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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 11:59pm On Jun 03
xoxo001:

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


Reality of life
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 12:03am On Jun 04
ugnoble:
Wish I saw this earlier on, but it's not that late though.

Seen this? Hadampson

Just seeing it now.. Thanks for the mention


Wanna apply?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by ugnoble: 12:08am On Jun 04
Hadampson:

Just seeing it now.. Thanks for the mention

Wanna apply?
Yeah, might apply soon.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 12:22am On Jun 04
I applied already but no response yet
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 12:31am On Jun 04
ugnoble:


Yeah, might apply soon.

Okay boss

I believe the country is worth a trial

A boss once told me that it's easy to cross to turkey from Jordan.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 12:54am On Jun 04
Hadampson:


Okay boss

I believe the country is worth a trial

A boss once told me that it's easy to cross to turkey from Jordan.
from the look of things I think am loving Jordan than turkey ohh
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 5:18am On Jun 04
Tonydezy:
from the look of things I think am loving Jordan than turkey ohh


Hmm.. May i know the reason why smiley
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by emperorblog21(m): 7:15am On Jun 04
xoxo001:
you can use yours but the account must be loaded with at least 1.2m

okay boss... can i PM u to ask some question because of privaxy.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by emperorblog21(m): 7:16am On Jun 04
xoxo001:
you can use yours but the account must be loaded with at least 1.2m

okay boss... can i PM u to ask some question because of privaxy.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:19am On Jun 04
emperorblog21:


okay boss... can i PM u to ask some question because of privaxy.
No problem
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:22am On Jun 04
Tonydezy:
from the look of things I think am loving Jordan than turkey ohh
Turkey is still better bro.... it's just that I personally don't like going to countries where Nigerians are trooping to, I have my own reasons

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:29am On Jun 04
[quote author=Tonydezy post=78996863]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[/quote
There is no way you can get a government job or a professional job there, I'm talking about menial jobs. their citizens won't do those menial jobs, so you can do it. you don't even have to finish your course before you start working.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:34am On Jun 04
Hadampson:



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.



The far better I'm saying here is relative. for instance, I'm doing just OK here and I know that my friends in Dubai are telling me how hard it is for them there. that doesn't mean some people are not also doing fine in Dubai. it depends on how lucky you are bro

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:56am On Jun 04
Prior to 2018 you don't have to pay any tuition fee until you get to Jordan, apart from your application fee but the policy was changed when they discovered that Nigerians don't pay even when we get there.

what we used to do is to go to a medical clinic in Jordan, do our medicals and take the results to their ministry to collect the residence permit. However, they discovered that the population of Nigerian students keeps rising but they schools are not getting paid lol.

They decided that it's important now that you pay your school fees before coming to Jordan. if you don't pay, no admission. No admission,no visa lol. that's was how it all started, now you have to pay before getting the admission.

We have to know that these foreign countries change their policies frequently to avoid being used for selfish reasons. the information I got now is that, all results must be authenticated now. this why I will keep saying that procrastination is bad. whatever you want to do in life do it, cos tomorrow maybe too late.

who knows what policy they are going to change tomorrow? maybe by next year you won't be able to get residence permit out of the schools again and it will be the school that will be giving that out. God help us sha, we must make am

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 8:10am On Jun 04
Hadampson:



Hmm.. May i know the reason why smiley
as we all know na money dey Carry us Waka e be like say Jordan money high pass turkey and hustle pure for there and to get resident permit easy as xoxo explained

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 8:15am On Jun 04
[quote author=xoxo001 post=79001109][/quote] so you mean I should disregard that and go on with my application?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 8:18am On Jun 04
Tonydezy:
as we all know na money dey Carry us Waka e be like say Jordan money high pass turkey and hustle pure for there and to get resident permit easy as xoxo explained


I think its worth the trial boss.. Give it your best shot and see what comes out of it... I pray Jordan favour you as it has favoured xoxo001
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 8:19am On Jun 04
Tonydezy:
so you mean I should disregard that and go on with my application?
Yes in my opinion but if your mind is not made up, you shouldn't

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 8:27am On Jun 04
what we used to do is to go to a medical clinic in Jordan, do our medicals and take the results to their ministry to collect the residence permit. However, they discovered that the population of Nigerian students keeps rising but they schools are not getting paid lol.

They decided that it's important now that you pay your school fees before coming to Jordan. if you don't pay, no admission. No admission,no visa lol. that's was how it all started, now you have to pay before getting the admission.

We have to know that these foreign countries change their policies frequently to avoid being used for selfish reasons. the information I got now is that, all results must be authenticated now. this why I will keep saying that procrastination is bad. whatever you want to do in life do it, cos tomorrow maybe too late.

xoxo001 bro after the payment of admission ,when one travel to jordan the visa will be issue to you when he get to port of entry.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 8:47am On Jun 04
Hadampson:



Reality of life

Sure

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Akinsj: 9:10am On Jun 04
[quote author=xoxo001 post=79001820]Prior to 2018 you don't have to pay any tuition fee until you get to Jordan, apart from your application fee but the policy was changed when they discovered that Nigerians don't pay even when we get there.

what we used to do is to go to a medical clinic in Jordan, do our medicals and take the results to their ministry to collect the residence permit. However, they discovered that the population of Nigerian students keeps rising but they schools are not getting paid lol.

They decided that it's important now that you pay your school fees before coming to Jordan. if you don't pay, no admission. No admission,no visa lol. that's was how it all started, now you have to pay before getting the admission.

We have to know that these foreign countries change their policies frequently to avoid being used for selfish reasons. the information I got now is that, all results must be authenticated now. this why I will keep saying that procrastination is bad. whatever you want to do in life do it, cos tomorrow maybe too late.

who knows what policy they are going to change tomorrow? maybe by next year you won't be able to get residence permit out of the schools again and it will be the school that will be giving that out. God help us sha, we must make am.

Thanks bro for the information I applied and the school responded but the accommodation aspects is kind of expensive he said 500-700JD how can u help with the accommodation. Can I PM u though I already sent u a message.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 9:15am On Jun 04
[quote author=Akinsj post=79003929][/quote]
don't apply for the school accommodation.... you will get a cheap accommodation outside
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 9:17am On Jun 04
Neres33:

what we used to do is to go to a medical clinic in Jordan, do our medicals and take the results to their ministry to collect the residence permit. However, they discovered that the population of Nigerian students keeps rising but they schools are not getting paid lol.

They decided that it's important now that you pay your school fees before coming to Jordan. if you don't pay, no admission. No admission,no visa lol. that's was how it all started, now you have to pay before getting the admission.

We have to know that these foreign countries change their policies frequently to avoid being used for selfish reasons. the information I got now is that, all results must be authenticated now. this why I will keep saying that procrastination is bad. whatever you want to do in life do it, cos tomorrow maybe too late.

xoxo001 bro after the payment of admission ,when one travel to jordan the visa will be issue to you when he get to port of entry.
the visa will be given to you when you get their. it's inform of a sticker... dem go stick am on your passport
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 9:33am On Jun 04
Hadampson:


Jordan no be country wey you fit hustle boss
stay there and be monitoring.....am almost in Jordan

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 9:37am On Jun 04
https://www.wafid.co/apply-now/




Niairalanders I got another language school from my research after following xoxo's coaching you guys can check that out too I think theirs is cheaper and more receptive.



Mr xoxo pls do well to help us assess it too and let us know it's authenticity https://www.wafid.co/apply-now/

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Hadampson(m): 9:51am On Jun 04
shegoly:
stay there and be monitoring.....am almost in Jordan


I wish you best of luck

May the country favour you by the special grace of God Almighty smiley
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 9:52am On Jun 04
xoxo001:

don't apply for the school accommodation.... you will get a cheap accommodation outside
bro I applied but no response from them yet
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:11am On Jun 04
Tonydezy:
bro I applied but no response from them yet
wait till after Ramadan celebrations.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 10:59am On Jun 04
xoxo001:

wait till after Ramadan celebrations.

OK man tnx as I will need a follow up from you I shall be there soon
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 11:03am On Jun 04
Hadampson:



I wish you best of luck

May the country favour you by the special grace of God Almighty smiley
I never meant to insult u....but am sorry if u find it offensive
Amen.....thanks for the prayers...

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by shegoly(m): 11:07am On Jun 04
Tonydezy:

OK man tnx as I will need a follow up from you I shall be there soon
am also going this week.....can we chat...so that probably we can relate in Jordan

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