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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by LACOFFICER(m): 10:05am On Apr 22
Here to learn and do/practice grin grin grin
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by mattfeuter(m): 7:06pm On Apr 22
Damian457:
What’s with this ban on immigration? Will it affect b1/b2 Visa?

Like seriously? You need an answer to this ?

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by slashthroat: 12:10am On Apr 23
slimturay:
Goodevening,please i have been denied student visa 3times the last time was May 2019,but i have attended a Culinary school here in nigeria and now working as a Civil Servant and also doing my catering business. Am married now and expecting my baby. So i intend trying the B1 visa with my husband,he works with a multinational company and also has a farm,but doesnt have any travel history. Please what are our chances and what do i need to put in place. Thanks

Nobody here can tell you what your chances are.
They can share direct/indirect experience but without you standing in front of a VO and answering questions about your ties madam na tumbo tumbo ooo

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by Nobody: 7:58am On Apr 23
Damian457:
What’s with this ban on immigration? Will it affect b1/b2 Visa?
No.

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 2:57pm On Apr 29
Nigerians should consider planning holidaying and vacationing activities in other countries other than the USA! This pandemic is clearly changing the world landscape in very significant, historic ways. It's going to take, what, 2-3 years before everything relaxes to normal.

Boeing, Jetblue, and other major international airlines are shedding jobs badly. I call it economic hemorrhage. Cash affects every facet of life. Air fare will spike up in outlandish level that ordinary folks like you and I won't be able to afford to visit Canada and be back in a fortnight. Companies and their employees will consider 'travel significance' and its impact on their business objectives. VOs will cut back on visa issuance and would obviously not consider B2 something consequential. At least for the time being.

People should explore other vacation spots biko
Enjoy.

dilodavid:
No.

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by Damian457: 3:19pm On Apr 29
rago:
Nigerians should consider planning holidaying and vacationing activities in other countries other than the USA! This pandemic is clearly changing the world landscape in very significant, historic ways. It's going to take, what, 2-3 years before everything relaxes to normal.

Boeing, Jetblue, and other major international airlines are shedding jobs badly. I call it economic hemorrhage. Cash affects every facet of life. Air fare will spike up in outlandish level that ordinary folks like you and I won't be able to afford to visit Canada and be back in a fortnight. Companies and their employees will consider 'travel significance' and its impact on their business objectives. VOs will cut back on visa issuance and would obviously not consider B2 something consequential. At least for the time being.

People should explore other vacation spots biko
Enjoy.

Your opinion. Don’t rub it on other ppl

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by UhnNah: 3:34pm On Apr 29
Damian457:
Your opinion. Don’t rub it on other ppl

May the Lord bless you for me! I was reading it like ahn ahn! Why are u trying to swallow people’s hope? Just fear mongering! In fact,the world will heal and move on faster than you think! Why? MONEY!!! Airlines,restaurants,hotel owners are refreshing the news and looking out the window,waiting to open back their businesses! Waiting for customers...both locals and foreigners! Everything is coming back,very very soon...Amen!

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 3:40pm On Apr 29
Sure buddy, sure. An opinion. If you have a problem with it, read and waka pass. Una don start? We are here to learn and inform.

Damian457:
Your opinion. Don’t rub it on other ppl

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 3:42pm On Apr 29
Oya go pay 75k for a minute VISA INTERVIEW. USA needs the money. They do badly.
If they deny you, pay another 75k. Dollar is rising. Ur naira is dying.

Congratulations.


UhnNah:


May the Lord bless you for me! I was reading it like ahn ahn! Why are u trying to swallow people’s hope? Just fear mongering! In fact,the world will heal and move on faster than you think! Why? MONEY!!! Airlines,restaurants,hotel owners are refreshing the news and looking out the window,waiting to open back their businesses! Waiting for customers...both locals and foreigners! Everything is coming back,very very soon...Amen!

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by Damian457: 3:52pm On Apr 29
rago:
Sure buddy, sure. An opinion. If you have a problem with it, read and waka pass. Una don start? We are here to learn and inform.

Sure! We are here to learn and not to accept your baseless opinions. What’s your concern if somebody pays 75k for a 30sec interview? If i pay 1million for flight tickets is it your money? The world will bounce back sooner than you think and none of these your speculations will hold true. Stop spreading Panic

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 3:52pm On Apr 29
All we saying is things are gonna be tight at every institution. At least for the time being. Things don't bounce back to normal like a flash in the pan. It takes time. I'm also a religious person. God is a God of order. Time! Time! Time! But by bit by bit...

In the interim, let's consider vacationing elsewhere pending the time things relax at the embassy. We'll have a straight visa.

##travelhistory
#strongerprofile

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 3:53pm On Apr 29
Damian457:

Sure! We are here to learn and not to accept your baseless opinions. What’s your concern if somebody pays 75k for a 30sec interview? If i pay 1million for flight tickets is it your money? The world will bounce back sooner than you think and none of these your speculations will hold true. Stop spreading Panic

Pele, Omo olowo. Too much money. Egomaniac
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by seyewest(m): 4:41pm On Apr 29
rago:
Nigerians should consider planning holidaying and vacationing activities in other countries other than the USA! This pandemic is clearly changing the world landscape in very significant, historic ways. It's going to take, what, 2-3 years before everything relaxes to normal.

Boeing, Jetblue, and other major international airlines are shedding jobs badly. I call it economic hemorrhage. Cash affects every facet of life. Air fare will spike up in outlandish level that ordinary folks like you and I won't be able to afford to visit Canada and be back in a fortnight. Companies and their employees will consider 'travel significance' and its impact on their business objectives. VOs will cut back on visa issuance and would obviously not consider B2 something consequential. At least for the time being.

People should explore other vacation spots biko
Enjoy.


I have to be honest with you, Flight would be cheaper because people are scared to travel by plane, one way or the other U.S work force has reduce a bit, U.S would open up first before every other country follow suit, with low oil price I believe everything would work out just fine before the November.

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by Beautyaddy: 4:52pm On Apr 29
rago:
All we saying is things are gonna be tight at every institution. At least for the time being. Things don't bounce back to normal like a flash in the pan. It takes time. I'm also a religious person. God is a God of order. Time! Time! Time! But by bit by bit...

In the interim, let's consider vacationing elsewhere pending the time things relax at the embassy. We'll have a straight visa.

##travelhistory
#strongerprofile

And what Country will that be

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 5:37pm On Apr 29
Chai, we love America die! Lmao

Beautyaddy:


And what Country will that be
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 5:38pm On Apr 29
Cheap Flight OK. What of application for a US VISA? Won't the posture and the dynamics change?

seyewest:


I have to be honest with you, Flight would be cheaper because people are scared to travel by plane, one way or the other U.S work force has reduce a bit, U.S would open up first before every other country follow suit, with low oil price I believe everything would work out just fine before the November.
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 9:06am On Apr 30
It was in February-early March, I was due to travel to a University in DC for a symposium in May. Book a flight now. Book one now. Hold it down. The price will go higher blah blah blah. I looked at the dynamics myself at the time. I asked plenty of questions--endlessly.

I was not wrong. Considered many things in my own endI held down with flight booking. Boom... crisis came to the fore. Best decision ever. Used my money for the family. Went shopping. Stocked the house hahahah. Owo flight ma ti burn niyen.

U want to travel, no dey rush rush. Whether na application, interview, and flight things, be cool. Be very cool. Take your time. Seek for advice. But use ur smarts and listen to your instincts.

If you are destined to travel, u go travel. U will travel. No hurries. Peace out!

Take your time
#takeyourtime

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by fkj950ax(m): 10:22am On Apr 30
seyewest:


I have to be honest with you, Flight would be cheaper because people are scared to travel by plane, one way or the other U.S work force has reduce a bit, U.S would open up first before every other country follow suit, with low oil price I believe everything would work out just fine before the November.

I am hedging my bets on this on a large scale.
Global reluctance to travel immediately after COVID-19 will keep flight tickets down.
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 12:22pm On Apr 30
Ur right. A large-scale bet, nice phrase. Costs would just shot down like oil prices lmao. Based on what? That people do not wanna fly or that planes would carry half full passengers.. And the cost will get so cheap even artksans6for Yaba would be able to afford it??

Let's kuku turn international flight into Lagos-Abuja flight. We should read more and evaluate more methodically.

People should be ready to make significant adjustments when it comes to visa applications, Flight bookings etc.. It gets worse before it gets better! Sorry to burst6ur bubble.

#becool
#nohurry

fkj950ax:


I am hedging my bets on this on a large scale.
Global reluctance to travel immediately after COVID-19 will keep flight tickets down.
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by fkj950ax(m): 2:17pm On Apr 30
rago:
Ur right. A large-scale bet, nice phrase. Costs would just shot down like oil prices lmao. Based on what? That people do not wanna fly or that planes would carry half full passengers.. And the cost will get so cheap even artksans6for Yaba would be able to afford it??

Let's kuku turn international flight into Lagos-Abuja flight. We should read more and evaluate more methodically.

People should be ready to make significant adjustments when it comes to visa applications, Flight bookings etc.. It gets worse before it gets better! Sorry to burst6ur bubble.

#becool
#nohurry


Please for the love of whatever God you serve, just stay off my mention.

If you feel compelled to respond to anything I post, and will not do so in a manner that isn't derogatory or condescending or filled with mockery, just post directly without a mention.
These antics of yours and others led to previous thread getting closed, and we are in Part 4 AGAIN.
You are entitled to your opinions as everyone is. I agree you are the custodian of KNOWLEDGE and OPINIONS and EXPERTISE, but allow me to wallow in my bubble and place of lack of reading and poor methodological evaluation.
My decision to leave Lagos to Abuja on a Tomoato Trailer is not yours.

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by seyewest(m): 3:30pm On Apr 30
rago:
It was in February-early March, I was due to travel to a University in DC for a symposium in May. Book a flight now. Book one now. Hold it down. The price will go higher blah blah blah. I looked at the dynamics myself at the time. I asked plenty of questions--endlessly.

I was not wrong. Considered many things in my own endI held down with flight booking. Boom... crisis came to the fore. Best decision ever. Used my money for the family. Went shopping. Stocked the house hahahah. Owo flight ma ti burn niyen.

U want to travel, no dey rush rush. Whether na application, interview, and flight things, be cool. Be very cool. Take your time. Seek for advice. But use ur smarts and listen to your instincts.

If you are destined to travel, u go travel. U will travel. No hurries. Peace out!

Take your time
#takeyourtime

What happened was unprecedented... You can't say Billions of people are wrong for planning ahead considering flight ticket around summer is always expensive. What happened was never envisage and almost all Airline in the world has a plan for their customer, no money is lost.

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by rago(m): 6:15pm On Apr 30
People must be encouraged to take their time in whatever pursuit they wish to pursue, most especially first time/low-level travelers!

seyewest:


What happened was unprecedented... You can't say Billions of people are wrong for planning ahead considering flight ticket around summer is always expensive. What happened was never envisage and almost all Airline in the world has a plan for their customer, no money is lost.
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by Ebenosky: 6:44pm On Apr 30
Hi everyone, Has anyone applied for a Waiver of the Exchange Visitor Two-Year Home-Country Physical Presence (on a J-1 visa) through any of the Nigerian embassies in the US or knows someone that got the waiver? I need the waiver before applying for a change of status to F-1.

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Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by Mancala: 7:33pm On Apr 30
One big takeaway from this covid19 situation that everyone should pay heed to is travel insurance to include medical. I will personally never travel without it again. I travel a lot and only take out insurance when my family is with me, but never when I'm alone. Henceforth, I will always sign up. Does anyone know if this is a requirement for visitors to the U.S.? I may need to start insisting that anyone visiting with me needs to have medical insurance grin
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by seyewest(m): 7:42pm On Apr 30
Mancala:
One big takeaway from this covid19 situation that everyone should pay heed to is travel insurance to include medical. I will personally never travel without it again. I travel a lot and only take out insurance when my family is with me, but never when I'm alone. Henceforth, I will always sign up. Does anyone know if this is a requirement for visitors to the U.S.? I may need to start insisting that anyone visiting with me needs to have medical insurance grin

I don't think so but it's important for Schgeng visa.
Re: USA Visit Visa Part 4 by lastclaire4(f): 12:05am On May 01
rago:
People must be encouraged to take their time in whatever pursuit they wish to pursue, most especially first time/low-level travelers!


That arguement is not always true.

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