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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Qudkom(m): 12:41am On May 20, 2019
obainojazz:
Evening bro, what's the best way to arrange your papers before submitting.
If you mean document merging, then you can download scanner apps to convert and merge your documents or make use of online documents mergers. Lastly, if you have a premium pdf viewer/editor you can easily make use of that.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Qudkom(m): 12:43am On May 20, 2019
Nonso16:
Hello House, this tutorial is meant for ONLINE APPLICANTS ONLY
If you experiencing some form of Delay because of the documents you want to upload is larger than the maximum file size given to us by CIC, well, this worked for me and I am sure it will work for you, Notwithstanding if you have a better Method of doing this please Kindly Share. No knowledge is wasted HERE.

So, first of all, we know there are uploading sections for some documents already.
Example
1. Letter of acceptance (FROM YOUR SCHOOL)
2. International Passport
3. Digital photo
4. Medical

All the above listed has a particular uploading area, Read well so you don't make mistakes.
I also want to believe that even if you scan any of the above documents it won't exceed 4mb.


Now for the financial Support section, If you are confused about which document should be in this section then you have to go back on some Pages where Qudkom made a detailed post about this.

Now let us get started.

You are advised to Merge EVERY DOCUMENT relating to the finance aspect of your application together, Now If you want to do that, goto Sejda dot com, and Merge those files and download them back on Your System.

Now here comes the Trick to Compressing our document, go to google and download PrimoPDF, Install and close it.

Open your downloaded finance document, Hold "Ctrl + P" like you want to print, It will take you to another interface where you will be able to select your printing options, Now Select Printer and you will see a drop-down menu, Now Select PrimoPDF and Click on Print.

Wait for the progress bar to be done, Mind you it's not printing but trying to interface with the PrimoPDF software, When that's done, the PrimoPDF software will Popup and You will click on CREATE PDF, it will ask you to save it. FINISH

That's the magic ...


NOTE: The picture Quality might reduce a little.


@Qudkom @sillysassysally @Bracha @Viper and also to all the gurus out there YOU ARE THE REAL MVP.
God Bless you

Cc: obainojazz

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Awuuga: 2:17am On May 20, 2019
Just to chip in,

The struggle to get a job is basically the same across board, especially when you lack Canadian experience. It doesn't make a lot of sense moving to Toronto for that purpose alone given that she just completed her second semester. Note that the house rent and cost of living will also increase significantly. My advice would be to tweak her resume to the Canadian standard and apply for jobs on indeed and kijiji, she can also go to these places physically and hand in her resume.

There is a hiring agency called Legacy Personnel at 2480 Seminole St, Windsor, ON. She can drop her resume with them, get booked for an interview and hope it works out.

Finally, If she has 40 CAD to spare, she can apply for Smart Serve. It's a certification that allows one serve in restaurants and bars, you basically cannot serve alcohol or food anywhere without that certification. It costs 40 CAD and it takes roughly 6 hours to prepare for it. Now, having this certification will up her chances a great deal.

I hope this helps. Goodluck.

Naijaforeigner:


She wants to change school or looking for where to work for the summer break before she goes back to Windsor?

I think you sent me a mail.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Thedream1900: 2:58am On May 20, 2019
Awuuga:
Just to chip in,

The struggle to get a job is basically the same across board, especially when you lack Canadian experience. It doesn't make a lot of sense moving to Toronto for that purpose alone given that she just completed her second semester. Note that the house rent and cost of living will also increase significantly. My advice would be to tweak her resume to the Canadian standard and apply for jobs on indeed and kijiji, she can also go to these places physically and hand in her resume.

There is a hiring agency called Legacy Personnel at 2480 Seminole St, Windsor, ON. She can drop her resume with them, get booked for an interview and hope it works out.

Finally, If she has 40 CAD to spare, she can apply for Smart Serve. It's a certification that allows one serve in restaurants and bars, you basically cannot serve alcohol or food anywhere without that certification. It costs 40 CAD and it takes roughly 6 hours to prepare for it. Now, having this certification will up her chances a great deal.

I hope this helps. Goodluck.


@Awuuga thanks a lot for the suggestions and enlightenment. She shall follow suit.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Awuuga: 4:28am On May 20, 2019
Happy to help.

Thedream1900:


@Awuuga thanks a lot for the suggestions and enlightenment. She shall follow suit.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by sayitall(m): 6:41am On May 20, 2019
Oh! This is so interesting. Please boss, is there restrictions to course, school and regions about this ? I'm so naive about this please.
Naijaforeigner:


Just simply means you have the opportunity to apply what you are taught in class during paid work. You work full time for a specific period, get work experience in your field while studying and you get paid. Depending on the program, it could be 4 months, 8 months, 12 months...

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by sayitall(m): 6:57am On May 20, 2019
sillysassysally:
Hi,

Unfortunately, i cannot recommend a program for you.
Pursuing a second degree requires serious financial, mental and emotional investments and i would not want to recommend a course for you that you'd eventually hate or that has no correlation with your future plans and career goals.

You're the best person that can make this decision for yourself. Here are some questions you may want to ask yourself to guide your decision;
1. What are your interests
2. What is your career goal
3. What opportunities excite you?

With all this said, when it is finally time for you to apply for a study permit, you will now have to tell a compelling story that ties your background to your intended degree.

Thank you oga @sillysassysally. This is so apt. I have always get interested in logistics and supply chain management. With goals in this career and many opportunities abounding therein. My issue now is this. Don't forget I mentioned in my earlier post that i didn't finish the initial degree back then in Nigeria. though, I had only one outstanding course after several attempts.im concerned about my age and academic progression, is this not a factor ?
*** Can my school offer me my transcript (I mean the school I went to in Nigeria) even without graduating?to process transfer . If yes.
**** I was studying chemical engineering then, can I use this to get admission into logistics and supply chain management in schools in Canada?
If No ; what other options is available for me as am above 25yrs, never obtained any degree before.
Please, you all should help my life. I have Emotional and financial stability for this task.
@bracha, @viper, @Qudkom @sillysassysally@ify85.
Pls, put mouth in my matter
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Okoriekwe(m): 7:26am On May 20, 2019
Thank you for all you do. My application is new.

sillysassysally:
TRV UPDATE for the week ending May 19th

This week was a relatively quiet one - though processing time remained at 9 weeks.

I would encourage those viewing the thread but have not submitted their timeline to please do, as it would help us make logical guesstimates on CIC processing time. Complete information is still needed from Dolapok, Seatea, Oni2019, Promise147, docsaj, Cutieflaky, Teejay30628, Klem28, Boe19, Ancy 26, Omarzx, Hiambenson, Wealthmiq, Teslimot01, Pelumi12, Harveygordon, Alexkrueger, Emeritus00, Chinonye94, Atamanekpen and Okoriekwe).

Finally, if you guys have any ideas on how we can present this information better or what else we can add to it or remove from it, I am always open any adjustment that'll make this better.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by MsJu: 8:47am On May 20, 2019
All you need to do is to indicate that you are also applying for a family member while answering your online questionnaire and it will create profile and the IMM forms for the person under yours. I also applied with my 2kids(2&4yrs).
4evaco:
Hi all, good evening. I intend to apply together with my toddler who is a US citizen. Please does anyone know how I can add her to my application? I don google tire abeg I need your help. Thank you.

@frankrobben please I sent you a pm @sillysassysally please I'm still awaiting your reply to my request. Thank you.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by sayitall(m): 8:48am On May 20, 2019
sayitall:

Thank you oga @sillysassysally. This is so apt. I have always get interested in logistics and supply chain management. With goals in this career and many opportunities abounding therein. My issue now is this. Don't forget I mentioned in my earlier post that i didn't finish the initial degree back then in Nigeria. though, I had only one outstanding course after several attempts.im concerned about my age and academic progression, is this not a factor ?
*** Can my school offer me my transcript (I mean the school I went to in Nigeria) even without graduating?to process transfer . If yes ;
**** I was studying chemical engineering then, can I use this to get admission into logistics and supply chain management in schools in Canada?
If No; what other options is available for my category to get to cannan land called Canada
Please, you all should help my life. I have Emotional and financial stability for this task.
@bracha, @viper, @Qudkom @sillysassysally@ify85.
Pls, put mouth in my matter
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Mudicua: 9:18am On May 20, 2019
Good morning everyone.
May this new week bring favor to all TRV hopefuls.
May those who have had their PPR get their passports soon to enable them travel.
May those already in Canada find favor in their pursuits (school, housing, feeding, etc)
May God help us all.
And may the Universe be kind to us all.

Amen!!!

Y'all have a great week.

Remember it shall all end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Tvickie(f): 9:26am On May 20, 2019
Mudicua:
Good morning everyone.
May this new week bring favor to all TRV hopefuls.
Amen �
May those who have had their PPR get their passports soon to enable them travel.
May those already in Canada find favor in their pursuits (school, housing, feeding, etc)
May God help us all.
And may the Universe be kind to us all.

Amen!!!

Y'all have a great week.

Remember it shall all end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Oluwaseunbd(f): 9:45am On May 20, 2019
Amen....thank you for this
Mudicua:
Good morning everyone.
May this new week bring favor to all TRV hopefuls.
May those who have had their PPR get their passports soon to enable them travel.
May those already in Canada find favor in their pursuits (school, housing, feeding, etc)
May God help us all.
And may the Universe be kind to us all.

Amen!!!

Y'all have a great week.

Remember it shall all end in praise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austacus: 10:50am On May 20, 2019
Thedream1900:


@Awuuga thanks a lot for the suggestions and enlightenment. She shall follow suit.

My own chip in
She should move to Ottawa or Toronto for summer ONLY to work. If she has any friends (that lives in an apartment) or family member that can accommodate her for the season

Work experience is very very important here.

Relocating to Toronto or Ottawa is highly crazy in terms of cost of living so I will advise her not to relocate.

Her resume should be in Canadian standard, her friends can help her with it, her school employment supports can also help her with it, indeed can also help her with it. But I would advise she should go through school employment supports or friends formats. She should also write a very good ready-made cover letter so whatever work she wants to apply for she would just do a little editing.

In Ottawa ”PeopleReady” employs every day And they have jobs that pay $22 per hr in this summer.

If she wants to come to Ottawa, she should call them and book an appointment with them. then she will be interviewed and write an exam. After the exam, they will congratulate her.

There are surplus jobs in Toronto, Ottawa and BC but the cost of living is maad.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Qudkom(m): 10:52am On May 20, 2019
[quote author=sayitall post=78547634][/quote]
There isn't any link between chemical engineering and supply chaim management. Even if you wanted to go ahead it will take serious convincing. Especially with your previous academic track record.

Try and contact your school if they can give you your transcript and what you currently do in russia matters in applying for a program. If you are also not done with whatever program you are vying for there then I really can't advice other than you complete it before thinking of Canada.

The age factor can be nullified if you have a vibrant reason for going to Canada and can prove to a VO why you didn't complete your program et all.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by wealthmiq: 11:21am On May 20, 2019
I just want to say a very big thank you to everyone who contributes to the success of this forum and assisting new and reapplying applicants with their applications. No one will be able to repay your kindness but God. As you have dedicated your time to helping others so shall he dedicate his time to helping each and everyone one you. May y'all find favor in the eyes on men. Thank y'all so much

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by SandCastle: 11:31am On May 20, 2019
Hey Guys I just got this...
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by marcus267: 11:33am On May 20, 2019
Good morning Gurus in the house... Please I need some guiding on submitting the financial requirements. My Boss wants to stand in as my sponsor using his company and I have the company's sponsorship letter already. Will I need to get the comapny's account statement as well since it's a corporate organization?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by kanzjude: 11:42am On May 20, 2019
Please guys...Just a quick one. Can I use someone who is a Canadian citizen as my sponsor? The person is willing to send sponsorship letter. If so, what other documents should the person send? Thanks in anticipation guys.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by SandCastle: 11:43am On May 20, 2019
Hey Guys I just got an update confirming my biometric validity.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by tajmal: 12:01pm On May 20, 2019
Did you do upfront medical or have you been asked to go for medical before this biometrics correspondence?
SandCastle:
Hey Guys I just got an update confirming my biometric validity.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by olamidemessi: 12:09pm On May 20, 2019
Austacus:


My own chip in
She should move to Ottawa or Toronto for summer ONLY to work. If she has any friends (that lives in an apartment) or family member that can accommodate her for the season

Work experience is very very important here.

Relocating to Toronto or Ottawa is highly crazy in terms of cost of living so I will advise her not to relocate.

Her resume should be in Canadian standard, her friends can help her with it, her school employment supports can also help her with it, indeed can also help her with it. But I would advise she should go through school employment supports or friends formats. She should also write a very good ready-made cover letter so whatever work she wants to apply for she would just do a little editing.

In Ottawa ”PeopleReady” employs every day And they have jobs that pay $22 per hr in this summer.

If she wants to come to Ottawa, she should call them and book an appointment with them. then she will be interviewed and write an exam. After the exam, they will congratulate her.

There are surplus jobs in Toronto, Ottawa and BC but the cost of living is maad.




Boss , I hail ooo
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by SandCastle: 12:11pm On May 20, 2019
I didn't do upfront medicals.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by SandCastle: 12:19pm On May 20, 2019
Pls what does it mean?

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by AyodejiAyeni: 12:31pm On May 20, 2019
Good Morning Gurus,

Please will Canadian embassy accept Mutual Funds statement of account (e.g ARM) showing my transaction history and my investment balance as a Proof of Fund for student visa? I intend to also get letter from ARM backing the Mutual Fund balance. The letter will state categorically that I have access to liquidate my investment at any time. I also intend to print my bank account statement indicating my transfers to the Mutual Fund Investment account. The investment is particularly a form of savings towards my post graduate studies. I thought it wise to invest the savings for reasonable returns rather than keeping it in my account. I have maintained the Mutual Fund Investment account since 2015.

Kindly advise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Austacus: 12:52pm On May 20, 2019
olamidemessi:


Boss , I hail ooo

My Oga,
Hit me up make we continue where we stop.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Teejay30628: 2:28pm On May 20, 2019
Seems the VO are active today I just received correspondence letter on biometric. I did upfront medical and I also noticed change in review of eligibility that "we are reviewing your eligibility" is it a good sign ?

Morning Everyone

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by tajmal: 2:44pm On May 20, 2019
It's actually a sign that your application has been finalized and that a decision has been made about your application. In most cases, it's a refusal letter that comes after biometrics correspondence validity if one has not been asked to go for medical
SandCastle:
Pls what does it mean?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by johnsonsegxy: 2:54pm On May 20, 2019
SandCastle:
Pls what does it mean?

You should recieved a refusal (visa denial) mail one week after getting your biometrics update before getting another mail in this form 'Your processed passport is ready for collection blah blah'

But who am i to conclude.... Anything is possible! So hope
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by Naijaforeigner: 3:14pm On May 20, 2019
sayitall:
Oh! This is so interesting. Please boss, is there restrictions to course, school and regions about this ? I'm so naive about this please.

Good morning boss, answer to your questions can easily be found on school website.
Search for the school you are interested in, program of choice and you will know if there is a co-op option for that program.

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