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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Chebe01: 11:21am On Aug 26, 2016
just received my passport request. WHEW!!!

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by ziggy3579: 11:22am On Aug 26, 2016
Don't mislead people bro, 20k say Wetin happen. I did mine for 4k, some peeps did it for 2500. It depends on how well u can bargain
Ngezee:


FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, POLICE CHARACTER CERTIFICATE AS IT IS CALLED (POLICE CLEARANCE) IS MANDATORY. for further inquiry, look at (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-how.asp)
THE ADDRESS WHERE IT IS DONE IN LAGOS, Central Criminal Registry Force C.I.D. Annex
Alagbon Close Ikoyi
Lagos, Nigeria

ABOUT THE PRICE, WELL IT VARIES. JUST GO THERE WITH NOT LESS THAN 20K TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by opia12345: 11:28am On Aug 26, 2016
all dos clerks called VO eh can be funny at times, reason why im asking before embarking
ziggy3579:
How will they know, u think they re super human being abi grin. If u don't mention ur previous mba dey won't knw.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Carter001(m): 11:30am On Aug 26, 2016
Chebe01:
just received my passport request. WHEW!!!

Let me b d 1st to say CONGRATULATIONS.......

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Carter001(m): 11:34am On Aug 26, 2016
Naso my TRV journey go enter part 11 sha..... CIC VS NAIJA season 11 (medical mail must drop)......

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by kisstaye(m): 11:43am On Aug 26, 2016
Ngezee:


FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, POLICE CHARACTER CERTIFICATE AS IT IS CALLED (POLICE CLEARANCE) IS MANDATORY. for further inquiry, look at (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-how.asp)
THE ADDRESS WHERE IT IS DONE IN LAGOS, Central Criminal Registry Force C.I.D. Annex
Alagbon Close Ikoyi
Lagos, Nigeria

ABOUT THE PRICE, WELL IT VARIES. JUST GO THERE WITH NOT LESS THAN 20K TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
Oo boy don't spread lies. police report is not mandatory. I did not use it and I got TRV. it is very OPTIONAL

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by ziggy3579: 11:44am On Aug 26, 2016
I understand, they can't know. No shakes bro
opia12345:
all dos clerks called VO eh can be funny at times, reason why im asking before embarking
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Nobody: 11:50am On Aug 26, 2016
kisstaye:

Oo boy don't spread lies. police report is not mandatory. I did not use it and I got TRV. it is very OPTIONAL
What's your mode of application, paper or online route?
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by emma4eva(m): 11:53am On Aug 26, 2016
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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by emma4eva(m): 11:55am On Aug 26, 2016
Ngezee:


FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, POLICE CHARACTER CERTIFICATE AS IT IS CALLED (POLICE CLEARANCE) IS MANDATORY. for further inquiry, look at (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-how.asp)
THE ADDRESS WHERE IT IS DONE IN LAGOS, Central Criminal Registry Force C.I.D. Annex
Alagbon Close Ikoyi
Lagos, Nigeria

ABOUT THE PRICE, WELL IT VARIES. JUST GO THERE WITH NOT LESS THAN 20K TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
thanks, I did it today, got it for 4k.

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Mabs16: 11:57am On Aug 26, 2016
Hello everyone! I'm new in this group. I just got BSC admission to Mount Royal University in Calgary but I deferred it to next year because I'm serving already n d time is too short to process study permit. I'm planning to start my application in April next year. Can I get the upfront medical report n police report down in February or March b4 applying or Is it possible to get those docs in five days so that I can submit them with my application at once to fast-track the process? Ur good responses will be appreciated.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by adebayoolatunji(m): 12:04pm On Aug 26, 2016
Ngezee:


FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, POLICE CHARACTER CERTIFICATE AS IT IS CALLED (POLICE CLEARANCE) IS MANDATORY. for further inquiry, look at (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-how.asp)
THE ADDRESS WHERE IT IS DONE IN LAGOS, Central Criminal Registry Force C.I.D. Annex
Alagbon Close Ikoyi
Lagos, Nigeria

ABOUT THE PRICE, WELL IT VARIES. JUST GO THERE WITH NOT LESS THAN 20K TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
20k for police report.... U be JJC for lagos ooo.... Na 5k dem dey do am... No dull urself abeg

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Chebe01: 12:11pm On Aug 26, 2016
Carter001:


Let me b d 1st to say CONGRATULATIONS.......

Thanks man. It has been a roller-coaster of emotions to say the least
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ngezee(m): 12:24pm On Aug 26, 2016
ziggy3579:
Don't mislead people bro, 20k say Wetin happen. I did mine for 4k, some peeps did it for 2500. It depends on how well u can bargain

I am not misleading. wrong choice of words bro!. if the person gets there and is stranded nko ?. i know a few people who got there and were over charged as much as 15,000 on really rough grounds. if you read through, you will see that i said "to be on the safe side" .... maybe i stretched the amount so much. i agree to the fact that the person should bargain well on whatever price is mentioned.

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ngezee(m): 12:33pm On Aug 26, 2016
kisstaye:

Oo boy don't spread lies. police report is not mandatory. I did not use it and I got TRV. it is very OPTIONAL

be reasonable. Read the instructions on the CIC website for people doing online applications and paper routes. it is stated that you have a scanner close by to scan and upload these documents. If you did not do yours and you scaled through, well, Thank God that you were passed through. another fellow may not be passed through because this may be spotted a disqualifying error. These are instructions which have been stated. Nigeria is among the nations that MUST present a police character certificate. I maintain my discretion and advice whosoever is going for an online application to scan and include this document.

again, "the phrase don't spread lies is offensive " ... does that make you the truth teller? if you are to put information across, make the right choice of words and speak else, please hold your peace. we are here to help people and not to speak harshly and shut people with a helping mindset up with offensive languages. Please, take note.

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by adesbaba: 12:38pm On Aug 26, 2016
i want to attend a 6 months course in canada ,do i need a study permit and if not what do i need for my trip....also can i get a 1 year work permit...tanx frnds

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Ngezee(m): 12:38pm On Aug 26, 2016
emma4eva:
thanks, I did it today, got it for 4k.

oh, congratulations bro .....
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by o2(f): 12:40pm On Aug 26, 2016
The law, I have pmed you. please reply.

yemdogg:


Lol....indeed I must marry a lady here on NL. grin

Hehehehe.

No wahala just pm when you're done.

BTW it's pro bono.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by yemdogg: 12:48pm On Aug 26, 2016
o2:
The law, I have pmed you. please reply.


I have replied you ma.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by foreverkind1(m): 12:55pm On Aug 26, 2016
Abeg, my people. I want to apply for trv..what's the success rate of getting trv with PGD or PGC without employment letter etc and parents as sponsor .am below 25
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by justwise(m): 1:02pm On Aug 26, 2016
opeyeminas:
I accept anything u say even if u say my CGPA won't allow me be a Nigerian citizen. Just dat I think wen u are telling people not to go one way u should try and be showing dem another way not telling dem to just turn back. And wat do u mean by improving CGPA?? Will d person av to go for another degree or wat??


Dude its very difficult to accept opposite opinion when you mind is made up and programmed to expect motivational answer.

You have 3 options..

1. Do another degree (depending on your age now) and come out with a good result then apply for masters in Canada

2. Seek for masters program in Nigeria and come out with a good result before trying Canada.

3. Apply for Canadian study permit with what you have now and see how it goes.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by kisstaye(m): 1:06pm On Aug 26, 2016
Ngezee:


be reasonable. Read the instructions on the CIC website for people doing online applications and paper routes. it is stated that you have a scanner close by to scan and upload these documents. If you did not do yours and you scaled through, well, Thank God that you were passed through. another fellow may not be passed through because this may be spotted a disqualifying error. These are instructions which have been stated. Nigeria is among the nations that MUST present a police character certificate. I maintain my discretion and advice whosoever is going for an online application to scan and include this document.

again, "the phrase don't spread lies is offensive " ... does that make you the truth teller? if you are to put information across, make the right choice of words and speak else, please hold your peace. we are here to help people and not to speak harshly and shut people with a helping mindset up with offensive languages. Please, take note.
and I am telling you it is not a MUST! leave all this ur plenty talk..telling people somthing is a MUST when it is not is telling LIES. you are LYING by putting wrong info out there. I applied online without and was granted..my senior bros used paper route for a PhD 2years ago,i applied on his behalf without any police cert. and he was granted. a friend of mine applied for pgd last year with my guidance and he was granted without police report. therefore I am tellin u on Good authority that you are LYING. police report it optional. I'm yet to see someone discredited for police report.. if you can do it do it if not leave it. don't come on here and say something is a must when it's optional. your choice of words is important.

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by justwise(m): 1:06pm On Aug 26, 2016
kisstaye:

nah man, you have been making sense but I don't buy that last comment. if you want to advice be specific and not generic. improving cgpa how?? he/she cannot go for an undergrad again na! my two cents would be to do a PDG in a reputable uni here..UNILAG,IBADAN etc or if the person has funds go for 6months PGD in the UK like a friend of mine did before crossing over to Canada. all hope can never be lost. there is always a specific solution

PGD is one year course in the UK with almost the same course structure as masters program and it will cost you atleast 5M naira a year to achieve that.

So you are suggesting that one should spend that much a year just to get a certificate course then spend another millions to travel to Canada to get masters?
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by kisstaye(m): 1:16pm On Aug 26, 2016
justwise:


PGD is one year course in the UK with almost the same course structure as masters program and it will cost you atleast 5M naira a year to achieve that.

So you are suggesting that one should spend that much a year just to get a certificate course then spend another millions to travel to Canada to get masters?
Bro, I listed two alternatives. the UK pgd depends on the uni. most of them do it for a year like you said. my friend did his for 6months at univ of Brighton UK although UKBA gave him a visa for 8months
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by justwise(m): 1:23pm On Aug 26, 2016
kisstaye:

Bro, I listed two alternatives. the UK pgd depends on the uni. most of them do it for a year like you said. my friend did his for 6months at univ of Brighton UK although UKBA gave him a visa for 8months

Which year and what course?
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Mabs16: 1:35pm On Aug 26, 2016
[quote author=Mabs16 post=4
Hello everyone! I'm new in this group. I just got BSC admission to Mount Royal University in Calgary but I deferred it to next year because I'm serving already n d time is too short to process study permit. I'm planning to start my application in April next year. Can I get the upfront medical report n police report down in February or March b4 applying or Is it possible to get those docs in five days so that I can submit them with my application at once to fast-track the process? Ur good responses will be appreciated. Gurus in the house please attend to my question.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Tarry(m): 1:40pm On Aug 26, 2016
Carter001:
I really don't like it when someone just posts anyhow without thinking/reading well , why would someone just come here and say "is it by force to give visa".... I believe we all have our different reasons for choosing to study in a college.

the college I applied to (Lambton) usually release success stories of international students after their studies to encourage prospective students.... I've seen lots of success stories of Nigerians who get GOOD jobs after their PGD/PGC.

I mean this nigerian guy works in one of the best banks in Canada .... So I really don't know why you will just come here and bash my hustle cos you got accepted for Msc.

At the end of the day it all depends on hard work irrespective of ones discipline (PGC/PGD , Msc)..... good luck to all on our TRV journey

I understand your point but you cannot simply compare two cases. PGD/PGC is a progression after undergraduate degree as it prepares you for job like professional certification but if your undergraduate is some years back it can become an issue. Your purpose of visit actually comes to question. It really doubtful whether someone will spent millions and also leave a good job just to go and do a PGC/PGD. That is the way the VO will see it

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Nobody: 1:41pm On Aug 26, 2016
Chebe01:
just received my passport request. WHEW!!!
Congrats
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Arcayo: 1:53pm On Aug 26, 2016
Arcayo:
[b]
LIST OF TRV HOPEFULS (FALL 2016)
1. Snoop4dem; April 11th, Uni of Victoria, masters, paper route,Medical Passed Approved June 24th Congrats
2. CassetteBoy: April 11th. UofT. Masters. Online route. Medical Request, Medical Passed, APPROVED 22nd July. Congrats
3. wayaa007: April 19, Georgian college, PGC, paper route
4. Deda3103: April 26th MSc, Uni of Saskatchewan, online route. Medical Request, Medical Passed. Approved 22nd July. Congrats
5. Ajibade105: April 27 M.Sc. Online
University of Saskatchewan.
6. qwertyasdf May 03, University of
Saskatchewan, PhD, Paper route, upfront medicals. Medical passed Approved 20th July Congrats

7. Aguns2k may 7 paper route, Conestoga college
8. abestine: May 12, MSc, Umanitoba, paper route, upfront medicals, Medical passed
9. greatlifeis89:May 24, Seneca, PGC, Paper route. Upfront Medicals, Medical Passed
10. Ayoadeoyatokun: May 25, Seneca, PGC,Paper route
11. tangled: May 26 Umanitoba MBA, Online route, Upfront medicals Approved 21st July Congrats
12. Datkoded, Seneca College, advance dip May 26, paper route
13. Team16: May 26, University of New Brunswick, PhD, Paper route,Medical Passed Approved August 2nd Congrats
14. Matthew2120: June 1st, Masters, Paper route, Centennial college ,
15. moe0164 . Saskatchewan poly June 1st.. Paper route, awaiting medicals
16. emma4eva: June 3 MEng, Online. Ryerson University, Medical Request
17. Ikcbn: June 10th Niagara college, paper route. Medical (Passed)
18. abmendozer: June 13, Masters, Paper route, Geogian College, Medical Passed
19. Ymc007: June 14, masters, paper route, Dalhousie University, Medical Passed, APPROVED Aug. 19th. Congrats
20. Akol07: June 16th, Concordia Uni, Montreal paper route,Meng,Medical passed. Approved Aug. 19th. Congrats
21. Arcayo: June 19th PGC, Conestoga online route, upfront medicals, Medical Passed
22. Olubee22: June 24th, St Mary Uni, UG, online
23. Faroukfahima: June 28th, Adv Dip, Conestoga College,Paper Route
[/b]

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Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by kisstaye(m): 1:57pm On Aug 26, 2016
justwise:


Which year and what course?
2010. I was jus finishing first degree while he was starting his pdg comp. science.
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by Tarry(m): 2:15pm On Aug 26, 2016
kisstaye:

since you have working experience,why don't you look into federal skilled worker,express entry program? or if you are bent on going thru study email some schools first with your bsc and MBA certificate and ask them if they would be willing to take you in for a masters which relate with your bsc field. Now ur application to the uni will be on the strength of your MBA. if they reply you positively via email fine ur good to apply to the uni. but when admitted and u are to apply to CIC do not use ur MBA cert. just use ur BSC to send in the app to CIC.

That's the way to go, an MBA plus six years experience put you in good point for express entry, the only thing missing is Canada experience. Give express entry a try
Re: Travelling To Canada Part 10 by lawmerchant: 2:17pm On Aug 26, 2016
Ngezee:


FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, POLICE CHARACTER CERTIFICATE AS IT IS CALLED (POLICE CLEARANCE) IS MANDATORY. for further inquiry, look at (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/study-how.asp)
THE ADDRESS WHERE IT IS DONE IN LAGOS, Central Criminal Registry Force C.I.D. Annex
Alagbon Close Ikoyi
Lagos, Nigeria

ABOUT THE PRICE, WELL IT VARIES. JUST GO THERE WITH NOT LESS THAN 20K TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
Sorry but the above information is wrong and misleading. This is an excerpt from the CIC link you referenced:

"Additional information or documents
After the visa office receives your application, the visa office might request more information or documents. These may include the following:

Security information:
If you want to study in Canada, you and any family members who come to Canada with you, and who are 18 years of age and over, may have to provide police certificates."
"Might" and "may" not "should" and "must"

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