Nigeria Immigration Service
Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has said it will continue to strengthen its partnership with Chinese mobile technology giant, Huawei, for effective migration management.
Ikoyi Passport Office now works 7 days weekly to clear backlog of applications, says Control Officer
The Ikoyi Office of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) in Lagos, says that it has extended its working days to include Saturdays
The 16th Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede has been pulled out of service. The event was attended by Minister of Interior Rauf Aregbesola, other government officials, senior NIS officers, local and international partners, Jigawa Governor Muhammadu Badaru Abubakar, Emr of Hadejia, HRH Adamu Abubakar Maje, friends and family members. Born November…
It all began at number 27 Kakawa Street, off Broad Street in Lagos. In October 1962, two years after Nigeria’s Independence, pioneer Immigration Officers drawn from the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) were enrolled into the then Immigration Department. It will interest many to know that what is now Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) used to be…
The outgoing Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede, has called on officers and men of the service to build on the achievements and progress made during his five-year, four month tenure, and not allow the legacy to decay.
The Festac Passport Office (FPO) of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has reaffirmed commitment to the issuance of e-passport schemes as part of the agenda of the...
Determined to raise awareness on the activities of its agencies, the Ministry of Interior, will tomorrow, air a documentary on the country’s longest border closure by 9:00 p.m.
Customer is king is an age-long mantra that stresses the importance of a customer in every business transaction. This literally means that a service provider, public or private entity
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), says it has rescued four female victims of human trafficking in Jigawa.
Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Immigration Service, (NIS), Muhammed Babandede, has asked Nigerians to stop paying cash at all NIS passports offices because the agency no longer receives cash payments for any of its services in order to reduce corruption in the system. Babandede made this known while commissioning a live public chatroom and the resuscitation…
Given the propensity of Nigerians for foreign travel and the inadequate official response or capacity to procure the international passports seamlessly, reports of irregularities...