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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BunmiBie: 8:29am On Sep 20
WhyNa:


Things are gradually opening up again. Some provinces are resuming school today.

Phuc Quoc is strictly for tourists and vaccine passport holders and duration of stay is one month I think.


This is a bid to strengthen the economy and quickly recover in the tourism industry


Please, reply my mail. God bless you ma'am
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Optimistic3rdd: 12:25pm On Sep 21
Hello Whyna & Everyone
I have a girlfriend there in Vietnam & she's Vietnamese as well
What is the easiest way for me to get there cos I'm really confused on how to go about it
And how much will I budget for my travelling?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by WhyNa: 12:39pm On Sep 21
Optimistic3rdd:
Hello Whyna & Everyone
I have a girlfriend there in Vietnam & she's Vietnamese as well
What is the easiest way for me to get there cos I'm really confused on how to go about it
And how much will I budget for my travelling?

No vex o, but if na true luv, then carry go.

If no be am, e no go pay you as per say even Uma mari, you go still dey renew visa. Pipu wey wey don mari born children, both them and their children join no be citizen. To even get certificate for your pikin, im gats get their name

Now to your question, like everyone else, looks for a company to sponsor you.

All the best
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Optimistic3rdd: 12:45pm On Sep 21
WhyNa:


No vex o, but if na true luv, then carry go.

If no be am, e no go pay you as per say even Uma mari, you go still dey renew visa. Pipu wey wey don mari born children, both them and their children join no be citizen. To even get certificate for your pikin, im gats get their name

Now to your question, like everyone else, looks for a company to sponsor you.

All the best


A company in Vietnam? That one no go easy o
Can't I come in via Tourist Visa?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Beninwitch: 6:54pm On Sep 23
stanvesco:


https://www.mtts-asia.com/firefly-phototherapy/

https://www.mtts-asia.com/dolphin-cpap/
I want to get 3 pieces of the above two items.
I don't know if you would be magnanimous enough to assist in either procurement or even sourcing from a different vendor.
Dear ma'am, that websites is making me scream *why now* *wetin happen!*

Not to derail the thread but please I am on urgent need of a CPAP. Can I get in Lagos Nigeria? Or I will need to order? Kindly reply. Thanks.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by cliqtips: 9:48pm On Sep 24
I was perplexed seeing this here...

WhyNa:
Those calling me bro, let me kukuma burst your bubble.

I'm a LADY

I'll update soon...

You mean you are a lady with this kind of determination not the slay queens of nowadays that all they want is urgent 2k and to twerk and post pictures on Instagram.

May God continue to bless you

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by cliqtips: 10:15pm On Sep 24
did you even read the thread before writing this comment ?

You people sef... someone that just landed in Vietnam as at the time she took the picture.

Larrygabby:
living well in abroad can not be judge by posted pictures,alot of things will get wrong in nigeria.i don't talk much on any topics on nairaland but I will advices that people should make there finding wellbefore going to vietnam

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by stanvesco(m): 11:05pm On Sep 24
Beninwitch:


Not to derail the thread but please I am on urgent need of a CPAP. Can I get in Lagos Nigeria? Or I will need to order? Kindly reply. Thanks.



It available plenty plenty
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by cliqtips: 1:34am On Sep 25
This is all I see so far about OP's post.... in her mind, she wants others to go through want she went through.
Not ready to give them the information and even the agent she used.
Naija mentality be that....

Cryomancer:


I'm sure you didn't do it to put others through in their migration plans, rather you only did it to show people that you actually made it out finally.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Imustnottalk: 7:36am On Sep 25
cliqtips:
This is all I see so far about OP's post.... in her mind, she wants others to go through want she went through.
Not ready to give them the information and even the agent she used.
Naija mentality be that....

I don't why people get it hard to do research on their own if not because of this thread alot of people wont know this country is good one to migrate so you have to appreciate her for that at least you never contributed a dime for her to travel so she is not entitled to anyone, the little help she can offer she has done it by showing us the way out ,it is now left for you to do your best also .if you teach Nigerians how to fish they will still be waiting for you to fish for them befor they can be satisfied

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Potbellied: 10:27am On Sep 25
WhyNa:


300 per document

Please, is this in dollars or naira?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hahnemann: 1:10pm On Sep 26
I read this thread for three days and three night from page one till the end. Whyna, I really commend what you have done and honestly I don't know if I can have the typing strength to do dsame if I were you. All my mind and dreams right now is to migrate to Vietnam, I'm a medical laboratory scientist currently earning 50k monthly despite all d hardwork and stress. Now henceforth, I'm doubling my hustle and probably by Jan 2023, I will meet you face to face in Vietnam.

Hopefully too, things will be completely back to normal over there and cost of visa and flight will have come down, and the idea of 14days quarantine would have been canceled.

Thank you @Whyna and pls keep updating this thread. I love you like a sis. STAY SAFE

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Teslason(m): 9:13pm On Sep 30
Whyna is enjoying Vietnam...

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BunmiBie: 12:16pm On Oct 01
kevwemanuel:

Thanks madam whyna.

Maybe one will have to save aggressively before kids get to school attending age, and then relocate to a country with very affordable quality primary and secondary education cost when kids get to this age.


Exactly my plan too. It seems we are in the same boat

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BunmiBie: 10:10pm On Oct 01
Finally! I am done reading the 72 pages. I jotted, screenshot , shared info with my husband and then swung to action.

Whyna! You are an angel, not sugarcoating words. Your humility, and patience WOW me. God bless you and yours for what you are doing here.

So, my efforts in the past few days is yeilding results already. Yes! I don't have the complete money for visa yet, and I have not gotten someone to sponsor me but I have:
-Gotten passport for my family, thanks to my husband.
-Started my TEFL courses
-Preparing for C1
-Trying the sponsorship, and school route. Anyone that works is fine. My aim is to move with my family.
Enter Vietnam with work permit, work and enrol in school (scholarship). It's a win win thing. Or just enter straight with student visa if admission clicks and then work part-time.
With God on our side, nothing is impossible.

I am also looking into teaching English in other Asian countries.
I have been applying online but no response yet.
In a nutshell, this year ending or next year, God willing I will come back here to share our success story.


Please, those that are studying in Vietnam should come to my aid. The schools are not replying mails and not picking calls, what do I do?

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Princecasmi(m): 1:11am On Oct 02
BunmiBie:
Finally! I am done reading the 72 pages. I jotted, screenshot , shared info with my husband and then swung to action.

Whyna! You are an angel, not sugarcoating words. Your humility, and patience WOW me. God bless you and yours for what you are doing here.

So, my efforts in the past few days is yeilding results already. Yes! I don't have the complete money for visa yet, and I have not gotten someone to sponsor me but I have:
-Gotten passport for my family, thanks to my husband.
-Started my TEFL courses
-Preparing for C1
-Trying the sponsorship, and school route. Anyone that works is fine. My aim is to move with my family.
Enter Vietnam with work permit, work and enrol in school (scholarship). It's a win win thing. Or just enter straight with student visa if admission clicks and then work part-time.
With God on our side, nothing is impossible.

I am also looking into teaching English in other Asian countries.
I have been applying online but no response yet.
In a nutshell, this year ending or next year, God willing I will come back here to share our success story.


Please, those that are studying in Vietnam should come to my aid. The schools are not replying mails and not picking calls, what do I do?

Where you do doing your TEFL course am also interested
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BunmiBie: 6:45am On Oct 02
Princecasmi:


Where you do doing your TEFL course am also interested

Global language training
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hahnemann: 4:52pm On Oct 02
BunmiBie:


Global language training

At what cost please and is it 120hrs?
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BunmiBie: 6:35pm On Oct 02
Hahnemann:


At what cost please and is it 120hrs?

150 hour. I think $95, not sure
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Pureheart91(m): 9:01pm On Oct 02
Ligxy:

Please, did you write Toefl too?

no
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by regizoch(m): 4:54am On Oct 03
I am not in Vietnam, but I got information that their schools are closed as a result of the Covid, also it's difficult for schools to admit and apply visa for international students. It also affected teaching employment that is if you are not residing in Vietnam currently
BunmiBie:
Finally! I am done reading the 72 pages. I jotted, screenshot , shared info with my husband and then swung to action.

Whyna! You are an angel, not sugarcoating words. Your humility, and patience WOW me. God bless you and yours for what you are doing here.

So, my efforts in the past few days is yeilding results already. Yes! I don't have the complete money for visa yet, and I have not gotten someone to sponsor me but I have:
-Gotten passport for my family, thanks to my husband.
-Started my TEFL courses
-Preparing for C1
-Trying the sponsorship, and school route. Anyone that works is fine. My aim is to move with my family.
Enter Vietnam with work permit, work and enrol in school (scholarship). It's a win win thing. Or just enter straight with student visa if admission clicks and then work part-time.
With God on our side, nothing is impossible.

I am also looking into teaching English in other Asian countries.
I have been applying online but no response yet.
In a nutshell, this year ending or next year, God willing I will come back here to share our success story.


Please, those that are studying in Vietnam should come to my aid. The schools are not replying mails and not picking calls, what do I do?

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by BunmiBie: 11:59am On Oct 03
[quote author=regizoch post=106391380]I am not in Vietnam, but I got information that their schools are closed as a result of the Covid, also it's difficult for schools to admit and apply visa for international students. It also affected teaching employment that is if you are not residing in Vietnam currently[/quote


Wow! This covid ehn
Thanks bro
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Kahbahsah: 1:49pm On Oct 03
BunmiBie:



Enter Vietnam with work permit, work and enrol in school (scholarship). It's a win win thing. Or just enter straight with student visa if admission clicks and then work part-time.
With God on our side, nothing is impossible

Hello, this scholarship you mentioned to school in Vietnam, do you have it already? Please throw more light on it. Thanks
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by anayolity: 6:12pm On Oct 03
cliqtips:
This is all I see so far about OP's post.... in her mind, she wants others to go through want she went through.
Not ready to give them the information and even the agent she used.
Naija mentality be that....


You my friend is a lazy soul and should be ignored like a Ram on this thread!!!!

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by cliqtips: 6:27pm On Oct 03
anayolity:


You my friend is a lazy soul and should be ignored like a Ram on this thread!!!!

Your friend is a lazy soul.

You guys use the word "friend" loosely

I'm not your friend.

And I didn't write the comment to get your mention.

Keep it moving
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hightser: 9:26pm On Oct 03
BunmiBie:


150 hour. I think $95, not sure

$95 TEFL certification? Lol.

Authentic TEFL cert starts from around $250 don’t go and get the Nigeria version oh.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hahnemann: 2:15pm On Oct 04
Hightser:


$95 TEFL certification? Lol.

Authentic TEFL cert starts from around $250 don’t go and get the Nigeria version oh.

I was surprised when I saw it too, from my research, it's always been around $250 to $300.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Flixvevo: 5:54pm On Oct 05
this how much did you pay for your passport and how many days did it take ?

BunmiBie:

-Gotten passport for my family, thanks to my husband.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Joohan: 9:32pm On Oct 05
Hahnemann:


I was surprised when I saw it too, from my research, it's always been around $250 to $300.



Make research and you get an authentic one for far lesser price.

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Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Hightser: 11:24am On Oct 08
Joohan:




Make research and you get an authentic one for far lesser price.

Naija people always looking for easy way out, until you get there and it’s rejected.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by dep07(f): 6:23pm On Oct 08
Hahnemann:


I was surprised when I saw it too, from my research, it's always been around $250 to $300.
Pls can you help me with the ones that cost between $250 to $300,the ones Iam seeing like ITA is charging about $1000 upwards.
Re: My Journey To Hanoi, Vietnam by Joohan: 10:12pm On Oct 08
Hightser:


Naija people always looking for easy way out, until you get there and it’s rejected.

Have you been there before? If you don't have first hand information about something, I think it's best to not jump into baseless conclusion. What easy way out did I mention or advertise here? I'm not sure about other countries but the cheaper one I found is accepted in Vietnam. If you want confirmation, I'll drop it for the OP to verify for us. And also, please never label me among the "Naija people” you had in your thoughts.

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