Update on Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment For 2023/2024

Update on Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment For 2023/2024: Following the various reportage regarding the opening of the portal for the recruitment of persons in the Ghana immigration service, the management of GIS has come out with a disclaimer to debunk those reports.

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A social media update from the Ghana Immigration Service pages shows that the GIS is not embarking on any enlistment or recruitment exercise. That GIS has not assigned any person or persons to recruit via social media.

According to GIS their outfit only makes publications with the following media: Daily Graphic, Ghanaian Times, and their official website www.gis.gov.ghย 

It further urges job seekers to disregard all GIS recruitment information circulating on social media.

Finally, the management of GIS gave out contacts to the general public to report any suspected ongoing GIS recruitment calls.ย  0291-513-025 or 0299-331-054ย  or via email: [email protected]

Update on Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment For 2023/2024

Please stay tuned with us as we continue to monitor the platforms given out for any official release of the recruitment form by GIS. We shall continue to update you as and when the forms are out.

  • Update on Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment For 2023/2024

About Ghana Immigration Service – GIS

The Ghana Immigration Service started as the Immigration and Passport Unit of the Gold Coast Colonial Police Force under the command of Mr. Nevile C. Hill.

On attainment of independence in 1957, the rapid expansion of the economy coupled with Ghanaโ€™s role as a trailblazer in the African liberation struggle led to the country being swamped with foreign businessmen, tourists, and African aliens.

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To control this influx, a Cabinet decision in 1960 transferred the Immigration Unit to the Ministry of the Interior as a separate department, while the Ministry of Foreign Affairs took over the issuing of passports. These measures were taken to enhance service delivery. Three (3) years later, the aliens Act 1963, Act 160 was enacted to give legal backing to immigration operations.

In November 1989, by PNDC Law 226, the Immigration Department was converted into a Paramilitary Service.

Established under PNDC Law 226 in 1989, the Ghana Immigration Service remains the sole institution with the statutory mandate to regulate and monitor the entry, residence, employment, and exit of foreigners in the country. The passage of the Immigration Act 2000, Act 573 expanded the functions and roles of the Service. Prominent among these are the Indefinite Residence and Right of Abode facilities.

 

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