Nigeria Immigration Service
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Heirs Insurance Group has presented a 30KVA solar power station to the Ikoyi Passport Office of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) to address its operational challenges.
The Comptroller-General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Caroline Adepoju, yesterday, said that the Service needs more facilities and centres to meet up with prompt passport issuance.
Eleven personnel from the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) were involved in a tragic accident a few kilometres from Kano on Sunday while returning to Abuja from an official assignment.
The plan by the Ministry of Interior to accelerate the issuance of the Nigerian passport to citizens is laudable only to the extent of it yielding practical results. Similar promises were made by state officials in the past with little to show for it.
‘112,351 passport booklets yet to be collected by applicants’ Ag. Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration
The Acting Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Wura-Ola Adepoju, has said 112,351 passport booklets are yet to be collected by applicants across the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.
Federal government has set a new target for the Nigeria Immigration Service, (NIS), to produce 24, 000 passports daily in order to meet demand for the document and ease the process for applicants.
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has been given a marching order for repository of accurate data on expatriates and dismantling of observed bottlenecks to ensure seamless issuance of international passports.
Minister of Interior, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo has charged management of the Nigeria Immigration Service, (NIS), to evolve key reforms in the passport process to overcome challenges of delayed issuance and corruption as expressed by President Bola Tinubu.
Officers and men of the Nigeria Immigration Service are reportedly frowning at perceived plans by the Federal Government to extend the tenure of acting Comptroller General (CG) of Immigration, Mrs. Carol Adepoju Wura-Ola, by another six months.
Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has witnessed robust reforms by deploying information technology to drive its operations and prepare for emerging challenges associated with migration.
Justice Yelim Bogoro sitting at the Federal High Court, Lagos, yesterday, awarded a cost of N6 million against the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), in favour of a businessman, Igwe Dennis Nwaokpara, who was unlawfully arrested, deported from Kenya and detained in Nigeria.
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has confirmed the promotion of 7,000 officers across various ranks and departments. The promotion was confirmed by the NIS on Wednesday was approved by its board and carried out under the leadership of Acting Comptroller General (CG) Wuraola Adepoju. NIS spokesperson, Kenneth Kure in the statement disclosed that the promotion…