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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Frankaka8(m): 7:52pm On Dec 06, 2017
adewalay:


Sign with immediate effect & backdate it. A guy was delayed because of that. The VO told him that...it means he doesn't read through from him not to have signed his i20

please where and where are the needful signing? Just being curious?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Oyin04(f): 8:02pm On Dec 06, 2017
VISA was approved on Monday 4th Nov. Sorry for posting my transcript late
Vo: Good morning how are you?
Me: good morning Am fine and you?
Vo:Am good (smiling)
I passed my document
Vo: what are you going to do in united state.
Me: I am going to Troy university to pursue my masters degree in biological and biomedical science with concentration in oncology and biotechnology.
Vo: why Troy university?
Me: I choose Troy university because the biomedical sciences offer match perfectly with my area of interest which is oncology, the length and breadth of this course coupled with the research aligns with my academic background also their is a research going on in the department by professor Williams which is tag image processing and classification to assist in the detection and prevention of skin cancer.
Vo: what your undergraduate course?
Me: biochemistry
Vo: when did you graduate?
Me: 2015
Vo: Did you write any exam?
Me: yes GRE
Vo: what your score I told him
Vo: Did you apply to other schools
Me: yes vo: which are: university of tuledo ohio,Murray state university
Vo: After your Nysc what did you do?
Me: I work with the Nigeria Airforce med center as a lab assistant I assist in carrying out series of test( I said everything I wrote in my ds-160 word for word)
Vo: what do you intend to do after your program?
Me: I will come back to Nigeria to work with Nigeria Airforce med cen. With the degree I would be able to attain a top position at my work place.
Vo: what position?
Me: head of biomedical science department
Vo: ok who is sponsoring you?
Me : my dad
Vo: what does he do
Me:he is a blablabla
Then he typed for some seconds check my passport and returned my document then i saw the white paper.I no even hear anything again.Alhamdullillah.
The vo did not ask for any documents.I give God all the glory, it was just grace and favour of Allah. zeezahbee(my lovely sist) thank you so much, To my God sent pal Alexandersherif God bless you for me,for the mock interview the series of night calls I say Jazakumullahu khayran,Adebimpe0,Matti�thank you to everybody on this thread thank you so much.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Sanctus1(m): 8:18pm On Dec 06, 2017
hello house I was delayed at the lagos embassy on the 4th of December. Have been busy at work that's why this is coming late.I came out of the embassy frustrated. immediately I made up my made not to try USA again but some GOOD friends have actually encouraged me to reapply which I think i will take into consideration but I decided to drop my last transcript so the gurus in the house can help analyze it

vo ; pass me your documents

me ; good morning dear ( omo the fine Chinese America no send me sef)

vo ; why are you going to the U.S.A ?

me ; to obtain a bachelors degree in clinical lab sci at east central university ada, Oklahoma

vo ; what's your highest level of education?

me ; bachelors degree in biochemistry

vo; so why another bachelors ?

me ; that was my dream course of study but my mum made me to study biochemistry because she was a biochemistry lecturer, so she wanted me to follow her footsteps which I did but...she cuts in

vo ; you could have gone for masters in clinical lab

me ; I would need a first degree in clinical lab before I can go for a masters in clinical lab.

vo : am very sure you can do a masters in clinical lab ,having gotten all the prerequisite in your first degree

me ; this will broaden my knowledge of medical diagnosis with that I can obtain a license to practice as a professional clinical lab scientist

vo; how many schools did you apply ?

me ; three

vo ; mention them

east central university ada Oklahoma, arizona university tempe and university of central florida

how many admits ?

me ; two ( east central university and arizona state university)

vo ; so why ECU?

me : aside offering all the courses in line with my proposed plan, they also offer a non resident tuition fee waiver worth 7,296 USD to eligible intentional students so that brings down the cost to attend

vo; are you married ?

me : not yet but I have someone I intend to settle down with as soon as I return because she is the mother of my child

vo; oooh you have kid

me ; yes

vo ; am sorry bla bla bla

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by omoluabiguy: 8:19pm On Dec 06, 2017
Mitchely:
Good day all, my wife and daughter F2 visa delayed at Abuja this morning majorly because I stated during my own interview they were not coming with me which was true at the time.
Please any helpful advice? And when is the next available date in Abuja? I am so devastated right now.

So you still want to go ahead to reschedule another interview after getting the reason they were denied at first? Well, this is one of the things TWoods keeps scolding people on, but because of the fact that we fail to adhere to our reality, you get to see people of like minds attacking the dude for giving the bitter truth! I can only wish you all the best bro, but believe me the VO has recorded every details so regardless how many times you reapply, the next VO would see the details on their system!

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by snoopylinus(m): 8:20pm On Dec 06, 2017
Oyin04:
VISA was approved on Monday 4th Nov. Sorry for posting my transcript late
Vo: Good morning how are you?
Me: good morning Am fine and you?
Vo:Am good (smiling)
I passed my document
Vo: what are you going to do in united state.
Me: I am going to Troy university to pursue my masters degree in biological and biomedical science with concentration in oncology and biotechnology.
Vo: why Troy university?
Me: I choose Troy university because the biomedical sciences offer match perfectly with my area of interest which is oncology, the length and breadth of this course coupled with the research aligns with my academic background also their is a research going on in the department by professor Williams which is tag image processing and classification to assist in the detection and prevention of skin cancer.
Vo: what your undergraduate course?
Me: biochemistry
Vo: when did you graduate?
Me: 2015
Vo: Did you write any exam?
Me: yes GRE
Vo: what your score I told him
Vo: Did you apply to other schools
Me: yes vo: which are: university of tuledo ohio,Murray state university
Vo: After your Nysc what did you do?
Me: I work with the Nigeria Airforce med center as a lab assistant I assist in carrying out series of test( I said everything I wrote in my ds-160 word for word)
Vo: what do you intend to do after your program?
Me: I will come back to Nigeria to work with Nigeria Airforce med cen. With the degree I would be able to attain a top position at my work place.
Vo: what position?
Me: head of biomedical science department
Vo: ok who is sponsoring you?
Me : my dad
Vo: what does he do
Me:he is a blablabla
Then he typed for some seconds check my passport and returned my document then i saw the white paper.I no even hear anything again.Alhamdullillah.
The vo did not ask for any documents.I give God all the glory, it was just grace and favour of Allah. zeezahbee(my lovely sist) thank you so much, To my God sent pal Alexandersherif God bless you for me,for the mock interview the series of night calls I say Jazakumullahu khayran,Adebimpe0,Matti�thank you to everybody on this thread thank you so much.

Congrats...u self don enta usa be that!!congrats bro..

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by omoluabiguy: 8:21pm On Dec 06, 2017
Mitchely:
they were not coming with me, the question was will they be coming with you? Not will they ever join you during your program

Just have them apply for visiting visa after you get settled in the US. The F2 is already cast according to the reason you have earlier
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by snoopylinus(m): 8:27pm On Dec 06, 2017
oduzbaba89:


at snoopylinus, help me look into that case , abeg

My brother abeg pm lagosismyhome ot Twood some other persons can help u seems they are all busy for now.as for me, i no even know where embassy dey talk more to answer ur question
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by omoluabiguy: 8:35pm On Dec 06, 2017
josiahese:
I want to share a friends transcrip. It was today morning he was approved.
VO: Good morning
Him: Good morning Sir
VO: Your documents please
Him: Gave him everything...
VO : Why ISU?
Him: ISU gave me better choice of study because of my program lecturers.. They are one of the best in the college and a friend currently studying there has had alot of academy excellence.
VO: When did you graduate?
Him: 2014
VO: That's a lot of time, why study now?
Him: He was afraid to say because he has been playing football in Nigeria..
Join a football team..
I tried getting admission in the University but I was never given my choice program... I was also on a Voluntary Service in Liberia for 24 months..
VO: Okay you belong to so so religious organization?
Him: Yes...
VO: What is the duty of Bishop?
Him : gladly told him...
VO: Nodding
VO: What did you see in Liberia?
Him: I was in Morovia the capital.... It was a nice place, the people are great.. The food were different.
And they tonation was hard for me at first but I blended.
VO: I see you going for Computer Science?
Him: Yes Sir
VO: Do you know Microsoft owner?
Him: Yes Sir.. Bill Gates
VO: Tell me about Microsoft Software
Him: He explained for about 20 seconds... Its good you know your field oh
VO: Great.. Tell me about your program?
Him: He explained
VO: Did you write any standard test?
Him: No Sir... It was waive because of my English grade in my WAEC
VO: What does your Dad do?
Him: He owns a petrol station
VO: So what will you do in the US after graduation?
Him: I have a job offer from **** company I will be an ICT Specialist.
VO: Which company
Him: ****** at Wuse
VO: Okay... Are you married ?
Him: No sir.. I'm engaged and would be getting married when I return...
VO: I will approve your Visa... You can get your passport at this place..
Him: Thank You and left....
The way they we're rejecting people ehn.... We should prepare well ooooh

I could have congratulated you, but save me the story of your friend pls. I’ll congratulate him whenever he comes on nairaland. By the way, how come you know so much details of your friend’s interview like you were right in front of the VO with him. Now that’s even boring.... #yawns
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Mitchely: 8:37pm On Dec 06, 2017
omoluabiguy:


Just have them apply for visiting visa after you get settled in the US. The F2 is already cast according to the reason you have earlier
Thank you for your advice, very helpful as I am even in the process of reapplying for them. How do we manage visit visas for a 4-5 years PhD program. Are plans not allowed to change over a 4-5 years duration. Moreover, the question are they coming with you appeared to mean are they coming with you at the moment? Maybe I should have answered, No but they will join me later.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by omoluabiguy: 8:39pm On Dec 06, 2017
Philadelphia:


If he vex and so? He is not God to determine who gets visa approved or not?
My destiny or my blessings are not in the hands of man. Twood or no Twood I am born to succeed.

I would advise you to eradicate this usual “I no send” “abegi” mentality and try to always pick out the truth in every harsh words to work better on yourself. Why should you be worried about what someone said as long as you pick a point out of it. This is a faceless forum and if I were you, I’ll just extract the facts in the rankings and leave the rest for the thread.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by omoluabiguy: 8:43pm On Dec 06, 2017
Englishboy:


Beeni ooo. Make i tell you something bro.

I was looking at my parents pictures smiling the other day when i saw twood comment about "nigerians are as dishonest and fraudulent". I looked at my parents picture again and this thought came saying if what your parents you adore so much are as dishonest and fraudulent? The thought just flashed through my mind.

That is to show you how words can go a long way but then i remembered he's also nigerian with family and i concluded in my heart that then " His family are also as dishonest and fraudulent" if what he's saying about Nigerians are true


You are such a confusionist and one of the problems we have as a nation. Infact you should be ashamed of your self for blaming TWoods for the way you think. Is he responsible for the way you translate his advise into your own thoughts or has he in anyway mentioned your parents? People like you are the major problems we have as a country! I can only feel so sorry for you. Is this the kind of mentality you want to use to raise your own kids? You really have a long way to go

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Mitchely: 8:46pm On Dec 06, 2017
omoluabiguy:


So you still want to go ahead to reschedule another interview after getting the reason they were denied at first? Well, this is one of the things TWoods keeps scolding people on, but because of the fact that we fail to adhere to our reality, you get to see people of like minds attacking the dude for giving the bitter truth! I can only wish you all the best bro, but believe me the VO has recorded every details so regardless how many times you reapply, the next VO would see the details on their system!

Yes I will, hoping a good explanation of the change of plans will clear all doubt. I believe the VO's themselves make plans daily and revise them as circumstances change. Twoods please come lash me and advise me way forward, hope the flu smiley is back a bit sha.
And how does one adhere to the reality of his heart and soul being elsewhere, and he has the means to have them all in one place?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by snoopylinus(m): 9:07pm On Dec 06, 2017
I have said it,and would continue saying it,oga T wood abeg insult me,make i gain advice,make anybody insult me give me advice cos sometimes good advice sounds like insult
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by kindaguy(m): 9:12pm On Dec 06, 2017
MissPezz:

I don't know how to do it. Can you teach me sir?
hello. pls can i get ur mail.. am also applying nursing
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by iCool(m): 9:12pm On Dec 06, 2017
jerrypeacelinks:

Please house, last week I posted my visa delay transcript where majority of us here didn't see any issues with my responses. Please, my question is, when asked, WHAT HAS CHANGED IN MY APPLICATION, how best do I approach that question?

What if nothing was wrong with all your answers and they only need another visa fee from you? cheesy

One thing I think you can do differently is relate your master's program in a better way to the current job you do.

Be ready to link masters Maths and Statistics to your undergraduate Computer science (why the swicth) and tell them what skills will be learnt from your masters program that will be of benefit to you in your bank job (since you mentioned that previously, it is good for home tie).
I guess you already did this in your SOP, please say it again in the interview, nothing was wrong from your transcript.

I will be expecting to see you in Tamuk smiley, don't worry yourself too much. The interview questions are harder than what it was for Fall 2017!
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by iCool(m): 9:20pm On Dec 06, 2017
For those coming to the Javelina Nation - Jerrypeacelinks, tosinooo, realdude88, cephas0009 and others i do not know of, you can reach me by quoting this post with your whatsapp number or email or you mail icoolnaija@gmail.com.

For any assistance you need, from the smallest to the biggest, we can find a way to make it work.



Landing at San Antonio airport (2hours 30mins) and Corpus Christi airport (1hour) to school are convenient but more expensive.

George Bush IAH (4hours to kingsville) - the most preferred and cheaper option for those landing here for school - is like 35minutes from Greyhound at 2121 Main street Houston and cost around $40 by Uber.
Then about $70 Greyhound Houston to Kingsville. This price fluctuates.
Plus an additional $15-$20 to get to 'your apartment' from your last stop at kingsville.

There are cheaper options to do this, one being the group >>TAMUK rides<< on facebook.
You can also schedule a pickup organised by the school, IAH to school, but you need to book this.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 9:53pm On Dec 06, 2017
Sanctus1:


vo ; you could have gone for masters in clinical lab

me ; I would need a first degree in clinical lab before I can go for a masters in clinical lab.

vo : am very sure you can do a masters in clinical lab ,having gotten all the prerequisite in your first degree


Yeap the Vo is right . you can go for a masters in clinical lab ...... easily.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by lomodele(m): 10:07pm On Dec 06, 2017
isaacology:
It has been God all the way,my visa was approved on Monday morning,4th of December. I was interviewed by a tiny lady at the last window. Thanks to Walspring for paying my Sevis fee for me and his words of encouragement. And to my amazing friends.

The Interview went this way
Vo: good morning
Me: good morning
Me : how was ur weekend?
VO: It was fine, and yours
Me: great
VO: You are going to study in US right
Me: yes
VO: How do you know about this school?
Me: it was recommended by mom's friend whose son finished from the same school.
VO: what is your highest degree?
Me: Bachelor degree
VO: when did you finish?
Me: 2014
VO: who is your sponsor?
VO: My mom and I was given a scholarship by the school
VO: Why?
Me: because of my outstanding academic performance where I have 4.31 of 5 scale ,and 3.65 of 4 scale .
VO: how did you get it?
Me: I only sent my transcript
VO: What was your project doing your undergraduate?
Me: ( I can't remember, I stammered for while with incoherent sentences) Misconceptions of history where I identify how to use history to solve crises and violence such a Bokoharam in a historical way which I conducted in University of Lagos. I also took it to public school to inculcate spirit of patriotism in them.
VO: what part of history will you be studying?
Me: World history, because I will be teaching IGCSE history when I returned to Nigeria.
VO: Do know anybody in Us
Me: No
A moment of silence
And the magic word came

It is God's favour and grace nothing else. No document was asked even I dont have any.
This is a great thread,it was introduced to me late last year, very helpful.

Where is TWoods? grin this is GOD'S FAVOUR I don run grin

As in no document was asked (l-20& Passport)?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 10:09pm On Dec 06, 2017
Mitchely:
Good day all, my wife and daughter F2 visa delayed at Abuja this morning majorly because I stated during my own interview they were not coming with me which was true at the time.
Please any helpful advice? And when is the next available date in Abuja? I am so devastated right now.

The VOs aren’t as stupid as you think. You most likely claimed your family wasn’t coming with you so you could use them as home ties and improve your visa chances. Now you want to sneak them in through the backdoor.

Second, in another post, you claimed the VOs should understand as they make changes as things happen daily. Well true. But a decision to move an entire family to the US on an F2 visa is not a decision you make over a bowl of eba. You must have thought this through for weeks and months... since your wife would have to quit her job, a decision no one takes lightly.

Don’t be devastated dear, you’re the architect of your own pain. The VOs are free to change their minds as they wish, the US is their home country. You are also free to change plans as you wish, in Nigeria. Stay home and enjoy the fruits of your own dishonesty. God isn’t mocked.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by sirhamilton(m): 10:13pm On Dec 06, 2017
iCool:
For those coming to the Javelina Nation - Jerrypeacelinks, tosinooo, realdude88, cephas0009 and others i do not know of, you can reach me by quoting this post with your whatsapp number or email or you mail icoolnaija@gmail.com.

For any assistance you need, from the smallest to the biggest, we can find a way to make it work.



Landing at San Antonio airport (2hours 30mins) and Corpus Christi airport (1hour) to school are convenient but more expensive.

George Bush IAH (4hours to kingsville) - the most preferred and cheaper option for those landing here for school - is like 35minutes from Greyhound at 2121 Main street Houston and cost around $40 by Uber.
Then about $70 Greyhound Houston to Kingsville. This price fluctuates.
Plus an additional $15-$20 to get to 'your apartment' from your last stop at kingsville.

There are cheaper options to do this, one being the group >>TAMUK rides<< on facebook.
You can also schedule a pickup organised by the school, IAH to school, but you need to book this.





icool!!!
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by TWoods(m): 10:20pm On Dec 06, 2017
Mitchely:

Thank you for your advice, very helpful as I am even in the process of reapplying for them. How do we manage visit visas for a 4-5 years PhD program. Are plans not allowed to change over a 4-5 years duration. Moreover, the question are they coming with you appeared to mean are they coming with you at the moment? Maybe I should have answered, No but they will join me later.

Plans are allowed to change, if you’re honest about it upfront. If you had claimed your family was coming on f2 visas, they would have asked you how you intend to fend for them, since your wife won’t be able to work and you most likely would have needed to present financial documents to prove that you can survive with little income. Second, that would have removed a major tie for you and you most likely would be asked other questions.

Plans are allowed to change but VOs have to strictly apply the law. This is not Nigeria where sentiment rules. How you manage visit visas (if you get one since they got you on a lie) is not their problem.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Messibliss207(f): 10:30pm On Dec 06, 2017
TWoods:


The VOs aren’t as stupid as you think. You most likely claimed your family wasn’t coming with you so you could use them as home ties and improve your visa chances. Now you want to sneak them in through the backdoor.

Second, in another post, you claimed the VOs should understand as they make changes as things happen daily. Well true. But a decision to move an entire family to the US on an F2 visa is not a decision you make over a bowl of eba. You must have thought this through for weeks and months... since your wife would have to quit her job, a decision no one takes lightly.

Don’t be devastated dear, you’re the architect of your own pain. The VOs are free to change their minds as they wish, the US is their home country. You are also free to change plans as you wish, in Nigeria. Stay home and enjoy the fruits of your own dishonesty. God isn’t mocked.
lol this guy is something!

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Mitchely: 10:35pm On Dec 06, 2017
TWoods:


The VOs aren’t as stupid as you think. You most likely claimed your family wasn’t coming with you so you could use them as home ties and improve your visa chances. Now you want to sneak them in through the backdoor.

Second, in another post, you claimed the VOs should understand as they make changes as things happen daily. Well true. But a decision to move an entire family to the US on an F2 visa is not a decision you make over a bowl of eba. You must have thought this through for weeks and months... since your wife would have to quit her job, a decision no one takes lightly.

Don’t be devastated dear, you’re the architect of your own pain. The VOs are free to change their minds as they wish, the US is their home country. You are also free to change plans as you wish, in Nigeria. Stay home and enjoy the fruits of your own dishonesty. God isn’t mocked.
Phew... embarassed no iota of the flu left oo. In the midst of all the lashing, I am still searching for an advice. The decision to move an entire family can actually be made over an eba when you land a scholarship that covers the pay of spouse a hundred folds. Stay home? Sneak? God isn't mocked? I don't think you get my story clearly. Thanks anyway.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by dayoseun70: 10:42pm On Dec 06, 2017
Well this is true bro, I think I agree with Twoods on this one. You should have thought it through before the interview and at least be honest. I love honest people that's why I like Twoods, I don't just like the way he talks ni.
So bro go back and be truthful to those guys called VO
TWoods:


Plans are allowed to change, if you’re honest about it upfront. If you had claimed your family was coming on f2 visas, they would have asked you how you intend to fend for them, since your wife won’t be able to work and you most likely would have needed to present financial documents to prove that you can survive with little income. Second, that would have removed a major tie for you and you most likely would be asked other questions.

Plans are allowed to change but VOs have to strictly apply the law. This is not Nigeria where sentiment rules. How you manage visit visas (if you get one since they got you on a lie) is not their problem.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by LagosismyHome(f): 10:42pm On Dec 06, 2017
Mitchely:

Phew... embarassed no iota of the flu left oo. In the midst of all the lashing, I am still searching for an advice. The decision to move an entire family can actually be made over an eba when you land a scholarship that covers the pay of spouse a hundred folds (leteraly). Stay home? Sneak? God isn't mocked? I don't think you get my story clearly. Thanks anyway.

You need to thread careful so you dont cause a trail of denial because i seen cases where the embassy will eat eba on the person passport and be dishing out the rejection

If you had said no initally however the question was framed...then it best to go a semester or even a year and they go to the embassy . But if u insist on doing it now now ,going again after a rejection then that a risk i guess u are willing to take.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by aanu007(m): 10:46pm On Dec 06, 2017
First time Twoods blow my mind.


TWoods:


The VOs aren’t as stupid as you think. You most likely claimed your family wasn’t coming with you so you could use them as home ties and improve your visa chances. Now you want to sneak them in through the backdoor.

Second, in another post, you claimed the VOs should understand as they make changes as things happen daily. Well true. But a decision to move an entire family to the US on an F2 visa is not a decision you make over a bowl of eba. You must have thought this through for weeks and months... since your wife would have to quit her job, a decision no one takes lightly.

Don’t be devastated dear, you’re the architect of your own pain. The VOs are free to change their minds as they wish, the US is their home country. You are also free to change plans as you wish, in Nigeria. Stay home and enjoy the fruits of your own dishonesty. God isn’t mocked.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Mitchely: 10:52pm On Dec 06, 2017
LagosismyHome:


You need to thread careful so you dont cause a trail of denial because i seen cases where the embassy will eat eba on the person passport and be dishing out the rejection

If you had said no initally however the question was framed...then it best to go a semester or even a year and they go to the embassy . But if u insist on doing it now now ,going again after a rejection then that a risk i guess u are willing to take.

Ok, Thank you. It is actually a semester after my initial no.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Philadelphia: 10:53pm On Dec 06, 2017
omoluabiguy:


So you still want to go ahead to reschedule another interview after getting the reason they were denied at first? Well, this is one of the things TWoods keeps scolding people on, but because of the fact that we fail to adhere to our reality, you get to see people of like minds attacking the dude for giving the bitter truth! I can only wish you all the best bro, but believe me the VO has recorded every details so regardless how many times you reapply, the next VO would see the details on their system!

Who is Twoods to scold anyone? What right does he have to do that? Na him dey pay visa fee abi sevis fee?
If he is your god, just know that he is not everyother person's god.
Make you and Twoods park well.

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Philadelphia: 10:56pm On Dec 06, 2017
omoluabiguy:


I would advise you to eradicate this usual “I no send” “abegi” mentality and try to always pick out the truth in every harsh words to work better on yourself. Why should you be worried about what someone said as long as you pick a point out of it. This is a faceless forum and if I were you, I’ll just extract the facts in the rankings and leave the rest for the thread.

Eradicate what? Taah shift.
I no send you or twoods.
With my posts, you think say I send anybody before? undecided

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 12 by Mitchely: 10:57pm On Dec 06, 2017
dayoseun70:
Well this is true bro, I think I agree with Twoods on this one. You should have thought it through before the interview and at least be honest. I love honest people that's why I like Twoods, I don't just like the way he talks ni.
So bro go back and be truthful to those guys called VO
Ok, Thank you.

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