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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 4:58pm On Dec 18, 2017
cnonwnuwsp17:
Visa granted

Submitted at VFS 24th Friday Nov 2017 (VFS Abuja)

Passport received 15th Friday 2017 (Exactly 3 weeks)

Griffith College Dublin

MSc Big Data Management and analytics

Thanks to everyone here for their contributions


Congratulations.....team Griffith college increasing in number...
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 5:04pm On Dec 18, 2017
Noirdeblanc:

good day, I want to ask if my maternal aunt can be my sponsor when applying for visa and what is the minimum balance that should be in her account for it to fly.
Yes she can be your sponsor but make sure her sponsorship letter is very comprehensive I.e stating why she is sponsoring you and what she stand to gain since she is not your parent. The minimum account statement is EUR 7000 (#3.1m) but please don't do a lump deposit of cash oo.... Let the account read a steady flow of money....
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chrisokhamera(m): 5:16pm On Dec 18, 2017
cnonwnuwsp17:
Visa granted

Submitted at VFS 24th Friday Nov 2017 (VFS Abuja)

Passport received 15th Friday 2017 (Exactly 3 weeks)

Griffith College Dublin

MSc Big Data Management and analytics

Thanks to everyone here for their contributions



Congratulations
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by RAY12345(m): 6:59pm On Dec 18, 2017
Glokit:

Yes she can be your sponsor but make sure her sponsorship letter is very comprehensive I.e stating why she is sponsoring you and what she stand to gain since she is not your parent. The minimum account statement is EUR 7000 (#3.1m) but please don't do a lump deposit of cash oo.... Let the account read a steady flow of money....

Hello Glokit, @bold, that's after tuition payment right?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by cnonwnuwsp17: 9:02pm On Dec 18, 2017
Oniemmanuelt:

Would the remaining tuition be paid in second semester or immediately wen one resumes

It depends on the school arrangement on how tuition are paid, either in full or parts
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ceceliaa34(f): 1:10pm On Dec 19, 2017
Please, how much is Visa fee?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 7:30pm On Dec 19, 2017
RAY12345:


Hello Glokit, @bold, that's after tuition payment right?
Yes... After tuition fee
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 7:33pm On Dec 19, 2017
ceceliaa34:
Please, how much is Visa fee?
It Depends in whether you are applying for single or multiple entry.... But check there website... It's written there. Also ensure wen going to the embassy you go with the cash and not transfer or pos.....
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ceceliaa34(f): 8:52am On Dec 20, 2017
Glokit:

It Depends in whether you are applying for single or multiple entry.... But check there website... It's written there. Also ensure wen going to the embassy you go with the cash and not transfer or pos.....

Okay thanks. How does one go about filling the host form on the online application? I dont have family in Dublin.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 9:13am On Dec 20, 2017
ceceliaa34:


Okay thanks. How does one go about filling the host form on the online application? I dont have family in Dublin.
Which one is host form? I don't think you will fill that since u don't know any1 in Dublin
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ceceliaa34(f): 9:44am On Dec 20, 2017
Glokit:

Which one is host form? I don't think you will fill that since u don't know any1 in Dublin

I mean on the online application, there's a part where I was asked to fill in host/accommodation details. Tried to leave it blank but couldn't proceed any further.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chrisokhamera(m): 3:03pm On Dec 20, 2017
ceceliaa34:


Okay thanks. How does one go about filling the host form on the online application? I dont have family in Dublin.

If you're going for work or study, you'll have to fill in the information of the employer or college as your host

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Johnny99: 7:10pm On Dec 20, 2017
Please who is in Ireland on here
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 10:05am On Dec 22, 2017
For those of us going to Ireland (Dublin to be precise)... What's up with accommodation... The ones have seen no b joke oooo...freaking expensive... If u have a solution kindly suggest
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:01am On Dec 23, 2017
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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:56am On Dec 23, 2017
Wishing you all a Merry Christmas, a Happy and Prosperous 2018

..From us all @ Inspiring Careers and Solutions NIGERIA (@ICASNIGERIA

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Baybie: 10:47pm On Dec 25, 2017
Hi all, got admission for masters into Griffith College Dublin, its for September entry, i will be back when its time to apply for visa. Thank you all for your assistance, Merry Christmas! smiley

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 8:21am On Dec 26, 2017
Season Greetings

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 12:41pm On Dec 26, 2017
Glokit:
For those of us going to Ireland (Dublin to be precise)... What's up with accommodation... The ones have seen no b joke oooo...freaking expensive... If u have a solution kindly suggest

No Solution o......Na to find their money o but i guess as time goes on and we know the city we can move to cheaper accomodations outside the city
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 8:40pm On Dec 26, 2017
pristine88:


No Solution o......Na to find their money o but i guess as time goes on and we know the city we can move to cheaper accomodations outside the city
Are you going to Ireland too? If yes which college or university?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by rapheal5(m): 9:17pm On Dec 26, 2017
Is this thread meant for only people who want to study there what about those who want to work and live there
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by rapheal5(m): 9:23pm On Dec 26, 2017
Useless thread why won't u talk about working visa
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 7:28pm On Dec 27, 2017
rapheal5:
Useless thread why won't u talk about working visa

It can only be useless to you.....
Very useful to others.... Instead of you to ask about your problem (working visa) u are here writing rubbish

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lovesavvi: 6:16pm On Dec 28, 2017
Glokit:


It can only be useless to you.....
Very useful to others.... Instead of you to ask about your problem (working visa) u are here writing rubbish
pls after I paid 6k euro as deposit of tuition fees, how much can I show as minimum acct balance . Self sponsor thanks.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Nobody: 8:58pm On Dec 28, 2017
lovesavvi:
pls after I paid 6k euro as deposit of tuition fees, how much can I show as minimum acct balance . Self sponsor thanks.
If you can show your maintenance fee of 7000 euro and your tuition balance it will help

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by chrisokhamera(m): 9:51pm On Dec 28, 2017
lekibraky:

If you can show your maintenance fee of 7000 euro and your tuition balance it will help

Yes. About 4 - 6m I think

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by candycush(m): 11:11pm On Dec 28, 2017
ICaSNg:
SPOILER ALERT:
==========

If you're interested in September, 2018 admissions in Ireland and an offer to study at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT);
Few members of the admission team will be in Nigeria in December, 2017.

N.B: Only viable candidates please----People who are serious, have at least a 2:2 in their bachelors degree or Masters degree and are able to afford the tuition fees should DM me PLEASE.

Not to be rude; please be aware there will be a vetting process to clarify that those who show interest can follow through on the admission offer.
***DIT Tuition fees for 2017/2018 is EUR 12,500 and at least EUR 6,000 is required as deposit before visa can be processed.

Other requirements apply and only max of 5 applicants will be processed to meet with the International Officer from DIT.

***No application /registration fee is required***

Cheers.

Pls im interested if its still open

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by candycush(m): 11:17pm On Dec 28, 2017
Cynate:

Both
Me and hubby cool
. Pls send me a mail. I need urgent help. Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:53am On Dec 29, 2017
As shared on : General Irish Visiting visa Thread:

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Credit: dotcomnamename

N.B: This may apply to new students who will be studying in the Republic of Ireland as from January, 2018 and henceforth.***

OFFICIAL:


From 11 December 2017 the new Irish Residence Permit (IRP) has replaced the 'GNIB card'. Do not apply for an IRP until your current GNIB card expires.

The Irish Residence Permit (IRP) is your registration certificate. You will be given an IRP whenever you register with immigration. Your IRP is a very important document and you must carry it with you at all times.

The new IRP has exactly the same legal status as the old GNIB card. It does not give you any new rights or entitlements and your responsibilities stay the same.

Do not apply for a new IRP if you currently hold a valid GNIB card. Wait until your GNIB card expires (or is lost or stolen) and then apply as normal.

About the Irish Residence Permit (IRP)
An Irish Residence Permit (IRP) indicates:

That your immigration permission to stay in Ireland has been registered
The type of immigration permission you have, ie stamp number
The IRP is not an identity card. It is a registration certificate. It is not valid for any reason except to certify that you are registered with immigration in Ireland.

You must carry your IRP with you at all times and present it to an immigration officer or a member of An Garda Síochána (police) if requested. This includes whenever you leave or re-enter the country.



What an Irish Residence Permit (IRP) looks like
The Irish Residence Permit (IRP) is a credit-card sized plastic card that displays basic information about you. This includes:


Your name, photo, date of birth and registration number
A brief description of your immigration permission, including your permission stamp number
A microchip with a copy of your photo, fingerprints and personal details as above
The IRP does not give you any new rights or entitlements.

For example, an IRP does not allow you to travel to or live freely in other EU countries. All existing travel and immigration rules still apply.

It is your responsibility to check what you need to enter other countries before you travel.

Who needs an Irish Residence Permit (IRP) ?

If you are a non-EU/EEA and non-Swiss citizen and you wish to stay in Ireland for any reason for longer than 90 days, you must apply for immigration permission and (if successful) then register. If your registration is successful, you will then be issued with an Irish Residence Permit (IRP).

To register you must:

Be a non-EU/EEA and non-Swiss national
Be aged 16 or older
Go to a registration office in-person
If you wish to stay in Ireland past the expiry date on your IRP, you must apply to extend your immigration permission and renew your registration. If successful, you will be given a new IRP.

An IRP costs €300 per person every time you register and renew.

You may also have to pay for a new IRP if your current card is lost or stolen.

How Irish Residence Permits (IRP) are issued
The process for issuing Irish Residence Permits (IRP) is different if you register in Dublin or outside Dublin.

Registration in Dublin:

If your register in Dublin, the immigration officer will arrange to send your IRP to you by post.

Make sure to confirm your exact address (including Eircode) before you leave the registration office.

Your IRP should arrive within 5 to 10 working days. If it does not arrive within 10 working days, contact us.

Registration outside Dublin
If your register outside Dublin, the immigration officer will arrange a date/time for you to return to the registration office to collect your IRP.

You cannot get an IRP during your first visit to a registration office outside Dublin because parts of the process are managed centrally.

You must return to the registration office to collect your IRP.

Change or update your details:

You must contact the Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service (INIS) to update your registration information if your personal details or circumstances change, for example:

You change your home/postal address
We made an error, eg we misspelled your name
Other details change, eg you change your name/gender
In some cases, we may issue you with a new Irish Residence Permit (IRP).

You must contact the Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service (INIS) to update your registration details.

Lost or stolen Irish Residence Permit (IRP) or GNIB card
You must contact us if your Irish Residence Permit (IRP) or GNIB card is lost or stolen.

You must also contact the Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service (INIS) if you were issued with a new IRP by post in Dublin, but it did not arrive after 10 working days.

The INIS will then investigate and (if necessary) prepare a replacement for you.

For more information about this new update, click here http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/irish-residence-permit

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Glokit(m): 8:08am On Dec 29, 2017
lovesavvi:
pls after I paid 6k euro as deposit of tuition fees, how much can I show as minimum acct balance . Self sponsor thanks.

A minimum of €7000 and please don't do a lump deposit in the account... Since its a self sponsor package...u will write a comprehensive sponsor letter cos u will need to tell them how you came about EUR7k

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 11:38am On Dec 29, 2017
Glokit:

Are you going to Ireland too? If yes which college or university?


Griffith
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Hernes: 5:01pm On Dec 29, 2017
Good day my elders.Please i am interested in studying nursing in Ireland.I got to understand that i am required to go for a foundation program before been accepted to study over there.I have gone through the thread but i can't find any valuable information pertaining to bachelor degree in nursing or foundation programme.Please my Ogas can you help me out with schools over there with easy admission into the foundation programme that guarantees automatic entrance into the university.

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