Immigration Officer

Immigration Officer

The role of Immigration officers are to ensure that immigration legislation is enforced. This can cover the rules of entry for Visa (document) applicants, foreign nationals or those seeking asylum at the border, detecting and apprehending those that have breached the border and removing them, or pursuing those in breach of immigration and criminal laws.

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