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  • Updated: October 15, 2022

Eight Easiest Countries To Get Work Visa From Nigeria

Are you planning on moving to greener pastures? Hoping to find work and thinking of the easiest country to get a work visa from as a Nigerian. Prepare yourself by reading this article and also doing some research of your own.

Below are some of the easiest countries to get a work visa:

1. Australia

Here, working holiday visas are available for Nigerians aged 18-30 for a period of up to 12 months.

However, most of the time they require payment and confirmation that you’ll be able to afford to buy a ticket home.

Another type of visa is based on a person’s ability to pass a skills assessment or have a degree in engineering before getting a work visa from the country.

2. China

Consider China if you’re interested in obtaining certification in TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language).

The types of work that are in high demand in the country include teaching English language and also working in the technology field, but with this, you will need loads of experience to show your skills.

Also, it might help if you have little knowledge of the Chinese Mandarin language.

3. Canada

In Canada, temporary work visas are relatively straightforward to get, and there are just a handful of conditions.

Working in Canada is one of the best ways to advance your career.

4. The Netherlands

In the event that you have a brilliant company idea or product, this is one of the easiest places to obtain a work visa.

In order to start a business, foreigners can stay in the Netherlands for a year.

In the following 12 months, entrepreneurs can apply for a self-employed work permit from the government.

5. Germany

Graduate students in Germany (and other European nations) can apply for work visas in the nation and other countries.

It is a great place to study and work if you are thinking about moving abroad.

Skilled workers and people in the technology and health industries are very high in demand here.

6. Ireland

If you want to work in Ireland, you may apply for a working holiday visa; it is very easy to get.

The standard work visa is also available; however, it may be a bit more difficult to obtain if you have no job offer.

Having a certain set of skills will help you in the application process if you do.

7. Ecuador

It’s easy to secure a work visa in Ecuador, one of the easiest countries in Latin America.

In Ecuador, you can work as a freelancer as long as you have a Bachelor’s Degree and $400 in your bank account.

The tourism industry, foreign enterprises, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are all popular places to work.

8. Cambodia

A work visa to Cambodia is one of the easiest to obtain. To legally work in the country, you’ll also need to apply for a work permit.

A lot of Cambodians do freelance and remote work.

In general, it’ll be beneficial if you have a job offer before leaving Nigeria. This is also as the country in which you want to work is a major factor in obtaining a work visa.

Your employer may be able to submit documentation on your behalf if you already have an offer of employment.

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Quadri Adejumo
Quadri Adejumo

Quadri Adejumo covers World News, Health, Climate & Humanitarian.

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