BRAZIL EMBASSY IN NIGERIA ADDRESS, LAGOS AND ABUJA
Going to Brazil entails physical present at the Brazil Embassy in Nigeria for visa and other important enquiries, because visa is required to travel to Brazil. We are here to provide information on how intending travellers can locate the Brazil Embassy in Nigeria.
Government of Brazil maintains two missions in Nigeria.
1. ADDRESS OF BRAZIL EMBASSY IN ABUJA, NIGERIA
- No. 324, Diplomatic Drive,
Central Business District ,
- Telephone number +234 803 5350118
- Fax number +234 946 18687
- Email address of Brazilian Embassy in Abuja: email@example.com
ADDRESS OF BRAZIL CONSULATE IN LAGOS
The Consulate – General of Brazil Embassy in Lagos
- Plot 257, Kofo Abayomi Street,
Box 72802, Lagos
- Telephone numbers +234 1 462 8958
+234 1 462 8959, +234 1 462 8960
- Fax number +234 1 461 1474
- Email address of the Brazilian Consulate – General in Lagos: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: email@example.com
Opening hours : The Consulate – General of Brazil is open to the public from 10.00 a m to 12.30 p.m. Monday to Friday
AREA OF JURISDICTION
The Consulate – General of Brazil Embassy in Lagos covers all the States in South Western Nigeria and South Eastern Nigeria
Your visa application form can be obtain through this link: http://scedv.serpro.gov.br/
BRAZIL THE POWER HOUSE OF SOUTH AMERICA
Brazil is not only about the round leather game. It’s about an emerging world economy power house, the largest and the most populous nation in South America.
It’s now the focus of foreign investors who are taken advantage of huge human resources available in Brazil to invest in many business opportunities such as Paint production, wine production, Animal food production, frozen chicken production, and provision of various services such as English language schools, Restaurant business, Hair and beauty salons, Mobile food Trucks, online trading , production of ice cream, and more.
Likewise you can engage in exporting of different items such as Oil seed, Soybean, Raw sugar, poultry meats, Coffee, Corn, Vehicle parts, Cars, and Fruit juice.
All these opportunities and more are obtainable in Brazil of today.
For more information about Brazil you can contact the Brazil Embassy in Nigeria website.