List of Nigeria Immigration Service Nationwide Office Location, Passport Offices and Contact Details

List of All Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Nationwide Office Location, Passport Offices, Zonal Headquarters and Contact Details

Nigeria Immigration Service Office Location: The Nigerian Immigration Service is responsible for the visa and passport processing, although each country has its own embassy in Nigeria, they can not do without immigration.

If you plan to process Nigeria’s international passport, you should go to the immigration office to begin.

In this article, you will have comprehensive detail about the Nigeria Immigration Service Office Location and Contact Details. The Nigerian immigration office is open to all Nigerians who wants to process both local ad international passport. The two main immigration offices are located in Abuja and Lagos with other passport and zonal offices in various locations in Nigeria.

Nigeria Immigration Head Offices and Contact Details in Nigeria

1. NIS Office Address in Abuja

Nnamdi Azikiwe Int’l Airport Road, Sauka, Abuja.

P.M.B. 38, Garki, Abuja.

Phone: +234-9-7806771

Email Address: info@immigration.gov.ng

2. NIS Office Address in Lagos

Old Radio Nigeria Road Ikoyi, Close to Obalende Lagos.

Phone: +234-9-7806771

Email Address: info@immigration.gov.ng

These are the direct contact of the Nigeria Immigration Service office in Nigeria. So you can process your visa and Passport through any of the locations.

Nationwide Nigeria Immigration Offices , Formations and Zonal Headquarters include

ZONAL HEADQUARTERS  
1 Zone ‘A’ Lagos PWD Bus Stop, former Passport Office, Ikeja nis.zoneA@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
2 Zone ‘B’ Kaduna Fed. Secretariat, Ahmadu Bello Way Kaduna nis.zoneB@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
3 Zone ‘C’ Bauchi Customs House, Yelwa Bauchi nis.zoneC@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
4 Zone ‘D’ Minna Niger State Secretariat, Minna nis.zoneD@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
5 Zone ‘E’ Owerri Customs House, Onitsha Road Owerri nis.zoneE@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
6 Zone ‘F’ Ibadan Customs Building, Bodija Ibadan nis.zoneF@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
7 Zone’ G’ Benin City Ikpoba Hill by Command Hqters, Benin City nis.zoneG@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng
8 Zone ‘H’ Makurdi 6, Kashim Ibrahim Road, Command Hqters Makurdi. nis.zoneH@nigeriaimmigration.gov.ng

Nigeria Immigration Passport Offices and Locations In Nigeria

PASSPORT OFFICES NATIONWIDE
1 Abia Passport Office 72, School Road, Umuahia
2 Abuja SHQ Nigeria Immigration Service Headqurters, Sauka Abuja
3 Abuja FCT Passport Office Old Secretariat Road, Gwagwalada
4 Adamawa Passport Federal Secretariat Complex Yola
5 Akwa Ibom Passport Office Fed. Secretariat, Abak Road Uyo
6 Anambra Passport Command Hqters,Awka
7 Bauchi Passport Office Fed. Secretariat Bauchi
8 Bayelsa Passport Office Road Safety Road, Yenogoa
9 Benue Passport Office 6, Kashim Ibrahim Rd GRA Makurdi
10 Borno Passport Office Off Bama Road, Maiduguri
11 Cross River Passport Office 2, Otuansa Street,opposite Airport
12 Delta State Passport Office Command Hqters, Ogwashiku Rd. Asaba
13 Ebonyi Passport Office 2, Afor Ezuna Road Abakaliki
14 Edo Passport Office Command Hqters, Ikpoba Hill, Benin City
15 Ekiti Passport Office Km 5 Afe Babalola Rd, Ado-Ekiti
16 Enugu Passport Office Fed. Secretariat, Ogui Layout Enugu
17 Gombe Passport Office Immigration Barracks, Bauchi Rd, Gombe
18 Imo Passport Office Onitsha Rd, Fed. Secretariat Owerri
19 Jigawa Passport Office Old State Secretariat, Dutse
20 Kaduna Passport Office Independence Way Kaduna
21 Kano Passport Office (1) By Farm Settlement, off Maiduguri Road, Kano
22 Kano Passport Office (2)
23 Katsina Passport Office Hassan Usman Road, Katsina
24 Kebbi Passport Office By New Govt. House, Argungu Rd Birni Kebbi
25 Kogi Passport Office Off Mount Patti Road, Lokoja
26 Kwara Passport Office Fed. Secrtariat, Fate Rd Ilorin
27 Lagos-Ikoyi Passport Office Alagbon Close ikoyi
28 Alausa Passport Offce Alausa, by Govt House, Ikeja
29 Festac Passport office 3rd Avenue, A close Festac Town
30 Nasarawa Passport Office Lafia-Makurdi Rd, LGA Sec. Lafia
31 Niger Passport Office Old State Secretariat, Minna
32 Ogun Passport Office Old Party Sec.Oke-Mosan
33 Ondo Passport Office Fed. Secretariat Complex, Akure
34 Osun Passport Office Gbogan Road, Oshogbo
35 Oyo Passport Office By Agodi Gate Area, Ibadan
36 Plateau Passport Office Fed. Secretariat Complex, Jos
37 Rivers Passport Office Fed. Secretariat, Aba Rd PH
38 Sokoto Passport Office Fed. Secretariat Complex Sokoto
39 Taraba Passport Office Mile 6 Jalingo-Numan Rd Jalingo
40 Yobe Passport Office Gashua Road, Damaturu
41 Zamfara Passport Office Near Govt. House, Gusau.
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Brief History About Nigeria Immigration Service

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) was extracted from the Nigeria Police (NP) in August, 1958. It was at that time referred to as the Immigration Department and headed by the Chief Federal Immigration Officer (CFIO).

The Immigration Department was established by an Act of Parliament (Cap 171, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria) on August 1, 1963 when Alhaji Shehu Shagari was the Minister of Internal Affairs (a position now referred to as Minister of Interior).

The initial Law regulating Immigration Duties was the Immigration Act of 1963 which was amended in 2014 and again in 2015 (Immigration Act, 2015).

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The Service has from 1963 been restructured to manage modern migration in line with global, regional and sub-regional political alignments.

The NIS has leveraged the use of Information and Communication Technologies in its operations including:

  • The introduction of the Machine Readable electronic passport (MRP) in 2007
  • The creation of a Service website (www.immigration.gov.ng) and portal (portal.immigration.gov.ng)
  • Global Passport intervention in line with the Federal Government Policy on Citizenship Diplomacy
  • Forensic laboratory services for the examination of travel documents and monetary instruments
  • The introduction of the Combined Expatriate Residence Permit and Aliens Card (CERPAC)

As empowered by Section 2 the Immigration Act, 2015, the Service is responsible for:

  • The control of persons entering or leaving Nigeria
  • The issuance of travel documents, including Nigerian passports, to bonafide Nigerians within and outside Nigeria
  • The issuance of residence permits to foreigners in Nigeria
  • Border surveillance and patrol
  • Enforcement of laws and regulations with which they are directly charged; and
  • The performance of such para-military duties within or outside Nigeria as may be required of them under the authority of this Act or any other enactment
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The Nigeria Immigration Service has been under the leadership of the following from inception:

  • E. H. Harrison, Esq (Chief Federal Immigration Officer) from 1962 – 1966
  • J. E. Onugogu, Esq (Chief Federal Immigration Officer) from 1966 – 1967
  • Alayedeino, Esq (Chief Federal Immigration Officer) from 1967 – 1976
  • Alhaji Aliyu Muhammed (Director of Immigration) from 1977 – 1979
  • Alhaji Lawal Sambo (Director of Immigration) from 1979 -1985
  • Muhammed Damulak, Esq (Director of Immigration) from 1985 – 1990
  • Alhaji Garba Abbas (last Director of Immigration, 1st Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 1990 – 1995
  • Alhaji Sahabi Abubakar (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 1995 – 1999
  • Alhaji U. K. Umar (Acting Comptroller-General Immigration Service – Ag. CGIS) from 1999 – 2000
  • Lady U. C. Nwizu (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 2000 – 2004
  • Mr. Chukwurah Joseph Udeh (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 2005 – 2010
  • Mrs. Rose Chinyere Uzoma (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 2010 – 2013
  • Rilwan Bala Musa, mni (Acting Comptroller-General Immigration Service – Ag. CGIS) 2013
  • David Shikfu Parradang, mni (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 2013 – 2015
  • Martin Kure Abeshi (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 2015 – 2016
  • Muhammed Babandede, MFR (Comptroller-General Immigration Service – CGIS) from 2016 – date

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