West Africa Immigration Service

Immigration Advisory

The Immigration Advisory of the Firm covers all aspects of inbound and outbound immigration services.

We offer our services to a variety of clients in various sectors of the Nigerian economy and our Firms prides itself in its broad and in-depth expertise in this respect. Our firm’s expertise in Nigeria Immigration law has been recognized in Who’s Who Legal Corporate Immigration.

Our Immigration and Regulatory Advisory Service is now extended to West Africa – Benin, Ghana and Togo. We have developed the capacity to provide our services as it relates to work permit authorisations and ancillary services in these countries.

Our Immigration Practice is made up of proficient lawyers and paralegals with vast experience in Immigration and other regulatory matters.

Work Authorisation and Work Permit Services

The team assists with the procurement of Expatriate Quota Approval and operating licenses and permits. We also assist clients in diverse industries to process work permits (CERPAC, ECOWAS Permit, etc). Our services also extend to Free Trade Zone Compliance and filing on monthly returns.

Document Services

Whether you are going to another jurisdiction to study or work we assist with procurement, authentication and legalisation of vital documents needed to obtain requisite study and work visas in other jurisdictions.

Consular Services

We offer professional and trusted consular service to other countries such as Angola, Egypt, Kenya, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Schengen applications, South Africa, UAE, UK and the US from Nigeria.

Visa Service

Obtaining Visa – on – Arrival, Business Visa and Temporary Work Permit.

Expatriate Cultural Orientation

We understand that overseas business assignments including employment relocation can be unsettling and even daunting, as exciting as the prospects may seem. However, with access to quality information, expectations can be better managed and the whole process given a soft-landing. At JEE, we provide quality information including cultural awareness to make relocation to Nigeria a less onerous experience.

Investment Migration

Investment Migration has become a theme of increasing interest among globally mobile businesspersons and investors because of the expansion of globalisation. The growing trend is for wealthy individuals and families to invest substantially in countries other than their countries of origin to acquire citizenship of the countries they invest in. Many countries now offer direct citizenship or residency (with the right to citizenship after a certain period ranging from 1 to 10 years) through investment in the countries. Amongst the numerous reasons that make the Investment Migration popular is the fact that it is the fastest way to become a ‘global citizen’ and it gives a successful investor and his/her family access to good quality of life, especially investors from developing countries like Nigeria.

For more information, please contact:

Sade Olowe – afolasadeolowe@jacksonettiandedu.com