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Whatever happens in Qatar and Nigeria don't matter to US immigration
authorities. I can't speak to what Qatar requires as it relates to travel to the US because I am a US immigration Expert.
Now in order to come to the US, you will be required to get a visa to enter the US. In order to be eligible to apply for the visa in Qatar at the US embassy, then you must be legally residing in Qatar. It sounds to me like you are at this time, and therefore you should be able to get a visa from the US consulate
in Qatar without going to the US.
As far as the US government is concerned, if you are residing lawfully in Qatar, and you get a visa from the US embassy/consulate in Qatar, then you do not have to go back to Nigeria in order to travel to the US.
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