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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Philadelphia: 9:31am On Dec 28, 2020
Dwebb55:


No it will not. The sponsor cannot empty his/her account for you. There has to be some balance left for the person to survive on. The sponsor also has to show evidence of income and how they got the N10M+ at least N2M for their upkeep and family needs. This is very important as you can be denied based on this

No bro,
The 10m is personal savings and from sales of properties (with evidence). So, the sponsorship is “self”.
With these parameters now, can the 10m suffice?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 2:58pm On Dec 28, 2020
DammyDurst:
Hi @ICaSNg,

If I opt to pay for the Education Bond, would a Statement of Account from where the money was paid from be needed when applying for the visa?

I'm aware that the Education Bond should be done using a domiciliary account (which we do not have), or can it be paid via Form A?

Thank you...

Apologies for the late response. Yes all Bank statements should be presented. Dwebb already responded too
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 3:01pm On Dec 28, 2020
Philadelphia:


No bro,
The 10m is personal savings and from sales of properties (with evidence). So, the sponsorship is “self”.
With these parameters now, can the 10m suffice?

If you're single I.e unmarried with no dependents then it probably may be enough but use black market rates for conversion to be on the safe side.

Don't forget explanation of lump sum as well as proof is required
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Philadelphia: 4:08pm On Dec 28, 2020
ICaSNg:


If you're single I.e unmarried with no dependents then it probably may be enough but use black market rates for conversion to be on the safe side.

Don't forget explanation of lump sum as well as proof is required

Okay, thanks for your response
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by DammyDurst(m): 4:53am On Dec 29, 2020
Thanks for responding. Do you have any idea on the answer to the second question there, please?

Regards

Dwebb55:


Yes, the account where the bond was paid from has to be submitted with explanations on the source of funding!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by DammyDurst(m): 4:54am On Dec 29, 2020
No need for an apology ma'am. Thanks for your response.

Please, do you have an answer to the second question?

Regards.
ICaSNg:


Apologies for the late response. Yes all Bank statements should be presented. Dwebb already responded too
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Akinsu: 12:46pm On Dec 29, 2020
quinzypearl:
Good morning guys,Merry Christmas.

Pls my 2 US Visa denial blue print I can only find one I can't find the other one, pls what explainations can I give in my letter to the Ireland Embassy.
I’m not sure it’s an issue I was denied 3times to Canada I stated all 3 but I could only find the copy of 1 time and still got my visa approved. I hope this helps

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Louiscares: 3:55pm On Dec 29, 2020
quinzypearl:
Good morning guys,Merry Christmas.

Pls my 2 US Visa denial blue print I can only find one I can't find the other one, pls what explainations can I give in my letter to the Ireland Embassy.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 5:51pm On Dec 29, 2020
DammyDurst:
No need for an apology ma'am. Thanks for your response.

Please, do you have an answer to the second question?

Regards.

Education / eurobond depending on the bank can be paid through form A or dorm act. DORM act is always a faster option.


Cheers
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 6:21pm On Dec 29, 2020
Louiscares:


Thanks @luLouiscares for your respond.. I stated on my letter of appreciation for study Visa that I was denied twice and also state the two date I was denied. I said I lost the first refusal letter while coming from the embassy same day, but I have provided the second refusal letter which is the same given as the first one I lost... Hope that excuses is Ok..
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 6:22pm On Dec 29, 2020
Akinsu:
I’m not sure it’s an issue I was denied 3times to Canada I stated all 3 but I could only find the copy of 1 time and still got my visa approved. I hope this helps

Alright... thanks ���
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 6:49pm On Dec 29, 2020
Good evening,

Pls my company refuse to give me my salary pay slip, it a chinese company. But I have provided my personal 6 month statement of account where my salary is being paid into. pls, hope submitting my document without the payslip will not have a negative effect on my application.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Evraunited: 11:33pm On Dec 29, 2020
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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 4:17am On Dec 30, 2020
quinzypearl:
Good evening,

Pls my company refuse to give me my salary pay slip, it a chinese company. But I have provided my personal 6 month statement of account where my salary is being paid into. pls, hope submitting my document without the payslip will not have a negative effect on my application.

Your salary bank statement and employment letter or confirmation of employment is enough to cover that part.
Wishing you God's favor
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 12:00pm On Dec 30, 2020
ICaSNg:


Your salary bank statement and employment letter or confirmation of employment is enough to cover that part.
Wishing you God's favor

Alright.. Amen, thanks alot for the reply. God bless..

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Emurate6315: 12:51pm On Jan 02
Good day. Please I have similar issues concerning sponsor name being different from mine, how can I get in contact with you to discuss better
Omon01:


Birth Certificate
➢ WAEC
➢ Degree result
➢ Transcript
➢ CV
➢ NYSC discharge certificate
➢ IELTS
➢ Confirmed Offer
➢ Receipt
➢ Personal statement
➢ Application to apply for visa
➢ Medical insurance http://www.studyandprotect.com/inilanding.aspx?AspxDetectCookieSupport=1
➢ Old/New passport
➢ Reference letter from previous and current place of work
➢ Employment letter from previous and current place of work
➢ Pay slips
➢ 6months personal bank statement
➢ Refusal letter if any
➢ Passport photograph (visa specification)
➢ Sponsorship letter (please see attached template)
➢ Data page of sponsor
➢ Employment letter of the sponsor
➢ Latest promotion letter
➢ Introduction letter of sponsor
➢ Pay slips of sponsor
➢ Property documents/investments documents
➢ 6months Bank statement of the sponsor

School is NCI, Just be sure to explain everything in your application letter. my sponsor doesn't bear the same name with me. i had to explain the relationship on the application letter and attached supporting documents. i also cited on the letter that i attached those documents.


I hope this helps.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Philadelphia: 2:32pm On Jan 02
Modified

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 6:37pm On Jan 02
ICaSNg:


Your salary bank statement and employment letter or confirmation of employment is enough to cover that part.
Wishing you God's favor

Good evening everyone

Pls @IcaSNg and everyone, my dad transfer the money in his company account which was used to pay my school fee to my sister account to help her to get her UK study CAS. After getting it she transfer the money back to his account #11m middle of this December.. pls what explanation can be given on his sponsor letter to explain the huge sum transfer from his daughter... And pls note he is also submitting is other company account statement and registration documents to show he is capable of sponsoring my study..
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ctoanadu: 12:12am On Jan 03
Hi,
@ICaSNg
My sponsor transferred like 90 percent of my tuition fees and also transferred the equivalent of 7000 euro in Naira into my savings account for education bond . Is it necessary to explain this lump sum considering the fact it was deposited by my sponsor..

2. Is it necessary to explain a large debit in my savings account or that of my sponsor if the debit is not tuition fee or edubond related?
3. What amount can be regarded as a lump-sum ?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 10:04am On Jan 04
ctoanadu:
Hi,
@ICaSNg
My sponsor transferred like 90 percent of my tuition fees and also transferred the equivalent of 7000 euro in Naira into my savings account for education bond . Is it necessary to explain this lump sum considering the fact it was deposited by my sponsor..

2. Is it necessary to explain a large debit in my savings account or that of my sponsor if the debit is not tuition fee or edubond related?
3. What amount can be regarded as a lump-sum ?

Is it necessary to explain a large debit in my savings account or that of my sponsor if the debit is not tuition fee or edubond related? both credit and few debit is required but more importantly all lump sum credit for your account and your sponsor's coupled with proof.


3. What amount can be regarded as a lump-sum- your salary and above or average monthly income if you're unemployed.
if employed and salary is 80k for example, you start from your salary and any amount above 80k

if unemployed and on average you get like 40k as gifts or little transactions, you start from that.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 10:12am On Jan 04
quinzypearl:


Good evening everyone

Pls @IcaSNg and everyone, my dad transfer the money in his company account which was used to pay my school fee to my sister account to help her to get her UK study CAS. After getting it she transfer the money back to his account #11m middle of this December.. pls what explanation can be given on his sponsor letter to explain the huge sum transfer from his daughter... And pls note he is also submitting is other company account statement and registration documents to show he is capable of sponsoring my study..


Just explain as it is- refund from my daughter (name) as funds required to obtain CAS from her UK university; not sure i clearly understand the last sentence though- so cant answer
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 10:23am On Jan 04
Philadelphia:
Is there any need for MSc applicant to submit WAEC certificate?
What if the applicant studied humanities at Bachelors and had a D7 in Mathematics (which is accepted for the admission). Will this result affect such a one or will the person have any issues with the D7 on Mathematics while submitting for MSc program?


For Ireland all results and credentials is required
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ctoanadu: 10:33am On Jan 04
Thanks a lot @ICaSNg, but I don’t think you completely understand the first question.let me try to explain better ...
Most of the lump sum received in my account is money from my sponsor to pay for tuition fees and to secure an education bond. All I can explain in this situation is that my sponsor sent money to me to pay for tuition and edubond. I can’t really provide proof for that ...
ICaSNg:



Is it necessary to explain a large debit in my savings account or that of my sponsor if the debit is not tuition fee or edubond related? both credit and few debit is required but more importantly all lump sum credit for your account and your sponsor's coupled with proof.


3. What amount can be regarded as a lump-sum- your salary and above or average monthly income if you're unemployed.
if employed and salary is 80k for example, you start from your salary and any amount above 80k

if unemployed and on average you get like 40k as gifts or little transactions, you start from that.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 12:27pm On Jan 04
ctoanadu:
Thanks a lot @ICaSNg, but I don’t think you completely understand the first question.let me try to explain better ...
Most of the lump sum received in my account is money from my sponsor to pay for tuition fees and to secure an education bond. All I can explain in this situation is that my sponsor sent money to me to pay for tuition and edubond. I can’t really provide proof for that ...

Proof of where your sponsor got the money is required- means of employment, and proof of any lump sum in sponsor's account- you will be presently both your acct and sponsor's acct of 6 months each- both of you need to explain lump sums and proof
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by quinzypearl: 6:08pm On Jan 04
ICaSNg:


Just explain as it is- refund from my daughter (name) as funds required to obtain CAS from her UK university; not sure i clearly understand the last sentence though- so cant answer

@ICaSNg please hope writing it out like that won't be an excuse for denial, cause after the money was transferred by her to his account, no large sum of money has entered the account since then.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by obongkaks: 12:39am On Jan 07
Hey Guys

Any one coming in to Dublin this month or already in Dublin and in search of Accomodation can reach out. There is an available space in Lucan Dublin (Quite Central). Accomodation type is a single room in a family house.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by tunjity26: 10:18am On Jan 07
obongkaks:
Hey Guys

Any one coming in to Dublin this month or already in Dublin and in search of Accomodation can reach out. There is an available space in Lucan Dublin (Quite Central). Accomodation type is a single room in a family house.

please can i send you dm but this is what i need clarification on, i have 3 mill naira, 28yrs, b.eng electrical but as been working as a software developer so i have some software certificates now my question is how do i get to dublin or IRELAND by September? or my 3mill is too small

NOTE: i will do all the runings myself to avoid scam unless you have trusted agent here
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ctoanadu: 6:40pm On Jan 07
Hi @ICaSNg,
I know that even if you use an education bond that you still need to provide your bank statement and that of your sponsor as well as explain source of funds..But what exactly is the importance of using an education bond?

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 12:17pm On Jan 08
ctoanadu:
Hi @ICaSNg,
I know that even if you use an education bond that you still need to provide your bank statement and that of your sponsor as well as explain source of funds..But what exactly is the importance of using an education bond?

LMAO.... To show you have access to the funds directly in Ireland; bank statements, source of funds and explanation of lump sum is to show funds are not from illegal/fraudulent source and that you won't be a burden to the Irish govt more importantly by seeking public funds or loans
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg: 12:19pm On Jan 08
tunjity26:


please can i send you dm but this is what i need clarification on, i have 3 mill naira, 28yrs, b.eng electrical but as been working as a software developer so i have some software certificates now my question is how do i get to dublin or IRELAND by September? or my 3mill is too small

NOTE: i will do all the runings myself to avoid scam unless you have trusted agent here

Up the funds to 7m - tuition at 4.5m; proof of funds at 3m at least...
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ctoanadu: 3:37pm On Jan 09
Dear, ICaSNg
Do I need to explain 3 month gap in education/work history in my statement of purpose ?

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