Nigeria Immigrations (NIS) Recruitment – Online Practice
You can now access Nigeria Immigrations (NIS) Recruitment Test Past Questions on the go. Practice online on your devices at your pace and time. This is the online companion for the Nigeria Immigrations (NIS) Job Test Prep E-Book, which allows you assess your preparation and puts you in right shape for the examination.
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Are you interested in working with a Government Agency? If so, Nigeria Immigrations can offer real career opportunities for you.
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About Nigeria Immigrations
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) was extracted from the Nigeria Police (NP) in August, 1958. It was at that time referred to as the Immigration Department and headed by the Chief Federal Immigration Officer (CFIO).
The Immigration Department was established by an Act of Parliament (Cap 171, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria) on August 1, 1963 when Alhaji Shehu Shagari was the Minister of Internal Affairs (a position now referred to as Minister of Interior).
Nigeria Immigration’s Hiring Process
The recruitment process at Nigeria Immigrations might change according to the position you are applying for, its level, your experience and knowledge, and other parameters. The breakdown below explains the basic steps:
- Application: Apply online.
- Computer Based Test: you will be required to take a computer based test.
- Interview/Screening: if you are successful from the test, you will have an interview/screening with a panel.
Nigeria Immigration’s Aptitude Tests
The assessments you will be asked to take depend on the role you want, and could be:
- Numerical reasoning: Calculation tests, and/or questions about facts and figures, that assess your quantitative abilities.
- Verbal Reasoning: Evaluates your grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension, with a given text that you will analyze, and will be asked questions about.
- Logical Reasoning: Non-verbal and/ or verbal tests, that assess your information evaluation and attention to details.
- Current Affairs: This comprises of questions on current news and trends.
Nigeria Immigration’s Interview Questions
During the interview, the questions below might be asked. Therefore, prepare good answers in advance.
- Tell me about yourself.
- What do you know about the Nigeria Immigrations?
- What would your previous bosses say about you?
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