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Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 6:12pm On Feb 23, 2019
Please how is life in Jordan for Nigerians? am planning to move to Jordan as a casual worker. please help me
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by lathrowinger(m): 6:14pm On Feb 23, 2019
shegoly:
Please how is life in Jordan for Nigerians? am planning to move to Jordan as a casual worker. please help me
LOL, same here
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 6:27pm On Feb 23, 2019
lathrowinger:

LOL, same here
are u sure? if yes, have u gotten any information about the country
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by lathrowinger(m): 6:28pm On Feb 23, 2019
[quote author=shegoly post=76041125] are u sure? if yes, have u gotten any information about the country[/quote. Nop, looking for same opportunity.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 3:22pm On Feb 26, 2019
Jordan is a very nice country, but I will advise you to go with a student visa.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by KendrickAyomide: 7:54pm On Feb 26, 2019
nowhere wey my people no go put head

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 8:53am On Feb 28, 2019
Jordan is a very nice country, but I will advise you to go with a student visa.[/quote] sorry for asking.....have u been there before

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Ugosample(m): 9:04am On Feb 28, 2019
KendrickAyomide:
nowhere wey my people no go put head

desperation is to blame for all these

now you will see Nigerians hustling visa to many many obscure places of the world

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 9:13am On Feb 28, 2019
KendrickAyomide:
nowhere wey my people no go put head
o boy man must hustle

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 11:58pm On May 28, 2019
shegoly:
Jordan is a very nice country, but I will advise you to go with a student visa. sorry for asking.....have u been there before
Yes.... any problem?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 6:49pm On May 29, 2019
xoxo001:

Yes.... any problem?
just wanna know more about it cos I will be going there very soon

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 8:15pm On May 29, 2019
shegoly:
just wanna know more about it cos I will be going there very soon
Try to go there with a student visa, your best shot is to apply for their language course, the admission is very simple and straight forward.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 8:20pm On May 29, 2019
You can ask me any question, I will try my best to do justice to it.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Baabu320: 8:32pm On May 29, 2019
how do i apply for their language course and how much is the course and the processing? must i pay for the course while I'm here or when I get to their country? how is job over there?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 6:02am On May 30, 2019
Jordan is quite a nice place. Lived there for about 2 years. As someone above pointed out,it's best going through study which is the best and easiest route. Go here and apply https://althuraya.org/indexEn.aspx?Lang=1

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 10:02am On May 30, 2019
Baabu320:
how do i apply for their language course and how much is the course and the processing? must i pay for the course while I'm here or when I get to their country? how is job over there?
prior to last year, you don't have to pay your school fee until you get there but trust Nigerians, they miss used the opportunity. Now you have to pay before coming to Jordan. the fee is between 600 to 700 us dollar. Also to apply for the language course, all you need is your original o level result, data page of your international passport, white background photo passport, your sponsor bank statement of account. I am very sure that if you provide all this your admission is 100 percent sure. Note, Jordan is a very good country to hustle far better than UAE

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Icongold2006(m): 10:24am On May 30, 2019
please where is there embassy located in Nigeria for an interview... secondly, how much do you think someone is needed for all the process including tuition fee.. I mean everything in total as well as pocket money..... lastly, can someone be into aside hustling while schooling there?.. thanks in anticipation
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 10:42am On May 30, 2019
Icongold2006:
please where is there embassy located in Nigeria for an interview... secondly, how much do you think someone is needed for all the process including tuition fee.. I mean everything in total as well as pocket money..... lastly, can someone be into aside hustling while schooling there?.. thanks in anticipation
They don't have embassy in Nigeria, after you have been admitted by the school you applied for. They will send you your admission letter through Email, you come with the printed letter and a letter from their immigration office to Jordan. A visa sticker will be stamp on your passport at the port of entry... then after that you will proceed to do your medicals with the school clinic before you will be given Iqama that is the residents permit. you are free to work with it, no harassment once you have it. I think you should budget 800k BTA inclusive for all expenses.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Icongold2006(m): 11:16am On May 30, 2019
xoxo001:

They don't have embassy in Nigeria, after you have been admitted by the school you applied for. They will send you your admission letter through Email, you come with the printed letter to Jordan. A visa sticker will be stamp on your passport at the port of entry... then after that you will proceed to do your medicals with the school clinic before you will be given Iqama that is the residents permit. you are free to work with it, no harassment once you have it. I think you should budget 800k BTA inclusive for all expenses.
thanks very much

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 4:09pm On May 30, 2019
I think i am interested in this please. What is the minimum wage of a casual worker in Jordan and how is the accommodation and feeding cost averagely for one month.

thanks.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by stubbornman(m): 5:52pm On May 30, 2019
Its a thread!!!
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 8:25pm On May 30, 2019
kwammy5000:


I think i am interested in this please. What is the minimum wage of a casual worker in Jordan and how is the accommodation and feeding cost averagely for one month.

thanks.
well, it depends on how much you are ready to settle for. Where I worked, I was paid 250k monthly. I have a friend collecting 335k monthly. some people are also collecting 180k, 200k. you can always find a better paying job, it's not like Dubai where you are contracted to work for a period of time before you can change job. on the issue of house rent, you can share flats with other Nigerians. let say 30 to 50k per month, depending on the town and location

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by nuel101: 2:56am On May 31, 2019
xoxo001:

well, it depends on how much you are ready to settle for. Where I worked, I was paid 250k monthly. I have a friend collecting 335k monthly. some people are also collecting 180k, 200k. you can always find a better paying job, it's not like Dubai where you are contracted to work for a period of time before you can change job. on the issue of house rent, you can share flats with other Nigerians. let say 30 to 50k per month, depending on the town and location
But the county I expensive ... Beside what school are you in ?... And what job?

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by komodapson: 5:59am On May 31, 2019
KendrickAyomide:
nowhere wey my people no go put head

I taaya bros...Jonathan even gave them options, US, canada, Australia, new Zealand etc but bubu replace am with Pakistan, Yemen, syria

Jordan!!! Oh jeez

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by komodapson: 6:05am On May 31, 2019
Ugosample:


desperation is to blame for all these

now you will see Nigerians hustling visa to many many obscure places of the world

@Ugosample: The west African countries you suggested to them (Nigerians) , they won't look into it and try make enquiries... How on earth will someone travel to a country where your embassy is not established....

It speaks volume....
Naija dey suffer ó
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 7:52am On May 31, 2019
nuel101:

But the county I expensive ... Beside what school are you in ?... And what job?
I studied in Ewan Institute, Arman. I was working then with a Gas company. apart from arman which is the capital city of Jordan, I think other cities are not too expensive. I was able to save 120k monthly then when I was working the company. it depends on how you spend money bro. I'm now in to buying and selling
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 8:07am On May 31, 2019
komodapson:


@Ugosample: The west African countries you suggested to them (Nigerians) , they won't look into it and try make enquiries... How on earth will someone travel to a country where your embassy is not established....

It speaks volume....
Naija dey suffer ó
"information is power and power is not negotiable " what you don't know, you don't know. I was once like you guys, talking bad about countries like Jordan until I was given the information at a very costly price. You see bro, it's better to take a different route to a France, Estonia, China etc, if you will not easily get the same opportunity here in your beloved Nigeria. with my residents permit in Jordan, I got my Estonia and Netherlands within six months. Everything is about plan, don't stay in Nigeria applying for these countries visas cos you will be wasting much of your time. the Jordan citizens here don't travel that much cos their country is doing great... presently a Jordan Dina is 507 to your Nigeria naira. each time I sent just 30 JD home to my brother, I dey feel the prayers lol. people with visions don't stay in one corner of their house waiting for things to happen, they go out to make it happen. Stop discouraging people who are old enough to decide for themselves. peace

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 8:27am On May 31, 2019
xoxo001:

"information is power and power is not negotiable " what you don't know, you don't know. I was once like you guys, talking bad about countries like Jordan until I was given the information at a very costly price. You see bro, it's better to take a different route to a France, Estonia, China etc, if you will not easily get the same opportunity here in your beloved Nigeria. with my residents permit in Jordan, I got my Estonia and Netherlands within six months. Everything is about plan, don't stay in Nigeria applying for these countries visas cos you will be wasting much of your time. the Jordan citizens here don't travel that much cos their country is doing great... presently a Jordan Dina is 507 to your Nigeria naira. each time I sent just 30 JD home to my brother, I dey feel the prayers lol. people with visions don't stay in one corner of their house waiting for things to happen, they go out to make it happen. Stop discouraging people who are old enough to decide for themselves. peace

You sound like an agent to me angry Hope you're not one

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 8:32am On May 31, 2019
Nednwoko:


You sound like an agent to me angry Hope you're not one
Agent ke?....lol, you see why I hate to post on nairaland? it's because of stuffs like this. Anyways, I am not an Agent.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Trenton: 8:49am On May 31, 2019
abeg make una keep us updated
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 9:00am On May 31, 2019
xoxo001:

well, it depends on how much you are ready to settle for. Where I worked, I was paid 250k monthly. I have a friend collecting 335k monthly. some people are also collecting 180k, 200k. you can always find a better paying job, it's not like Dubai where you are contracted to work for a period of time before you can change job. on the issue of house rent, you can share flats with other Nigerians. let say 30 to 50k per month, depending on the town and location

Thanks for the info brother, i will like to join you guys soon if you dont mind.
i sent a pm, will be glad if you answer me just to share some info.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nobody: 9:17am On May 31, 2019
kwammy5000:


Thanks for the info brother, i will like to join you guys soon if you dont mind.
i sent a pm, will be glad if you answer me just to share some info.
I think it will be better to ask the questions here. I'm not in Jordan right now but I should be back by August. I had already replied your pm tho

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