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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Nobody: 8:59am On Nov 30, 2017
TWoods:


Rich Americans still take the SAT. But as you said, if you have your money and all you're interested in is a low tier school simply interested in your tuition, sure.


I know brother, but majorly SAT is for funding... my friends applied to various schools in the USA.. SAT was not necessary... and they ain't low tier schools.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 9:13am On Nov 30, 2017
Josh4wod:

You're wrong Bro, maybe as you have always been when it comes to the acknowledgement of God, it's isn't a surprise because the way God works is beyond your imagination, especially those far from him.
Why not read about Peter, Joseph, David, Daniel, Solomon and other distinguished youths we have in the Bible that were singled out through this same said grace and see how they got the grace among those that still has the said breath.

God's grace appears in all manner of ways!!

Of course, God works in ways beyond our imagination... we see it in the complexity of life on earth. I've also read about the early old testament kings and new testament apostles. The one thing you will notice is that these were men of deep integrity, men of virtue, men of quality, although they weren't perfect. Can YOU stand the beatings, jailings and pain that apostle Peter endured by virtue of his decision to follow Jesus? Are you comparing yourself to David who spent years in the wilderness trying to avoid death at the hands of Saul? What of Joseph? Are you willing to go to jail, be a servant, be betrayed by your own kin, all the while maintaining a joyful attitude? These were men, who even in the face of adversity, refused to compromise their integrity... can we say the same of Nigerians?

We love to claim "grace" but cannot be counted on to endure 0.001% of the pain that the prophets of old endured. Yes God singled them out through grace, but you bet they paid a heavy price for that calling. You folks can't even be counted on to stay on a line without trying to cheat your way forward... sure grace indeed. When it comes to visas, nigerians want grace. When it comes to hard work and integrity, we find them massively wanting.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by lydia19: 9:23am On Nov 30, 2017
[quote author=tosinooo post=62843597]I applied to UA too. Have they started rolling out admission decisions? [/quote
UA is different from UAMS. UAMS is the only academic Uni for Health related courses. And Yes, I have been given admission.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by deyondanni: 9:42am On Nov 30, 2017
Good morning everyone, i was critically shocked by WES this morning,i paid $204 for WES BASIC COURSE BY COURSE
and i found out that it was changed to wes basic document by document, i was so confused
By what they did and they were like updated my account and i saw a portion where it was stated that my refund
Is been processed, i am so bitter right now,i sent them an email asap with regards to the change without any notification
Does anyone now why they did that? And also i would like to call them,but i have seen write-ups of people who have called them in time past
And they rarely pick and when they pick they don't reply well......please i need your opinions
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Ijebuboy525: 9:45am On Nov 30, 2017
Morning guys, please how do I get to the collection center from CMS?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by ehixestgratias: 9:50am On Nov 30, 2017
bigfrancis21:


1) Start filling out a ds160 but do not submit it. You need the ds160 number to book your visa interview date.

2) Book a date that you see. Then you can request an emergency date to get an earlier date (in December).


Hello bigfrancis, please how do i check for available dates for visa appointment? Do i hv to submit my ds160 form 1st?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by denbaba: 9:54am On Nov 30, 2017
lydia19:
Good morning all, please is there anybody going to University of Arkansas for medical sciences for spring 2018?
hello Lydia. I intend applying to the Sch for fall 2018. pls I need first info from u. I'm going for masters in med lab sci. We can chat on whatsapp so as to avoid derailment. 07086475041. thanks
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Josh4wod: 10:32am On Nov 30, 2017
TWoods:


Of course, God works in ways beyond our imagination... we see it in the complexity of life on earth. I've also read about the early old testament kings and new testament apostles. The one thing you will notice is that these were men of deep integrity, men of virtue, men of quality, although they weren't perfect. Can YOU stand the beatings, jailings and pain that apostle Peter endured by virtue of his decision to follow Jesus? Are you comparing yourself to David who spent years in the wilderness trying to avoid death at the hands of Saul? What of Joseph? Are you willing to go to jail, be a servant, be betrayed by your own kin, all the while maintaining a joyful attitude? These were men, who even in the face of adversity, refused to compromise their integrity... can we say the same of Nigerians?

We love to claim "grace" but cannot be counted on to endure 0.001% of the pain that the prophets of old endured. Yes God singled them out through grace, but you bet they paid a heavy price for that calling. You folks can't even be counted on to stay on a line without trying to cheat your way forward... sure grace indeed. When it comes to visas, nigerians want grace. When it comes to hard work and integrity, we find them massively wanting.
Maybe you got it wrong again.

Can you differentiate between grace and reward?
I guess you forgot to consider Solomon

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 10:49am On Nov 30, 2017
Nwabu007:
Hi Nairaland

Nice one... Thanks for sharing

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 10:52am On Nov 30, 2017
oluwadamilare26:



I know brother, but majorly SAT is for funding... my friends applied to various schools in the USA.. SAT was not necessary... and they ain't low tier schools.

SAT Is for admission and not majorly for funding....dont know about your friends school but most of the top or standard school require SAT OR ACT
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by deyondanni: 11:11am On Nov 30, 2017
deyondanni:
Good morning everyone, i was critically shocked by WES this morning,i paid $204 for WES BASIC COURSE BY COURSE
and i found out that it was changed to wes basic document by document, i was so confused
By what they did and they were like updated my account and i saw a portion where it was stated that my refund
Is been processed, i am so bitter right now,i sent them an email asap with regards to the change without any notification
Does anyone now why they did that? And also i would like to call them,but i have seen write-ups of people who have called them in time past
And they rarely pick and when they pick they don't reply well......please i need your opinions
Lagosismyhome,bigfrancis,walspring,imperiouxx,etc anybody with an idea should please help me out
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by ahyoncolar: 12:02pm On Nov 30, 2017
Hi guys! Visa got approved this Monday at Lagos Embassy.

Being my first time, I got to the street that lead to the embassy very early (around 6:30am because my appointment was for 8am). I was bombarded by some mobile business centres guys who paraded me without giving me any breathing space. Not so long after the parade, I realised that some of my documents were missing. I had no choice than to engage one of those guys. They helped me print out all the missing documents at the rate of 1,000 naira (I wanted to cry though). After this I moved to the embassy entrance immediately. On getting to the police check point, I realised that mobile phones were not allowed at the venue. I look for a police officer to drop the phone with. She charged me a bill of 1,000 to help me keep the phone. I was so frustrated as that was the last card on me. At that point, I made a prayer to God that I must not go home with my passport as this stress and spending was too much. I was sweating profusely and later join the line at the embassy. Little did I know that I am going into another queuing. Anyways, after all the paparazzi, I was sent to a VO line. On getting to the line, I started observing people that are being interviewed by the VO. The VO was just denying people of visa. I was like, who is this wicked lady. At that point I was afraid and shaking. But I said to myself, I am going home with the white paper. I was tempted to change line, I discovered that other lines too were like the same. I just calm down at my line. After a lot of people were denied, I think one was approved, it got to my turn. I said, God favour me. Then the conversation started as follow;

VO: Good morning
Me: Good morning
VO: Your documents please.
Me: I gave her the documents (I20, Sevis Receipt and International Passport)
VO: Checking the documents and typing. After few seconds, you are going to illinois for doctorate degree (she was talking to herself while typing).
Me: I was looking at her.
VO: What is your highest degree of qualification
Me: BSc. First Class
VO: Really? But you are going for PhD. Okay you will be doing the masters along.
Me: I was just looking at her as she answered herself. I only nodded my head in agreement.
VO: She typed a little bit. How many schools did you applied to?
Me: Two schools, I named the schools
VO: Why have you decided to go for UIC?
Me: (Stammering) I listed three reasons as she was looking at me.
VO: What did you studied for BSc.?
Me: Chemical Engineering
VO: She looked at the I20. Okay you will be studying Chemical Engineering too.
VO: Have you traveled out before?
Me: No
VO: Why? (straight face)
Me: Because I have not had any reason to do that until now.
VO: She nodded her head
VO: What was your research area
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What will you be focusing on at UIC?
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What is Kinetics and reaction engineering? (straight face with full attention on me)
Me: (I was like, thank God) I answered her to the extent that she stopped me.
VO: What is your role at your place of work?
Me: I told her and stylishly relate it to process engineering, though they are related.
VO: Do you know anybody in USA?
Me: No
VO: Are you willing to pay for your bills?
Me: Yes. (I was like - who will say no?)
VO: Your Visa is approved. She gave me a white paper and circle my visa pick up point.
Every other things she said, I did not listen. I just wanted to leave the hall.
On leaving the hall, the police woman saw my face, among all other faces that were coming out from the visa office, she decided that she was not going to give me my 500 naira change. She latter calculated my transport fare for me and gave me 200 naira to return to Shomolu. Who am I to complain. At least I have my visa anyways. then I left the location.

The ONLY documents checked were;
1. I20
2. Sevis receipt
3. International Passport

Remark: I tried to see if I could get a science to the process, I can only say, the only thing is God's grace and favour. I prayed and prayed. Of course, I practiced with a lot of transcripts from here as given to me by my friend. I also spoke with other students that have passed through the process.

Thanks everybody. May God bless you.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by tosinooo: 12:16pm On Nov 30, 2017
Congrats bro. My visa interview is next week. Going for MSc Chemical engineering. Can I pm you for mock interview
ahyoncolar:
Hi guys! Visa got approved this Monday at Lagos Embassy.

Being my first time, I got to the street that lead to the embassy very early (around 6:30am because my appointment was for 8am). I was bombarded by some mobile business centres guys who paraded me without giving me any breathing space. Not so long after the parade, I realised that some of my documents were missing. I had no choice than to engage one of those guys. They helped me print out all the missing documents at the rate of 1,000 naira (I wanted to cry though). After this I moved to the embassy entrance immediately. On getting to the police check point, I realised that mobile phones were not allowed at the venue. I look for a police officer to drop the phone with. She charged me a bill of 1,000 to help me keep the phone. I was so frustrated as that was the last card on me. At that point, I made a prayer to God that I must not go home with my passport as this stress and spending was too much. I was sweating profusely and later join the line at the embassy. Little did I know that I am going into another queuing. Anyways, after all the paparazzi, I was sent to a VO line. On getting to the line, I started observing people that are being interviewed by the VO. The VO was just denying people of visa. I was like, who is this wicked lady. At that point I was afraid and shaking. But I said to myself, I am going home with the white paper. I was tempted to change line, I discovered that other lines too were like the same. I just calm down at my line. After a lot of people were denied, I think one was approved, it got to my turn. I said, God favour me. Then the conversation started as follow;

VO: Good morning
Me: Good morning
VO: Your documents please.
Me: I gave her the documents (I20, Sevis Receipt and International Passport)
VO: Checking the documents and typing. After few seconds, you are going to illinois for doctorate degree (she was talking to herself while typing).
Me: I was looking at her.
VO: What is your highest degree of qualification
Me: BSc. First Class
VO: Really? But you are going for PhD. Okay you will be doing the masters along.
Me: I was just looking at her as she answered herself. I only nodded my head in agreement.
VO: She typed a little bit. How many schools did you applied to?
Me: Two schools, I named the schools
VO: Why have you decided to go for UIC?
Me: (Stammering) I listed three reasons as she was looking at me.
VO: What did you studied for BSc.?
Me: Chemical Engineering
VO: She looked at the I20. Okay you will be studying Chemical Engineering too.
VO: Have you traveled out before?
Me: No
VO: Why? (straight face)
Me: Because I have not had any reason to do that until now.
VO: She nodded her head
VO: What was your research area
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What will you be focusing on at UIC?
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What is Kinetics and reaction engineering? (straight face with full attention on me)
Me: (I was like, thank God) I answered her to the extent that she stopped me.
VO: What is your role at your place of work?
Me: I told her and stylishly relate it to process engineering, though they are related.
VO: Do you know anybody in USA?
Me: No
VO: Are you willing to pay for your bills?
Me: Yes. (I was like - who will say no?)
VO: Your Visa is approved. She gave me a white paper and circle my visa pick up point.
Every other things she said, I did not listen. I just wanted to leave the hall.
On leaving the hall, the police woman saw my face, among all other faces that were coming out from the visa office, she decided that she was not going to give me my 500 naira change. She latter calculated my transport fare for me and gave me 200 naira to return to Shomolu. Who am I to complain. At least I have my visa anyways. then I left the location.

The ONLY documents checked were;
1. I20
2. Sevis receipt
3. International Passport

Remark: I tried to see if I could get a science to the process, I can only say, the only thing is God's grace and favour. I prayed and prayed. Of course, I practiced with a lot of transcripts from here as given to me by my friend. I also spoke with other students that have passed through the process.

Thanks everybody. May God bless you.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 12:20pm On Nov 30, 2017
ahyoncolar:
Hi guys! Visa got approved this Monday at Lagos Embassy.

Being my first time, I got to the street that lead to the embassy very early (around 6:30am because my appointment was for 8am).
Thanks everybody.

VO: Are you willing to pay for your bills?
Me: Yes. (I was like - who will say no?)


May God bless you.

Make sure on the day you travel you are properly clothed and warm because Chicago weather by January for a new comer from Nigeria is not for babies

Congrats . God bless your new journey . I did not see any comment on funding . Hope this PHD is funded ?

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by ahyoncolar: 12:20pm On Nov 30, 2017
tosinooo:
Congrats bro. My visa interview is next week. Going for MSc Chemical engineering. Can I pm you for mock interview
That's fine.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by ahyoncolar: 12:21pm On Nov 30, 2017
LagosismyHome:


Make sure on the day you travel you are properly clothed and warm because Chicago weather by January for a new comer from Nigeria is not for babies

Congrats . God bless your new journey . I did not see any comment on funding . Hope this PHD is funded ?

Tuition fees waiver

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by softamy: 12:21pm On Nov 30, 2017
Congratulations to you..my interview is in two weeks time..I pray for favour too

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by softamy: 12:23pm On Nov 30, 2017
Lagosismyhome..pls I need coaching from you, how can I reach you personally

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by softamy: 12:23pm On Nov 30, 2017
ahyoncolar:


Tuition fees waiver
pls I need ur coaching
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by tosinooo: 12:24pm On Nov 30, 2017
Could please send a message to my mail instead so I can give you my contact, tosino62@yahoo.com. The pm isn't working. Thanks
ahyoncolar:

That's fine.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by justsaypie: 12:52pm On Nov 30, 2017
Good day house,
Upcoming interview, need help with mock, would appreciate if anyone can help with this.

Thanks.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Enephkay: 1:07pm On Nov 30, 2017
tboii:
does traveling on F1 visa require booking round trip ticket or just one way ?

I don’t think so....
Please Tboii I read you got visa for hcc, were you in anyway asked for your polytechnic transcript ?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by gbaby4live: 1:18pm On Nov 30, 2017
ahyoncolar:
Hi guys! Visa got approved this Monday at Lagos Embassy.

Being my first time, I got to the street that lead to the embassy very early (around 6:30am because my appointment was for 8am). I was bombarded by some mobile business centres guys who paraded me without giving me any breathing space. Not so long after the parade, I realised that some of my documents were missing. I had no choice than to engage one of those guys. They helped me print out all the missing documents at the rate of 1,000 naira (I wanted to cry though). After this I moved to the embassy entrance immediately. On getting to the police check point, I realised that mobile phones were not allowed at the venue. I look for a police officer to drop the phone with. She charged me a bill of 1,000 to help me keep the phone. I was so frustrated as that was the last card on me. At that point, I made a prayer to God that I must not go home with my passport as this stress and spending was too much. I was sweating profusely and later join the line at the embassy. Little did I know that I am going into another queuing. Anyways, after all the paparazzi, I was sent to a VO line. On getting to the line, I started observing people that are being interviewed by the VO. The VO was just denying people of visa. I was like, who is this wicked lady. At that point I was afraid and shaking. But I said to myself, I am going home with the white paper. I was tempted to change line, I discovered that other lines too were like the same. I just calm down at my line. After a lot of people were denied, I think one was approved, it got to my turn. I said, God favour me. Then the conversation started as follow;

VO: Good morning
Me: Good morning
VO: Your documents please.
Me: I gave her the documents (I20, Sevis Receipt and International Passport)
VO: Checking the documents and typing. After few seconds, you are going to illinois for doctorate degree (she was talking to herself while typing).
Me: I was looking at her.
VO: What is your highest degree of qualification
Me: BSc. First Class
VO: Really? But you are going for PhD. Okay you will be doing the masters along.
Me: I was just looking at her as she answered herself. I only nodded my head in agreement.
VO: She typed a little bit. How many schools did you applied to?
Me: Two schools, I named the schools
VO: Why have you decided to go for UIC?
Me: (Stammering) I listed three reasons as she was looking at me.
VO: What did you studied for BSc.?
Me: Chemical Engineering
VO: She looked at the I20. Okay you will be studying Chemical Engineering too.
VO: Have you traveled out before?
Me: No
VO: Why? (straight face)
Me: Because I have not had any reason to do that until now.
VO: She nodded her head
VO: What was your research area
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What will you be focusing on at UIC?
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What is Kinetics and reaction engineering? (straight face with full attention on me)
Me: (I was like, thank God) I answered her to the extent that she stopped me.
VO: What is your role at your place of work?
Me: I told her and stylishly relate it to process engineering, though they are related.
VO: Do you know anybody in USA?
Me: No
VO: Are you willing to pay for your bills?
Me: Yes. (I was like - who will say no?)
VO: Your Visa is approved. She gave me a white paper and circle my visa pick up point.
Every other things she said, I did not listen. I just wanted to leave the hall.
On leaving the hall, the police woman saw my face, among all other faces that were coming out from the visa office, she decided that she was not going to give me my 500 naira change. She latter calculated my transport fare for me and gave me 200 naira to return to Shomolu. Who am I to complain. At least I have my visa anyways. then I left the location.

The ONLY documents checked were;
1. I20
2. Sevis receipt
3. International Passport

Remark: I tried to see if I could get a science to the process, I can only say, the only thing is God's grace and favour. I prayed and prayed. Of course, I practiced with a lot of transcripts from here as given to me by my friend. I also spoke with other students that have passed through the process.

Thanks everybody. May God bless you.

Congrats bro..

The two ladies on W1 and W2 that Monday actually interviewed me and cassey(another Nairaland member) that Monday morning and we got our Visa.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by femiart(m): 1:19pm On Nov 30, 2017
Hi everyone, please i applied to a college for AAS degree in texas and i was told to submit my transcript. High sch inclusive. And that the transcript should be evaluated by any reputable agency. Please which agency is reliable. I m looking to use my NECO result and my bsc transcript. Tnx
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by peterderock4dei: 1:20pm On Nov 30, 2017
ahyoncolar:
Hi guys! Visa got approved this Monday at Lagos Embassy.

Being my first time, I got to the street that lead to the embassy very early (around 6:30am because my appointment was for 8am). I was bombarded by some mobile business centres guys who paraded me without giving me any breathing space. Not so long after the parade, I realised that some of my documents were missing. I had no choice than to engage one of those guys. They helped me print out all the missing documents at the rate of 1,000 naira (I wanted to cry though). After this I moved to the embassy entrance immediately. On getting to the police check point, I realised that mobile phones were not allowed at the venue. I look for a police officer to drop the phone with. She charged me a bill of 1,000 to help me keep the phone. I was so frustrated as that was the last card on me. At that point, I made a prayer to God that I must not go home with my passport as this stress and spending was too much. I was sweating profusely and later join the line at the embassy. Little did I know that I am going into another queuing. Anyways, after all the paparazzi, I was sent to a VO line. On getting to the line, I started observing people that are being interviewed by the VO. The VO was just denying people of visa. I was like, who is this wicked lady. At that point I was afraid and shaking. But I said to myself, I am going home with the white paper. I was tempted to change line, I discovered that other lines too were like the same. I just calm down at my line. After a lot of people were denied, I think one was approved, it got to my turn. I said, God favour me. Then the conversation started as follow;

VO: Good morning
Me: Good morning
VO: Your documents please.
Me: I gave her the documents (I20, Sevis Receipt and International Passport)
VO: Checking the documents and typing. After few seconds, you are going to illinois for doctorate degree (she was talking to herself while typing).
Me: I was looking at her.
VO: What is your highest degree of qualification
Me: BSc. First Class
VO: Really? But you are going for PhD. Okay you will be doing the masters along.
Me: I was just looking at her as she answered herself. I only nodded my head in agreement.
VO: She typed a little bit. How many schools did you applied to?
Me: Two schools, I named the schools
VO: Why have you decided to go for UIC?
Me: (Stammering) I listed three reasons as she was looking at me.
VO: What did you studied for BSc.?
Me: Chemical Engineering
VO: She looked at the I20. Okay you will be studying Chemical Engineering too.
VO: Have you traveled out before?
Me: No
VO: Why? (straight face)
Me: Because I have not had any reason to do that until now.
VO: She nodded her head
VO: What was your research area
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What will you be focusing on at UIC?
Me: Kinetics and reaction engineering
VO: What is Kinetics and reaction engineering? (straight face with full attention on me)
Me: (I was like, thank God) I answered her to the extent that she stopped me.
VO: What is your role at your place of work?
Me: I told her and stylishly relate it to process engineering, though they are related.
VO: Do you know anybody in USA?
Me: No
VO: Are you willing to pay for your bills?
Me: Yes. (I was like - who will say no?)
VO: Your Visa is approved. She gave me a white paper and circle my visa pick up point.
Every other things she said, I did not listen. I just wanted to leave the hall.
On leaving the hall, the police woman saw my face, among all other faces that were coming out from the visa office, she decided that she was not going to give me my 500 naira change. She latter calculated my transport fare for me and gave me 200 naira to return to Shomolu. Who am I to complain. At least I have my visa anyways. then I left the location.

The ONLY documents checked were;
1. I20
2. Sevis receipt
3. International Passport

Remark: I tried to see if I could get a science to the process, I can only say, the only thing is God's grace and favour. I prayed and prayed. Of course, I practiced with a lot of transcripts from here as given to me by my friend. I also spoke with other students that have passed through the process.

Thanks everybody. May God bless you.
Congrats dis is pure da favour
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by folyfrey: 1:37pm On Nov 30, 2017
Lagosismyhome..pls I need coaching from you, how can I reach you personally or pleaase kindly send me a mail folyfrey007@gmail.com.....thanks
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 2:19pm On Nov 30, 2017
peterderock4dei:

Congrats dis is pure da favour

Sometimes it not all about grace , favour and all that

Have a good profile , get admitted to a top tier , good profile enables funding = most likely you visa will be granted

We need to move away from all these favour . Favour sure is evident in some case but in others it clearly because the person has a good profile

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Nobody: 2:24pm On Nov 30, 2017
guys please how long or how many months will DS-160 last before it expires?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by KISSABLE0606(f): 2:27pm On Nov 30, 2017
Hello everyone....I am new here, not so so new sha, been reading off and on for a month now and i always see a document like I20, please what's that? I intend applying for fall 2018 to a school in Maryland, a friend is there and he wants to help me process it same way his brother did his but he didn't mention any I20 oo, so i am confused, help a sister bikko.......thanks everyone!

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