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The government of Sierra Leone has announced that it will require foreign nationals who are applying for certain immigration services to include their National Identification Number (NIN).
BAL Analysis: Sierra Leone authorities will require the use of NINs within applications to decrease fraudulent applications and protect the identities of foreign nationals. Those in need of immigration services should leave time to obtain an NIN if they do not already have one.
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