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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Nobody: 8:23pm On Dec 05, 2017
charzyh2:
this weakens me honestly
this is were grace plays a big role in ourlives

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by jerrypeacelinks(m): 8:23pm On Dec 05, 2017
StackNerd:
Thanks to everybody that has contributed in one way or the other on this Thread, You are the best, I,ve been a silent follower of this thread and my Visa was approved today

Days before today, i prayed to God that, i don,t want to spend more than 30 secs to get my visa approved, lo and Behold, God Answered the prayer

The Guy had rejected four people before me, i wanted to switch lines, because the VO was not smiling. i,m normally confident, but mehn! i didn't know when my heart started beating fast.

Transcript below
VO: Which school?
ME: A uni in Maryland ( i mentioned the school)
VO: Which course
ME: Computer Engineering
VO: What is your highest Qualification
ME: Bachelor of Eng, Elect/elect
VO: What have you been doing since you finished NYSC
ME: I have been working at (A multinational) as a Systems Engineer for Anglophone countries in Africa, my work includes design and implementation of Cloud computing solutions, High performance computing solutions and Storage solutions for Telecom operators across Africa.
VO: Frowning
Me: E ma Gbami Ke
VO: Do you code
Me: No, its not inline with my work
VO: your visa is approved, Pick it in three day at ( Didn't Hear this part)
Me: Thanks

Oluwa, may this be my portion. AMEN

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 8:40pm On Dec 05, 2017
TWoods:


And? If I were David Cameron, I’d be happy to let you invest your stolen money in my country too. My children reap the benefits, yours continue to wallow in poverty. I’m not sure which saddens me more, Nigerians who won’t accept how bad their country is or those who justify it by saying the British and Americans are no better. This willingness to compromise or bend truth is why nothing will ever change, regardless of how loudly we pray.

There are so many things wrong with Nigeria , i agree and even a little dealings i did this year made me convince myself that i can never live in Nigeria

that been said not all Nigerians are like . I have met many Nigerians who have outstanding characters so painting everyone with one brush means you Twood tongue too are fraudulent and dishonest

You see how that not very nice

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by gbaby4live: 9:03pm On Dec 05, 2017
LagosismyHome:


There are so many things wrong with Nigeria , i gree and even a little dealings i did this year made me convince myself that i can never live in Nigeria

that been said not all Nigerians are like . I met many Nigerians who have outstanding characters so painting everyone with one brush means you Twood tongue too are fraudulent and dishonest

#LOBATAN

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by jamoyakz: 9:36pm On Dec 05, 2017
EZEIGBO1OFIMO:

lol grin grin grin ... Take a Chill pill man, grin grin.... If you must, Do not attack the messenger, the message is of utmost importance. Everything Twoods says about us Nigerians is truth, the truth hurts, but it's still the truth grin grin grin... Life na jeje
I don't know what your problem is you keep on supporting Twood as if you are his spokesman... by the way are you first person to get to America or even entered an ivy league school (if sef you never fall out ) there is great virtue in been humble. please refrain from generalization is bad. you wanna tell that all Americans are saints? your matter and that of your oga weak me

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by EZEIGBO1OFIMO: 10:23pm On Dec 05, 2017
jamoyakz:
I don't know what your problem is you keep on supporting Twood as if you are his spokesman... by the way are you first person to get to America or even entered an ivy league school (if sef you never fall out ) there is great virtue in been humble. please refrain from generalization is bad. you wanna tell that all Americans are saints? your matter and that of your oga weak me
grin grin grin grin grin ... Your comments are well appreciated sire, Thank you. cool
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by jerrypeacelinks(m): 10:28pm On Dec 05, 2017
adesegun14:
Visa denied today at Lagos embassy.

I myself know I made a mistake even before I entered the interview room. I'm posting this so that others will learn and avoid such mistakes.

I got there around 5:30 am, I was about to enter when I was told to produce the GT payment receipt, since I tot all dey need was the confirmation and appointment papers. I discovered I don't have it with me, so I had to go back to the biz centre, called my wife to snap it and send it to me so we can print it there. She sent it, but unfortunately, they were having network problem over there, from that early morning i was able to get it done around 9:09am, so I was already anxious and exhausted.

Transcript:
Vo: why are you going to America
Me: I'm going to America to pursue master in computer science
Vo: why do you want to do masters
Me: to increase my knowledge in computer science and be vast in the field because [b]I want to go into lecturing when I return to Nigeria
[/b]Vo: why do you want to lecture?
Me: it has been my dream to impart the coming generation with IT knowledge in Computer science to keep them up to date with the latest curiculum that I will be learning from America. (My voice shake here bacause of what happened before I entered, I was weak)
Vo: who will be sponsoring your education?
Me: my brother; he's an architect and has a consultancy firm in 3 states and also has a school in kaduna (he just yinmu)
Vo: I'm sorry bla.. bla..bla.. just brought out the blue paper and said I'm free to reapply

I guess I missed it when I was explaining why I wanted to lecture. I also tot I shouldn't have mention lecturing, but honestly, that's what I intend to do when I decide to return home.

I'm planning to reapply immediately, since there is still space this year.
I need corrections and advises.
Thank you

Sorry for your delayed visa bro. I sincerely know how you feel cos am a CLUB MEMBER grin grin sad sad
However, its time to brace up and treat your mistakes before reapplying.
Here are my observations:

The words in BOLD prints for me was a red flag. The VO will be like WTF? What have you been doing here in Nigeria? Where do you work already? Or you are only thinking of pursuing a lecturing job when you return? What if the lecturing job doesn't come? Nah, this guy wantu migrate angry

My advise:
You have a job. What will this masters do for you at your present work place? Or do you want to resign? Y not make it clearer.

My opinion though.

I wish us luck.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by BenNash: 11:02pm On Dec 05, 2017
Hello guys I need your help on something.
My school is about to send my i-20 and I want them to send it to someone in the u.s so the person can send it to me so that I can save time. The school wants to use FedEx to send the i-20 to the u.s address.
Please how long do you think it'll take to send my i-20 from a place like North Dakota to New York.
And is there a faster alternative??
Thanks.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by sirhamilton(m): 11:12pm On Dec 05, 2017
BenNash:
Hello guys I need your help on something.
My school is about to send my i-20 and I want them to send it to someone in the u.s so the person can send it to me so that I can save time. The school wants to use FedEx to send the i-20 to the u.s address.
Please how long do you think it'll take to send my i-20 from a place like North Dakota to New York.
And is there a faster alternative??
Thanks.

I used FedEx. Paid on a Monday, got my i20 on Friday (of that same week)
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by sirhamilton(m): 11:14pm On Dec 05, 2017
BenNash:
Hello guys I need your help on something.
My school is about to send my i-20 and I want them to send it to someone in the u.s so the person can send it to me so that I can save time. The school wants to use FedEx to send the i-20 to the u.s address.
Please how long do you think it'll take to send my i-20 from a place like North Dakota to New York.
And is there a faster alternative??
Thanks.

Why not send it directly to your Nigerian mailing address. I used FedEx; Paid on a Monday, got my i20 on Friday (of that same week)
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by adesegun14: 11:17pm On Dec 05, 2017
Thanks bro.
I will make amend.

jerrypeacelinks:


Sorry for your delayed visa bro. I sincerely know how you feel cos am a CLUB MEMBER grin grin sad sad
However, its time to brace up and treat your mistakes before reapplying.
Here are my observations:

The words in BOLD prints for me was a red flag. The VO will be like WTF? What have you been doing here in Nigeria? Where do you work already? Or you are only thinking of pursuing a lecturing job when you return? What if the lecturing job doesn't come? Nah, this guy wantu migrate angry

My advise:
You have a job. What will this masters do for you at your present work place? Or do you want to resign? Y not make it clearer.

My opinion though.

I wish us luck.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by BenNash: 11:43pm On Dec 05, 2017
sirhamilton:


Why not send it directly to your Nigerian mailing address. I used FedEx; Paid on a Monday, got my i20 on Friday (of that same week)
You mean I pay FedEx to pick it up at my school in ND and deliver it to me here. Is that possible??
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Breamz(m): 12:18am On Dec 06, 2017
Ollybee1234:

where in ohio are you
Cleveland
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Thomas91(m): 1:15am On Dec 06, 2017
Have been a silent reader here for sometime now.
Transcript denied today Lagos embassy

Vo: can I have your passport and your 120
Me: gave him
Vo: what do u wana study in the us
Me: I'm going to pursue my master degree in agriculture with a concentration in agribusiness econs
Vo: why that course
Me: having gotten the basic knowledge about agriculture in my first degree..i believe pursing this will ehance my qualification and add high value to my career. Agribusiness economics will help me develop good managerial competence .strong org skil and good business ethics so as to make good business decision in terms of agri....blabla...he listened well
Vo: how did you get to knw the school
Me: I was oppurtuned to be at a graduate seminar workshop during my youth service where agriculture graduate wr oriented about blabla...speakers make recommendation of some School in which graduate could purse dr Carreras at masters level..and it opened my eye to see schools that will be off good benefit. Went online to get more information about these schools and I felt comfortable .
Vo: you married
Me: yes
Vo: any kid
Me: yea jst 1
Vo: you have sm1 in the us
Me: yea. My younger bro, a citizen

That was all ..and he gave me blue .
Me : sorry I was told I will get this visa
Vo: what
Me: told him again
Vo: who
Me: with a smile ..Jesus
Vo: uhm..m sorry u do not qualify for this....

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by NiklausAkins(m): 2:35am On Dec 06, 2017
Lol hahaha
*E ma gbami ke*
Burst ma head

StackNerd:
Thanks to everybody that has contributed in one way or the other on this Thread, You are the best, I,ve been a silent follower of this thread and my Visa was approved today

Days before today, i prayed to God that, i don,t want to spend more than 30 secs to get my visa approved, lo and Behold, God Answered the prayer

The Guy had rejected four people before me, i wanted to switch lines, because the VO was not smiling. i,m normally confident, but mehn! i didn't know when my heart started beating fast.

Transcript below
VO: Which school?
ME: A uni in Maryland ( i mentioned the school)
VO: Which course
ME: Computer Engineering
VO: What is your highest Qualification
ME: Bachelor of Eng, Elect/elect
VO: What have you been doing since you finished NYSC
ME: I have been working at (A multinational) as a Systems Engineer for Anglophone countries in Africa, my work includes design and implementation of Cloud computing solutions, High performance computing solutions and Storage solutions for Telecom operators across Africa.
VO: Frowning
Me: E ma Gbami Ke
VO: Do you code
Me: No, its not inline with my work
VO: your visa is approved, Pick it in three day at ( Didn't Hear this part)
Me: Thanks

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by bigfrancis21: 3:09am On Dec 06, 2017
StackNerd:
Thanks to everybody that has contributed in one way or the other on this Thread, You are the best, I,ve been a silent follower of this thread and my Visa was approved today

Days before today, i prayed to God that, i don,t want to spend more than 30 secs to get my visa approved, lo and Behold, God Answered the prayer

The Guy had rejected four people before me, i wanted to switch lines, because the VO was not smiling. i,m normally confident, but mehn! i didn't know when my heart started beating fast.

Transcript below
VO: Which school?
ME: A uni in Maryland ( i mentioned the school)
VO: Which course
ME: Computer Engineering
VO: What is your highest Qualification
ME: Bachelor of Eng, Elect/elect
VO: What have you been doing since you finished NYSC
ME: I have been working at (A multinational) as a Systems Engineer for Anglophone countries in Africa, my work includes design and implementation of Cloud computing solutions, High performance computing solutions and Storage solutions for Telecom operators across Africa.
VO: Frowning
Me: E ma Gbami Ke
VO: Do you code
Me: No, its not inline with my work
VO: your visa is approved, Pick it in three day at ( Didn't Hear this part)
Me: Thanks

Congratulations.

If you don't mind, which school in Maryland are you going to?

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by bigfrancis21: 3:20am On Dec 06, 2017
Thomas91:
Have been a silent reader here for sometime now.
Transcript denied today Lagos embassy

Vo: can I have your passport and your 120
Me: gave him
Vo: what do u wana study in the us
Me: I'm going to pursue my master degree in agriculture with a concentration in agribusiness econs
Vo: why that course
Me: having gotten the basic knowledge about agriculture in my first degree..i believe pursing this will ehance my qualification and add high value to my career. Agribusiness economics will help me develop good managerial competence .strong org skil and good business ethics so as to make good business decision in terms of agri....blabla...he listened well
Vo: how did you get to knw the school
Me: I was oppurtuned to be at a graduate seminar workshop during my youth service where agriculture graduate wr oriented about blabla...speakers make recommendation of some School in which graduate could purse dr Carreras at masters level..and it opened my eye to see schools that will be off good benefit. Went online to get more information about these schools and I felt comfortable .
Vo: you married
Me: yes
Vo: any kid
Me: yea jst 1
Vo: you have sm1 in the us
Me: yea. My younger bro, a citizen


That was all ..and he gave me blue .
Me : sorry I was told I will get this visa
Vo: what
Me: told him again
Vo: who
Me: with a smile ..Jesus
Vo: uhm..m sorry u do not qualify for this....

@bold....that may be the main cause of your denial. Having a brother in the US who is a citizen that can file for permanent residency for you shows immigrant ties to the US.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 4:02am On Dec 06, 2017
LagosismyHome:


There are so many things wrong with Nigeria , i agree and even a little dealings i did this year made me convince myself that i can never live in Nigeria

that been said not all Nigerians are like . I have met many Nigerians who have outstanding characters so painting everyone with one brush means you Twood tongue too are fraudulent and dishonest

You see how that not very nice

That doesn't bother me... only those who are truly dishonest get hot and bothered when you mention fraud and Nigerian in the name sentence. We cannot shy away from calling ourselves out. The ONLY REASON this thread exists at all is the rampant fraud and lack of trust among Nigerians. You won't find a similar thread for Germans... they don't need it.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 4:05am On Dec 06, 2017
Thomas91:
Have been a silent reader here for sometime now.
Transcript denied today Lagos embassy

Vo: can I have your passport and your 120
Me: gave him
Vo: what do u wana study in the us
Me: I'm going to pursue my master degree in agriculture with a concentration in agribusiness econs
Vo: why that course
Me: having gotten the basic knowledge about agriculture in my first degree..i believe pursing this will ehance my qualification and add high value to my career. Agribusiness economics will help me develop good managerial competence .strong org skil and good business ethics so as to make good business decision in terms of agri....blabla...he listened well
Vo: how did you get to knw the school
Me: I was oppurtuned to be at a graduate seminar workshop during my youth service where agriculture graduate wr oriented about blabla...speakers make recommendation of some School in which graduate could purse dr Carreras at masters level..and it opened my eye to see schools that will be off good benefit. Went online to get more information about these schools and I felt comfortable .
Vo: you married
Me: yes
Vo: any kid
Me: yea jst 1
Vo: you have sm1 in the us
Me: yea. My younger bro, a citizen


That was all ..and he gave me blue .
Me : sorry I was told I will get this visa
Vo: what
Me: told him again
Vo: who
Me: with a smile ..Jesus
Vo: uhm..m sorry u do not qualify for this....

Pretty much done right there. Not even the Nigerian "Jesus" could have helped you out there.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Damilare5882(m): 4:31am On Dec 06, 2017
Thomas91:
Have been a silent reader here for sometime now.
Transcript denied today Lagos embassy

Vo: can I have your passport and your 120
Me: gave him
Vo: what do u wana study in the us
Me: I'm going to pursue my master degree in agriculture with a concentration in agribusiness econs
Vo: why that course
Me: having gotten the basic knowledge about agriculture in my first degree..i believe pursing this will ehance my qualification and add high value to my career. Agribusiness economics will help me develop good managerial competence .strong org skil and good business ethics so as to make good business decision in terms of agri....blabla...he listened well
Vo: how did you get to knw the school
Me: I was oppurtuned to be at a graduate seminar workshop during my youth service where agriculture graduate wr oriented about blabla...speakers make recommendation of some School in which graduate could purse dr Carreras at masters level..and it opened my eye to see schools that will be off good benefit. Went online to get more information about these schools and I felt comfortable .
Vo: you married
Me: yes
Vo: any kid
Me: yea jst 1
Vo: you have sm1 in the us
Me: yea. My younger bro, a citizen

That was all ..and he gave me blue .
Me : sorry I was told I will get this visa
Vo: what
Me: told him again
Vo: who
Me: with a smile ..Jesus
Vo: uhm..m sorry u do not qualify for this....
were you asked if he was a citizen or not If you weren't asked , then you yourself shot yourself in the leg !! You should have just stopped at *YES*

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Nobody: 5:13am On Dec 06, 2017
Thomas91:
Have been a silent reader here for sometime now.
Transcript denied today Lagos embassy

Vo: can I have your passport and your 120
Me: gave him
Vo: what do u wana study in the us
Me: I'm going to pursue my master degree in agriculture with a concentration in agribusiness econs
Vo: why that course
Me: having gotten the basic knowledge about agriculture in my first degree..i believe pursing this will ehance my qualification and add high value to my career. Agribusiness economics will help me develop good managerial competence .strong org skil and good business ethics so as to make good business decision in terms of agri....blabla...he listened well
Vo: how did you get to knw the school
Me: I was oppurtuned to be at a graduate seminar workshop during my youth service where agriculture graduate wr oriented about blabla...speakers make recommendation of some School in which graduate could purse dr Carreras at masters level..and it opened my eye to see schools that will be off good benefit. Went online to get more information about these schools and I felt comfortable .
Vo: you married
Me: yes
Vo: any kid
Me: yea jst 1
Vo: you have sm1 in the us
Me: yea. My younger bro, a citizen

That was all ..and he gave me blue .
Me : sorry I was told I will get this visa
Vo: what
Me: told him again
Vo: who
Me: with a smile ..Jesus
Vo: uhm..m sorry u do not qualify for this....


I think best and safer response to that question has always been NO... even if your whole family is there... for F-1 Visa... No is kinda better so as to let them know you got no ties in the USA which mean that you are surely coming back home.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by braginton60: 5:18am On Dec 06, 2017
Hello Pharisee!!

TWoods:


I read my bible and I also see that those who are saved show provable evidence of change in their lives. I see none of that in Nigerians. They are just as dishonest, as fraudulent... they simply cry about grace the loudest.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Tekecoms1(m): 5:36am On Dec 06, 2017
Thomas91:
Have been a silent reader here for sometime now.
Transcript denied today Lagos embassy

Vo: can I have your passport and your 120
Me: gave him
Vo: what do u wana study in the us
Me: I'm going to pursue my master degree in agriculture with a concentration in agribusiness econs
Vo: why that course
Me: having gotten the basic knowledge about agriculture in my first degree..i believe pursing this will ehance my qualification and add high value to my career. Agribusiness economics will help me develop good managerial competence .strong org skil and good business ethics so as to make good business decision in terms of agri....blabla...he listened well
Vo: how did you get to knw the school
Me: I was oppurtuned to be at a graduate seminar workshop during my youth service where agriculture graduate wr oriented about blabla...speakers make recommendation of some School in which graduate could purse dr Carreras at masters level..and it opened my eye to see schools that will be off good benefit. Went online to get more information about these schools and I felt comfortable .
Vo: you married
Me: yes
Vo: any kid
Me: yea jst 1
Vo: you have sm1 in the us
Me: yea. My younger bro, a citizen

That was all ..and he gave me blue .
Me : sorry I was told I will get this visa
Vo: what
Me: told him again
Vo: who
Me: with a smile ..Jesus
Vo: uhm..m sorry u do not qualify for this....
You shot yourself not just in the leg but in the HEAD. You said lots of unnecessary things.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Tekecoms1(m): 5:40am On Dec 06, 2017
TWoods:


Pretty much done right there. Not even the Nigerian "Jesus" could have helped you out there.
I think Jesus have many versions. The VO asked him who told him he will get the VISA and he said Jesus. The VO was not even bothered.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by ProfOjah1234: 5:50am On Dec 06, 2017
greatolus:
Visa approved today at 7:00 am at lagos consulate, window 7
V o : good morning
Me : good morning
V o: why did you choose Georgia state university?
Me: of all the schools that I applied to only gsu offered me a GA position which comes with a tuition waiver and stipend.
Vo: How many schools did you apply to?
Me: 5
Vo: can you name them?
Me: etsu, uni of Arkansas at little rock, uni of san Francisco and Colorado school of mines
Vo: which school did you graduated from?
Me : unilag, akoka
Vo: what is your highest qualification?
Me: bsc chemistry
Vo: when did you finish nysc?
Me: I did not as my age is over service year.
Vo: what will you be doing after your program?
Me: come back to Nigeria to pick up a lecturing job in unilag
Vo: did you write any entrance exam?
Me:no, vo wants to look at me quickly told him I wrote gre
Vo: who is going to sponsor your trip?
Me: I have a tuition waiver and my dad would pay for the rest
Vo: you visa is approved, bla bla bla dhl isolo. Gave me white paper
Congratulations bro.. Naija plenty for una dept, I know of 5 Nigerians (Both Msc & PhD).. You will be fine.. Welcome to the PantherFamily..

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by ProfOjah1234: 5:51am On Dec 06, 2017
ponpon:
Go ye forth and meet unilagalariwo, same dept in GSU. Ojah sef!
Oga kilonshele!. Agba-awo Nicholls
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Olufemi786(m): 5:59am On Dec 06, 2017
I don't think anybody knows about the VISA training dey usually do every Wednesday at the US embassy cos since I joined this tread nobody talk about it??
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 6:07am On Dec 06, 2017
braginton60:
Hello Pharisee!!


Hello sadducee!

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by gbaby4live: 6:09am On Dec 06, 2017
Olufemi786:
I don't think anybody knows about the VISA training dey usually do every Wednesday at the US embassy cos since I joined this tread nobody talk about it??

EducationUsa?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 6:09am On Dec 06, 2017
Tekecoms1:

I think Jesus have many versions. The VO asked him who told him he will get the VISA and he said Jesus. The VO was not even bothered.

the VO is probably aware of Nigerians and their lazy obsession with "jesus"... the Nigerian genie who is expected to grant their every wish, without them having to do anything.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Iphy24: 6:27am On Dec 06, 2017
Please can someone help a friend pay servis fee? If anyone is willing, kindly let me know .thanks
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Ijebuboy525: 6:44am On Dec 06, 2017
adesegun14:
Visa denied today at Lagos embassy.

I myself know I made a mistake even before I entered the interview room. I'm posting this so that others will learn and avoid such mistakes.

I got there around 5:30 am, I was about to enter when I was told to produce the GT payment receipt, since I tot all dey need was the confirmation and appointment papers. I discovered I don't have it with me, so I had to go back to the biz centre, called my wife to snap it and send it to me so we can print it there. She sent it, but unfortunately, they were having network problem over there, from that early morning i was able to get it done around 9:09am, so I was already anxious and exhausted.

Transcript:
Vo: why are you going to America
Me: I'm going to America to pursue master in computer science
Vo: why do you want to do masters
Me: to increase my knowledge in computer science and be vast in the field because I want to go into lecturing when I return to Nigeria
Vo: why do you want to lecture?
Me: it has been my dream to impart the coming generation with IT knowledge in Computer science to keep them up to date with the latest curiculum that I will be learning from America. (My voice shake here bacause of what happened before I entered, I was weak)
Vo: who will be sponsoring your education?
Me: my brother; he's an architect and has a consultancy firm in 3 states and also has a school in kaduna (he just yinmu)
Vo: I'm sorry bla.. bla..bla.. just brought out the blue paper and said I'm free to reapply

I guess I missed it when I was explaining why I wanted to lecture. I also tot I shouldn't have mention lecturing, but honestly, that's what I intend to do when I decide to return home.

I'm planning to reapply immediately, since there is still space this year.
I need corrections and advises.
Thank you
So sorry about your delayed visa, i understand what it's takes to be destabilized before interview, that makes me remember my first interview around May, when myself and other friend entered a one chance bus on our way to the embassy, those guys no get mercy atall, thank God we didn't go with our phones, they only left #500 for the two of us, me and my guy just turn mumu after the scene grin, after that we still go face another passport palava from those guys hustling at the embassy gate, we were forced to take another passport on credit and gave them our wallets containing ATM cards and other stuffs, na blue paper still end the whole thing.

Just prepare your self well and refire, God of favor will speak for you.

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