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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Kukuadie: 1:01pm On Nov 05, 2019
Lexusgs430:



If you're not paying rent for a whole 5 months, why the panic?

My advice to you, save that rent figure in those lucky 5 months. It would be required to eventually organise your rent payment afterwards.....

You would earn £30K, let's say wifey too would earn £18K (for starters)....

Why are you panicking? Some couples with 2 kids get by with £20K joint income.....

No place in the UK is cheap, are you saying Bournemouth is more expensive than London?

Cut your coat according to your materials..... Don't make promises before you depart Nigeria (don't promise anyone Camry tiny light, giving monthly pocket money etc etc..... And you would be fine........ cheesy

This is a relief.

Wifey is a medical laboratory scientist and our kids are 9 and 7 years old.
I hope she will also get something early.

Thank you so much

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Adewumi2888(m): 1:38pm On Nov 09, 2019
Good afternoon guys. I am about to get my spousal visa to UK and I want to know the prospect of a job with masters in clinical psychology from a Nigeria University.. I am a bit Anxious.
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Tobexin(m): 1:51pm On Nov 09, 2019
Adewumi2888:
Good afternoon guys. I am about to get my spousal visa to UK and I want to know the prospect of a job with masters in clinical psychology from a Nigeria University.. I am a bit Anxious.
what is your first degree?
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Adewumi2888(m): 2:18pm On Nov 09, 2019
Tobexin:
what is your first degree?
First degree psychology and second msc clinical psychology.
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Elderss: 2:57pm On Nov 09, 2019
Kukuadie:


This is a relief.

Wifey is a medical laboratory scientist and our kids are 9 and 7 years old.
I hope she will also get something early.

Thank you so much


In addition to what has been said, I suggest your wife registers with HCPC asap to make the transition to UK BMS roles easy for her.
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Kukuadie: 10:59am On Nov 10, 2019
Elderss:



In addition to what has been said, I suggest your wife registers with HCPC asap to make the transition to UK BMS roles easy for her.

Alright.

Thanks so much
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by NumeroUno7: 3:09pm On Nov 11, 2019
Haven't heard much about Newcastle, how beautiful is that place. If anyone has been there please share photos

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by NiklauseFred(m): 9:57pm On Dec 13, 2019
Mmm make I do finish this school come leave this naija abeg...man yaff tire cry cry

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by dozieben2(m): 9:54pm On Dec 21, 2019
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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Nobody: 10:22pm On May 24, 2020
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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Paccus: 2:36am On May 25, 2020
UKmigrant:
.
Welcome back bro
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Nobody: 8:05am On May 25, 2020
UK adventurer
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by sleit: 12:19pm On May 25, 2020
LMay:
23kg max not 25kg if Turkish Airlines. That is, 23kg each in two places. That's for your main luggage.

8kg max for your cabin luggage.

Total of 54kg!

UKMigrant has touched on food items to bring on. Let me help with luggage packing tips, you might need them.

Tips

You're not allowed to put food or sharp objects (cutlery, blade, pocket knife etc) in your cabin luggage or carry on (hand bag/laptop bag), so pack smartly.

Tightly pack all your clothes, shoes, books, or weaves (if female) into your cabin luggage. Instead of folding clothes passively or mindlessly like we do when arranging our closet, roll each tightly into a bunch.This will squeeze out air & give you more space in the box to squeeze more clothes into. You can watch YouTube videos to learn this technique.

Now you're left with food items, sharp objects, and any cream/perfume exceeding 50ml (Only liquid of less than 50ml per bottle is allowed in the cabin luggage). Now arrange all these carefully into your main luggage.

For food items, put into ziploc bags or transparent polythene bag like pure water bags. Put different food items into each and label appropriately...e.g Melon, Ogbono, Ugwu vegetable etc.

For ladies carrying weaves, discard the packs to make your luggage relatively lighter.

Palm oil is not allowed. Don't even bother!

You don't necessarily need an industrial scale to weigh your luggage. Buy a regular domestic scale. You know the ones "Check your weight" guys carry around? Yes, that one. It's less than 2k.

To weigh, first stand on it and check your weight. Write it down or memorise it. Now put your luggage on your head and check your combined weight. Subtracting your own weight from the combined weight will give you the weight of your luggage.

Your allowance per main luggage is 23kg but aim for 21kg or max 22kg at home. Why? The scale at Murtala Mohammed Int'l Airport is forward by about 2kg. You don't want to stress yourself with reshuffling at the airport or trashing stuffs you bought with your hard-earned money. Pack smartly from home!

Airport staffs are not smiling again. Before they allow you pass/check-in a 23.9kg bag, you'll beg tire. Anything above that, they'll tell you to go obtain a ticket of $150 per overweight bag upstairs! You don't need that wahala in your life.

What else?

Remember I asked you to stuff all your clothes & books plus shoes into your cabin luggage? Trust me, it would have exceeded 8kg by now. You know the box itself will add to the weight as well.

Let me give you orijo. grin

1. Your laptop bag is not weighed. That's an extra space to put clothes, books, laptop (of course), charger etc.

2. Your hand bag isn't weighed either. If you're a lady, that's a plus. You can carry a laptop bag + your handbag alongside the cabin bag.

3. If you're eleru town council like me & you've utilised all available spaces yet you're still not within allocated kg limits, fear not. There's still a way.

Leave your original cabin luggage with somebody (eg family/friend who followed you to the airport). Let them act like they own the bag while they simply stand by it.

Check in your laptop bag as your Cabin Luggage. They'll tag it and return it to you while the two main bags are passed to cargo. Now remove the tag and stickers on your laptop bag and place it on your original Cabin Luggage you kept with your escort. You're done!

With these tips, you'll have a smooth sail luggage wise.


Extras....

Depending on how light or fancy you want to travel, those silly Echolac boxes are not your friend. 1) They'll add to the overall weight 2) They're not durable. Most would be damaged (broken handles, broken wheels, torn surface areas, etc) before you arrive your destination. How would you even lift a damaged box? You'll place it on your head maybe grin

Invest in a quality box. Might be pricey but it will last for years and save you from embarrassing situations. I don't know if/where those are sold in Nigeria. I bought mine in the abroad. This is my 5th year of usage and I travel very frequently. It's still intact.

If you're low on cash, buy those very strong bagco ghana must go bags as main luggage. Not the usual ones. This one is a bit recent & it comes in one color - grey! More like a grainy white mixed with black. It costs about N1,500 per bag. Nothing to be ashamed of. You wont even see it until your final destination after you check it in at MMIA, so you can still form posh in transit with your cabin luggage. Regular travellers use it a lot. It's very light and durable. For your information, they sell it in the abroad too. So what? In fact, its a life saver for people whose boxes get damaged at the airport. Just that they'll pay a few extra thousands more to procure it at the airport.

No use am as cabin baggage oooo. You'll look like Osuofia in London. Hehehe. Joking. Use a correct small sized box as cabin/hand luggage.

Third option is to source for lightweight boxes (rare) or lightweight travelling bags with wheels (looks like a piece of cloth with wheels attached when empty. The box-shaped compact ones are heavy).


Wishing you a safe flight!





Quoting this for future reference

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by gaburellocares(m): 8:44pm On May 26, 2020
Wow....great,my testimony is coming soon
Am inspired by this wonderful thread...still following
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by chingynt(m): 12:53am On May 27, 2020
sleit:


Quoting this for future reference
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Msmeena(f): 1:57pm On Jun 14, 2020
@UKmigrant dear please help a sister with the copy of the CV used, to msmeenaaminat@gmail.com also an health professional. Sent a message before for this request. Thanks in anticipation.
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by vhuqnl(m): 4:51pm On Jul 05, 2020
Lemme read this one
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Richdee1(m): 7:03pm On Jul 05, 2020
vhuqnl:
Lemme read this one

Please which other one u don read.. drop link make I feed ma eyes... I don read Franknetter, whyna, and some buh drop the one make I see
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by vhuqnl(m): 8:02pm On Jul 05, 2020
Richdee1:


Please which other one u don read.. drop link make I feed ma eyes... I don read Franknetter, whyna, and some buh drop the one make I see
Just keep strolling Travel section, them plenty. Lionlee, chiigslover for Ireland, there's German oen by danielhouston too. There's the Nurse of Uk too.
They all satisfiy my love for tourism, history and Geography

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Richdee1(m): 9:57pm On Jul 05, 2020
vhuqnl:

Just keep strolling Travel section, them plenty. Lionlee, chiigslover for Ireland, there's German oen by danielhouston too. There's the Nurse of Uk too.
They all satisfiy my love for tourism, history and Geography

Read almost all.. Next
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Chukwuka16: 7:40pm On Jul 13, 2020
Kennyinusa:


This is for the next person that needs search's for Exceptional talent visa
I just received my endorsement from technation, and I will be submitting my visa application in the next few days.
The process is quite stringent and chances are you will need to putting in a lot of time to getting your application ready

It's changed now to the Global Talent Visa but still same old rules mostly. Difference is the addition of the UKRI fast track route for academics.

I recently got my endorsement under UKRI but chilling as I had earlier made a Tier 2 application. If them never answer me in the next couple of weeks I'll just put in my app as na 3 months the endorsement dey last.

For any academic coming in for postdoc positions like RA or RF and position is for 2 years at least, pls inquire about the following:
1. Is the project funded by any of the UKRI research councils - ESRC, EPSRC or ERC (Horizon 2020) etc (pls check for list of endorsed funders)
2. Is the grant sum at least £30k (haba how much them wan come pay you ni)
3. Is the duration of the funding at least 2 years.
4. Is your employer on the list of approved employers (not necessarily a university, it could be the catapult centres, Chatham House etc.)

If you tick all 4 boxes pls tell your employer say na Global Talent you wan do o. No go do Tier 2 o. That one get plenty wahala o as your employer na your master for the 5 years you need to get settled (and for some, they may not meet that salary threshold when they want to apply for settlement). You get to work for who you like and get settled in 3 years (including years spent on Tier 2) using the Global Talent visa and the endorsement stage is practically under 2 weeks. Got mine in 3 working days.

If you don't ask, you don't receive. Don't limit yourself.

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by DAramis: 5:56pm On Aug 19, 2020
LMay:
23kg max not 25kg if Turkish Airlines. That is, 23kg each in two places. That's for your main luggage.

8kg max for your cabin luggage.

Total of 54kg!

UKMigrant has touched on food items to bring on. Let me help with luggage packing tips, you might need them.

Tips

You're not allowed to put food or sharp objects (cutlery, blade, pocket knife etc) in your cabin luggage or carry on (hand bag/laptop bag), so pack smartly.

Tightly pack all your clothes, shoes, books, or weaves (if female) into your cabin luggage. Instead of folding clothes passively or mindlessly like we do when arranging our closet, roll each tightly into a bunch.This will squeeze out air & give you more space in the box to squeeze more clothes into. You can watch YouTube videos to learn this technique.

Now you're left with food items, sharp objects, and any cream/perfume exceeding 50ml (Only liquid of less than 50ml per bottle is allowed in the cabin luggage). Now arrange all these carefully into your main luggage.

For food items, put into ziploc bags or transparent polythene bag like pure water bags. Put different food items into each and label appropriately...e.g Melon, Ogbono, Ugwu vegetable etc.

For ladies carrying weaves, discard the packs to make your luggage relatively lighter.

Palm oil is not allowed. Don't even bother!

You don't necessarily need an industrial scale to weigh your luggage. Buy a regular domestic scale. You know the ones "Check your weight" guys carry around? Yes, that one. It's less than 2k.

To weigh, first stand on it and check your weight. Write it down or memorise it. Now put your luggage on your head and check your combined weight. Subtracting your own weight from the combined weight will give you the weight of your luggage.

Your allowance per main luggage is 23kg but aim for 21kg or max 22kg at home. Why? The scale at Murtala Mohammed Int'l Airport is forward by about 2kg. You don't want to stress yourself with reshuffling at the airport or trashing stuffs you bought with your hard-earned money. Pack smartly from home!

Airport staffs are not smiling again. Before they allow you pass/check-in a 23.9kg bag, you'll beg tire. Anything above that, they'll tell you to go obtain a ticket of $150 per overweight bag upstairs! You don't need that wahala in your life.

What else?

Remember I asked you to stuff all your clothes & books plus shoes into your cabin luggage? Trust me, it would have exceeded 8kg by now. You know the box itself will add to the weight as well.

Let me give you orijo. grin

1. Your laptop bag is not weighed. That's an extra space to put clothes, books, laptop (of course), charger etc.

2. Your hand bag isn't weighed either. If you're a lady, that's a plus. You can carry a laptop bag + your handbag alongside the cabin bag.

3. If you're eleru town council like me & you've utilised all available spaces yet you're still not within allocated kg limits, fear not. There's still a way.

Leave your original cabin luggage with somebody (eg family/friend who followed you to the airport). Let them act like they own the bag while they simply stand by it.

Check in your laptop bag as your Cabin Luggage. They'll tag it and return it to you while the two main bags are passed to cargo. Now remove the tag and stickers on your laptop bag and place it on your original Cabin Luggage you kept with your escort. You're done!

With these tips, you'll have a smooth sail luggage wise.


Extras....

Depending on how light or fancy you want to travel, those silly Echolac boxes are not your friend. 1) They'll add to the overall weight 2) They're not durable. Most would be damaged (broken handles, broken wheels, torn surface areas, etc) before you arrive your destination. How would you even lift a damaged box? You'll place it on your head maybe grin

Invest in a quality box. Might be pricey but it will last for years and save you from embarrassing situations. I don't know if/where those are sold in Nigeria. I bought mine in the abroad. This is my 5th year of usage and I travel very frequently. It's still intact.

If you're low on cash, buy those very strong bagco ghana must go bags as main luggage. Not the usual ones. This one is a bit recent & it comes in one color - grey! More like a grainy white mixed with black. It costs about N1,500 per bag. Nothing to be ashamed of. You wont even see it until your final destination after you check it in at MMIA, so you can still form posh in transit with your cabin luggage. Regular travellers use it a lot. It's very light and durable. For your information, they sell it in the abroad too. So what? In fact, its a life saver for people whose boxes get damaged at the airport. Just that they'll pay a few extra thousands more to procure it at the airport.

No use am as cabin baggage oooo. You'll look like Osuofia in London. Hehehe. Joking. Use a correct small sized box as cabin/hand luggage.

Third option is to source for lightweight boxes (rare) or lightweight travelling bags with wheels (looks like a piece of cloth with wheels attached when empty. The box-shaped compact ones are heavy).


Wishing you a safe flight!





Quoting for future reference and thanks for all your tips. Looks great.

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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Adazeal: 12:12am On Aug 20, 2020
Marked
LMay:
23kg max not 25kg if Turkish Airlines. That is, 23kg each in two places. That's for your main luggage.

8kg max for your cabin luggage.

Total of 54kg!

UKMigrant has touched on food items to bring on. Let me help with luggage packing tips, you might need them.

Tips

You're not allowed to put food or sharp objects (cutlery, blade, pocket knife etc) in your cabin luggage or carry on (hand bag/laptop bag), so pack smartly.

Tightly pack all your clothes, shoes, books, or weaves (if female) into your cabin luggage. Instead of folding clothes passively or mindlessly like we do when arranging our closet, roll each tightly into a bunch.This will squeeze out air & give you more space in the box to squeeze more clothes into. You can watch YouTube videos to learn this technique.

Now you're left with food items, sharp objects, and any cream/perfume exceeding 50ml (Only liquid of less than 50ml per bottle is allowed in the cabin luggage). Now arrange all these carefully into your main luggage.

For food items, put into ziploc bags or transparent polythene bag like pure water bags. Put different food items into each and label appropriately...e.g Melon, Ogbono, Ugwu vegetable etc.

For ladies carrying weaves, discard the packs to make your luggage relatively lighter.

Palm oil is not allowed. Don't even bother!

You don't necessarily need an industrial scale to weigh your luggage. Buy a regular domestic scale. You know the ones "Check your weight" guys carry around? Yes, that one. It's less than 2k.

To weigh, first stand on it and check your weight. Write it down or memorise it. Now put your luggage on your head and check your combined weight. Subtracting your own weight from the combined weight will give you the weight of your luggage.

Your allowance per main luggage is 23kg but aim for 21kg or max 22kg at home. Why? The scale at Murtala Mohammed Int'l Airport is forward by about 2kg. You don't want to stress yourself with reshuffling at the airport or trashing stuffs you bought with your hard-earned money. Pack smartly from home!

Airport staffs are not smiling again. Before they allow you pass/check-in a 23.9kg bag, you'll beg tire. Anything above that, they'll tell you to go obtain a ticket of $150 per overweight bag upstairs! You don't need that wahala in your life.

What else?

Remember I asked you to stuff all your clothes & books plus shoes into your cabin luggage? Trust me, it would have exceeded 8kg by now. You know the box itself will add to the weight as well.

Let me give you orijo. grin

1. Your laptop bag is not weighed. That's an extra space to put clothes, books, laptop (of course), charger etc.

2. Your hand bag isn't weighed either. If you're a lady, that's a plus. You can carry a laptop bag + your handbag alongside the cabin bag.

3. If you're eleru town council like me & you've utilised all available spaces yet you're still not within allocated kg limits, fear not. There's still a way.

Leave your original cabin luggage with somebody (eg family/friend who followed you to the airport). Let them act like they own the bag while they simply stand by it.

Check in your laptop bag as your Cabin Luggage. They'll tag it and return it to you while the two main bags are passed to cargo. Now remove the tag and stickers on your laptop bag and place it on your original Cabin Luggage you kept with your escort. You're done!

With these tips, you'll have a smooth sail luggage wise.


Extras....

Depending on how light or fancy you want to travel, those silly Echolac boxes are not your friend. 1) They'll add to the overall weight 2) They're not durable. Most would be damaged (broken handles, broken wheels, torn surface areas, etc) before you arrive your destination. How would you even lift a damaged box? You'll place it on your head maybe grin

Invest in a quality box. Might be pricey but it will last for years and save you from embarrassing situations. I don't know if/where those are sold in Nigeria. I bought mine in the abroad. This is my 5th year of usage and I travel very frequently. It's still intact.

If you're low on cash, buy those very strong bagco ghana must go bags as main luggage. Not the usual ones. This one is a bit recent & it comes in one color - grey! More like a grainy white mixed with black. It costs about N1,500 per bag. Nothing to be ashamed of. You wont even see it until your final destination after you check it in at MMIA, so you can still form posh in transit with your cabin luggage. Regular travellers use it a lot. It's very light and durable. For your information, they sell it in the abroad too. So what? In fact, its a life saver for people whose boxes get damaged at the airport. Just that they'll pay a few extra thousands more to procure it at the airport.

No use am as cabin baggage oooo. You'll look like Osuofia in London. Hehehe. Joking. Use a correct small sized box as cabin/hand luggage.

Third option is to source for lightweight boxes (rare) or lightweight travelling bags with wheels (looks like a piece of cloth with wheels attached when empty. The box-shaped compact ones are heavy).


Wishing you a safe flight!




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Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by RuqoyyahOnikepe(f): 5:10pm On Aug 21, 2020
[quote author=Adazeal post=93011125]Marked[Hi
Can I just carry a 46kg box or must it be split 23&23
Thanks/quote]
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Paccus: 6:32pm On Aug 21, 2020
LMay:
23kg max not 25kg if Turkish Airlines. That is, 23kg each in two places. That's for your main luggage.

8kg max for your cabin luggage.

Total of 54kg!

UKMigrant has touched on food items to bring on. Let me help with luggage packing tips, you might need them.

Tips

You're not allowed to put food or sharp objects (cutlery, blade, pocket knife etc) in your cabin luggage or carry on (hand bag/laptop bag), so pack smartly.

Tightly pack all your clothes, shoes, books, or weaves (if female) into your cabin luggage. Instead of folding clothes passively or mindlessly like we do when arranging our closet, roll each tightly into a bunch.This will squeeze out air & give you more space in the box to squeeze more clothes into. You can watch YouTube videos to learn this technique.

Now you're left with food items, sharp objects, and any cream/perfume exceeding 50ml (Only liquid of less than 50ml per bottle is allowed in the cabin luggage). Now arrange all these carefully into your main luggage.

For food items, put into ziploc bags or transparent polythene bag like pure water bags. Put different food items into each and label appropriately...e.g Melon, Ogbono, Ugwu vegetable etc.

For ladies carrying weaves, discard the packs to make your luggage relatively lighter.

Palm oil is not allowed. Don't even bother!

You don't necessarily need an industrial scale to weigh your luggage. Buy a regular domestic scale. You know the ones "Check your weight" guys carry around? Yes, that one. It's less than 2k.

To weigh, first stand on it and check your weight. Write it down or memorise it. Now put your luggage on your head and check your combined weight. Subtracting your own weight from the combined weight will give you the weight of your luggage.

Your allowance per main luggage is 23kg but aim for 21kg or max 22kg at home. Why? The scale at Murtala Mohammed Int'l Airport is forward by about 2kg. You don't want to stress yourself with reshuffling at the airport or trashing stuffs you bought with your hard-earned money. Pack smartly from home!

Airport staffs are not smiling again. Before they allow you pass/check-in a 23.9kg bag, you'll beg tire. Anything above that, they'll tell you to go obtain a ticket of $150 per overweight bag upstairs! You don't need that wahala in your life.

What else?

Remember I asked you to stuff all your clothes & books plus shoes into your cabin luggage? Trust me, it would have exceeded 8kg by now. You know the box itself will add to the weight as well.

Let me give you orijo. grin

1. Your laptop bag is not weighed. That's an extra space to put clothes, books, laptop (of course), charger etc.

2. Your hand bag isn't weighed either. If you're a lady, that's a plus. You can carry a laptop bag + your handbag alongside the cabin bag.

3. If you're eleru town council like me & you've utilised all available spaces yet you're still not within allocated kg limits, fear not. There's still a way.

Leave your original cabin luggage with somebody (eg family/friend who followed you to the airport). Let them act like they own the bag while they simply stand by it.

Check in your laptop bag as your Cabin Luggage. They'll tag it and return it to you while the two main bags are passed to cargo. Now remove the tag and stickers on your laptop bag and place it on your original Cabin Luggage you kept with your escort. You're done!

With these tips, you'll have a smooth sail luggage wise.


Extras....

Depending on how light or fancy you want to travel, those silly Echolac boxes are not your friend. 1) They'll add to the overall weight 2) They're not durable. Most would be damaged (broken handles, broken wheels, torn surface areas, etc) before you arrive your destination. How would you even lift a damaged box? You'll place it on your head maybe grin

Invest in a quality box. Might be pricey but it will last for years and save you from embarrassing situations. I don't know if/where those are sold in Nigeria. I bought mine in the abroad. This is my 5th year of usage and I travel very frequently. It's still intact.

If you're low on cash, buy those very strong bagco ghana must go bags as main luggage. Not the usual ones. This one is a bit recent & it comes in one color - grey! More like a grainy white mixed with black. It costs about N1,500 per bag. Nothing to be ashamed of. You wont even see it until your final destination after you check it in at MMIA, so you can still form posh in transit with your cabin luggage. Regular travellers use it a lot. It's very light and durable. For your information, they sell it in the abroad too. So what? In fact, its a life saver for people whose boxes get damaged at the airport. Just that they'll pay a few extra thousands more to procure it at the airport.

No use am as cabin baggage oooo. You'll look like Osuofia in London. Hehehe. Joking. Use a correct small sized box as cabin/hand luggage.

Third option is to source for lightweight boxes (rare) or lightweight travelling bags with wheels (looks like a piece of cloth with wheels attached when empty. The box-shaped compact ones are heavy).


Wishing you a safe flight!




Nice one
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Lexusgs430: 11:31pm On Aug 21, 2020
[quote author=RuqoyyahOnikepe post=93070453][/quote]


You wan break pesin back......... cheesy
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Nobody: 7:17am On Aug 22, 2020
Hi guys,please I need the necessary information on how to obtain a UK Tier 5 temporary work visa(charity).How to get COS and then the chances of getting the visa here in Nigeria.Please gurus in the house I need help
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by famzynet: 8:19am On Aug 22, 2020
ChiomaChy:
Hi guys,please I need the necessary information on how to obtain a UK Tier 5 temporary work visa(charity).How to get COS and then the chances of getting the visa here in Nigeria.Please gurus in the house I need help
There is a UK Visa forum on nairaland. I think you may likely get someone that has been through such road there.
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Merceline(f): 1:45pm On Aug 26, 2020
Hi everyone. A very interesting and informative thread����.

Please I intend to write QLTS in Jan. 2021 ( An exam for lawyers who want to be recognized and practice in the UK)

Has anyone here done the exams before or do you know any Nigerian that has done it?

Please vwhat do you think are my chances of getting a job as a solicitor.

Getting the required visa to enable me work is not a problem.
Thanks
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Ligxy(f): 4:49pm On Feb 04
imconfused:


Bitcoins?? Ahh I'm very scared of it ..If I decide to venture,what platform do I get on to.buy?

3 years later. Did you later invest in the bitcoin? Or are you binding Oga Ralphlauren as I predicted?
If you had put just $500 back then, how much do you think you'll have now?
I come in peace ✌
Re: The Adventures Of A New UK Migrant by Chibabe005(f): 2:48am On Feb 06
UKmigrant:
Thank God got to London in one piece. The poundo yam in my hand luggage was siezed at Istanbul Airport by one silly lady like that and she trashed it right in my presence shouting "forbidden". I wish I fit knock am for head. Thing pain me no be small!

buhahahahahahaha.. lmao!

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