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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Zehava: 8:22am On Oct 23
dilodavid:
Hello guys, kindly help verify if this visa grant notice is legit.

Bros, if you've not paid him forget payment because it's all photoshop. The guy no try at all, his work is not neat..

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by dilodavid(m): 8:27am On Oct 23
Zehava:


Bros, if you've not paid him forget payment because it's all photoshop. The guy no try at all, his work is not neat..
Okay.. I haven't paid him at all. I suspected it when i saw it and i had to share it here to further confirm my doubts. Thanks buddy.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by jayooh: 9:42am On Oct 23
dilodavid:
Hello guys, kindly help verify if this visa grant notice is legit.

The travel document number alone should have ticked you off. GJ- how na? You na Goodluck Jonathan ni
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by dilodavid(m): 9:48am On Oct 23
jayooh:


The travel document number alone should have ticked you off. GJ- how na? You na Goodluck Jonathan ni
Yea, just saw that now. Already had my doubts with some other areas though. Thanks all the same buddy.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Xenyth(m): 4:18pm On Oct 23
dilodavid:
Hello guys, kindly help verify if this visa grant notice is legit.
The person that did this work deserve hot slap because he is not smart at all.
Inconsistent font size and type
The travel document number cannot start with GJ.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by dilodavid(m): 4:26pm On Oct 23
Xenyth:

The person that did this work deserve hot slap because he is not smart at all.
Inconsistent font size and type
The travel document number cannot start with GJ.
Thanks bro, i appreciate
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by 9JAFULLBREED(m): 8:14pm On Oct 23
dilodavid:
Hello guys, kindly help verify if this visa grant notice is legit.

FAKE! See as the fronts dey fear sef. The agent no get sense at all.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by dilodavid(m): 8:21pm On Oct 23
9JAFULLBREED:


FAKE! See as the fronts dey fear sef. The agent no get sense at all.
Thanks buddy. Bless up.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by FBS: 12:29am On Oct 24
dilodavid:
Hello guys, kindly help verify if this visa grant notice is legit.
choi. I fear oo. People do this? shocked
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 3:19am On Oct 24
dilodavid:
Hello guys, kindly help verify if this visa grant notice is legit.


I will advice you to report this fellow to the efcc or any other security agency to put him where he belongs.

1. There is no more subclass 457 visa. It has been replaced with 482.

2. The initial entry date cannot be 01/09/2019 except you did your medicals or police certificate on 01/09/2018.

3. This is very obvious that it was edited from a copy of another visa. So many errors.

4. The officer approved the visa of 2018 in 2019.

5. This agent is not smart and very dull. He has done a very poor job of editing a document. Without looking in detail, it is obvious it is not a genuine document.

6. VEVO did not return any information about this. I actually checked VEVO to confirm if he tried to swap someone else's visa for you. No record on VEVO.

7. Did you at anytime do medicals or submit police certificate during the process?

8. The passport number, does it match with your passport?

9. How much did you pay or agreed to pay for this?

10. This person wanted to put you in more trouble.


Rather than seek agent that will put you in trouble, you can do this thing by yourself. You still have time as you are not 45 yet. If you have occupation on the skill list, you can get the process started. Check the other thread for more information.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ishiamu(m): 9:10am On Oct 24
bellong:



I will advice you to report this fellow to the efcc or any other security agency to put him where he belongs.

1. There is no more subclass 457 visa. It has been replaced with 482.

2. The initial entry date cannot be 01/09/2019 except you did your medicals or police certificate on 01/09/2018.

3. This is very obvious that it was edited from a copy of another visa. So many errors.

4. The officer approved the visa of 2018 in 2019.

5. This agent is not smart and very dull. He has done a very poor job of editing a document. Without looking in detail, it is obvious it is not a genuine document.

6. VEVO did not return any information about this. I actually checked VEVO to confirm if he tried to swap someone else's visa for you. No record on VEVO.

7. Did you at anytime do medicals or submit police certificate during the process?

8. The passport number, does it match with your passport?

9. How much did you pay or agreed to pay for this?

10. This person wanted to put you in more trouble.


Rather than seek agent that will put you in trouble, you can do this thing by yourself. You still have time as you are not 45 yet. If you have occupation on the skill list, you can get the process started. Check the other thread for more information.


Please how can I apply for Australian tourist visa ..... I need your urgent help
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 9:33am On Oct 24
ishiamu:



Please how can I apply for Australian tourist visa ..... I need your urgent help

The instructions are in this link:

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visa-1/600-
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by dilodavid(m): 3:42pm On Oct 24
bellong:



I will advice you to report this fellow to the efcc or any other security agency to put him where he belongs.

1. There is no more subclass 457 visa. It has been replaced with 482.

2. The initial entry date cannot be 01/09/2019 except you did your medicals or police certificate on 01/09/2018.

3. This is very obvious that it was edited from a copy of another visa. So many errors.

4. The officer approved the visa of 2018 in 2019.

5. This agent is not smart and very dull. He has done a very poor job of editing a document. Without looking in detail, it is obvious it is not a genuine document.

6. VEVO did not return any information about this. I actually checked VEVO to confirm if he tried to swap someone else's visa for you. No record on VEVO.

7. Did you at anytime do medicals or submit police certificate during the process?

8. The passport number, does it match with your passport?

9. How much did you pay or agreed to pay for this?

10. This person wanted to put you in more trouble.


Rather than seek agent that will put you in trouble, you can do this thing by yourself. You still have time as you are not 45 yet. If you have occupation on the skill list, you can get the process started. Check the other thread for more information.
Alright bro, I am willing to get it done myself since u have said it is possible
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 6:31pm On Oct 24
dilodavid:
Alright bro, I am willing to get it done myself since u have said it is possible

Read this

https://www.nairaland.com/4478747/diy-guide-australian-permanent-resident
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by gcey2k(m): 11:59pm On Oct 24
Zehava:


Bros, if you've not paid him forget payment because it's all photoshop. The guy no try at all, his work is not neat..

Lolzzz Bro...

And everywhere was just WORK WORK WORK WORK WORK

Like say na Rihanna and Drake
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Mailthaddeus(m): 7:57am On Oct 25
bellong:


Can you help SuzyAllen with his query?

Thanks...

I am miles away from Sydney. Not sure I will get to have holiday in that city again.

Why so? What are ur reasons?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 12:31pm On Oct 25
Mailthaddeus:


Why so? What are ur reasons?

I didn't like it.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Godisgracious: 2:46pm On Oct 25
Please someone should come to my aid, i need a good ielts tutorial center in Enugu with good reviews.
Kindly treat as urgent.
Dont ignore
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by TheInvestor: 4:49pm On Oct 25
I am facing a challenge paying for assessment with my GTB naira master card on the engineer Australia portal - my card was declined . Has anyone been able to successful made payment recently? I am in dire need of advice pleaseeeee!!
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by wapu: 8:29pm On Oct 25
TheInvestor:
I am facing a challenge paying for assessment with my GTB naira master card on the engineer Australia portal - my card was declined . Has anyone been able to successful made payment recently? I am in dire need of advice pleaseeeee!!

You can use Austransaction.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by FBS: 1:59am On Oct 26
Mailthaddeus:


Why so? What are ur reasons?
Not speaking for bellong but Sydney? nah. Took a road trip there with the family. Couldn't wait to get out of that city. Its OK I guess for some.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Jessbee: 1:12am On Oct 28
Hi everyone, please I need urgent info on carrying naija foodstuff to Australia via any airport especially Brisbane airport. Moving from UK and don't want to let go of all my ogiri, ugba, crayfish, breadfruit etc. Had horrible experience with buying stuff here and ending up binning them cause of their unauthentic taste, don't want to go through that again in Oz. Please help a sister
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by chidike(m): 4:53am On Oct 28
Jessbee:
Hi everyone, please I need urgent info on carrying naija foodstuff to Australia via any airport especially Brisbane airport. Moving from UK and don't want to let go of all my ogiri, ugba, crayfish, breadfruit etc. Had horrible experience with buying stuff here and ending up binning them cause of their unauthentic taste, don't want to go through that again in Oz. Please help a sister

Ensure everything is in a clear bag or container and labeled (including ogili). I actually travelled from New Zealand to Australia with the foodstuff my mum brought for me (Ogili, uziza, okporoko etc), I declared and when I got to the Airport in Melbourne, I showed them my card, they asked , what I had, I told them foodstuff and they let me go without checking my bag. You may not be so lucky but just make sure you declare all you have.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by obi24(f): 7:13am On Oct 28
chidike:

Ensure everything is in a clear bag or container and labeled (including ogili). I actually travelled from New Zealand to Australia with the foodstuff my mum brought for me (Ogili, uziza, okporoko etc), I declared and when I got to the Airport in Melbourne, I showed them my card, they asked , what I had, I told them foodstuff and they let me go without checking my bag. You may not be so lucky but just make sure you declare all you have.


Hummm interesting! Pls how did u package ur Ogiri? Was it dried ogiri or fresh ogiri? Am seriously thinking of bringing the stuff to Aussie even if na small ogiri.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by chidike(m): 8:59am On Oct 28
obi24:



Hummm interesting! Pls how did u package ur Ogiri? Was it dried ogiri or fresh ogiri? Am seriously thinking of bringing the stuff to Aussie even if na small ogiri.
It was still in its paste form, my mum wrapped it in foil, then put it in a small transparent container and finally in a zip lock. When she brought it over from Naija, they opened it at the airport, you know how bad ogili smells, she said one of the officials said he liked the smell, lol. Anyways they allowed her go with it, was was labelled locust beans I think. I didn't have any encounter with them when I took it to Oz.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Jessbee: 12:30pm On Oct 28
chidike:

Ensure everything is in a clear bag or container and labeled (including ogili). I actually travelled from New Zealand to Australia with the foodstuff my mum brought for me (Ogili, uziza, okporoko etc), I declared and when I got to the Airport in Melbourne, I showed them my card, they asked , what I had, I told them foodstuff and they let me go without checking my bag. You may not be so lucky but just make sure you declare all you have.



Thanks for responding. Spent all night packaging and labeling clear plastic bags already, so na to just make sure I declare and pray well they don't start checking.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Jessbee: 12:35pm On Oct 28
obi24:



Hummm interesting! Pls how did u package ur Ogiri? Was it dried ogiri or fresh ogiri? Am seriously thinking of bringing the stuff to Aussie even if na small ogiri.


I have both ogiri and ogiri okpei��. The ogiri is in small plastic containers and I put them into a clear ziplock bag and labelled. The okpei (ground) is in double ziplock bag to reduce the smell and also labelled.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by obi24(f): 1:58pm On Oct 28
Jessbee:



I have both ogiri and ogiri okpei��. The ogiri is in small plastic containers and I put them into a clear ziplock bag and labelled. The okpei (ground) is in double ziplock bag to reduce the smell and also labelled.

Ok, thank you.Apart Locust beans, what botanical name did u tag on it?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by pbs4real(m): 2:51pm On Oct 30
bellong:


If you are coming on tourist visa, you should leave at the expiration of your visa.
why
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bellong: 1:58am On Oct 31
pbs4real:
why

Because the condition on the visa usually comes with no further stay..

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