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Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by johnsonm2g: 6:55pm On Jul 24
nneteb:
When applying for the accommodation, tell the landlord you will stay for more than a year, however,
the embassy will want u to get 3 months contract first. So u can decide to pay for next month but tell the landlord you need 3 months contract first.
thank you very much for the insight
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by meedx: 7:14pm On Jul 24
nneteb:
When applying for the accommodation, tell the landlord you will stay for more than a year, however,
the embassy will want u to get 3 months contract first. So u can decide to pay for next month but tell the landlord you need 3 months contract first.

Please my school gave me an accommodation certificate though I haven't made any payment for accomodation, would it be a challenge in visa application?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by nneteb(f): 8:35pm On Jul 24
How many months was inputted in the contract?
meedx:


Please my school gave me an accommodation certificate though I haven't made any payment for accomodation, would it be a challenge in visa application?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by meedx: 9:05pm On Jul 24
nneteb:
How many months was inputted in the contract?
The accommodation certificate only stated the start date. The accommodation was actually arranged by the school after I indicated interest in staying in the school residential hall.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 6:53am On Jul 25
Hi, goodmorning
Please I have question
I'm trying to apply for france and before I started I wanted to book an appointment so I know my date of submission but I couldn't book one without filling the forms. So I went ahead and filled the forms and submitted and to book appointment,its saying the earliest slot is 1st of September. But in my forms my dates for travel is 14th September which is not ideal now considering the appointment date.
Please what can I do? How do I get an earlier date for appointment? Or how do I change my date of travel. All documentation I have is stated for the 14th September period. I reside in abuja
Please advice.
Thank you
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by nneteb(f): 11:16am On Jul 25
Don't bother to book any appointment just go to VFS center in abuja with all your documents, tell those security officer outside the building that ur school ask you to come and confirm some information, once u have access in, 3rd floor is VFS global, walk straight to the reception tell the receptionist that you came to submit ur documents for student VISA for France and u would want to pay for VIP. VIP is 17500. Go with additional 17500 for VIP
Alexie89:
Hi, goodmorning
Please I have question
I'm trying to apply for france and before I started I wanted to book an appointment so I know my date of submission but I couldn't book one without filling the forms. So I went ahead and filled the forms and submitted and to book appointment,its saying the earliest slot is 1st of September. But in my forms my dates for travel is 14th September which is not ideal now considering the appointment date.
Please what can I do? How do I get an earlier date for appointment? Or how do I change my date of travel. All documentation I have is stated for the 14th September period. I reside in abuja
Please advice.
Thank you
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 11:50am On Jul 25
nneteb:
Don't bother to book any appointment just go to VFS center in abuja with all your documents, tell those security officer outside the building that ur school ask you to come and confirm some information, once u have access in, 3rd floor is VFS global, walk straight to the reception tell the receptionist that you came to submit ur documents for student VISA for France and u would want to pay for VIP. VIP is 17500. Go with additional 17500 for VIP

Thank you.

It's not for student visa tho.
It's the regular short stay tourist visa
I'm just confused why it didn't let me see an appointment date before making me fill all the information about intended travel date in the form.
How do I go about this. �
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by ibnquasale(m): 12:38pm On Jul 25
Good afternoon all,
What is the minimum number of months I must have left on my passport?

I am going for MSc and I have like 12 months left on my passport.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by jide4lagos(m): 2:18pm On Jul 25
Congratulations, I couldn’t book ooo until last week. I will be submitting on the 6th.
nneteb:
Please have you done your biometric?

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Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by jide4lagos(m): 2:21pm On Jul 25
That’s kinda short.

You will be getting a years first which is 12 months and the law state that you must have extra 3 months by the expiration of the visa.

You need to talk to campus France.

ibnquasale:
Good afternoon all,
What is the minimum number of months I must have left on my passport?

I am going for MSc and I have like 12 months left on my passport.

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Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by jide4lagos(m): 2:26pm On Jul 25
Was this how you submitted your documents?

nneteb:
Don't bother to book any appointment just go to VFS center in abuja with all your documents, tell those security officer outside the building that ur school ask you to come and confirm some information, once u have access in, 3rd floor is VFS global, walk straight to the reception tell the receptionist that you came to submit ur documents for student VISA for France and u would want to pay for VIP. VIP is 17500. Go with additional 17500 for VIP
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 2:30pm On Jul 25
jide4lagos:
Congratulations, I couldn’t book ooo until last week. I will be submitting on the 6th.

How did you book?
Where are you? Lagos or abuja?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by jide4lagos(m): 4:19pm On Jul 25
Thru vfs website

Alexie89:


How did you book?
Where are you? Lagos or abuja?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by nneteb(f): 6:04pm On Jul 25
Yes
jide4lagos:
Was this how you submitted your documents?

Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 6:09pm On Jul 25
jide4lagos:
Thru vfs website


Ok.
I'm really still looking for an advice. I filled out my forms online and put my intended travel dates for September 14th but when I got to book appointment the earliest date is September 1st for people in abuja . Please what do I do?
Is there a way to get an early appointment? Or do I cancel the whole application?
Please advice.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by HRprof: 6:54am On Jul 26
Alexie89:


Thank you.

It's not for student visa tho.
It's the regular short stay tourist visa
I'm just confused why it didn't let me see an appointment date before making me fill all the information about intended travel date in the form.
How do I go about this. �

You can delete already filled app and refill another application with different date you want then proceed to appointment
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Martinyimi007: 11:09am On Jul 26
nneteb:
I used studapart.com for my accommodation
Oh okay and the appointment of job ? Is it here in Nigeria or France ?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 12:17pm On Jul 26
HRprof:


You can delete already filled app and refill another application with different date you want then proceed to appointment

Thank you
Will get right on it
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by davide470(m): 3:18pm On Jul 26
Alexie89:


Thank you
Will get right on it
You do know dates are given based on availability, and there is zero assurance you will get a date earlier than the last one you got.

Why not adjust your travel plans instead?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by davide470(m): 3:19pm On Jul 26
Martinyimi007:

Oh okay and the appointment of job ? Is it here in Nigeria or France ?
Nigeria, of course.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 4:18pm On Jul 26
davide470:
You do know dates are given based on availability, and there is zero assurance you will get a date earlier than the last one you got.

Why not adjust your travel plans instead?

Yea, I thought so. So I changed travel plans to sometime in October and I got an early date for appointment in September. I guess that will work. Thank you so much

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Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by abbeyleee2013(m): 7:08pm On Jul 27
Hello House, please i applied for erasmus mundus but i was offered a tuition reduction of 18k to 6k euro. the program starts by september 2021. I wish to know if theres another person on the same category like me. I also would like to know the experience like for a joint masters program in EU. thanks
ogatboy:



The money is more than enough, I lived on less than 500 monthly although in CROUS accommodation. You can send a mail to CROUS in your school using Google translator although the period for taking requests ended 31st of May. People in Paris get grant of only 750 nthey survive. All the best
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by johnsonm2g: 10:13pm On Jul 27
abbeyleee2013:
Hello House, please i applied for erasmus mundus but i was offered a tuition reduction of 18k to 6k euro. the program starts by september 2021. I wish to know if theres another person on the same category like me. I also would like to know the experience like for a joint masters program in EU. thanks
you should follow this link : https://www.nairaland.com/4240109/erasmus-mundus-masters-scholarship-applicants/38 I believe there are people of like-minds there willing to share ideas with you.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Lizzer: 9:06am On Jul 28
Good mornlng
Please i have aquestion.
When you are booking for appointment online, is there an option to pick the date you want or is the embassy that will give you a date based on the avaliability?

Because am planning to submitt on the second week of august, like on the 12th. I hope i can get that date.
Alexie89:


Yea, I thought so. So I changed travel plans to sometime in October and I got an early date for appointment in September. I guess that will work. Thank you so much
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Alexie89: 9:13am On Jul 28
Lizzer:
Good mornlng
Please i have aquestion.
When you are booking for appointment online, is there an option to pick the date you want or is the embassy that will give you a date based on the avaliability?

Because am planning to submitt on the second week of august, like on the 12th. I hope i can get that date.

The will give you dates based on availability. I realised in my recent search that if you are in lagos, u can get dates in August, but if u are in abuja, the earliest dates are in September. No idea why but I'm guessing because of covid they are accepting certain number per day. So if you are in lagos, u can try, you might get the dates but the longer you wait the farther the dates change
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Lizzer: 9:20am On Jul 28
Okay thank you so much Alexie89.
Alexie89:


The will give you dates based on availability. I realised in my recent search that if you are in lagos, u can get dates in August, but if u are in abuja, the earliest dates are in September. No idea why but I'm guessing because of covid they are accepting certain number per day. So if you are in lagos, u can try, you might get the dates but the longer you wait the farther the dates change
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by africandictator(m): 12:42pm On Jul 28
Please does anyone have any idea how much Nigeria international passport cost in Lagos? And are they issuing it now?
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by yemmywesey(m): 1:11pm On Jul 28
africandictator:
Please does anyone have any idea how much Nigeria international passport cost in Lagos? And are they issuing it now?

Pls go to passport section, don't derail this thread.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Desmondcedar(m): 1:46pm On Jul 28
Hello house, I will really appreciate any information you can share about how to get the covid jab, I hope to add the document to the ones I am taking to VFS next week.

Thank you in advance.
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Desmondcedar(m): 1:48pm On Jul 28
Desmondcedar:
Hello house, I will really appreciate any information you can share about how to get the covid jab, I hope to add the document to the ones I am taking to VFS next week.

Thank you in advance.

In Lagos specifically please
Re: Securing Visa To France, Applying From Nigeria... by Laishat29: 2:36pm On Jul 28
So far people that have gone to vaccination centers were told they are not doing it anymore, which may lead one to think that the donations have finally ran out.

Are you applying for long or short stay?
Desmondcedar:


In Lagos specifically please

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