Visa on Arrival: NIS advises investors to take advantage to improve Migration
The Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Mr Muhammad Babandede, has called on genuine investors to take advantage of the visa on arrival policy to improve migration.
NIS gives entry requirements for non-Nigerian
Mr Muhammad Babandede, Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has stated the entry requirements for Non-Nigerian travelling to Nigeria.
Immigration warns officials against arms mishandling, urges e-migrant compliance
The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammad Babandede, has warned officers of the service against mishandling of arms.
11,000 migrants registered in Ogun
The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS), Ogun State Command, said it has registered 11,000 immigrants since the e-immigration exercise began in August. It said it had been able to register over 11,000 migrants
Visa on arrival policy not for victimisation, Immigration clarifies
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has debunked speculations that the government’s visa on arrival policy was not to victimise an ethnic
NIS Commences e-Passport Issuance At Alausa, Lagos Office
This Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has commenced issuing e-passport at its Alausa, Lagos office. The service also announced that the recent visa on arrival policy would take effect from January 2020.
NIS clarifies visa-on-arrival for Africans
The chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun State, Prince Adegboyega Famoodun has explained the reason the forum of APC state chairmen prevented the National Chairman of the party
Traders’ Cup debuts on Thursday at NIS’s pitch
The first edition of the Lagos Traders’ Cup sponsored by the Globacom Limited will commenced on Thursday at the National Institute for Sports (NIS) pitch, National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos.
Nigeria will not condone criminality, terrorism, says immigration boss
Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Muhammed Babandede, has declared that the Service was poised to protect the country’s borders, noting that Nigeria would not tolerate any form of cross border criminality, terrorism and organised crime.