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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by JustMellow: 4:55pm On Jun 19, 2020
Frankrobbn1:


God is great! I am super excited to hear your scholarship was reinstated by USASK after your visa refusal. As for me, I am doing great and had to switch my immigration path to AIPP (Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program) as I was fortunate to receive a job offer from a Canadian employer. I have completed the entire phase of the program including receiving my Provincial Endorsement/Nomination Certificate from the Newfoundland Government and signing written contracts with my employer. The current COVID-19 global pandemic has dispruted so many plans/activities including pending applications with IRCC. Therefore, I'm earnestly hoping and waiting to receive my Permanent Resident approval soonest. While waiting for the process to be completed, I do come around here during my leisure period to contribute my quota and continue making a remarkable impact in the lives of others considering that I have first hand experience about the process.


Thanks once again for checking up on this thread, we have indeed shared tremendous knowledge and insightful experiences on this platform overtime. I hope to see you return here to continue doing what you know how to do best.


Stay safe (Attorney General).


As always, it will end in praise.

Hello Frankrobbn1,

I am very happy to read you're winning and permit me to share from your knowledge. Apart from Job Bank, can you give other comprehensive options and/or hints on securing a job offer from an employer that you adopted and worked for you. Your answer(s) may also help others quench their arousing curiosities.

Until then, I await your victory song.

All the best.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Pee2Jay9: 5:09pm On Jun 19, 2020
Pls are you currently with the University of Alberta?

ndoeyopbennet:


Don't be scared bro. I felt scared too. The truth is that these things appear tougher than they are. Don't be discouraged. I advise you to apply for as many scholarships as possible. Regardless of how difficult or competitive they are, many Nigerians have won them. I know a Nigerian PhD student who won the Vanier scholarship of over C$50,000 per year. He's at the University of Alberta. He didn't even make a first class. He was lucky and had a good proposal. If he can do it, you can too. Just be positive and make sure you have all the minimum requirements.

May the odds be in your favour.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Deltayankeeboi: 5:23pm On Jun 19, 2020
ndoeyopbennet:


Don't be scared bro. I felt scared too. The truth is that these things appear tougher than they are. Don't be discouraged. I advise you to apply for as many scholarships as possible. Regardless of how difficult or competitive they are, many Nigerians have won them. I know a Nigerian PhD student who won the Vanier scholarship of over C$50,000 per year. He's at the University of Alberta. He didn't even make a first class. He was lucky and had a good proposal. If he can do it, you can too. Just be positive and make sure you have all the minimum requirements.

May the odds be in your favour.


Thanks bro

You live in Canada?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ndoeyopbennet: 5:25pm On Jun 19, 2020
Pee2Jay9:
Pls are you currently with the University of Alberta?

Deltayankeeboi:



Thanks bro

You live in Canada?

I'm at McGill.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by JustMellow: 5:34pm On Jun 19, 2020
NairaLuck:
Good evening everyone, I am enquiry on behalf of my brother.
Please advice on the best route to Canada, if express entry can work.

So my brother is 39yrs old, he's doing very well.

He's got about two businesses, works in the port clearing vessels and makes very good money month. However his qualification is SSCE. Should he go through express entry or study visa?

He's interested in immigrating to Canada with his wife and kids and our cousin.
If it's the money to show proof of funds he has enough to show with proof to his sources of income.

Please what's your best bet?
Thanks alot


Hello NairaLuck,

Irrespective of the age, he can still qualify for EE under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, Northern and Rural Atlantic Immigration Program etc. There are about 80 economic-class immigration programs in Canada under the Provincial/Territory (P/T) and Federal initiative programs. Some of the Atlantic programs like those mentioned above requires no work experience and just high school certificate for the educational qualification requirements.

The IELTS test score is at overall 4 or 5 for either NOC 0, A, B, C for the AIPP. In PEI PNP and AIPP, the government are intending to place priority in nominating and selecting Truck Drivers which falls in NOC C. One of the requirement is also to secure a job offer from an employer who is a participant and registered member of the program.

Being 39 years old doesn't quantitate that he isn't or doesn't qualify for EE especially if he meets other requirements and the other optional requirements to boost his CRS score. Ergo, he will be expected to max out IELTS score and try to attain CLB 10. There are overage appliicants who still take the EE route and still succeed by finding other ways to boost their CRS score.

He could also give the Study route a try since the means and requirements to achieve its end is literally available and ready. Immigration generally is dependent on luck and interested candidates must try their luck to know if it will shine. This is the realistic definition of Try Your Luck where one is expected to gamble with the intending Future.

All the best

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Nobody: 5:59pm On Jun 19, 2020
JustMellow:



Hello NairaLuck,

Irrespective of the age, he can still qualify for EE under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, Northern and Rural Atlantic Immigration Program etc. There are about 80 economic-class immigration programs in Canada under the Provincial/Territory (P/T) and Federal initiative programs. Some of the Atlantic programs like those mentioned above requires no work experience and just high school certificate for the educational qualification requirements.

The IELTS test score is at overall 4 or 5 for either NOC 0, A, B, C for the AIPP. In PEI PNP and AIPP, the government are intending to place priority in nominating and selecting Truck Drivers which falls in NOC C. One of the requirement is also to secure a job offer from an employer who is a participant and registered member of the program.

Being 39 years old doesn't quantitate that he isn't or doesn't qualify for EE especially if he meets other requirements and the other optional requirements to boost his CRS score. Ergo, he will be expected to max out IELTS score and try to attain CLB 10. There are overage appliicants who still take the EE route and still succeed by finding other ways to boost their CRS score.

He could also give the Study route a try since the means and requirements to achieve its end is literally available and ready. Immigration generally is dependent on luck and interested candidates must try their luck to know if it will shine. This is the realistic definition of Try Your Luck where one is expected to gamble with the intending Future.

All the best
hello sir I was reading your post and Was curious to qualify for one must have a Canadian qualification as I saw in the CIC website
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by webtalker2020: 6:37pm On Jun 19, 2020
Can someone please advise;

I graduated with Bsc. Chemistry in 2012 in Nigeria and I've been working as Retail Store Manager and a part time realtor for a credible company for about 6 years now. I got an admission for a PGD in Project Management in Ontario, what are my odds securing a student permit?

Also, as a result of COVID19 situation, how are applications been submitted in Lagos? Is the VSF in Lagos taking Canadian study permit applications?

Can an expert help please, thanks in Advance. Cheers!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by NairaLuck: 7:35pm On Jun 19, 2020
Good evening all, I just checked my school website cause I saw some persons complaining of Flywire. When I check they were charging N559,000 then I checked the other options cause they're three options for international students to pay. CIBC charged 448,000 which is just 10,000 addition less their charge of 12,590.
So with CIBC everything is N448,000 but Flywire is N559,000.

I think for those having issues with Flywire conversion,you can check if your school has other options to save cost.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by NairaLuck: 7:38pm On Jun 19, 2020
JustMellow:



Hello NairaLuck,

Irrespective of the age, he can still qualify for EE under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program, Northern and Rural Atlantic Immigration Program etc. There are about 80 economic-class immigration programs in Canada under the Provincial/Territory (P/T) and Federal initiative programs. Some of the Atlantic programs like those mentioned above requires no work experience and just high school certificate for the educational qualification requirements.

The IELTS test score is at overall 4 or 5 for either NOC 0, A, B, C for the AIPP. In PEI PNP and AIPP, the government are intending to place priority in nominating and selecting Truck Drivers which falls in NOC C. One of the requirement is also to secure a job offer from an employer who is a participant and registered member of the program.

Being 39 years old doesn't quantitate that he isn't or doesn't qualify for EE especially if he meets other requirements and the other optional requirements to boost his CRS score. Ergo, he will be expected to max out IELTS score and try to attain CLB 10. There are overage appliicants who still take the EE route and still succeed by finding other ways to boost their CRS score.

He could also give the Study route a try since the means and requirements to achieve its end is literally available and ready. Immigration generally is dependent on luck and interested candidates must try their luck to know if it will shine. This is the realistic definition of Try Your Luck where one is expected to gamble with the intending Future.

All the best

Thanks alot
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Pee2Jay9: 7:55pm On Jun 19, 2020
Who has gotten admission into Uni of Regina without WES evaluation of transcript? I want to know if it's compulsory
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by aliadi2: 8:17pm On Jun 19, 2020
Hello Gurus .... I have a question

I have lived in the UAE for the past 2year . i was on a employment visa working under a company but before my 2year contract finished i canceled the contract and tried to change company but my grace period of one month elapsed before i could get my visa and i had to overstay for a month and then my admission came along and i paid my fine and cleared all my overstay before i left the country. Please should i include this in my application and show the document for the paid fine. Please i need help from the gurus in the house.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 8:28pm On Jun 19, 2020
Richdee1:


Sorry to ask oo.. are u in Nigeria? or about to move to Canada thru the Atlantic pilot program ?
Cos u answer questions like you've been in Canada or years and know the in and out

As earlier mentioned, I'm waiting for the approval of my permanent resident application under the AIPP stream and presently in the southwestern geopolitical zone of this country. I provide relevant answers to questions on this thread because I have first-hand experience about several immigration pathways/programs to Canada which is not only restricted to the study visa route. So, don't be baffled about how I acquired my enviable experiences on how I answer questions here, albeit rather be more concerned about making the most of the advices given in your application.


It will end in praise

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Estherseth23(f): 8:44pm On Jun 19, 2020
Hello Mr frank,I have followed you for a very longtime on this platform and the students visa thread particularly and I really appreciate your efforts and consistency in answering people's questions with so much clearity and details Thank you for your all you do.

I'm a 25year old young lady, a SSCE holder and a catere/baker by training.I left secondary school in 2012 and went to a catering school immediately after my waec for 1year (2012-2013)after which I got admission into my state polytechnic to study hospitality and tourism which I studied for 2years (2013-2015OND) but at the end of my OND I discovered I had a fake admission,few months later I lost my father and it was really devastating for me,it took me about a year plus to get over my loss and move on after which I went for a BREAD BAKERY MANAGEMENT and ADVANCED CAKE training in lagos in 2017 after which I came back and started my business from home tho not registered,i later got a job to manage a bread bakery in 2 different states between 2018 and 2019.This year 2020 I decided to start my own mini bakery and outdoor catering business fully.I'm building up the business gradually but I really want to study in Canada and gain professional training in the BAKING and PASTRY ARTS MANAGEMENT programme, I have my eyes on centennial college and I think I meet all their requirements into the program. My main concern is with my chances of securing a study permit with the long break from school and not having a degree yet,I intend to apply by next year 2021 for the September class and I'm saving seriously to that effect tho I will get a sponsor.What would you advice me in this case? I chose Canada because I would like to continue my life there even after my studies also Canada will give me the type of knowledge and exposure I need to become a professional pastry chef as I desire. Please give me your unbiased advice and I'm sorry for the long post, I feel the details is necessary so you know how to advice me best.
I will be waiting for your response. Thank you
@Frankrobbn1

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 8:49pm On Jun 19, 2020
majeobaje:
Good evening everyone,

Hope you are good?

I got an admission into Thompson Rivers University for a Post Baccalaureate diploma in Finance.

There is “Not Visa Purpose” written on the Conditional Acceptance Letter issued to me and that I will be issued with an Unconditional Acceptance Letter once I pay my fees (both Tuition and other fees).

My question is can I use such Conditional acceptance letter for study permit application processing?



In a situation like this, you're ought to pay the mandatory tuition deposit to the school prior to an unconditional acceptance will be issued. I wouldn't advise you to apply for a study visa with such conditional offer being that it has to do with funds and the primary requirements for a Canada Study Visa application is the ability to show that you have adequate financial resources to cover for your tuition and living expenses without working to pay for your fees. In consideration of the foregoing, it's better you pay the mandatory fees and apply with an unconditional offer.


It will end in praise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by webtalker2020: 9:05pm On Jun 19, 2020
Can someone please advise;

I graduated with Bsc. Chemistry in 2012 in Nigeria and I've been working as Retail Store Manager and a part time realtor for a credible company for about 6 years now. I got an admission for a PGD in Project Management in Ontario, what are my odds securing a student permit?

Also, as a result of COVID19 situation, how are applications been submitted in Lagos? Is the VSF in Lagos taking Canadian study permit applications?

Can an expert help please, thanks in Advance. Cheers!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by dommakavelli: 9:12pm On Jun 19, 2020
Wow, that's really good. You should be proud of yourself considering that you competed with many people from around the world and within Canada for that position. People living in the Atlantic provinces struggle to get those AIPP jobs. I lived in NL for years and I don't even know how to help people from Nigeria and other provinces, except NL residents.
Good job man!

Frankrobbn1:


As earlier mentioned, I'm waiting for the approval of my permanent resident application under the AIPP stream and presently in the southwestern geopolitical zone of this country. I provide relevant answers to questions on this thread because I have first-hand experience about several immigration pathways/programs to Canada which is not only restricted to the study visa route. So, don't be baffled about how I acquired my enviable experiences on how I answer questions, albeit rather be more concerned about making the most of the advices given in your application.


It will end in praise

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Emmyinks: 9:58pm On Jun 19, 2020
FieryJoe:


Did anyone applied to University of Regina recently? They are taking forever to respond to application...

Yes o I got admitted last week since last year November
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:16pm On Jun 19, 2020
Estherseth23:
Hello Mr frank,I have followed you for a very longtime on this platform and the students visa thread particularly and I really appreciate your efforts and consistency in answering people's questions with so much clearity and details Thank you for your all you do.

I'm a 25year old young lady, a SSCE holder and a catere/baker by training.I left secondary school in 2012 and went to a catering school immediately after my waec for 1year (2012-2013)after which I got admission into my state polytechnic to study hospitality and tourism which I studied for 2years (2013-2015OND) but at the end of my OND I discovered I had a fake admission,few months later I lost my father and it was really devastating for me,it took me about a year plus to get over my loss and move on after which I went for a BREAD BAKERY MANAGEMENT and ADVANCED CAKE training in lagos in 2017 after which I came back and started my business from home tho not registered,i later got a job to manage a bread bakery in 2 different states between 2018 and 2019.This year 2020 I decided to start my own mini bakery and outdoor catering business fully.I'm building up the business gradually but I really want to study in Canada and gain professional training in the BAKING and PASTRY ARTS MANAGEMENT programme, I have my eyes on centennial college and I think I meet all their requirements into the program. My main concern is with my chances of securing a study permit with the long break from school and not having a degree yet,I intend to apply by next year 2021 for the September class and I'm saving seriously to that effect tho I will get a sponsor.What would you advice me in this case? I chose Canada because I would like to continue my life there even after my studies also Canada will give me the type of knowledge and exposure I need to become a professional pastry chef as I desire. Please give me your unbiased advice and I'm sorry for the long post, I feel the details is necessary so you know how to advice me best.
I will be waiting for your response. Thank you
@Frankrobbn1

No apologies necessary for giving a detailed explanation of your profile.

From all what you have said, the onus is on you to convince the visa officer that you're in fact a bonafide student and if given a visa would study and depart from Canada after studies.

There is nothing unachievable when it comes to Canadian immigration. I have seen a matured applicant at the age of 51 in 2017 without any prior post secondary education and was approved of his visa to pursue a diploma program. Hence, getting an approval is also possible in your case once you can present your situation in a very justifiable manner yet professional way that would enable the visa officer see reasons about your clear intent to study and consequently grant you an entry to pursue your intended program in Canada.

Your SOP should do justice to the above points which you have raised in this post that hindered you from pursuing a post secondary education in Nigeria since you left High School in 2012. A written assurance that your study gaps in no way will affect your ability to study and graduate at the top of class. In order for your application to scale through and have a better prospect, I would advise that every statements in your SOP should be accompanied with an encyclopedia of evidence (proof of professional certifications in bakery, proof of previous work experiences and registered business to show you have acquired a practical experience in your intended program in the job market etc.).

Your explanation should be straight to the point, give clear answers about your situation and assemble a solid case by exposing your motives in a Humanitarian and Compassionate package to be reviewed by the immigration authorities at the Canadian embassy. You shouldn't sound too desperate to study in Canada, try as much as you can to explain to the visa officer the lucrativness and reasonableness of undertaking the program in Canada at a huge cost given that there are similar available options in Nigeria.

Lastly, your short and long term goals should be properly prepared in a very realistic way. More importantly, get a professional to review this letter in order to be sure you've adequately addressed every loopholes in the application.

Thanks for the compliments about me and I hope you utilize the advices given.


In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns about the subject matter, don't hesitate to reach out for professional assistance.



It will end in praise

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by MisterSpark: 10:25pm On Jun 19, 2020
Emmyinks:


Yes o I got admitted last week since last year November

Hello Emmy,

Was your admission for Undergraduate or Graduate study?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:28pm On Jun 19, 2020
dommakavelli:
Wow, that's really good. You should be proud of yourself considering that you competed with many people from around the world and within Canada for that position. People living in the Atlantic provinces struggle to get those AIPP jobs. I lived in NL for years and I don't even know how to help people from Nigeria and other provinces, except NL residents.
Good job man!



Thank boss for the compliments and best wishes. It was indeed a herculean task to find a designated employer that will be ready to sponsor a foreign National through the AIPP route. Almost all the employers I contacted turned down my request. However, my persistence and resilience towards achieving my goal was a no-brainer for me. I thank God it worked and I was able to land a job offer in the Atlantic Province of Newfoundland, Canada. All things being equal, I hope to celebrate soonest.



It will surely end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by aliadi2: 10:39pm On Jun 19, 2020
Please professionals i need help with my application.

aliadi2:
Hello Gurus .... I have a question

I have lived in the UAE for the past 2year . i was on a employment visa working under a company but before my 2year contract finished i canceled the contract and tried to change company but my grace period of one month elapsed before i could get my visa and i had to overstay for a month and then my admission came along and i paid my fine and cleared all my overstay before i left the country. Please should i include this in my application and show the document for the paid fine. Please i need help from the gurus in the house.

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by holluville: 10:41pm On Jun 19, 2020
Good evening house and thanks to everyone rendering selfless effort as regards clarity and guidance to this study permit journey.. Kudos to you all.

I am days away to submitting my application and I need help to the following questions.

Going through the IMM1294 Form( Application for study permit outside canada), there is a column I'm to fill in my tuition , room and boards and others to sum up the total funds available. In all sincerity, the issue now is all i have is my exact tuition fee and living expenses(10kcad) in my sponsor's account. nothing more.. Would it fly?


Secondly,  $750 medical insurance was included in my letter of acceptance apart from the tuition fee. Should I total it all with my tuition or I should just fill in the tuition stated on the letter.

Lastly, I have an IELTS test report(General) I sat for in 2018 and considering also using it as a supporting document. Am I making a mistake or I should go ahead with uploading.

Thanks as I await your responses..
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:45pm On Jun 19, 2020
Pee2Jay9:
Who has gotten admission into Uni of Regina without WES evaluation of transcript? I want to know if it's compulsory

WES course-by-course evaluation analysis is a compulsory requirement for a Master's Admission at University of Regina. You're urged to get it ready before starting an application for admission into the School.


It will end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:52pm On Jun 19, 2020
aliadi2:
Hello Gurus .... I have a question

I have lived in the UAE for the past 2year . i was on a employment visa working under a company but before my 2year contract finished i canceled the contract and tried to change company but my grace period of one month elapsed before i could get my visa and i had to overstay for a month and then my admission came along and i paid my fine and cleared all my overstay before i left the country. Please should i include this in my application and show the document for the paid fine. Please i need help from the gurus in the house.


aliadi2:
Please professionals i need help with my application.



You only overstayed your VISA to UAE which you eventually got renewed. Dubai is not considered as a good travel history in the Canadian Immigration officer's assessment. You don't need to provide proof that you paid any fine as you might be complicating things for yourself in your application. A scanned copy of your previous visas to the country and other countries will be fine. Also be truthful as possible in your application by mentioning all the visa refusals you had in any country.


It will end in praise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 12:34am On Jun 20, 2020
JustMellow:


Hello Frankrobbn1,

I am very happy to read you're winning and permit me to share from your knowledge. Apart from Job Bank, can you give other comprehensive options and/or hints on securing a job offer from an employer that you adopted and worked for you. Your answer(s) may also help others quench their arousing curiosities.

Until then, I await your victory song.

All the best.


Thanks brother for the best wishes and prayers.

Speaking on AIPP might be derailing the purpose this thread was originally created as only a few applicants know about this program in Nigeria. I have also shared my extensive experience on how I landed a job offer from a designated employer via the AIPP thread on Nairaland. I may have to channel prospective applicants to read through the thread and gather relevant information(s) that might be useful to them in the process.


HOW I GOT MY JOB OFFER UNDER THE AIPP STREAM.


It will end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by aliadi2: 3:08am On Jun 20, 2020
Frankrobbn1:





You only overstayed your VISA to UAE which you eventually got renewed. Dubai is not considered as a good travel history in the Canadian Immigration officer's assessment. You don't need to provide proof that you paid any fine as you might be complicating things for yourself in your application. A scanned copy of your previous visas to the country and other countries will be fine. Also be truthful as possible in your application by mentioning all the visa refusals you had in any country.


It will end in praise.

Thanks alot for this value and support that you are rendering here sir. I am really grateful, i have another question.

I have been read this thread from page one and at page 24 or 25 i saw someone explaining that he got refused twice because he was using only LOE as his supporting doc, but he got the visa when he used LOE and SOP together. Please what is your opinion on this sir and would you recommend it sir.

Thanks and Stay blessed.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by SKEPTA: 5:56am On Jun 20, 2020
Frankrobbn1:


Thanks brother for the best wishes and prayers.

Speaking on AIPP might be derailing the purpose this thread was originally created as only a few applicants know about this program in Nigeria. I have also shared my extensive experience on how I landed a job offer from a designated employer via the AIPP thread on Nairaland. I may have to channel prospective applicants to read through the thread and gather relevant information(s) that might be useful to them in the process.


HOW I GOT MY JOB OFFER UNDER THE AIPP STREAM.


It will end in praise.

Hello gurus in the house,
I have a few questions about my application
1.Do I state the list of documents that I put in my application at the last page of my SOP
2.Do I have to add my academic awards gotten in university and online courses certificate to my application?
3)How do I go about uploading documents and submitting application on the ircc portal?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Onweke: 6:03am On Jun 20, 2020
Congrats Boss keep winning.

Frankrobbn1:



Thank boss for the compliments and best wishes. It was indeed a herculean task to find a designated employer that will be ready to sponsor a foreign National through the AIPP route. Almost all the employers I contacted turned down my request. However, my persistence and resilience towards achieving my goal was a no-brainer for me. I thank God it worked and I was able to land a job offer in the Atlantic Province of Newfoundland, Canada. All things being equal, I hope to celebrate soonest.



It will surely end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Estherseth23(f): 7:17am On Jun 20, 2020
Thank you so much mr frank, I appreciate and God bless you more.

No apologies necessary for giving a detailed explanation of your profile.

From all what you have said, the onus is on you to convince the visa officer that you're in fact a bonafide student and if given a visa would study and depart from Canada after studies.

There is nothing unachievable when it comes to Canadian immigration. I have seen a matured applicant at the age of 51 in 2017 without any prior post secondary education and was approved of his visa to pursue a diploma program. Hence, getting an approval is also possible in your case once you can present your situation in a very justifiable manner yet professional way that would enable the visa officer see reasons about your clear intent to study and consequently grant you an entry to pursue your intended program in Canada.

Your SOP should do justice to the above points which you have raised in this post that hindered you from pursuing a post secondary education in Nigeria since you left High School in 2012. A written assurance that your study gaps in no way will affect your ability to study and graduate at the top of class. In order for your application to scale through and have a better prospect, I would advise that every statements in your SOP should be accompanied with an encyclopedia of evidence (proof of professional certifications in bakery, proof of previous work experiences and registered business to show you have acquired a practical experience in your intended program in the job market etc.).

Your explanation should be straight to the point, give clear answers about your situation and assemble a solid case by exposing your motives in a Humanitarian and Compassionate package to be reviewed by the immigration authorities at the Canadian embassy. You shouldn't sound too desperate to study in Canada, try as much as you can to explain to the visa officer the lucrativness and reasonableness of undertaking the program in Canada at a huge cost given that there are similar available options in Nigeria.

Lastly, your short and long term goals should be properly prepared in a very realistic way. More importantly, get a professional to review this letter in order to be sure you've adequately addressed every loopholes in the application.

Thanks for the compliments about me and I hope you utilize the advices given.


In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns about the subject matter, don't hesitate to reach out for professional assistance.



It will end in praise[/quote]
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 9:15am On Jun 20, 2020
SKEPTA:


Hello gurus in the house,
I have a few questions about my application
1.Do I state the list of documents that I put in my application at the last page of my SOP
2.Do I have to add my academic awards gotten in university and online courses certificate to my application?
3)How do I go about uploading documents and submitting application on the ircc portal?

1. It's not compulsory to mention the list of documents you will be submitting with your application in the last page of your SOP.

2. Please include every professional certifications and volunteer awards you have gotten during your undergraduate studies and until this present time. It will demonstrate how prepared you're for your proposed program in Canada.

3. DETAILED LIST OF DOCUMENTS FOR STUDY VISA AND THEIR APPROPRIATE CATEGORIES FOR UPLOAD.


It will end in praise.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 9:18am On Jun 20, 2020
Estherseth23:
Thank you so much mr frank, I appreciate and God bless you more.

Glad you find the information useful to your concerns.

I wish you the very best on your application.

It will end in praise
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by fntstores: 9:20am On Jun 20, 2020
I really don't know how to go about that WES OR ICAS because I am trying to apply for admission in the university of Conestoga Canada please can you flash me so I can call you to guide me on how to go about it Please
Frankrobbn1:


WES course-by-course evaluation analysis is a compulsory requirement for a Master's Admission at University of Regina. You're urged to get it ready before starting an application for admission into the School.


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