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|Travel / Re: Need Help And Advice by Vicjustice: 7:35am|
chiamo:Only if you're a sport man, that's when 53 years could be deemed unsuitable, otherwise it isn't the oldest age to start afresh.
By eligibility, I didn't mean your qualifications or your professions in Nigeria, I mean the rights to work in the countries: and that right comes through difficulties and trial of time, you might see yourself and family seeking asylum and the outcome can not be guaranteed
|Travel / Re: Need Help And Advice by Vicjustice: 5:00pm On May 21|
chiamo: I am a matured man, married with kids among who are grown-ups. I am self-employed with experiences in various fields’ .i.e business consulting, computer data entry, computer operating, freelance broadcaster etc. I have been opportune to travel some years ago to various countries like Germany, Portugal, Malta, Belgium, Hong Kong etc.1) It would be appropriate to seek "greener pastures" wherever there is indeed the greener pastures.
2) I don't know your age
3) It depends on circumstances and your aim and objectives
4) There are jobs available in both countries for those who are eligible for them
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 8:50pm On May 18|
naiko: thank you @ justwise and vicjustice, i sincerely grateful to you guys for your availability, prompt answers and infos. i can confirm today that i got my two years visa to the u.k.many thanks,i also want to extend my appreciations to ppl like ayobj,voskini,babybird82 and the rest guys,may God continue to strenghten you as you assist others with your knowledge, keep up the good job!Good to hear such good reports, keep them coming. Congrats!
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 11:36pm On May 17|
weezyana07: @vicjustice so what do I do- dose it mean I dnt stand a chance? Advice pls on what to do,so I dnt end up waste my moni. Or can my sisters husband stand in for me?Read about it here:
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:28pm On May 17|
weezyana07: @vicjustice @justwise and all, am new on this tread so pls pardon me if I ask questions that has been answered already,I've tried to go tru the tread seem not to see something related to mine.No, the person who you mentioned as your sponsor is ineligible for that role.
Read more here:
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 5:34pm On May 17|
miri8d:Oh, I thought he doesn't have a job, my mistake.
So now, as he has a job and does not have sufficient fund, you can be his sponsor while his job represents a tie to Nigeria, and your parents can write a declaration of accommodation details.
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 3:11pm On May 17|
miri8d:I thought you were talking about some mischievous syndicate (in Nigeria) professing to be a "visa agent". Well, I still don't see any need for the service of an agent whether in Nigeria or abroad.
However, as neither you nor your husband has a job, it would be reasonable for for the visa officer to refuse his application on employment ground as this is a basic requirement to fulfill.
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 10:40am On May 17|
Africaine:Your kids can not have the 2 years visas if you (the parents) do not have it: it is ok for your entire family to apply for such long term multi-entry visas. But bear in mind that two years visa is issued on necessity and not on sequences. So, unless it is deemed necessary (that is if you are constantly in need of visa renewal), the visa officer might not deem it appropriate to approve this kind of visa
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:14am On May 17|
miri8d: I came across this thread while looking for advice related to my visa difficulties. I have to say the responses on this thread have been amazing, kudos to you guys!I won't recommend sponsorship by your own parents, he is a married man, therefore, it is expected of him to be capable of self sponsor, or alternatively, you (as his spouse) can sponsor him.
Let him not make the mistake of depositing money into his account unless he is able to provide comprehensive and credible evidence of the source of the money.
Warning! Flee from whoever that "agent" is who accord himself a "visa specialist", s/he could get your husband into a huge trouble that may get him banned from the UK for 10 years: you don't need any "agent" unless you want to waste your money and get banned as a result of their error
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 9:42am On May 17|
Africaine: Hi Vicjustice,Absolutely not, the fact that your husband did not travel with the previous visa is definitely a plus to his next application. Understand that the main concern of visa officers is the possibility of absconding by a visa holder, therefore, in the event that a visa holder did not make use of the visa, that fear is eliminated: therefore, your husband stands a better chance of getting the visa now than in the previous application
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 6:26pm On May 16|
Adeogooba: To God be the Glory and this is to appreciate you great people WaleAbimbola, DisGuy Your contributions to my post here on this thread and to Justwise your response to my email really did help me with my decisions to apply for the uk visa and yesterday I collected the uk visa for myself,wife and 4kids.sincerely I want to thank these other people too,Babybird82,your story really inspired me to move on,Vicjustice,sincerely your many contributions helped a lot,Jt2010,Ayobj,Voskini,and so many many others I cannot mention all here,all I can say is thank you for keeping this thread,offering valuable advice that ordinarily should cost good money.Thank you for your free help.I can sense your joy from your post, i'm so glad for you. You're highly welcome
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 6:08pm On May 16|
chomiq3: Thanks Vicjustice sorry about that mix up. I have read through the thread but didn't answer my question. Can my friend who's only providing my accomodation and feeding send a scanned copies of his invitation letter, utility bill, tenancy agreement, biodata of his passport and resident permit for my UK visiting visa application?If indeed you read through, you'd see that your question was answered in the note part
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 4:05pm On May 16|
chomiq3: Thanks justwise for quick response. Pls will UK embassy accept scanned copies of these documents including the invitation letter?Though i do not consider myself just foolish, but i am not the "Justwise" that you meant here
Well, click this link to read about it all:
|Travel / Re: Pictures Of Disney Land,paris. by Vicjustice: 3:02pm On May 16|
luka1981:Are you serious?
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 2:58pm On May 16|
chomiq3: Hello NairalandersA copy of the bio-data page of his passport/residence permit and the invitation letter detailing the conditions
|Travel / Re: Can I Go To Greece With A Shengen Visa From The Lithuanian Embassy In England? by Vicjustice: 7:50am On May 15|
syrianinlondon: Hello everyone,It is perfectly safe to do so, but you might ha e to explain this to them at the port of entry.
|Travel / Re: UK Fiancée Visa Requirements by Vicjustice: 6:02pm On May 13|
falex61: Hi house. I need some help. I have a UK fiancée who is british and we both plan the get married in the UK. My fiancée has the financial ability to cater for both of us.Invite her to do the registry in Nigeria, a tourist/visit visa does not entitle you the rights to do the registry in the UK
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 3:49pm On May 10|
adelegan1: will my waec certificate be verify if applying for US spousal visa. The year of my date of birth is wrong on my waec certificate but the day and month is correct. My friend told me they will ask for my waec at point in time.please house i need your response as soon as possibleI can only tell you one thing: do not use any fake document, you would be banned for life.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 2:23pm On May 10|
chomiq3: Wow but this same UKBA has granted lots of applicants from Nigerian attending the same seminar am about to attend with just 800k in their accounts. Infact most of them are first timers and some have gotten 2 years after their 6 months visa expired. Please don't rule out that its not possible cos I've seen it happened. Is a monthly seminar that most of our members attend.Like I said, it is very possible for the elites or the eminent personnels to get visas with such applications, so, perhaps those that you referred to are considered as such: most people can not get a visa in similar circumstances.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 1:17pm On May 10|
chomiq3: Thanks for ur quick response. The seminar is 2 days and I will be spending about 6 nights in the Uk.Except you are a Nigerian elite, or you are an eminent personel in Nigerian, i don't see how a visa officer would want to approve a visa for you to attend a trivial conference or seminar that would be held for only two days; from the perspective of a visa officer, it all seems an excuse to enter into the UK: you don't seem to have a credible reason to visit the UK, i may be wrong though.
I'd recommend that you look for other reasons to visit the UK, perhaps tourist visa would be better, you can include the seminar as one of the purposes, but to use such trivial matter as the main reason for wanting to visit the UK is suspicious
|Travel / Re: Pictures Of Disney Land,paris. by Vicjustice: 1:09pm On May 10|
guttentag: How can i get there, PLZ TELL MEWhere are you at the moment, i mean, where are you going there from?
|Travel / Re: General Georgia Republic Travel Enquiries by Vicjustice: 12:03pm On May 09|
frank 94: My dear forget whatever they are talking to pull you down,one good thing is that you are going their to study,by gods grace surely you will survive and make it in life.If he can survive in a foreign hell like Georgia, what prevents him from surviving in motherland Nigeria?
By the way what could he do to survive in a hell like Georgia, hοmosexυal ρrοstitution?
|Travel / Re: Pictures Of Disney Land,paris. by Vicjustice: 11:35am On May 09|
sunjetg: My wife and I visited Disney Land,Paris.There was no dull moment thoughout our 10hrs stay. From breath-taking structures in the land to out of the world activities offered,spending some time there was just worth the money for the tickets.I'd suggest there is no need to upload the pictures if you are not going to show yourself present in any of them, there are millions of pictures of Disney Land in the net, but you can make yours unique and exciting by posting pictures of yourself (or your family) in Disney land.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 7:56pm On May 08|
chomiq3: Please house and @Justwise I need ur candid advise. I was refused a UK general visa in September 2012.How long is the seminar taking place?
Why have you chosen to attend this particular seminar in the UK?
How is the seminar going to be of benefit to your "career"?
How much do you intend to spend for the trip?
Why would you be spending your life savings just to attend a seminar?
How much money would be left for you to live on after your return?
Have you ever traveled abroad before?
What would you be returning to Nigeria for?
|Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 2 by Vicjustice: 10:40am On May 07|
APFM:You can apply if you want to loose your money
|Travel / Re: Urgent Need Of Infos by Vicjustice: 10:37pm On May 06|
faareed: Thanks for the info. But pls,as he is frm the Eastern part of Nigeria,can d court marriage b done there other than Lagos,and after the marriage,what are the necessary steps to take. Which documents is he likely to be asked to present. The process of legalisation,and the chance of getting a Type C visa frm an EU Member state after everything is done.The documents needed are main documents plus supporting documents, with other documented documents and his documented papers to support his documents amongst other documenting documents in the ocumentary documentation
|Travel / Re: What You Need To Know About Using Atms Abroad by Vicjustice: 10:35pm On May 06|
igelomo:Absolutely, those who are using ATM in Europe can attest to this
|Travel / Re: Many Planes Can Take Off At The Same Time, Same Airport by Vicjustice: 3:56pm On May 06|
Orikinla: Do you know that many planes can take off at the same time in same airport?No, no matter how big an airpost is or how busy it is, only a single plane can take off or land in a run way at any given time
|Travel / Re: Urgent Need Of Infos by Vicjustice: 9:26am On May 06|
faareed: My best friend was recently deported from The Netherlands for not having a legal document,and also a 2year EU Entry ban was issued. He is in a relationship with a Dutch,and the union is blessed with a child. We are in search of infomations on what to do to re-unite him with his family. Pls anyone with any idea of what to do should help. Marriage is bn suggested,and the Dutch citizen is willing to do anything to get her Babydaddy back to europe. QUESTIONS: Can d court marriage b done elsewhere other than Lagos;the requirement for a court marriage in nigeria;the process of legalising d marriage and other certificate;with d marriage in place,does it nulify d EU Entry ban; and the best way to obtain EU Spouse visa. Pls kindly help get a family back together.The only way to get around the ban is the exercise of rights by marriage. At the moment, (as he is not legally married to the woman, and he is not in in the Netherland to prove the paternity of the child and solicit for parental rights), his rights are as good as the non-existing rights of a sρerm donor.
Encourage the Dutch woman to travel to Nigeria to do the marriage
|Travel / Re: What You Need To Know About Using Atms Abroad by Vicjustice: 7:07pm On May 05|
igelomo: Making withdrawals off of debit cards through ATMs abroad can sometimes be wrought with problems, annoyances, confusion, or, in rare cases, all out disaster. Additional foreign transaction bank fees and ATM fees add up, sometimes your card will not work in certain countries. Occasionally, the machine will “eat” your card, there is always a risk of being mugged during or after making an ATM transaction, there is a chance that your card number and/ or password can be scraped by thieves using a variety of methods, and, sometimes, the machine simply does not give you all (or any) of the money you attempt to withdraw.This article is completely misrepresenting the fact, I doubt that the person who wrote this misinformation has ever travelled abroad
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 5:59pm On May 04|
You have earned my respect by keeping your correspondence in a civil and courteous manner, and it would interest me to communicate with you.
Please, understand that this thread was created to address the continuously asked question which had been repeatedly answered... regarding "the documents" needed for this and for that visa applications, so, is it not disappointing to see that someone who supposedly read the main article would still ask the very question that has been addressed?
Please, also understand that you are not the only person to have read the original post and yet came up with this very boring question...
So, seeing that the purpose of this thread is being made invalid with these repeated questions on "documents", i was compelled to give that response which is all about documents, and documents, and documentary documented documentation...
Here are some other posts:
efo4real: I have a woman that is a good friend of mine...and she wanted to invite me to come to Georgia for a specific period of time just for her birthday party...also there is no georgia enbassy in Nigeria...please what are the document that is required fro her and also from me to get the visa and how am i going to go about the visa...since their embassy is not in Nigeria? thanks ...my email is...email@example.com.
mr_chemist: good day all,i m so happy to visit this tread.i want to visit the uk during my leave period i work with lagos ministry of education on average of 1m salary.also i have 500k in another account my uncle is a citizen of uk over 30yr leaving there .want to know the right step to take and the documents needed tx
otunbaneyo09: Thanks bro like how much balance I must have there? And what are the documents for canada tourist visa?
fluxview: VICJUSTICE PLEASE HELP: i want to travel to Indian for a one month training in instrumentation,i have been to the embassy 3 weeks ago for visa application but i was told that visa applications are always done on Monday's and that i should fill an online form as well. pls i need somebody to explain how to go about the on line form. and what other supporting documents are: invitation letter, account statement, yellow fever cert.,application letter,employment letter,c.v
dunkmaster: hello house please i will like to know the documents needed to apply for a US tourist visa. i need a respond asap. thanks peeps
angelo82: Hello Vicjustice,I have been following your contribution on this forum and I must commend you are a wonderful person.I will like you to furnish me with clear information on how to go about marrying my Greek babe in Nigeria successfully.What are the document requirements before I leave Greece so that I can be well prepared?Any useful info will be well appreciated.
eduson33: Greetings all!.
chris.a:Hence i say: "The documents needed are main documents plus supporting documents, with other documented documents and your documented papers to support your documents amongst other documents in documentary documentation""
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 11:53am On May 04|
Well, from your writing manners, I could see that you're learned, and I must be honest in expressing my disappointment when you asked "what additional documents" you need... despite the analysis and explanations that the original article contains.
"It is boring to hear people asking "what documents" that are required for this or for that visa, and i see that no matter how many individuals that are answered, there will continue to be many others who will ask the same question over and over and over again. It doesn't make much of a sense to ask this same question or to keep on answering it to everyone who asked it, so, i have decided to create this narrative list to answer the question conclusively"
So, what do you expect me to say when you asked that question despite reading the article, to begin writing the list all over again?
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