Ghana’s migration profile continues to evolve as its rapidly expanding oil industry fuels employment and growth. To keep up with its thriving economy, the Ghanaian government recently outlined its first-ever national migration policy.
With a new mandate to fulfill, the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) turned to Gemalto for a centralized electronic visa and border control solution powered by biometrics. The eImmigration solution is expected to promote and improve intelligence sharing between GIS officials and other security agencies. In a single click, GIS agents will be able to supervise automated passport inspection and track border crossing events using data captured by the system.
Controlling borders to shape a bright future