The date and location of the FIRS recruitment screening in 2022 have been revealed online. This publication is very important for all applicants who are about to participate in the next screening examinations, since it offers vital information about the Federal inland revenue service aptitude test/screening date.
FIRS Screening Date 2022
The Federal inland revenue service screening date has been officially announced, and all shortlisted candidates are expected to actively participate in the process.
Candidates who find their names on the list of shortlisted candidates must participate in the screening process in order to advance to the next level of the recruiting process.
The federal inland revenue service has yet to set a date for the nationwide screening in 2022. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted through email and text message for the next stage of the recruiting process after FIRS has completed the selection process. Continue reading to learn more about the screening process and the prerequisites.
FIRS Screening Requirements 2022
The documents that selected candidates should bring to the screening centers have been issued to them via SMS and email by FIRS. If you are unfamiliar with these requirements, they are listed below.
- National ID Card/National Identity Number (NIN)
- Guarantor’s slip
- Certificate of Birth
- Certificate of Origin
- Original and photocopies of Educational Qualifications
- Printout of application submission confirmation page
- White Polo and Short with Canvas
- Writing materials
FIRS Screening Centres 2022
The screening will take place in selected areas throughout each state, including the FCT. Each state’s screening centers will be announced soon.
The screening exercise for 2022 will take place at various Federal inland revenue service headquarters across Nigeria and will be communicated to you via your email addresses or the official portal www.firs.gov.ng
The exercises will be conducted in strict accordance with COVID-19 preventive standards.
Please be advised that all shortlisted candidates must report to their screening center on time. Any candidate who does not show up for the upcoming screening will be instantly disqualified.