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Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Earthling: 8:21pm On Apr 09, 2009
Hi guys, It feels good to be part of this forum. I just moved to Oslo, Norway & I recently work and live there. Are there Nigerians in Oslo? Nigerians in the house who live in Oslo please make yourselves known. It seems there's a deep resentment for Nigerians in this country. Do you guys also think so?

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by tamme: 8:49pm On Apr 09, 2009
Nigerians in Norway?

any language barrier?
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Chikobi: 9:03pm On Apr 09, 2009
Hi Earthling, I spent about 3 months in oslo in 2008. Your contact with Nigerians depends on where u live. There are a lot of Nigerians living in the central part of oslo around Storgata but you will have to shine your eyes because they come in different forms if u know what i mean. The resentment you mentioned is partly as a result of the prostitution controversy sometime in 2007 which involved Nigerian girls. But generally speaking, most Norwegians can be very accomodating especially when they know you are actively engaged in something positive like work, business etc.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Earthling: 9:23pm On Apr 09, 2009
@ tamme
Almost everybody speaks english, even in restaurants, shops and glossary stores. Anyway, I understand a greater percentage of residents here are foreigners

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Davedavy: 1:58pm On Apr 10, 2009
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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Earthling: 6:45pm On Apr 10, 2009
It depends on the kind of job you're seeking. If it's a job that requires personal interaction with clients/customers, then norwegian with or without english language is a must but if u are skilled in a particular profession(specialist as they're called here) then english will do however, like i said in my earlier post language can only be a barrier to an extent. You can inquire more from ur fiancee
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Davedavy: 7:31pm On Apr 10, 2009
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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by baby123: 3:43pm On Apr 11, 2009
earthling and others in norway , i hear you guys have alot of stock fish , as in oporoko
i beg no laugh
i beg make una help me ask how do i purchase from there . i just need infpormation on what to do .

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Earthling: 8:42am On Apr 12, 2009
@ baby123
grin so as u saw a topic on norway, d first thing wey enter ur mind na okporoko! grin. Anyway, i dont know much about the trade but i know sea food is one of Norway's largest exports however, u can check out this link for more info: http://buy.ecplaza.net/search/1s1nf20sell/stockfish.html
Mind you, I neither know nor have heard about the above link b4 now, I just googled and came up with it, therefore your dealings with them is at your own risk. You can google as well to come up with better info. Meanwhile, i presume u are interested in the trade abi na for personal consumption? grin

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by baby123: 3:10pm On Apr 12, 2009
earthling na wa for u oooooooo . na me know if i wan do business or chop am anyway thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by lemoncvn: 3:35pm On Apr 12, 2009
Hello baby123, where you dey live for Tri? I will be there in July from Japan
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by baby123: 4:23am On Apr 13, 2009
port of spain
wetin u dey come do Trinidad , because the place get as ebi shaoooooooo
anyway u are welcome .
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Chikobi: 10:42am On Apr 29, 2009
Hi Earthing, howz norway in the midst of this present global eco crunch? Can u reach me on heyrichiee@yahoo.com, I think I might have some valuable information for you. cheers
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by kkokoma: 10:52am On Apr 29, 2009
I spent a year in a school in Western Norway, a small town called Norhemisun, near Bergen. Norwegiens are basically friendly people. I still have a lot of friends around Oslo

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by chykeo(m): 10:15pm On Apr 29, 2009
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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Earthling: 9:28am On May 07, 2009
@ chikobi,
thanks bro, please verify the email address u posted. Seems I cant get through to u with it
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Chikobi: 10:55am On May 12, 2009
The email ad is correct. check ur email(hercules.hardy). I will be leaving town in 2weeks.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by jamesbaba: 7:45am On May 15, 2009
Well im intended to come to Norway as an undergrad. plz help me with information on schls, and work there
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Godalone(m): 1:01pm On May 28, 2009
Earthling,
Please what do you know about this city Tromsø?
Thanks
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Nobody: 3:10pm On May 30, 2009
i am moving to norway in august for a msc. programme in bodo university college.please is there any nairalander who can give more information about the city of bodo as regards jobs and living there generally??[tt][/tt]
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Nobody: 9:31pm On May 30, 2009
I know its in the nothern part of Norway, MidNight sun occurs at a particular period. . . And Someone told me lots of jobs for students. . . But accomodation is about £300/month. . . Well sha, dey flex for bodo. . . wink

But no dull yourself o, got to oslo during holidays, thats the happening place. . .

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by pappy2000: 4:09am On May 31, 2009
Nigerians are everywhere.I heard the weather is bad.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by promise2(f): 1:35pm On May 31, 2009
Mobuch,

How are you. long time. how far for the visa application.
get in touch.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by eryck(m): 5:45pm On May 31, 2009
@ ALL

A friend of mine recently got admission into Uni Stavager and now he is been asked to pay NOK 87600 into an account in NORWAY.
How can this account given be varified to know its authenticity?
Wats the guarantee that after paying the NOK 87600, he would be issued a visa.
Above all how is Stavanger like in terms of Job/Work, Social life , ??

BELOW IS THE ACCOUNT GIVEN

Account number: 3201.34.84235

IBAN NO: NO5132013484235

SWIFT: SPRO NO 22

Account holder: SiS – Student Welfare Organisation in Stavanger
Account name: Deposit account foreign students, Stavanger
Address: Sparebank 1 SR-bank Bjergsted Terrasse 1 P.O. Box 250
N-4066 Stavanger NORWAY


Plz guysssss I need ur response REAL SOOON
THANK YOU
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by agabaI23(m): 6:03pm On May 31, 2009
eryck:

@ ALL

A friend of mine recently got admission into Uni Stavager and now he is been asked to pay NOK 87600 into an account in NORWAY.
How can this account given be varified to know its authenticity?
Wats the guarantee that after paying the NOK 87600, he would be issued a visa.
Above all how is Stavanger like in terms of Job/Work, Social life , ??

BELOW IS THE ACCOUNT GIVEN

Account number: 3201.34.84235

IBAN NO: NO5132013484235

SWIFT: SPRO NO 22

Account holder: SiS – Student Welfare Organisation in Stavanger
Account name: Deposit account foreign students, Stavanger
Address: Sparebank 1 SR-bank Bjergsted Terrasse 1 P.O. Box 250
N-4066 Stavanger NORWAY


Plz guysssss I need ur response REAL SOOON
THANK YOU

Go to the school website, get their general e-mail. E-mail them or better still call them if you are skeptical.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by eryck(m): 11:42am On Jun 01, 2009
Thank you agabaI23, I have done all what you have said but i need someone already residing there to help me with more information
Plz guys, time is of the essence in dis case
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Nobody: 12:51pm On Jun 01, 2009
Mobuch,

How are you. long time. how far for the visa application.
get in touch.
[tt][/tt]
promise, am fine, i applied for the visa on the 12th of may,evrything went well.maybe i will call u.

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Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by eryck(m): 6:06pm On Jun 01, 2009
@Mobuch,

After you transfered your funds to school account in NORWAY, were you sent the acknowledgement of payment by mail in PDF format or you got the TRUE COPY by postal mail?
How did you get book your appointment? (I NEED THE LINKS PLZZZZ)
Could you also give me a list of the documents you took along with you to the embassy?


Please reply
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by Nobody: 10:01am On Jun 03, 2009
i got the receipt in a pdf format,and the interview is 1st come 1st serve,meaning you will be interviewed the same day u submit your application. for a list of required documentations go to studyinnorway.no and click on student resident residencepermit for student from non eea.eu countires the requirements will come out.
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by candygirl1: 4:11pm On Jun 05, 2009
Pls I need to ask naIralanders on this thread after what happens? R u sent back to ur COuntry or u Willing leave Norway and come back to Nigeria? Because I want to apply to norway universities for my masters by I have no intention to come back to Nigeria after my masters program
Re: Nigerians In Oslo, Norway by philip0906(m): 8:05pm On Jun 05, 2009
Because I want to apply to norway universities for my masters by I have no intention to come back to Nigeria after my masters program
eh ? :ono allow anybody hear am o especially embassy! grin grin.but it depends on ur visa.if u applied for a student visa u definitely have 2 come back after ur studies.but take style  grin enquire how u may reside there after ur studies or people with better knowledge of NORWAY will reply u sha. winkcos me no know much about em,na only yankee and jand me know of well well. smiley

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