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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kingskim(m): 7:32pm On Jun 02
Bro xoxoxoxo abeg big man u said something about how much for visa, flight, tuition NH 800k, bta include fr De 800k??
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 7:44pm On Jun 02
@kingskim pls read from page1 you will understand the process bro thanks.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 8:14pm On Jun 02
kingskim:
Bro xoxoxoxo abeg big man u said something about how much for visa, flight, tuition NH 800k, bta include fr De 800k??
yeah, but if you have more than that e go too good
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kingskim(m): 8:56pm On Jun 02
Abeg ooo xoxoxo how to go about the embassy of a thing, cos I think the embassy no dey naija
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by komodapson: 10:32pm On Jun 02
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

if all what you typed is true, then you are one of the lucky ones. anyone, I repeat, anyone is free to travel to any country of his/her choice. if he/she so wishes let him/her travel to Syria,Yemen, or Djibouti.
what I'm advocating for is, don't just travel in the name of travel out.. carry out comprehensive checks on the country of your choice. for me, it'll be suicidal to travel to eastern Europe or middle east without my country embassy (though they don't care about me) but I can still be able to communicate back home

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:41pm On Jun 02
komodapson:


if all what you typed is true, then you are one of the lucky ones. anyone, I repeat, anyone is free to travel to any country of his/her choice. if he/she so wishes let him/her travel to Syria,Yemen, or Djibouti.
what I'm advocating for is, don't just travel in the name of travel out.. carry out comprehensive checks on the country of your choice. for me, it'll be suicidal to travel to eastern Europe or middle east without my country embassy (though they don't care about me) but I can still be able to communicate back home
You are right bro, lucky and God's favour is important. it's very germane to know where you are going to, don't just travel because people are travelling. Nigeria is actually better than some foreign countries out there, but the truth is that no matter how bad a country is, some people will still make it there why some people will regret ever embarking on such journey. Everything na by God's grace jo, life itself isn't easy sometimes
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by youngakodex: 4:18am On Jun 03
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
am trying to apply now from the school Althuraya please how many weeks will be good for BSA Program
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Drey1: 6:36am On Jun 03
xoxo001:

yeah, but if you have more than that e go too good

Boss, is there any thing like citizenship by birth in Jordan , and the PR you talked about , how long is a foreigner expected to stay in Jordan b4 he is entitled to there PR, and is it same as permanent residency . And from the look of it things, Does the company collects ur passport from u like most Arab countries do.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 6:58am On Jun 03
Drey1:


Boss, is there any thing like citizenship by birth in Jordan , and the PR you talked about , how long is a foreigner expected to stay in Jordan b4 he is entitled to there PR, and is it same as permanent residency . And from the look of it things, Does the company collects ur passport from u like most Arab countries do.
There is nothing like citizenship by birth. I meant RP, residence permit. you can get your residence permit within a week and it's for a year bro but renewable. No company is going to collect your passport from you.That is the freedom you will enjoy with your residence permit
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by emperorblog21(m): 7:49am On Jun 03
Hello broses of boss. which type of program should i choose among this

MODERN STANDARD ARABIC JORDANIAN DIALECT CUSTOM MADE PROGRAM CLASSIC TYPE OF PROGRAM (GROUPS ) VIP TYPE OF PROGRAMS ( GROUPS ) STUDY & WORK

and also what type of works are available for foreigner normal casual work o.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Drey1: 8:22am On Jun 03
xoxo001:

There is nothing like citizenship by birth. I meant RP, residence permit. you can get your residence permit within a week and it's for a year bro but renewable. No company is going to collect your passport from you.That is the freedom you will enjoy with your residence permit

Okay. Thanks, So much , with there residence permit, and with which bank account do u suggests one can use to apply to other countries there in Jordan. Cos, I think Jordan account details would have been best form of account statement since it seems u are already working in Jordan with ur RP. Or how do u see it, Won't using ur Naija bank statement be a red flag in applying to other countries. Just asking though
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by KCMTravels: 8:37am On Jun 03
Oga why you no reach Jordan first before asking this? At least na from Jordan you wan apply to other countries.

Drey1:


Okay. Thanks, So much , with there residence permit, and with which bank account do u suggests one can use to apply to other countries there in Jordan. Cos, I think Jordan account details would have been best form of account statement since it seems u are already working in Jordan with ur RP. Or how do u see it, Won't using ur Naija bank statement be a red flag in applying to other countries. Just asking though

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 9:22am On Jun 03
Drey1:


Okay. Thanks, So much , with there residence permit, and with which bank account do u suggests one can use to apply to other countries there in Jordan. Cos, I think Jordan account details would have been best form of account statement since it seems u are already working in Jordan with ur RP. Or how do u see it, Won't using ur Naija bank statement be a red flag in applying to other countries. Just asking though
You can use Naija account bro, don't forget you are a student there and someone in naija is sponsoring you. so you can use your sponsor's account. You will only claim you are going to whichever country you applied to for vacation and you will be back to Jordan once your school resume.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 9:34am On Jun 03
Pls Guys, there are some information I wouldn't want to reveal here, for example the one I just explained to the guy I quoted above me. we shouldn't forget that the world is now a global village and we are not the only people on nairaland. I know for sure that some foreigners are also here, some stuffs should remain secret until you are there. one thing I am sure of is that when you get to Jordan you will meet guys crossing legitimately everyday. All you need is to have the right papers and be determined, you may even decide to stay in Jordan if you are comfortable there. we should be prayerful and ask God for his favour and blessings where ever we want to go. I no want make this people go change watin dey work for us now o

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Drey1: 9:38am On Jun 03
xoxo001:
Pls Guys, there are some information I wouldn't want to reveal here, for example the one I just explained to the guy I quoted above me. we shouldn't forget that the world is now a global village and we are not the only people on nairaland. I know for sure that some foreigners are also here, some stuffs should remain secret until you are there. one thing I am sure of is that when you get to Jordan you will meet guys crossing legitimately everyday. All you need is to have the right papers and be determined, you may even decide to stay in Jordan if you are comfortable there. we should be prayerful and ask God for his favour and blessings where ever we want to go. I no want make this people go change watin dey work for us now o

Kindly edit it boss b4 some people quote it. Thanks for the info
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by emperorblog21(m): 10:01am On Jun 03
xoxo001:
Pls Guys, there are some information I wouldn't want to reveal here, for example the one I just explained to the guy I quoted above me. we shouldn't forget that the world is now a global village and we are not the only people on nairaland. I know for sure that some foreigners are also here, some stuffs should remain secret until you are there. one thing I am sure of is that when you get to Jordan you will meet guys crossing legitimately everyday. All you need is to have the right papers and be determined, you may even decide to stay in Jordan if you are comfortable there. we should be prayerful and ask God for his favour and blessings where ever we want to go. I no want make this people go change watin dey work for us now o

boss pls what about if i dont have a sponsorer and am sponsring myself... how will thr process be. the statement if account
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 10:46am On Jun 03
xoxo001:
Pls Guys, there are some information I wouldn't want to reveal here, for example the one I just explained to the guy I quoted above me. we shouldn't forget that the world is now a global village and we are not the only people on nairaland. I know for sure that some foreigners are also here, some stuffs should remain secret until you are there. one thing I am sure of is that when you get to Jordan you will meet guys crossing legitimately everyday. All you need is to have the right papers and be determined, you may even decide to stay in Jordan if you are comfortable there. we should be prayerful and ask God for his favour and blessings where ever we want to go. I no want make this people go change watin dey work for us now o

True talk brother. people should read before coming to ask question and this tread has not really gone too far.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by youngakodex: 2:27pm On Jun 03
xoxo001:
Pls Guys, there are some information I wouldn't want to reveal here, for example the one I just explained to the guy I quoted above me. we shouldn't forget that the world is now a global village and we are not the only people on nairaland. I know for sure that some foreigners are also here, some stuffs should remain secret until you are there. one thing I am sure of is that when you get to Jordan you will meet guys crossing legitimately everyday. All you need is to have the right papers and be determined, you may even decide to stay in Jordan if you are comfortable there. we should be prayerful and ask God for his favour and blessings where ever we want to go. I no want make this people go change watin dey work for us now o

am trying to apply now from the school Althuraya please how many weeks will be good for BSA Program cuz i saw BSA 1, BSA 2 and BSA 3 then 4 weeks or 6 weeks per each of them or i only need one of the BSA course to get my PR and start working there before moving to my destination....did I need to choose accommodation service by the school and airport pickup...please need info about this questions
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by makanaky2017(m): 5:30pm On Jun 03
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
I thank you for all you have been doing here ,after giving out Iqama(permit) how do we search for jobs is it online and get shared accommodation ?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:40pm On Jun 03
makanaky2017:
I thank you for all you have been doing here ,after giving out Iqama(permit) how do we search for jobs is it online and get shared accommodation ?
You can search online or offline... getting a shared accommodation isn't hard. once you have your money, everything is easy
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by emperorblog21(m): 9:47pm On Jun 03
xoxo001:

You can search online or offline... getting a shared accommodation isn't hard. once you have your money, everything is easy


boss pls what about if i dont have a sponsorer
and am sponsring myself... how will the process
be. the statement of account
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 10:00pm On Jun 03
xoxo001:

There is nothing like citizenship by birth. I meant RP, residence permit. you can get your residence permit within a week and it's for a year bro but renewable. No company is going to collect your passport from you.That is the freedom you will enjoy with your residence permit
bros I need to contact you help me with a medium
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 10:03pm On Jun 03
Tonydezy:
bros I need to contact you help me with a medium
planing of moving to Jordan to work I need a Nigerian who resides there for guidance eichieanthony@yahoo.com or 07062297958 pls asap
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:11pm On Jun 03
emperorblog21:


boss pls what about if i dont have a sponsorer and am sponsring myself... how will the process be. the statement of account
you can use yours but the account must be loaded with at least 1.2m
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:13pm On Jun 03
Tonydezy:
bros I need to contact you help me with a medium
you can ask your questions here so that other people can benefit from it
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 10:33pm On Jun 03
For the whole process as explained like how much will work it out from the admission to flight and bta
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 10:34pm On Jun 03
xoxo001:

you can ask your questions here so that other people can benefit from it
please kindly recommend universities with low tuition and the once that can give quick admission bro Tnx so far
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by ugnoble: 11:13pm On Jun 03
Wish I saw this earlier on, but it's not that late though.

Seen this? Hadampson

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 11:39pm On Jun 03
komodapson:


if all what you typed is true, then you are one of the lucky ones. anyone, I repeat, anyone is free to travel to any country of his/her choice. if he/she so wishes let him/her travel to Syria,Yemen, or Djibouti.
what I'm advocating for is, don't just travel in the name of travel out.. carry out comprehensive checks on the country of your choice. for me, it'll be suicidal to travel to eastern Europe or middle east without my country embassy (though they don't care about me) but I can still be able to communicate back home

God bless you brother smiley

My Nigeria people, please listen to this golden advice o
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 11:41pm On Jun 03
shegoly:
o boy man must hustle

Jordan no be country wey you fit hustle boss

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 11:45pm On Jun 03
xoxo001:

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


I disagree with the emboldened... Jordan FAR better than UAE.. Maybe because their tuition fee is affordable apart from that, United Arab Emirates is better than Jordan.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 11:45pm On Jun 03
I spoke with the guy in the language school website here is a screenshot of our conversation mr xoxo what do you have to say

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