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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 1:50pm On Jul 11
Go to U tube and search for PTE exams with jay or go to www,E2language.com. its really helpful

wealthmiq:
Thanks. I was able to pay with a voucher. Can someone please point me towards any reliable study materials for the PTE?

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 1:51pm On Jul 11
Thanks
[quote author=Dwebb55 post=80149413][/quote]
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chibabe4Christ: 1:56pm On Jul 11
CONGRATULATIONS

Dreamchaserz:
Visa Issued!
LIT, September intake.
Submitted 20th May
Stamped 5th, July
Received 11th July.



Mykhelz958 you are next in line!
Congrats in advance.


Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by candyluv15: 2:13pm On Jul 11
[quote][/quote] @blessedolamide

thanks alot....
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by candyluv15: 2:14pm On Jul 11
Blessedolamide:


Hi, getting accommodation in Dublin is not easy but then, different people have different experience. I will advise you to book a temporary hostel on booking.com for 1-2weeks. For some hostels, you won't have to pay any deposit to book a space while others may require a deposit of 5-10% of the actual amount. By doing that, you will have a place to stay for a while and search properly for a room/apartment of your choice.

Rents.ie , daft.ie and hosting power are the major sites for searching. Another option is discussing your challenge with people on ground. Someone may know someone who knows where there's vacancy. Information flows alot. This worked for me.

Cheers!!!!

Thanks alot.i really appreciate...
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by candyluv15: 2:16pm On Jul 11
Mydavids:
Although it isn’t easy to find accommodation close to school, you can get one that should be 30 or 45 minutes bus to school. Which is mostly cheaper and more convenient, that’s what most of us did. Shalom.

Thanks a lot. i really appreciate..
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by candyluv15: 2:21pm On Jul 11
wealthmiq:
Hello. Please how do you guys pay for the PTE? It won't accept any of my cards and now I am locked out of my account, I guess for trying too many times.

check your bank ATM card.it might be that it has not yet been activated for quick teller use.i had the same problem but my bank helped me activate my account for online payment. Your bank can help you out...
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Leesah13: 2:44pm On Jul 11
Critical skills include IT,Engineering,Account(Finance) , Business and health(Pharmacy).
The medical insurance you can either use your school address or Nigerian address.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 3:37pm On Jul 11
For those going to LIT, the link below are some accommodation providers you can check out. Please ensure to use google maps to determine the proximity of these addresses to LIT campus before making a booking.



http://www.lit.ie/Accommodation/Pages/LIT.aspx


Regards
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Awesometreasure: 7:38pm On Jul 11
Pls will it be too late to apply for a student visa around the end of this month for September entry? I am having issues collecting my renewed passport from Ikeja immigration office since I did my data capturing in June
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ANEGBE84: 10:03pm On Jul 11
[quote author=Chibabe4Christ post=80161315]Check Griffith ... They have February intake too for Masters at Limerick and cork campus


Ok thank you so much
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ANEGBE84: 10:05pm On Jul 11
Chuchu27:

PLS which school did U apply for that is resuming January


Hey. I'm about to begin my visa process against January of next year, as I unfortunately will not be able to meet with September intake. I'll be using an Eurobond with no intention to submit my sponsor's statement of account ( My mum). The account hasn't had substantial cash flow and we are understandably worried that this might ultimately get me a visa rejection. My agent is however skeptical about solely opting for Eurobond w/o submitting my sponsors statement. She claims this will still get me rejected and she has seen cases of that happening.

Can you please reply with a list of the supporting documents you submitted or the friend of yours who was able to get his visa, did? She claims it might boil down to this. If there's anyone who got a visa through the Eurobond route, I'd also appreciate the supporting documents you had to attach to help bolster your case
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 12:31am On Jul 12
Yvonneochulo:
@Dreamchaserz please I need your contact or I’ll drop mine please call me ASAP �������� 08114332998

I am not giving you my contact and I'm not going to contact you either.

Take your silly games elsewhere!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by weiny: 12:52am On Jul 12
what is so wrong about him?

Dreamchaserz:


I am not giving you my contact and I'm not going to contact you either.

Take your silly games elsewhere!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Awesometreasure: 6:48am On Jul 12
P
Awesometreasure:
Pls will it be too late to apply for a student visa around the end of this month for September entry? I am having issues collecting my renewed passport from Ikeja immigration office since I did my data capturing in June
.

Pls can someone respond to this. Can I still apply for a students visa at the end of this month for September entry
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by lilshon(m): 7:05am On Jul 12
Awesometreasure:
P.

Pls can someone respond to this. Can I still apply for a students visa at the end of this month for September entry

Processing takes 6 - 8 weeks. Do you think there'll be enough time before the session starts ? If yes then go ahead.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 7:12am On Jul 12
weiny:
what is so wrong about him?


Don't worry Miss, he understands what I said. grin
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Awesometreasure: 7:25am On Jul 12
lilshon:


Processing takes 6 - 8 weeks. Do you think there'll be enough time before the session starts ? If yes then go ahead.

Thanks for responding. Lectures are starting on the 18th of September hence my worry
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yvonneochulo: 7:46am On Jul 12
Dreamchaserz:


I am not giving you my contact and I'm not going to contact you either.

Take your silly games elsewhere!
Am not even a He, that was so wicked and disrespectful of you this is my first time writing on this forum because I really need help and this this is what I get. So you are now so important because you’ve gotten your study visa I thought you were given citizenship. Las las na all of us go dey alright sad
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yvonneochulo: 8:00am On Jul 12
Please I need help oooooo
I just received my second study visa refusal note from Canada, so just this week I applied to Griffith College and DCU for a Masters course for September intake am hoping to get my acceptance letter next week.
* please would my Canadian refusal affect my study visa
* I do not have any reasonable home tie to Nigeria am just about to finish my NYSC
Please can anyone provide me with the documents I need for my visa application, so I can start getting it ready cry

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by alusiala: 8:17am On Jul 12
Yvonneochulo:
Please I need help oooooo
I just received my second study visa refusal note from Canada, so just this week I applied to Griffith College and DCU for a Masters course for September intake am hoping to get my acceptance letter next week.
* please would my Canadian refusal affect my study visa
* I do not have any reasonable home tie to Nigeria am just about to finish my NYSC
Please can anyone provide me with the documents I need for my visa application, so I can start getting it ready cry

* You have to include all previous visa refusals when you apply for your Irish visa. If you don't disclose all, they will find out and can refuse your Irish study visa.

* Documents needed for Visa applications are here
www.inis.gov.ie/en/inis/pages/study
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yvonneochulo: 8:28am On Jul 12
alusiala:


* You have to include all previous visa refusals when you apply for your Irish visa. If you don't disclose all, they will find out and can refuse your Irish study visa.

* Documents needed for Visa applications are here
www.inis.gov.ie/en/inis/pages/study
Thank you smiley I’ve been seeing stuffs about BONDS I don’t quite understand it
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dreamchaserz(m): 9:03am On Jul 12
Yvonneochulo:

Am not even a He, that was so wicked and disrespectful of you this is my first time writing on this forum because I really need help and this this is what I get. So you are now so important because you’ve gotten your study visa I thought you were given citizenship. Las las na all of us go dey alright sad

Hello Yvonneochulo,

This is an open apology to you. I'm sorry I sounded the way I did.
Recently, spammers have taken over this thread contacting visa hopefuls posing as if they are already in Ireland and offering to help pay for one thing or the other.

I'm sorry if I jumped too quickly into conclusion without hearing you out first. I was very mad at the two scoundrels that sent me a pm yesterday telling to send money so they can help me sort accommodation out.

Funny thing is that they like you too registered just yesterday so i hastily and erroneously concluded it was the same person hiding under a different moniker.

I'm very sorry if I hurt you. Please accept my apologies.

I am sending you a pm now so I can also apologize privately.


Cheers

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by femzyacess: 9:06am On Jul 12
Yvonneochulo:

Thank you smiley I’ve been seeing stuffs about BONDS I don’t quite understand it
Hi Dear...
One of the things on the documents required is proof of funds...now you need a statement of account from your sponsor as you haven't worked and might not have the funds required for your living expense in your account...
If your sponsor has a robust statement of account over 6months, then you can tender it..in the case where the sponsor does not have same.. Education Bond is ideal..this is a process where you move funds to the Irish government which would be credited back to the account you open in Ireland...Hope that helps.
Cheers and Goodluck.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by femzyacess: 9:08am On Jul 12
Chibabe4Christ:
CONGRATULATIONS

Hi Guys..who submitted in June and what date...any positive results yet?
I did on the 17th

Can't wait
Can someone tell me am next?����
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chuchu27: 9:16am On Jul 12
[quote author=ANEGBE84 post=80176110][/quote]

Griffith College
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by mykhelz958: 9:54am On Jul 12
Awesometreasure:
P.

Pls can someone respond to this. Can I still apply for a students visa at the end of this month for September entry

Yes I think so caz I heard processing times reduce to like 3 - 4 weeks wen school resumption is closer. Please reconfirm
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Yvonneochulo: 10:48am On Jul 12
femzyacess:

Hi Dear...
One of the things on the documents required is proof of funds...now you need a statement of account from your sponsor as you haven't worked and might not have the funds required for your living expense in your account...
If your sponsor has a robust statement of account over 6months, then you can tender it..in the case where the sponsor does not have same.. Education Bond is ideal..this is a process where you move funds to the Irish government which would be credited back to the account you open in Ireland...Hope that helps.
Cheers and Goodluck.
Thank you so much dear... what about home ties and travel history cos I have none undecided
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by alusiala: 11:07am On Jul 12
mykhelz958:


Yes I think so caz I heard processing times reduce to like 3 - 4 weeks wen school resumption is closer. Please reconfirm
I honestly hope this is true. I am not ready to apply anytime soon, maybe 2/3 weeks time.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by alusiala: 11:09am On Jul 12
Yvonneochulo:

Thank you so much dear... what about home ties and travel history cos I have none undecided
A lack of Travel history doesn't matter. As long as you've not been banned from any country or something.

How come you have no home ties? I'm guessing you're in your 20s, so there's nothing keeping you here?

No family? None?

Anyway when yoj for a student visa. You will need to state that you're going to come back to Nigeria after your studies.

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