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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Qudkom: 3:38pm On Mar 14
Amahjosh:
Hello Gurus in the House,

Good day every one.

I want to ask is Tax Clearance Certificate Important because i will be using my company as source of FUNDS. I registered the business with CAC last year October but have been running the my business since before it was registered. Should i ignore the Tax clearance certificate and just apply with my CAC certificate and my Company SOA which is barely few months not up to 6 months and i have transferred most of the funds (for my studies to my personal savings account) in my company account to my Personal Savings account to add up the funds already in my personal account. Or should i still get the tax clearance certificate, i called someone the amount he was saying to get the certificate is outrageous 150k.

Secondly as it stands which route is faster for visa application Online route or Paper route currently?


And please i need gurus that will help go through my SOP. I need reviews.

Ccc NaijaForeigner, 042viber,Frankrobbn1(MyOga) etc

Dont waste your money jusy scan the the cac certificate together with the bank statement and you are good to go.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Benwems(m): 4:15pm On Mar 14
Hello, is it possible for someone with second class lower in engineering to go directly to study Masters in Engineering in a University?
Kindly help with answers.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Johnsonkelvin: 5:06pm On Mar 14
Hello, please it is very necessary that I submit siblings birth certificate, because the family form I Saw is IMM5707 and also is it compulsory my sponsor (dad) declared his dependants in letter of sponsorship??
I didn't do any of them the last time I APPLIED
THANKS
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by 042viber12: 6:47pm On Mar 14
makano:
Lemme just chip in this to all MAY/JUNE/JULY 2018 Canadian study permit applicants here that are yet to get a reply form CIC. One of the reasons I havn't gotten Mad or worried about this long wait from CIC (I have applied since July 2018) is cos I have this positive opinion that My Visa will be approved, why do I say this? I have actually though to masef(This thought has been keeping me going) that If truly this people wanna refuse me, they would have refused me since. So its possible they are taking their time to knack me better TRV. My Eligibility review started exactly a month after I applied precisely August 2018 and since then CIC has kept mute on my Application, I have stopped sending them mails since December last year cos all the mails I have been sending have given me the same generic response, So i concluded that this mail don't really mean anything cos what will be will be. If you all have noticed, I havnt posted in 3 days on this thread. I have been reading posts on Part 13 and 14,trust me those parts are more interesting than this our part 15 cos there were so many approvals. While reading part 14, I came across a moniker called Abiodunne that got his TRV after 1 year and some months of his application and I said to myself, mine is just 8 months take a chill bro, urs can even be approved before that of Abiodune. As we have all noticed here, most of the June/ July applicants that got a response late from CIC actually got their Visas(I think only 2 got refused)So my advice to the May/June/July Applicants is that your TRV will be approved, they are just taking their time to give u ur Visa.
So be positive and do not get worried cos ur Visa is on its way soon.. It shall surely end in praise. Peace.

Guy, how did u know wat I have been thinking...I have tot about this, prayed over it..came to this exact conclusion..if they want to deny you, they would have done it since but yet it's still running..my own friend that told me about canada, applied early Feb got denied withing 2weeks...i just told myself to calm down and watch God do HIS work..this visa is yours...My sisters have told me bro, this visa will show...it's already obvious they can't deny u, just delaying the inevitable which is an approval...to me I just see this as a test from God to make me show more commitment to HIM and I will... My advice to my fellow comrades is, be strong, think less about it..do wat u feel u can do and leave the rest to God Almighty.. I miss the good days of part 14...where every week had larger number of approvals than denials..Makano I hail you bro...the approval is ours

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austacus: 6:53pm On Mar 14
042viber12:


Guy, how did u know wat I have been thinking...I have tot about this, prayed over it..came to this exact conclusion..if they want to deny you, they would have done it since but yet it's still running..i just told myself to calm down and watch God do HIS work..this visa is yours...My sisters have told me bro, this visa will show...it's already obvious they can't deny u, just delaying the inevitable which is an approval...to me I just see this as a test from God to make me show more commitment to HIM and I will... My advice to my fellow comrades is, be strong, think less about it..do wat u feel u can do and leave the rest to God Almighty..

You guys are amazing grin grin grin

God will definitely and surely manifest in its own due time.

@Abiodunne story was part of what kept sleekysoft faith alive... lo and behold it worked for him

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 8:00pm On Mar 14
Johnsonkelvin:
Hello, please it is very necessary that I submit siblings birth certificate, because the family form I Saw is IMM5707 and also is it compulsory my sponsor (dad) declared his dependants in letter of sponsorship??
I didn't do any of them the last time I APPLIED
THANKS

Include the birth certificate of your siblings. Also, your sponsor (father) should list out the number of his dependants because this gives a clearer view about his family composition. Father should further state in his letter of sponsorship that sponsoring you will not be a burden to the family, business and personal welfare.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by sillysassysally(f): 8:09pm On Mar 14
What of half-siblings? are we also supposed to include their birth certificates?
Also, in the case that two of a PA's half-sibling immigrated (one to the US and one to the UK - based on marrying citizens), does it weaken home ties and how does one need to address this?

Frankrobbn1:


Include the birth certificate of your siblings. Also, your sponsor (father) should list out the number of his dependants because this gives a clearer view about his family composition. Father should further state in his letter of sponsorship that sponsoring you will not be a burden to the family, business and personal welfare.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 8:23pm On Mar 14
sillysassysally:
What of half-siblings? are we also supposed to include their birth certificates?
Also, in the case that two of a PA's half-sibling immigrated (one to the US and one to the UK - based on marrying citizens), does it weaken home ties and how does one need to address this?


It's not compulsory to include their birth certificates (half-siblings). Either way if it's available you can. I know of someone whose half of her family lives in Canada and still secured her TRV. Thus, It doesn't weaken the PA's application on the account that PA's half-siblings reside abroad. As long as PA can demonstrate sufficient ties to their home country that can motivate their departure after visit, that wouldn't be an issue. Significant ties can include PA's other close family members who live in their home country (aged parents, spouse, kids and immediate siblings), current employment as well as good prospects for future employment in PA's country, ownership of an active business, and ownership of property or other assets in PA's home country.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 8:33pm On Mar 14
Benwems:
Hello, is it possible for someone with second class lower in engineering to go directly to study Masters in Engineering in a University?
Kindly help with answers.

Do you have extensive working experience in your chosen field of study? You can check Memorial University of Newfoundland they accept second class lower (2.2) for master's in engineering.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 8:46pm On Mar 14
Igbouwanile:

Yea bro, I'm doing great and everything is really moving fine.. loving it! how your paroles? I appreciate you, u doing a great job here. I'm part of the family so I'll always be here. God bless your efforts bro cool

It's my pleasure to hear from you again bro. My plan for PR is already on track. Hoping for a more excellent outcome. Thanks for the elite wishes. I say AMEN to your prayers. It's nice having you around here today.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austacus: 8:50pm On Mar 14
My Oga
Super Frankie

I greet from my end

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by wealth360: 8:55pm On Mar 14
Hello Everyone. I came back here to encourage someone especially May/June/July 2018 applicants. I'm of the opinion that all these applicants should have patient with the London Visa Office provided your application is confirmed to be treated there.

My reasons; I also submitted SOWP and TRV application for my wife and daughter respectively on the 15th of May, 2018 precisely. Because I'm here in Canada, I was able to use 2 MP's office to make enquiries for our application after 7 months of no update nor replies from CIC both in Lagos and London. Applied for 2 GCMS note in October and December last year and no updates of any sort on the note except many emails and enquiries sent to them.

Our Findings: London Visa office is overwhelmed with so much applications especially from Nigerian, because as @ 2018 Jan - July thereabout, most of the online route application were all transmitted to London office, coupled with PR applications, study permits, visitor visa and many other things angry Dont be surprise, This was the information given to us after 9 months in Feb 2019. Many applications from last year are still on queue for eligibility review either primary or secondary review.

My Message: Last week after 10 months of waiting, we got PPr for my wife and Daughter. a friend also got SP approved after 10 months. so, TRV hopeful as the name sound so you should be. please if London have not updated you, I bet you it will be approval. if they are gonna deny you, it will have happened before now.

Just to encourage you guys from last year MAY/JUNE/JULY 2018.

A big thanks to Frankrobbn1. God bless you bro.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 8:57pm On Mar 14
Austacus:
My Oga
Super Frankie

I greet from my end

My indisputable bro Austacus. My humble greetings goes to you! How are you doing bro? I salute you from here.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by 042viber12: 9:10pm On Mar 14
wealth360:
Hello Everyone. I came back here to encourage someone especially May/June/July 2018 applicants. I'm of the opinion that all these applicants should have patient with the London Visa Office provided your application is confirmed to be treated there.

My reasons; I also submitted SOWP and TRV application for my wife and daughter respectively on the 15th of May, 2018 precisely. Because I'm here in Canada, I was able to use 2 MP's office to make enquiries for our application after 7 months of no update nor replies from CIC both in Lagos and London. Applied for 2 GCMS note in October and December last year and no updates of any sort on the note except many emails and enquiries sent to them.

Our Findings: London Visa office is overwhelmed with so much applications especially from Nigerian, because as @ 2018 Jan - July thereabout, most of the online route application were all transmitted to London office, coupled with PR applications, study permits, visitor visa and many other things angry Dont be surprise, This was the information given to us after 9 months in Feb 2019. Many applications from last year are still on queue for eligibility review either primary or secondary review.

My Message: Last week after 10 months of waiting, we got PPr for my wife and Daughter. a friend also got SP approved after 10 months. so, TRV hopeful as the name sound so you should be. please if London have not updated you, I bet you it will be approval. if they are gonna deny you, it will have happened before now.

Just to encourage you guys from last year MAY/JUNE/JULY 2018.

A big thanks to Frankrobbn1. God bless you bro.

I so much appreciate you Sir for this information!.... congratulations on your family approvals...
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 9:19pm On Mar 14
wealth360:
Hello Everyone. I came back here to encourage someone especially May/June/July 2018 applicants. I'm of the opinion that all these applicants should have patient with the London Visa Office provided your application is confirmed to be treated there.

My reasons; I also submitted SOWP and TRV application for my wife and daughter respectively on the 15th of May, 2018 precisely. Because I'm here in Canada, I was able to use 2 MP's office to make enquiries for our application after 7 months of no update nor replies from CIC both in Lagos and London. Applied for 2 GCMS note in October and December last year and no updates of any sort on the note except many emails and enquiries sent to them.

Our Findings: London Visa office is overwhelmed with so much applications especially from Nigerian, because as @ 2018 Jan - July thereabout, most of the online route application were all transmitted to London office, coupled with PR applications, study permits, visitor visa and many other things angry Dont be surprise, This was the information given to us after 9 months in Feb 2019. Many applications from last year are still on queue for eligibility review either primary or secondary review.

My Message: Last week after 10 months of waiting, we got PPr for my wife and Daughter. a friend also got SP approved after 10 months. so, TRV hopeful as the name sound so you should be. please if London have not updated you, I bet you it will be approval. if they are gonna deny you, it will have happened before now.

Just to encourage you guys from last year MAY/JUNE/JULY 2018.

A big thanks to Frankrobbn1. God bless you bro.

What an inspirational and impactful story!. Happy to hear the long awaited application finally concluded in jubilation and praises. Thanks for sharing and elevating the minds of those who are presently on the wait list from IRCC. I hope they will also share their success story in a short while. Thanks for your elite wishes my bro and Amen to all of them. I am honoured to be mentioned in this crowning achievement. Congratulations! May God bless you and your family! Do have a great stay in Canada.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austacus: 9:45pm On Mar 14
wealth360:
Hello Everyone. I came back here to encourage someone especially May/June/July 2018 applicants. I'm of the opinion that all these applicants should have patient with the London Visa Office provided your application is confirmed to be treated there.

My reasons; I also submitted SOWP and TRV application for my wife and daughter respectively on the 15th of May, 2018 precisely. Because I'm here in Canada, I was able to use 2 MP's office to make enquiries for our application after 7 months of no update nor replies from CIC both in Lagos and London. Applied for 2 GCMS note in October and December last year and no updates of any sort on the note except many emails and enquiries sent to them.

Our Findings: London Visa office is overwhelmed with so much applications especially from Nigerian, because as @ 2018 Jan - July thereabout, most of the online route application were all transmitted to London office, coupled with PR applications, study permits, visitor visa and many other things angry Dont be surprise, This was the information given to us after 9 months in Feb 2019. Many applications from last year are still on queue for eligibility review either primary or secondary review.

My Message: Last week after 10 months of waiting, we got PPr for my wife and Daughter. a friend also got SP approved after 10 months. so, TRV hopeful as the name sound so you should be. please if London have not updated you, I bet you it will be approval. if they are gonna deny you, it will have happened before now.

Just to encourage you guys from last year MAY/JUNE/JULY 2018.

A big thanks to Frankrobbn1. God bless you bro.


Congratulations to you and your family!

Please kindly share with us the email address of Immigration minister Ahmed Hussen, (when I called them, they promised to call me back but they never did)
And again email address to the office of the Prime minister Justin Trudeau,
Is there a way one could contact the local MP Without going through fax?


Thanks

Oga frank am doing great grin thanks for asking (I cut cap for you)
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by makano(m): 10:09pm On Mar 14
Welcome back Guru wealth, nice to have you back. And congrats to you and ur family. I have actually made a post like this earlier. So this just confirms we MAY/JUNE/ JULY applicants still expecting are def gonna be approved by God's grace.. Congrats once again
wealth360:
Hello Everyone. I came back here to encourage someone especially May/June/July 2018 applicants. I'm of the opinion that all these applicants should have patient with the London Visa Office provided your application is confirmed to be treated there.

My reasons; I also submitted SOWP and TRV application for my wife and daughter respectively on the 15th of May, 2018 precisely. Because I'm here in Canada, I was able to use 2 MP's office to make enquiries for our application after 7 months of no update nor replies from CIC both in Lagos and London. Applied for 2 GCMS note in October and December last year and no updates of any sort on the note except many emails and enquiries sent to them.

Our Findings: London Visa office is overwhelmed with so much applications especially from Nigerian, because as @ 2018 Jan - July thereabout, most of the online route application were all transmitted to London office, coupled with PR applications, study permits, visitor visa and many other things angry Dont be surprise, This was the information given to us after 9 months in Feb 2019. Many applications from last year are still on queue for eligibility review either primary or secondary review.

My Message: Last week after 10 months of waiting, we got PPr for my wife and Daughter. a friend also got SP approved after 10 months. so, TRV hopeful as the name sound so you should be. please if London have not updated you, I bet you it will be approval. if they are gonna deny you, it will have happened before now.

Just to encourage you guys from last year MAY/JUNE/JULY 2018.

A big thanks to Frankrobbn1. God bless you bro.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Benwems(m): 11:31pm On Mar 14
Frankrobbn1:


Do you have extensive working experience in your chosen field of study? You can check Memorial University of Newfoundland they accept second class lower (2.2) for master's in engineering.

No working experience. Do you know any other University that accepts 2:2 outside Newfoundland ?? Thanks a lot for your response.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by GboyegaD(m): 11:38pm On Mar 14
itisco:
Hello there, please I'm quite new on here and would like to make enquiry as regards starting off my undergraduate studies in Canada. I plan on sponsoring myself financially. I need to know what are the things to do and things not to do. All the processes involved... I mean how do I go about studying in Canada? I'm presently 19yrs and a 400lv law student in OAU but really want to start all over again. Please I need someone to put me through. Thanks.

Uncle/madam,
Please finish the one you are doing at the moment ooo. Don't let the dream of studying abroad deviate you as a bird at hand is worth more than 10 in the bush. I would suggest while you wrap up your studies, you put in plans to do whatever it is you plan on doing in Canada. Starting all over shouldn't make you discard four years of higher education no matter what. Just my thoughts though.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 11:43pm On Mar 14
Benwems:

No working experience. Do you know any other University that accepts 2:2 outside Newfoundland ?? Thanks a lot for your response.

No vast working experience! You can still try Newfoundland you might be considered for admission once your SOP is very persuasive along with a well detailed references from your previous academics. Unfortunately, I don't have any other alternative for now.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Benwems(m): 11:47pm On Mar 14
Frankrobbn1:


No vast working experience! You can still try Newfoundland you might be considered for admission once your SOP is very persuasive along with a well detailed references from your previous academics. Unfortunately, I don't have any other alternative for now.
Thanks a lot. I also heard most universities in Canada don’t offer Post Graduate Diploma. It is colleges that do PGD. How true is this? Thanks

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 11:52pm On Mar 14
Benwems:

Thanks a lot. I also heard most universities in Canada don’t offer Post Graduate Diploma. It is colleges that do PGD. How true is this? Thanks

Not true! It depends on your field of study. Some universites in Canada do offer PGD. Generally, colleges offer numerous PGD programs than universites. What's your field of interest? I could possibly play around with my internet.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austacus: 12:03am On Mar 15
Benwems:

Thanks a lot. I also heard most universities in Canada don’t offer Post Graduate Diploma. It is colleges that do PGD. How true is this? Thanks


They do, and it depends on your field of study. lemme help you with some of the universities that offers pgd

Trent university
University of the Fraser valley
University of Alberta
University of Waterloo
Dalhousie university
University of Guelph
University of Saskatchewan
Kwantlen polytechnic university

Do your research about the schools and for more schools.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Frankrobbn1: 12:09am On Mar 15
Austacus:



They do, and it depends on your field of study. lemme help you with some of the universities that offers pgd

Trent university
University of the Fraser valley
University of Alberta
University of Waterloo
Dalhousie university
University of Guelph
University of Saskatchewan
Kwantlen polytechnic university

Do your research about the schools and for more schools.




Thanks for sharing cool

Cc:Benwems

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Benwems(m): 12:19am On Mar 15
Frankrobbn1:


Thanks for sharing cool

Cc:Benwems
Thanks a lot. My course of study is Electrical engineering
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Benwems(m): 12:22am On Mar 15
Frankrobbn1:


Not true! It depends on your field of study. Some universites in Canada do offer PGD. Generally, colleges offer numerous PGD programs than universites. What's your field of interest? I could possibly play around with my internet.
For PGD I would prefer Mechanical Engineering but for direct masters I would go for electrical engineering. I studied Electrical Engineering. I know no University would allow me do Masters in mechanical when I studied electrical without doing a PGD first. Thanks a lot for been of help.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by resumepro(m): 12:45am On Mar 15
@Frankrobbn1 and other Seniors...
Thanks for being so supportive on this group.

My First application was done by an agent last year, as at then i have no clue that i can do it myself.
The application was refused, ordered for GCMS and the attached was the reason.

Now, i am ready to re-apply. He used my email address for the first application.
My question is, will i used the same email to create a new account for this second application or I need to use a new email account?

waiting for response and help.

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by ic3tipz(m): 3:01am On Mar 15
hardeholar1:
The $1000 is a commitment fee that has to be paid to show that you are interested in studying the program after you pay the $1000, then you will be giving an unconditional admission letter that you will use to process you student visa
But the $1000 Will be use to fund your tuition fee for example if the tuition fee is $5000 and u have paid $1000 it will remain $4000
And about there admission rate the have a set number for international student
But the most important thing is that you apply early
There admission is based on first come first serve, so if u have 2.54 and u applied November and someone with 3.52 applied January you will be given admission except you don't meet the admmsion requirement
As for me I was offered biological science and I have paid the $1000 for the Fall 2019 session

Please I would like to connect with NAIT admission students for Fall 2019
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by henry15(m): 3:08am On Mar 15
Benwems:

For PGD I would prefer Mechanical Engineering but for direct masters I would go for electrical engineering. I studied Electrical Engineering. I know no University would allow me do Masters in mechanical when I studied electrical without doing a PGD first. Thanks a lot for been of help.

I think most engineering courses are flexible, besides there is a good link between electrical and mechanical, depending on the area of specialization I think you might likely get admission in mechanical engineering too. Except the challenge is on result bases. But just know electrical can switch to mechanical During M.Eng without need for PGD
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by ic3tipz(m): 3:08am On Mar 15
Good day friends, I'm new on the education thread. I would also like to connect with persons offered NAIT admission for FALL 2019 and also old students.
I'm currently clueless as to how to get on with my application and processing. I would need guidance and advice, Your input would be greatly appreciated.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by johnsonsegxy: 7:20am On Mar 15
How much to do medical at Ikeja and what do i need to take along?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by DMerciful(m): 8:00am On Mar 15
Did you got medical request to do medicals?
resumepro:
@Frankrobbn1 and other Seniors...
Thanks for being so supportive on this group.

My First application was done by an agent last year, as at then i have no clue that i can do it myself.
The application was refused, ordered for GCMS and the attached was the reason.

Now, i am ready to re-apply. He used my email address for the first application.
My question is, will i used the same email to create a new account for this second application or I need to use a new email account?

waiting for response and help.

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