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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by abicarst: 1:26pm On Nov 06, 2020
No I am not a lecturer. I graduated there with a first class and had my compulsory national youth service in the same department

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by thebest1210(m): 1:49pm On Nov 06, 2020
abicarst:
No I am not a lecturer. I graduated there with a first class and had my compulsory national youth service in the same department


Ok.

Thanks.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Youngstown: 2:07pm On Nov 06, 2020
Felizz:


I got the email too..i was told to schedule my appointment to June 19, 2021 and then request for expedited appointment so that my expedited appointment will move to nov 13.. Now I have schedule an appointment to June 19 2021.. But now there is no column to click for the request of an expedited appointment oooo.am just scared now
Go to the top left corner of your appointment page. You would see reschedule appointment / cancel appointment etc. Click on reschedule and proceed.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Youngstown: 2:10pm On Nov 06, 2020
obexxy:
Lagos or Abuja?


Lagos and you?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by nonfav: 2:32pm On Nov 06, 2020
Youngstown:

Go to the top left corner of your appointment page. You would see reschedule appointment / cancel appointment etc. Click on reschedule and proceed.

Hi, I got the same e-mail. I have been able to fill the expedited appointment form but the problem is I had a Jan 4th interview date before I got an e-mail for the expedited one on Nov 13th. And I cant reschedule from January 4th to June 19th, not without having to pay another visa application fee. Has anyone who did the June 19th scheduling for expedited appointment purposes heard back?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Muleriders: 2:39pm On Nov 06, 2020
What a great moment. I read 7 different back to back approvals in just 3 pages. Kudos and congratulations guys. Come over to Trump-land Biden-land and do us proud.

Can't wait to read approval transcripts from the two prospective muleriders I know on this thread. wink

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Youngstown: 2:42pm On Nov 06, 2020
obexxy:
Lagos or Abuja?

Lagos
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Muleriders: 2:42pm On Nov 06, 2020
LagosismyHome:


Congrats... May God bless your new journey

This your favourite signature on every approvals should be copyrighted smiley it has always been your trademark for ages

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Youngstown: 2:43pm On Nov 06, 2020
nonfav:


Hi, I got the same e-mail. I have been able to fill the expedited appointment form but the problem is I had a Jan 4th interview date before I got an e-mail for the expedited one on Nov 13th. And I cant reschedule from January 4th to June 19th, not without having to pay another visa application fee. Has anyone who did the June 19th scheduling for expedited appointment purposes heard back?
Have you cancelled or rescheduled befor?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Etherealbeing: 2:45pm On Nov 06, 2020
NoTimeZone:
Congratulations.
When did you finish high school if you don't mind me asking?

Thank you, 2017
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by nonfav: 3:14pm On Nov 06, 2020
Youngstown:
Have you cancelled or rescheduled befor?

No, I did initially receive an Oct 26 date for my interview before it was moved to Nov 13 because of the protest but that wasn't reflected on the interview scheduling portal.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by LagosismyHome(f): 3:19pm On Nov 06, 2020
Muleriders:


This your favourite signature on every approvals should be copyrighted smiley it has always been your trademark for ages

smiley cheesy grin

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Phori: 3:49pm On Nov 06, 2020
Hello guys, great job yall are doing. pls I need ur input on these about the I-160 form thanks
1. Is the national identification number field important?
2.. do the “person paying for your trip” question referring to your sponsor? (Under travel)
3. Does the field “passport book number” applicable to Nigerian.
4. do I need to pay my sevis fee first before i can apply for emergency interview?
5, which of the visa offices is currently attending to emergency interviews, lagos or Abuja
6. how can i apply for the emergency interview,

Thanks guys.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Dgreatestt: 3:51pm On Nov 06, 2020
Profile
Undergraduate: HND, hospitality Management
Funding: GTA plus Department Scholarship(s)
School: Texas Tech University
Deficit: ~$2,700
Course: Hotel Management
Location: Lagos consulate
Status: Approved, 6th Nov,
7am appointment

I hope the above helps someone out there.

NL has been helpful through the process for me, so I owe this platform my transcript. A big thanks to fairheart, you are always ready to help. To my Acer's WhatsApp group family, big thank you. And to my Gee, Ahmed, you're a true friend. despite having your visa more than a month now, you didnt stop motivating and reminding me we'll both be on the flight together to Texas. Thanks alot brother. Really boosted my confidence

At the interview hall, i noticed only two VO's were working. i must state that, both of them were friendly, atleast from the conversations i heard. And btw, it was an Approval back to back from them, the approval rate must have exceeded 80%, from what i observed while on the queue. So this gave me some more confidence. Then it was my turn. Here is my conversation with the VO.

VO: good morning
Me: good morning
VO: where are you going?
Me: I'm going the Texas Tech University for my masters degree in hotel management.
Vo: Hotel management hmm
Me: Yes, hotel management
Vo: why hotel management
Me: (about to talk, vo cut)
Vo: oh so which hotel are you working(must have seen from DS 160)
Me: bleep hotel, here in Lagos.
vo: Oh, bleep hotel.
Vo: So you did your nysc (i wasnt sure if he was asking when i did it or if i did it)
me: Yes, i did my NYSC. ( trying to avoid too much talk)
Vo: looks at his system, then said, Full funding hmm?(in my mind i started wondering if this VO didnt see the over 2k deficit in it)
Me: So i simply responded, Yes, full funding.
Vo: How did you get the funding
Me: I evaluated my transcript with world education service (WES), after which the official copy was sent to the school, i also submitted my SOP, resume and GRE score, and then ..(vo cuts in again)
Me: what was your GRE score
Me: i had ** in verbal, ** in quant and ** in writing.
Vo: at this point, the vo picked my i20 again and started looking at it seriously, seem he was comparing or confirming something on his system also. This period seem to be the longest 30seconds or more time of my life�
Me: (my mind, i just kept telling myself that my village pple must not get me today. the look was taking long) I kept my cool still.
VO: Have you travelled out before?
Me: No sir, Never had any reason to.
Vo: Married, any kids?
Me: No.
Vo: i will be approving your visa, go to windows 22 to pay your reciprocity fee. Enjoy your study in the US
Me: Thank you sir. i sharply run off, before he remember another question. lol

NB: No single document was asked. typing it now seem longer. i dont think it lasted up to 4min
I just thank God.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Mirahkle: 3:52pm On Nov 06, 2020
Vader92:
Visa approved
6th November 2020

Me: Good morning (Removes mask)
VO: Good morning, Please put on your mask. We are going to start by taking your finger prints.

After that was completed

VO: So where are you going?
Me: UIUC

VO: Hmm, Urbana Champaign, why are you going there?
Me: I'm a masters student in aerospace engineering at the university and I expect to resume on campus in the spring.

VO: why did you select University of Illinois?
Me: The program at the school has an interesting course structure that provides me with the opportunity to specialize in structural aerospace engineering which is a particular interest of mine.

VO: who's sponsoring the program?
Me: The department gave me a generous funding that comes with tution waiver and monthly stipend to cover for living expenses

VOsadchecks my i20) What do you intend to do with the degree
Me: I intend to use the degree and skills gained from the program to return to Nigerian and join the National Space Research and Development agency to (Vo cuts in)

VO: Are you married?
Me: No

VO: Any children?
Me: No

VO: have you travelled out of Nigeria?
Me: Yes. I've been to the US, UK, UAE

VO: (pauses for a while) when was the last time you were in the US?
Me: 2017

VO: I intend to issue your Visa
Me:, Thank you

VO: here are your documents blah blah blah
Me: Thank you



I noticed my interview was a lot shorter than most other people. I completed my interview before the two people in front of me on the queue.

The Lady that's going for PHD in chemistry (knows a little too much about nanochemistry,  likes mixing chemicals and has never blown up a building), I tried waiting for you but an officer told me to keep moving. I really hope your friend and the third guy with us also got accepted.


I also noticed two things I thought I should share

1. After an applicant answered a question the VO asked, the next thing the VO said was "how long did you practice that speech?". He eventually got the Visa but I believe the VO tried asking questions he wouldn't expect him to have prepared for cause further down the interview, after answering a question, the VO asked whether he prepared that and he was like "NO" and The VO enthusiasticly said "Yeah I like it when we just talk".

2. An applicant who I think was going for Chemistry was asked what "entropy" was. He was also asked which had more entropy between "air" and one other option I didn't hear.

Lastly, I observed there were more acceptance than rejection during my time in the hall.

Lolz.
Yes, we all got our visas.
I won't say I know too much about nanochemistry.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Mirahkle: 4:00pm On Nov 06, 2020
Visa Approved
6th November 2020
Window 10

VO: So where are you going?
Me: I am going for a PhD program in Chemistry at the University of Louisville, Kentucky

VO: Why Chemistry?
Me: I always loved the thought of manipulating matter into whatever I wanted it to be, as long as I remember. For that reason I turned down admission into the University of Ibadan (one of the best universities in Nigeria) where I was offered Agricultural Economics to go to an anonymous private university in to study Industrial Chemistry.

VO: Hope you never blew up your lab? (laughing)
Me: No.

VO: What research will you be doing?
Me: I proposed to the university to work on nanochemistry. I want to work on reducing the molecular and atomic sizes of substances while optimizing their enhanced properties. These improved nano substances can be applied in cosmetics, drug delivery, agriculture and more to enhance the rate of reaction.

VO: How did you know about the assistantship?
Me: Hence I want to go into full-time research and the minimum educational qualification required to become a researcher is a PhD, I particularly sought for schools that offered financial assistance, as the five year long program will require a lot of finance to complete.

VO: What do your parents think about you leaving them?
Me: My dad insists I come home to visit every year; if I granted a visa.

VO: What does your dad do?
Me: He is a network marketing consultant.

VO: And your mum?
Me: She doesn't work.

VO: This will be a new adventure for you. I will be recommending you for a visa.
Me: Thank you.

VO: Enjoy your stay in the US, hoping things are still normal after this election (lauging).

I must say that the resources here have been very useful. Thanks.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Kateyy: 4:19pm On Nov 06, 2020
O ; Good morning
Me: Good morning

v.o where are you going to?
me I am going to Lamar uni located at Beaumont Texas . to pursue grad studies in Chemical engineering .

v.o why did you choose this school
me:Apartfrom being a nationally ranked uni, I contacted the office of the international student council to learn about the school and I got a warm reception, there’s a good blend of cultural diversity n d wheather condition is quite conducive. I reached out to 2 professors and the work of .prof Daniel Lou fascinated me and alights with my career aspirations

v.o who’s funding ur education?
me: my parents

v.o Wat does ur father do:
me: he’s a civil servant and runs his own buisness

v.o : tell me things bout your course
me: I fumbled a bit n continued

v. o sorry u r not qualified for this visa
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by 4gunners(m): 4:29pm On Nov 06, 2020
Walspring:


The general mentality is that the person will come and take the portion of his own assistantship or funding.

It’s just like some dude here who went to US to study with borrowed money and refused to come back then got married either hook or crook to be able to stay grounded there but they are now preaching for some folks with different advice not to leave naija and study abroad instead of telling them how to do the right thing that will work out for them. They even go extra miles to condemn people with good intention plans, I wonder if the plan ain’t friendly why haven’t dey return grin grin grin

Naija I hail oooooo
grin grin grin
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Janet200: 4:38pm On Nov 06, 2020
So many approvals, congrats to everyone

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Youngstown: 4:49pm On Nov 06, 2020
nonfav:


No, I did initially receive an Oct 26 date for my interview before it was moved to Nov 13 because of the protest but that wasn't reflected on the interview scheduling portal.
I think youu should send a mail thehe niv address. They will mail you back. Disregard the automated reply.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by GiftyDiamond: 5:09pm On Nov 06, 2020
So many approvals.... like the positivity in the air. Congrats to all who got approved.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Phori: 5:46pm On Nov 06, 2020
Hello guys, great job yall are doing. pls I need ur input on these about the I-160 form thanks
1. Is the national identification number field important?
2.. do the “person paying for your trip” question referring to your sponsor? (Under travel)
3. Does the field “passport book number” applicable to Nigerian.
4. do I need to pay my sevis fee first before i can apply for emergency interview?
5, which of the visa offices is currently attending to emergency interviews, lagos or Abuja
6. how can i apply for the emergency interview,

Thanks guys.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Nobody: 5:50pm On Nov 06, 2020
VISA Approved.

Firstly, I want to cancel my official appointment which I got for NOV 13 as I used an emergency route, so you can log in to CGI website today at 6:00pm prompt to check if you will be lucky.

I was scheduled for 8a.m today.
VO: Good morning
Me: Yea, Good morning, how are you doing

VO: Fine, hope you are not anxious
Me: No

VO: Give me your passport with the docs inside it

VO: What are you going to do in the US
Me: I am going to continue my PhD studies in Chemistry.

VO: Why Chemistry?
Me: I intend to pursue a career in research. Having suffered from several bouts of malaria and other infectious diseases while growing up, I would like to join other elite researchers in developing new and existing chemical molecules that could be applied in abating these diseases.

VO: After typing for some seconds, where are U working?
Me: I am a supervisor at .... ( I am a supervisor at a fed. govt parastatal, a role I have been in for almost 7 years).

VO: What does that have to do with Chemistry
Me: Well, I have been using that to support my career. I did my MSc. in Med Chem at .... from 2015 to 2018. (I actually had an opportunity to work with SWIPHA and Nigerian breweries when I got that job but I declined as both won't give me time to do my thing)

VO: I will be approving your visa.
Me: I didn't utter any more words.

He didn't ask for any other thing. I collected my documents, paid my reciprocity fee and left. Generally, today was a good day for many guys at least for the five people that went in with me.

NB: Everything I wrote in bracket, I didn't say them. I am actually on full funding with TA. I applied to Ucincinnati, MSU, UAuburn, and UMaine.

Good luck to everyone!!

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Comique(m): 5:54pm On Nov 06, 2020
Phori:
Hello guys, great job yall are doing. pls I need ur input on these about the I-160 form thanks
1. Is the national identification number field important?
2.. do the “person paying for your trip” question referring to your sponsor? (Under travel)
3. Does the field “passport book number” applicable to Nigerian.
4. do I need to pay my sevis fee first before i can apply for emergency interview?
5, which of the visa offices is currently attending to emergency interviews, lagos or Abuja
6. how can i apply for the emergency interview,

Thanks guys.


1. If you have it, its beta you put it there.
2. Yes
3. I really can't say. The gurus in the house will respond to this.
4. You may not, however you need to pay 72 hours before your interview date.
5. I think Lagos.
6. I did mine via email but I doubt if they are still accepting request for emergency appointments.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by AOS97: 6:12pm On Nov 06, 2020
Visa approved 30th of October. I've been a silent reader on here for a while. Thank you to everyone who has contributed! Here is my transcript.

VO: Good morning sir, pass me your passport.
Me: Good morning
VO: Alabama!
Me: Yes
VO: why did you choose Alabama
Me: I chose Alabama because the research interests of my advisor matches well with mine and I also felt very welcomed by the department, so I'm very happy to be going there.
VO: Chemical engineering? What kind of chemistry will you be doing?
Me in my mind "I'm not doing chemistry o"
Me: I'll be working on heterogeneous catalysis
VO: Catalysis? So you'll be working with catalysts. Is that organic chemistry?
Me: No, it's physical chemistry.
VO: did you apply to other schools?
Me: yes, I applied to 9 schools in all. Should name them?
VO: *shrugs* I don't really care. What's the most prestigious one you applied to?
Me: University of Michigan
VO: and you're going to Bama?
Me: well, Michigan didn't admit me.
VO: which schools admitted you then?
Me: Stevens, MTU and Alabama.
VO: alright. Have you travelled out of Nigeria before?
Me: yes
VO: when?
Me: told him...
VO: which states in Nigeria have you lived?
Me: Lagos and Ogun
VO: so you went to covenant?
Me: yes
VO: are you married?
Me: (in my head- babe sef I no get �) No, I'm not married
VO: any kids?
Me: NO sir
VO: okay, I'll be approving your visa, take this slip to window 22 and pay your reciprocity. Have a great time at Alabama. Best of luck

My interview felt a little longer than other people that were in the hall same time as me. From what I've noticed from reading other transcripts is that the two VOs have some interest in chemistry. It seems they asked lots of chemistry related questions lol. It was a chilled interview, felt more like gisting even though my heart was racing like crazy�. My advice is that you should be confident in your answers and as long as you have been invested in your admission process I don't think you should be thrown off by unexpected questions. Congrats to everyone that has been approved, and success to all others interviewing soon .

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by taylorfola: 7:12pm On Nov 06, 2020
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by dipdat123: 7:53pm On Nov 06, 2020
@Lagosismyhome, Fairheart and other gurus in the house I can't sleep anymore, I'm very worried. What's my chances of getting Visa approved

I'm 36 years old
SSCE 2004
ND 2005 to 2007 Elect/Elect Engineering 

2008 to 2009 1 year IT

HND 2009 to 2011 Elect/Elect Engineering

March 2012 to Feb 2013 NYSC

September 2013 to date Network Administrator with SLT

2015/2016 PGD Elect/Elect Engineering

I got no scholarship or GA

My half brother will be sponsoring me

Should I fill his name or his company name as my sponsor I already filled his company name initially as my sponsor. 

I shared my delayed visa transcript late October
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by fairheart(m): 7:53pm On Nov 06, 2020
Congratulations to all approved applicants.
What can I say? Y'all worked hard for this; some of you had to borrow money to fund this dream. So you deserve the joy your approval has brought to you!

My advise: Don't take the funding for granted! Some people somewhere desperately need them, but they don't know how to get it. It's a huge privilege! I know why I am saying this! Please do all you can to study well and graduate as one of the best students in your department. Success can turn to failure if we stop working hard to build on the foundational success, which is the opportunity to study in the US.

All the best guys! smiley

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by fairheart(m): 7:56pm On Nov 06, 2020
Cocao:
Visa Approved

First I stood for 4 hours, my legs still hurt till now. But I guess it doesn't matter now. So when I got in there, I noticed that the guy at window 7 was just distributing rejection like kilode. I began praying that I skip him but for this kin thing luck no dey favor me. I kept faith sha. But I sha still landed on his table.

When I got there he asked me to place my left hand on the scanner. I did and he couldn't get my finger print. We tried for a bit so I asked him, did you mean my left or right because you told me left. Then he apologized and said that he meant the right hand.

VO: Where are you going to in the US

Me: I am currently a graduate student of the communications program in the University of Cincinnati Ohio.

VO: Why did you choose this school

Me: The department has a concentration in organizational communication that align with my research interests. The profile of faculty members like Professor Suzanne and Dr Banjo impressed me and consolidated my interest in the department. My graduate assistantship award that covers tuition and living expenses was the icing on the cake.

VO: Where do you work

Me: I work as a customer service supervisor in my organisation.

VO: Have you ever traveled outside the country before

Me: No, I have not had any reason to

VO: Are you married

Me: No

VO: Do you have any kids

Me: No

VO: I intend issuing you your visa

If I start to thank people, I'll run out of space. Fairheart, I have nothing but love for you.
Faith!!! smiley You have nothing but love because love is the greatest! And it's more than enough!
I am happy for you!

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by dipdat123: 8:00pm On Nov 06, 2020
I going for a master degree in information systems. I didn’t take standardized test, not required.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Tomison(m): 8:05pm On Nov 06, 2020
AOS97:
Visa approved 30th of October. I've been a silent reader on here for a while. Thank you to everyone who has contributed! Here is my transcript.

VO: Good morning sir, pass me your passport.
Me: Good morning
VO: Alabama!
Me: Yes
VO: why did you choose Alabama
Me: I chose Alabama because the research interests of my advisor matches well with mine and I also felt very welcomed by the department, so I'm very happy to be going there.
VO: Chemical engineering? What kind of chemistry will you be doing?
Me in my mind "I'm not doing chemistry o"
Me: I'll be working on heterogeneous catalysis
VO: Catalysis? So you'll be working with catalysts. Is that organic chemistry?
Me: No, it's physical chemistry.
VO: did you apply to other schools?
Me: yes, I applied to 9 schools in all. Should name them?
VO: *shrugs* I don't really care. What's the most prestigious one you applied to?
Me: University of Michigan
VO: and you're going to Bama?
Me: well, Michigan didn't admit me.
VO: which schools admitted you then?
Me: Stevens, MTU and Alabama.
VO: alright. Have you travelled out of Nigeria before?
Me: yes
VO: when?
Me: told him...
VO: which states in Nigeria have you lived?
Me: Lagos and Ogun
VO: so you went to covenant?
Me: yes
VO: are you married?
Me: (in my head- babe sef I no get �) No, I'm not married
VO: any kids?
Me: NO sir
VO: okay, I'll be approving your visa, take this slip to window 22 and pay your reciprocity. Have a great time at Alabama. Best of luck

My interview felt a little longer than other people that were in the hall same time as me. From what I've noticed from reading other transcripts is that the two VOs have some interest in chemistry. It seems they asked lots of chemistry related questions lol. It was a chilled interview, felt more like gisting even though my heart was racing like crazy�. My advice is that you should be confident in your answers and as long as you have been invested in your admission process I don't think you should be thrown off by unexpected questions. Congrats to everyone that has been approved, and success to all others interviewing soon .

Hello, congratulations on your visa approval��.. Well I got a question on your visa did you see a no change of status(NOS) on it, I heard that trumph said Nigerians can’t change their status?...
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by LagosismyHome(f): 8:11pm On Nov 06, 2020
dipdat123:
@Lagosismyhome, Fairheart and other gurus in the house I can't sleep anymore, I'm very worried. What's my chances of getting Visa approved

I'm 36 years old
SSCE 2004
ND 2005 to 2007 Elect/Elect Engineering 

2008 to 2009 1 year IT

HND 2009 to 2011 Elect/Elect Engineering

March 2012 to Feb 2013 NYSC

September 2013 to date Network Administrator with SLT

2015/2016 PGD Elect/Elect Engineering

I got no scholarship or GA

My half brother will be sponsoring me

Should I fill his name or his company name as my sponsor I already filled his company name initially as my sponsor. 

I shared my delayed visa transcript late October

You need to relax.. the more tensed you are the more nervous you be and it would show so relax and imagine it as a chat with someone. Just telling the person what your plans are regarding school

About changing sponsor I always prefer consistency... however I also rather use individual than company.

Lastly how can anybody tell you about your chances.

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