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Immigration announces 2023 recruitment exercise, how to Apply

Details of the NIS recruitment exercise are contained in a publication...

Nigeria-Immigration-Service recently approved the promotion of its junior officers. (Travelwahala)

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has announced the commencement of the agency’s 2023 recruitment exercise.

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How long recruitment will last: The paramilitary agency noted in a publication on Thursday, January 12, 2023, that the recruitment exercise will last for only two weeks from the day of commencement.

How to apply: Interested applicants are advised to apply via the NIS official recruitment website and be careful of releasing their information to scammers.

What to expect during application: It noted that there shall be a computer-based test for shortlisted candidates after the registration process.

Details of the NIS recruitment exercise are contained in a publication via one of the national dailies.

Requirements: Applicants, according to the agency, must be Nigerian by birth, have National Identification Number (NIN) and must be free of any financial embarrassment.

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