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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Nobody: 4:49pm On Jun 15, 2015|
jessicajessa:SOP is an optional document. It's not compulsory. I've seen some successful applications without SOP. We can't be 100% sure they even read all the SOP they receive. If your documents are not convincing, I don't think SOP can do much if your documents or case isn't right. It won't hurt constructing a good one either. My opinion.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by toluine56(m): 4:51pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Team12:i dey suspect u oh team12 e b lyk say u b VO urself.
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by mevisbleek: 4:54pm On Jun 15, 2015|
I had a re-think about the email. I'm not a guru, neither am I a vo that gives visa. Don't know what the Vo's are thinking. However, after going through the sop I must say that it's not compelling enough. Your sop is ok but your choice of words is a bit off. If you can re-write it highlighting your career goal, academic goal, how the program will help u achieve your career goal. This is my humble opinion sir. No disrespect. I believe u will get it if u reapply. Takecare
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by richcasey: 5:05pm On Jun 15, 2015|
thanks, i'll check up on that in a minute
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Team12: 5:12pm On Jun 15, 2015|
I submitted the following for her:
1. Application for Visitor Visa made Outside of Canada (IMM5257E)
2. Copy of her passport data page and Visa pages
3. Her passport Photograph
Then you will have to fill "Use of a Family Member Representative for Online Applications (IMM5713E)" and upload with your app. The form authorises you to apply on your daughter's behalf.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Team12: 5:17pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Sent you a PM. Please reply.
I carry this your app for my head...lol. You deserve every assistance you can get!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Team12: 5:19pm On Jun 15, 2015|
..the more you look things . If I be VO ehn...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Team12: 5:21pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Great one bro!
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by jessicajessa(f): 5:29pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Bobola86:oh my bad....ya it isn't compulsory, lyk sm1 said it's necessary....l buy that. But why take chances when applying? since there ain't no interview (on most cases)....that's why l tagged it as b'n compulsory....hvn't seen any1 get their TRV without a convincing one but all the same, you myt hv seen one. ln my oppinion it's better to be SAFE than SORRY + dey do read SOPs as well as verifying all docs summited. Sops just hv to be intersting.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by lollipop25(f): 5:30pm On Jun 15, 2015|
hayqinsbFX:Sorry about this... it is well
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by hayqinsbFX: 5:31pm On Jun 15, 2015|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by ahyotomiwa: 5:38pm On Jun 15, 2015|
COMMON REASONS FOR DENIAL.
(INSUFFICIENT FUNDS....FOR STUDIES AND PERSONAL EXPENSES)
You have not shown proof that you have enough money to support yourself while studying in Canada.
(HEALTH AT THE MOMENT)
You have not passed the medical examination if one was required.
(HE FEELS YOU ARE LYING..NOT SATISFIED WITH UR STUDY MOTIVATION OR REASON)
You have not satisfied the visa officer that your primary intention in Canada is to study.
You have not satisfied the visa officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your period of study.
A quote from "willxclusive" to someone who got rejected...(part of which i disagree n odas i agree)
I will give you rejection breakdown on the listed factors:
1, Travel History: Certainly you have not traveled out of Nigeria before and all of a suden, you wanna go for Diploma program in Canada. What is your motivation? A strongly worded reason should be stated in your study plan
2, Families: As a single man above the age of 21, you are considered an adult and a grown up who can live with or without his parents, also as a single man, you are considered a potential threat for immigration fraud by trying to get citizenship through contract marriage called (sham marriage), You poses the risk of overstaying. Based on the these facts, you need to go the extra mile to prove to the immigration officer that you cant do without you family, that you cant run away nor overstay. You need to show a strong tie to home country by means of real estate asset, family, employment or investment.
3, Purpose of visit: This is a very strong reason for rejection, if you apply 100 times, it will always be rejected for this reason: After a bachelor degree in computer science and with close to six years working experience in similar field which already made you a qualified professional in the field, so why going back for diploma program? The immigration officer would either think you are insane or you just wanna use that to move to Canada and never return. If you ever wanna show you are a bachelor degree holder, then you should consider going for master degree but if you have a reason to go for a diploma program, then your bachelor degree should be thrown in the trash and never mention in your application. Now, its too late, its mentioned and they have record of your document.
Lastly, Personal asset and financial status: how much do you have? since when? whats are your source or proof of income? whats your current monthly salary? how did you prove to return after study? what do you wanna return too? Putting myself in the position of an immigration officer, I have loads of unlimited questions to ask which you have not been able to answer in your application.
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by ahyotomiwa: 5:38pm On Jun 15, 2015|
@hayqinsbFX: I FEEL THE ONLY FLAG IS THE COURSE...
U DO REALIZE CIVIL ENGRN ON ITS OWN IS A PROFESSIONAL COURSE...D BEST OPTION SHD BE A GRADUATE STUDY..ESP IF U WANA MAJOR IN ONE OF THE OPTIONS..IF OTHERWISE DEN U MUST AV BEEN DRIVEN BY SOMETIN LIKE AFTER SOSO WORK EXPERIENCE ON SOSO U AV DECIDED TO GO FOR...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by kushner(m): 5:48pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Hello House, please im new on this thread. I would appreciate everyone's idea and contribution, I want to process a master application for my sister in any Canadian university that offers masters in Pharmacology. please how can i go about it, cos I wont want to use SO CALLED AGENTS. ANTICIPATE REPLIES!!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by hayqinsbFX: 6:09pm On Jun 15, 2015|
With the same diploma....
I am not thinking of doing that.
The graduate program would serve me in good stead.
I would make necessary corrections to my SOP I have recieved some samples which I would use accordingly
I just need to confirm if anyone has changed program and got his visa on d second attempt...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Graphical(f): 6:09pm On Jun 15, 2015|
@ Ugochux, many thanks for your best wishes. God bless you real good. I can't wait to share the good new God's willing. We'll all have cause to rejoice in Jesus Name. Thanks once again brom
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by maspero22(m): 6:19pm On Jun 15, 2015|
i understand this is all about Canadian travels. Can i apply for a work permit or permanent residence pls?? If yes Hw and where can I make the application?
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by toluine56(m): 6:24pm On Jun 15, 2015|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by toluine56(m): 6:25pm On Jun 15, 2015|
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by richcasey: 6:25pm On Jun 15, 2015|
i have corrected the error now... try again
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by toluine56(m): 6:31pm On Jun 15, 2015|
richcasey:thumbs up bro.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by waleakins: 6:32pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Pls my bros n sis,i want to ask, if the school that gave me admission estimated $17500 as first year expenses, and im presenting 5m in soa to d vo, is d money sufficient
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by nifeicon: 6:34pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Thanks and may God bless you more .
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by mevisbleek: 6:37pm On Jun 15, 2015|
You are on the wrong forum.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by DebsMed: 6:48pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Any link, thought or idea pls.... Thanks, thanks!
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Snappyfingaz(m): 7:19pm On Jun 15, 2015|
The duration of your program has nothing to do with your denial. If e like make e be 20years. Think of this... You submitted a study leave letter from a company you are not employed in. If you are a V.O what does that tell you?
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Snappyfingaz(m): 7:22pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Actually it is not the wrong forum. Nobody said its a "student only" forum. As the topic of the thread implies it is a "Travelling to Canada" forum.
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|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by pweetyfelicia: 7:51pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Quoting a long post just to write four words definitely ain't right!!!!!!.pls u can simply tag the username.
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by invincible2006: 7:53pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Sorry about your delay bro, I really wish you the very best of luck in your next app...try to address the reasons for the delay in your next app...
|Re: Travelling To Canada Part 8 by Gods1son: 7:59pm On Jun 15, 2015|
Hello house. I was in Standard Chartered Bank today and I was told that, they allow tuition payment with a naira account with them @ CBN exchange rate. The commission will be 0.5% of ur fee and the money will reflect over there within 24-48hrs. I hope this is helpful.
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