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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by princejck: 4:00pm On Jul 04, 2018
Make unahh stop this argument of who’s right and who’s not... if you re not satisfied with anyone’s comments or advice here... try to make your own research and get the facts for yourselves..instead of this nonsense unahh dey do here.

The forum should be all about education..so those involved should stop acting like illiterates

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by dailydolar(m): 4:06pm On Jul 04, 2018
fluxyn:

I filled my diploma result as additional exam before entering university. And I filled 4.0 for secondary school grade for the ones that requested for gp. I think what matters most is that you upload the result
OK did same too were u admitted in Bremen ? Which course mine is materials chemistry and mineralogy
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Nobody: 4:06pm On Jul 04, 2018
Eagerly awaiting transcript for Abuja visa interview.....

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Dammy112: 4:09pm On Jul 04, 2018
If you looking for information about anything, the best way to go about it is to research about it before asking for advice on NL. Most people giving out advice don't even have any idea about how the application and admission process works, And most times its the same person asking questions that answers under a different name.
Always research about anything,the internet has it. Its obvious its the same person that why someone that i did not quote his/her commenting about the issue,They are the same person but WITH different names/handle.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Dammy112: 4:11pm On Jul 04, 2018
Fustinachichi:
Eagerly awaiting transcript for Abuja visa interview.....

He can't produce anything, Its FAKE, He did not apply at all. He will be trying to an create a transcript with the same pattern with a previous one.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Kamps: 4:14pm On Jul 04, 2018
connweke:
So that one yeye somebody will start writing LIES LIES LIES... I will do so via email soon.

Bros, kindly share your transcripts... leave that clown, guess he is from another planet.. Am even laughing presently.. because, am in for Abuja oh though still waiting for my admission.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by dailydolar(m): 4:18pm On Jul 04, 2018
Kamps:


Bros, kindly share your transcripts... leave that clown, guess he is from another planet.. Am even laughing presently.. because, am in for Abuja oh though still waiting for my admission.
did you use abuja address to apply if no, you might be on long thing ooo but if yes u can go ahead .
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Kamps: 4:20pm On Jul 04, 2018
dailydolar:
did you use abuja address to apply if no you might be on long thing ooo but ifbyes u can go ahead .

Yes ooh... I was able to change it kind of on my school portal

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by dailydolar(m): 4:28pm On Jul 04, 2018
Kamps:


Yes ooh... I was able to change it kind of on my school portal
congrats
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by johndoefoo: 4:31pm On Jul 04, 2018
Dammy112:


You need to learn how to write good English with grammatical errors. You are all the same posting fake pieces of information on NL. How many of you actually apply that makes you think you can advise people on NL, Stop spreading Lies.
Anyone asking on NL should always doublecheck about the issue personally.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by manuel04(m): 4:32pm On Jul 04, 2018
Kamps:
Has anybody heard from Freie Universität, Berlin?

Manuel04,Bros..any update?
Nothing yet oo, i'm still waiting, which course did you apply there? Have you received any update from them ?
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Dammy112: 4:36pm On Jul 04, 2018
johndoefoo:




LOOOOOOL...REALLY DID I TYPE THAT HMMMMMMMM
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by princetigris(m): 4:36pm On Jul 04, 2018
Kamps:
Has anybody heard from Freie Universität, Berlin?

Manuel04,Bros..any update?
all these schools for Berlin dey wacko. They drop admission notifications late.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by dailydolar(m): 4:38pm On Jul 04, 2018
johndoefoo:



this one off me
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Jupiterproperty: 4:39pm On Jul 04, 2018
One of the most anticipated gists is here, people refer to it as transcript, so i did my interview this week. Here is my experience.

Arrived at the embassy at 5:30am for my interview scheduled for 7 am. I met a man who is the opposite of Mr Paulinus or what is that his name again sef, i don't know this man's name but from his character and approach, he is a direct opposite of Mr Paulinus. I was the first person out about 5 visa applicants and he helped all of us one after the other in arranging the documents through his calm instructions.
By 7:10 am, they sent us inside for interview:

The moment i was invited inside by the V.O, my heart pounded small but my other parts of the body remained sounded.

V.O: Your documents
Me: here please

VO: Your visa fee of 27k
me: i quickly removed 500 naira from the 27,500 i was holding sharply (no time).

VO: Your school of admission?
me: Technical university of Berlin

VO: When did you graduate?
me: 2013
"The VO was using one small address system and it was hard for me to hear him once, i kept saying pardon!!!

VO: what have you been doing after graduation?
Me: After my graduation, i proceeded to the Nigerian Law school and was called to bar in 2014, since then, i have been a practicing lawyer.

Vo: Have you funded?
me: Yes

Vo: How much did you fund?
me: 8640 euro

Vo: who funded it for you?
me: (for my mind abi this guy think say i be yahoo boy), My elder brother funded it for me

Vo: what does he do?
me:He is businessman

VO: what is the name of masters program? and Why this course?
me: Masters in European and International Energy Law and Bla bla bla

VO: Did you learn German?
Me: Yes, i learnt the A1 level at Goethe Institut in Lagos late last year eventhough the language of instruction for my course is English Language.

V.O: Where is language certificate?
Me: its part of the documents i handed over you sir

VO: Tell me key facts about Germany
me: Germany has an estimated population of over 82million people according to 2015 report of which 59.4% of this population practice christian faith, 34.4% of this population are those people who doesn't identify with any religion and 5.5% of this population practice islamic faiths and teachings. Germany is a technologically and economically advanced country with high importation and exportation, the political system of Germany is federal, parliamentary and democratic system of government, the president is the head of state and the chancellor is the head of government. The president performs ceremonial functions a little like that of the queen of England and the chancellor carries out executive functions. In the area of education, Germany has quality education and they take pride in it, that is why germany has the highest number of noble prize winners and the first winner of this prestigious award is a German called Wilhem Roentgen who got the award in 1901 for his contribution to physics through the discovery of xray.
"i was surprised when the V.O still asked "is that all?
i quickly continued to add that Germany is home to the largest energy sector in the continental Europe and forerunner in the renewable energy deployment, at the moment, Germany is embarking on energy transition i.e. moving away from mainstream source of energy like thermol fossil fuel into full renewables such as wind energy, solar energy, biomass and biogas and all these sources will bring depletion of green house gas effect and will bring peace to global climate change.
The V.O was typing as i was given those responses.

VO: Tell me the name of the German President and Chancellor
me: Frank Walter and Angella Mekeil respectively.

Vo: What do you intend to do after your program?
me: to pack my load and come back,,,lol " my response was that, i have a plan to come back to Nigeria and initiate proposals and recommendations to various govermnent agencies responsible for energy in Nigeria on how we can also improve and have a formidable energy sector. (Eventhough na lie, who get time to come back here come dey suffer).

V.O: Thank you, we will get back to you and do you have any question.
me: (me that my leg was paining me since, question ko) lol. NO SIR!!!!

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Nobody: 4:42pm On Jul 04, 2018
blaze007:
If u in abuja...go to high court at gudu....I did mine there 1k5.
Den sending by DHL cost N20,900.
Best of luck.


Bro, next time you want to send documents to a school in Germany ask for students discount. I sent mine to Ruhr University Bochum for 14k last week via DHL at Wuse.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by connweke: 4:55pm On Jul 04, 2018
I applied for the visa interview on the 13th of June 2018 and got a reply on 19th of June (after 6 days of applying) with my Abuja address (Which is the same address on my admission letter). i got a date for 4th of July 2018 for 10:30am

I Arrived the embassy at about 10:15
Arranged my document at the entrance before stepping in to Almighty Counter 1
Interviewer --Hand me your documents please
Interviewer-- Hand me the originals and the passport
Interviewer--(checks if my application form is properly filled) Opens a file and attached my documents

Interviewer--Have you founded your account?
Answer--Not yet but i have the naira equivalent in my account and i have already started processing it
Interviewer--(brings four documents for me to sign, which is a declaration that i will fund and send via a provided email, otherwise application will not b e processed(

I jejely signed everything.

Interviewer-- Let me have ur visa fee
I handed the money, she kept asking about my work experience and all, typing as we talked. ( In my tiny head, i was already feeling good, is this the interview? so am done like this like this....Until the big question landed)

Interviewer--Do you want your interview in German or English
Me-- ( My own has finished lipsrsealed ) 40 minutes gone and we are just getting started

Interviewer--Why this Course
Interviewer--Why Germany, why not US or any other English speaking country?
Interviewer--What do u know about Germany? Politically, economically and her people
Interviewer--What do you Intend to do after graduation
Interviewer--Tell me about your school, discuss the modules of your intended course

As i answered, she typed word to word. i was practically dictating.
Long story Short, she collected my passport, handed me my receipt and said ..........I wish you good luck.

Caution, she has zero tolerance for slow people, u have be prompt in everything.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Kamps: 4:59pm On Jul 04, 2018
manuel04:

Nothing yet oo, i'm still waiting, which course did you apply there? Have you received any update from them ?

MSC Global History ,Bro... Status has changed to VALID and Processing status states "YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN PROCESSED AND YOU WILL BE CONSIDERED DURING SELECTION PROCESS"
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Bmfunso: 5:03pm On Jul 04, 2018
connweke:
I applied for the visa interview on the 13th of June 2018 and got a reply on 19th of June (after 6 days of applying) with my Abuja address (Which is the same address on my admission letter). i got a date for 4th of July 2018 for 10:30am

I Arrived the embassy at about 10:15
Arranged my document at the entrance before stepping in to Almighty Counter 1
Interviewer --Hand me your documents please
Interviewer-- Hand me the originals and the passport
Interviewer--(checks if my application form is properly filled) Opens a file and attached my documents

Interviewer--Have you founded your account?
Answer--Not yet but i have the naira equivalent in my account and i have already started processing it
Interviewer--(brings four documents for me to sign, which is a declaration that i will fund and send via a provided email, otherwise application will not b e processed(

I jejely signed everything.

Interviewer-- Let me have ur visa fee
I handed the money, she kept asking about my work experience and all, typing as we talked. ( In my tiny head, i was already feeling good, is this the interview? so am done like this like this....Until the big question landed)

Interviewer--Do you want your interview in German or English
Me-- ( My own has finished lipsrsealed ) 40 minutes gone and we are just getting started

Interviewer--Why this Course
Interviewer--Why Germany, why not US or any other English speaking country?
Interviewer--What do u know about Germany? Politically, economically and her people
Interviewer--What do you Intend to do after graduation
Interviewer--Tell me about your school, discuss the modules of your intended course

As i answered, she typed word to word. i was practically dictating.
Long story Short, she collected my passport, handed me my receipt and said ..........I wish you good luck.

Caution, she has zero tolerance for slow people, u have be prompt in everything.


best of luck, please did you say VO retained your international passport? I don't understand, do they normally retain international passport after the interview?

Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Kamps: 5:04pm On Jul 04, 2018
manuel04:

Nothing yet oo, i'm still waiting, which course did you apply there? Have you received any update from them ?

Try check yours too
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Dammy112: 5:10pm On Jul 04, 2018
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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by blaze007(m): 5:17pm On Jul 04, 2018
Tanx bro....noted

ansellotty:


Bro, next time you want to send documents to a school in Germany ask for students discount. I sent mine to Ruhr University Bochum for 14k last week via DHL at Wuse.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Jupiterproperty: 5:24pm On Jul 04, 2018
Dammy112:


HABA You people can lie,How is it possible for you to remember all what transpired between you and the VO and you dont know how the admission process works,Y ou are not a genius dude.You cant remember word for word. Lets take fake people away from here.

I am not surprised, only if you know how long i have been preparing for this interview, its not a matter of being a genius or not, i booked my visa appointment since April and i have been following this thread silently since the beginning of this year. The answers i quoted in my transcripts were truthfully the answers i gave and it was for the benefit of those who may need more facts during their interview, whats so special about my responses when you can easily get them online too.

Only if you knew how long i have waited for that interview, and for your information, i could not apply for visa interview last bcs according to the embassy last year, the consulate general was already booked out, it was painful and i didn't give up but instead, i went to Goethe Institut to register for A1 to aid my visa application despite my work schedule , just to improve on myself.

and yes i really prepared for the interview, some of my answers were paraphrased but the were my candid answers. It is not your fault though and i could have ignored you. Now i see why some people don't really like giving their transcripts or just giving brief ones.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by swisster: 5:26pm On Jul 04, 2018
connweke:
I applied for the visa interview on the 13th of June 2018 and got a reply on 19th of June (after 6 days of applying) with my Abuja address (Which is the same address on my admission letter). i got a date for 4th of July 2018 for 10:30am

I Arrived the embassy at about 10:15
Arranged my document at the entrance before stepping in to Almighty Counter 1
Interviewer --Hand me your documents please
Interviewer-- Hand me the originals and the passport
Interviewer--(checks if my application form is properly filled) Opens a file and attached my documents

Interviewer--Have you founded your account?
Answer--Not yet but i have the naira equivalent in my account and i have already started processing it
Interviewer--(brings four documents for me to sign, which is a declaration that i will fund and send via a provided email, otherwise application will not b e processed(

I jejely signed everything.

Interviewer-- Let me have ur visa fee
I handed the money, she kept asking about my work experience and all, typing as we talked. ( In my tiny head, i was already feeling good, is this the interview? so am done like this like this....Until the big question landed)

Interviewer--Do you want your interview in German or English
Me-- ( My own has finished lipsrsealed ) 40 minutes gone and we are just getting started

Interviewer--Why this Course
Interviewer--Why Germany, why not US or any other English speaking country?
Interviewer--What do u know about Germany? Politically, economically and her people
Interviewer--What do you Intend to do after graduation
Interviewer--Tell me about your school, discuss the modules of your intended course

As i answered, she typed word to word. i was practically dictating.
Long story Short, she collected my passport, handed me my receipt and said ..........I wish you good luck.

Caution, she has zero tolerance for slow people, u have be prompt in everything.




congrats man

are they collecting passport now, or itz just abuja embassy that does dat?
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by ubsilas(m): 5:27pm On Jul 04, 2018
Jupiterproperty:
One of the most anticipated gists is here, people refer to it as transcript, so i did my interview this week. Here is my experience.

Arrived at the embassy at 5:30am for my interview scheduled for 7 am. I met a man who is the opposite of Mr Paulinus or what is that his name again sef, i don't know this man's name but from his character and approach, he is a direct opposite of Mr Paulinus. I was the first person out about 5 visa applicants and he helped all of us one after the other in arranging the documents through his calm instructions.
By 7:10 am, they sent us inside for interview:

The moment i was invited inside by the V.O, my heart pounded small but my other parts of the body remained sounded.

V.O: Your documents
Me: here please

VO: Your visa fee of 27k
me: i quickly removed 500 naira from the 27,500 i was holding sharply (no time).

VO: Your school of admission?
me: Technical university of Berlin

VO: When did you graduate?
me: 2013
"The VO was using one small address system and it was hard for me to hear him once, i kept saying pardon!!!

VO: what have you been doing after graduation?
Me: After my graduation, i proceeded to the Nigerian Law school and was called to bar in 2014, since then, i have been a practicing lawyer.

Vo: Have you funded?
me: Yes

Vo: How much did you fund?
me: 8640 euro

Vo: who funded it for you?
me: (for my mind abi this guy think say i be yahoo boy), My elder brother funded it for me

Vo: what does he do?
me:He is businessman

VO: what is the name of masters program? and Why this course?
me: Masters in European and International Energy Law and Bla bla bla

VO: Did you learn German?
Me: Yes, i learnt the A1 level at Goethe Institut in Lagos late last year eventhough the language of instruction for my course is English Language.

V.O: Where is language certificate?
Me: its part of the documents i handed over you sir

VO: Tell me key facts about Germany
me: Germany has an estimated population of over 82million people according to 2015 report of which 59.4% of this population practice christian faith, 34.4% of this population are those people who doesn't identify with any religion and 5.5% of this population practice islamic faiths and teachings. Germany is a technologically and economically advanced country with high importation and exportation, the political system of Germany is federal, parliamentary and democratic system of government, the president is the head of state and the chancellor is the head of government. The president performs ceremonial functions a little like that of the queen of England and the chancellor carries out executive functions. In the area of education, Germany has quality education and they take pride in it, that is why germany has the highest number of noble prize winners and the first winner of this prestigious award is a German called Wilhem Roentgen who got the award in 1901 for his contribution to physics through the discovery of xray.
"i was surprised when the V.O still asked "is that all?
i quickly continued to add that Germany is home to the largest energy sector in the continental Europe and forerunner in the renewable energy deployment, at the moment, Germany is embarking on energy transition i.e. moving away from mainstream source of energy like thermol fossil fuel into full renewables such as wind energy, solar energy, biomass and biogas and all these sources will bring depletion of green house gas effect and will bring peace to global climate change.
The V.O was typing as i was given those responses.

VO: Tell me the name of the German President and Chancellor
me: Frank Walter and Angella Mekeil respectively.

Vo: What do you intend to do after your program?
me: to pack my load and come back,,,lol " my response was that, i have a plan to come back to Nigeria and initiate proposals and recommendations to various govermnent agencies responsible for energy in Nigeria on how we can also improve and have a formidable energy sector. (Eventhough na lie, who get time to come back here come dey suffer).

V.O: Thank you, we will get back to you and do you have any question.
me: (me that my leg was paining me since, question ko) lol. NO SIR!!!!

lol. Thanks man especially for the fact that you told us the actual answer you gave not the usual 'i answered'

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by ubsilas(m): 5:31pm On Jul 04, 2018
Jupiterproperty:


I am not surprised, only if you know how long i have been preparing for this interview, its not a matter of being a genius or not, i booked my visa appointment since April and i have been following this thread silently since the beginning of this year. The answers i quoted in my transcripts were truthfully the answers i gave and it was for the benefit of those who may need more facts during their interview, whats so special about my responses when you can easily get them online too.

Only if you knew how long i have waited for that interview, and for your information, i could not apply for visa interview last bcs according to the embassy last year, the consulate general was already booked out, it was painful and i didn't give up but instead, i went to Goethe Institut to register for A1 to aid my visa application despite my work schedule , just to improve on myself.

and yes i really prepared for the interview, some of my answers were paraphrased but the were my candid answers. It is not your fault though and i could have ignored you. Now i see why some people don't really like giving their transcripts or just giving brief ones.

Please dont let the guy's response discourage. the Dammy guy is just being a nuisance and seeking attention. I sincerely appreciate the fact that you shared your transcripts, i have gotten some pointers for myself sef. Congratulations in advance.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by chrisb2r200: 5:37pm On Jul 04, 2018
Please I will advice we should all ignore that dummy "dammy".....he is hereby ignored "henceforth" reply him at ur own peril.....with time we will get him reported and bound from the thread. So many people are mad, but few are on the streets. This I realised during my undergraduate project work(neuroscience)...and please let's not be discouraged to share our experiences. The way we learnt from our predecessors let's also give back to the coming ones....let's not deprive dem because of one person suffering from neurological and psychotic disorder/ unbalance.... Danke!!! Cc connweke, dailydolar

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by manuel04(m): 5:44pm On Jul 04, 2018
Jupiterproperty:
One of the most anticipated gists is here, people refer to it as transcript, so i did my interview this week. Here is my experience.

Arrived at the embassy at 5:30am for my interview scheduled for 7 am. I met a man who is the opposite of Mr Paulinus or what is that his name again sef, i don't know this man's name but from his character and approach, he is a direct opposite of Mr Paulinus. I was the first person out about 5 visa applicants and he helped all of us one after the other in arranging the documents through his calm instructions.
By 7:10 am, they sent us inside for interview:

The moment i was invited inside by the V.O, my heart pounded small but my other parts of the body remained sounded.

V.O: Your documents
Me: here please

VO: Your visa fee of 27k
me: i quickly removed 500 naira from the 27,500 i was holding sharply (no time).

VO: Your school of admission?
me: Technical university of Berlin

VO: When did you graduate?
me: 2013
"The VO was using one small address system and it was hard for me to hear him once, i kept saying pardon!!!

VO: what have you been doing after graduation?
Me: After my graduation, i proceeded to the Nigerian Law school and was called to bar in 2014, since then, i have been a practicing lawyer.

Vo: Have you funded?
me: Yes

Vo: How much did you fund?
me: 8640 euro

Vo: who funded it for you?
me: (for my mind abi this guy think say i be yahoo boy), My elder brother funded it for me

Vo: what does he do?
me:He is businessman

VO: what is the name of masters program? and Why this course?
me: Masters in European and International Energy Law and Bla bla bla

VO: Did you learn German?
Me: Yes, i learnt the A1 level at Goethe Institut in Lagos late last year eventhough the language of instruction for my course is English Language.

V.O: Where is language certificate?
Me: its part of the documents i handed over you sir

VO: Tell me key facts about Germany
me: Germany has an estimated population of over 82million people according to 2015 report of which 59.4% of this population practice christian faith, 34.4% of this population are those people who doesn't identify with any religion and 5.5% of this population practice islamic faiths and teachings. Germany is a technologically and economically advanced country with high importation and exportation, the political system of Germany is federal, parliamentary and democratic system of government, the president is the head of state and the chancellor is the head of government. The president performs ceremonial functions a little like that of the queen of England and the chancellor carries out executive functions. In the area of education, Germany has quality education and they take pride in it, that is why germany has the highest number of noble prize winners and the first winner of this prestigious award is a German called Wilhem Roentgen who got the award in 1901 for his contribution to physics through the discovery of xray.
"i was surprised when the V.O still asked "is that all?
i quickly continued to add that Germany is home to the largest energy sector in the continental Europe and forerunner in the renewable energy deployment, at the moment, Germany is embarking on energy transition i.e. moving away from mainstream source of energy like thermol fossil fuel into full renewables such as wind energy, solar energy, biomass and biogas and all these sources will bring depletion of green house gas effect and will bring peace to global climate change.
The V.O was typing as i was given those responses.

VO: Tell me the name of the German President and Chancellor
me: Frank Walter and Angella Mekeil respectively.

Vo: What do you intend to do after your program?
me: to pack my load and come back,,,lol " my response was that, i have a plan to come back to Nigeria and initiate proposals and recommendations to various govermnent agencies responsible for energy in Nigeria on how we can also improve and have a formidable energy sector. (Eventhough na lie, who get time to come back here come dey suffer).

V.O: Thank you, we will get back to you and do you have any question.
me: (me that my leg was paining me since, question ko) lol. NO SIR!!!!

Please what is the exact amount you paid into your block account and did you use Deutsche Bank and were u sent evidence of funding?
Thanks.
Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Jupiterproperty: 5:49pm On Jul 04, 2018
manuel04:


Please what is the exact amount you paid into your block account and did you use Deutsche Bank and were u sent evidence of funding?
Thanks.

I paid 8,640 euro and i used fintiba "suitor bank". After the payment, they sent me a blocking confirmation which i used as evidence during my interview.

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Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by diego2015(m): 6:33pm On Jul 04, 2018
connweke:
So that one yeye somebody will start writing LIES LIES LIES... I will do so via email soon.
bros Pls ignore him, write it here for all to benefit

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