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Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 8:05am On Apr 18
RuthZiba:
please I need your honest advice. I applied for B1/B2 visa(child birth) with my hubby and we were denied. The visa officer said, she believes we do not have strong ties to Nigeria and hubby has his business and properties for which she didn't ask about. The visa officer asked for his personal statement of account and we took for only his business account because we felt that will be the funding account. Besides he doesn't really use the personal acct so it's not quite funded. If I reapply, what can I do differently bearing in mind that hubby will be my sponsor or do you think I should just let things be?
Thank you
But the answers to your questions are clearly explained in the opening article. I recommend you read it carefully.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 5:53am On Apr 13
Aquaman84:


Sorry vicjustice, didn't mean to appear rude. If I did, I am truly sorry. You have been a great help and I respect you for that, I've been in a shitty job for over five years and just got lucky to have gotten this one. I've never travelled before due to a crappy job but now I can afford to I want to travel. I'll take your advice, its just not fair that one must work that long before travelling, so cos I changed job I cannot travel??
You weren't "rude". it's just that your comments seemed a bit bluffing.
Now that we are seemingly on common ground, I'll tell you plainly that your visa application would be refused because, you haven't yet exceeded the mandatory one year period after which your tax return will be evaluated, and your job sustainability is assessed.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 9:37pm On Apr 12
Aquaman84:


I got my company to get me payslips, I was employed 6th of February 2018 and was confirmed 7th of may (3 months), I applied for leave on July 4th. This means I will be sending my application may 30th after I receive my salary for that month. Is this OK??

My new company is registered with CAC and has a TIN number from FIRS, so its legit, the payslips will come with letter head and a signature from HR, the most important thing like you said is that payment from my company should show on my salary account (bank statement) which it does, my account is legit.

I saw a post that a guy was refused UK visa because he submitted a payslip without a Bank statement, the eco said payslips can be forged but a bank statement is verified. I think I can only be band if I produce a fake bank statement which I don't intend on doing.
From your manner of writing, it is apparent that you have already made up your mind about your intention and therefore, you're not seeking advice but rather declaring your plans with much assertiveness.
Well, if you're willing to accept it, you chance of being refused a visa is overwhelmingly high for reason of unstained employment as you haven't yet exceeded one year in your current job.
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 10:02pm On Apr 11
Aquaman84:



Or should I draft a payslip myself? Explaining how my salary is broken down?? Any advice please?
Drafting a payslip yourself can be deemed fraudulent and that may get you banned for life.

You stated that you got a new job, how long have you been in the new employment?
Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 11:24pm On Apr 10
Aquaman84:
@Vicjustice

Can a bank statement replace payslip? I haven't started receiving one at my new company but my salary account shows my new company name paying my salary to my account.
Sure, bank statement (if it contains your earnings) outweighs payslip
Properties / Re: Building Collapse At Agege, Lagos, Five People Killed by Vicjustice: 6:05pm On Mar 31
Sad, there are so many buildings that were built without appropriate structural designed by qualified architect and proper professional supervisions: yet, no maintenance and no life-span nor expiring dates on any thing pertaining to the buildings
Celebrities / Re: BBNaija: Ex-Housemate, Khloe Arrives Nigeria (Video) by Vicjustice: 10:12pm On Feb 19
Youtube
Crime / Re: What Would You Do If You Found Him/Her Dead In The Morning? by Vicjustice: 9:56pm On Feb 19
Ill call the police and say exactly what happened because, I live in a country where you can't be arrested based on assumption, but on evidence and fact.
You can get into deeper trouble for taking actions with the intention of disposing off the body, in fact, that could be seen as a gross criminal act which may ruin your innocence.
In Nigeria, you could be arrested and charged without due process, and a judge can sentence you to death based on police opinions without autopsy report.
Travel / Re: Warning For Pregnant Women Travelling Abroad by Vicjustice: 10:16pm On Feb 17
Somto95:
I already have a tourist visit visa and have been to America in 2015 and my visa is still valid. Do I have to have contact a consular to tell him/her my intentions to give birth in America .
As your visa was already issued before your pregnancy, it is not necessary to formally inform a consular of your circumstance
Politics / Re: 2019: Buhari Meets APC Governors In Daura Today by Vicjustice: 8:21am On Feb 16
But this man.. I thought (from the prevalence of his travels abroad for medical reasons) that his health was failing him, and I was concerned he might follow Yar Adua. Good luck to him.

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Travel / Re: Main Reasons Many Are Refused Visas by Vicjustice: 8:35pm On Feb 15
Dewumi054:

Hey vicjustice, thanks for the headsup.. It really indeed will save millions. Am new on this platform and am really struggling to understand how to use it..

Firstly, do I need to download any Nairaland app b4 I can post anything? Have been trying for over an hour to ask people questions but I didn't find the means to type them until now.

Secondly, how do I follow conversations about applying for visa and the most likely questions I need to prepare for. I just applied to a school in the US. Although am yet to receive my i20, I just feel I need to get myself familiarised with stuffs as resumption for summer is just around the corner. I need to be able to follow up, ask questions and contribute my own quota to topics pertaining to obtaining US visa successfully.

Thirdly, you mention in your post that we should give enough time for the embassy to process ones application to avoid denial based on that ground. Please how much time would you suggest?, and what if resumption is a few weeks away, what do you?

So sorry to bother you with all these questions, its just that am confused and I need someone's who is quite familiar with such issues or has gotten his or her visa to help a sister in need. Thanks.
Firstly: Although you can download the app, but i do not use it because, i prefer the website whether using PC or Android.

Secondly: The questions are on the application form.
Know that it is not every visa applicant that is called for interview, and whether an applicant is interviewed or not does not guarantee that a visa application will be approved or refused: and if you worry about the questions that may be asked in the event that you are interviewed, then focus on these:
Why have you chosen the particular course?
Why have you chosen this particular school?
Why do you want to travel abroad for your study?
Why the United States?
Who is sponsoring you?
Why is s/he sponsoring your?
What does your sponsor stand to gain from your education?
What would you do after studying?

Thirdly: I wrote that post when timing and duration was an issue, there wasn't standardised durations for the various categories of visa application then.
Family / Re: Man Ends 22-year-old Marriage Over Wife’s Trousers by Vicjustice: 10:49pm On Jan 24
This is a no-news that just narrowly escaped the label of Fake News, yet it made it to front page: by the way, the title in the front page makes it more or less a fake news.

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Romance / Re: Older Nigerian Woman Gets Married To Her Childhood Sweetheart In US. Photos by Vicjustice: 10:46pm On Jan 24
chibukazor:
For the sake of visa
YES I DO

Smh yeye dey smell

Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaketh

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Celebrities / Re: Kemi Olunloyo: May God Punish Those Who Think I'm Mocking Him! by Vicjustice: 12:58pm On Jan 19
Except she is ignorant of the word of God and the examples of the man who is God, Jesus Christ, her repentance is not genuine: cursing people with God's punishment is impractical in the faith of Christ

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Celebrities / Re: Femi Otedola Kissing His Mother (Photo) by Vicjustice: 12:16pm On Jan 16
Nice one

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Celebrities / Re: Sean Tizzle's Baby Mama And Daughter Pictured by Vicjustice: 3:54pm On Jan 15
Who are they?
Travel / Re: Reasons Not To Go To North Cyprus To Study And Work. by Vicjustice: 8:11pm On Jan 14
justwise:


How is the airline service itself? I will be using them very soon though I will not be layover overnight, 5hrs at Istanbul or less.
Believe me, Turkish Airlines is doing great, they are very competitive and striving to be amongst the best international airliners
Travel / Re: Reasons Not To Go To North Cyprus To Study And Work. by Vicjustice: 12:59pm On Jan 14
omoboy110:
And because of your transit that lasted maybe a day or two,you had alot to say about turkish women?Turkish people are free people,since have been here have never heard that a turkish girl refuse a guy because he's black or christian poo,they don't carry religion on their heads like nigerians.my friend has full afro and we were in the train few days ago and this girl begged him to allow her feel his hair,
Many people would like to feel the skin of a snake, but that doesn't make them snake lovers.
You do not know me nor do you know my occupations or activities, so you can not say that I've only been on a trasit in Turkey for a day or two.
You might want to read my article on the thread in this link:
http://www.nairaland.com/94557/life-various-foreign-countries-experience

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Travel / Re: Reasons Not To Go To North Cyprus To Study And Work. by Vicjustice: 4:35am On Jan 14
omoboy110:
Am sorry but i dont believe you stayed here at all
You still haven't refuted what i said that is wrong about Turkish women to make you think that i never stayed in Turkey.
And apart from having lived in Turkey in the past, if you are willing to know when was the last time that i stayed in Turkey, here is a video of it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2kPEG4-QOg

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Travel / Re: Reasons Not To Go To North Cyprus To Study And Work. by Vicjustice: 3:31pm On Jan 12
omoboy110:
but what you wrote about turkish women is very wrong
What is wrong in what i wrote about Turkish women?
Oh, you think Turkish women date black people?
First of all, you need to realise that it is a taboo (to the vast majority people) in Turkey for a girl to have a non-muslim boyfriend, and that it could be death mission for a girl to be in a relationship that involves sexυal intercourse.
As much as i hate to play the race card, but i should bring to your attention that Turkish people are only a little better than Arab people in their views about black people: Arab people are the worst toward blacks, many of them still believe that owning black slaves is ok.

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Travel / Re: Reasons Not To Go To North Cyprus To Study And Work. by Vicjustice: 3:16pm On Jan 11
omoboy110:
bro how many years did you live in turkey and where exactly in turkey did you stay during those years?
I only stayed in Turkey for 3 months, in Top Kapi area of Istanbul.
Sports / Re: Know The 20 NPFL Teams Competing In The 2017/18 Season by Vicjustice: 4:27pm On Jan 10
Nice

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Travel / Re: Genuie Info About Turkey.i Want To Travel There. by Vicjustice: 1:44am On Jan 10
alert20:
@vicjustice Hi. I do not live in Istanbul, I only stayed there a couple of days.
Tell me you're not planning to go and live in Turkey, or are you?

@vicjustice to be honest with you, I am planing to go there and work...
I love Turkey because of their easy residence... it is the only country where you can get a residents permit easily...

I was talking with a friend about which country is easy to get residents and he advice I go to Poland and it will cost me 2500euros but we all know schengen countries are not giving Nigerians visa anymore even with genuine documents...
I am married and I have a daughter which means I have a tie with Nigeria, but I don't want to go to Europe and I won't be back until after some years all because I don't have a resident permit... so if turkey can issue me a residence permit within a few weeks or month then I am contended at least I will be coming home to see my family often....
thanks for your concern plus I have friends who left this country about 2-3 years ago and they are all doing fine there... I have prove...
I don't want to be a bearer of bad news, but I'll be honest to warn you that no undocumented Nigerian do great in Turkey except those international traders with valid visas.
I don't know where you got your misinformation from, but i can tell you that Turkish residence permit is not as easy as you describbed: and even if by heavenly manna you got the residence permit, manual job wages are considerably poor: Again, no African person does well in Turkey without legal permit, many deal on drugs.

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Celebrities / Pastor Humiliated By A Mad Man While Casting Out Demons by Vicjustice: 4:12pm On Dec 21, 2017
Travel / Re: Life In Various Foreign Countries: From My Experience by Vicjustice: 3:55pm On Dec 21, 2017
DJDD:
@Vicjustice
Sir, God bless you for making out time to contribute on several topics, questions and suggestions. And please ignore all the nay sayers. Please sir i have been offered a scholarship to study in Hungary, i have three questions and i would appreciate your advice and your suggestions.
1. While studying in Hungary during holidays can i go to another Schengen state and work during the holidays?

2.After my studies assuming am working in Hungary can i relocate to another Schengen state? If yes please give me example or suggestions considering avaliability of work as a major factor.

3.While working and residing in Hungary after studies please what are the possible ways of migrating to Canada or USA to find work( i mean menial jobs or proper job).
With am of working and returning home to start a business.

Please @Vicjustice and all nairalanders in this forum who have travelled your advise, positive suggestions and contribution are welcomed. Thanks and remain blessed. Happy Christmas in advance.
1. Although you can travel to any Schengen state and remain for up to three months, but (as a holder of a Hungarian visa/residence permit) you are not entitled to work in any other Schengen state: working in another Schengen state is a breach of the terms and conditions of the visa/permit, and that could incur cancellation of the visa/permit.

2. After your study, (assuming you now work with an Hungarian long term resident permit) you still can not work in another Schengen state except you apply for a professional job and your employer applies for work permit for you.
Another way that you may be entitled to work in another Schengen state is if you are a spouse of an EU citizen, in this case, you can relocate (together with your spouse) to any EU country under the EU Treaty Rights.

3. Hungarian citizens do not need visa to Canada for tourism, yet, they need visa to reside for more than three months or to work therein. As a Nigerian with Hungarian visa or work permit, the only way you can migrate to Canada from Hungary is through their visa programmes (the same way that a home-based Nigerian would apply for a visa).
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, 2017
Nonsense
Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 4:10pm On Nov 01, 2017
nobody09:
please i need your help. my ds 160 forms states that my husband will be travelling with me. but we just found out that he will be very buzy during my travel period and not be able to come with me. please what kind of mail should i send to the us embassy informing them of the change. so that it wont be a problem during my interview which is in few days.. thank you
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, 2017
Justice96:
Vicjustice is No objection certificate NOC (which i think is the same as letter from school) compulsory for a student traveling on holiday? And if yes when you present the letter to them as proof of ties to home country during the interview will they run check on it by taking it along with the primary documents? Am not a student but i want to use NOC as a ties to home country although as a tourist NOC is not among the required documents....
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, 2017
kessel:


sorry,this your question is not understood,please can you rephrase
Go through my article in the link below and see what i'm talking about:
http://www.nairaland.com/967110/main-reasons-many-refused-visas

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Travel / Re: A Comprehensive List Of The Documents Required For Visas by Vicjustice: 10:42am On Oct 27, 2017
kessel:
Hello gurus here
@vicjustice and @justwise
I had a little arguement wothmy boss about SOA today and i need your input
The company's acc has over 300m transaction withim the last 6month but less than 2m as of when the SOA was printed today and boss says the statement is credible enough even with less than 2m as closing bal but i find it difficult to agree with him since the closing bal didnt show enough cash to sponsor me for my trip.
I will like to know if i can go to the embassy with this SOA

NOTE not that the company is broke but all cash has been used to restock.. Help a brother out please, my interview is just few days away. Thanks
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, 2017
superior1:


Except the compensation is too little for them to bother, you should be expecting an appeal.
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, 2017
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.

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