Get ready for the NIS Physical Screening for the 2023 Recruitment happening from 14th to 28th June.
Nigeria Immigration Physical Screening: Essential Requirements
The much-anticipated Nigeria Immigration Physical Screening for 2023 recruitment is slated to take place from the 14th to the 28th of June, 2023.
This integral part of the recruitment process helps evaluate candidates’ physical fitness and their overall aptitude for roles within the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS).
In this guide, we provide you with a comprehensive list of all the necessary requirements for the NIS physical screening.
As the requirements may differ depending on the specific job role and recruitment cycle, it’s essential to stay updated on any changes.
However, there are certain common items and documents that you’re expected to bring along for the NIS physical screening.
1. Original and Photocopies of Credentials
Please bring the original copies of all necessary documents.
These documents include your educational certificates, birth certificate, and National Identification Number (NIN).
It’s crucial to remember to also carry photocopies of these documents.
Note: Ensure to double-check and verify the list of required documents for your specific application.
2. Application Confirmation Sli
Don’t forget to bring a printed copy of the application confirmation slip as evidence of successfully completing the online application process.
3. Academic Qualification Certificates
Remember to bring the original copies of your academic certificates.
These may include your Secondary School Certificate (SSCE), National Diploma (ND), Higher National Diploma (HND), or university degree.
The specific position you are applying for will determine the required educational documents.
4. Medical Fitness Report
A vital aspect of the screening process is the submission of a medical fitness report obtained from a recognized hospital or medical center, indicating that you are physically and mentally fit.
5. Proof of Age
Bring along the original copy and a photocopy of your birth certificate or age declaration document. This is to verify your age and date of birth.
6. Local Government Identification
Carry your local government identification letter or certificate. This acts as proof of your origin and local government area.
7. Passport Photographs
Prepare to bring a certain number of recent passport-sized photographs with clear, white backgrounds. The exact number will be specified in the recruitment guidelines.
8. Writing Materials
Keep writing materials like pens and pencils at hand. You should also bring along a notepad or clipboard for any written examinations or assessments during the screening process.
9. Physical Fitness Attire
Dress appropriately for the physical aspects of the screening. Wear comfortable sportswear or athletic attire that allows for easy movement during the physical exercises. This includes a T-shirt, shorts or tracksuit bottoms, and sports shoes.
10. Personal Items
Lastly, remember to bring personal items such as water bottles, snacks, and any necessary medications.
Bringing along water and snacks will help you stay hydrated and energized during the screening process. Prioritize well-being and maintain energy levels.
It’s crucial to remember that these requirements are general and may vary with each recruitment cycle.
Therefore, it’s highly recommended to carefully review the specific instructions and guidelines provided by the Nigeria Immigration Service for the particular recruitment exercise you are participating in.
This will ensure you have all the necessary items and documents ready for the NIS physical screening.
Disclaimer: Always follow the specific instructions and guidelines provided by the Nigeria Immigration Service for your particular recruitment exercise.