The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is responsible for the management of Nigeria’s borders and the issuance of travel documents to Nigerian citizens and foreign nationals. The NIS regularly conducts recruitment drives to fill various positions within the service, and in 2023, it is expected to conduct a recruitment process for interested and qualified candidates.
In this article, we will provide a detailed overview of the 2023 NIS recruitment process, including eligibility requirements, the application process, examination and selection, training and orientation, job responsibilities and duties, and more.
To be eligible to apply for the NIS recruitment, candidates must meet certain requirements. These include:
- Age limit: Candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 30 years old.
- Educational qualifications: Candidates must possess at least a first degree or its equivalent from a recognized institution.
- Physical and medical requirements: Candidates must be physically and medically fit, as determined by a government-approved medical practitioner.
- Citizenship and residency requirements: Candidates must be Nigerian citizens and residents of the country.
Available Positions for the Nigerian Immigration recruitment 2023
Category A: Superintendent Cadre
i- Superintendent of Immigration (SI) conpass 11 professional (Doctors):
Applicants must possess first degree in MBBS from a recognized institution of higher learning and NYSC discharge/exemption certificate
ii- Deputy Superintendent of Immigration (DSI) CONPASS 10 professional (pharmacists)
Applicants must possess first degree in Pharmacy from a recognized institution of higher learning and NYSC discharge/exemption certificate.
iii- Assistant Superintendent of Immigration II (ASI) CONPASS 08
Applicants must hold a bachelor’s degree, Higher National Diploma (HND) or its equivalent from a recognized institution.
Category B: Inspectorate Cadre
i- Assistant Inspector Immigration (All) General Duty CONPASS 06
Applicants must to be holders of a National Diploma (ND), NCE or Advance NABTEB obtained from recognized institutions
Category C: Assistant Cadre
i- Immigration Assistant iii (IA I11) CONPASS 03 General Duty
Applicants must be holders of GCE Ordinary Level, SSCE/NECO, GCE or its equivalent with a minimum of 4 credit in not more than two (2) sittings, which must include English and Mathematics.
ii- Immigration Assistant III (IA III CONPASS 03 Artisans
a) motor driver
Applicants must be holders of ordinary level SSCE or its equivalents and appropriate trade test certificate.
How to apply
Applicants should log on to https://cdcfib.career from Monday, January 23 to fill out and submit the application form.
Submission of Applications
Applications must be submitted online within two weeks of the day of the publication of the recruitment.
i- Applicants must be Nigerians by birth
ii- Have National Identity card
iii- Applicants must be holders of requisite qualifications and certificates
iv- Must be fit and present certificates of medical fitness from government recognized hospitals
v- Must be of good character and must not be convicted of any criminal offences
vi- Be required to pass drug tests
vii- Applicant must be between the ages of 18 and 30 years with exception to doctors and pharmacists who must not be more than 35 years
vii Applicants height must not be less than 1.65 for female and 0.87 for men
COMPUTER BASED TEST (CBT)
The Computer Based Test (CBT) is an important part of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recruitment process for 2023. Candidates who have been shortlisted for the recruitment process will be required to take the CBT. The CBT will be used to evaluate the candidates’ knowledge and understanding of relevant subjects such as Nigerian laws, current affairs, and other topics related to the duties of an NIS officer.
The CBT will be conducted at designated test centers across the country, and will be administered under strict supervision to ensure a fair and objective evaluation of the candidates’ abilities. Candidates will be required to bring a valid form of identification, such as a passport or national ID card, to the test center.
The CBT will consist of multiple-choice questions, and candidates will be given a set amount of time to complete the test. The CBT will be scored electronically, and the scores will be used in conjunction with the results of the physical fitness test and the medical examination to determine the final selection of candidates for the training program.
It is important for the candidates to prepare well for the CBT, by studying relevant materials and familiarizing themselves with the format of the test. Candidates should also ensure that they have a good understanding of the duties and responsibilities of an NIS officer, as well as the laws and regulations governing the service.
Job Responsibilities and Duties
NIS officers are responsible for managing Nigeria’s borders, issuing travel documents to Nigerian citizens and foreign nationals, and enforcing immigration laws. They will also be responsible for investigating and preventing illegal immigration, and for providing assistance to travelers. NIS officers will work in a variety of settings, including airports, seaports, and land borders. With hard work, dedication and good performance, there is potential for career advancement and promotion within the service.