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|Crime / Re: 80-Year-Old Man Flogs His 100-Year-Old Mother To Death In Niger State (Photo) by Vicjustice: 2:40pm On Nov 14|
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 4:10pm On Nov 01|
nobody09:I'm not sure whether there is any special kind of mail that you should send to the US embassy informing them of the change.
But, instead of jeopardising your application and risking refusal record against your name, why not withdraw the application?
In my opinion, i think this last moment change of circumstance may have negative impact on the application as it suggest poor organisation and inconsistency, i hope i'm wrong.
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 1:27am On Oct 31|
Justice96:If you are travelling abroad as a student, especially during school activity period, you would be expected to provide such letter as a prove that your travel is ok with the school and your study schedule: but whether the embassy "run check" on the document or not depends on the discretion of the visa officer. But i can inform you that it takes no time for them to telephone the school for verification, and if you are caught, you would be banned for life. Is it worth it?
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 10:11am On Oct 28|
kessel:Go through my article in the link below and see what i'm talking about:
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 10:42am On Oct 27|
kessel:Even if the statement of account shows its transaction history, or even if the N300m is still available, how is the company's account and the money in it suitable to be used for sponsoring your trip?
|Business / Re: UPS Courier: My Frustrating Disappointment by Vicjustice: 1:46pm On Oct 26|
superior1:The amount is actually in 7 figures, we actually sued for N20m but offered a significantly reduced compensation.
Understand that I lost about €3000 (three thousand Euros) on air tickets as a result of Ups' negligence and other legal costs through the process of pursuing justice: ups had the chance to settle out of court, but they chose to lie in defence of their negligence.
I doubt they want to appeal because, their barristers are obviously glad to see it come to an end.
To be honest, I am the one considering appealing the quantum because, I expected to get more compensation than what is being offered: either way, I'm glad to have the victory. Alway sue and sue until corruption is down.
|Business / Re: UPS Courier: My Frustrating Disappointment by Vicjustice: 10:05pm On Oct 25|
Thanks guys for your interest and support in this matter.
After 8 years of prolonged battle with UPS, today, the case has finally come to an end.
The judge in a Benin high court ruled in my favour and the courier giant has been ordered to pay a compensation: however, the amount is not what i was expecting.
The good thing is that i was able to cause their knee to buckle: had it been that people have the habit of bringing law-suits against giant entities including Police, there would have been less corruption in Nigeria.
Please, ladies and gentlemen, follow suit and form a habit of legally challenging those giants who violate you: stop that lazy mindset of leaving "everything to God" and learn to fight for your right if you can, just fight as hard as you can and leave the rest.
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 8:21am On Oct 19|
NanaOne1:Well, based on your travel history and your financial condition, I would say that you have a good chance if things are done well.
But I hope that tthe reasons for your dad's American visa refusal back then didn't include misrepresentation in the perspective of the visa officer: it it does, that may mean he's excluded from the USA for life.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:05am On Oct 09|
modelmike7:Yes, that is perfect, it is acceptable in every government institution including the embassy.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 4:46pm On Oct 03|
samakinbo:The Australian immigration does not share common database with with any of these countries that you mentioned, so it's highly unlikely that they would find out about your UK incident. However, you would be required to answer questions like "have you ever applied for a visa for any country, was the visa issued?"
"Have you ever been refused a visa for any country?"
So, what would you answer to these questions?
Bear in mind that the fact that they do not share a common database does not mean that they do not share intelligence.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 4:21pm On Oct 02|
Onyiify:Remember that your brother is not in a conventional employment, so, it is likely that the visa officer does not consider the Church as a bona-fide employment setting, therefore, the officer might not want to rely on the mercy of your brother's moral discretion to abide by the visa condition.
Perhaps you brother needs more of the church backings and even a guarantor.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 4:08pm On Oct 02|
NanaOne1:From what you wrote about the calibre of your personality and your activities, neither you nor your Dad should have any difficulty in getting a US visa if the applications are done well.
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 11:09am On Sep 25|
Adesola415:Oh, you're such a nice guy asking all these questions for your "friend"
But how about you tell your "friend" about this forum so he can ask these questions himself
|Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 11:00am On Sep 25|
Alibzkenny:Simply answer by saying that the visa officer stated that h/he wasn't satisfied that you fulfilled all requirements, and that the explanation was rather vague to your understanding.
|Travel / 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.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:33am On Sep 12|
segxi1960:I can not give specific answer about these website, but i do know that any legitimate and verifiable hotel reservation is ok.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:30am On Sep 12|
dejiconde:Being informed that you are entitled to appeal is not the same thing as being told to appeal.
Well, the main issue that i see here is the sponsor that you presented, it is not an ideal thing to present an "uncle" or anybody who is not your parents, sibling or spouse as a sponsor: this is perhaps what they meant by insufficient documentation, which may mean that the document provided in regard to sponsor is not sufficient as the sponsor is not deemed appropriate.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 10:07am On Sep 04|
2Favoured:Though it is not impossible, but it would be hard to get her a visa given that she does not seem to have something to return to Nigeria for, i mean, something to represent her tie to Nigeria.
Now, being an extended family member, her relationship with the invitee is not somewhat that would be considered bona-fide, it would be different if she was her mother, father or sibling.
To be successful in inviting and obtaining a visa for a distant relative who cannot sponsor herself (especially if the person is not considered aged), the invitee must be considered a person of imposing calibre that merits trust and overwhelming capability: but if the invitee is just a regular person, that task may be difficult.
If however you want to go ahead with the visa application, be careful what she says is her reason for the travel, she may be refused if she states explicitly that she is travelling to mind the kids because, that activity may be considered as a job and a potential reason to want to stay illegally in the US.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 9:53am On Sep 04|
dejiconde:I don't think the embassy can tell you to appeal, they can only inform you that you are allowed to appeal the decision.
Unfortunately, no one can advice you without knowing the documents that were involved and their deficiencies.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 7:58am On Aug 31|
dejiconde:It would be difficult to work on your query based on this information alone since no one really knows what documents that you presented or omit.
|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 12:54am On Aug 26|
HELP101:I like the responses of Saintsquere, Femiratess and Mavinc4u, i think they did justice to your query.
As for whether you would have problem in future visa application after serving the 18 months ban, my answer is, although, there is no official application of any further punishment, but yet, the impact of the ban will always have negative influence on your future visa application as it will always remain in your travel history which you are required to declare whenever you are faced with the question: "Have you ever been refused entry, removed or asked to leave another country?"
Appealing the decision is your best bet: but remember, since the purpose of the visa is now invalid (as the school has cancelled your admission), you should not be appealing against the decision to cancel your visa, but rather appeal the ban.
|Travel / An Ordeal At The Nigerian Embassy In Dublin. by Vicjustice: 5:55pm On Aug 24|
|Celebrities / Re: Anna Ebiere Banner And Her Father At MBGN Conference (Photos) by Vicjustice: 3:38pm On Jul 29|
Fake News story!
|Romance / Re: Man Buys A Car For His Wife For Not Giving Up On Him. Photos by Vicjustice: 3:28pm On Jul 29|
Not "Giving up" about what? By the way, why would a woman "give up" on a man who can buy her such gift?
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|Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 8:18am On Jul 24|
slyman187:If you have been refused a visa, then tick YES, and if you have not been refused a visa, then tick NO.
In this case (that you explained ), it wasn't your own application that was refused, so tick "NO".
BUT I WANT TO WARN YOU THAT IF YOUR FINGER PRINTS OR EYE SCAN WERE TAKEN DURING YOUR IMPERSONATION, YOU HAVE TO FORGET ABOUT THE USA FOR LIFE OR KEEP ON USING THE IDENTITY ON YOUR FINGER PRINTS OR EYE SCAN.
|Politics / Re: Man Who Met Gudaji Kazaure On A Plane Shares Experience. Photos by Vicjustice: 9:59am On Jul 08|
In my honest opinion, these guys do not look good in the plane...
|Career / Re: When Nigerian Labourers Were Earning 50K For A Day's Wage. by Vicjustice: 10:47am On Jun 21|
Samunosuke:Exactly, that's the point of this thread
|Career / Re: When Nigerian Labourers Were Earning 50K For A Day's Wage. by Vicjustice: 10:39pm On Jun 18|
50k back then was fifty Kobo, but now, 50k is fifty thousand Naira.
|Career / When Nigerian Labourers Were Earning 50K For A Day's Wage. by Vicjustice: 4:18pm On Jun 18|
Gone are the days when Nigerian labourers were earning 50k as a day's wage.
|Travel / Re: How To Write Invitation Letters by Vicjustice: 2:03pm On May 26|
nellytivities:The question would be, "what is your relationship with the man", would you say "relative"?
|Travel / Re: How To Write Invitation Letters by Vicjustice: 9:01am On May 25|
nellytivities:The Visa Officer would expect you to prove your relationship as it is not uncommon for visa officers to hear Nigerians calling anyone a brother, sister, uncle, auntie, cousin, even daddy or mommy, so it is up to you to prove the relationship.
Birth certificate or age declaration document can help, and since he is from your mom's family, then her family name should correspond.
|Celebrities / Re: Fela Effigy Built At Allen Roundabout Lagos By Ambode by Vicjustice: 9:06pm On May 21|
Why headless, abi na Meluza?
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