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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Ca4real: 5:49pm On Jul 06, 2020
Gernny:
Well left for me I just feel your statement sound fishy?Because I actually called the Vietnam embassy in Abuja what ever visa you want to apply for comes from Vietnam embassy,if the so called agents I found online still referred me back to the consulate in my country that they don’t help Nigerians with visa.Dont leave people hanging by saying everyone should you google what you searched might not be what another person searched for,once a Nigerian travels its always so difficult to either help or give full details,that’s what countries don’t trust us,even we ourself don’t trust ourself.its better you tell us your adventure than to give us half story,cost of your visa u ignored the message,the agent that you used u ignored answering people and you were the one that said there are lot of scammers out there.your concern should be people not falling into the wrong hands.I mean no harm or to criticize anyone just saying the fact.other threads I see they give u details even the site you will go.

Don't mind her, she brought up the adventure and hoping for people to pm her. So she will be the agent that's why she is not answering questions..
If u know u know....

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by LadyHeaven(f): 8:45pm On Jul 06, 2020
WhyNa:


You won't get a visa and work permit with HND

Thanks for a wonderful thread sis, please can one write the exams and come over to teach English without an education related degree?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Minajesty18(f): 1:47am On Jul 07, 2020
[quote author=WhyNa post=86888042]

True. Schools will probably resume next month. Everything is going on normal here. Just a lot of mask. You can send me a mail as I might not remember to mail you[/quote
Abeg what's your mail? Over interested is worrying me here, make my talent no waste for Naija..
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 5:52am On Jul 07, 2020
LadyHeaven:


Thanks for a wonderful thread sis, please can one write the exams and come over to teach English without an education related degree?

Yes. Any degree is fine as long as you have a TEFL

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 5:59am On Jul 07, 2020
Ca4real:


Don't mind her, she brought up the adventure and hoping for people to pm her. So she will be the agent that's why she is not answering questions..
If u know u know....

It's people like you that blindly follow one eyed people and land in a ditch.

The only thing I can say is "Please apply to the embassy and come back and tell us your story"

You think Vietnam is UK and Germany and co that has straight forward websites and procedures. Even Americans get their visa from Vietnam talk more of Nigeria. Mtchwww.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by uchman(m): 8:46am On Jul 07, 2020
WhyNa:


It's people like you that blindly follow one eyed people and land in a ditch.

The only thing I can say is "Please apply to the embassy and come back and tell us your story"

You think Vietnam is UK and Germany and co that has straight forward websites and procedures. Even Americans get their visa from Vietnam talk more of Nigeria. Mtchwww.

You are doing wonderfully fine, please dont banter words with anybody.
This is how they kill promising threads like this...

Thanks for your time and effort

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 9:15am On Jul 07, 2020
uchman:


You are doing wonderfully fine, please dont banter words with anybody.
This is how they kill promising threads like this...

Thanks for your time and effort

Thanks bro.

Sometimes comments like this make me want to stop writing all together but then I remember how some threads I was following back then died cos of stuff like this and I couldn't get info again even if it was just for reading and knowledge pleasure.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Adeyemi09(m): 12:39pm On Jul 07, 2020
WhyNa:
From the Vietnamese embassy, I went straight to DHL to send the documents. Then I entered cold stone and had me some ice cream and pizza. The ball was now in the agent's court. I just had to pray

Now remember I earlier said the visa comes from Vietnam, it is also always visa on arrival except you specifically insist on getting the stamp in Abuja.

For the visa on arrival, an approval letter from immigration stating your details is given to you saying you are to pick up your visa at any or a specific airport (Depending on the type of visa you applied for). Now when you arrive at the airport, your passport will then be stamped. Details of this would come later.

If you're scared and want to pick up at the embassy in Abuja, be ready to part with hundred of dollars

I will like you to shed more light on this area
1) you said Vietnam is Visa on arrival, why then did you go to Vietnam embassy.
2) what role did Vietnam embassy play in acquiring your Visa
3)what are the documents you took to Vietnam embassy
4)please this is important. What is flight fees from Lagos to Vietnam.
Thanks as you answer my questions.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 1:30pm On Jul 07, 2020
Adeyemi09:


I will like you to shed more light on this area
1) you said Vietnam is Visa on arrival, why then did you go to Vietnam embassy.
2) what role did Vietnam embassy play in acquiring your Visa
3)what are the documents you took to Vietnam embassy
4)please this is important. What is flight fees from Lagos to Vietnam.
Thanks as you answer my questions.

1) Authentication of my documents
2) None. However, you can can choose to get your passport stamped at the Embassy AFTER YOU'VE GOTTEN YOUR VISA FROM VIETNAM
3( Police report, TEFL, passport, Degree certificate,
4) It varies bro. Check Turkish airlines, Qatar, Ethiopian airlines and co

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nobody: 1:43pm On Jul 07, 2020
Adeyemi09:


I will like you to shed more light on this area
1) you said Vietnam is Visa on arrival, why then did you go to Vietnam embassy.
2) what role did Vietnam embassy play in acquiring your Visa
3)what are the documents you took to Vietnam embassy
4)please this is important. What is flight fees from Lagos to Vietnam.
Thanks as you answer my questions.
Chief all these answers are on this thread na and even YouTube.. You should be working on your budget by now! Someone even shared some YouTube link here that's very helpful.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 4:00pm On Jul 07, 2020
Adeyemi09:


I will like you to shed more light on this area
1) you said Vietnam is Visa on arrival, why then did you go to Vietnam embassy.
2) what role did Vietnam embassy play in acquiring your Visa
3)what are the documents you took to Vietnam embassy
4)please this is important. What is flight fees from Lagos to Vietnam.
Thanks as you answer my questions.

All this things are in the thread. They have all been answered. Just read through and do your research too. Trust me you will love your findings.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Adeyemi09(m): 4:54pm On Jul 07, 2020
WhyNa:


1) Authentication of my documents
2) None. However, you can can choose to get your passport stamped at the Embassy AFTER YOU'VE GOTTEN YOUR VISA FROM VIETNAM
3( Police report, TEFL, passport, Degree certificate,
4) It varies bro. Check Turkish airlines, Qatar, Ethiopian airlines and co

Thank you very much.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by zamony: 11:38am On Jul 08, 2020
Hello , FPT no be cheap school but I really like them too... But there are Somecheap schools in Vietnam that their tuition fees per section 750$
azubix:


Guy you are funny. The Daniel guy has spent 7 year in Germany before creating that tread, @WhyNa is barely 6 months in Vietnam she can not post beyond her experience unless you want her to dish out informations she is not certain about.

She has given us update so far unless you want her to come everyday and post what she just ate or how she brush her teeth. I guess she must be settling into her new job and apartment. Any new update she will surly share with us.

For now, lets share our research findings and ask her questions where necessary.

For me, FPT University gave me admission and I have 1 month to pay the tuition fee na the matter I dey try settle oh, lol. No money to pay but God no go shame us.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 12:25pm On Jul 08, 2020
zamony:
Hello , FPT no be cheap school but I really like them too... But there are Somecheap schools in Vietnam that their tuition fees per section 750$

Please what's their name let me check them out.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by zamony: 12:27pm On Jul 08, 2020
Did you apply for FPT admission
azubix:


Please what's their name let me check them out.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Ca4real: 1:56pm On Jul 08, 2020
WhyNa:


It's people like you that blindly follow one eyed people and land in a ditch.

The only thing I can say is "Please apply to the embassy and come back and tell us your story"

You think Vietnam is UK and Germany and co that has straight forward websites and procedures. Even Americans get their visa from Vietnam talk more of Nigeria. Mtchwww.
Stop evading there questions. Answer them madam agent.
U brought up the Vietnam story and refuse answering so many questions.
All I see in your story is marketing strategy, lure them to pm u and u become the agent.
That is the simple truth.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BHAG: 2:13pm On Jul 08, 2020
Ca4real:

Stop evading there questions. Answer them madam agent.
U brought up the Vietnam story and refuse answering so many questions.
All I see in your story is marketing strategy, lure them to pm u and u become the agent.
That is the simple truth.
Which other questions again? Why are you people like this for God's sake. If she's an agent let her be, at least no one has come out to say she duped them so please save us the story and get out of this thread.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Ca4real: 2:19pm On Jul 08, 2020
uchman:


You are doing wonderfully fine, please dont banter words with anybody.
This is how they kill promising threads like this...

Thanks for your time and effort

Nobody is killing the thread, I enjoyed reading the adventure but don't fancy it when she started evading so many questions asked by some interested people who wish to travel to Vietnam.
If u go to Canada thread , you ask question they answer you. Same with other threads.

But this one is different. She is acting strange and I sure know that she want to run the package for people here as their agent hence she is evading questions.

Go through the thread and see so many questions unanswered.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by zamony: 2:28pm On Jul 08, 2020
What are you people trying to say over here, We Nigerians don't appreciate at all, she is trying her best to Reply the ones she knows and she will be very busy and you are still complaining... I and my brothers have been following this thread since when she created this topic.. She is really trying her best... You are the best @whyna

My 3 brothers is in Vietnam too studying over there ,one of them speaks Vietnamese very well Nguyen family, he decided not to talk coz he is a silence reader, some of you people will be saying rubbish like you are doing now...

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by zamony: 2:41pm On Jul 08, 2020
Why are you saying this huh, you can't just appreciate her, do you think it's easy to ask all questions at once over here.. Learn how to appreciate.. You too go and create your own thread make we see
Ca4real:

Stop evading there questions. Answer them madam agent.
U brought up the Vietnam story and refuse answering so many questions.
All I see in your story is marketing strategy, lure them to pm u and u become the agent.
That is the simple truth.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by TopeQs: 2:51pm On Jul 08, 2020
Ca4real:


Nobody is killing the thread, I enjoyed reading the adventure but don't fancy it when she started evading so many questions asked by some interested people who wish to travel to Vietnam.
If u go to Canada thread , you ask question they answer you. Same with other threads.

But this one is different. She is acting strange and I sure know that she want to run the package for people here as their agent hence she is evading questions.

Go through the thread and see so many questions unanswered.



The only thing I'll say is, you have a bad mentality, an entitlement mindset. If she refuses to share what she knows, so what? I've read through her posts and seen that she did the background information herself and she was fortunate to come across that agent. I've read her post for many pages and seen her on a lot thread as far back as 2014/2015 and stuffs, by the way, she just got to Vietnam this year.

she has answered the real question that anyone with a determined mind needs to know, answers about the process, your budget, how work can be gotten and the likes but you're there expecting people to spoon-feed you, you're on your own.

This entitlement mentality will get you nowhere, like, let people be, let them do how they please. It may upset you, speak and move on, unnecessarily challenging people for what they don't want to do for YOU makes you look needy.
Learn to engage a little and move on.

Go to YOUR Canadian thread or others and leave someone's life alone, it is HER private life, she does this at her will and will be done at her pace.



You don't need to reply as I wouldn't quote back.
Stay safe.✌️✌️


WhyNa, Thank you, you're a beautiful soul.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 4:01pm On Jul 08, 2020
Ca4real:

Stop evading there questions. Answer them madam agent.
U brought up the Vietnam story and refuse answering so many questions.
All I see in your story is marketing strategy, lure them to pm u and u become the agent.
That is the simple truth.

Guy, sincerely you sound bitter. A person you don't even know in person and you are bitter over her like this, it's bad.

To me, she has given out every information you will need. Please allow this young lady relax in peace. She is barely 6 months and you wan stress her life like this.

If you feel she is an Agent, please is anything wrong with that? provided she does not scam anybody.

Why not do your own research, discover a country and travel there. You can create your own thread.

Guy she is not owing you and she is not your younger sister.

Enough of all this. No dey show yourself.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by azubix(m): 4:05pm On Jul 08, 2020
zamony:
Did you apply for FPT admission

Yes and they have given me admission. Please recommend some cheaper university to me. Thanks.

The FPT university tuition fee high oh.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Prodigee: 4:44pm On Jul 08, 2020
Ca4real:

Stop evading there questions. Answer them madam agent.
U brought up the Vietnam story and refuse answering so many questions.
All I see in your story is marketing strategy, lure them to pm u and u become the agent.
That is the simple truth.
Oga e be like say you chop expired ewedu na e make you dey misyarn like this. The OP owes no one any explanation. Her thread, her story, her life. You are obviously a bad belle. Your entitlement mentality is stupefying to say the least. You can never progress in life with this stinking attitude. Some people go just sidon carry another pesin mata for head. SMH

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by zamony: 5:23pm On Jul 08, 2020
Wow congratulations to you
azubix:


Yes and they have given me admission. Please recommend some cheaper university to me. Thanks.

The FPT university tuition fee high oh.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hardisonpaul: 7:06pm On Jul 08, 2020
God bless u for this info, Gracias�MY JOURNEY SO FAR

Hello, how has the research and every every been? I have a little update for us specifically on my own moves.

I wish to In a special way appreciate @WhyNa for creating this thread and sharing her journey oth us.

Just as she said earlier, there are many ways to enter Vietnam and we know many people will discover many routes. The fact that you are reading this could be a sign that you want to travel therefore I encourage everybody to share their experiences or successes so far.

I want to share on the study route, for those who want to enter Vietnam through study route. I have made some little progress on this regard.

My own research started with finding good but cheap countries I could study In and work and stay back after my study to work. The first place I found was North Cyprus, it was actually cheap but my findings showed that WORK NO DEY THERE OH, NA SUFFER THINGS. I was wise enough to move on. I came across India again and ran away fast because I have researched them some few year back, it's very cheap but no work even for their people talk less of Nigerians and they don't like us.

Finally, I came to Vietnam. My findings was cool, I some some schools and applied while waiting for them, my research brought me to this thread. I focused my energy on trying to enter Vietnam through the work permit route of which @WhyNa's posts and updates have been of great blessing. In May, one of the schools got back to me and that was FPT university in Hanoi its a university that deals more on IT and business courses. I asked them about the visa and everything. They will prepare the visa for you while you get the Visa Stamp at the Vietnamese embassy Abuja.

I asked how much is The visa stamp they said they don't really know that I should contact the embassy. When I contacted the embassy, they said it varies depending on the type of student visa but that it's between 200 to 300 dollar.

Now, this process is very easy and you don't need to ask much questions and you don't need an agent.

1. Research top universities in Vietnam.
2. Get their admission office WhatsApp number. This guys are very helpful through their whatsapp, ask any questions. I always tell the person handling the FPT university admission WhatsApp number that am sorry for my to many questions and he/she will always tell me dont worry just ask.
3. Ask about their support systems. FPT university for example, helps with airport pick up, helps to get accomodation, help you get a part time job at most in 3 months after you arrive Vietnam.
4. Apply and ask if their are scholarship oppourtinties available. Due to this corona virus pandemic effect on the economy, Vietnam education industry dey find student and they are likely to give out discounts just as is happening in North cyprus now. So, if you don't ask they might not tell you.
5. Arrange soft copies of your documents and send to their mail then await their admission/Scholarship report. Note: No school will give you full scholarship, you can only get discounts and trust me their tuition fees are relatively cheap.
6. Make payment and they will start working on your visa which should take not more than a month.

Concerning coming to Vietnam, my school said they are working with their immigration department to make sure they allow international students and professors to enter the country when they open the borders hopefully by July ending so please confirm from your school before making payment. Me I never pay tuition few, I still dey hustle he money but once am ready to pay, I will reconfirm from the school because I need to be sure if I pay Now, I should come over before September.

Also, I don't know of other university but for my school, you get 1 year temporal residence to enable you get a job after your graduation. This to me is cool.

Finally, this process is very easy, you don't need to ask many questions or send me a mail or look for agent as long as study route is concerned, just get the school and the course of your choice, send them mail or chat their WhatsApp number and they will take it up from their.
Their Bsc it 3 years or 4 years those that are 3 years do 3 semesters per year while those that are 4 years do 2 semesters per year.
Masters is 2 years.
Most of the schools are also affiliated to universities in UK, US, Australia

I wish all luck, if any other person is making progress through another route please share too for those who might be interested.

Udo diri anyi.[/quote]

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Alexbaby12(m): 9:40pm On Jul 08, 2020
My people plz make we learn how to appreciate, she has done well to share her experience here.. thanks go you @ why na..
First, I taught I'm gonna benefit but having gotten from her answer that one cannot get a teachin, work permit with HND, I just wana 4get ND look 4 another way...

Buh my question now s, how can international students get teaching in Vietnam as a part-time work since d job market there requests 4 BSC?
K just got it twisted..

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Ca4real: 11:08pm On Jul 08, 2020
azubix:


Guy, sincerely you sound bitter. A person you don't even know in person and you are bitter over her like this, it's bad.

To me, she has given out every information you will need. Please allow this young lady relax in peace. She is barely 6 months and you wan stress her life like this.

If you feel she is an Agent, please is anything wrong with that? provided she does not scam anybody.

Why not do your own research, discover a country and travel there. You can create your own thread.

Guy she is not owing you and she is not your younger sister.

Enough of all this. No dey show yourself.

U can't stop me from writing what I observed.. OK.

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