Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment 2020/2021 Application & Guidelines

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Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment

I believe you visit this page because you seek information about the Ghana Immigration Service, GIS recruitment exercise. This page will give you insight on how to apply for or enlisted to GIS recruitment 2020/2021.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Before you continue, be informed that the 2020/2021 Ghana Immigration Service, GIS Recruitment has not yet started. The information on this page was for 2017/2020 session, Therefore, we provide it to give your insight on how to prepare yourself for the forthcoming 2020/19 Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment. So read the details below:

Before we Continue, Let’s talk a little 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 Ghana’s role as a trailblazer in the African liberation struggle led to the country being swamped with foreign businessmen, tourists and African aliens. 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. 

joingis.com recruitment: Applications are invited from in suitably qualified Ghanaians for the 2020/2021 Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) recruitment exercise.  INTERESTED AND SUITABLY QUALIFIED members of the public can apply for any of the Job positions available at GIS.

This Post contains the following values:-

  • GIS Recruitment Entry Requirements
  • Ghana Immigration Recruitment Application Form 2020/2021?
  • Ghana Immigration Service Entry Requirements
  • GIS Enlistment 2020/2021
  • Ghana Immigration Application Closing Date 2020/2021.
  • Ghana Immigration E-Recruitment Portal

Important Dates:-

Sale of E-Vouchers begins from 27th November 2020 to 11th December 2020, Online Application begins on 29th November 2020 and ends on 13th December 2020. So Take Note

GHANA IMMIGRATION SERVICE RECRUITMENT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS 2020/2021.

There are various Categories available in the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) for application by Interested Ghanaians. To view the application requirements for each category for the 2020/2021 Ghana Police Service Recruitment, Click on the link representing the category of choice.

Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment: GRADUATE ENTRY 2020/2021 – Requirements

Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment: HND ENTRY 2020/2021 – Requirements

Ghana Immigration Service Recruitment: NON GRADUATE ENTRY (RECRUITS) 2020/2021 – Requirements

Alternatively Check Below for Details Or Visit Entry Requirements Page Here

Ghana Immigration Service GIS Recruitment/Enlistment Requirements for Graduate

All candidates are to satisfy the following requirements:

GENERAL DUTIES
• Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
• Must possess a first degree.
• Must have completed National Service.
• Must be of a minimum age of 18 and not more than 30 years by 31st December, 2020.
• Must be physically and medically fit.
• Must be of good character.
• Must not be bonded.
• Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Female.

LAWYERS
• Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
• Must have served 2 – 5 years at the Bar.
• Must have completed National Service.
• Must be computer Literate.
• Must be of a minimum age of 21 and not more than 35 years by 31st December, 2020.
• Must be physically and medically fit.
• Must be of good character.
• Must not be bonded.
• Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Female.

 

Ghana Immigration Service GIS Recruitment/Enlistment Requirements for HND Entry

All candidates are to satisfy the following requirements:

ICT
• Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
• Must possess Higher National Diploma [HND] in ICT.
• Must have completed National Service.
• Must be of a minimum age of 18 and not more than 30 years by 31st December, 2020.
• Must be physically and medically fit.
• Must be of good character.
• Must not be bonded.
• Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Female.

ACCOUNTING
•   Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
•   Must possess Higher National Diploma [HND] in Accounting.
•   Must have completed National Service.
•   Must be computer literate.
•   Must be of a minimum age of 18 and not more than 30 years by 31st December, 2020.
•   Must be physically and medically fit.
•   Must be of good character.
•   Must not be bonded.
•   Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Females.

STATISTICS
•   Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
•   Must possess Higher National Diploma [HND] in Statistics.
•   Must have completed National Service.
•   Must be computer literate.
•   Must be of a minimum age of 18 and not more than 30 years by 31st December, 2020.
•   Must be physically and medically fit.
•   Must be of good character.
•   Must not be bonded.
•   Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Females.

PURCHASING & SUPPLY
•   Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
•   Must possess Higher National Diploma [HND] in Purchasing & Supply.
•   Must have completed National Service.
•   Must be computer literate.
•   Must be of a minimum age of 18 and not more than 30 years by 31st December, 2020.
•   Must be physically and medically fit.
•   Must be of good character.
•   Must not be bonded.
•   Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Females.

 

Ghana Immigration Service GIS Recruitment/Enlistment Requirements for Non-Graduate Entry (Recruits)

All candidates are to satisfy the following requirements:

•   Must be a Ghanaian citizen by birth with no criminal record.
•   Must hold SSSCE/WASSCE Certificate with Five (5) credits including English Language or Mathematics.
•   Must be of a minimum age of 18 and not more than 30 years by 31st December, 2020.
•   Must be physically and medically fit.
•   Must be of good character.
•   Must not be bonded.
•   Must have a minimum height of 173 cm (5ft 8inch) for Males and 163 cm (5ft 4inch) for Females.

Click Here to Download and Print the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Entry Requirements [.PDF]

GHANA IMMIGRATION SERVICE RECRUITMENT APPLICATION 2020/2021 – HOW TO APPLY

NB: Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment Online Applications Begins 29th November 2020 and ends on 11th December 2020.

Watch GIS Recruitment Application Video Here and Read the Steps Below:

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Carefully read through the entry and recruitment instructions on this page before proceeding to apply for GIS enlistment. Make your decisions and take note of all required data in the subsequent steps.

  1. Visit the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Recruitment Portal via http://apply.joingis.com/
  2. Click on the Apply Now tab and enter the e-voucher serial and pin code details. Select your highest educational level.
  3. Select preferred branch and enter your Bio and Educational data and upload a passport sized picture of dimension (200×180) pixels before submitting.
  4. Print out a copy of the application summary report, which contains details of your Applicant Identification (ID Number) and other relevant data.
  5. Once the application is successfully submitted you can come back before the closing date to print your summary report with help of the card purchased.

IMPORTANT: Supply only genuine data about yourself (Bio & Educational). Any form of false data submitted would not be treated lightly by GIS command, and defaulters would be apprehended and prosecuted.

Click Here to Download and Print the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) Application Guidelines [.PDF]

GIS RECRUITMENT E-VOUCHERS

Make sure to buy your e-voucher from any of the Ghana Commercial Bank branches across the country from 27th November 2020 to 28th December 2020. You will need the serial number and the pin code from the e-voucher before starting the registration process.

GIS RECRUITMENT 2020/2021 – SCREENING AND EXAMINATION

Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by e-mail for Screening and Examination at the Screening Centre
selected during the online application

GIS RECRUITMENT 2020/2021 TRAINING

Only applicants who are successful in the Screening Examination will be invited for training.

CONTACT GIS

0202655021
0265375570
0269194166

info@joingis.com

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