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NIS Screening Date 2023 is Out | NIS CBT Exams Venue

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NIS Screening Date 2023/2024 is Out | Nigerian Immigration Service CBT Exams Venue: We’re excited to provide you with the most latest information on the NIS screening date as well as everything else you need to know about the Nigeria Immigration Service recruitment process.

We’ll teach you how to see if you’re one of the numerous candidates who have been shortlisted for the next stage of NIS recruiting, the nationwide NIS screening exercise, in this post.

Candidates who took the recently completed NIS aptitude test should be aware that the Nigeria Immigration Service has yet to reveal the results of the NIS CBT aptitude test, as well as the names of those who have qualified for the next stage of the recruiting process.

When is NIS CBT Exams Screening Date?

This is to notify all candidates who have applied for NIS recruiting about the upcoming CBT. The CBT is scheduled to take place as part of the selection process on Thursday, May 18, 2023.

How To Check NIS Screening List 2023/2024

Would you want to see if your name is on the NIS recruiting screening list of candidates? if yes follow the steps below to see if your name is on the Nigeria Immigration Service’s recruitment screening list.

  • Visit
  • Log in with your email and password
  • Navigate to Screening List”
  • Download the list and check your name

NIS Screening Requirements 2023 for Shortlisted Candidates

Candidates who have been shortlisted are encouraged to attend the exercise as specified above with the following documents:

The requirements for the NIS screening exercise are listed below.

  • Original of all relevant Certificates, including indigene Certificate
  • Printout of this Letter of Invitation
  • Printout of Application Confirmation Slip with ID Number
  • A pair of the canvas, a white vest, and white shorts
  • Medical Certificate from a Governmental Hospital
  • Any other form of valid identification

NIS Screening Centers For Recruitment 2023

The NIS screening will take place in selected places throughout each State, including the Federal Capital Territory. Each state’s screening locations will be announced soon.

The following states will be screened by NIS:

Abia Adamawa Akwa Ibom
Anambra Bauchi Bayelsa
Benue Borno Cross River
Delta Ebonyi Edo
Ekiti Enugu Gombe
Imo Jigawa Kaduna
Kano Katsina Kebbi
Kogi Kwara Lagos
Nasarawa Niger Ogun
Ondo Osun Oyo
Plateau Rivers Sokoto
Taraba Yobe Zamfara &  FCT

Checking the Status of Your Application

Please visit the Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire, and Immigration Services Board’s (CDCFIB) portal at to see if you have been shortlisted. Alternatively, you can check your email or phone messages for updates on the status of your application. If you have been chosen, you can print your CBT invitation letter immediately from the portal.

Reminder on the CBT Process

Please keep in mind that the CBT step of this recruitment procedure is completely free. Candidates should be wary of any business that promises to facilitate the recruitment process for a charge.

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is dedicated to a fair and transparent selection procedure. We wish everyone good luck in the upcoming Computer-Based Test (CBT).

How to pass Nigerian Immigration Service Screening Exams

To pass the Nigerian Immigration Service Screening Exams, it is recommended to:
  1. Familiarize yourself with the syllabus and exam format.
  2. Study relevant subjects such as Nigerian history, geography, current events, government policies, and laws related to immigration.
  3. Practice with past papers and sample questions to improve speed and accuracy.
  4. Read widely to enhance your general knowledge and vocabulary.
  5. Stay calm and focused on the day of the exam and manage your time effectively.

Note: This information is provided for general information purposes only and should not be taken as legal or professional advice. The screening process is subject to change and it is advisable to consult the Nigerian Immigration Service directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

What to do next after Nigerian Immigration Service Screening Exams

After completing the Nigerian Immigration Service Screening Exams, the next step would be to wait for the results to be released by the Nigerian Immigration Service. If you pass the exams, you will be invited to the next stage of the recruitment process, which typically includes an interview and other assessments. If you do not pass, you may need to retake the exams at a later time. It is advisable to regularly check the Nigerian Immigration Service’s official website or contact them directly for updates on the status of your application.


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