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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by kccarew(f): 11:55pm On Dec 11, 2014
Wetin be the thing wey u do apart from say u try marry and u b student and u no fit work there, u never talk true because if u sort everything wey casue the problem for u, u fit go back, but for you to say u no want go bck to uk, u never talk true as per wetin u do for there
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by born2fuckpussy: 11:59pm On Dec 11, 2014
Lucasbalo:
Getting deported is not the end of the World. I have known a lots of people who have been deported to Nigeria from Chicago and some of them have dusted themselves up doing fairly well in Nigeria. Be positive and use your energy to create a bright future for yourself. Good luck to you.
you talks as I think ham!! We wey never travel before dey do nko? We no get nothing to worry about, we no even get passport talkless of visa, except you wan show you my national ID card because since my passport lost in 2007 after collected from ikoyi, I have never bothered to even get another one, we spend everyday, Bleep everyday, we even have our own house and live like a king in where some mumu called jungle nigeria, if nigeria is a jungle, who told them, they can't live like a king. I am loving life in Nigeria.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by irokop(m): 12:05am On Dec 12, 2014
@ OP, since u I've been sent back home try cool down a bit afterwards give other country a shot such like USA Canada Australia and other small countries in Europe, when filling the form don't inform them that u have been to Britain just live that question blank like u made miss Kate!

If u don't have money now u can use the little u have to open small business like barbing saloon and dry cliner or car wash with special machines for it all this little thing ppl over look give money big time, our problem is that we want to hammer big time, hopefully this will help if u can mellow down a bit, good luck

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by ayukdaboss(m): 12:08am On Dec 12, 2014
abbakacici:
i know is unrelated question, but please i need urgent help, I inadvertently washed my jeans with my passport in it yesterday. and now is the passport is a totally waste, i was planing on applying for the emergency travel certificate but form nigerian embassy UK website it seams that is meant for only stole or missing passport.

the reason i apply for it not renewal is that am planing coming back to Nigeria this weekend saturday to be presides, i still have a valid visa so my question are

1) can i apply for emergency travel certificate though my passport is damage not stolen or missing
2) if no should lie and get a police report that my passport is stolen
3)i have a police report, but a break in in our house, that is the police just mail me a letter stating that my case is still on going.

i really need to travel this weekend,
Open a new thread man
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by Nobody: 12:22am On Dec 12, 2014
optimusprime2:
My brother after carefully reading your post, I am sorry to say this, but "Your travel credentials have been screwed up" esp to Schengen Zones, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, basically countries which share info with UK embassies, lets put it this way, English Speaking countries.
You are now limited to Asia (except Japan and South Korea), Russia, Kazakstan, Turkmenistan(I doubt if Turkey will issue their Visa to you under such circumstances, because Turkey really considers Visa's and travel document remarks from OECD countries) and African countries.... oh yeah and the middle east (Except Israel) sorry man, you should have followed the rules.
A Visa Cancellelation is the highest screwup you can offer your passport.
Just run your things in Nigeria.

Nothing do you. You no commit crime. My advice, keep urself busy, enroll in a sch asap so in future when u wan travel again, u have proof u have been busy bettering your life and not just hanging around.

Don't listen to the guy I quoted, I bet he never even travel before.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by Rawani: 1:18am On Dec 12, 2014
9JAgosurvive:
[b]Wellcome back, next time you go any where outside your beloved country Nigeria learn to live by the rule that govern the system where you find yourself, just cause you can get away with certain types of act when done in Nigeria don't mean you can leave Nigeria and still try to play "smart" . Respect yourself and protect the reputation of Nigeria ABEG!

Your original intention was never to study if you really want to be honest, otherwise if it was, you probably complete your education which is the primary reason for coming to the UK in the first place before ever thinking of marrying -simple wisdom should have told you that even if you wanted to marry, you complete your studies, come back home let your Caucasian partner invite you back to the UK and after a few months get married first in Nigerian and she travels to the UK and files for your permanent residency. The UKVI will run some checks but chances of you getting a residency to come be with your partner is very high.

But since you wanted to take the short cut you got busted, now your travel history is totally wrecked as far as the western nations are concerned - your bio-metric is already on the UK SMS system ,possible they share this with interpol and related agencies including boarder control, passport office and immigration. Change your name and passport if you like, your finger print will raise a red flag if you dare apply to some of the western nations for a visa.

Let this be a lesson to others reading this, the UK, US or other western countries is not heaven, its easy to go there do your business genuinely and if your want to immigrate take the open available right and legal channels , If it works out fine, if it don't be content with travelling there on visit and business, stop trying to remain in the white mans land at all cost - acts like these create a reputational problems for other honest Nigerians who are genuine travelers.

Sorry if this sounds a bit harsh but its the truth and others should learn from the errors you made - just cause some people might have done it and gotten away with it for now, don't mean others should do same, sorry you had to learn the hard way. If you listen to some of the posters here writing about how other folks circumvent the system and you want to do same ? well that's up to you -

And for all those washing their dirty "visa" linen here , it may surprise you Immigration officers for some of these western countries read things posted on this site.. so make una continue, dem they wait una .... Cheers
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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by irokop(m): 1:20am On Dec 12, 2014
The guy that said he washed his passport u should have Nigeria embassy phone number looking at u on ur computer there, just give them a shout they will direct u on what to do. Pls thank me later.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by og2711(m): 2:12am On Dec 12, 2014
irokop:
The guy that said he washed his passport u should have Nigeria embassy phone number looking at u on ur computer there, just give them a shout they will direct u on what to do. Pls thank me later.

I tire oh. He has used 5 times the amount of time he would have used to call, to log into nairaland, post and be waiting for replies...

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by FolarinToks: 2:54am On Dec 12, 2014
Sorry about this bro, God is your strength

I am assuring you that God is only trying to usher your footsteps toward where your destiny would be fulfilled.

Let me share little story about myself wt u so as to encourage u.

My NYSC ended in 1999 in Abuja, I was meant to go back to Lagos but I refused to go cos I was getting spoilt by my parents in terms of pocket money and all that. I got to tertiary institution to learn how guys were involved in so many fascinating things(killing neighbour chicken, chasing girls etc) while growing up which I didn't have access to and I hate my parents for that....................

However, i equally wanted to struggle like every other graduate out there; I wanted to do better than my dad, I wanted to be richer than anybody in my entire family from d first generation to my generation but without any help from my aunties, uncles, dad and my mum, my future in Abuja looked uncertain

I decided to lie to my parent that I have gotten a kind of intership with a particular company called Panabiz at "area 3" that would fetch me some money to survive on

I slept in uncompleted building somewhere before Lugbe federal housing and never allowed my parent to know what I was going through. I pretended as if everything was cool

I kept struggling, I ll pick up my CV every morning and walked from area 1 towards area Area 10 in search of any vacancy; yes, any vacancy

However, one day, I was standing at a bus stop around police commard in Garki 2 and I heard someone telling his friend on the phone how lucrative video renting business was and tapped into this

I put the little wealth of my parent aside and shame aside, started my video renting business with little capital outlay

I was moving from one federal ministry to another and I eventually became famous in most of these federal ministries and parastatals and couple with my handsomeness though grin grin grin grin grin(killed yourself haters-OTE)

I was stylishly dropping my CV while doing this business then I realised I was making a whole lot of money.

In a space of 6 months, I got a job with Ministry of police affair through this business, and before you know it again, I got another offer from Lacasera drink (northern region head office in central district area Abuja, close to NNPC towers).

Equally made about #200,000 as a fresh graduate within that 6mths in 1998/1999.

My destiny was becoming fulfilled when my parents called and insisted that I must come back home..........

But just imagine that I was able to continue like that in the same Nigeria, ........

The essence of my story is to let you know that there so many places where opportunities abounds in Nigeria and it is left 4 u to discover and exploit them......

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by eleko1: 3:10am On Dec 12, 2014
U are on point but unfortunately some peeps hate the truth but will rather follow the clueless/fraudulent way of doing thing.Some will even term U enemy of progress under their breath for dis undiluted truth.@ OP,dnt follow any mumu advise,it lead to destruction.There's opportunity here in Nig,hit the ground running,dnt RUIN ur life engaging in illegality.Oro abo la so fun Omoluwabi,ti o ba de inu e,a di odindi(a word to the wise is enuf)IF U DO IT ANYHOW,U'LL GET ANYHOW RESULT. (quote author=9JAgosurvive post=28803575][b]Wellcome back, next time you go any where outside your beloved country Nigeria learn to live by the rule that govern the system where you find yourself, just cause you can get away with certain types of act when done in Nigeria don't mean you can leave Nigeria and still try to play "smart" . Respect yourself and protect the reputation of Nigeria ABEG!

Your original intention was never to study if you really want to be honest, otherwise if it was, you probably complete your education which is the primary reason for coming to the UK in the first place before ever thinking of marrying -simple wisdom should have told you that even if you wanted to marry, you complete your studies, come back home let your Caucasian partner invite you back to the UK and after a few months get married first in Nigerian and she travels to the UK and files for your permanent residency. The UKVI will run some checks but chances of you getting a residency to come be with your partner is very high.

But since you wanted to take the short cut you got busted, now your travel history is totally wrecked as far as the western nations are concerned - your bio-metric is already on the UK SMS system ,possible they share this with interpol and related agencies including boarder control, passport office and immigration. Change your name and passport if you like, your finger print will raise a red flag if you dare apply to some of the western nations for a visa.

Let this be a lesson to others reading this, the UK, US or other western countries is not heaven, its easy to go there do your business genuinely and if your want to immigrate take the open available right and legal channels , If it works out fine, if it don't be content with travelling there on visit and business, stop trying to remain in the white mans land at all cost - acts like these create a reputational problems for other honest Nigerians who are genuine travelers.

Sorry if this sounds a bit harsh but its the truth and others should learn from the errors you made - just cause some people might have done it and gotten away with it for now, don't mean others should do same, sorry you had to learn the hard way. If you listen to some of the posters here writing about how other folks circumvent the system and you want to do same ? well that's up to you -

And for all those washing their dirty "visa" linen here , it may surprise you Immigration officers for some of these western countries read things posted on this site.. so make una continue, dem they wait una .... Cheers
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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by FolarinToks: 3:14am On Dec 12, 2014
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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by FolarinToks: 3:15am On Dec 12, 2014
sorry
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by FolarinToks: 3:16am On Dec 12, 2014
eleko1:
U are on point but unfortunately some peeps hate the truth but will rather follow the clueless/fraudulent way of doing thing.Some will even term U enemy of progress under their breath for dis undiluted truth.@ OP,dnt follow any mumu advise,it lead to destruction.There's opportunity here in Nig,hit the ground running,dnt RUIN ur life engaging in illegality.Oro abo la so fun Omoluwabi,ti o ba de inu e,a di odindi(a word to the wise is enuf)IF U DO IT ANYHOW,U'LL GET ANYHOW RESULT. (quote author=9JAgosurvive post=28803575][b]Wellcome back, next time you go any where outside your beloved country Nigeria learn to live by the rule that govern the system where you find yourself, just cause you can get away with certain types of act when done in Nigeria don't mean you can leave Nigeria and still try to play "smart" . Respect yourself and protect the reputation of Nigeria ABEG!

Your original intention was never to study if you really want to be honest, otherwise if it was, you probably complete your education which is the primary reason for coming to the UK in the first place before ever thinking of marrying -simple wisdom should have told you that even if you wanted to marry, you complete your studies, come back home let your Caucasian partner invite you back to the UK and after a few months get married first in Nigerian and she travels to the UK and files for your permanent residency. The UKVI will run some checks but chances of you getting a residency to come be with your partner is very high.

But since you wanted to take the short cut you got busted, now your travel history is totally wrecked as far as the western nations are concerned - your bio-metric is already on the UK SMS system ,possible they share this with interpol and related agencies including boarder control, passport office and immigration. Change your name and passport if you like, your finger print will raise a red flag if you dare apply to some of the western nations for a visa.

Let this be a lesson to others reading this, the UK, US or other western countries is not heaven, its easy to go there do your business genuinely and if your want to immigrate take the open available right and legal channels , If it works out fine, if it don't be content with travelling there on visit and business, stop trying to remain in the white mans land at all cost - acts like these create a reputational problems for other honest Nigerians who are genuine travelers.

Sorry if this sounds a bit harsh but its the truth and others should learn from the errors you made - just cause some people might have done it and gotten away with it for now, don't mean others should do same, sorry you had to learn the hard way. If you listen to some of the posters here writing about how other folks circumvent the system and you want to do same ? well that's up to you -

And for all those washing their dirty "visa" linen here , it may surprise you Immigration officers for some of these western countries read things posted on this site.. so make una continue, dem they wait una .... Cheers
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Sir, judging him not, say your bible or quran! All he needs right now from u is encouragement. What you failed to realise is that load of Nigerian guys did exactl what you suggested at d second paragraph of your post but regretted their action of coming home to get married; most applications were rejected and they all ended up in Nigeria. All effort to go back to Uk proved abortive.

If you as a person finds life easy as a student, another person might find it tough and unbearable due to one thing or the other

Life is all about destiny. The same thing he did that got him deported, was d same thing another Nigerian, Ghananian did that fetched him/her a british citizenship..

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by eleko1: 3:25am On Dec 12, 2014
All manners of corrupt/Ignorance advise fly around here.Even those who reside in Togo/Benin(who say it is not abroad)come here to spewed trash/add confusion to illegality.@ OP,sit ur a$$ down here,U'll make it

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by eleko1: 3:38am On Dec 12, 2014
Nobody judge the OP here.WIsdom make peeps wise/is profitable for direction and common sense is knowing what to do and doing it RIGHT.What encouragement do U want to give to illegality/fraudulent act other than tell him the bitter truth?That others did it and get away with it doesn't meanshe too shud follow step.
FolarinToks:



Sir, judging him not, say your bible or quran! All he needs right now from u is encouragement. What you failed to realise is that load of Nigerian guys did exactl what you suggested at d second paragraph of your post but regretted their action of coming home to get married; most applications were rejected and they all ended up in Nigeria. All effort to go back to Uk proved abortive.

If you as a person finds life easy as a student, another person might find it tough and unbearable due to one thing or the other

Life is all about destiny. The same thing he did that got him deported, was d same thing another Nigerian, Ghananian did that fetched him/her a british citizenship..

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by Nobody: 5:09am On Dec 12, 2014
Ikebesupa:
grin my people i greet una oooo. Please i am here for help however i am open to criticism if needs be but i will confess that i have had enough stress already so please dont add more salt in my wound. Na beg i dey beg una oooo my wise people. I just got deported from the UK on Feb. 2014, i went as a student but things got very though cos of UK immigration policies every now and then. I got to marry a french national but it busted so i couldn't help the situation. They said i need to return home and i accepted and signed the documents but it is not because of what i have done but because of what they had believed. Note: its not because my visa had expired, ofcourse i had my valid student visas but not allowed work at all. Now i am in my fatherland thou not planning any travelling anytime soon, i want to find out from wise people on here if this situation has jeopardise any future travel plans anywhere in the world ofcourse except the UK.
...the uk deporting you does not jeopardise your immediate or future travels to any other countries like the us,Canada,Australia etc.you can forget travelling to the uk for now.I wrote from experience.wish you well.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by deflover(m): 5:27am On Dec 12, 2014
my brother its well.....i have a different story to tell you and damn it was this bad for me back than.......i understand how you feel.....its like your life is shot down in front of you and you cant do poo...

i travelled to the UK summer 2007 on a six month multiple visiting visa had a swell time with lots of money.....i came back during the same summer and was planing with a group of my friends to go back....by january 2008 we all applied for a 2years visa.....i made my plans on how i will integrate into the society becos i loved it there...

i was planing to find love becos if it was for the paper i had one gal in dat my short stay ready to give me if i would allow her have a baby for me....but i said no becos the manner i met her was not a good one since she was my guys tou tou dat they all had thier way on for pills....

so janaury i and five of my friends applied for a two years visa.....all was given including me....but to my dismay when i opened it a 2 years visa was stamped on my passport but it had being cancelled with a pen... cry cry cry cry cry cry

and boldly written were the words CANCELLED WITHOUT PREJUDICE ..... angry angry angry angry

till date i am yet to come to terms with what that means.....i tried to apply again twice that same month making it the third time in janaury and finally the entry officer EO told me in a letter that i am sounding desperate becos truly i was.....all my friends left me here and are gone till date

i cant even chat them up anymore becos once you are outta of the UK people forget about you with time.... grin grin grin grin

i know how you feel......for me since 2008 i am still here and trying to be on my feet....i had it good but things with the global melt down and my low account made me know i must be busy here for the main time...

what does this mean to you.....only you can best describe it.....people will begin to ask questions.....wetin you do.....wetin happen....you no go go back.....eya na wa oh......see life.....all sort of pity party.....ur friends in da UK will not be helpful so dont expect much from them....if they still call you make you dey thank God..... grin grin grin grin grin grin sometimes i dey beg dem to even flash me.......most go enter nija i no go know till dem go back becos i am no longer important angry angry angry angry angry angry but these were niggas i was feeding back then angry angry angry angry angry

just get busy when money come you go know where you wan travel go again

my 2 kobo wink wink wink

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by AreaFada2: 5:58am On Dec 12, 2014
@Deflover,

Interesting story.

What matters is that you're now doing something good with your life.

Most likely something big awaits you in 9ja there, keep looking for it.

As for friends in UK, the daily struggle is not easy. Many bills to pay.

I guess you know visting is quite different from making a living in UK. It takes a lot of effort.

People generally become more individualistic in the West, it's just the way it is.

However, genuine friends will still keep in touch. And genuine friends, you know, are few and far between.

When most people have nothing to benefit from you any more (at least if they think so), your friendship is hardly desirable.

Sad but true.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by lastdon40: 6:32am On Dec 12, 2014
Dude, dont sweat. Where there's a will there's a way. If you really wanna get back to the UK you can. Few questions: Where you finger printed either by the immigration officer or at the airport ?, Did you pay for your own ticket back to naija ?, 3. Did you leave on your own accord abi dem Man gate say oya enter plan ? 4. How many months left before your passport officially expire ? 5. When does the student visa expire ? 6. Was your passport stamped with any annotation other than entry/exit stamp ? 6. Did you or your french woman confess to any shame marriage ?
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by Lanspower(m): 6:45am On Dec 12, 2014
@op. First of all you were not deported but removed from the UK and it may interest you that deportation doesn't mean the same thing as administrative removal. When you were placed in the detention centre did you purchase your flight ticket yourself or the a Home Office got it for you? You can apply for a UK visa after 1 year if you purchased your own flight ticket provided you meet the visa condition and I assure you that your case would be treated in its own merit. However if home office purchased your ticket you will have to wait for 5 years not 10 years. Regarding your chance of traveling elsewhere, your only problem is the Republic of Ireland. You should be fine with other countries coz your were not a criminal that got deported but an immigration offender that got removed
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by deflover(m): 7:07am On Dec 12, 2014
AreaFada2:
@Deflover,
Interesting story.
What matters is that you're now doing something good with your life.
Most likely something big awaits you in 9ja there, keep looking for it.
As for friends in UK, the daily struggle is not easy. Many bills to pay.
I guess you know visting is quite different from making a living UK. It takes a lot of effort.
People generally become more individualistic in the West, it just the way it is.
However, genuine friends will still keep in touch. And genuine friends, you know, are few and far between.
When most people have nothing to benefit from you any more (at if least they think so), your friendship is hardly desirable.
Sad but true.

dude u know d drill......getting up in life is hard work.....i used to sit in a club and spend 1.5million in a night.......sometimes do crazy tins dat was wen money was nuffin to me.....wen i came back trust me i couldnt fit in anymore.....i lost touch of nija....some will say in just a few months....well yes just a few months.....

i visited alot of places ....i saw the royal collections....syon house.....clearance house......chivic house......the imperial war museum....brithish museum.....damn i had mad fun cry cry cry cry cry cry......those memories are so hard to shake off...... cry cry cry cry cry cry

i only worked for 3 weeks as my host had me doing sumtin immediately i entered d Uk....wen we had issues i had to move to Nesden ....very close to d train station.....i was living alone....u could see wembely stadium from my window....it was a delightful sight....before i moved to peckham as bored one kill me grin grin grin grin grin grin

i remember coming back and was at silverbird gallery to see a movie.....i wanted to cross d road and since there is a zebra-crossing sign i thought i was still in da UK.... angry angry angry angry God save me....motor for pack my thin legs grin grin grin grin

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by irokop(m): 7:45am On Dec 12, 2014
What doesn't kill us will make u stronger, shake it off and move on, my father told me that hard work no dey kill but the thing way dey kill na idleness.

One of my guys was sent back from Spain in 2000 after long years of journey from North Africa he was brought back with chattered air craft Boeing 737-800 AIR EUROPER a very big air craft with over 100 deportees, and over 20 Spanish fearful looking Jayant police men when he arrived in Lagos he was so devastated and hopeless imagine leaving the country for five years and later came back with nothing and no good hand to receive you I mean it's suicidal, but he picked up courage and moved on, after six years he gave it a shot again thats in 2006 today he is in United Kingdom as a British citizen, just because he didn't lose hope, there is time for every thing in life when the time comes no man no babalawo no whitch can stop it naija guys know these.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by justwise(m): 7:51am On Dec 12, 2014
pappilo:


False.

Countries do not routinely share visa applicant details. You can apply for US, schengen or Irish visa but obviously you wont declare your deportation.

I personally know 2 people who have had UK home office wahala.

First guy was deported. Went to the high commission and applied for a UK visa with another name (before finger printing), collected 6 months, then 2 years and finally a 5 year visa. By the time the 5 year visa expired, the finger printing process had started so he has never bothered to reapply for a UK visa. Since then he has been to over 20 countries including the US and several Schengen countries. He has a house here he rents out so anytime he needs to come over, he flies to Ireland on his Irish visa and people wey sabi can fill in the rest.

2nd guy ran away from a police investigation and returned to naija. Kept coming in on his 2 year visa. When he reapplied, they pointed out the error of his ways in running from plod and They kukuma dash am 10yr ban. Since then he has obtained a student visa and studied in western Europe and has also applied for and obtained a 2yr US visa.
Bro I'm not talking about what is criminally posible which is what your story is all about, I'm talking about reality here, your second person experience narrative happened before finger printing was introduced so it's not applicable in this case.
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by optimusprime2(m): 8:04am On Dec 12, 2014
ManInTheMirror:


Nothing do you. You no commit crime. My advice, keep urself busy, enroll in a sch asap so in future when u wan travel again, u have proof u have been busy bettering your life and not just hanging around.

Don't listen to the guy I quoted, I bet he never even travel before.

I Laugh, your bet is sooo wrong...
I speak two other foreign languages asides english.
I am on my third passport now.
and I am a legit traveller.
not blowing my horn, #just saying.
Tell that guy the truth even though it hurts, dont butter it up.What he did was illegal and its a crime- thats why he got deported.
point blank the end.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by esere826: 8:54am On Dec 12, 2014
@Ikebesupa

I am aware of a lady who while in nigeria was banned for 10yrs from travelling to the uk
her boyfriend who was then in the UK had to relocate back to nigeria
they are now married, and she recently travelled to the US for a visit without any issues


my bad advice to you is for you to gradually and carefully test the waters
you probably were not deported in the real sense of the word, neither were you convicted
so, i see no reason why you should offer more information than neccessary
also, you are still legally married to that lady if i am not mistaken (i only read the 1st page of your thread)
try to confirm this from the authorities

you probably should try travelling to her country as a first step

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by Nobody: 9:06am On Dec 12, 2014
You had student visa

You sponsored yourself, but ran out of cash and decide to stay or ....you actually secured the student visa with the sole aim of entering the UK, then got involved in a sham marriage with the sole aim of having residence permit....


My only advice is; you have no valid reason going abroad.

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Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by justwise(m): 9:09am On Dec 12, 2014
Ikebesupa:
grin my people i greet una oooo. Please i am here for help however i am open to criticism if needs be but i will confess that i have had enough stress already so please dont add more salt in my wound. Na beg i dey beg una oooo my wise people. I just got deported from the UK on Feb. 2014, i went as a student but things got very though cos of UK immigration policies every now and then. I got to marry a french national but it busted so i couldn't help the situation. They said i need to return home and i accepted and signed the documents but it is not because of what i have done but because of what they had believed. Note: its not because my visa had expired, ofcourse i had my valid student visas but not allowed work at all. Now i am in my fatherland thou not planning any travelling anytime soon, i want to find out from wise people on here if this situation has jeopardise any future travel plans anywhere in the world ofcourse except the UK.

Ikebesupa:
Yes it has been a tough one trust me its not easy however, it can't ever weigh me down or stop me. It can't ever stop the sun & the rain or even the world from spinning around. @zeezahbee, ofcourse its arranged one ! I ain't the first person to have done that and you got to do what you ought to do to survive but the choice that i have made didn't work out the way i thought it would. I thank you all for all your contributions, its really very nice of you guys. @classicalmusic, thanks a lot. That is real life experience broh. My current ppt got 12 weeks to expire. What do you reckon? share whatever you got on here. Cheers mate

esere826:
@Ikebesupa
I am aware of a lady who while in nigeria was banned for 10yrs from travelling to the uk
her boyfriend who was then in the UK had to relocate back to nigeria
they are now married, and she recently travelled to the US for a visit without any issues
my bad advice to you is for you to gradually and carefully test the waters
you were not deported, neither were you convicted
so, i see no reason why you should offer more information than neccessary
also, you are still legally married to that lady if i am not mistaken (i only read the 1st page of your thread)
try to confirm this from the authorities
you probably should try travelling to her country as a first step

Read well before you give people wrong adverse, sham marriage is illegal and its a crime.
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by Ikebesupa(m): 9:19am On Dec 12, 2014
Chaaaiiii!!! Na now i know sey nairaland pass Google oooo. See all these beautiful answers i dey find for Google yet no avail. Na my friend just ask me to type this on nairaland and i got all these. My people, no be say i wan do the marriage oo, na UK immigration policy oo. I got work permit from nigeria and my visa before travelling with hope i can work and partly sponsor my study with little help coming from nigeria but they change am not only for me so what should i have done? Most people here will do exactly what i did just to carry on with my studies and work. I salute all for all your beautiful answers!! Na God hand everything dey. Its only God can judge me
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by justwise(m): 9:28am On Dec 12, 2014
@Classicalmusic

If you want to help him then keep it open here.
Re: DEPORTED From The UK!! by justwise(m): 9:30am On Dec 12, 2014
Ikebesupa:
Chaaaiiii!!! Na now i know sey nairaland pass Google oooo. See all these beautiful answers i dey find for Google yet no avail. Na my friend just ask me to type this on nairaland and i got all these. My people, no be say i wan do the marriage oo, na UK immigration policy oo. I got work permit from nigeria and my visa before travelling with hope i can work and partly sponsor my study with little help coming from nigeria but they change am not only for me so what should i have done? Most people here will do exactly what i did just to carry on with my studies and work. I salute all for all your beautiful answers!! Na God hand everything dey. Its only God can judge me

Interesting twist...did you travel as a work permit holder or student as you stated before?

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