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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by chloe00: 7:39am On Jun 10
honey86:

Couldn't you state your argument without being rude about it?. There are better says to put forth your argument without being rude, afterall we learn everyday.
I wasn’t going to say anything but
Lol how is that rude , next time you too should at least have researched to an extent then or even a bit because a simple google search would have told you Canada is one of the countries that offer citizenship by birth(Now you know better) , before coming to say certain things in public forums.
After you’ve said wrong things and they come for you then you start covering up by at least we learn everyday . SMH ��‍♀️ . Just accept you said the wrong thing initially but you know better now
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by chloe00: 7:43am On Jun 10
Woafavour:
Good morning House. My friend wants to apply for canada Trv. She has only been to turkey,will canada accept that as travel history?
Travel history is considered as part of ties neither can anyone say outright what’s on the mind of the consular(for some it may or may not be sufficient), if your “friend” can prove / show ties to Nigeria then the visa will be issued (note that ties can vary)
You can read up the stories of those who’ve been issued visas over the past few months and see their situations if it’s somewhat similar
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Escape112: 9:28am On Jun 10
Hello @ozymes, heard the VOA application procedure just changed. Please are you aware of how to go about this now or securing an emergency travel document/ Please kindly share, already booked ticked in few days before i started having all these VOA issues coming up. Thank You
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by MamaOO: 4:18pm On Jun 10
chloe00:

I wasn’t going to say anything but
Lol how is that rude , next time you too should at least have researched to an extent then or even a bit because a simple google search would have told you Canada is one of the countries that offer citizenship by birth(Now you know better) , before coming to say certain things in public forums.
After you’ve said wrong things and they come for you then you start covering up by at least we learn everyday . SMH ��‍♀️ . Just accept you said the wrong thing initially but you know better now
Isn’t the post you quoted from 2013, or are my eyes not working correctly??
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by chloe00: 5:06pm On Jun 10
MamaOO:

Isn’t the post you quoted from 2013, or are my eyes not working correctly??
I didn’t quote any post, I’m only responding to the response she gave recently
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by michytolly: 8:20pm On Jun 10
Please my people help me:

My wife wants to give birth in Canada; we are thinking of stating the state government as our sponsor as I plan to apply for tourism visa with her.

Please is this possible if we have the access.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by aye88: 10:12pm On Jun 10
michytolly:
Please my people help me:

My wife wants to give birth in Canada; we are thinking of stating the state government as our sponsor as I plan to apply for tourism visa with her.

Please is this possible if we have the access.


Biko don't try it. How can you say state government is sponsoring your wife to give birth In Canada. As per what now. How can the govt of a state be sponsoring you for tourism or childbirth. They wont dig it o
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 10:42pm On Jun 10
State govt. kwa? plz u ur account to apply

michytolly:
Please my people help me:

My wife wants to give birth in Canada; we are thinking of stating the state government as our sponsor as I plan to apply for tourism visa with her.

Please is this possible if we have the access.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by chloe00: 7:04am On Jun 11
aye88:



Biko don't try it. How can you say state government is sponsoring your wife to give birth In Canada. As per what now. How can the govt of a state be sponsoring you for tourism or childbirth. They wont dig it o
Maybe he’s an ambassador grin grin

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by udezue33: 3:19pm On Jun 11
Good day all. Thank you for all the contributions. After delivery, when applying for baby's passport or birth certificate, is one's husband required to sign any documents? Since hubby is not with me in Canada, what can be done?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 4:40pm On Jun 11
The question has been dealt with several times here.

Fill the passport application, take it to the passport office and the officer will tell you exactly what to do which is to give you ur application no to send to ur hubby. ur hubby is to go with his int passport to canada consult office to sign the docs. After signing, it will be faxed bk to the passport office u applied at.


udezue33:
Good day all. Thank you for all the contributions. After delivery, when applying for baby's passport or birth certificate, is one's husband required to sign any documents? Since hubby is not with me in Canada, what can be done?

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by folmus: 6:28pm On Jun 11
Hotstepper:

The question has been dealt with several times here.

Fill the passport application, take it to the passport office and the officer will tell you exactly what to do which is to give you ur application no to send to ur hubby. ur hubby is to go with his int passport to canada consult office to sign the docs. After signing, it will be faxed bk to the passport office u applied at.


Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Greatg0809: 9:04pm On Jun 11
Please who has gotten ppt request and how long did it take for online application.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Greatg0809: 9:19pm On Jun 11
Wumami:
Hello Hotstepper, I sent you a dm. Really need your help. I applied for a visa for birthing purpose and I just got a response for additional documents. Which is to include letter of appointment from a Doctor. I have a few days to respond. Are you able to please help me? I applied to go to Ontario.

Please help.


Hi wats your timeline like
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by mizGene(f): 9:45pm On Jun 11
udezue33:
Good day all. Thank you for all the contributions. After delivery, when applying for baby's passport or birth certificate, is one's husband required to sign any documents? Since hubby is not with me in Canada, what can be done?

Could you please share your experience? It will help the thread.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Oleayo22(f): 12:46am On Jun 12
Ronnie1984:
hello
thanks for sharing your info and congratulations on the new born. please i will like to know the process of getting a doctor for my sis inlaw. i live in edmonton and will like her to birth her baby here. please kindly share

Thanks alot for sharing you details... Congratulations!
Please,can u kindly guide me on how to obtain Visa on Arrival.Thanks alot.
Ask your family doctor for an appointment for your sister. When she gets to Canada, let her go for her appointment with and get him to refer you to an oby/gynae. Or you could search on google for oby/gynae in Edmonton and call them if they accept patients without insurance. that was what i did. check my story, I used Missericordia in Edmonton

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by udezue33: 5:54am On Jun 12
Thank you very much

Hotstepper:

The question has been dealt with several times here.

Fill the passport application, take it to the passport office and the officer will tell you exactly what to do which is to give you ur application no to send to ur hubby. ur hubby is to go with his int passport to canada consult office to sign the docs. After signing, it will be faxed bk to the passport office u applied at.


Re: Giving Birth In Canada by udezue33: 6:01am On Jun 12
Hi.
I'm in Edmonton, Alberta to have my baby. Just wanted to be sure of the steps after delivery as hubby isn't with me. I think I'ld be better informed and able to share any useful experience as time goes by.
mizGene:


Could you please share your experience? It will help the thread.

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by OakPearl(m): 10:57am On Jun 12
So I and wifey have done biometrics yesterday in Lagos.
We are hoping we get our visa quickly cos she is already 32 weeks gone.
Application was done online submitted 7th June.
Ontario is our choice destination.
Let the countdown begin.
Best of luck to all expectant momas in the house.

@Hotstepper your help will be needed I believe.
Cc: Omobendel
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 11:12am On Jun 12
I pray the visa comes out ASAP. why apply so late though?


OakPearl:
So I and wifey have done biometrics yesterday in Lagos.
We are hoping we get our visa quickly cos she is already 32 weeks gone.
Application was done online submitted 7th June.
Ontario is our choice destination.
Let the countdown begin.
Best of luck to all expectant momas in the house.

@Hotstepper your help will be needed I believe.
Cc: Omobendel
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 11:15am On Jun 12
Always a pleasure. Have a safe delivery


udezue33:
Thank you very much

Re: Giving Birth In Canada by OakPearl(m): 11:23am On Jun 12
Hotstepper:
I pray the visa comes out ASAP. why apply so late though?


Amen ooh.
My sister na the same US bull crap oh.
Then someone said if US denies you, Canada too will. Thought so until someone else countered that claim and then I found this thread and saw the back and forths plus testimonies of people who were denied US but got Canada.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by folmus: 1:58pm On Jun 12
2021:

Thank you Madam I just sent you a reply . Thank you

Why not put info here for others to benefit?
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 2:20pm On Jun 12
The same question she asked here is what she sent which i have already replied here. So guess when she has the breakdown from those ppl, she will update the group

folmus:


Why not put info here for others to benefit?

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Re: Giving Birth In Canada by folmus: 2:22pm On Jun 12
Hotstepper:
The same question she asked here is what she sent which i have already replied here. So guess when she has the breakdown from those ppl, she will update the group


Thanks!
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by aye88: 6:26pm On Jun 12
OakPearl:
So I and wifey have done biometrics yesterday in Lagos.
We are hoping we get our visa quickly cos she is already 32 weeks gone.
Application was done online submitted 7th June.
Ontario is our choice destination.
Let the countdown begin.
Best of luck to all expectant momas in the house.

@Hotstepper your help will be needed I believe.
Cc: Omobendel


You have 8weeks. If this was December or January, this would have been good. But right now, applications is taking longer. I pray yours is different ooo.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by Hotstepper(f): 6:34pm On Jun 12
Less thab 8 weeks..is there any airline to takes over 36 weeks preggy person?




aye88:



You have 8weeks. If this was December or January, this would have been good. But right now, applications is taking longer. I pray yours is different ooo.
Re: Giving Birth In Canada by lynniebabes(f): 9:07pm On Jun 12
I traveled at 39 weeks. And gave birth six days later
OakPearl:
So I and wifey have done biometrics yesterday in Lagos.
We are hoping we get our visa quickly cos she is already 32 weeks gone.
Application was done online submitted 7th June.
Ontario is our choice destination.
Let the countdown begin.
Best of luck to all expectant momas in the house.

@Hotstepper your help will be needed I believe.
Cc: Omobendel

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