Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is currently seeking for application from qualified applicants to fill the vacant position of Immigration Assistant III (IA-3) – Artisans and Driver / Mechanic. interested and qualified applicants can apply via the details below
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is the government agency that has been charged with the responsibility of migration management in Nigeria. Over the years, the NIS has witnessed series of changes since it was extracted from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) in 1958. The Immigration Department, as it was known then, was entrusted with the core immigration duties under the headship of the Chief Federal Immigration Officer (CFIO) and the first to sit on that chair was in the person of Mr. EH Harrison. The department in its emergent stages inherited the Immigration Ordinance of 1958 for its operation. At inception, the department had a narrow operational scope and maintained a low profile and simple approach in attaining the desired goals and objectives of government. During this period, only the Visa and Business Sections were set up.
However, on August 1st, 1963, Immigration Department came of age when it was formally established by an Act of Parliament, Cap I71, Laws of the Federation Nigeria. The head of the department became known as the Director of Immigration. Thus, the first set of Immigration officers were former NPF Officers. It became a department under the control and supervision of the Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs (FMIA) as a Civil Service outfit.
Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified persons for full time appointment for the position below:
Job Title: Immigration Assistant III (IA-3) – Artisans and Driver / Mechanic
Applicants are to take note of the following information:
Application Closing Date
31st July, 2022.
Important Notice For Applicants
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