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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by vsylva(m): 7:54pm On Apr 27|
Hi guys... i still need a response to this oh... anyone?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by segzyndpep(m): 8:46pm On Apr 27|
Yes oo,i got Bvl last week.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by iwillgetthere: 9:24pm On Apr 27|
Second application right?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by segzyndpep(m): 9:42pm On Apr 27|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by librangyps(f): 12:13am On Apr 28|
Very timely post. I spent the night working on my statement and i will like to send you the draft to help me review... please please please. my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org , please say hello to me on that address. Thanks alot.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Luckymama: 12:22am On Apr 28|
Even this year someone still updated very recently. He got a BVL and was already consoling himself expecting the denial only for a medical letter to drop. All I am saying is don’t give up. Even if it’s a rejection you just restrategize and refire. There was a time on this thread they used to refer to a rejection as a “delay” because they were certain they were going to reapply and get their visa. And most eventually do. Immigration journey is one of determination.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Luckymama: 12:35am On Apr 28|
Tough one. Do you have a business? If the business is doing well you can put in the incorporation document. If your job is a good one a leave of absence from your office specifying that you will come back to the company is also good. If you can get any attestations from your village or community that they need you to come back you for whatever (just thinking aloud here). If there are family property or even village property that you can document that you are the caretaker etc. I am sure you get the general idea.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by dommakavelli: 12:45am On Apr 28|
I guess your question is about sponsorship.
As far as I know, you can use anyone for sponsor. All you need to do is to explain your relationship with the person and provide a document to support it such as birth certificates. Usually, the longer and closer the relationship the better. Maybe your uncle and aunt.
Now, if your potential sponsor is not related to you in any way, you might need to be creative and smart. First, you need to gather information about that sponsor. Has the person lived or applied to Canada before, do they have children or relatives in Canada. If yes, you will have to state that you know someone in Canada (It won't hurt). If you have a good relationship with these people, you can even get the child in Canada to swear an affidavit on your behalf that you are seeking a study permit for the purpose of study and you will return upon completion. You can also mention this person in your SOP, stating they have told you lot's about studying in Canada.
Anyways, Nigerians have lots of uncles and aunties. I've heard people say their aunty from their mother's side. Maybe the same mother with your mom but different fathers. So, no way that person would share the same last name with your mom. In this case, a simple affidavit with a passport photo of both of you could cover that base. If you plan to pay tuition, let the money come out from that sponsor's account. Go to the bank with the potential sponsor to collect a reference letter from the branch manager. If the branch manager knows the sponsor, it's even better. If not, it's okay. I will expect the bank to have a copy of that letter on file too. Trust me, they are more likely to call the bank if the sponsor is a relative.
I know people used to include a family tree, I'm not sure if he still dey catch tho.
Also, make sure the person's account carry wella. It is unlikely that a relative would want to go broke to sponsor your education.
Lastly, do not use a company account if your sponsor is not your father or mother. It is irrational for some uncle to be willing to spend millions from their business money on one relative's education. It doesn't make any sense.
Now, if your question is about home tie, include your sibling's birth certificates, landed property, prove of leave from your employer, bank statement, rental agreement, car.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by dommakavelli: 12:52am On Apr 28|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Luckymama: 12:55am On Apr 28|
I always try to put myself in the position of a VO. The question I would be asking if I were the VO is why would someone spend so much money going to study so as to get a Certificate of Attendance. Doesn’t make much sense. I would have suggested you try and gather some more money for your POF. Or if your wife has a job you may explain that she can take care of the homefront while you are away. Or if you can present a business incorporated that she will be running to take care of herself while you are gone. I don’t know whether these will work o because I am not an expert, just trying to think of what I would do in your shoes.
Besides with the certificate program are you sure it’s up to 1 year? If it’s not up to 1 year you may not get PGWP.
Another advantage the diploma program has is the co-op. That’s very valuable working experience that will eventually help you when it comes time to apply for residence.
It may be better you pause, save a bit more, get a new admission and apply when your POF is solid. Just a suggestion sha.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by segzyndpep(m): 1:02am On Apr 28|
Thank you for this,its highly motivating..God bless you.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by igbarasdynasty: 1:57am On Apr 28|
Going for a college diploma program is a Red flag already.... It's Questionable...
You won't be seen as a genuine student given your status and age....
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Nobody: 2:02am On Apr 28|
Good day to you trust you are doing great
Can I please send a PM
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by UgwuanyiM: 8:04am On Apr 28|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by UgwuanyiM: 9:57am On Apr 28|
If you have lands in the village do you necessarily need to survey then, or a letter from your father saying he has transferred it to you as a gift or inheritance?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Kinzeerichy: 10:49am On Apr 28|
Good Morning All, as regards letter of sponsorship from my Dad, should I use his personal letter head (just his name and address) ? or his company letterhead (because aside his personal statement of account, I’m also using his company statement of account)?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Pimp04: 12:15pm On Apr 28|
Good afternoon guys, anyone with PPR from March 18th - April 28 at all?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Crystalheart: 12:38pm On Apr 28|
Use his company letterhead
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by westernbond: 12:41pm On Apr 28|
It should definitely be enough. It also depends who is sponsoring you, your age and gap in your education or job status.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by westernbond: 12:51pm On Apr 28|
It is very ok with the personal letterheaded. You can easily tag it as Sponsorship Letter. But to have greater chances, i wouldnt mind to suggest to you to inform your dad to order his secretary to write another introductory letter specifying your dad as the CEO and years of operations. Then he should also tell the bank to issue him a letter that he is the only signatory to his account and he will be sponsoring his education abroad. Canada Embassy is a complex processing ......
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by legit90: 12:51pm On Apr 28|
Thank you very much @Luckymama.
Like I said before no business like that. The only little business, which is not even documented and it’s s not even related to the course (Nursing) I’m going for .
Same thing as my job, sales representative, and it’s not related to the course I’m going for.
The only lands are family lands
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by westernbond: 12:59pm On Apr 28|
What was your major before now, educational status, job status and to say you are sponsoring yourself is like shooting yourself in the leg. How would your wife survive after you leave. Why not create a story that it is your wife brother that is sponsoring you. This psychologically means chances of coming back is higher than saying you are the one sponsoring yourself. I wish you all the best. Have you filled the Student Questionsaire?
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Crystalheart: 1:00pm On Apr 28|
Good day all, hope you're staying safe? I pray the blessing of this month touches every corners of the world and make it safe again. Amin.
I have 3 questions and will be glad if they could answered.
1. For a 2yrs program, am I declaring the whole tuition fee on the IMM1294 form or just the first year tuition?
2. If it's the whole tuition I am declaring, does it means the customary $CAD10,000+ towards living expenses becomes $CAD20k+ also?
3. Lastly, on the sponsor letter, what would be declared by the sponsor: Whatever he has in all accounts (in case it's 2 SOA from different banks) or whatever he wants to commit to sponsoring you?
Thanks for your prompt replies..
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by legit90: 1:03pm On Apr 28|
Thanks again @dommakavelli
My two sponsors are actually my in-laws, Of which the main sponsor is in the US with his family and he is a nurse there too. So, is it good to state they are my in-laws on the SOP?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Mofpearl: 1:11pm On Apr 28|
Has anyone been able to apply for a visa since the COVID lockdown began? All VACs are closed in my area and I am guessing it means I will have to apply online. Will one still need to submit biometric since the VACs are closed?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by westernbond: 1:15pm On Apr 28|
Yes, 100% possible. But you need to proof the linkage. Wish you successful outcome.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by makano(m): 2:53pm On Apr 28|
It's been a while here, what have I missed? ��.. It shall end in praise... Peace
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by makano(m): 3:00pm On Apr 28|
They have already made a decision on your application, you should get it soon.. I will advise you try applying again, if this is ur 1st or 2nd time tho.. Peace.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by makano(m): 3:04pm On Apr 28|
I had someone who applied with 13M Naira, he is now in the University of Ottawa... So it's enough for a year program, you just have to break it down for the VO to understand the different areas you will be putting ur finances on while in Canada... Also are you a self sponsor? Peace
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by makano(m): 3:07pm On Apr 28|
No u cant... PC is only valid for 3 months... But Its not necessary tho, since uve used it in ur last application...
We have seen many peeps that got their Visas without submitting any PC.. Peace
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