Immigration in Nigeria refers to the rules, regulations, and processes governing the movement of people into and out of the country. The Nigerian immigration system is managed and overseen by the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), a government agency responsible for enforcing immigration laws and administering related services.
Throughout my legal career, I have dedicated myself to the practice of immigration law, guiding numerous foreign clients through the complex and ever-changing landscape of immigration regulations. My experience encompasses a wide range of immigration matters, including Business permits, residence permits, Expatriate Quotas, Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card (CERPAC), and compliance with immigration laws for businesses employing foreigners/Expatriates
It's essential for foreign nationals visiting or residing in Nigeria to comply with the country's immigration laws and regulations. Failure to do so may lead to legal consequences, including fines, deportation, or other immigration penalties.
Tailored Legal Strategies and Solutions for Immigration
Frequently Asked Questions
These are just a few of the frequently asked questions regarding immigration procedures in Nigeria. It is important to consult with the Nigerian embassy or consulate in your country of residence or an experienced immigration lawyer for specific advice related to your situation.