2023 Nigeria Immigration Service Recruitment: CBT Information

2023 Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Computer-Based Test (CBT) - What You Need to Know.

  • The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) will conduct a Computer-Based Test (CBT) on May 18, 2023, as part of its recruitment process. Applicants can check their status at http://cdcfib.career or through their emails and phones. The CBT is entirely free.

Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Computer-Based Test

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is an integral part of the Nigerian government, entrusted with the important duty of managing migration within the country. Every year, the NIS recruits enthusiastic and qualified individuals to join its ranks in order to better perform this vital task.

Overview of NIS Recruitment Process

The NIS recruitment process is a competitive one, aimed at selecting the most suitable candidates for the various roles within the service. This year, applicants will be required to undergo a Computer-Based Test (CBT) as part of the selection process.

Updates on the NIS CBT 2023

This post is specially designed to inform all candidates who have applied for recruitment into the NIS about the upcoming CBT. As part of the selection process, the CBT is set to hold on Thursday, 18th May, 2023.

Checking Your Application Status

To verify if you have been shortlisted, kindly visit the Civil Defence, Correctional, Fire and Immigration Services Board’s (CDCFIB) portal at http://cdcfib.career. Alternatively, you can check your email or phone messages for updates regarding your application status. If you have been selected, you can print your invitation letter for the CBT directly from the portal.

Reminder on CBT Process

Please note that the CBT stage of this recruitment process is entirely free. Candidates are advised to be cautious of any entity promising to facilitate the recruitment process for a fee.

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) is committed to a transparent and fair selection process. We wish all applicants the best of luck in the upcoming Computer-Based Test (CBT).

Remember, it’s not just about joining a service, it’s about contributing to the nation’s security and development. Good luck!

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