the residents or the Nigerien identity document for the non-residents, the power of attorney or document to be legalized, obligatory signature of the concerned person in the presence of the consular agent .

The power of attorney must indicate the surname, first names, number of the identity document and the address of the authorized person.

Legalization is subject to the collection of chancery fees of $ 20.

The consular service of the embassy can establish a certificate of removal or change of residence to allow Nigeriens to return their personal goods to Niger free of customs duties and taxes. 
This certificate is issued by the Embassy provided that he has been in the constituency for at least 12 consecutive months and subject to the following supporting documents:

– Consular registration card,

-Passport Nigerien valid

– proof of continuous residence in the electoral district during the last 12 months (visa, invoices, payslip, certificate of schooling, lease contract ect …)

-certificate of change of residence.

The issuance of this document is subject to the collection of $ 20.00 Chancery fees

The embassy ‘s consular service may issue a moving certificate or a change of residence.

This certificate is issued by the Embassy provided by the applicant in the following year:

  • Consular registration card,
  • Valid Nigerien Passport
  • Proof of continuous residence in the jurisdiction during the last 12 months (visa, invoices, pay slip, school certificate, lease contract etc.)
  • Certificate of change of residence.

The issue of this document is subject to the collection of chancery fees of $ 20.

At the request of Nigerien nationals residing in the embassy’s district, the consular service of the embassy prepares various acts of registration of NGOs, certificate of concordance, marriage certificate, conciliation, alimony, amicable settlement of different, etc.

Consular registration is an administrative formality for Nigeriens residing abroad. It is a prerequisite for consular protection and the various services provided by the Embassy.

Consiliencing the Nigerian Community, building up a solid database on that community, facilitating the exercise of consular protection, enabling voter registration and receiving information from the Embassy.

The identity of the Nigerien identity document, One (01) recent identity photograph of the applicant.

The consular registration is embodied by a consular card valid for three years.

After the registration, any change of situation (civil status, address, profession etc.) must be reported to the embassy

In the event of a permanent return to Niger, all registered persons must request their cancellation from the registration bank.

The issue of the consular registration is subject to the collection of chancery fees of $ 10.

The laissez-passer is an official document, valid for up to 30 days, for a return to Niger. This document is issued by the Embassy to Niger in his constituency, which does not have passports (loss, theft, expulsion).

Being a travel document, the issue of the pass meets the requirements of the establishment of a passport.

In case of passport loss or theft, the request for a ticket, the consular card for the residents, the declaration of loss or theft of the local police authorities, the copy of the passport. old passport gold Nigerien identity card, two passport photos and the copy of the plane ticket. It is the responsibility of the person concerned to obtain a declaration of loss / theft by the local police authorities.

NB: The declaration of loss is equivalent to a cancellation of the passport. If the passport is lost, it would be unusable.

In the event of expulsion, a document establishing nationality or any other means, including the hearing of the person concerned or the testimony of two Nigerians registered at the embassy, ​​two 2 × 2 identity photos, competent foreign jurisdiction of the embassy, ​​and a copy of the expulsion decision.

The issuance of the pass entitles the Embassy to levy the same, as $ 60.

Transcription consists of registering with the consular services of the embassy civil status documents (birth, marriage, death, divorce, etc.) drawn up by the competent foreign authorities of the embassy’s jurisdiction. This is a mandatory preliminary step for Nigerien documents.

Only documentation of persons of Nigerian nationality may be transcribed on the consular registers of the civil status of the Embassy.

The Nigerian Identity Document for the Nigerian Identity Document for the Nigerian Identity Document In the case of a minor, a copy of the Nigerien identity document and the consular registration card of at least one of the two parents is also required.

The transcript is subject to the collection of chancery fees of $ 20.

The consular service of the embassy notarizes the signatures of the Nigerien public officials, local authorities and foreign consulates established in the embassy district, which it has specimens of signature.

The documents to be provided for notarization are:

– Nigerien passport for non-residents.

– Original document to be legalized.

The consular service of the embassy also endorsed the signatures affixed on the private property passed by the Nigerians residing or passing through the jurisdiction of the embassy. In addition to the documents required above, the notarization of private acts requires the physical presence of the signatories.

The notarization of signatures on proxies or other declarations requires the consular registration card for non-residents, the power of attorney, or the obligatory signature of the person concerned in the presence of the consular agent .

The power of attorney must indicate the surname, forenames, of the identity document and the address of the authorized person.

notarization is subject to the collection of chancery fees of $ 20.

The certificate of custom is a certificate issued by the consular service of the Nigerian national recalling the provisions of the Family Code of the Republic of Niger.

The documents for the application of the United States of America for the purposes of the application

The issue of this document is subject to the collection of chancery fees of $ 20.