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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pacypatty(f): 7:40pm On Aug 14
nua07:


Just go ahead and ask your questions

Thanks so much
My sister studied geophysics with 2:2 she wants to go for her masters in Ireland she needs lots of guidance on how to go about everything.

Then for me I would love to be directed to family relocation to Ireland section for myself and family (family of 5). Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Christeety: 7:49pm On Aug 14
PartnerusIsBack:
Congrats to all those who have secured their visas and I say a warm welcome to the Republic of Ireland. Someone prior before now has already stated the procedures to settling down here on arrival and so there won’t be need for me to repeat same. I am only going to give my advise based on personal experience. Please let it be noted here that whatsoever I state here is entirely my personal opinion and remains that way.
First, I will start with the positive sides. Ireland is a nice place to study and work with lots of opportunities. If you are the hardworking type and not extravagant, be rest assured that you will be able to meet your personal needs and still have a sizeable amount as savings too. The country is to a gross extent highly secured, good infrastructure and lots of other features associated with first world countries. No doubt, you will find it worthwhile studying and working here in Ireland.
To the other side of the coin, Ireland like everywhere else won’t give you what you deserve but that which you fight for. What do I mean? There is nothing like empathy here. No one gives a damn about you. You are entirely responsible for everything concerning you. Imagine your landlord or landlady wave at you as she drives pass you just as you stand at the bus top waiting for the Dublin bus even though she heading same direction as you. Please don’t misunderstand it all. It’s just their communal principle I guess. It’s same thing we call OYO. No one fucking cares if you exist. So please do not come here thinking empathy will get you anywhere. Nope it won’t. You will only get what you truly fought for and rightfully deserve. .
Secondly, racism here is taking a whole new dimension. Here in Ireland they don’t exhibit it openly but rather do so in what I would tag a polite way. What would you call a situation where it’s rare to see them sit next to you inside the bus except mostly in scenario where the bus is filled up and there isn’t any space left? My brother, please don’t feel bad when you experience this cause you are most obviously going to witness such from time to time. It’s just a norm for them here with the elderly ones exempted. The older ones can easily identify with you but same isn’t the situation with the younger folks. So please brace up and start developing thick skin cause you are obviously going to need that here.
For those of you that will be retiring home from work at odd hours of the night, please turn deaf ears to junkies if you ever come across them. This problem is not peculiar to Ireland only. Is everywhere but my advise is that you turn deaf ears to their rantings if you ever come across them for your personal safety.
Lastly, please carry yourselves as ambassadors of Nigeria. Keep the flag flying here and refrain from acts capable of denting our already battered image as a country. I once scolded a fellow able bodied Nigerian fellow who has made it a habit of begging at odd hours of the night at the city center. On the pretense of been stranded and needed financial assistance to get home. I first fell for it only for him to come again another night unknowing it was me. But for the fact that we are same national I would have called the Garda officials who were close proximity from where I was to effect his arrest. Please for the newbies, if you ever come across him at odd hours of the night, don’t fall for that gimmick as he only approaches black guys.
Ireland is a land of opportunities. Lots of both blue and white collar jobs. Work hard and be proud of your humble beginning. It’s never ever going to be easy. I repeat, it won’t be easy at first but with time as time passes by, things will begin to work for your good IF and ONLY IF you are steadfast and hardworking. Please avoid toxic friends here. Trust me they are much here. I know many who started very focused at first and then as time passes by they lost it and it’s now jamboree. Always remember your family And where you come from. Don’t ever be carried away with staying in Ireland cause that’s not achievement.
Making it in Ireland and coming back home to assist your family and folks in whatever possible is the real achievement.
One last comment, for the guys, if you have a serious relationship back home, please do not jettison it cause here, their young white girls mostly prefer their white guys. Ireland isn’t fully ripe like the UK and America when it comes to inter racial relationships and marriage.
For my newbies sisters, as funny as it may sound, 99% percent of the time these white folks will accost you is just for paid bedroom pleasure and nothing more. Sadly enough, this has turned few of our female folks here into something else. But notwithstanding, sizeable proportion of them still hold sway in high esteem and seriously committed in exhibiting high levels of morality imbibe in our African culture. So please don’t leave that poor guy back home with the hope that you will catch one sweet clean white dude here..lol
Congratulations to all those that have been granted their visas and my wish and prayer is for those awaiting theirs will be granted too. One love!

Good evening. Thanks for the advice.
Pls I have few questions and need answers from anybody that can help.

1) I worked last in 2016, but it was a one-man business, we weren't given employment letter and salary was paid by cash. If I include it in my C.V how do I back up the claim with necessary documents eg Bank statement, employment letter and letter of recommendations

2) 2017, I started my farming business, but I didn't register my business. Can I include it in my C.V?

3) 2018, I enrolled for my masters program in Unilag and finished this year but we haven't been given certificate. Should I state it in my C.V? Because have read stories about how visas were denied because they felt you just completed a masters program why coming for another one?

Pls I'll be grateful if my questions are being answered cos I intend applying for visa next week. Thanks guys
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 8:55pm On Aug 14
Wow , I submitted mine on the 28th of June and I’m still expecting it .
I’m going to DBS too
Pelumos:
Congratulations. Wish you all the best.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 8:59pm On Aug 14
Congratulations... submitted mine 28th of June and I’ve not received anything yet ... hopefully before the end of this week.


I’m going to DBS too
Oluwatoyosee:
Good morning

Visa issued!!!
31st of July, 2019
I received it early this morning
Submitted on 11th of June so it took almost 8 weeks
DBS

I hope to hear testimonies from those that applied on 11th of June as well

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 9:01pm On Aug 14
Amen oooo... we still Dey wait �
Pelumos:
All things being equal, all June guys will be settled next week. July folks leggo, oya gbe body grin grin grin
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 9:06pm On Aug 14
People going to DBS are much ooo.. I’m going to DBS too
Jummy902:
DBS. Yes I included the refusal letter
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ChimobiM81: 12:43am On Aug 15
Jummy902:
DBS. Yes I included the refusal letter

Don’t be offended please, can you tell me what the Canadian embassy said was their reason for your visa refusal?

Mine was : (purpose of visit) I did not show them good evidence that I will be coming back after my studies.

Please your reply will be appreciated.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pacypatty(f): 6:13am On Aug 15
Someone pls answer my questions ooooooo
Please....
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 7:45am On Aug 15
Try Qatar airways
breezy147:
Who has recently booked their flight to Dublin. Which agent did you use and what was the price?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 7:46am On Aug 15
What’s your question ?
Pacypatty:
Someone pls answer my questions ooooooo
Please....
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pacypatty(f): 10:29am On Aug 15
Lerrrrrrrrrry:
What’s your question ?

Pls my sister finished from geophysics with 2:2,she wants to go for her masters ,she wants the house to advice her on the choice of course and how to go about everything pls

Then for me I would want to be directed to family relocation section ...family of (5). Thanks @Lerrrrrrrrry
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dwebb55: 10:45am On Aug 15
Pacypatty:


Pls my sister finished from geophysics with 2:2,she wants to go for her masters ,she wants the house to advice her on the choice of course and how to go about everything pls

Then for me I would want to be directed to family relocation section ...family of (5). Thanks @Lerrrrrrrrry

No one can decide which course your sister should study. She should have certain preferences based on what she is interested in, what she wants to achieve in line, how much it will cost and what her budget is. Let her Google available courses in universities in Ireland and then she should read it up and decide.

For you, there is no family relocation website. Relocation is not automatic. It's either through schooling or work and it's very difficult to get work directly from here.

Another way to answer your questions is to read the whole thread. By the time you're halfway through, you should have a fair idea about what to do and how to go about it. No one is paid to offer solutions or you go and meet immigration consultants to sort you out. At your own risk as well

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dwebb55: 10:47am On Aug 15
Ocee95:


I also applied to WIT for this September, submitted my visa application already. What course are you applying for?

How far? Any news on your application yet?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pacypatty(f): 10:49am On Aug 15
[quote author=Dwebb55 post=81275096]

No one can decide which course your sister should study. She should have certain preferences based on what she is interested in, what she wants to achieve in line, how much it will cost and what her budget is. Let her Google available courses in universities in Ireland and then she should read it up and decide.

For you, there is no family relocation website. Relocation is not automatic. It's either through schooling or work and it's very difficult to get work directly from here.

Thanks
Am aware know one is paid here ,I only ask for advice and directions.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Christeety: 11:03am On Aug 15
Good evening. Thanks for the advice.
Pls I have few questions and need answers from anybody that can help.
1) I worked last in 2016, but it was a one-man business, we weren't given employment letter and salary was paid by cash. If I include it in my C.V how do I back up the claim with necessary documents eg Bank statement, employment letter and letter of recommendations
2) 2017, I started my farming business, but I didn't register my business. Can I include it in my C.V?
3) 2018, I enrolled for my masters program in Unilag and finished this year but we haven't been given certificate. Should I state it in my C.V? Because have read stories about how visas were denied because they felt you just completed a masters program why coming for another one?

4? Is it compulsory for my statement of account to show evidence of salary?

Pls I'll be grateful if my questions are being answered cos I intend applying for visa next week. Thanks guys
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lawiiiii: 11:20am On Aug 15
I’d suggest you meet with an agent for counseling
Pacypatty:


Pls my sister finished from geophysics with 2:2,she wants to go for her masters ,she wants the house to advice her on the choice of course and how to go about everything pls

Then for me I would want to be directed to family relocation section ...family of (5). Thanks @Lerrrrrrrrry

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pacypatty(f): 11:57am On Aug 15
Lawiiiii:
I’d suggest you meet with an agent for counseling
Thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Jola17: 12:53pm On Aug 15
Please anyone in griffith college? Is it compulsory to pay the complete fees before applying for the study visa?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by abuhusna1: 1:19pm On Aug 15
Jola17:
Please anyone in griffith college? Is it compulsory to pay the complete fees before applying for the study visa?
Yes
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pelumos(m): 1:31pm On Aug 15
Is there anyone who applied between 26th of June till like 7th of July
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lawiiiii: 1:46pm On Aug 15
Anyone going to Cork?
Ejoo
Edakun��
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by mightyola: 1:46pm On Aug 15
Yup!

Pelumos:
Is there anyone who applied between 26th of June till like 7th of July
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Nicholekamsy: 1:46pm On Aug 15
Pelumos:
Is there anyone who applied between 26th of June till like 7th of July

I applied on July 4th
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 1:49pm On Aug 15
Have you received yours ?
akinonigbinde:
Yea, submitted June 26, got to Abuja 27th and scheduled for delivery August 15.

Any other June submission with scheduled date?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 1:50pm On Aug 15
Lmao ... you go find person, na Smalls ... na DBS plenty for here sha
Lawiiiii:
Anyone going to Cork?
Ejoo
Edakun��
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lerrrrrrrrrry: 1:51pm On Aug 15
Yessooo ... June 28th here
Pelumos:
Is there anyone who applied between 26th of June till like 7th of July
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pelumos(m): 1:51pm On Aug 15
When did you apply?
mightyola:
Yup!

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Lilynunu: 2:02pm On Aug 15
I’m going to cork!

Lawiiiii:
Anyone going to Cork?
Ejoo
Edakun��
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Pelumos(m): 2:05pm On Aug 15
When did you apply
mightyola:
Yup!

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Dwebb55: 2:29pm On Aug 15
Pelumos:
Is there anyone who applied between 26th of June till like 7th of July

July 2. Nothing yet
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by mightyola: 2:31pm On Aug 15
26th June

Pelumos:
When did you apply

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