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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by dlordy100: 11:27pm On Jan 19
Palazo:


With all due respect bro, I never asked anybody to rush me or ask me of recommendation but if I'm opportuned sure I will. Please let's not flood here with arguments instead of questions and answers we all can learn from, thank you........
bro i take back my word but you know Nigeria has failed us so we are just insecured in our own terrine we are just trying not to fall into something that will end in premium tears

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by dlordy100: 11:30pm On Jan 19
WhyNa:
cc @Palazo, @kingskim @clicked @dlordy100 @techjeff and my beloved followers...

Before replying @palazo's epistle (I swear even me tire to read) (@palazo nawa o. lol), I had to go back and skim through the thread from around April or so last year to find a particular comment I made. If anyone stumbles on it, please quote it cos I still didn't find it. maybe because I only had time to skim or it was probably one of those hidden by the ogas.

Anyways, back to the point....

I remember sometime last year , I gave a shout-out to the nairalander who trusted me with his money. NO it wasn't just words.

Truth is, Palazo did send me money in MARCH 2020 asking me to help runn his visa. one week later, everything shut down and lockdowns began. I had his money up until last week JANUARY 15TH 2021 when he said he has decided to venture into busness and would like a refund.

The purpose of this?? Nothing really but I didn't like the way he was beeing attacked. See, I am the grateful one here because it not easy to trust someone you don't know with amount of money!

I turly understand the times we're in now and how nobody can be trusted and all but I had to speak up. Notice he didn't even mention my name.

So please, he wasn't telling a lie. Forgive the long epistle though. So except he is now an agent or has another agent he is working with or talking about, WHAT I HAVE WRITTEN ABOVE is what transpired between I and Palazo.

Peace

na wetin Nigeria dy cause as a failed state we just trying not to fall into something that will end up in premium tears times are hard and u vehemently repeated you won't be sharing ur agent details everyone should go for dia own source their own way so nobody thought of this so we felt op was trying to market products (we dn dy wise

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Mike213: 11:51pm On Jan 19
WhyNa:
Hey guys, how are y'all doing??

It's a freezing 8 Degrees here now and it's not funny. You don't want to wake up and leave the comfort of your bed cos once you step outside, it's hell in a freezing way.

But we gats keep chasing the paper.

So I was talking to some Nairalanders here and for the first time, it actually dawned on me; the bold step I took. Like a lot of you have mentioned me on thread and commended my bravery for a female but only now did it dawn on me.

How I was able to quit my job, how I was able to part with my life's savings, how I was able to push through despite being scared as per visa on arrival, how I was able to make a trip alone to a place I knew nobody, how I was able to keep it together during the trying times.

Well look at me now! See how far God has brought me!

I'm writing this to encourage those currently planning to make a move to whatever country.

See, the easiest part is applying trust me. It starts getting hard at quitting your job no matter what it is. I was earning a meagre 60k per month with so much stress and less appreciation. However, knowing I at least had something was at the time more comforting than the unknown.

The authentication part is easy. If you don't stay in Abuja, you may procastinate and ask yourself questions but once you make the trip, the rest is easy.

Next, parting with your money. I swear you would turn FBI and your faith will skyrocket by force. It's like, shey I no go just hol this one wey I dey see?

Then come leaving proper. The traveling and plane ride is exciting oh and you'll thank God a million times especially. Then you land and it hits you....only me, no work, which way....lol.

But from then on, as long as you preserve and keep at it, it only gets better.

All the best people

Picture: Right now in class. Lol

Please which is closer to ministry of education in Abuja. Is utako closer? And again can I see cheap hotels around . My visa is already out. I just want to authenticate my certificates

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Mike213: 11:54pm On Jan 19
u3fine:
[Did you Authenticate it at the MoFA even though it was a foreign certificate?
quote author=WhyNa post=97833529]

Yes I did

Please which is closer to ministry of education and foreign affairs in Abuja. Is utako closer? And again can I see cheap hotels around . My visa is already out. I just want to authenticate my certificates

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Joohan: 12:37am On Jan 20
Mike213:


Please which is closer to ministry of education and foreign affairs in Abuja. Is utako closer? And again can I see cheap hotels around . My visa is already out. I just want to authenticate my certificates


Which visa pls?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 6:43am On Jan 20
Samuelmide69:
Hello @whyna... Abeg what is the latest news about the coming in of international student? Is it after Tet?? Thanks

No idea about students visa. I only know about the three months visa which you can use to come in and then extend to 2 years after you come in

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by justwise(m): 10:14am On Jan 20
Palazo:


With all due respect bro, I never asked anybody to rush me or ask me of recommendation but if I'm opportuned sure I will. Please let's not flood here with arguments instead of questions and answers we all can learn from, thank you........

Sorry I have to remove your post but not because I believed that you are a scammer or intentionally trying to promote an agent. I think your post as innocent as it looks will lead to the end of this thread.

The pressure and the temptation to turn this thread to money making venture is enviable

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by regizoch(m): 10:22am On Jan 20
Mike213:


Please which is closer to ministry of education in Abuja. Is utako closer? And again can I see cheap hotels around . My visa is already out. I just want to authenticate my certificates
You got visa before authentication? I am surprised
how many months visa?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:02pm On Jan 20
Mike213:


Please which is closer to ministry of education in Abuja. Is utako closer? And again can I see cheap hotels around . My visa is already out. I just want to authenticate my certificates

Abuja peeps should please help answer this. I don't live in Abuja so I can't remember the name of that area.

BTW, congrats on your visa
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:03pm On Jan 20
regizoch:
You got visa before authentication? I am surprised
how many months visa?

Possible for the current 3 months visa
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by ogbevireo(m): 12:28pm On Jan 20
Mike213:


Please which is closer to ministry of education in Abuja. Is utako closer? And again can I see cheap hotels around . My visa is already out. I just want to authenticate my certificates

Why not use a lawyer in Abuja?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:38pm On Jan 20
ogbevireo:


Why not use a lawyer in Abuja?

When he can easily do it himself?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by SpeciallyUnique(m): 12:44pm On Jan 20
WhyNa:


Possible for the current 3 months visa

Can you kindly tell me how long it takes to get the 3 months visa after putting in an application??

Thank you a lot
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by MRFIXER001: 12:45pm On Jan 20
Nice encouraging words
WhyNa:
Hey guys, how are y'all doing??

It's a freezing 8 Degrees here now and it's not funny. You don't want to wake up and leave the comfort of your bed cos once you step outside, it's hell in a freezing way.

But we gats keep chasing the paper.

So I was talking to some Nairalanders here and for the first time, it actually dawned on me; the bold step I took. Like a lot of you have mentioned me on thread and commended my bravery for a female but only now did it dawn on me.

How I was able to quit my job, how I was able to part with my life's savings, how I was able to push through despite being scared as per visa on arrival, how I was able to make a trip alone to a place I knew nobody, how I was able to keep it together during the trying times.

Well look at me now! See how far God has brought me!

I'm writing this to encourage those currently planning to make a move to whatever country.

See, the easiest part is applying trust me. It starts getting hard at quitting your job no matter what it is. I was earning a meagre 60k per month with so much stress and less appreciation. However, knowing I at least had something was at the time more comforting than the unknown.

The authentication part is easy. If you don't stay in Abuja, you may procastinate and ask yourself questions but once you make the trip, the rest is easy.

Next, parting with your money. I swear you would turn FBI and your faith will skyrocket by force. It's like, shey I no go just hol this one wey I dey see?

Then come leaving proper. The traveling and plane ride is exciting oh and you'll thank God a million times especially. Then you land and it hits you....only me, no work, which way....lol.

But from then on, as long as you preserve and keep at it, it only gets better.

All the best people

Picture: Right now in class. Lol
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nicoswit(m): 12:59pm On Jan 20
WhyNa:

Possible for the current 3 months visa
Abeg...can you tell us little info about the 3 months visa?

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 1:29pm On Jan 20
SpeciallyUnique:


Can you kindly tell me how long it takes to get the 3 months visa after putting in an application??

Thank you a lot

4-6 weeks

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 1:31pm On Jan 20
Nicoswit:

Abeg...can you tell us little info about the 3 months visa?

I mentioned this about or three pages back

It's a business visa
It doesn't come with WP
You can extend or change to a work visa or student visa when you come in
You don't need authenticated documents for this

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Nicoswit(m): 1:46pm On Jan 20
WhyNa:

I mentioned this about or three pages back
It's a business visa It doesn't come with WP You can extend or change to a work visa or student visa when you come in You don't need authenticated documents for this
Ok i will check through the thread...thanks
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by ogbevireo(m): 2:15pm On Jan 20
WhyNa:


When he can easily do it himself?

For someone who doesn't live in Abuja, it is cheaper to get a lawyer to do it on their behalf.
By the time you add:
1. transportation to and fro Abuja
2. hotel bills
3. food and snacks.

1-3 above will cost more than the lawyer's fees (which should not be more than 20k).

Mind you, this is based on my calculation.
Given that the prices for MOE, MFA & EMBASSY are fixed, s/he can do the maths based on the number of documents multiplied by the number of pages. Then add the lawyer's fees.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Joohan: 4:59pm On Jan 20
WhyNa:


I mentioned this about or three pages back

It's a business visa
It doesn't come with WP
You can extend or change to a work visa or student visa when you come in
You don't need authenticated documents for this


I thought the borders are still closed? From my findings, you'll only get in only if you have sponsors, which is quite hard to get for a NNES. Getting flight from here to VT is another problem since flights are still not allowed in, except from fee Asian countries.

@Mike213, which visa did you get, and how did you go about it?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by SpeciallyUnique(m): 5:06pm On Jan 20
WhyNa:


4-6 weeks

Thank you
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Palazo(m): 7:05pm On Jan 20
Awani007:


Naso ur balls don go cheesy

grin grin grin

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Palazo(m): 7:08pm On Jan 20
dlordy100:

bro i take back my word but you know Nigeria has failed us so we are just insecured in our own terrine we are just trying not to fall into something that will end in premium tears

I understand you bro, believe me I do........ It's just fine that you finally understand me too........ This is a platform that have helped me and alot of others so it's good we all help each other in whatever way we can cos no man is an Island.........Cheers my brother
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Palazo(m): 7:12pm On Jan 20
justwise:


Sorry I have to remove your post but not because I believed that you are a scammer or intentionally trying to promote an agent. I think your post as innocent as it looks will lead to the end of this thread.

The pressure and the temptation to turn this thread to money making venture is enviable



@Justwise it's cool my brother the most important thing is that the person knows how much I appreciate he's/her effort......... It's cool

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Palazo(m): 7:14pm On Jan 20
justwise:


Sorry I have to remove your post but not because I believed that you are a scammer or intentionally trying to promote an agent. I think your post as innocent as it looks will lead to the end of this thread.

The pressure and the temptation to turn this thread to money making venture is enviable



Cool bro it's fine, I understand

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by KrimanOlivia: 10:44pm On Jan 20
justwise:


Sorry I have to remove your post but not because I believed that you are a scammer or intentionally trying to promote an agent. I think your post as innocent as it looks will lead to the end of this thread.

The pressure and the temptation to turn this thread to money making venture is enviable


Tho some may dislike you, but you're one of the most active and sensible moderators in this forum. Keep up your good work

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by justwise(m): 10:09am On Jan 21
Palazo:



@Justwise it's cool my brother the most important thing is that the person knows how much I appreciate he's/her effort......... It's cool

That is ok
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by justwise(m): 10:10am On Jan 21
KrimanOlivia:


Tho some may dislike you, but you're one of the most active and sensible moderators in this forum. Keep up your good work

Thanks for your kind words.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by endee1996(f): 12:24pm On Jan 21
Joohan:



I thought the borders are still closed? From my findings, you'll only get in only if you have sponsors, which is quite hard to get for a NNES. Getting flight from here to VT is another problem since flights are still not allowed in, except from fee Asian countries.

@Mike213, which visa did you get, and how did you go about it?


people are getting in. about the flights,you can only book from an airline in Vietnam not your home country.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Goddys(m): 2:12pm On Jan 21
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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by ogbevireo(m): 3:00pm On Jan 21
Goddys:


No lawyer would take less than 50k to do that except new wig that was just called to the bar. i

My suggestion to you would be, please, make enquiries.

I made my suggestion based on my interaction with two different lawyers - one in Lagos and the other in Abuja.

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