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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 2:18pm On Jul 24, 2018
Chinlov:
It's like this Griffith na another Surulere. Lol. With the number of naija guys headed that way. Pls who is heading to Cork na. Pls let's network. I haven't found a hostel or temporary accommodation.

bro when you get to cork please let me have your contact..i was there for a weekend and love the vibes, i would like to know more about the place first hand
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Asapant: 2:27pm On Jul 24, 2018
I want go ask a questions ooo. Seems the rate of Ireland study visa approval is higher than Canada own. Is is that Ireland needs immigrations or what. Pls who can shed small light on this. I appreciate
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by veramani31: 3:42pm On Jul 24, 2018
donwilz:
My visa has been issued today. Submitted on the 1st of June. Was mailed last week to scan in more docs on Tuesday. Date of issue 19th July! Success to all.


What additional documents were you asked to scan?
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by abuhusna1: 7:49pm On Jul 24, 2018
Asapant:
I want go ask a questions ooo. Seems the rate of Ireland study visa approval is higher than Canada own. Is is that Ireland needs immigrations or what. Pls who can shed small light on this. I appreciate
As much as they issue so do they refuse but if you don't give them room for refusal they will grant your visa without sentiment. Whoever wants to go Ireland should start on time before they become very strict

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by abuhusna1: 3:59am On Jul 25, 2018
ICaSNg:
Hello All,

WELCOME TO IRISH STUDY VISA THREAD
==========================

I am creating this thread to answer any queries on how to get :

1. Admission offers in Ireland
2. Visa processing
3. The post study work visa types available in Ireland
4. Opportunities for IT , Engineering and Health scs Students /Graduates.

Ask me any questions on the above and I believe I should be able to provide valid information.

Cheers
I must appreciate this woman for opening this thread and those first set that followed her instruction, got the visa they all motivate me to apply to Ireland and got to where I am today. Would always come back to give back to this thread so as to encourage others that are struggling to get their visa. A special thanks to pristine88 too cos he is always coming back to give information and guidance on the may God bless him

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Sola1010: 9:12am On Jul 25, 2018
hi guys got my visa yestday applied 8 june GOD b given all d glory DIT all d way dublin here we come

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:45am On Jul 25, 2018
Twetwi:
yaaay... 3 good news in 1 day.. many to come IJN
Amen !
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ahiboilandgas: 11:36am On Jul 25, 2018
abuhusna1:

I must appreciate this woman for opening this thread and those first set that followed her instruction, got the visa they all motivate me to apply to Ireland and got to where I am today. Would always come back to give back to this thread so as to encourage others that are struggling to get their visa. A special thanks to pristine88 too cos he is always coming back to give information and guidance on the may God bless him
the info will be complete with daily survival expirence
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Twetwi: 12:30pm On Jul 25, 2018
Sola1010:
hi guys got my visa yestday applied 8 june GOD b given all d glory DIT all d way dublin here we come

Congrats.. more positive stories i pray IJN
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Darhtwinzz: 12:30pm On Jul 25, 2018
abuhusna1:

I must appreciate this woman for opening this thread and those first set that followed her instruction, got the visa they all motivate me to apply to Ireland and got to where I am today. Would always come back to give back to this thread so as to encourage others that are struggling to get their visa. A special thanks to pristine88 too cos he is always coming back to give information and guidance on the may God bless him

Bro, when u saw pristine @least use a she for that fine name cheesy male no dey bear pristine nah grin
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by PetahPash: 2:45pm On Jul 25, 2018
For the registration with immigration, when do you suggest we start booking appointments (before arrival in Ireland or after) because i think you are required to book at least 10 weeks in advance.

bigmills:
After Arriving in Ireland.
All non-EU/EEA citizens, whether visa-required or not, are subject to ordinary immigration controls at the port of entry/airport.

Please note the following;
i. The Immigration Officer makes the decision on who is actually allowed to enter Ireland.
ii. He/she will stamp your passport for either one or three months.
iii.This means you must register with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Bureau within the time limit stamped on the passport.

To ensure you have no difficulties with Immigration officers at Port of Entry, It is recommended that you have the following documents ready to show to the officer.
i. Passport (with entry visa if appropriate)
ii. Offer Letter from University
iii.Evidence of tuition fees paid, scholarship details or US Financial Aid
iv.Evidence of private medical health insurance.


REGISTERING WITH IMMIGRATION.
All non-EU/EEA students must register with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Bureau (INIS) after they have registered with their schools and before the expiry date stamped on their passport by immigration officials at the airport.
The following documents are required in order to register with the INIS:

Valid passport (showing entry visa if applicable)
Valid Student ID CARD
Evidence of financial support; e.g.bank statement showing your name and balance of at least €3000*,or education bond receipt or a letter from your sponsoring body confirming financial status.

Students staying for two semesters or more must open an Irish bank account on arrival in Ireland

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Sola1010: 5:49pm On Jul 25, 2018
pls abeg wat nd wat shuld someone bring wen coming ova to ireland as a novice "survivial tips "
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by anitakel(f): 12:37pm On Jul 26, 2018
Hello guys, thanks so much for all the contributions and suggestions.Pleaee I have a questions.What are the chances of getting a job after msc with the msc degree in international brand management ?.

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Okioghene60: 1:14pm On Jul 26, 2018
bigmills:
After Arriving in Ireland.
All non-EU/EEA citizens, whether visa-required or not, are subject to ordinary immigration controls at the port of entry/airport.

Please note the following;
i. The Immigration Officer makes the decision on who is actually allowed to enter Ireland.
ii. He/she will stamp your passport for either one or three months.
iii.This means you must register with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Bureau within the time limit stamped on the passport.

To ensure you have no difficulties with Immigration officers at Port of Entry, It is recommended that you have the following documents ready to show to the officer.
i. Passport (with entry visa if appropriate)
ii. Offer Letter from University
iii.Evidence of tuition fees paid, scholarship details or US Financial Aid
iv.Evidence of private medical health insurance.


REGISTERING WITH IMMIGRATION.
All non-EU/EEA students must register with the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Bureau (INIS) after they have registered with their schools and before the expiry date stamped on their passport by immigration officials at the airport.
The following documents are required in order to register with the INIS:

Valid passport (showing entry visa if applicable)
Valid Student ID CARD
Evidence of financial support; e.g.bank statement showing your name and balance of at least €3000*,or education bond receipt or a letter from your sponsoring body confirming financial status.

Students staying for two semesters or more must open an Irish bank account on arrival in Ireland

People in Ireland said it's €300 u will show in ur account to do ur GNIB registration nt €3000
And also some bank allow student open zero account there#depending on the one ur school directs you to open with
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Okioghene60: 1:32pm On Jul 26, 2018
Okioghene60:

People in Ireland said it's €300 u will show in ur account to do ur GNIB registration nt €3000
And also some bank allow student open zero account there#depending on the one ur school directs you to open with

Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 2:11pm On Jul 26, 2018
Okioghene60:

People in Ireland said it's €300 u will show in ur account to do ur GNIB registration nt €3000
And also some bank allow student open zero account there#depending on the one ur school directs you to open with

The Cost of GNIB is 300 Euros...Since you are coming from a country were the embassy scrutinized your finances you are not required to display 3000 euros in an account. A letter from school and the 300euro charge...

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 3:18pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


The Cost of GNIB is 300 Euros...Since you are coming from a country were the embassy scrutinized your finances you are not required to display 3000 euros in an account. A letter from school and the 300euro charge...
Very well explained, you’ve been terrific on here. Thank you.. How has it been so far over there ? Griffith College and all. Has it been up to expectations? I’m still hopeful for a positive news from the embassy..
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 3:31pm On Jul 26, 2018
myownvibe03:
Very well explained, you’ve been terrific on here. Thank you.. How has it been so far over there ? Griffith College and all. Has it been up to expectations? I’m still hopeful for a positive news from the embassy..

Its been Alright.....We on Vacation and Most of my course mates are working so i guess thats a good sign....The only Major Hassle is securing accommodation, after that, the sky is the limit...Good luck on your application
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by Chinlov: 4:01pm On Jul 26, 2018
They should build more houses na.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ahiboilandgas: 4:31pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


Its been Alright.....We on Vacation and Most of my course mates are working so i guess thats a good sign....The only Major Hassle is securing accommodation, after that, the sky is the limit...Good luck on your application
good review
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:17pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


Its been Alright.....We on Vacation and Most of my course mates are working so i guess thats a good sign....The only Major Hassle is securing accommodation, after that, the sky is the limit...Good luck on your application
Thank you !!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ahiboilandgas: 7:08pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


Its been Alright.....We on Vacation and Most of my course mates are working so i guess thats a good sign....The only Major Hassle is securing accommodation, after that, the sky is the limit...Good luck on your application
hello my kid bro got two admmision in your school one in international bussiness and the second big data analysis and managment which has more prospect of securing job after graduating with Msc from griffith....thanks
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by abuhusna1: 7:26pm On Jul 26, 2018
ahiboilandgas:
hello my kid bro got two admmision in your school one in international bussiness and the second big data analysis and managment which has more prospect of securing job after graduating with Msc from griffith....thanks
Let him go for the one that correlate with his undergraduate studies though data analysis is the best but for visa sake let him use his previous degree

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by aduku1(m): 7:40pm On Jul 26, 2018
myownvibe03:
Thank you. But please, are these the only recognized Irish awarding institutions or just to mention a few ??

This is what I found.



Must present evidence of the final award being attained by way of a parchment or, in circumstances where the graduation ceremony is yet to take place, an official letter for the awarding body / institution confirming that the award has been achieved.
An award granted by a recognised Irish awarding body i.e.
The seven Irish universities; i.e. Trinity College, UCD, DCU, Maynooth University, UCC, NUIG and the University of Limerick
Dublin Institute of Technology
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
Institutes of Technology
Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI)



Please does this means that Griffith college is not recognized to get a post graduate work permit
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 8:24pm On Jul 26, 2018
Chinlov:
They should build more houses na.

There are houses but affordability is the issue for a student plus the paperwork blah blah
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 8:27pm On Jul 26, 2018
ahiboilandgas:
hello my kid bro got two admmision in your school one in international bussiness and the second big data analysis and managment which has more prospect of securing job after graduating with Msc from griffith....thanks

they are both good courses but Data analysis is the future..Ireland is becoming an European Tech Hub and that might be amplified with BREXIT. so if he still has the brain power perhaps, data analysis is the best choice!!
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 8:28pm On Jul 26, 2018
aduku1:



Please does this means that Griffith college is not recognized to get a post graduate work permit

it is guaranteed..2years post study permit.
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by aduku1(m): 8:30pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


it is guaranteed..2years post study permit.

Thanks so much
Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by pristine88: 8:52pm On Jul 26, 2018
ICaSNg:
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Been awhile..I hope you are okay, I emailed you but you didn't reply!

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Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by ICaSNg(f): 10:59pm On Jul 26, 2018
@pristine88 @abuhusna1 and many others

It's been awhile. Thanks for the contributions whilst we were on compulsory leave...lol #storyforanotherday.

Apologies if I didn't reply any emails / dms sent I couldn't receive any messages due to non-compliance issues with Nairaland and moderators.

Congrats to everyone who have been granted their study permits. These goes a long way and gladdens my heart for the grace and opportunity to contribute positively and impact people's life positively.

we are back for now and let the queries/questions flyyyyyy....

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