The NIS Recruitment 2018 List Of Shortlisted Candidates and Exam Date has been publish online via www.nisrecruitment.org.ng. This is to inform all applicants for recruitment into Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) and the general public that the ongoing recruitment exercise into the Nigeria Immigration Service is awaiting further directives from the Civil Defence, Fire, Immigration and Prisons Services Board (CDFIPB).
The next phase of the exercise shall be officially announced, including on this website, once notification is received from the CDFIPB.
Be advised to disregard any information or request not corroborated from this website please.
NIS Recruitment 2018 List Of Shortlisted Candidates:
The NIS Recruitment 2018 list of successful shortlisted applicants will published online, also text message will be sent to all the successful shortlisted applicants information them of the exact date of their screening examination date.
COMPUTER BASED TEST
There shall be computer based test for shortlisted candidates. Appropriate time and date shall be communicated to such persons.
Nis Recruitment 2018 Statutory Requirements:
i. Applicant must be Nigerian by birth.
ii. Applicants must possess the requisite qualifications and Certificates. Any certificate or qualification not declared and accepted at the recruitment centre shall not be accepted after recruitment.
Iii Applicant must be medically fit and present certificate of medical fitness from any government hospital.
iv. Applicant must be of good character and must not have been convicted of any criminal offence;
v. Applicant must not be a member of a secret society, cult, a drug addict e.t.c.;
vi. Applicant must be free from financial embarrassment;
vii. Applicant must be between the ages of 18-30 years.
Viii Applicant’s height must not be less than 1.65m for males and 1.60m for females;
Viii Applicant’s chest measurement of not less than 0.87m for men.
ix. Computer literacy will be an added advantage.
B. Applicants with any of the following disabilities need not apply:
i. Impediment in speech (stammerer/dumb)
ii. Gross malformation of teeth
iii. Knocked knees
iv. Bent knees
v. Bow legs
vii. Flat foot
viii. Limb legs
ix. Bent arms/deformed hands/fracture
x. Defective eyesight (squint-eye, crossed eye, one-eyed and total blindness)
xi. Amputation of any part of physical body
xii. Hearing impaired (deaf)
xiii. Hunched back
xvi. Medical challenges and any other physical deformity not mentioned
Sunday Dan Ogu, FCAI
Secretary to the Board
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