Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) shortlisted candidates 2024 Is Out

NIS shortlisted candidates 2024 | The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recently released the list of successful candidates who have been shortlisted for the ongoing recruitment exercise. This comes as a welcome development for thousands of Nigerians who applied for the job, as it marks a milestone in the recruitment process. This blog post will provide information about the shortlisted candidates, the recruitment process and what to expect from the NIS.

Who is on the list?

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has recently released a list of shortlisted candidates for the 2024 recruitment exercise. The list contains the names of successful applicants who have been selected to join the NIS, based on their educational qualifications and other criteria.

The list also includes the respective states from which each candidate hails from.
The list of selected candidates contains all those who applied for various positions including;

  •  Superintendent Cadre
  • Assistant Superintendent of Immigration II (ASI-2) General Duty
  • Deputy Superintendent of Immigration (DSI) Professional, (Pharmacist)
  • Superintendent of Immigration (SI) – CONPASS 11 Professional (Doctors)
  •  Inspectorate Cadre – Assistant Inspectors
  • Assistant Inspector of Immigration (All)
  • Inspector of Immigration (II), CONPASS 07
  • Senior Inspector of Immigration (SII), CONPASS 08
  • Senior Inspector of Immigration (SII), General Duty:
  • Assistant Cadre – The Assistant Cadre
  • Immigration Assistant III (1A-3) – CONPASS 03 General Duty
  • Immigration Assistant III (IA-3) – Artisans and Driver / Mechanic:

Candidates are to come to screening with the following items:

  1. Passport size photograph
  2. First School Leaving Certificate.
  3. WAEC/Nabteb/NECO/GCE Results
  4. NCE/ND/Trade Test/ RN
  5. Birth Certificate / Declaration of age.
  6. Writing materials.
  7. Face Mask and Hand Sanitizer
  8. Two pairs of white shorts and 2 white (unmarked) T Shirts.
  9. A pair of canvas/trainer and stockings.

All selected candidates will have to pass through further selection stages in order to qualify for the job. This includes an oral interview, physical and medical tests, as well as an assessment test to determine the aptitude of each candidate. Those who are successful in this stage will then be issued with an offer letter and eventually employed by the NIS.


What are the next steps?

The next step for the Nigeria Immigration Service shortlisted candidates is to take the final selection test. The test will consist of a written and oral exam and will be administered by the Nigerian Immigration Service. The selection test will determine which applicants are suitable for their desired roles.

Applicants must also meet certain criteria and possess the necessary qualifications in order to be successful in the selection process. In order to be successful, they must be able to demonstrate competency in the role they are applying for, have an understanding of the Nigerian Immigration Service policies and procedures, and demonstrate a strong commitment to the organization.
After taking the selection test, shortlisted candidates will be required to attend an interview with the Nigerian Immigration Service.

This interview will provide applicants with an opportunity to present their qualifications and discuss their suitability for the role.
Successful applicants will then receive a job offer from the Nigerian Immigration Service. All shortlisted candidates must complete the necessary paperwork and accept the job offer before beginning work with the Nigerian Immigration Service.

What are the requirements?

In order to be considered for the Nigeria Immigration Service shortlisted candidate list, applicants must meet a number of criteria. The basic requirements include being a Nigerian citizen or legal resident, being between 18 and 35 years old, and having at least a secondary school certificate or equivalent qualification.
Applicants should also have a valid international passport, along with an authentication certificate from their state of origin. Additionally, applicants must be medically fit and pass a background check before being considered for the list.

What is the selection process?

The selection process for the Nigeria Immigration Service shortlisted candidates involves a few stages. Firstly, candidates must meet the specified criteria in order to be considered for selection. This criteria includes the completion of a written test and an interview. The written test is designed to assess the candidate’s knowledge of immigration law and policy, and is marked by a panel of experienced immigration experts.

Following this, successful candidates are invited for an interview. During the interview, the candidate is asked questions related to their experience and knowledge in the area of immigration law and policy. This interview is conducted by an independent panel of immigration professionals.

Finally, after completing both the written test and the interview, successful candidates will be chosen for the final stage of selection. This final stage involves a review of the candidate’s qualifications and experience in relation to the position they are applying for. If the candidate meets all of the criteria set out by the selection committee, they will be selected as one of the shortlisted candidates.

How to check NIS shortlisted candidates 2024

Currently, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recruitment portal is still remain open for those that did not apply, check below

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