A Temporary Work Permit (TWP) approval is required for a skilled foreigner to perform employment duties in Nigeria on a temporary basis.
On the 8th of June, 2020, COVID-19 Response-: Revised Quarantine Protocol was released by the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19.
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It is no longer news that the Federal Government of Nigeria, in February 2020, rolled out a new regime of visas with 79 classes to replace the erstwhile 6 classes in what appears to be a desirable revolution in the country's immigration policies.
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President Muhammadu Buhari on 4th February 2020, unveiled the NVP 2020.
On 4th February 2020, the Federal Government of Nigeria launched a new Nigeria Visa Policy 2020 ("NVP" or the "Policy"). President Muhammadu Buhari stated that "the Policy is expected
The movement of people across borders, legally or illegally, brings about talent exchange, population growth, cultural diversity, security challenges among others.
The Federal Government of Nigeria through the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) on 4 February 2020 launched the Nigeria Visa Policy 2020 (NVP 2020).
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) on 4 February 2020 launched the Nigeria Visa Policy 2020 (NVP 2020).
Key changes of the policy include new categories for visa types, visas-on-arrival for all African Union members,...
Naija people find travelling a more than an only challenging task. As the passport of Nigeria is the 82nd on the passport index, it allows to enter ...
The Nigerian Immigration Service recently rolled out a new Visa on Arrival application process for Business Travelers and African nationals.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Immigration Act, 2015 and the Immigration Regulation 2017, the Nigerian Immigration Service recently issued the Migrant e-Registration Guidelines.
A TWP is an entry permit available to expatriates who possess special skills and are invited to Nigeria by corporate bodies to carry out short term assignments such as erection / after-sales installation work, ...
This is a visa available to expatriates employed by individuals, corporate bodies or government in Nigeria. It allows passage into Nigeria with the obligation to regularize the visa once in county.
Expatriate quota in Nigeria is an approval granted by the Minister of Interior affairs to foreign or indigenous companies to enable foreign employees, directors or owners of businesses work in Nigeria.
The treaty allows for free Entry into any ECOWAS member state and stay for 90days.
Application for a VOA is strictly an online process.
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recently released a simplified guideline (The Guideline) for a successful migrant e-registration. This was necessitated by the need to ensure a credible
The Nigerian Immigration Services (NIS) has implemented a new requirement for biometric registration of foreign nationals who remain in Nigeria for over 90 days.
The Nigeria Immigration Service has released guidelines for migrants e-registration requiring foreigners to register not later than 31 December 2019 or face sanctions.