The aim of the Ghana entry system for visitors is to manage the growth of visitor numbers in a cost-effective way through the use of cutting edge technology, and to deliver service consistent with the expectation of travelers. This project will help regulate and monitor the activities of foreigners in relation to employment and residence. The development of an integrated e-Immigration system, capable of regulating entry into and exit from Ghana, will not only provide a case management system for permit processing, but will also meet the current and future needs of the Ghana Immigration Service, as well as improve on the quality of service they offer to the public.
Benefits the project offers include:
- Promotes and improves intelligent sharing within the Ghana Immigration Service (especially between the borders) and with other security agencies.
- Improves on delivery of services rendered to citizens and other nationals.
- Improves the internal processes of the Ghana Immigration Service.
Charles Kendall Consultancy have been awarded the contract for this project and NITA is to coordinate their work.