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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 6:13pm On Dec 07
Cynate:
cool cool
Welcome brother cool
Are you going to Ireland anytime soon?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 6:18pm On Dec 07
Glokit:

Are you going to Ireland anytime soon?
Yes cool
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 6:23pm On Dec 07
Cynate:

Yes cool
For study or for personal purpose
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 6:30pm On Dec 07
Glokit:

For study or for personal purpose
Both
Me and hubby cool
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 6:42pm On Dec 07
Cynate:

Both
Me and hubby cool
Make sense... We'll meet there...
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by cnonwnuwsp17: 6:54pm On Dec 07
ceceliaa34:
Hi guys. Is it too late to apply for visa now? I got an offer from DBS (Ms Data Analytics) and resumption date is 22nd of January.
I've paid a deposit of €6000 already. What are my chances?
I should also add that I was denied Canadian Visa recently. I plan to mention it in my SOP but dont know if I should include the refusal letter.

Add any Visa rejection letter, you will also fill it in the questionnaire. It's not too late at all to apply, from the timeline I have seen here so far.

You should pay the full tuition fee or 7k minimum I think

Cheers

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by cnonwnuwsp17: 6:58pm On Dec 07
chrisokhamera:
Gooday guys. I've been following posts on this thread but didn't ask questions because I was working with an agent. Though I was about to ask a question today when I got a call from the vfs delivery man and to cut the story short, I GOT MY VISA TODAY

Congrate
Which school and course

Where did you apply from and how long before you got a decision on your application.

Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 7:15pm On Dec 07
Glokit:

Make sense... We'll meet there...
For sure
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 7:20pm On Dec 07
Cynate:

For sure
When do u plan to leave
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chrisokhamera(m): 9:20pm On Dec 07
Glokit:

Congratulations bro.... I'm happy for u.... I can imagine how you r feeling right now

Thanks oo. So much joy, I have even slept and woken up. After being refused visa for Canada
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chrisokhamera(m): 9:21pm On Dec 07
cnonwnuwsp17:


Congrate
Which school and course

Where did you apply from and how long before you got a decision on your application.

Thanks

Thanks

Dublin Business School - Information Systems with Computing

I applied from Lagos and it took exactly 3weeks and 1day
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 10:01pm On Dec 07
chrisokhamera:


Thanks

Dublin Business School - Information Systems with Computing

I applied from Lagos and it took exactly 3weeks and 1day
I think the embassy trying to be fast about the processing Because they embassy will soon close for the year. I think 23rd or so
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 10:18pm On Dec 07
Glokit:

When do u plan to leave
Jan or Feb next year
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 10:26pm On Dec 07
Cynate:

Jan or Feb next year
Okkk...dats cool
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 10:52pm On Dec 07
Glokit:

Okkk...dats cool
I don't really like big City
Maybe Tralee or Waterford or Dundalk
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 11:59pm On Dec 07
Cynate:

I don't really like big City
Maybe Tralee or Waterford or Dundalk
I will be in Dublin
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 12:01am On Dec 08
For those who care for format on how to write statement of purpose...here is a comprehensive format..please don't copy someone else...Ireland Embassy officials are crazy

Prepare the statement of Purpose

Paragraph one: Clearly describe educational history, grades, subjects, specializations, areas where you excelled.

Paragraph two: Clearly explain why you wish to pursue this course

Paragraph three: Clearly explain how the chosen course relates to past education. A change of stream of study should be clearly explained as this is a popular reason for visa refusal. If qualifications you have completed in your home country are similar to the course being applied for you must clearly explain the reason for the repetition. For example, you can refer to the international recognition of the qualification, lack of practical or experiential learning or different subject specializations as the reason for the repetition.

Paragraph four: Clearly explain why you have chosen Griffith College.

Paragraph five: Clearly explain why you have chosen Ireland, and specifically Dublin, Cork or Limerick as a study destination.

Paragraph six: Clearly explain the need to do the study course in Ireland. This is another frequent reason for visa refusal so this needs to be clearly defined and elaborated on. Reasons like the vibrant IT sector and multinational base, experiential learning should perhaps be mentioned and intelligent reference should be made to specific course content and how it is superior to a similar course in your home country.

Paragraph seven: All gaps in education MUST be clearly explained, if time has been taken out for work or because of illness or bereavement the work reference letter, doctor’s certificate or death certificate should be included.

Paragraph eight: This is by far the most important paragraph, where you must clearly explain their future aspirations and that you will be returning home after your studies. Reasons like family business, marriage commitments, the oldest child or only son or the booming economy in the home country or an offer from a future employer should be detailed in this section. If a job offer is given as a reason for returning home, you should then include the job offer letter with full contact details of the manager. The contact details must be a land line, not a mobile and the company should have a website that visa officers can access.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 12:51am On Dec 08
Glokit:

I will be in Dublin
Big city
Big expensive

I'm going for Nursing program while my Man loves is IT sector
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by phemmy28(m): 7:22am On Dec 08
Cynate:

Big city
Big expensive

I'm going for Nursing program while my Man loves is IT sector

Hi there, congrats of your visa and all, I wanted to know, did you and your husband apply for visa separately, the problem I am having is I do not know if I or my wife can apply for masters and have the other come as a dependant. And if not, does it now mean that she has to apply for a masters program as I am also applying and hope we both get granted visas

@ICaSNg: Quick question: As a medical doctor, is it necessary she does a masters program in ireland? Are there other better immigration partways for medical practicioners and/or engineers?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 7:36am On Dec 08
My hubby and I don't need a Visa to Ireland
But I think, you can both applied for Visa has long has you have your money.
phemmy28:


Hi there, congrats of your visa and all, I wanted to know, did you and your husband apply for visa separately, the problem I am having is I do not know if I or my wife can apply for masters and have the other come as a dependant. And if not, does it now mean that she has to apply for a masters program as I am also applying and hope we both get granted visas

@ICaSNg: Quick question: As a medical doctor, is it necessary she does a masters program in ireland? Are there other better immigration partways for medical practicioners and/or engineers?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lekibraky(m): 12:27pm On Dec 08
This thread will move next year

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 1:00pm On Dec 08
lekibraky:
This thread will move next year
Yes... I believe because people are getting to know about Ireland... And Canada are really refusing Nigerians at the moment

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 4:20pm On Dec 08
phemmy28:


Hi there, congrats of your visa and all, I wanted to know, did you and your husband apply for visa separately, the problem I am having is I do not know if I or my wife can apply for masters and have the other come as a dependant. And if not, does it now mean that she has to apply for a masters program as I am also applying and hope we both get granted visas

@ICaSNg: Quick question: As a medical doctor, is it necessary she does a masters program in Ireland? Are there other better immigration partways for medical practicioners and/or engineers?


Cynate is not been totally open about his/her visa category.

However, If you're married and applying or intending to go for a masters program in Ireland you can't go with an accompanying spouse. Your spouse may either apply for a masters program too or wait till you get your 2 years work permit and earn enough to invite your spouse.

For Medical doctors, the UK is recruiting for Doctors and Nurses-once they can pass @7 in each band of their Academic IELTS and for doctors Plab exams, Nurses only need to pass the ielts to receive a NMC Pin to come to the UK.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 4:55pm On Dec 08
grin
Ok let me said one more time
I'm EU citizen but my man is Nigerian
That's the reason, I said I don't need a Visa
Like you said, both must applied to study
ICaSNg:



Cynate is not been totally open about his/her visa category.

However, If you're married and applying or intending to go for a masters program in Ireland you can't go with an accompanying spouse. Your spouse may either apply for a masters program too or wait till you get your 2 years work permit and earn enough to invite your spouse.

For Medical doctors, the UK is recruiting for Doctors and Nurses-once they can pass @7 in each band of their Academic IELTS and for doctors Plab exams, Nurses only need to pass the ielts to receive a NMC Pin to come to the UK.

Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 6:49pm On Dec 08
Cynate:
grin
Ok let me said one more time
I'm EU citizen but my man is Nigerian
That's the reason, I said I don't need a Visa
Like you said, both must applied to study

Apologies, What I meant is you didn't specify the reason why you don't need a visa to reside in Ireland. Its fine and I think it makes things clearer for other people on the platform before they start reaching for the moon and shooting for stars without having comprehensive information.

Cheers and thanks for shedding more light.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 8:30pm On Dec 08
cool cool
ICaSNg:


Apologies, What I meant you didn't specify the reason why you don't need a visa to reside in Ireland. Its fine and I think it makes things clearer for other people on the platform before they start reaching for the moon and shooting for stars without having comprehensive information.

Cheers and thanks for shedding more light.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by phemmy28(m): 11:02pm On Dec 08
ICaSNg:



Cynate is not been totally open about his/her visa category.

However, If you're married and applying or intending to go for a masters program in Ireland you can't go with an accompanying spouse. Your spouse may either apply for a masters program too or wait till you get your 2 years work permit and earn enough to invite your spouse.

For Medical doctors, the UK is recruiting for Doctors and Nurses-once they can pass @7 in each band of their Academic IELTS and for doctors Plab exams, Nurses only need to pass the ielts to receive a NMC Pin to come to the UK.

Cheers

Thanks, your reply was very enlightening.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by phemmy28(m): 11:02pm On Dec 08
Cynate:
My hubby and I don't need a Visa to Ireland
But I think, you can both applied for Visa has long has you have your money.

Thanks a lot ma'am
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Cynate(f): 12:07am On Dec 09
phemmy28:


Thanks a lot ma'am
You are welcome
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by seyekan(m): 7:07am On Dec 10
cynate I cudnt access my yahoo mail Pls check for my gmail
Cynate:

You are welcome
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by cnonwnuwsp17: 2:55pm On Dec 10
Please for those that have collected there Passport, when you submitted did VFS send you any email that your application has been dispatch? I didn't get any email or text msg.

Also it's been two weeks since my submission and I am still getting the update below on my profile. Is that the only update you get till you receive your passport? My previous applications via VFS, Canadian and SA I had four diff updates throughout the application period, from the application to collection
1. application received by VFS
2. application forwarded to the embassy
3. application receipt and processing
4. passport return

I was thinking I should be seeing the third update not the second.

Thanks

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