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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by gentilityndu: 9:42am On Jun 01
Nednwoko:


You sound like an agent to me angry Hope you're not one
Can you please keep quiet, he just made a point.... appreciate something good when u see one
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by gentilityndu: 9:46am On Jun 01
xoxo001:

Few years ago when my brother was about to travel to Israel, he opened a thread here to ask about the country but to our surprise most of the response he got here nearly made him to let go of his plan. I later sat him down and made him realise that there is no harm in trying something, because if you don't try you won't know. He listened to me, now he's happy he did. He was able to seek asylum when he got there and he is now working and making it big in Tel Aviv. You don't have to compare yourself with someone that committed suicide, compare yourself with someone that travelled and become big in life. positive thinking, I understand you Tho, but you can't actually make it without thinking out of the box. No be all of us go go US, UK, Australia, Canada etc
1 bottle of red wine 4 u!
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:13am On Jun 01
kennyzo:
@xoxo001,thanks alot,my question is if u apply for course in that school for 4 month,is it possible for u to get iqama with that and also can u extend the iqama for like 1 year.

yes, you get your permit immediately after your medical

2.like how many year can someone stay in jordan before he apply for schengen visa and is it with ur naija passport u apply or u need to get jordan citizen before u can apply.

You apply with your naija passport, you can't get their citizenship... it's impossible

3.i have apply to the school AL-Thuraya and they have called me yesterday night but before i go on with the process i need to sure if i can get to Europe from there cos that is the only reason am apply to jordan.

Yes, it's easier to get to other countries through Jordan once you have your residence permit.

Lastly within this 4months course i hope i can work with my iqama cos i decline the school hostle and i dont have anybody in jordan i just believe when i get there i will look for naija community to stay or i look for my own studio flat there,hope my decision are good abtb the house.
Thanks Brother.i await ur quick response cos the admin office like call me back today so i can no what to tell him.

You can start working the moment you get your permit, the aim is not to go their to study but to use the country as a step to a better country. [b]
kennyzo:
@xoxo001,thanks alot,my question is if u apply for course in that school for 4 month,is it possible for u to get iqama with that and also can u extend the iqama for like 1 year.

yes, you get your permit immediately after your medical

2.like how many year can someone stay in jordan before he apply for schengen visa and is it with ur naija passport u apply or u need to get jordan citizen before u can apply.

You apply with your naija passport, you can't get their citizenship... it's impossible

3.i have apply to the school AL-Thuraya and they have called me yesterday night but before i go on with the process i need to sure if i can get to Europe from there cos that is the only reason am apply to jordan.

Yes, it's easier to get to other countries through Jordan once you have your residence permit.

Lastly within this 4months course i hope i can work with my iqama cos i decline the school hostle and i dont have anybody in jordan i just believe when i get there i will look for naija community to stay or i look for my own studio flat there,hope my decision are good abtb the house.
Thanks Brother.i await ur quick response cos the admin office like call me back today so i can no what to tell him.

You can start working the moment you get your permit, the aim is not to go their to study but to use the country as a step to a better country. [/b]
kennyzo:
@xoxo001,thanks alot,my question is if u apply for course in that school for 4 month,is it possible for u to get iqama with that and also can u extend the iqama for like 1 year.

yes, you get your permit immediately after your medical

2.like how many year can someone stay in jordan before he apply for schengen visa and is it with ur naija passport u apply or u need to get jordan citizen before u can apply.

You apply with your naija passport, you can't get their citizenship... it's impossible

3.i have apply to the school AL-Thuraya and they have called me yesterday night but before i go on with the process i need to sure if i can get to Europe from there cos that is the only reason am apply to jordan.

Yes, it's easier to get to other countries through Jordan once you have your residence permit.

Lastly within this 4months course i hope i can work with my iqama cos i decline the school hostle and i dont have anybody in jordan i just believe when i get there i will look for naija community to stay or i look for my own studio flat there,hope my decision are good abtb the house.
Thanks Brother.i await ur quick response cos the admin office like call me back today so i can no what to tell him.

You can start working the moment you get your permit, the aim is not to go their to study but to use the country as a step to a better country.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:18am On Jun 01
makanaky2017:
I had gone through the school web you posted ,am interested in BSA program from Althuraya school,though purpose is for job hunt ,put more light on the school program I should apply for or recommend for me which is also cost effective .Thanks
Just apply for a language course programme to save cost, you really don't need the school. you are just using it to get the residence permit to work. Who Arabic language eep?

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by TEHRAN(m): 12:02pm On Jun 01
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kennyzo: 12:38pm On Jun 01
xoxo001:

You can start working the moment you get your permit, the aim is not to go their to study but to use the country as a step to a better country.
Thank but u havent ans this-how long can i process my europe visa and can i stay more than 4month of my course with the permit? pls u can inbox me ur whatsapp if u dont mine/
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by idu1(m): 1:10pm On Jun 01
xoxo001:

Just apply for a language course programme to save cost, you really don't need the school. you are just using it to get the residence permit to work. Who Arabic language eep?



What the average tuition fee for bsc health related courses?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 1:13pm On Jun 01
kennyzo:
Thank but u havent ans this-how long can i process my europe visa and can i stay more than 4month of my course with the permit? pls u can inbox me ur whatsapp if u dont mine/08023013207
I already answered the question bro, You can start after 4 to 5 months. all you need is your sponsor statement of account from 9ija, apply for visa from like 3 countries and I am sure you will get at least one from the 3...try delect your mobile number bro, cos I no dey do whatsapp. ask your questions here
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 1:16pm On Jun 01
idu1:




What the average tuition fee for bsc health related courses?
I'm sorry I have no idea bro, but why wasting your money to study in Jordan? if you want really study, find better country

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by idu1(m): 1:34pm On Jun 01
xoxo001:

I'm sorry I have no idea bro, but why wasting your money to study in Jordan? if you want really study, find better country

If it's cheap and afford.


Thanks for the reply.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Nednwoko(m): 4:28pm On Jun 01
gentilityndu:
Can you please keep quiet, he just made a point.... appreciate something good when u see one

angry grin grin
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 8:53am On Jun 02
Good morning and happy Sunday to everyone in this house, i still haven't got a response from the school. does that mean they dont do anything during Ramadan or i have to wait to mail them again after Ramandan.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Raalsalghul: 12:24pm On Jun 02
xoxo001:

Few years ago when my brother was about to travel to Israel, he opened a thread here to ask about the country but to our surprise most of the response he got here nearly made him to let go of his plan. I later sat him down and made him realise that there is no harm in trying something, because if you don't try you won't know. He listened to me, now he's happy he did. He was able to seek asylum when he got there and he is now working and making it big in Tel Aviv. You don't have to compare yourself with someone that committed suicide, compare yourself with someone that travelled and become big in life. positive thinking, I understand you Tho, but you can't actually make it without thinking out of the box. No be all of us go go US, UK, Australia, Canada etc

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Raalsalghul: 12:34pm On Jun 02
The way xoxo001 has been helpful got me thinking about the country. But one still has to do more research. The thought of living and dieing in Naija scares the bejesus out of me. Truth is that we can't all go to u.s/europe. There are other saner countries out there. The mode of travel too...very very important.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by ferrariLaferrari: 1:46pm On Jun 02
Tbvh xoxo001 isa real mvp
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by coolsheyi(m): 1:49pm On Jun 02
Thanks for the enlightenment @xoxo001.. With your analysis, I have 2 questions to ask .
1. How many weeks does it take to get resident permit if admitted by Althuraya or any other school in Jordan ?
2. The Althuraya school program is around 16 weeks, will this be enough for someone to change his /her status ?

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 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.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 2:26pm On Jun 02
coolsheyi:
Thanks for the enlightenment @xoxo001.. With your analysis, I have 2 questions to ask .
1. How many weeks does it take to get resident permit if admitted by Althuraya or any other school in Jordan ?
2. The Althuraya school program is around 16 weeks, will this be enough for someone to change his /her status ?

You can get your residence permit within a week bro and you can start looking for job. Note, the school will not help you with your residence permit unless you come to school regularly for at least a month but you can always get it outside if you can't wait for the school but you will have to go pay for it outside, but the school will give you for free if you wait

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 2:32pm On Jun 02
Raalsalghul:
The way xoxo001 has been helpful got me thinking about the country. But one still has to do more research. The thought of living and dieing in Naija scares the bejesus out of me. Truth is that we can't all go to u.s/europe. There are other saner countries out there. The mode of travel too...very very important.
yes bro, one has to be very careful and plan well before embarking on any journey. I can still remember how the guy that was supposed to pick me up switched off his phone...lol

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 2:33pm On Jun 02
kwammy5000:
Good morning and happy Sunday to everyone in this house, i still haven't got a response from the school. does that mean they dont do anything during Ramadan or i have to wait to mail them again after Ramandan.

give them time bro, they will reply you
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 2:39pm On Jun 02
@xoxo001 Mehn thanks for your great information l read from page 1 to this place am enjoying your writeup pls educate us more bro. I will look into this student stuff.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 4:05pm On Jun 02
Mr XOXO......pls how is the social life there....hop it's free to socialize...as in, clubbing, parties, tours, etc
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by coolsheyi(m): 4:12pm On Jun 02
Bros, u are blessed.. Thanks for your prompt response and sincere dedication for this thread. I have applied for the language course at Althuraya sharp sharp and the resumption date I chose was first week in October !
I believe the admission will click make I improve my hustle coz 500k no go complete this process !!!
xoxo001:

You can get your PR within a week bro and you can start looking for job. Note, the school will not help you with your PR unless you come to school regularly for at least a month but you can always get it outside if you can't wait for the school but you will have to go pay for it outside, but the school will give you for free if you wait
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Raalsalghul: 4:13pm On Jun 02
xoxo001:

yes bro, one has to be very careful and plan well before embarking on any journey. I can still remember how the guy that was supposed to pick me up switched off his phone...lol
True. Doesn't all the terrorist stuff in the middle east get to them.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by KCMTravels: 5:35pm On Jun 02
@Op, thanks for this. Hope the citizens are not hostile. Do they pay per hour or on monthly basis?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 6:27pm On Jun 02
shegoly:
Mr XOXO......pls how is the social life there....hop it's free to socialize...as in, clubbing, parties, tours, etc
unlike other Arab countries, their social life is better not like the western world o but average. there are bars that sell beer and other alcoholic Drinks, hotels with club etc. However, you can't flirt with their ladies, don't go their. The Jordananian ladies are very decent and nice unlike some of their men. You are free to date other foreign ladies anyhow you want, some whites from Eastern Europe self dey here for prostitution. Indians, Philippines women etc are also here. so if you want women to date you can always choose from those foreigners sha.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 6:31pm On Jun 02
KCMTravels:
@Op, thanks for this. Hope the citizens are not hostile. Do they pay per hour or on monthly basis?
No but that doesn't mean some hostile citizens no dey o. In fact, my first boss na werey. As for the pay, it's biweekly in most places.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 6:35pm On Jun 02
Raalsalghul:

True. Doesn't all the terrorist stuff in the middle east get to them.
Trust me when I say Jordan is one of the most peaceful and terrorist free country in the middle east. they even live peacefully with their Christian counterpart.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 6:36pm On Jun 02
coolsheyi:
Bros, u are blessed.. Thanks for your prompt response and sincere dedication for this thread. I have applied for the language course at Althuraya sharp sharp and the resumption date I chose was first week in October !
I believe the admission will click make I improve my hustle coz 500k no go complete this process !!!
success bro
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 6:55pm On Jun 02
@ xoxo001 baba l dey feel you pls give us pictures make the thread clear finish thanks.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:03pm On Jun 02
Neres33:
@ xoxo001 baba l dey feel you pls give us pictures make the thread clear finish thanks.
I can't upload my personal pictures here cos of privacy but I promise to upload some street, housing,malls etc pictures once I'm back in Jordan. I'm in Estonia right now doing some stuffs
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 7:15pm On Jun 02
xoxo001:

unlike other Arab countries, their social life is better not like the western world o but average. there are bars that sell beer and other alcoholic Drinks, hotels with club etc. However, you can't flirt with their ladies, don't go their. The Jordananian ladies are very decent and nice unlike some of their men. You are free to date other foreign ladies anyhow you want, some whites from Eastern Europe self dey here for prostitution. Indians, Philippines women etc are also here. so if you want women to date you can always choose from those foreigners sha.
ok
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 7:28pm On Jun 02
@xoxo001 okay waiting for it, we dey come for road main the place favor us Amen.

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