Requirements for Obtaining Emergency Travel Certificates

  1. Formal request letter for the Emergency Travel Certificate by the applicant. Include your current address and telephone number, please.
  2. Copy of Applicant's bio-data page of Nigerian Passport OR a police report and birth certificate from the National Population Commission, if passport is decleared lost. 
  3. Current two passport-sized photographs
  4. Copy of itinerary or airline ticket
  5. Non-refundable processing fee of hundred dollars ($100) in money order payable to the Nigeria High Commission Ottawa.
  6. Self-Addressed return envelope (Canada priority or Express post Courier Envelope Only)

Requirement for Persons under the Age of 18 OR Minors

  1. Copy of child’s birth certificate
  2. Letter of Consent jointly signed by child's both parents must be typed
  3. Photocopies of the parents’ passports data page. One of the passport data pages must be a Nigerian Passport.
  4. Additional documents for single parents (proof of custody of the child/children)
  5. Child's current two passport-size photographs preferably with white background
  6. Non-refundable processing fee of hundred dollars ($100) in money order payable to the Nigeria High Commission Ottawa.
  7. Copy of itinerary or airline ticket
  8. Self-Addressed return envelope (Canada priority or Express post Courier Envelope Only

NOTE: The Travel Document is valid for 30 days only and cannot be used to return to  Canada (one way journey).

For inquiries please call (613) 236-0006 (Direct), 613 236 0521 ext: 241 and ext: 243 Email: oru@nigeriahcottawa.ca