Business permit and Expatriate Quota in Nigeria

How To Obtain Nigerian Business Permit (expatriate entrepreneur or Foreigners)

For a foreigner or expatriate entrepreneur to carry out business operation in Nigeria, you to obtain Nigerian business permit from Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC).

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In this blog, you will learn how to obtain Nigerian business permit to carry out business operation in Nigeria.
Also, the required documents

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  1. Register your business with Corporate Affairs Commission.  How to register a Private Limited Company or a Business Name in Nigeria
  2. Second step is to register the company with the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) to receive a Business Permit

Key Requirements for Business Permit Application in Nigeria:

      1. Completed NIPC form I
      2. Make a copy of receipt
      3. Company Registration Documents:
        i. Certificate of Incorporation of the company you registered for the permit
        ii. A minimum share capital holding in the joint venture
        iii. Details of share holding structure of the company
        iv. Form CAC 1.1 (old registration CAC Form 2 and CAC Form 7)
        v. Memorandum and Articles of Association
      4. Certificate of Capital Importation (CC1 is required for wholly foreign companies)
      5. Approval from appropriate professional bodies (where applicable)

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Business permit application from NIPC in Nigeria usually takes 2 to 3 weeks to complete except where there an issue.

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