According to a circular signed by the Chairman of the Employment Bureau, Sir Steve Adehi (UK), all interested members of the Nigerian Bar Association, who have applied to the Nigerian Immigration Service [NIS] from across the 127 branches of the NBA are required to furnish and forward the specified details/documents to facilitate an [on-merit] shortlisting process.
The Bureau however notes that the intervention is not a guarantee of a job placement.
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Please be informed that all interested members of the Nigerian Bar Association, who have applied to the Nigerian Immigration Service [NIS] from across the 127 branches of the NBA are hereby required to furnish and forward the under-listed details/documents to facilitate an [on-merit] shortlisting process –
[A] DETAILS 1. Name [As indicated on the online application portal] 2. SCN Enrollment No 3. Branch & Branch Code
[B] DOCUMENTS [ALL PDF SCANNED] 1. Nigerian Immigration Application Slip 2. Evidence of Membership of the Nigerian Bar Association [Branch Letter of Good standing] 3. Evidence of payment of 2023 Bar Practice Fees [BPF]
All details and documents should be sent via email with the subject “Nigerian Immigration Service  Recruitment – NBA President’s Intervention” to the NBA Employment Bureau on or before Wednesday, 5th April 2023 through the Vice Chairman, Salman A. Salman – firstname.lastname@example.org or the Secretary Uchenna Nwadialo – email@example.com or Chinaecherem Nwaubani – Chinaecherem@nigerianbar.org.
TAKE NOTE, that the aforementioned intervention is not a guarantee of a Job placement, but an effort to facilitate an on-merit shortlisting process. All eligible member-applicants MUST be ably QUALIFIED, MUST go through the entire recruitment process as only SUCCESSFUL candidates will be considered for the relevant positions.
For further enquiries, please contact Salman A. Salman on 08037252757 or Uchenna Nwadialo on 08098030060.
All the Best.
SIR STEVE ADEHI, SAN, FCIArb [U.K] Chairman, NBA
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