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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by sgtponzihater1(m): 6:32am On Apr 08
RalphJean:




Sgtponzihater1
Welcome back. We (I) missed you.

Thanks, me too. Good to be back
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by kaylov12: 6:52am On Apr 08
djo120920:


Thank you dear STENON.

I will take your suggestion. But I fear the market will be oversaturated with English teachers. What do you think? And what are the chances of gaining a job (leading to Tier 2 visa and ultimately ILR) with the QTS award?

My initial plan was to come study MSc Social Research and then go on to conduct academic research at the PhD level. I already got admission for that. But I also love teaching, especially in the classroom. And someone mooted the idea of the QTS to me. I'm about to start applying for that. Can you point me towards some universities that offer PGCE with QTS? I've seen a couple, like Reading, Coventry, and Kingston. I'd like to see if there are others as well.

Thank you again



Hello, I stumbled on your post and thought to give a sincere advice as a current PGCE student in UK. PLEASE DO NOT COME TO STUDY PGCE SECONDARY ENGLISH, IT IS HARD TO GET A JOB.
I have colleagues in Secondary English really scouting for jobs. Like you said that department is saturated. You may look at PGCE primary instead, if you want settlement.
PS. I study secondary mathematics and already got a job for September.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by olenime(m): 8:17am On Apr 08
Pls guys, Any means to receive funds from usa to my uk account directly?
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by marylandcakes: 8:21am On Apr 08
Good morning everyone

I need pounds in exchange for naira .
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by kode12: 8:55am On Apr 08
olenime:
Pls guys, Any means to receive funds from usa to my uk account directly?
Transferwise??
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by segzeybaba(m): 9:04am On Apr 08
happy to take it, can you pm me pls


marylandcakes:
Good morning everyone

I need pounds in exchange for naira .
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by RalphJean: 9:04am On Apr 08
marylandcakes:
Good morning everyone

I need pounds in exchange for naira .


My sister, you are spoiled for choice.
A) Omopapa
B) MamaTukwas
C) Lexusg430
D) Tobexin (be ready to submit the data page of your passport, your BRP number (if applicable), your drivers license etc)

E). RalphJean- as an Ijebu man? I will do the pre-Buhari exchange rate for you. £1 = NGN 250



You have lots of options...

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by TEODIN: 9:41am On Apr 08
STENON:
1.What PGDE subject are you applying for? Is it Primary or secondary Teaching? It is a postgraduate course not an undergraduate course so your dependant should be able to come with you.

2. Yes and No. E.g Mathematics has higher job prospects than Enonomics undecided
Hello STENON, about 1 year ago you gave me an advice concerning my sister, you adviced she runs a pgd in education and get registered with TRCN.. she is rounding up her PgD and registration with TRCN in 2 months, she has about 10 years experience in Education and studied Computer science/Maths in her Bachelor’s but just been promoted to the role of Head Teacher for a very good school. please what do you advise as the next step towards actualizing her dream to move to the Uk, Thanks and hope to read your response

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Lexusgs430: 9:48am On Apr 08
olenime:
Pls guys, Any means to receive funds from usa to my uk account directly?


Yes, direct bank to bank transfer.......
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Lexusgs430: 9:50am On Apr 08
RalphJean:



My sister, you are spoiled for choice.
A) Omopapa
B) MamaTukwas
C) Lexusg430
D) Tobexin (be ready to submit the data page of your passport, your BRP number (if applicable), your drivers license etc)

E). RalphJean- as an Ijebu man? I will do the pre-Buhari exchange rate for you. £1 = NGN 250



You have lots of options...


Tobexin...... Come repair your reputation ó.......


Which Buhari tenure ....... grin
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Lexusgs430: 9:56am On Apr 08
sgtponzihater1:


It depends on how long she has worked in the UK. Below would be the requirement for SMP


you work for your employer in the 15th week before your baby is due and have worked for them for at least 26 weeks before that (you can find your dates by entering your due date below)
your average pay, before tax, is at least £120 a week


You miss in action ó...... Nah brexit or covid21 hibernate you........ grin

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Momakay: 10:25am On Apr 08
Omo I don confuse cry cry



sgtponzihater1:


It depends on how long she has worked in the UK. Below would be the requirement for SMP


you work for your employer in the 15th week before your baby is due and have worked for them for at least 26 weeks before that (you can find your dates by entering your due date below)
your average pay, before tax, is at least £120 a week
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Tobexin(m): 10:39am On Apr 08
RalphJean:



My sister, you are spoiled for choice.
A) Omopapa
B) MamaTukwas
C) Lexusg430
D) Tobexin (be ready to submit the data page of your passport, your BRP number (if applicable), your drivers license etc)

E). RalphJean- as an Ijebu man? I will do the pre-Buhari exchange rate for you. £1 = NGN 250



You have lots of options...
hahahaha my KYC doesn’t entails that anymore unless you want to send millions of pound to me I will surely ask for any form of identification grin grin no be my fault ooo Uk banks to get wahala.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Tobexin(m): 10:41am On Apr 08
Lexusgs430:



Tobexin...... Come repair your reputation ó.......


Which Buhari tenure ....... grin
hahahaa no mind ralp.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by marylandcakes: 10:56am On Apr 08
RalphJean:



My sister, you are spoiled for choice.
A) Omopapa
B) MamaTukwas
C) Lexusg430
D) Tobexin (be ready to submit the data page of your passport, your BRP number (if applicable), your drivers license etc)

E). RalphJean- as an Ijebu man? I will do the pre-Buhari exchange rate for you. £1 = NGN 250





You have lots of options...

I will take your ijebu offer if you are serious.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Lexusgs430: 11:14am On Apr 08
marylandcakes:


I will take your ijebu offer if you are serious.


RalphJean, just pointed a bazooka through his nostrils........ cheesy


A simple reason why RalphJean, can NEVER become an aboki...... cheesy
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by marylandcakes: 12:10pm On Apr 08
segzeybaba:
happy to take it, can you pm me pls



Many thanks. It was very nice and pleasant doing business with you. ��
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by marylandcakes: 12:17pm On Apr 08
Lexusgs430:


RalphJean, just pointed a bazooka through his nostrils........ cheesy


A simple reason why RalphJean, can NEVER become an aboki...... cheesy


Don’t mind him. He loves to jump in with two feet, without taking a look first. grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by sgtponzihater1(m): 12:36pm On Apr 08
Momakay:

Omo I don confuse cry cry




Let me know where the confusion is, and I can clarify. Cheers
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by sgtponzihater1(m): 12:38pm On Apr 08
Lexusgs430:



You miss in action ó...... Nah brexit or covid21 hibernate you........ grin

Money palava. Winning the closing rounds from the score card.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by profemebee(m): 12:41pm On Apr 08
hi hi my great people..

I have a question for a friend oo..

She has not been to Naija in a while and so doesn't have NIN.. and now her Nigerian passport expired end of last year.

Is there any nos she can call as all the Nig. High Commission UK phone nos are switched off.

Or can she just do ETC as she is British too?

Please i need suggestion as she is to travel to naija this summer.. thanks
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Hebraeem: 12:51pm On Apr 08
Hello Guys, please can someone confirm if a postgraduate student can work full time during this easter break? I have also asked the int. office at my school, no answer yet. I have perused the T4 Visa rules and regulations and I think one can do so outside the term time which is from 29th March to 16th April 2021.

I would still like to get your input to put all doubts to rest. Thank you.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Raisin: 1:12pm On Apr 08
Hello All.
Please I need naira for pounds. I am trying to send a DM to omopapa and lexus but I'm a getting a message that I have to hold on as I have sent many anonymous mails (don't know why though)
Please DM me if you have naira and you need pounds.
Thanks
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by marylandcakes: 2:09pm On Apr 08
Raisin:
Hello All.
Please I need naira for pounds. I am trying to send a DM to omopapa and lexus but I'm a getting a message that I have to hold on as I have sent many anonymous mails (don't know why though)
Please DM me if you have naira and you need pounds.
Thanks

Many thanks. Great pleasure doing business with you. grin grin
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Kennyinusa(m): 2:23pm On Apr 08
hi @here
I have an interesting problem and I need some help in figuring out the best thing to do.

I am a Nigerian with a Nigerian passport that expires on 14th of April
I have a return flight back to the UK on the 13th of April
I have a BRP that doesn't expire for another 3 years.

I have already applied for a new passport at the Ikoyi office about 3 weeks ago and they are saying the issue is with printing the passport.
I have called my airline and they said that they will allow me to board since my passport is still active.

Do you think it is safe for me to try to get on that flight?
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by erico2k2(m): 2:44pm On Apr 08
Kennyinusa:
hi @here
I have an interesting problem and I need some help in figuring out the best thing to do.

I am a Nigerian with a Nigerian passport that expires on 14th of April
I have a return flight back to the UK on the 13th of April
I have a BRP that doesn't expire for another 3 years.

I have already applied for a new passport at the Ikoyi office about 3 weeks ago and they are saying the issue is with printing the passport.
I have called my airline and they said that they will allow me to board since my passport is still active.

Do you think it is safe for me to try to get on that flight?
you can however you problem will be with the Nigerian Immigration who will only see a chance to cash out
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by erico2k2(m): 2:46pm On Apr 08
profemebee:
hi hi my great people..

I have a question for a friend oo..

She has not been to Naija in a while and so doesn't have NIN.. and now her Nigerian passport expired end of last year.

Is there any nos she can call as all the Nig. High Commission UK phone nos are switched off.

Or can she just do ETC as she is British too?

Please i need suggestion as she is to travel to naija this summer.. thanks
ain't the ETC issued by the Embassey?if they are closed how would this be possible?
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Hebraeem: 2:56pm On Apr 08
Hebraeem:
Hello Guys, please can someone confirm if a postgraduate student can work full time during this easter break? I have also asked the int. office at my school, no answer yet. I have perused the T4 Visa rules and regulations and I think one can do so outside the term time which is from 29th March to 16th April 2021.

I would still like to get your input to put all doubts to rest. Thank you.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 4:10pm On Apr 08
erico2k2:

ain't the ETC issued by the Embassey?if they are closed how would this be possible?

The embassy was/is closed to issuing passport but never closed for ETC. Ba rep told me by law an embassy cannot make people totally stranded so have to be opened to ETC
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by erico2k2(m): 4:33pm On Apr 08
LagosismyHome:


The embassy was/is closed to issuing passport but never closed for ETC. Ba rep told me by law an embassy cannot make people totally stranded so have to be opened to ETC
if so ETC is the way 4ward then
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by RalphJean: 4:34pm On Apr 08
Hebraeem:
Hello Guys, please can someone confirm if a postgraduate student can work full time during this easter break? I have also asked the int. office at my school, no answer yet. I have perused the T4 Visa rules and regulations and I think one can do so outside the term time which is from 29th March to 16th April 2021.

I would still like to get your input to put all doubts to rest. Thank you.

1. Go to your school website ( probably on your student portal)

2. Check the ‘term dates’ as per your school calendar.

3. If the dates you want to work > 20 h/week are outside of your official school term dates, then you are good to go.

I hope this helps. Any more questions? Ask.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 5:01pm On Apr 08
erico2k2:

if so ETC is the way 4ward then

Its more expensive than passport and it one time use instead of passport that can be used multiple times and 5 years...

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