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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 5:13pm On Apr 28
maziude:



If either of you are serious, get an immigration lawyer and be ready to wait patiently!

You should be asking google these questions, most people here might not have come through the route you are asking about and the ones that did might be busy, it would be difficult for them to answer your questions.

So google and ask your suppose sponsor to ask questions too.

Wait patiently? Will it be up to a year.

I'm graduating August and I want to skip nysc to focus on this, if it's going to take time maybe I should just enrol for the service then.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ttmacoy: 5:37pm On Apr 28
Chief you are better off enrolling for service. If the guys is really ready to sponsor you it will take a while and will involve immigration lawyers as others have said and even that is not sure.

From what I'm reading you asked the guy to sponsor you and he said yes without understanding what it takes. I doubt the guy is ready to spend the money required as it probably was just an informal chat to help if he can thinking you just submit form and letter and that's it.

At a minimum he must be ready to demonstrate why he wants to hire you and why he is unable to find someone in Canada to do the job. Given you are just an undergraduate with no experience it will be very hard to convince immigration that you have skills that he cannot find in Canada.

Mayniaa:


Wait patiently? Will it be up to a year.

I'm graduating August and I want to skip nysc to focus on this, if it's going to take time maybe I should just enrol for the service then.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Lagbaja88: 5:40pm On Apr 28
Mayniaa:


I'm still an undergraduate and I'll be graduating August this year, I'm confusee about the kind of reasons he can give them.. cry cry
you are not qualified then. Work on your self get a career. Have 3 years experience and apply for express entry. The man cant do anything for you as you have no work experience. If the man is gay make he come marry u grin
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 6:28pm On Apr 28
ttmacoy:
Chief you are better off enrolling for service. If the guys is really ready to sponsor you it will take a while and will involve immigration lawyers as others have said and even that is not sure.

From what I'm reading you asked the guy to sponsor you and he said yes without understanding what it takes. I doubt the guy is ready to spend the money required as it probably was just an informal chat to help if he can thinking you just submit form and letter and that's it.

At a minimum he must be ready to demonstrate why he wants to hire you and why he is unable to find someone in Canada to do the job. Given you are just an undergraduate with no experience it will be very hard to convince immigration that you have skills that he cannot find in Canada.


What about studies? A graduate programme? Can it work?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by maziude: 6:29pm On Apr 28
Lagbaja88:
you are not qualified then. Work on your self get a career. Have 3 years experience and apply for express entry. The man cant do anything for you as you have no work experience. If the man is gay make he come marry u grin

You ehn grin
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by maziude: 6:32pm On Apr 28
Mayniaa:


Wait patiently? Will it be up to a year.

I'm graduating August and I want to skip nysc to focus on this, if it's going to take time maybe I should just enrol for the service then.


This is the mistake most people make thinking immigration is a ‘twinkle twinkle little star’ thing.

You need patience to move, yes it will take time.

Read the thread, some people are still in the process for over a year.

I repeat again... use google !

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ttmacoy: 7:35pm On Apr 28
Yes it can work if you meet the requirements and are able to afford the fees or if the guy will pay for you.

Do you think this guy is ready to commit to paying your tuition and other fees for you?

Correct me if I am wrong but it looks like you struck a relationship with someone online who you don't know that well, expressed your frustration with Nigeria and he is willing to help if he can but not to the level of paying thousands of dollars.

The average American, Brit, Canadian etc. have no clue about how immigration works and he probably thinks all he has to do is say he supports you and viola you get visa, unfortunately it takes a lot more than that. He will need to show he can and is willing to sponsor you, share his financial details etc. and pay the fees. Is your relationship with him to that level?

Mayniaa:


What about studies? A graduate programme? Can it work?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 9:17pm On Apr 28
ttmacoy:
Yes it can work if you meet the requirements and are able to afford the fees or if the guy will pay for you.

Do you think this guy is ready to commit to paying your tuition and other fees for you?

Correct me if I am wrong but it looks like you struck a relationship with someone online who you don't know that well, expressed your frustration with Nigeria and he is willing to help if he can but not to the level of paying thousands of dollars.

The average American, Brit, Canadian etc. have no clue about how immigration works and he probably thinks all he has to do is say he supports you and viola you get visa, unfortunately it takes a lot more than that. He will need to show he can and is willing to sponsor you, share his financial details etc. and pay the fees. Is your relationship with him to that level?


I'll have to ask him about the financial aspect, are you saying if he can sort the finiacua aspect for me I'll be good to go?

And which is more easier to get into, PGD or BSC?
Thank you
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mami1: 10:27pm On Apr 28
Hello everyone, please who wants to sell CAD in exchange for Naira?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Lagbaja88: 11:24pm On Apr 28
Mayniaa:


I'll have to ask him about the financial aspect, are you saying if he can sort the finiacua aspect for me I'll be good to go?

And which is more easier to get into, PGD or BSC?
Thank you
you expect a 'friend' you met online to pay for your fees and living expenses which costs about 18k dollars a year. Lol. I pity your ass grin

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Kayyyy(f): 12:06am On Apr 29
Lagbaja88:
you are not qualified then. Work on your self get a career. Have 3 years experience and apply for express entry. The man cant do anything for you as you have no work experience. If the man is gay make he come marry u grin
Lol.... Abii
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 4:39am On Apr 29
Lagbaja88:
you expect a 'friend' you met online to pay for your fees and living expenses which costs about 18k dollars a year. Lol. I pity your ass grin

People lives has changed with just a friend

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 5:01am On Apr 29
Lagbaja88:
you expect a 'friend' you met online to pay for your fees and living expenses which costs about 18k dollars a year. Lol. I pity your ass grin

Just woke up to this without even telling him to go talk to an immigration officer yet

Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Lagbaja88: 5:21am On Apr 29
Mayniaa:


Just woke up to this without even telling him to go talk to an immigration officer yet
chatting with a yahoo boy lol. Immigration office indeed

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 5:28am On Apr 29
Lagbaja88:
chatting with a yahoo boy lol. Immigration office indeed

ironic.
Just be positive please.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Nenyezz(f): 6:15am On Apr 29
Mayniaa:

ironic. Just be positive please.
Be careful, smells like scam

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Leemekzy(m): 6:39am On Apr 29
Nenyezz:
Be careful, smells like scam
real scam.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by brogxy: 6:49am On Apr 29
Mayniaa:


Just woke up to this without even telling him to go talk to an immigration officer yet

Please let it be known you are dealing with a Yahoo guy.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by ttmacoy: 7:30am On Apr 29
Well that’s the first step, you then need to get admission and apply for the visa and convince the immigration officer that you’re coming as a true student and that they believe the guy will truly sponsor you.

Canadian student visa is not easy to get FYI

Mayniaa:


I'll have to ask him about the financial aspect, are you saying if he can sort the finiacua aspect for me I'll be good to go?

And which is more easier to get into, PGD or BSC?
Thank you
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by scopeman24(m): 10:16am On Apr 29
please I got the Canadian provincial nominee program PNP mail two days ago, how authentic is this please?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 10:22am On Apr 29
brogxy:


Please let it be known you are dealing with a Yahoo guy.

Person wey I dey video call?
Person wey don intentionally send me iTunes card?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 10:24am On Apr 29
ttmacoy:
Well that’s the first step, you then need to get admission and apply for the visa and convince the immigration officer that you’re coming as a true student and that they believe the guy will truly sponsor you.

Canadian student visa is not easy to get FYI

In what terms is it not easy? Please can you explain better.
What about a post graduate programme, that too is not easy?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 10:25am On Apr 29
Nenyezz:
Be careful, smells like scam
If there's any scam, I'm the one.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mikhaa23: 10:27am On Apr 29
Good day everyone. I'm moving to Canada next month. What would you advise me to do and not too and things I can carry and not carry.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by onyexx: 10:41am On Apr 29
Mayniaa:

If there's any scam, I'm the one.

Things like this are usually fishy...even if you are 100% sure the guy wants to sponsor you, what’s the guarantee that he is not trying to launder money through you?

As others have suggested, try to complete your undergrad, apply for studies and if possible look out for scholarship opportunities, or go for your NYSC, get the required 3yrs work experience, save up some money and then begin your express entry process
#My2Cents

In other news, Baba God, this lesson on patience ehn, I have learnt it o...it have do!!!please allow me graduate from the school of patience, take away Covid and give us PPR.....13months post AOR ko easy...

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Zodiacwarrior: 10:52am On Apr 29
Good day everyone am new to this group

I got my visa already with a university in Winnipeg but due to the tuition costs I decided to apply for a college in Toronto and got it.

My question is this after getting my study permit in Toronto airport with the university can I quarantine 14days in Toronto after then notify ircc and proceed to my college for studies.

N.B I read from ircc website you cannot change schools from outside Canada after visa has been Approved.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mikhaa23: 10:52am On Apr 29
onyexx:


Things like this are usually fishy...even if you are 100% sure the guy wants to sponsor you, what’s the guarantee that he is not trying to launder money through you?

As others have suggested, try to complete your undergrad, apply for studies and if possible look out for scholarship opportunities, or go for your NYSC, get the required 3yrs work experience, save up some money and then begin your express entry process
#My2Cents

In other news, Baba God, this lesson on patience ehn, I have learnt it o...it have do!!!please allow me graduate from the school of patience, take away Covid and give us PPR.....13months post AOR ko easy...
13 months Woooooow
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 11:01am On Apr 29
onyexx:


Things like this are usually fishy...even if you are 100% sure the guy wants to sponsor you, what’s the guarantee that he is not trying to launder money through you?

As others have suggested, try to complete your undergrad, apply for studies and if possible look out for scholarship opportunities, or go for your NYSC, get the required 3yrs work experience, save up some money and then begin your express entry process
#My2Cents

In other news, Baba God, this lesson on patience ehn, I have learnt it o...it have do!!!please allow me graduate from the school of patience, take away Covid and give us PPR.....13months post AOR ko easy...


Thank you.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by GraciousWords: 11:33am On Apr 29
onyexx:


In other news, Baba God, this lesson on patience ehn, I have learnt it o...it have do!!!please allow me graduate from the school of patience, take away Covid and give us PPR....13months post AOR ko easy...

#Amen
#OttawaGangOf2019

At this rate, we will graduate with honours cheesy..... It's all good.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Spectro: 12:08pm On Apr 29
Mayniaa:

If there's any scam, I'm the one.

That is what many people think.

If I want to scam you, it will be very easy, if you go by this logic.

Anyway, everyone has advised you based on what they think you should do.

The ball is now in your court.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mikhaa23: 12:11pm On Apr 29
Mikhaa23:
Good day everyone. I'm moving to Canada next month. What would you advise me to do and not too and things I can carry and not carry.
please anyone
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Mayniaa: 12:24pm On Apr 29
Spectro:


That is what many people think.

If I want to scam you, it will be very easy, if you go by this logic.

Anyway, everyone has advised you based on what they think you should do.

The ball is now in your court.

We met in a funny way that's why I said if there's any scam it's me.

Thanks man I appreciate.

What they are saying is I should come through studies, applying for a degree, is that your stand too?

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