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Art, Graphics & Video / Re: What Art Work Can You Do With Keyboard? Check This Out by Vicjustice: 10:52pm On Oct 01
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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:46pm On Oct 01
bfn1:
Thank you so much.
Pardon me. I'd thought the information (background) I gave was comprehensive enough for anyone to advise me with.
The offer is 100% legit & there's absolutely no fee involved.
The company is a football club. A Public Liability Company. My brother had participated in a season-long competition for their fans (directly on their official website) & he eventually emerged top globally.
Prize: A pass for two to watch the team train OR a ticket for two to watch the team play (amongst other treats). We settled for the latter.
I'll really appreciate it if you can advise me accordingly.
None of us has any travel history, hence, the apprehension about our visa application being rejected on ground of insufficient financial support.
Like I'd earlier posted, we have all other documents handy (including the invitation letter, hotel & flight bookings sent by that FC).
Thank you so much.
NB: I tried sending you a PM to give references to confirm the legitimacy of the programme, not sure I connected.
Well, there is no need to go into details because, (even if the organisation is legitimate), the invitation offer is just a complementary treat, it is by no way sufficient to award you a visa, you have to meet the full requirements for Tourist visa.
These sort of offers are only good for people who do not need a visa to enter the UK, or those who already hold visas, or others who can easily satisfy the requirements for tourist visa
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:30pm On Oct 01
dredem: Hello house,I have read this tread am am happy with the information which has empowered a lot of applicants.
I am a Nigerian male, married and working in a State government institution. I intend to apply this month for a Uk family visitor to visit my step brother for 2 weeks in Feb 2015 with my wife. My brother is a Uk citizen and also works there and he intends to send me an invitation letter.
Please I need help on some issues concerning the application:
Being step brothers with different surnames how best is he to prove that we are related?At the time of making the application I will have about 3200GBP in my current account made up of my salary which is about 1000GBP monthly.This is for flight and sm shopping as my step brother will feed and accomodate us during the visit. I will accumulate further earnings before my expected date of travel.Am I in order?How best do I explain this to theECO?
Finally,the documents my bro is to send to me...bank statement,utility bills,copy of passport. Are scanned copies acceptable ?
I would really appreciate the help.
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He doesn't have to be a relative or to bear your surname, anyone with legal status can invite you, it is just up to you to meet the requirements: you might need to explain why he is inviting you and what you intend to do whilst in the UK.
Art, Graphics & Video / What Art Work Can You Do With Keyboard? Check This Out by Vicjustice: 10:02pm On Sep 30
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Travel / Re: Is There Any Nigeria Who Has A Permanent Residence In Singapore? by Vicjustice: 4:26pm On Sep 30
smallscobo7: I am trying to apply for a Singapore visa for vacation and the Singapore High Commission in Abuja request i get a "LETTER OF INTRODUCTION" LOI from someone who lives in Singapore and who has a permanent residence and must be at least 21 years of age, I don't know if there is any of my Nigeria brother on here who meets the requirements and who is willing to help with the letter. I hope to read back from you all soon. Black is beautiful, Black is United..
Why would you pass through this stringent requirement just to go on a vacation to Singapore, or is anything else the reason that you want to go there?
If this is what is required of you, why not look else where for the vacation instead of begging absolute strangers in the internet to introduce you?
Nigerians and manipulation, where is your dignity?

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:15pm On Sep 29
Fresh38:
Ok...I just went through the thread again. you've answered most of the questions. I can make deposits and withdraw from the account anytime. I actually have a current account in the same bank but I guess it's kind of complex transferring money into the current account. It would makes things complex and make me sound desperate...what do you think?
It would be ok if you transferred money from one account to the other as both accounts are yours: just ensure that you provide evidence of such transaction and that the the origins of the funds are comprehensive.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 6:51pm On Sep 29
Fresh38:
Ok JustWise,
I understand you perfectly. Guess I used the wrong word. But you were just too harsh with in your response. No problem anyway. So back to the initial post about monthly salary. I said my monthly salary is about 90k. All savings are in a personal savings account. I made the savings over a stipulated period in excess of the 6months required. I hope that wouldn't be an issue. There are no lumps deposits in my accounts. The only deposits are those I told you my husband did and they're not in excess of 100k. My spouse also has a registered company with tax payments. I don't know if his documents are very necessary for this application. I'm just asking. I'm going to include the documents for the properties bought in my name. I don't know if I need a letter from my dad/mom stating that they did the purchase in my name. And please let me know any other thing I really need to be very careful with. Thank you.
Actually, current account is preferred.
Anyway, what matters now is the accessibility to the fund: is the money in the account readily accessible or there is a clause that regulates the withdrawals?
But the questions that you are asking are the same questions that are answered in your previous post.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 5:30pm On Sep 29
Fresh38:
Ok Justwise,
Don't start the unnecessary here. My comments are as polite as possible. Probably you're not in a good mood at this time....and heeeyy....i don't need you calling me 'abnormal' cos I called my husband my partner. I can call him whatever pleases me or him. Please don't say anything nasty anymore. I dunno you and you don't know me. I'm only here to ask for advice or clarity on some issues. Take it easy on yourself man.... and I'm not acting on whatever anyone had said earlier about you. I posted my last comments independently. Amazingly, I just got to this thread the first time ever yesterday and I can see there are 232 pages on it. Please tell me what time I've to start reading peoples' comments in less than 24hours. We all have our independent issues and I'm acting on my own. Na wa o....
You are probably right, I might have been having a bad mood due to earlier developments. so, given the benefit of doubts, I like to believe that you did not intend to attack me with that post.
By the way, I didn't state that you are abnormal, and since you have proven to be a normal wife in a normal marital relationship, then call your husband what he actually is, and NEVER refer to him as a PARTNER because, every westerner will misunderstand you to be a gay person in homosexual relationship: SPOUSE is the appropriate word

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 4:45pm On Sep 29
Fresh38:
Hello justwise,
I'm a 'she' and not a 'he' please.....a woman married to a man under the laws governing the federal republic of nigeria. As much as I appreciate you helping people out on issues regarding visa applications, I think you need to take a bit of caution with the kind of questions you ask on this forum. I'm very sure there are no gay marriages in Nigeria for now.
With regards to monthly income...its about 90k. The said account isn't a current account. I've built up deposits in it for a period longer than 6months although what is required is 6months. I do not have large sums of money deposited into that account. I have salaries paid into the account for the stipulated period. As for the marriage certificate, I'll try and see if I can get a new one. Not sure of how possible that is especially within the time frame I've to do the application and submission of supporting documents. But since you said I can use the certified true copy, do I still need a new replacement? Thanks for your assistance so far.
Hum, another woman taking on me again. Perhaps I need to make a reconsideration.
Did you say these of your own accord or you were motivated by other posts that attacked me?
It is you who should be cautioned for the way that you use the English language, you need to avoid applying words that you do not know the meaning of: you did not refer to your Husband as your Spouse, rather, you call him your PARTNER, that word is used for gay couples.
Besides, you did not state that you reside in Nigeria, you gave the impression that you are in a civil partnership certified by a country that practices such law, hence you are not able to get a replacement of your lost civil partnership certificate: what normal wife is there that calls her husband a PARTNER?
You seemingly think that every Nairaland user is a Nigerian in Nigeria, not knowing that this forum is accessible the world over, and that there are numerous queries from gay people which we have dealt with. I am in Ireland, and i asked you that question as polite as could possibly be, not showing any prejudice just incase you are actually a gay man, and yet, you took offense. Enough of all these nonsense.
Travel / Re: See What Happens To Some Nigerians Who Try To Cross To Europe Via Sahara Desert by Vicjustice: 11:16am On Sep 29
Travel / Re: 21 Year Old Man Who Married A 70 Year Old Woman Denied Entry To The UK by Vicjustice: 11:11am On Sep 29
tpia1: If they can deny a white man, then is there hope for a black man in the same situation.
So, you call that a "white man"?
If you call that guy (the Tunisians in general) white, then you are being unfair for not considering the Fulanis as white people.

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:44am On Sep 29
bfn1: Hello everyone,
Good job you're doing here.
Please, I need your advice.
WHAT HAPPENED:
I'm a young man who is barely over 3 months on a paid job here in Nigeria.
An institute in the UK, as a form of winner's prize, has extended an invitation to my younger brother (who is a student here in Nigeria). He participated in one of their international competitions and eventually emerged as one of the best globally.
Hence, the inviation to him (and any other one person, he wishes to bring along).
1. ALL expenses (flight - round trip; 3-night-hotel accommodation, feeding, etc) to be borne by the hosting company
2. Via email, the following documents have been sent to us: Letter of invitation (for the two of us) & documents showing flight & hotel bookings.
3. Duration: 3 days (Saturday & Sunday, inclusive)
4. The only thing they require of the two of us is to apply for UK visa in our home country.
MY CASE:
Please, I'm quite apprehensive about presenting a good proof of financial worthiness.
* My mum is a pensioner.
* I'm just over 3 months on a job paying far less than N60,000/month, hence, I virtually exhaust everything before the month runs out.
* My employment is also still on probation, hence I can't apply for a letter of introduction.
* I have my employment letter & payslips (for the 3 months). But no Tax Clearance document yet.
* No travel history
QUESTION:
Please, the presentation of good financial statement is about the only issue I'm apprehensive about. How can I go about it?
I need your advice, everybody: Vicjustice, justwise, OmoTier1, etc
Thank you so much.
How did your brother hear about this organisation?
When, where and how did he sit the exams?
Why would they give your brother such a generous offer with an option to bring another adult who is neither his spouse nor his dependant?
How much is the organizers requiring you to pay as a fee of any sort?
Pease, do not withhold anything, it will be wise if you say the name of this organisation so we may look it up for you, there are many wolves in sheep clothings.
Travel / Re: Help!! A Friend In Russia Needs A New Passport by Vicjustice: 10:39pm On Sep 28
Babalakin: if he reports it they will deport him cos his visa has expired. .just give me a link if u know any one
Negative, the police will not deport him because it is not their responsibility to interfere on immigration matter, if he goes to report the loss, he would be given an official declaration to that effect without asking any question regarding his residence status.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:00pm On Sep 28
Fresh38: Hello JustWise,
Please I need your advice on my first UK Visa application process. I've about four other visas from three different countries on my old passport. I just did a renewal this year. I'm actually going for my graduation programme in december. I did the course online. I've read articles on supporting documents but I want to know if my marriage certificate can be replaced with a certified true copy because I can't find the original one. Then my partner is self-employed. He has his own company. I don't know all the documents I need to get from him to act as supporting documents to my application. He's not going with me on the said trip. I also want to know if my savings a little over N1m will be okay for this application. I'm just staying for ten days. My savings are basically my salaries in months and deposits less than 100k from my partner. Are they classified as lump sums? I've not done any withdrawal from the said account in 6months. Is that okay for financial statement? I also have properties bought in my name by my parents. Can I tender the documents?? I'm not comfy with that because I work in the public sector although the properties were bought by my parent. Do I also need a consent letter attached to the certified true copy if I can use a certified true copy of my marriage certificate? I did the certified true copy some days ago. I don't know if that's sufficient for this application. I hope to hear from you in this regard. Thank you.
What makes it difficult for you to get a replacement of your marriage certificate?
Without prejudice, allow me to ask whether you are a gay man in hοmοsexual marriage (partnership)... are you?
As for the question regarding documents, you do not need any document from your partner if he is not taking sponsorship role.
As for your N1m savings, this will depend on how the money was built up and how convenient it is for you to fend for such trip without feeling the weight...
The N100k that you got from your partner would not be considered as money lodgements if it doesn't make a significant part of the fund available...
It is not a problem if you do not frequently withdraw money from the (current) account, it will only be a problem if the reason is because the money in the account can not be withdrawn...
The properties that your parents bought for you will be significant especially if they are not isolated land or building that are not deemed to be taking more of your responsibilities: it is different if you own (let's say) business property that requires your obligatory management;
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 7:29pm On Sep 28
justwise:

This is not the right way to go about things, every single person here helping to advice even if its a single line is trying to help free of charge and they all have their own problems, life outside nairaland and may not reply to all questions directed at them all the time and as quick as you want it.

Vicjustice has been helping people here even before i became a member of nairaland, he is the only one that is still doing it 7yrs now

A reminder would have been better than trying to be rude.
It is good to read this from you, Justwise, I can't appreciate you enough.

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:57am On Sep 28
IyawoToBe: Vicjustice, there is something called courtesy. When you are quoted and you don't have an answer for the person, simply just say it. Rather than ignoring your mentions. It just makes you come off as proud and haughty undecided undecided undecided
May be you need to know that I have been in this forum for over 7 years, and that i am a volunteer: not employed by anyone, nor am i under any supervision on how to do my voluntary assistance as long as i do not break the forum rules. I am not compelled to respond to every post therefore, i do not appreciate any busy-body instructing me on the compulsion of replying to every posts that is referred to me.
Please, do not take the place of my wife, and as you claimed to have a husband, then i suggest that you deal with him and let my own wife deal with me.
Excuse me, you really do expect me to reply to every of the numerous posts that mentioned Vicjustice, so as to please you, yes?

Funny enough, when i respond to undesired comments that are directed at me, i get criticized, and if i ignored such, i also get criticized: what do you people want of me?
Below is a quote that is the opposite of what you wrote, and still, it was a criticism note on me:
3sha4lyf:

If you don't see anything there, never mind then. Your silence would have been best. No skin-pain alas.
Cheers.
Yet, she goes about clicking the LIKE button of every post that attacks me.
You people should just mind your own businesses and LEAVE ME ALONE.

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 4:41pm On Sep 27
3sha4lyf:

Lol. VicJustice, according to the declaration you sign during application, there is a clause which says that "I understand that the fee payable is for an application processing and entry clearance decision-making service... I also understand that my visa application fee will be refunded only if the application is withdrawn in writing within 3 months and 7 days of the original date of application and prior to submission of biometric data or any processing taking place".

IF this is true, then can't one withdraw an application since [s]he hasn't gone for submission/interview/biometrics?
You mean that you really paid that much attention reading the terms and conditions of that size?
But by the way, apart from Spouse or some special Migrant application, what visa application is it that takes so long that an application can then be withdrawn within 3 months and 7 days?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 4:37pm On Sep 27
seangy4konji: Good day guyz...God bless every one...I would love to go to the UK february next year as birthday comes up in March...I have been reading threads and kind of get the scope of those people who will check my documents...By the time i will be applying?i will be be having a balance of about 1,5M-2 Million and i have been running the account well for the past 8 Years and run well in the past one year...I have 2 brothers over there with the same surnames and with british passports and wives and kids but will probably be getting invitation from just one of them with all his rent papers,work pay stubs and all that he can gather.(do i need to include his wifes passport and word details?)I will be sponsoring myself and i would like to know if its better to state i would be living with them or in a hotel(so i can get a nice paid hotel booking for the duration of the time i intend to stay)...My questions goes thus.what are my chances with them cause i would not like to be rejected over a flimpsy excuse and yes will be having letter from work for leave with all the documents and i have been out on holidays previously to other countries...
Your chances of getting the visa (with reference to them) would depend on their history and their current circumstances: for example, it would be negative if they had sought asylum before, or they have history of immigration offence etc before legalizing their status.
Also, you may be subjected to stringent questions regarding them, so ensure that you know everything that you wish to know: ensure that they have adequate and comfortable place for you to stay in.
There are more overwhelming advantages in booking a hotel
 
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:42pm On Sep 26
Amosiye: I will ignor u becos u re silly. Bringing about past issues. Which hv been settled. u just jump into a thread any how and make silly comments.. If u don't hv topics to discuse keep on pondering over past issues. Cos u like dwelling in the past. Being foolish is an act not an option.
How many of you settled this "past issue"?
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 3:35pm On Sep 26
festop2002: I need help with completing the values correctly. How much considerably do you think should be on the columns? Now, if the total cost of the trip is £1100 and and the total amount i have for the trip is £1500, I intend to be supported with £400 by the person inviting me and also the total money that will be available from myself and the person is £2000.....Do you think this is ok? and if it is not too small when my application is to be reviewed by an EOC. I just need people to put me through as i think their judgement will be based on this.
These stories of acaccumulation of funds or compilation of money is not what the Visa Officer wants to hear, they would prefer to see that you are not one who needs financial assistance to travel for tourism: so, be concerned that your sources of income and it's documentation is the main focus.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:16pm On Sep 26
Phema:
Will you just shush and stop ranting?!? How old are you? 10? Faith, positive thinking, God, bla bla bla. . . Yet you are here seeking for advice from a faithless and negative thinker!
He asked you a simple question, you turned it around, quoted his name and started making a fool of yourself. Why did you come here in the first place to seek advice if you had somuch faith? Typical hypocritical "christian". My friend, carry your fraudulent a$$ to the Religious forum and leave this place for sensible people. Mstcheeeww.
Don't look for job. Faith is all you need. Don't eat when you're hungry. Faith is sufficient. Anu npam!
Vicjustice, abeg free that guy. He isn't even one to educate. Continue giving advice to people who know what they are doing.
I'm glad that there are people like you who can understand a matter and give it a fair judgement.
To be honest, I was a bit disturbed by his reasoning mentality, he was the offender and yet, he played the victim of my (non existing) abuse of forum authority..
Travel / Re: What Are The Requirement For Travelling Abroad? by Vicjustice: 12:01pm On Sep 26
This is arguably the funniest and most meaningless thread that I've seen in Nairaland grin grin grin grin
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:50am On Sep 26
Amosiye: I see u re not a true leader. U don't want to admit ur flaws. U re still using wrong words imagine(unreasonable) again. Keywords. A leader shouldn't use. ( well if it will make u happy. I am sorry for tampering ur comments... Let the past be gone. House I am sorry. Lil advice for vicjustice stop being too rude and always admit ur wrong(words/acts) so u can make amends and move on. Man is not God
You are ridiculous
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:35am On Sep 26
Amosiye: y re u talking like dis vicjustice. Stop it .I don't like it. I claimed it by by faith that is y I change it. In the first place re u God to judge the cause of peoples trials in life. I change it via my account. Not urs . Being the moderator doesnt give u right to do and say any thing u like.
Amosiye: I trust in God I believe in spiritual words ,grace and faith. I change from refuse to accept. (Nuthing) much just claiming by faith. DID I write wrong about you.? No. Then y the Ill post. Being positive is the best in life. I am always positive I dont know about you. So @ vicjustice I warn you for the last time stop judging people. U re not God. U re just a mere mortal, stop feeling like a God cos u just an ordinary moderator in nairaland. U own not even ur self (As a moderator u re suppose to be polite and use the right words)
Stop being unreasonable: You changed the keyword in that comment and you quoted it by my username in a fraudulent way...
You should have made your own comment of "faith" instead of changing my word and then quoting it as my actual comment to soothe your own purpose.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 9:29am On Sep 26
dremmy: I need help.
I want to study MPH in US but my sponsor (uncle) is in the US. I don't know if it's wise for me to present his account statement and tax clearance as he is in status.
Secondly, for fear of the "strong ties" to Nigeria issue, I'm extremely worried that using him may be a bad option cos I might be denied Visa.
Thirdly, I have another uncle with a good bank statement in Nigeria but then I've been reading from the thread that one's extended family member must explain why they wish to sponsor them.
Then, the last case I thought of was funding my account or that of my mother via these people, but then cash lodgement may be noticed. And I'm applying to study this Jan 2015.
Please I need advice on what to do. Please.
From your narration, you seem to understand every point in the opening post, but why are you still asking the very questions that are answered in it?
Well, I like to touch the issue of uncles as sponsors..:
An uncle who had not been financially responsible over you, and is not your legal guardian would not be accepted as your sponsor for the simple reason that he can not satisfy the visa officer of the personal benefit of sponsoring you
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 8:24am On Sep 26
Amosiye: because God almighty is on my side. His grace is sufficient for me.
Do you really need to tamper with my comment, editing it to soothe your own purpose?
This was my original comment:
Vicjustice:
Why was your application refused?
But you fraudulently changed it to the opposite despite all your talk about God and faith in him.
Hypocrite, this is the exact thing that is putting people like you into trouble with visa applications and getting you banned...
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:09am On Sep 26
Castalia: Dear Gurus,
Please i need advice for my sister (She is not on Nairaland).
She applied, paid her visa fees, and submitted her application, and fixed and interview date.
However, she was not able to attend the interview because of exigencies. Now, the date for that planned trip (August 5) has passed.
Now, she wants to start a new application, with proposed travel date for November.
Please, kindly advice on the following:
1. How does/can she get a refund for her initial payment?
2. What happens to her earlier application?
3. Any advice on how to go about it?
Thanks in advance
1) Actually, visa application fee of any category can not be refunded.
2) The "earlier" application is invalid and forfeited
3) You can't do anything about it, you just have to let go. This particular application would have no effect on future applications unless they contradict.
@ 3sha4lyf, i acknowledge your opinion, and I will understand if you disagree with my answers, kindly express your disagreements and the differences would be worked out.
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 9:16pm On Sep 25
festop2002: I need help in completing the income and expenditure section on the Uk visitor application form (UK visas and immigration). Questions such as attached picture
What "help" do you need?
Travel / Re: Ireland Visiting Visa(a Newbie) by Vicjustice: 12:40pm On Sep 25
Lepsywitty: pansophist I have checked the website and read through. I saw €60 as visa fee.(Single Entry) €100, double entry. And it says visa fee is Non refundable.
Could you please throw more light to this.Thanks
Before I can make suggestions, I want you to declare your situations and circumstances, that should include social, occupational, financial, professional and family circumstances etc.
Also, state your purpose of wanting to travel to Ireland...
Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 12:31pm On Sep 25
mikeyj: House please do I need to book an appointment for visit visa application? Or I just walk in to the ikeja office with my documents.
If I do need to book , please how long does it take to get an appointment .
Thanks guys
When you finished with the form, and at the end, there will be instructions about what to do next.
Travel / Re: Retention Of Passport by Vicjustice: 2:07pm On Sep 24
Kunleoduwole: Thank you for the response,I intend getting another passport for any intended future travel.so what do you advise I do whenever am applying to any other country apart from UK..thanks
Simply stay in Nigeria until you are capable to genuinely travel abroad.

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