US visitor visas: Nigeria's refusal rates have been on the rise since 2015 but there have been drops since 2020

In the US fiscal year 2022, 26% of Nigerians who applied for a US visitor visa were denied, marking the lowest refusal rate in 17 years. After a steady refusal rate of between 32% and 38% from 2007 to 2015, there was an increase to 67% over four consecutive years.
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US Department of State
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2006 - 2022
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