Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) List of Candidates Re-sheduled for Screening

Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) List of Candidates Re-scheduled for Screening 2016
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) wishes to inform the 2000 applicants for employment into the Service who were irregularly issued letters of appointment in February 2015 that the Federal Government has approved a review of their case.

Following an emergency meeting of Civil Defence, Fire Service, Immigration and Prisons Board (CDFIPB) on the 11th of August 2016, the following guidelines were issued for screening of the applicants:

  • Security Clearance
  • Implementation of the CDFIPB policy on “Age on Rank “ .
  • Drug Test
  • Certificate Verification

Consequent upon the above, applicants whose names are listed in this publication are requested to report at the NIS Headquarters, Abuja according to the time table below for screening.

Please bring along Birth Records, Academic Record/Certificate, Certificate of previous employment if any, indigene Certificate and two(2) Passport Photographs.

Rank: IA1 – IA3 (CONPASS 3,4,5)
State of Origin/Date
Abia  – Edo | 31st August, 2016
Ekiti –  Kwara | 1st August, 2016
Lagos –  Zamfara | 1st August, 2016


Rank: AII (CONPASS 6)

State of Origin/Date
Abia  – Jigawa | 31st August, 2016
Kaduna –  Zamfara | 1st August, 2016


Rank: ASI 2 (CONPASS 8)

State of Origin/Date
Abia  – Jigawa | 29th August, 2016
Kaduna –  Zamfara | 30th August, 2016

Click the links below to download list of Candidates Re-scheduled for Screening

Note: The general public should please note that this advertorial is not a call for fresh recruitment. Therefore no application for recruitment should be forwarded to the Nigerian Immigration Service.

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