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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bestbian: 6:49pm On Nov 27
My people, God has done it for me and my family. I am a tier 4 student, got my visa but my husband and daughter were refused visa.
We put in for administrative review and today my husband just got a message to bring his passport and our daughters passport that the decision has been overturned. They are ready to give them visa now. I am so excited. Thanks to God and all here for encouragement.

Please I want to confirm if he has to go along with our 2 years old daughter to Immigration office in Ikeja for the passport submission? he can go alone to submit the passports? Please anyone has an idea. We need help on that please.

Its urgent for us. Thanks and God bless you all.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Capital2017: 9:24pm On Nov 27
Pls house ,am new on here ,i have questions and I blv you can enlighten me more on here ,I will love to move to UK ,to live and work ,I will like to know what it takes and how to go through this ,thanks
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Nobody: 12:51am On Nov 28
Hello Justwise and my fellow nairalanders, pls i will like to know if is possible for me to relocate to Uk. Presently, i am a Manager in a company (Petrol Station) and my Monthly Salary is 345k. If is possible what at the necessary things to do and what Kind of visa should i apply for?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Nobody: 12:54am On Nov 28
justwise:
Please continue posting your enquiries here, the previous thread has reached and passed 400 pages.

Part2 is here for reference purposes http://www.nairaland.com/823855/general-uk-visa-enquiries-part
Hello Justwise and my fellow nairalanders, pls i will like to know if is possible for me to relocate to Uk. Presently, i am a Manager in a company (Petrol Station) and my Monthly Salary is 345k. Please, if is possible what at the necessary things to do and what Kind of visa should i apply for?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by oriste(f): 1:45pm On Nov 28
please house what do one fill on the employment status for a baby when filling the baby visa form
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by tmoneyluvsu: 1:46pm On Nov 28
tmoneyluvsu:
How do they expect my company to pay 6.66kobo when paying into my account ,do I make a fresh application or appeal, though they said I've no right to appeal.
Pls do I have to make a fresh application and I also plan to go for my masters ending of next year, does this have any effect?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by obaxlove(m): 5:09am On Nov 29
House please help a brother, I intend to apply for UK visit visa. I’m currently working in a company for 4 years now and what hit my account is about 156k monthly. I’m married with kid and I have about 1m available from my savings account which I intend transferring to my salary account before submission. I also have landed documents.
I recently returned from a training fully sponsored from SA.

My questions are;
1. Is the balance stated up there good to go?
2. Can I also submit other properties documents?
3. Can I submit a statement I printed within 6 months to with my application or I should print new one now?
4. What other documents will I need from my company apart from introduction letter, pay slip and tax clearance as I have read from this thread?
5. Can I include my immediate family documents
I intend doing the hotel reservation and flight booking myself (pls direct me on how to go about it).

Again, another scenario is that I have an uncle who stays in Londin and his ready to send me letter of invitation and accommodate me for the period I will be staying. Please may I know things he needs to send along side because our surnames are different.

I intend staying for just one week because of the expenses.

Please help me with which option to use. Should I apply individual and forget about an invite from my uncle as I have read it requires a lot of documents which me might not be willing to release. ( Incase he’s willing to send what are the things he needs to send)
And if I apply as an individual what are my chances?

Please which one should I go for?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Phenmeson: 1:54pm On Nov 29
Hello Justwise and my fellow nairalanders, pls i will like to know if is possible for me to relocate to Uk. Presently, i am a Manager in a company (Petrol Station) and my Monthly Salary is 345k. If is possible what at the necessary things to do and what Kind of visa should i apply for?

Earning 345k monthly in Nigeria is enough for you to stay. Relocating to UK and obtaining a work permit is mostly done on Student visa(tier4) or Skilled visa(2).
UK monthly rent & expenses will make your earnings less than what you are receiving on monthly basis as a Manager. In conclusion my advise is for you to continue with your job of 345k monthly in Nigeria because the salary is nice

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Phenmeson: 1:58pm On Nov 29
Capital2017:
Pls house ,am new on here ,i have questions and I blv you can enlighten me more on here ,I will love to move to UK ,to live and work ,I will like to know what it takes and how to go through this ,thanks

You can easily move in to UK with student visa which have a work permit.mist tuition fees cost at least £12000yearly and after your course you are expected to return back to Nigeria because is rare for students to be retain by the University or Employer
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by obaxlove(m): 2:57pm On Nov 29
Phenmeson:


Earning 345k monthly in Nigeria is enough for you to stay. Relocating to UK and obtaining a work permit is mostly done on Student visa(tier4) or Skilled visa(2).
UK monthly rent & expenses will make your earnings less than what you are receiving on monthly basis as a Manager. In conclusion my advise is for you to continue with your job of 345k monthly in Nigeria because the salary is nice
Please can you hand over the job to me? 345k? Well try Canada or Australia
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by jenny2007(f): 6:05pm On Nov 29
Hi house,
Oh..and hi Mr Justwise�. I need advise on this pls. I am thinking (not sure yet to be quiet honest ) of applying for a 6 months visit visa. However, my case is a bit complicated. I studying in the UK years back for 2 years; was a teen back then; was sponsored by my parents too. I overstayed my student visa back then becos my parents had thought that they could renew for me while I was there at the UK Home Office without having to travel back, i had already overstayed by the time I got a feedback that i had to come back to naija to renew. I travelled back, tried to renew in 2012 forgot to mention on my additional info section that i had overstayed. I was obviously denied and was told that i didn't state the fact that i overstayed and that future applications may be refused based on this. I got my UK immigration solicitor to write to the Emnassy and got a reply that the refusal has been reviewed again and that I could RE-APPLY again. I was completely fed up and decided to finish my study here, start a business etc. I'm a successful interior designer now with my own company. I've traveled to S.A twice since then, i have been to the U.S. and still have a valid visa etc. This is 5 years later and now I'm thinking of applying for a visit to the U.K. What do you think @justwise and co?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by 1stborn: 8:43am On Nov 30
1stborn:
hello guru in the house have been trying to register an account for a 22 months old baby and all am getting all confused on the info to fill on employment and all that please do help me out please its so urgent please

please help me out am stuck please
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by 1stborn: 9:18am On Nov 30
please justwise and co please help a brother out

1stborn:


please help me out am stuck please
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 1:49pm On Nov 30
1stborn:
hello guru in the house have been trying to register an account for a 22 months old baby and all am getting all confused on the info to fill on employment and all that please do help me out please its so urgent please

Employment for 22months old baby? How about N/A in that section?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by 1stborn: 2:52pm On Nov 30
justwise:


Employment for 22months old baby? How about N/A in that section?

okay in all the section not available but the part of ticket fare and all that trip payment info will it also beNA
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by obaxlove(m): 5:01am On Dec 01
obaxlove:
House please help a brother, I intend to apply for UK visit visa. I’m currently working in a company for 4 years now and what hit my account is about 156k monthly. I’m married with kid and I have about 1m available from my savings account which I intend transferring to my salary account before submission. I also have landed documents.
I recently returned from a training fully sponsored from SA.

My questions are;
1. Is the balance stated up there good to go?
2. Can I also submit other properties documents?
3. Can I submit a statement I printed within 6 months to with my application or I should print new one now?
4. What other documents will I need from my company apart from introduction letter, pay slip and tax clearance as I have read from this thread?
5. Can I include my immediate family documents
I intend doing the hotel reservation and flight booking myself (pls direct me on how to go about it).

Again, another scenario is that I have an uncle who stays in Londin and his ready to send me letter of invitation and accommodate me for the period I will be staying. Please may I know things he needs to send along side because our surnames are different.

I intend staying for just one week because of the expenses.

Please help me with which option to use. Should I apply individual and forget about an invite from my uncle as I have read it requires a lot of documents which me might not be willing to release. ( Incase he’s willing to send what are the things he needs to send)
And if I apply as an individual what are my chances?

Please which one should I go for?

Somebody help please. @justwise
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by deji2009(m): 7:41pm On Dec 01
justwise:
Please continue posting your enquiries here, the previous thread has reached and passed 400 pages.

Part2 is here for reference purposes http://www.nairaland.com/823855/general-uk-visa-enquiries-part

Hello,

UK Spouse Visa

I graduated as a nurse on 24th of November 2017 and started
work on 13th of Novemeber on £15 phr *38.5hrs per week.

In addition, I am entitle to £1500 bonus within 12 months of employment.

I had previously work as an agency carer whilst studying and earned
£2000 on my P45 as of September 2017. I have £1300 pension so far.


I plan to move to 2-3 bedroom house by June 2018 with
a minimum of 6 months or a year contract agreement.

We got married in a registry on December 2015 and have
evidence of this. I'm a British citizen.

I plan to bring my wife and my 10 months old baby by August
My wife is graduate and have no savings as she had to
to change environment to look after our baby.

My question is, do i have to live in the 2-3 bedroom flat for 6 months
before I apply?

Would I meet the financial requirement after 6 months of employment?
I started on 13th of November 2017.

Thank you
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 11:15pm On Dec 01
deji2009:


Hello,

UK Spouse Visa

I graduated as a nurse on 24th of November 2017 and started
work on 13th of Novemeber on £15 phr *38.5hrs per week.

In addition, I am entitle to £1500 bonus within 12 months of employment.

I had previously work as an agency carer whilst studying and earned
£2000 on my P45 as of September 2017. I have £1300 pension so far.


I plan to move to 2-3 bedroom house by June 2018 with
a minimum of 6 months or a year contract agreement.

We got married in a registry on December 2015 and have
evidence of this. I'm a British citizen.

I plan to bring my wife and my 10 months old baby by August
My wife is graduate and have no savings as she had to
to change environment to look after our baby.

My question is, do i have to live in the 2-3 bedroom flat for 6 months
before I apply?

Would I meet the financial requirement after 6 months of employment?
I started on 13th of November 2017.

Thank you

2bedroom is perfectly ok since a baby is on the way.

Since you are going to make the application next August why are you counting only on 6months? Your salary is ok though, at the end of financial year you will be earning more than £24K
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 11:31pm On Dec 01
obaxlove:
House please help a brother, I intend to apply for UK visit visa. I’m currently working in a company for 4 years now and what hit my account is about 156k monthly. I’m married with kid and I have about 1m available from my savings account which I intend transferring to my salary account before submission. I also have landed documents.
I recently returned from a training fully sponsored from SA.

My questions are;
1. Is the balance stated up there good to go?
2. Can I also submit other properties documents?
3. Can I submit a statement I printed within 6 months to with my application or I should print new one now?
4. What other documents will I need from my company apart from introduction letter, pay slip and tax clearance as I have read from this thread?
5. Can I include my immediate family documents
I intend doing the hotel reservation and flight booking myself (pls direct me on how to go about it).

Again, another scenario is that I have an uncle who stays in Londin and his ready to send me letter of invitation and accommodate me for the period I will be staying. Please may I know things he needs to send along side because our surnames are different.

I intend staying for just one week because of the expenses.

Please help me with which option to use. Should I apply individual and forget about an invite from my uncle as I have read it requires a lot of documents which me might not be willing to release. ( Incase he’s willing to send what are the things he needs to send)
And if I apply as an individual what are my chances?

Please which one should I go for?

How much are you planning to spend on this trip?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 11:48pm On Dec 01
jenny2007:
Hi house,
Oh..and hi Mr Justwise�. I need advise on this pls. I am thinking (not sure yet to be quiet honest ) of applying for a 6 months visit visa. However, my case is a bit complicated. I studying in the UK years back for 2 years; was a teen back then; was sponsored by my parents too. I overstayed my student visa back then becos my parents had thought that they could renew for me while I was there at the UK Home Office without having to travel back, i had already overstayed by the time I got a feedback that i had to come back to naija to renew. I travelled back, tried to renew in 2012 forgot to mention on my additional info section that i had overstayed. I was obviously denied and was told that i didn't state the fact that i overstayed and that future applications may be refused based on this. I got my UK immigration solicitor to write to the Emnassy and got a reply that the refusal has been reviewed again and that I could RE-APPLY again. I was completely fed up and decided to finish my study here, start a business etc. I'm a successful interior designer now with my own company. I've traveled to S.A twice since then, i have been to the U.S. and still have a valid visa etc. This is 5 years later and now I'm thinking of applying for a visit to the U.K. What do you think @justwise and co?

That part of your post is not complete. they reviewed your refusal and found that..? The ECO was wrong or that the decision to refuse you a visa was a right one?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by obaxlove(m): 11:40am On Dec 02
justwise:


How much are you planning to spend on this trip?

500k. I want to submit with a close balance of 1m
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by ujugirl88(f): 12:06pm On Dec 02
Pls any female here in Dundee know were I can braid my hair in Dundee, any affordable African saloon?
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 1:50pm On Dec 02
obaxlove:
House please help a brother, I intend to apply for UK visit visa. I’m currently working in a company for 4 years now and what hit my account is about 156k monthly. I’m married with kid and I have about 1m available from my savings account which I intend transferring to my salary account before submission. I also have landed documents.
I recently returned from a training fully sponsored from SA.

My questions are;
1. Is the balance stated up there good to go?
2. Can I also submit other properties documents?
3. Can I submit a statement I printed within 6 months to with my application or I should print new one now?
4. What other documents will I need from my company apart from introduction letter, pay slip and tax clearance as I have read from this thread?
5. Can I include my immediate family documents
I intend doing the hotel reservation and flight booking myself (pls direct me on how to go about it).

Again, another scenario is that I have an uncle who stays in Londin and his ready to send me letter of invitation and accommodate me for the period I will be staying. Please may I know things he needs to send along side because our surnames are different.

I intend staying for just one week because of the expenses.

Please help me with which option to use. Should I apply individual and forget about an invite from my uncle as I have read it requires a lot of documents which me might not be willing to release. ( Incase he’s willing to send what are the things he needs to send)
And if I apply as an individual what are my chances?

Please which one should I go for?

1. Earning 150K a month is not bad but spending more than 3moths of your salary on this trip could be an issue.

2. Yes you can

3. Submit a current one

4. Marriage certificate and family pictures

5. Yes if those are not from extended family or from mum & Daddy

You can use booking.com to book for hotel in the UK or get IV and proof of accommodation from your uncle, both ideas are acceptable
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by travelpoint: 3:45pm On Dec 02
Hello Justwise and my fellow nairalanders, pls i will like to know if is possible for me to relocate to Uk. Presently, i am a Manager in a company (Petrol Station) and my Monthly Salary is 345k. If is possible what at the necessary things to do and what Kind of visa should i apply for?
You are making 345k per month in a petrol station as manager? Please can you get me job in that your station
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by bigx(m): 3:54pm On Dec 02
It appears Visa's are being issued faster this period

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by olaidecash: 5:56pm On Dec 02
Pls can anyone recommend websites i can make flight reservation ,am submitting my application soon,seems wakanow has now started payments down anytime you schedule a flight .
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Menakay(m): 1:45am On Dec 03
olaidecash:
Pls can anyone recommend websites i can make flight reservation ,am submitting my application soon,seems wakanow has now started payments down anytime you schedule a flight .
google medview airlines, their flight is d cheapest.

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Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by obaxlove(m): 4:20am On Dec 03
justwise:


1. Earning 150K a month is not bad but spending more than 3moths of your salary on this trip could be an issue.

2. Yes you can

3. Submit a current one

4. Marriage certificate and family pictures

5. Yes if those are not from extended family or from mum & Daddy

You can use booking.com to book for hotel in the UK or get IV and proof of accommodation from your uncle, both ideas are acceptable

I Also work as a freelance Social Researcher/Data Analyst for some NGOs who pays an average of 100k per month but usually in dollars and doesn’t coming regularly and sometimes come in as bulk payment like the one I had recently for 3months runing to about 1k USD. Please Can I include this in my introduction letter and also submit the statement?
Thank you sir.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by justwise(m): 7:19am On Dec 03
obaxlove:


I Also work as a freelance Social Researcher/Data Analyst for some NGOs who pays an average of 100k per month but usually in dollars and doesn’t coming regularly and sometimes come in as bulk payment like the one I had recently for 3months runing to about 1k USD. Please Can I include this in my introduction letter and also submit the statement?
Thank you sir.

Sure you can
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Normally: 8:02am On Dec 03
mjee:


Please find below the mail paga sent to me when I made the enquiry. Pls go through them for your registration. You can also contact them for further enquire. I can assure that they are very responsive.


Registration is VERY easy and can be done via any of the following channels;

-Online Visit www.mypaga.com, click on 'create a Paga account' and choose 'create a personal account'. You then fill out required details, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the registration process. During the process of registration, you would be required to create a password, username, pin and security phrase

- At any agent's outlet Please provide any of our agents with a phone number, first name, last name; a 5-digit code that would be used to create a PIN will be sent to customer's phone.

You can have your account upgraded for free by sending the following details to kyc@pagatech.com

-Full name
-Phone number
-Date & Place of Birth
-Sex, Home address
-Documentary evidence of address (for KYC 3 upgrades only)
-ID Type, ID Number and scanned copy of ID and Passport photograph.

You can fund your account by using your ATM card, at any agent location or via online transfer (NIPS/NIBSS). Login to your account, click on wallet, click on fund wallet and choose your preferred funding option.


Thank you for choosing Paga.

Thanks for this.

I want to become an agent in my area, I have already done the registration (following this guide.. Up again. Com).
My concern now is:

How do I get Paga POS for people that'll bring ATM card to us?

Do I need a location manager that'll facilitate branding of my shop?

And what are the commission bases for being an agent
Thanks, I'll appreciate your timely response.
Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 3 by Normally: 9:25am On Dec 03
mjee:


Please find below the mail paga sent to me when I made the enquiry. Pls go through them for your registration. You can also contact them for further enquire. I can assure that they are very responsive.


Registration is VERY easy and can be done via any of the following channels;

-Online Visit www.mypaga.com, click on 'create a Paga account' and choose 'create a personal account'. You then fill out required details, and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the registration process. During the process of registration, you would be required to create a password, username, pin and security phrase

- At any agent's outlet Please provide any of our agents with a phone number, first name, last name; a 5-digit code that would be used to create a PIN will be sent to customer's phone.

You can have your account upgraded for free by sending the following details to kyc@pagatech.com

-Full name
-Phone number
-Date & Place of Birth
-Sex, Home address
-Documentary evidence of address (for KYC 3 upgrades only)
-ID Type, ID Number and scanned copy of ID and Passport photograph.

You can fund your account by using your ATM card, at any agent location or via online transfer (NIPS/NIBSS). Login to your account, click on wallet, click on fund wallet and choose your preferred funding option.


Thank you for choosing Paga.

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