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|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by superior1: 3:09pm On Sep 14|
Interesting, do you know in the case of Italian study visa specifically, he has to appeal in/to Rome and in so doing he will need an Italian Lawyer?. Do you know if he is lucky enough to get a trustworthy Lawyer (there are many who will collect his money and do nada) who speaks English, he will still have to pay atleast 1,000 euro for his service and even at that, a case file can spend as much as 6months in the Italian administrative court (unless he has enough money to hasten things up) and that doesn't guarantee him getting the visa still?.
Given that all I have stated are not only first hand information but I still hold a valid Italian working residency issued to me after study, do you now understand why I stated and still believe you have no clue of this process you are advising him on
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by mavinc4u(f): 3:45pm On Sep 14|
That it did not work for you does not mean it will not work for him. Let him read the Italian visa appeal procedure and follow it, hope you are not seeing visa as resident permit?
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Gkored: 10:55pm On Sep 15|
Please a piece of advice on my Canada visa application.
I applied first in 2014 and d application was rejected. The reason indicated then was ”purpose of visit”. I was then advised to reapply when I have a change of status.
I later applied in 2015 after gaining admission to study at a community college, precisely July 1 for a program which should start in September. I got a feedback through the online system that my application was rejected. I was 29 years old then, but I had to use two sponsors with two different company account and about 750k in my savings account.
Ever since, I've been in doubt because I applied through a dubious agent advertising work study in one college.
kindly advise me on what to do because am planning to apply soon. What I want to do is to reapply to the school which gave me admission in 2015. And this time I'm married. My spouse works in a tert hospital. I want to avoid staining my spouse's image should something be wrong with mine already. Thanks.
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:07am On Sep 18|
Obi192:The solution is not "sending another bank statement that has sufficient amount of money", the issue is whether the bank statement meets the requirements which include your relationship with the sponsor and why he or she is sponsoring you.
Also, it would be hard for a visa officer to consider your child as a tie to return to Nigeria for.
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Olufemiopa: 8:21pm On Sep 19|
I was denied B1/B2 visa category in US Embassy in 2014. Though then, a family friend wanted to sponsor my entire trip. I traveled to Banjul, Gambia before I went for my second interview. Since then, I have been preoccupied building my personal business. Presently, as part of my long term goals, I am planning to study another graduate programme in US, the admission process is ongoing. I would be solely responsible for all fees. I have been into Sales and Marketing of Petroleum Products for 14 years (have a couple of filling stations and trucks). I am married with 3 children. Would there be any effects of previous refusals on the intending F1 visa application?
I await your advice.
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by def111(m): 3:54pm On Sep 20|
Please I like to know do you write the appeal yourself and send it with which post ?... I have read the link please explain more to me thank you
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by mavinc4u(f): 8:26pm On Sep 20|
Write appeal and send via email or what is the country's requirement?
|Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by MedellinCartel(m): 12:59am On Sep 21|
Hello everyone, I have an opportunity to study practical nursing in Canada since the Nigerian situation is no longer helping as I have been unemployed since I left the university in 2015 after a second class upper degree in Biochemistry. The issue is this how do I prove ties to my country since I have no job, no business or a wife. I realise that I cannot be the only one who has been in this situation yet succeeded in getting a visa na why I carry the matter come here with all humility. Thank you for your prompt answers...
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