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Travel / Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by overtlyderanged: 9:16pm On Jul 30
michV:
Can all PGC/PGD "awaitees" on this thread and some masters too who are interested converge at Murtala Mohammed int'l airport on monday lets board a flight grouply for a solidarity match to Canadian Embassy of Accra Ghana to pour out our hearts about our applications..

Lool you wan hijack plane go?
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by Olisa4all(m): 4:37pm On Jul 28
Neyoalao:
How do pilots while away their time on board a very long flight because i guess you can fly a plane for 10 hours + without getting tired or bored.

I believe this has been answered angry
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by Neyoalao(m): 4:21pm On Jul 28
How do pilots while away their time on board a very long flight because i guess you can fly a plane for 10 hours + without getting tired or bored.

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Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by Walspring: 10:59am On Jul 28
lionlee216:
I sincerely hope dickoflife never lost during transit mzke e no be say e don enter plane going to Yemen instead of USA. anyway, hope your Russia residence permit is still valid sha..

Praying for u sha, locate free wifi n update us. for those flying tru Emirates,(I no mention names oo but I wan make fear catch u small), go read the thread for those travelling to usa to deliver babies n see how dem dey drill dem at dubai.

over n out. ..

Yemen bawo

You funny no be small

I guess my guy no see charger to charge his phone or no free wifi where him dey

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Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by jude33084(m): 10:28am On Jul 28
lionlee216:
Mesef wan ask question joor....

what are the physical differences in boeing 737,747 and 777? I mean the just looking at a plane, can you tell the boeing is it?

I never enter plan before, tell them for US Embassy make dem give me visa na.. I wan experience wetin dey inside that thing embarassed embarassed



It is like asking the difference between Benz E class and C class?


Or the difference between Toyota Camry from Toyota Corola wink



B737 is the Corola in that group, rugged and reliable grin

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Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by CFCman: 9:36am On Jul 28
lionlee216:
I see both 747 and 777 are huge. so which
one is more better in terms of commercial flight for long
hours journey like lagos to housto/JFK or dubai to Australia

what is the maximum amount of hours a commercial plane
can stay up in the sky in terms of safety

More questions to come, I wan be like one guy wey dey
always ask different kind of questions on ds thre

The 777 can stay in the air for 12hrs 30mins without refueling. And the 747-8 can stay in the air for 15 hours non-stop.

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Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by gunther6(m): 1:26am On Jul 28
lionlee216:
I sincerely hope dickoflife never lost during transit mzke e no be say e don enter plane going to Yemen instead of USA. anyway, hope your Russia residence permit is still valid sha..

Praying for u sha, locate free wifi n update us. for those flying tru Emirates,(I no mention names oo but I wan make fear catch u small), go read the thread for those travelling to usa to deliver babies n see how dem dey drill dem at dubai.

Dem no dey drill anything na Etihad dey do all that nothing concern them, show your passport with visa and boarding pass lobatan

over n out. ..
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 4 by merrymum: 11:46pm On Jul 27
Mumtwins08:
Hi everyone ... Who has flown Lufthansa back to naija before ? Was ur babies car seat and stroller checked in for free ? Thanks

Yes. You can check them in or leave them at the airplane door to collect from same door when plane lands.
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by lionlee216(m): 11:44pm On Jul 27
I see both 747 and 777 are huge. so which one is more better in terms of commercial flight for long hours journey like lagos to housto/JFK or dubai to Australia
what is the maximum amount of hours a commercial plane can stay up in the sky in terms of safety
More questions to come, I wan be like one guy wey dey always ask different kind of questions on ds thre
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by kingreign: 11:37pm On Jul 27
lionlee216:



Thanks alot sir.. I see both 747 and 777 are huge. so which one is more better in terms of commercial flight for long hours journey like lagos to housto/JFK or dubai to Australia

what is the maximum amount of hours a commercial plane can stay up in the sky in terms of safety

More questions to come, I wan be like one guy wey dey always ask different kind of questions on ds thread

I'm an enthusiast of anything machines. I'm not in the aviation sector.
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 4 by Ajujuju2: 11:35pm On Jul 27
phummy2:


Hello Ajujuju2, pls how much did you pay to add your baby to your ticket with Airfrance and how dId they treat you with luggage allowance? Then were you able to get a bassinet on the plane? Want to know if it's cheaper to get to the airport first before paying or to call and pay online before the travel date. Thank you.

D price i paid at d airport was cheaper than what id almst paid over the fone. However i truly cant answer your question, bcz iv heard ppl say its usually more expensive in d day of flight.
Bassinet isnt automatic especially if you check in late and d flight is full with newborns. I usually check in online and pixk my seat or request expressly at counter check in.
AF is strict on luggage. Baby check in is 10kg anyth abov dat is charged as an excess. But baby carry-on is 12kg
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by lionlee216(m): 11:34pm On Jul 27
kingreign:

The Boeing 777 has a perfectly circular fuselage when cut into two Ron top to bottom and viewed thru, its got the biggest engine diameter ( two engines in total) of any modern boeing (that i know of) and its got 6 tyres per main landing gear and 12 tyres at the rear/main landing gears and a total of 14 tyres for all landing gears.

Compare the engine size with the man leaning on it smiley


Thanks alot sir.. I see both 747 and 777 are huge. so which one is more better in terms of commercial flight for long hours journey like lagos to housto/JFK or dubai to Australia

what is the maximum amount of hours a commercial plane can stay up in the sky in terms of safety

More questions to come, I wan be like one guy wey dey always ask different kind of questions on ds thread
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by kingreign: 11:25pm On Jul 27
lionlee216:
Mesef wan ask question joor....

what are the physical differences in boeing 737,747 and 777? I mean the just looking at a plane, can you tell the boeing is it?

I never enter plan before, tell them for US Embassy make dem give me visa na.. I wan experience wetin dey inside that thing embarassed embarassed
The Boeing 777 has a perfectly circular fuselage when cut into two Ron top to bottom and viewed thru, its got the biggest engine diameter ( two engines in total) of any modern boeing (that i know of) and its got 6 tyres per main landing gear and 12 tyres at the rear/main landing gears and a total of 14 tyres for all landing gears.

Compare the engine size with the man leaning on it smiley

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Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by lionlee216(m): 11:20pm On Jul 27
I sincerely hope dickoflife never lost during transit mzke e no be say e don enter plane going to Yemen instead of USA. anyway, hope your Russia residence permit is still valid sha..

Praying for u sha, locate free wifi n update us. for those flying tru Emirates,(I no mention names oo but I wan make fear catch u small), go read the thread for those travelling to usa to deliver babies n see how dem dey drill dem at dubai.

over n out. ..
Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by kingreign: 11:16pm On Jul 27
lionlee216:
Mesef wan ask question joor....

what are the physical differences in boeing 737,747 and 777? I mean the just looking at a plane, can you tell the boeing is it?

I never enter plan before, tell them for US Embassy make dem give me visa na.. I wan experience wetin dey inside that thing embarassed embarassed

The Boeing 747 has the legendary 'hump' towards its forward end of the fuselage which qualifies it as a double decker aircraft.
Its got 16 main landing gears for the rear, 4 tyres per landing gear and two landing gear placed at offset to each sides led and right. In total its got 18 tyres.
Plus it's got 4 engines. : wink

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Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by kingreign: 11:02pm On Jul 27
lionlee216:
Mesef wan ask question joor....

what are the physical differences in boeing 737,747 and 777? I mean the just looking at a plane, can you tell the boeing is it?

I never enter plan before, tell them for US Embassy make dem give me visa na.. I wan experience wetin dey inside that thing embarassed embarassed

Boeing 737 has a pod shaped engine which isn't properly round, its almost flat at one side of each engine, the rear landing gears have 2 tyres per side 4 total at the rear and a total of 6 landing gears.
The landing gears at the rear do not disappear fully into the underbelly of the aircraft but remains as a black circular colour under the aircraft.

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Travel / Re: Ask A Pilot... by lionlee216(m): 4:21pm On Jul 27
Mesef wan ask question joor....

what are the physical differences in boeing 737,747 and 777? I mean the just looking at a plane, can you tell the boeing is it?

I never enter plan before, tell them for US Embassy make dem give me visa na.. I wan experience wetin dey inside that thing embarassed embarassed
Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 4 by ezigbozi: 2:28pm On Jul 27
part 2 of my Israelite journey.

I arrived safely Sunday evening ,Thank God! The immigration talk at the US port of entry took less than 4mins.
CB: Why are you here?
ME: To have my baby ,
CB: How much do you have and how long are you staying ?
ME: $5,000 and 10 weeks (then we proceeded to biometrics and that was it. )

The guy must have read thru my stressed out face & mind. Claimed my luggage and proceed to food X-ray, they took my noodles (For Mamas coming to Houston take note), they were still in the cartons . I was too tired to unpack them this time. They have never collected my noodles before , although this was the 1st time I tried the chicken flavor, when I heard abt their no chicken policy from someone on the plane I was thinking , worse case scenario they'd take just that one. The Food X-ray ppl insisted that both Flavors had chicken listed among the ingredients and said they wld have allowed it in if not for that. They acted nice too after collecting the noodles and helped me carry my bags down. The lady among them asked again how much I had in cash I told her and she didn't ask for a cash count . She asked if it could cover my bills I replied yes, the basics (Doctor & hospital bill) and mentioned I had the rest on my card. Swelling on feet has reduced significantly. For Mamas still planning their trips I hope you have a better experiences, pray for favor also. All the best.

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Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by bukunmmy(m): 8:48am On Jul 27
cutemorgan:
Alhamdulillahi Rabb ‘l’ A’lameen for safe flight and journey mercies.

Got to MMIA at about 1pm for my 2:30pm flight. Proceeded for immigration checks and that took less than 10 mins. Then the passport and online booking verification before I proceeded to the counter to get my plane ticket and bag claim. Both bags weighed about 47.5kg (46kg is the limit) but the fine Aunty at the counter told me not to worry about it. She checked my booking and said; I can see you checked in online. I told her it’s actually my first time, that I just felt I should try it out ni. Then she told me that was a very nice thing to do. Collected by ticket and luggage claim, bade my family farewell amidst plenty emotions and proceeded to the boarding area.
After all the checks and verification, I proceeded to the plane and the flight took off as scheduled. The inflight entertainment was very dope. We were served twice before we got to Doha. We got to Doha in Qatar around 12am (10pm Nigerian time). No hotel reservation for me, so I had to chill at the airport for my 8hrs lay over. There was free wifi, so I quickly got in touch with some of my ogas to update them.
Boarding started for the flight to Houston around 7am Qatar time. The flight took off around 8am after all checks. We were served thrice this time (na 16hrs flight sha). We were given the custom declaration forms on the plane, and I declared all my declarables eh. plane landed in IAH around 4pm USA time.
Immediately I touched down at IAH, I sharply connected to the free wifi (make the wifi nor go dey waste). After then came the CBP screening. The queue wasn’t as long as I expected, spent less than 30 mins there.
I got there and handed him my passport and i20.
CBP: Oh, I see, you are a student (takes my finger print and photo)
Me; Yes sir
CBP: Is this your first time?
Me: Yes, it is
CBP: What are you travelling with/Do you have anything to declare?
Me: Passed him my custom declaration form.
CPBP: Went through the form, signs/stamps the form and my passport. Then he told me to have a nice semester.
I proceeded to claim my bags, took me about 30-45mins before I could get my bag (the thing just dey roll ni, it nor dey tire). Then I proceeded to food/luggage declaration area. A woman attended to me.
Her: Good afternoon
Me: Good afternoon ma
Her: Are you travelling with any food material?
Me: I am travelling with fried cassava (passed her my declaration form where I filled in my small garri, egusi, crayfish et al).
Her: Fried cassava?
Me: yes fried cassava. It’s called garri.
Her: You can go. Enjoy your stay in the US.
Me : Thank you maam
Went out through terminal D to meet one of my friends. I met him on my school webpage. He is a Nigerian but resides in Houston. Very nice guy (May God continue to bless him). He dropped me off at Oga Aadeyi’s place. Oga Aadeyi offered to pick me up at the airport oo, I just say make I nor too stress my boss ni (se I wan even enter two moto at once ni grin). I got so comfy at Oga Aadeyi’s that I almost extended my stay in Houston. Chai, oga Aadeyi is too nice abeg. I really appreciate big time boss mi. May God continue to guide your path and protect your ways sir.
Oga Aadeyi dropped me off at Houston greyhound station where I took a bus to Louisiana around 1pm USA time. Got to BTR around 7pm.


Congrats Bro....... Thanks be to God for Successful transcript, Enjoy your stay in Obamaland

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Travel / Re: Give Birth In USA: Cost And Procedures Part 4 by phummy2: 4:46am On Jul 27
Ajujuju2:


Hmmmm ds matter isnt always strait forward o.
My advise?? Contact ur airline first.

I flew Air France and dy were already asking me for babys visa/passport from IAH. Infct d babe dat attended to me must have been new because she attempted to input the E.T.C detail and it dint enter. Den she called her manager. Its d manager that told her what the etc was and how to input it. She said foreigners needed to hav some travel document to fly.

So me thinks ts subject to airline. Plus ds ur quote can be interpreted two ways. Saying
a) minors dnt need a visa[b] if mentioned on the passport of the person accompanying them[/b]
b) saying minors entering for the first time

if the clauses are read as one den ur deduction may not be correct.

Once again unfortunately naija no de help im people. Even if d baby can enter free d immigration pipu will want their share of your abroad money...thinking if u can birth abroad den u can dash dem some dollar's too. Because can anybody explainwill (.. in blazes) our immigration will be charging us in dollars? $200? Do dy hav dollar account? Is naija a dollar economy? Dey will end up changing it at travelex for N360 -$1 and pay 20k into government purse....nonsense!

If na only me de hia dem no go see chop o. Becauz il rather pay $350 abroad dan giv dem $1 hia. Nonsense.

Hello Ajujuju2, pls how much did you pay to add your baby to your ticket with Airfrance and how dId they treat you with luggage allowance? Then were you able to get a bassinet on the plane? Want to know if it's cheaper to get to the airport first before paying or to call and pay online before the travel date. Thank you.
Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by texrem(m): 3:49am On Jul 27
cutemorgan:
Alhamdulillahi Rabb ‘l’ A’lameen for safe flight and journey mercies.

Got to MMIA at about 1pm for my 2:30pm flight. Proceeded for immigration checks and that took less than 10 mins. Then the passport and online booking verification before I proceeded to the counter to get my plane ticket and bag claim. Both bags weighed about 47.5kg (46kg is the limit) but the fine Aunty at the counter told me not to worry about it. She checked my booking and said; I can see you checked in online. I told her it’s actually my first time, that I just felt I should try it out ni. Then she told me that was a very nice thing to do. Collected by ticket and luggage claim, bade my family farewell amidst plenty emotions and proceeded to the boarding area.
After all the checks and verification, I proceeded to the plane and the flight took off as scheduled. The inflight entertainment was very dope. We were served twice before we got to Doha. We got to Doha in Qatar around 12am (10pm Nigerian time). No hotel reservation for me, so I had to chill at the airport for my 8hrs lay over. There was free wifi, so I quickly got in touch with some of my ogas to update them.
Boarding started for the flight to Houston around 7am Qatar time. The flight took off around 8am after all checks. We were served thrice this time (na 16hrs flight sha). We were given the custom declaration forms on the plane, and I declared all my declarables eh. plane landed in IAH around 4pm USA time.
Immediately I touched down at IAH, I sharply connected to the free wifi (make the wifi nor go dey waste). After then came the CBP screening. The queue wasn’t as long as I expected, spent less than 30 mins there.
I got there and handed him my passport and i20.
CBP: Oh, I see, you are a student (takes my finger print and photo)
Me; Yes sir
CBP: Is this your first time?
Me: Yes, it is
CBP: What are you travelling with/Do you have anything to declare?
Me: Passed him my custom declaration form.
CPBP: Went through the form, signs/stamps the form and my passport. Then he told me to have a nice semester.
I proceeded to claim my bags, took me about 30-45mins before I could get my bag (the thing just dey roll ni, it nor dey tire). Then I proceeded to food/luggage declaration area. A woman attended to me.
Her: Good afternoon
Me: Good afternoon ma
Her: Are you travelling with any food material?
Me: I am travelling with fried cassava (passed her my declaration form where I filled in my small garri, egusi, crayfish et al).
Her: Fried cassava?
Me: yes fried cassava. It’s called garri.
Her: You can go. Enjoy your stay in the US.
Me : Thank you maam
Went out through terminal D to meet one of my friends. I met him on my school webpage. He is a Nigerian but resides in Houston. Very nice guy (May God continue to bless him). He dropped me off at Oga Aadeyi’s place. Oga Aadeyi offered to pick me up at the airport oo, I just say make I nor too stress my boss ni (se I wan even enter two moto at once ni grin). I got so comfy at Oga Aadeyi’s that I almost extended my stay in Houston. Chai, oga Aadeyi is too nice abeg. I really appreciate big time boss mi. May God continue to guide your path and protect your ways sir.
Oga Aadeyi dropped me off at Houston greyhound station where I took a bus to Louisiana around 1pm USA time. Got to BTR around 7pm.

Nice one bro...welcome to obamaland...greatest lasuites

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Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by cutemorgan(m): 3:43am On Jul 27
Alhamdulillahi Rabb ‘l’ A’lameen for safe flight and journey mercies.

Got to MMIA at about 1pm for my 2:30pm flight. Proceeded for immigration checks and that took less than 10 mins. Then the passport and online booking verification before I proceeded to the counter to get my plane ticket and bag claim. Both bags weighed about 47.5kg (46kg is the limit) but the fine Aunty at the counter told me not to worry about it. She checked my booking and said; I can see you checked in online. I told her it’s actually my first time, that I just felt I should try it out ni. Then she told me that was a very nice thing to do. Collected by ticket and luggage claim, bade my family farewell amidst plenty emotions and proceeded to the boarding area.
After all the checks and verification, I proceeded to the plane and the flight took off as scheduled. The inflight entertainment was very dope. We were served twice before we got to Doha. We got to Doha in Qatar around 12am (10pm Nigerian time). No hotel reservation for me, so I had to chill at the airport for my 8hrs lay over. There was free wifi, so I quickly got in touch with some of my ogas to update them.
Boarding started for the flight to Houston around 7am Qatar time. The flight took off around 8am after all checks. We were served thrice this time (na 16hrs flight sha). We were given the custom declaration forms on the plane, and I declared all my declarables eh. plane landed in IAH around 4pm USA time.
Immediately I touched down at IAH, I sharply connected to the free wifi (make the wifi nor go dey waste). After then came the CBP screening. The queue wasn’t as long as I expected, spent less than 30 mins there.
I got there and handed him my passport and i20.
CBP: Oh, I see, you are a student (takes my finger print and photo)
Me; Yes sir
CBP: Is this your first time?
Me: Yes, it is
CBP: What are you travelling with/Do you have anything to declare?
Me: Passed him my custom declaration form.
CPBP: Went through the form, signs/stamps the form and my passport. Then he told me to have a nice semester.
I proceeded to claim my bags, took me about 30-45mins before I could get my bag (the thing just dey roll ni, it nor dey tire). Then I proceeded to food/luggage declaration area. A woman attended to me.
Her: Good afternoon
Me: Good afternoon ma
Her: Are you travelling with any food material?
Me: I am travelling with fried cassava (passed her my declaration form where I filled in my small garri, egusi, crayfish et al).
Her: Fried cassava?
Me: yes fried cassava. It’s called garri.
Her: You can go. Enjoy your stay in the US.
Me : Thank you maam
Went out through terminal D to meet one of my friends. I met him on my school webpage. He is a Nigerian but resides in Houston. Very nice guy (May God continue to bless him). He dropped me off at Oga Aadeyi’s place. Oga Aadeyi offered to pick me up at the airport oo, I just say make I nor too stress my boss ni (se I wan even enter two moto at once ni grin). I got so comfy at Oga Aadeyi’s that I almost extended my stay in Houston. Chai, oga Aadeyi is too nice abeg. I really appreciate big time boss mi. May God continue to guide your path and protect your ways sir.
Oga Aadeyi dropped me off at Houston greyhound station where I took a bus to Louisiana around 1pm USA time. Got to BTR around 7pm.

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Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE GENERAL VISA ENQUIRIES PART 2 by LEOSIRSIR(m): 4:28pm On Jul 26
I support that idea but every one have different stories to share and some people might not want to mention the good bad and ugly experience they passed through only those with success stories come back here to say something
I hope people on the thread should emulate this so that it will help others who are intending to try their own luck.

europe4sure:




most of our people who has asked alot of questions here and gotten rewarding answers which has seen them through all the hurdles of visa acquisition and even dealing with our immigration people they even ask how to eat in the plane BUT the moment they land in u.a.e all they share here is i eat this i eat that on the plane and oh dubai fine o ......that's all.............if you get there tell us about securing affordable accommodation, experience in job interviews and attitude of employers toward desperate job seekers with tourist visas, questions normally asked in job interviews, cost of feeding daily and how to manage on meals to save money,how to solve transportation problems and the pros and cons of social life in u.a.e.....my people if every nairalander who gets to u.a.e share part of the above information if not all am sure this forum will be the richest in terms of info.....all am saying is that you that have crossed over there remember those still aspiring to cross over and any little info you provide here is better than any info from google,yahoo or any travel agent....i pray God bless all una hustle oooo!!!
Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE GENERAL VISA ENQUIRIES PART 2 by damoche64: 4:28pm On Jul 26
Very good point of order & dat wat most aspiring traveller want to know. Sensitize them on issues like dis will go a long way in helping individual to plan ahead although dey do say experience with job are different & can not be d same but we can all learn one or two thing from others experience.



most of our people who has asked alot of questions here and gotten rewarding answers which has seen them through all the hurdles of visa acquisition and even dealing with our immigration people they even ask how to eat in the plane BUT the moment they land in u.a.e all they share here is i eat this i eat that on the plane and oh dubai fine o ......that's all.............if you get there tell us about securing affordable accommodation, experience in job interviews and attitude of employers toward desperate job seekers with tourist visas, questions normally asked in job interviews, cost of feeding daily and how to manage on meals to save money,how to solve transportation problems and the pros and cons of social life in u.a.e.....my people if every nairalander who gets to u.a.e share part of the above information if not all am sure this forum will be the richest in terms of info.....all am saying is that you that have crossed over there remember those still aspiring to cross over and any little info you provide here is better than any info from google,yahoo or any travel agent....i pray God bless all una hustle oooo!!! [/quote]
Travel / Re: QATAR And UAE GENERAL VISA ENQUIRIES PART 2 by europe4sure(m): 4:14pm On Jul 26
vtino13:


@ Leosirsir, thanks for continuous care for your people out there, God richly bless you for these informations, please guys out there that do go for some of these walk in interviews should try to share their experience on what's its like there goin for the interviews, tks



most of our people who has asked alot of questions here and gotten rewarding answers which has seen them through all the hurdles of visa acquisition and even dealing with our immigration people they even ask how to eat in the plane BUT the moment they land in u.a.e all they share here is i eat this i eat that on the plane and oh dubai fine o ......that's all.............if you get there tell us about securing affordable accommodation, experience in job interviews and attitude of employers toward desperate job seekers with tourist visas, questions normally asked in job interviews, cost of feeding daily and how to manage on meals to save money,how to solve transportation problems and the pros and cons of social life in u.a.e.....my people if every nairalander who gets to u.a.e share part of the above information if not all am sure this forum will be the richest in terms of info.....all am saying is that you that have crossed over there remember those still aspiring to cross over and any little info you provide here is better than any info from google,yahoo or any travel agent....i pray God bless all una hustle oooo!!!
Travel / Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Carter001(m): 10:52pm On Jul 25
michV:
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Bro i concur,as JULY is ending this week,before we step in to AUGUST,mostly all PGC/PGD and if delayed masters could join us,we all are welcomed for a serious prayers and fasting on the 31th night before 1/8/16. So that the VOs will remember PGC/PGD applicants and some masters waiting..i want to meet Nairalanders in Airport,entr same plane and still dy communicate in canada..like play like play September resumption don dey reach

bros the prayer is needed oo, CIC just put us on hold, i don too visit my school website , sotey dem don sabi my IP...

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Travel / Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by michV: 10:46pm On Jul 25
][quote author=dsquare4u post=47887640][/quote]
Bro i concur,as JULY is ending this week,before we step in to AUGUST,mostly all PGC/PGD and if delayed masters could join us,we all are welcomed for a serious prayers and fasting on the 31th night before 1/8/16. So that the VOs will remember PGC/PGD applicants and some masters waiting..i want to meet Nairalanders in Airport,entr same plane and still dy communicate in canada..like play like play September resumption don dey reach
Travel / Re: Patos Oghenevwede Lands Plane Without Front Tyre (Video) by matex97(m): 9:46pm On Jul 25
holadguy:
Aba made plane
the incident happened in USA not Nigeria Mr tribal bigot
Travel / Re: Patos Oghenevwede Lands Plane Without Front Tyre (Video) by matex97(m): 9:44pm On Jul 25
holadguy:
Aba made plane
na for USA the incident happen not Nigeria
Travel / Re: Patos Oghenevwede Lands Plane Without Front Tyre (Video) by Nostradamu(m): 3:29pm On Jul 25
holadguy:
Aba made plane

grin grin grin grin grin grin grin Ode. lmaoooo. Chei, NL nogo kil me
Travel / Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 9 by plauses: 3:27pm On Jul 25
zt:
Why not charge with the USB space onboard while you sit in the plane?

That won't last for the hours I'm staying at Istanbul.

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