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Fred-Young & Evans
For expatriates to carry on their businesses in Nigeria some legal issues arises and same must be effectively dealt with to ensure smooth running of their businesses.
PwC Nigeria
The Comptroller General ​(CG) ​of the NIS, Mr. Mohammed Babandede, cited the harmonisation of data and ease of business in Nigeria as the reasons for this directive.
Deloitte Nigeria
The NIS, on Wednesday, 2 August 2017, announced that with effect from 1 January 2018, individuals who intend to obtain Nigerian passports or renew expired passports would be required...
Deloitte Nigeria
Consequently, foreigners intending to practice any profession in science, engineering, technology, medicine, accountancy etc. are required to acquire appropriate professional certifications from...
Deloitte Nigeria
Nigeria's Minister of Interior launched the new Immigration Regulations 2017 (the Regulation) on 20 March 2017.
PwC Nigeria
As part of Nigeria's drive to improve the ease of doing business, the Nigeria immigration service (NIS) has announced some changes to immigration procedures including:
PwC Nigeria
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recently deported some expatriates for abuse of work permits.
PwC Nigeria
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has issued a circular titled "Abolition of Re-entry Visa" indicating that the Minister of Interior has approved the discontinuance of re-entry visas for purpose of re-entering Nigeria for expatriates that have valid residence permits.
Dornim Solicitors And Legal Consultants
The Immigration Act provides that no person other than a citizen of Nigeria shall accept employment (not being employment with the Federal or State government) without the consent in writing of the Director of Immigration; or either alone or in partnership with any other person, practice a profession or establish or take over any trade or business or register or take over a limited liability company without the consent in writing of the Minister.
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Fred-Young & Evans
For expatriates to carry on their businesses in Nigeria some legal issues arises and same must be effectively dealt with to ensure smooth running of their businesses.
Deloitte Nigeria
Nigeria's Minister of Interior launched the new Immigration Regulations 2017 (the Regulation) on 20 March 2017.
PwC Nigeria
As part of Nigeria's drive to improve the ease of doing business, the Nigeria immigration service (NIS) has announced some changes to immigration procedures including:
Deloitte Nigeria
The NIS, on Wednesday, 2 August 2017, announced that with effect from 1 January 2018, individuals who intend to obtain Nigerian passports or renew expired passports would be required...
PwC Nigeria
The Comptroller General ​(CG) ​of the NIS, Mr. Mohammed Babandede, cited the harmonisation of data and ease of business in Nigeria as the reasons for this directive.
Deloitte Nigeria
Consequently, foreigners intending to practice any profession in science, engineering, technology, medicine, accountancy etc. are required to acquire appropriate professional certifications from...
PwC Nigeria
The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) recently deported some expatriates for abuse of work permits.
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