How To Apply For Ghana Immigration Service

How To Apply For Ghana Immigration Service

Learn more about how to apply for Ghana Immigration Service

What is immigration service?

The service has a statutory mandate to regulate and monitor the entry, residence, employment and exit of foreigners in the country. The passage of the Immigration Act of 2000 (Act 573) expanded the functions and roles of the service to include giving indefinite residence and right of abode facilities to foreigners.

How much does Ghana Immigration Service pay Wassce recruit?

The minimum pay for personnel working with the Ghana Immigration Service is estimated to be GH¢ 1500 per month. All Government workers are paid based on the Single Spine Salary Structure (SSSS) which was implemented in 2010

Ghana Immigration Form 2022 out?

Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment Online Applications Normally Begins on November 2022 and ends on December 2022. Carefully read through the entry and recruitment instructions on this page before proceeding to apply for GIS enlistment.

How long is immigration training?

When you apply for a job as an immigration officer, training is imperative. These programs often last for as long as 8 months, although some are shorter at just a month.

Ghana Immigration Service portal open?

The Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment Portal has been opened after the Government of Ghana through the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, granted the Ghana Immigration Service , financial clearance to recruit 2000 staff into the Security sector.

What do Ghana Immigration Service do?

The Ghana Immigration Service is mandated to regulate and monitor the entry, residence, employment and exit of all foreigners. Movement of Ghanaians into and out of the country is equally monitored.

How do I become an airport Immigration officer in Ghana?

  1. GRADUATE ENTRY [GENERAL DUTIES] Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record. …
  2. HND. …
  3. DIPLOMA. …

What equipment has the Ghana Immigration Service?

The gesture, the Spanish Government said, was to support the Government of Ghana to manage irregular migration and other cross border crime. The equipment consisted of six Mitsubishi L200 cross-country vehicles, 23 desktop computers and 10 printers. The Spanish Ambassador to Ghana, H.E.