2021 Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Recruitment Final Screening/Documentation Exercise

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The 2021 CDCFIB NIS Recruitment Final Screening Exercise – This is to inform the general public that the Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board (CDCFIB), has approved the commencement of final screening exercise for the NIS 2019/2020 recruitment exercise, see more details below.

You can now check. NIS list 2021 to see if you have been shortlisted for the physical verification/documentation exercise

Note, that the exercise, by this notice, is to commence on the 24th May 2021.

Requirement for 2021 NIS Recruitment Physical Screening Exercise & Documentation 

Shortlisted candidates are required to come along to the screening venue with the following documents/items listed below:

  • Printout of this Letter of Invitation
  • Printout of Application Confirmation Slip with ID Number
  • Original of all relevant Certificates, including indigene Certificate
  • A pair of canvas, white vest and white shorts
  • Medical Certificate from a Governmental Hospital
  • Any other form of valid identification

READ – Download NIS Recruitment State List of Shortlisted Candidates – PDF

All candidates are advised to adhere strictly to the DATE and TIME scheduled above as failure may lead to disqualification. Please note that this letter is NOT transferable.

Nigerian Immigration Service NIS List 2021

To check your name on the final NIS List of shortlisted candidates, visit www.immigrationrecruitment.org.ng

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