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|Holland Visa Application Process by Queenmark: 1:15pm On Sep 05, 2020|
can someone who is currently in holland assist with the process for visa application. Eg website
I want to move to netherlands and i have searched this site nothing really is on Holland. is it a good country for an immigrant? what is the employment rate like and also cost of living.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by megastu(m): 10:06pm On Sep 06, 2020|
What kind of visa are you looking at? Study or Visit?
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by Queenmark: 6:39am On Sep 07, 2020|
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by BamBamK: 1:47pm On Sep 07, 2020|
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by Queenmark: 4:01pm On Sep 07, 2020|
Good to know I am not the only one
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by ImDStar: 10:37pm On Sep 07, 2020|
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by Flaame(m): 7:04am On Sep 08, 2020|
Please can I get a cheap English speaking school in Holland with $4000?
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by lakesidepapa(m): 4:30pm On Sep 08, 2020|
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by Queenmark: 5:39pm On Sep 08, 2020|
Nobody dey go or live holland or Netherlands?
Na wa o
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by megastu(m): 7:35pm On Sep 08, 2020|
You cannot apply for a residency visa from Nigeria unless you go Study route or spousal route. After studies you can have a job and then renew your residency. I once had a residence permit but abandoned it and came back to Nigeria. That was in 2008 though.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by lakesidepapa(m): 9:29pm On Sep 08, 2020|
How can one go about the study route?
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by megastu(m): 12:18pm On Sep 09, 2020|
You can go directly to the school website. My Alumni was UVA (www.uva.nl) or just use google to search for schools in holland and contact them.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by lucasalves: 1:57pm On Sep 09, 2020|
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by megastu(m): 6:57pm On Sep 09, 2020|
I have since lost touch. Cost of schooling is almost similar with U.K, a bit lower though. Also the residence permit gives you access to almost all European countries.
As for job opportunities after, you need to consider the language barrier. I.T jobs are in abundance though.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by ZIINI: 1:26pm On Sep 29, 2020|
Queenmark:We are together
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by Nobody: 1:48pm On Sep 29, 2020|
Queenmark:na who dey give people visa and residency Nigerians dey go. Holland no be one of them. A friend and wife went there last year. She got job offer from here. IT field. If you no dey IT no one go give you job offer
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by ZIINI: 5:33pm On Sep 29, 2020|
If I don't want to go through study route considering the cost of school fees
Please which other route can I go with
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|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by 50power: 5:47pm On Sep 29, 2020|
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|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by ednut1(m): 11:57pm On Sep 29, 2020|
ZIINI:so after all this while na wetin you dey ask me this. Only other way is work permit. Are you in the IT field or have special skills if no. No other way except studies.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by ZIINI: 12:05am On Sep 30, 2020|
ednut1:I studied mech-eng In school
Although am yet to collect my result
Just want to know in case am ready for the processing
Going through study route will cost alot and after studying there's no guarantee that I'll get a job and any stay beyond the given time will lead to something else
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by RuudVanNisteroy: 4:49am On Jan 14|
Queenmark:Study route does not guarantee permanent residence. After you graduate you are given one year to find an employer to sponsor you. Majority of Nigerians have had to go back despite spending thousands of Euro's. They prefer immigrants from the European Union. Easiest route for an African is through marriage.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by tensazangetsu20(m): 7:53am On Jan 14|
RuudVanNisteroy:It depends on what you are studying. If it's pure engineering the chances of getting sponsored is almost 0 percent but if it's IT there's a very high chance of sponsorship. I know around 3 developers that got jobs and sponsorship visas in the Netherlands from Nigeria here.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by RuudVanNisteroy: 8:03am On Jan 14|
tensazangetsu20:I have a friend currently there that studied finance and has 5 more months before her visa expires struggling to find a job, so an employer can sponsor her to remain there. The thought of returning back to Nigeria has thrown her into depression.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by tensazangetsu20(m): 8:07am On Jan 14|
RuudVanNisteroy:That's possible. I usually do a lot of research with regards to jobs on LinkedIn and indeed and there's very few engineering and finance jobs in many European countries contrary to what many people think. Most of the jobs available now are for people in IT. Web developers, security analyst, networking engineers, UI and UX designers, product designers and managers et Al. If I am going for a master's degree today it must be in computer science o or nothing. Going to abroad and coming back to this shithole is depressing.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by RuudVanNisteroy: 8:16am On Jan 14|
tensazangetsu20:What I will advise prospective immigrants is to go into I.T or the healthcare field. The demand in both fields is high and they have job security. I have friends in I.T running from one company to another, the demand for their services is high.
I pray my friend gets a job before her work visa expires. I don't want her to return to Nigeria in the current state the country is in. My last visit was in 2018 and was shocked it was still the same way I left it.
|Re: Holland Visa Application Process by tensazangetsu20(m): 8:21am On Jan 14|
RuudVanNisteroy:Nigeria today is worst than how it was in 2018. Nigeria wasn't the world's poverty capital in 2018 and the borders were still open for business. 2019 Nigeria became the world's poverty capital and as if that wasn't bad the dullardhino closed the borders to trade permanently which crippled so many businesses as if that wasn't bad Corona came
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