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|Re: Polish Student Visa by DAramis: 1:21pm On Jun 10|
To the best of my knowledge, you will fit in appropriately in Poland than in Hungary. Their government (Hungarian government) are anti-African, anti-immigration and filled with fascist.
I will stick to Poland if I were to be you. Nothing is in Hungary to be honest. You have more prospects in everything when in Poland than in Hungary.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Nobody: 1:34pm On Jun 10|
Thank you bro . I really appreciate your time . I will stick to Poland. As I said I am Cameroonian. But please , is there not another country I can go and get polish visa there
|Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 1:37pm On Jun 10|
You don't have to be confused.
Well, it depends on how you prepare yourself. It is important that you get the documents ready before booking an appointment; But make sure that you secure an appointment date within that same month when you receive the documents. This is because you have to submit the most recent Pay Slips and Certificate of Employment.
So imagine you get the documents this month which is June and you couldn't book an appointment till August. That means you will need to get an additional pay slip for July which is the most recent.
But if you sponsor is within your reach and he can easy prepare the documents with a day or two, then you can wait till you book an appointment before you get the documents.
So decide on what's best for you. Also note that you will be given 2 additional weeks to provide any additional documents should in case you unable to submit all on your submission date.
I hope this helps.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by Modupeoluwa123(f): 1:40pm On Jun 10|
necz:Yes it does, this helps a lot.
My sponsor is within reach, I’ll just wait to get appointment date.
Thanks so much
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Engrjamjam: 1:44pm On Jun 10|
|Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 1:45pm On Jun 10|
I thought as much. Depression is real. May God help his children
|Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 1:49pm On Jun 10|
Goodluck with appointment then
|Re: Polish Student Visa by NwaUdi1(m): 1:51pm On Jun 10|
Your boyfriend needs to submit his documents for evaluation first before he can use it in Nigeria.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by blessednendowed: 1:53pm On Jun 10|
Don’t get me wrong Poland is a good and easy route as well. That’s if u are willing to be persistent of course.
You are a Cameroonian and you are based in Cameroon at the moment so the Nigerian embassy is the only embassy you can apply to.
You can only apply for a polish visa at a polish consul in another country if you have a residence permit in that country showing that you have valid residence in that country.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 2:19pm On Jun 10|
You can take those documents to the Ministry of Education for Evaluation
But first register on MoE website https://ess.education.gov.ng/#/ and upload the necessary documents, pay the amount specified and go there on the allotted date and time.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Evaberry(f): 2:53pm On Jun 10|
I haven’t sorted out accomodation
|Re: Polish Student Visa by DAramis: 2:58pm On Jun 10|
I don't think so. It was once said on the thread that West African countries share one Polish embassy which is in Nigeria. Don't worry, your own application would be successful. Just follow the guidelines, cross your T's and dot your İ's. At same given time, back it up with prayers (if Christian or Muslim), all things being equal, your visa application would be successful.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Mialosubedac: 3:15pm On Jun 10|
Please I need help
I have made 1year reservation on booking.com,
Now my iss is how to print it, how will I go about it biko help
|Re: Polish Student Visa by karferguso(m): 3:25pm On Jun 10|
How easy it is to evaluate for someone else?
I went to the Federal secretariat today to do the evaluation for a friend but I was told I can't because we share different surname.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by blessednendowed: 3:32pm On Jun 10|
When u sort out accomodation add up your tuition fee for a year + accomodation for a year + food + transportation expenses for a year.
That should give you an idea of the amount to start
For cc I will recommend from 5m up
For payslips u need a sponsor who earns from 550k a month n up
|Re: Polish Student Visa by globalamplelife: 3:34pm On Jun 10|
Is Poland currently giving appointment and Visa at the moment.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by YourGrandfather: 3:39pm On Jun 10|
please who knows any siblings who used the same sponsor ? and please is it really thoughtful to use the same sponsor for siblings .
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Refix: 3:49pm On Jun 10|
karferguso:Off course, you can.
Don't just take a No and go back.
I saw people apply on others behalf. Today.
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Schon007: 4:11pm On Jun 10|
Sometimes(on rare occasions) they ignore it but it's better to use different sponsors cos if they scrutinize they'd deny one
|Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 4:56pm On Jun 10|
Thanks for chipping that in. I really appreciate.
Kindly ignore him......He's a troll
|Re: Polish Student Visa by necz: 5:07pm On Jun 10|
That's always the issue. They don't allow it to be done by proxy(Officially). But I've heard it can still be done by proxy if you know one or two people who work there. You can also ask around there; am sure you will find a way.
Don't give up. Give it another shot
|Re: Polish Student Visa by lucexy: 6:34pm On Jun 10|
Silesian University of Technology
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Linc000: 6:37pm On Jun 10|
Yes for next week
|Re: Polish Student Visa by Cypherhendrix(m): 6:57pm On Jun 10|
I just got admitted into university of opole
Faculty of philology
|Re: Polish Student Visa by lucexy: 7:00pm On Jun 10|
I haven't been long in Poland but from my observation
1. Anyone can adapt if you're willing to study hard. The courses here are totally different from what you were taught in Nigeria. Talking from experience, I started my MSc in March from Nigeria and it wasn't easy, at some point I almost quit cos the lecturers don't teach, they assume you know it.
2. The lecturers are also flexible. They always schedule seperate meetings for students who maybe have difficulty in their courses.
3. I really can't say.
4. In my city, a foreign student can survive. The cost of living is relatively ok. Plus, as a student you can get a job, part time or full time.
5. It is worth it.
I know some people look down on the country because they feel their economy is not as great as Germany's but it is a great country and if you really want to make a good life for yourself here, you can.
Those who are into IT also make it big time here. There are so many IT related jobs here. If you can also speak English and certain foreign languages, you can easily get maybe a customer rep job.
I've never had issues with racism but I've gotten a lot of stares when I walk on the street, they don't see a lot of black folks esp in town. The people are very reserved, I guess it's the language barrier and their nature.
That being said, everything I've said here is from my experience from my short stay here. Between, my city is Gliwice.
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|Re: Polish Student Visa by iamadonis2(m): 7:35pm On Jun 10|
|Re: Polish Student Visa by DAramis: 7:44pm On Jun 10|
iamadonis2:Abi na sis
|Re: Polish Student Visa by lucexy: 8:29pm On Jun 10|
You're welcome. Na sis�
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