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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by ExchangA: 7:11am On May 15
MrAAA2:


Reading the FAQs on the Ghana Embassy website will help or the COVID-19 Regulations as in every other countries.

Thank you for your input bro. But I’m asking for a friend who is just traveling to Ghana not for the German visa tho. I want to know of he needs a vaccine or covid test to board a flight.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by victor5996: 9:37am On May 15
When I traveled to Ghana last year, needed covid tests to leave Nigeria and also tested at the airport in Ghana
ExchangA:


Thank you for your input bro. But I’m asking for a friend who is just traveling to Ghana not for the German visa tho. I want to know of he needs a vaccine or covid test to board a flight.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by esdajo: 9:38am On May 15
Hello everybody. I have some Euros for sale at reasonable rates for the purpose of funding of block accounts for German student visa interview. Are you interested? I am just a dm away. Reasonable rates but only for serious would-be buyers.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by henrycare53(m): 11:13am On May 15
I’m sure for every international travel you need to present a negative covid result before you can be allowed to board.
For Ghana, you need a negative covid test to travel and also you will be required to do another covid test at point of entry which should cost $50. Without that, you can’t be allowed to enter the country.

ExchangA:


Thank you for your input bro. But I’m asking for a friend who is just traveling to Ghana not for the German visa tho. I want to know of he needs a vaccine or covid test to board a flight.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Nobody: 11:23am On May 15
I need assistance with my VISA application, anybody please.
I’m looking at the requirements for student visa application and I have some questions about 2 documents.

1. About the ”signed declarations according to Section 54 Paragraph 2 Nr. 8 of the German Alien's Law“
- What is it ?
- And more importantly how/Where can I get it ?


2. Application Form (Application for resident permit)

If feel like it’s obvious but I still would appreciate a confirmation from experience
- Where/How do I get the form (can’t seem to find it on their website)

Thank you
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Nobody: 11:25am On May 15
MrAAA2:


Once you arrive Germany;
1. Get your SIGNED house/apartment contract ready. If you have not found an apartment, start searching before you come
2. Book appointment at your residence City Centre/Rathaus
3. Receive your City Registration Certificate and request for your TAX ID
4. Take the City Registration Certificate, your passport, enrollment certificate, tax certificate and other documents to a popular bank of your choice (I use Sparkasse) and enquire for the BEST account for students without monthly deductions
5. Get your account number and bank card, upload your Passport with the Entry Stamp and fill your bank details to the Fintiba App
6. Your monthly allowance will first come in less than 3 days of supplying those info. You will receive the amount from when you blocked the account to when you supplied the information.
7. Afterwards, you will be paid every 1st day of the month.

I need assistance with my VISA application, anybody please.
I’m looking at the requirements for student visa application and I have some questions about 2 documents.

1. About the ”signed declarations according to Section 54 Paragraph 2 Nr. 8 of the German Alien's Law“
- What is it ?
- And more importantly how/Where can I get it ?


2. Application Form (Application for resident permit)

If feel like it’s obvious but I still would appreciate a confirmation from experience
- Where/How do I get the form (can’t seem to find it on their website)

Thank you
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Philfit(m): 12:47pm On May 15
KrisRenzo:


I need assistance with my VISA application, anybody please.
I’m looking at the requirements for student visa application and I have some questions about 2 documents.

1. About the ”signed declarations according to Section 54 Paragraph 2 Nr. 8 of the German Alien's Law“
- What is it ?
- And more importantly how/Where can I get it ?


2. Application Form (Application for resident permit)

If feel like it’s obvious but I still would appreciate a confirmation from experience
- Where/How do I get the form (can’t seem to find it on their website)

Thank you

First link Visa Application Form, Second Link Declaration. Print and sign two copies of each.

https://nigeria.diplo.de/blob/1505552/79a2ec3fe589f6db8f4346483084bae8/d-visa-form-data.pdf

https://nigeria.diplo.de/blob/1505570/549352489fc88dfdbbd7b307af0f58b4/belehrung-data.pdf

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Somatohadidas1: 12:55pm On May 15
KrisRenzo:


I need assistance with my VISA application, anybody please.
I’m looking at the requirements for student visa application and I have some questions about 2 documents.

1. About the ”signed declarations according to Section 54 Paragraph 2 Nr. 8 of the German Alien's Law“
- What is it ?
- And more importantly how/Where can I get it ?


2. Application Form (Application for resident permit)



If feel like it’s obvious but I still would appreciate a confirmation from experience
- Where/How do I get the form (can’t seem to find it on their website)

Thank you




For 2, it is not resident permit but national visa. check the link below and fill in your details and print thereafter.

https://videx-national.diplo.de/videx/visum-erfassung/#/videx-langfristiger-aufenthalt

For 1, you would find the link to download the declaration form if you painstakingly peruse the link below

https://nigeria.diplo.de/ng-en/service/visa/student-research-and-language-course-visa/1015536

wishing you the best.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Kathy4jesus: 2:49pm On May 15
SOLARPOWER1:


Yes. Type ruropass online CV editor. That's what I used to create my CV for admission then. Use europass format, the university professors prefer CV format they are familiar with.

Thanks I created it but can’t save it without registering, I registered and I was told I’m gonna get an email to finish my registration but I’m still waiting no email from them�‍♂️�‍♂️

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by temmyt20(m): 2:53pm On May 15
TonyyS:


Is it not stated on the uni website? Like in my case, I applied directly. The school wanted me to upload scanned certified copies of my documents.
which school please?
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Nobody: 3:56pm On May 15
temmyt20:
which school please?

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Nobody: 3:57pm On May 15
Philfit:

First link Visa Application Form, Second Link Declaration. Print and sign two copies of each.

https://nigeria.diplo.de/blob/1505552/79a2ec3fe589f6db8f4346483084bae8/d-visa-form-data.pdf

https://nigeria.diplo.de/blob/1505570/549352489fc88dfdbbd7b307af0f58b4/belehrung-data.pdf

But declaration is also included when u print the application form
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by daambassador: 4:14pm On May 15
Kathy4jesus:

Pls must I certify all documents before uploading? NOTE- I’m using online application and not through Uni-assist

You don't need to upload certified copies just the original docs, but
after your online application, 'some' schools still expect you to send photocopies to them (certified photocopies including photocopy of your int'l passport). As they will say "please inform your self that you're not sending original copies of your docs but certified photocopies..."

I have like 6-7 schools to send my certified photocopies but still dey reason the money for DHL charges.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Kathy4jesus: 6:17pm On May 15
daambassador:


You don't need to upload certified copies just the original docs, but
after your online application, 'some' schools still expect you to send photocopies to them (certified photocopies including photocopy of your int'l passport). As they will say "please inform your self that you're not sending original copies of your docs but certified photocopies..."

I have like 6-7 schools to send my certified photocopies but still dey reason the money for DHL charges.
Please tell me the school names that the application is still on maybe I can apply to more , I think it’s risky to apply to just one school
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by daambassador: 7:20pm On May 15
Kathy4jesus:

Please tell me the school names that the application is still on maybe I can apply to more , I think it’s risky to apply to just one school

There are lots of schools, and majority opened their application postals today and another one will open on 17th being Monday while some others will open by June 1st.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Sobolev: 12:04am On May 16
daambassador:


You don't need to upload certified copies just the original docs, but
after your online application, 'some' schools still expect you to send photocopies to them (certified photocopies including photocopy of your int'l passport). As they will say "please inform your self that you're not sending original copies of your docs but certified photocopies..."

I have like 6-7 schools to send my certified photocopies but still dey reason the money for DHL charges.

To reduce the DHL charges, you can send all the certified copies to a trusted person/friend in Germany, who then sorts and post the documents via Deutsche Post to the schools.

A Kompaktbrief (up to 8 pages inside (50g), 23,5 x 12,5 x 1,0 cm envelope), for example, costs 0,95€ to send within Germany. To track or/and verify delivery (with/without signature), you can include add-ons (see image below). https://shop.deutschepost.de/internetmarke?tid=sk06_05

Please be mindful that this would only be helpful if you are to send the documents to the schools personally and not from a Nigerian institution to a German one.

Best.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by daambassador: 2:22am On May 16
Sobolev:


To reduce the DHL charges, you can send all the certified copies to a trusted person/friend in Germany, who then sorts and post the documents via Deutsche Post to the schools.

A Kompaktbrief (up to 8 pages inside (50g), 23,5 x 12,5 x 1,0 cm envelope), for example, costs 0,95€ to send within Germany. To track or/and verify delivery (with/without signature), you can include add-ons (see image below). https://shop.deutschepost.de/internetmarke?tid=sk06_05

Please be mindful that this would only be helpful if you are to send the documents to the schools personally and not from a Nigerian institution to a German one.

Best.



You're making sense...I'll make enquiry on that
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Ekessy: 11:33am On May 16
henrycare53:
When he says "I hope it works" he sure know what he is saying,. Using a Nigerian card has put you at a disadvantage as there is international limit of about $100-$200 per month.

Best bet to fund your BA is to make use of of Form A with Sterling Bank, it takes less than a week to process if you have sufficient balance in your naira account. Ignore those banks saying Form A is for school fee and medical bills. I made use of Form A and a friend made use of it this year with no stress. Mine was even done by proxy.

I wish you the best.

Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by MrAAA2: 11:53am On May 16
Sobolev:


To reduce the DHL charges, you can send all the certified copies to a trusted person/friend in Germany, who then sorts and post the documents via Deutsche Post to the schools.

A Kompaktbrief (up to 8 pages inside (50g), 23,5 x 12,5 x 1,0 cm envelope), for example, costs 0,95€ to send within Germany. To track or/and verify delivery (with/without signature), you can include add-ons (see image below). https://shop.deutschepost.de/internetmarke?tid=sk06_05

Please be mindful that this would only be helpful if you are to send the documents to the schools personally and not from a Nigerian institution to a German one.

Best.

There are guys HERE including myself that can help you receive the copies of the documents and for onward reposting to the universities.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Savage8563: 12:13pm On May 16
Nappy6:
Good Morning everyone please i need help I’ve been following this trend since late 2020.

I applied for Germany university for Bachelors and got admission after funding my block account I booked and interview date, I went for the interview l, just 3 days ago I got an email my visa was denied, their reasons are, it’s been 9years after my secondary school, my motivational letter not up to requirements for a student and there wasn’t enough prove for my funds that I know is a lie cause I went with all my documents.

I informed my school Dey said I can be able to rewrite the motivational letter then reapply.


The question now is can I be able reapply for a german student visa?



Please I also need someone who can help me with my motivational letter.

Please which school and course did you apply for ??
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by ohswagz: 12:40pm On May 16
Pls, I have 2 questions to ask
1) Anyone here ever done the MSc Molecular Medicine e-exam for FAU?..pls, how was it like
2) As per funding, anyone here tried using dat flutter wave barter app??.. Thanks
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Creativeowos: 4:23pm On May 16
Good afternoon everyone, please who knows a school in Germany that accept HND for a Master's degree. Please help a brother, have surfed the web but i couldn't get what am look , so am asking in this platform because I believe experienced pple will be here
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by MrAAA2: 5:07pm On May 16
Creativeowos:
Good afternoon everyone, please who knows a school in Germany that accept HND for a Master's degree. Please help a brother, have surfed the web but i couldn't get what am look , so am asking in this platform because I believe experienced pple will be here

It could be very rare to find just as in Nigeria. But keep surfing and send enquiries to some universities too.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by RoyalDukeDon: 8:02pm On May 16
Please I need the breakdown process for one who wants to study bachelor's . I graduated from high school in 2017. Someone said I need to undertake 6 months diploma before I qualify for admission ??
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by RoyalDukeDon: 8:10pm On May 16
Are you going for bsc or msc
Somberyl:
Hello everyone,
Please I will like to ask "is it late to apply for winter semester?", seeing that application has closed for most of the schools.
Or is it better to wait till next year?
Anyone with information on open biology related courses should let me know.
Thank you.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by RoyalDukeDon: 8:25pm On May 16
Please I need the breakdown process for one who wants to study bachelor's . I graduated from high school in 2017. Someone said I need to undertake 6 months diploma before I qualify for admission ??
OdogwuEkeke:
STEPS TO TRAVEL TO GERMANY
________________________________________

1. Decide that you want to study in Germany


2. APPLICATION PHASE

i: Find Programs/Universities of your choice via www.daad.de/en

ii: Go to your school and get the following documents

*BSc or HND Certificate and transcripts of record*
OR
* 1st-year Certificate Transcript of records (Applicable to 200L fresh student)*
English Proficiency Letter (stating all your courses were taught in English)
(OR)
*IELTS or TOEFL (International English test certificates)*
*(And any other educational documents required by the school(s) you’re applying to e.g. *First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC), WAEC/NECO certificates, etc.*

iii. A compelling or professionally written Letter of Motivation in line with your intended course of study

iv: 2 (Two) Letter of recommendations from your lecturers (If applicable).

*Additional certification (if applicable):*
*Some professional certifications
*Awards from an educational or professional background.

v: *Certify your document at the German Consulate of your home country or High court jurisdiction around you.*

Download or fill your intended school application form online

vi: Send your application to the school address (Direct application) or Uni-Assist (if applying through Uni-Assist is REQUIRED) through any EFFICIENT courier service of your choice.
*Pray and hope for admission*

3. RECEIVE ADMISSION LETTER(S)

4. Book an appointment for an interview and open a block account with your Admission letter or Uni-assist VPD

5. MEANS OF SUBSISTENCE

i) Funding your BLOCK ACCOUNT (BA) through Deutsche Bank, Fintiba, OR any other efficient German bank to deposit €10332.
OR
ii) Get a sponsor who is a German resident eligible to issue a VERPFLICHTUNGSERKLARUNG – Sponsorship Letter (SL)

6. Interview proper Pray very hard to get an interview date as it has been the major hurdle for Nigerians.

7. Waiting period for Approval Mail (AM).


8. The A.M mail drops...Congratulations!

9. Get travel insurance and book a flight ticket whilst you send it alongside your international passport (if not collected on interview day).

10. Port to Germany

11. No block road for other people, be responsible and be the best version of yourself.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by Nobody: 8:44pm On May 16
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by computaholicGoc(m): 9:14pm On May 16
jbonito:
Guten Tag folks, hope y’all are keeping safe. I recently moved to Frankfurt and would like to connect with brothers/sisters within the city. Would be nice to make new friends to help with the change. Please shoot me a message if you’re around FRA and kind enough to help a brother.
Cheers and thanks.

Herzlichen Willkommen! I can help you with one or two contacts.
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by computaholicGoc(m): 9:28pm On May 16
Somberyl:
Hello everyone,
Please I will like to ask "is it late to apply for winter semester?", seeing that application has closed for most of the schools.
Or is it better to wait till next year?
Anyone with information on open biology related courses should let me know.
Thank you.
Unikiel Msc biology
https://www2.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programmes/en/detail/4742/#tab_registration
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by jbonito(m): 9:50pm On May 16
computaholicGoc:


Herzlichen Willkommen! I can help you with one or two contacts.

Thanks bro. Should I PM you?
Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by OdogwuEkeke(m): 12:18am On May 17
New week, Good News I pray. smiley

I just dey do research, dey read since.

Omo I would advise patriots to get vaccinated, it is not compulsory but it gives some level of assurance when it comes to border control. I heard rumors that they sometimes give out a fake covid test result in Lagos so you would have to pay for the test again. The first test (covid positive) then the second test (covid negative). This WILL messes up with your travel plans terribly.

So I found out this week that some countries require the Covid test 72hours before traveling while some 48hours.

My cousin was heading to Estonia from Belgium and was turned back at her stopover (Sweden) just because over there they require a 48hour test report and not 72hours. The next flight back to Belgium was in three days so she had to sleep at the airport to head back to Belgium and redo the test.

The summary of the story is, when you are booking flights, find out the travel laws for countries where you would have a stopover. May you not be stranded ooh. These are uncertain times.

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Re: General-german-student-visa-enquiries Part 8 by nellystrong7(m): 6:19am On May 17
[quote author=OdogwuEkeke
I just dey do research, dey read since.
So I found out this week that some countries require the Covid test 72hours before traveling while some 48hours.

My cousin was heading to Estonia from Belgium and was turned back at her stopover (Sweden) just because over there they require a 48hour test report and not 72hours. The next flight back to Belgium was in three days so she had to sleep at the airport to head back to Belgium and redo the test.

The summary of the story is, when you are booking flights, find out the travel laws for countries where you would have a stopover. May you not be stranded ooh. These are uncertain times.

You are right Bro.
During my stop-over @ Instanbul I saw alot of persons stranded at the airport of supposedly fake covid19 test results. Those that missed their flight were forced to take another test not free though. Those that couldn't afford to pay for the test with return ticket were sent back to their home countries. 48hrs negative result apply for Germany & some other countries. So if U re taking a connecting flight do your calculations well so as to avoid stories that touch the heart.
Also use ONLY approved laboratories for International travel covid19 test. Google it & you will one nearest to your location.

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