Tourism

NEGATIVE IMPACT OF ILLEGAL MIGRATION- NIGERIA

Introduction Illegal immigration is the migration of people into a country in violation of the immigration laws of that country or the continued residence without the legal right to live in that country. Illegal immigration tends to be financially upward, from poorer to richer countries. Illegal residence in another country creates the risk of detention, deportation, and/or other sanctions. Some people move in search of work or economic opportunities, to join family, or to study. Others move to escape conflict, persecution, terrorism, or human rights violations. Still, others move in response to the adverse effects of climate change, natural disasters, or other environmental factors. Today, more people than...

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Emirates SkyCargo Sets Up Cargo Hub

Emirates SkyCargo

Emirates SkyCargo said it is stepping up its readiness to handle the logistical complexities of distributing a potential COVID-19 vaccine globally by creating the world’s first dedicated airside cargo hub for the vaccine in Dubai. The air cargo carrier is taking a global leadership position by announcing that it will be re-opening its Emirates SkyCentral DWC cargo terminal in Dubai South to serve as a dedicated anchor hub for cold chain storage and distribution of the vaccine. The freight division of Emirates has also set up a dedicated rapid response team to coordinate requests from the various partners involved in the...

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AfCFTA: MAN, LCCI call for re-opening of Nigeria’s borders

AfCFTA: MAN, LCCI call for re-opening of Nigeria’s borders

The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has urged the Federal Government to immediately re-open the country’s land borders to boost the economy and attract the much-needed investments following the official flag-off of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) slated for January 1, 2021. MAN’s President, Mr. Mansur Ahmed, who spoke during a virtual meeting in Lagos, said the timing was right for the suspension of the border closure in quest for AfCFTA’s success. He said the association understood government’s stance on the border closure following the massive smuggling and importation of counterfeit goods and other agriculture products into the country. Ahmed explained that...

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Enugu State, Land Of Coal

Enugu

Do you know that Enugu state is one of the 36 states in Nigeria with over 95% of untapped resources? Let look at the area of investment together. ENUGU STATE Enugu state is one of the 36 states in Nigeria; the state was established on August 21, 1991. Enugu state was created from the part of the old Anambra state. The principal cities in the state are Nsukka, Agbani and Awgu. The State derives its name from the capital city, Enugu, meaning "top of the hill” which is regarded as the oldest urban area in the Igbo speaking area of Southeast Nigeria. The...

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TRADE MISSION TO UK, TAKE ADVANTAGE!

Trade Mission

NIGERIAN LAW FIRM PROMOTES BILATERAL TRADE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UNITED KINGDOM & NIGERIA. A Nigerian law firm, Prince Joel & Associates, a Leading Business/Digital Law Firm and owner of Immigrationlawyernigeria.com (ILN), will lead a delegation of technocrats, business men and women,entrepreneurs, and investors to the ‘2019 Trade Mission to the United Kingdom. The Firm, in partnership with Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), invites interested Business owners, Stake holders, Think Tanks, Interested participants to join the 2019 Trade conference on Technology and the Future of Business in London and Sheffield, which is scheduled to hold from 10th to 14th June 2019. The Managing Partner of the firm,...

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Lagos State

Lagos State

Lagos State:  STATE OF EXCELLENCE   Lagos State is located in the Southwestern geopolitical zone of Nigeria. It was created on the 27th of May 1967. Lagos State spans the Guinea coast of the Atlantic Ocean for over 180km., from the Republic of Benin on the west to its boundary with Ogun state in the east. For decades, Lagos has been the epicenter of Nigeria’s economic and social development and continues to be, with a current population of 20 million residents, which according to projections will hit the 30 million mark by 2025.   AREA PHOTO OF LAGOS STATE Take a close glance at this...

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Business Delegation To Tokyo,Japan (FABEX 2019)

fabex

JAPAN-NIGERIAN COLLABORATION Invitation to participate in (FABEX 2019- DESERT SWEETS & BAKERY FESTIVAL) Prince Joel & Associates, owners of Immigrationlawyernigeria.com in partnership with Japan Alumni Association of Nigeria (JAAN) and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) cordially invites interested Companies/Organizations/Persons operating in Nigeria to participate in the 2019 Tokyo Japan Food/Agric Trade Fair which is tagged FABEX 2019 (Desert Sweets &Bakery Festival) taking place in Tokyo, Japan from Wednesday 17th to Friday 19th April, 2019.   About the Programme (FABEX) The food /Agriculture fair is an annual exhibition of various types of Food and Food materials, Machines or Tools, Packaging, others include: (Promotion and Display, Information Technology,...

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NOVO INIZIO CONSULTANTS LLC, UNVEILS WEEKLY IMMIGRATION CLINIC SESSIONS IN LAGOS

Worried by the influx of touts, who have completely and effectually taken over visa application and immigration related services from professionals in Nigeria, and in return offered poor and abysmal immigration related services to visa Applicants with the attendant consequence of perpetual increase in the percentage of number of visa denials from foreign embassies, High Commissions and consulates, one of the top immigration and business law firms in Nigeria, Prince Joel & Associates , in partnership with NOVO INIZIO CONSULTANTS LLC, a US based firm, on the 5th of April 2018 at no. 5a Dozek Close, Off Alternative Route, Chevron...

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BLAZING OPPORTUNITIES FOR LOCAL AND FOREIGN POTENTIAL INVESTORS IN TOURISM SECTOR OF NIGERIAN ECONOMY, PART 1.

Tourism: This is the activities of people travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for leisure, business or other purposes. Tourism is a dynamic and competitive industry that requires the ability to adapt constantly to customers’ changing needs and desires, as the customer’s satisfaction, safety and enjoyment are particularly the focus of tourism businesses. At the beginning of this year (2017), Nigeria was deeply engulfed in recession occasioned by the fall in Naira value, dwindling prices of petroleum products and of course, over reliance on foreign made products. Everyone felt the pang of distress – including the unborn...

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