To be the leading service provider in the Immigration matters in and for Sierra Leone.
The Immigration Service monitors the movement and activities of people both nationals and non-nationals entering and exiting the country in a manner that is prudent and consistent with national and international regulations, laws and protocols.
The Immigration Service plays a key role in the lives of Sierra Leoneans and in the competitiveness of our Economy. Through the work that it does, the Immigration Service has contributed to the economic bust of our country.
Our core values shall be Integrity, Service and Excellence.
Integrity – ‘Integrity’ shall serve as the core of our belief and is the underlying foundation upon which the mission, goals and beliefs of the Reformed Immigration Service will be build, closely linked to our key vision of incorruptibility, integrity will enables us to safeguard the sovereignty, independence, security and prosperity of Sierra Leone.
The Sierra Leone Immigration Service has over the past two (2} years engender high level of trust among our citizens and foreign investors because of its integrity. Thus, it is imperative that the Immigration Service maintains this high standard of Integrity in our conduct.
Service – ‘Service’ shall define our view of public officers to work with the elected government in serving our citizens. It refers to the Public Service that we intend to provide directly to our customers. Out public nowadays demand the highest level of service from the Public Sector equal to or better than that provided by the private sector. Our vision is the strive to reach such levels of service, but without comprising on important principles such as incorruptibility meritocracy and impartiality as well as without ignoring the long-term need of Sierra Leone.
Excellence – ‘Excellence’ shall describe the outcome of our services. In order to achieve this goal, we shall endeavour to manifest excellence within ourselves. We shall develop a workforce with a mindset for excellence that strives to be the best that one can be in his role.
14 Gloucester Street
M: +232 76553750
v Northern Region, 5 Station Road, Makeni
v Southern Region, Tinkoko Road, Bo
v Eastern Region, C/o. City Council Building, Reservation, Kenema
v Tonkolili District - C/o. 144 Kono Highway, Magboraka
v Kono District -
v Moyamba District - Sierra Rutile
v Koinadugu District - Lake Sofon Hotel Kabala
v Kailahun District - C/o. Koindu Immigration
v Pujehun District - C/o. Jendema Crossing Point, Mano River Bridge
OUT POST OFFICES
v Freetown International Airport, Lungi
v Okeky, Murray Town
v Queen Elizabeth II Quay, Cline Town
v Tombo, Peninsular
v Mabayla Wharf, Freetown