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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by demure178(m): 1:41am On Dec 20, 2020
Please College graduate certificate would be under which section below?

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Rickywowoz: 1:47am On Dec 20, 2020
Dameelee:
Please I’m filling my arriveCan form and I don’t know what this part means,
I’ll be staying at a 3 bedroom Airbnb with other people most likely, that means it’s a group living environment right?

No...Airbnb is not group home because sometimes there might be just one person in the house/apartment
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Chocs(f): 2:29am On Dec 20, 2020
Hello Dameelee,

If you would be sharing any common space, for example kitchen, bathroom or living room, then it is considered group living. See the picture below from their website. You can check their website out to see the rules for apartments during isolation.

Best wishes
Dameelee:
Please I’m filling my arriveCan form and I don’t know what this part means,
I’ll be staying at a 3 bedroom Airbnb with other people most likely, that means it’s a group living environment right?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Elizdee: 3:07am On Dec 20, 2020
Frankrobbn1:
Congratulations in advance to everyone on this honourable thread!.

I would like to use this opportunity to officially welcome you all to the Canada Student Visa Thread PART 18, a new dawn, a time of jubilation and testimony. On this faithful day by the power in the name of Jesus Christ, I speak in life into every TRV applications in and out side of this thread awaiting response from IRCC. Today, I come with the full anointing of the Holy Ghost and I stand as an Oracle of the Most high God and I decree and declare as many of you that are believing God for TRV success, may God in heaven open every closed doors in your life and may the Visa officers at the Canadian embassy be forced to grant you your visas... Indeed, WHAT GOD CANNOT DO DOES NOT EXIST!!!!!. I therefore call forth the heavenly beings (Archangles) to take charge of every applications on this platform and perfect everything that concerns your application this time.

If you believe strongly in the grace of God Almighty, as you punch the LIKE BUTTON, may heaven intervene in your case and may your application find favour in the sight of the visa officer. As you shout the loudest AMEN!, may it come to perfection in Jesus name.

Your Case is settled forever... Go and Rejoice for your success story is near.

Part 18 Grace --------------------------》100%Loaded!

Cc: Justwise thanks for the update & acknowledging my request. We look forward to a more productive days and success stories on this thread.

As always, IT WILL END IN PRAISES FOR EVERYONE


Amen

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Raalsalghul: 4:01am On Dec 20, 2020
@Frankrobbn1
@JustMellow
@NaijaForeigner
@Qudkom
@Anon123
@Lekiboboe
@Chocs123

What are the other options for paying for the study permit and biometrics?

They rejected my Zenith and GTB card.

Your reply appreciated.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Thompsonpet(m): 5:37am On Dec 20, 2020
My thread of testimonies. Will surely share my trv good news in this thread.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Summe: 6:01am On Dec 20, 2020
Congratulations Kimkalash. I can't wait for when I will also travel to NL. I got admission to Memorial University. Medicals passed last week, waiting for the next best thing!

Kimkalash:
Good afternoon guys. I arrived Canada a few hours ago and still waiting for my connecting flight to Newfoundland.

The flight was lllloooonnngggg. Ethiopian airlines is so cheap and underrated. Please try it if you have time for the stopovers.

I know you can't generalize but the border officials and immigration personnels were super nice. The guy even came to the queue, took our documents (LOA, Tuition receipt, passport and the Declaration card we filled on the plane )and issued our permits without stress. When I went to check in my luggage, the attendants were so humble and attentive.

My guys don limme go Vancouver sha. Arriving St John's after midnight.

Still so speechless I don't know what else to say

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Shayee35: 7:45am On Dec 20, 2020
Hello everyone.

I need help please! I submitted my study permit application October 4, did Biometrics October 9 or so.

In November I got notification to submit documents for the NSE stream which I did. I got a response from them Nov 30 saying that my documents are under review. My classes start 18 January 2021 and I am wondering the next step to take as I not received any update yet. I am considering these options and need your insights on the best option to take:


1. Go and do upfront medical. (I am on the IOM website and I can't even get a date up till March 1. Am I doing something wrong or are the dates really booked?!)

I don't know the Qlife website so I need guidance here.

2. Write the school to defer my resumption to May 2021. Is this too premature or I should wait a few more weeks?

I feel that since the NSE processing time is 20days, I should have gotten feedback by now. I know reality can be different but I can't wait around doing nothing when I have you guys to share your insights.

Thanks for reading, I value your contributions.

Have a great Sunday.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by javaRookie: 7:46am On Dec 20, 2020
Why is everyone rushing to Canada instead of Germany where the tuition is free?

I think I should jump ship to Canada.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by awys(f): 7:56am On Dec 20, 2020
Shayee35:
Hello everyone.

I need help please! I submitted my study permit application October 4, did Biometrics October 9 or so.

In November I got notification to submit documents for the NSE stream which I did. I got a response from them Nov 30 saying that my documents are under review. My classes start 18 January 2021 and I am wondering the next step to take as I not received any update yet. I am considering these options and need your insights on the best option to take:


1. Go and do upfront medical. (I am on the IOM website and I can't even get a date up till March 1. Am I doing something wrong or are the dates really booked?!)

I don't know the Qlife website so I need guidance here.

2. Write the school to defer my resumption to May 2021. Is this too premature or I should wait a few more weeks?

I feel that since the NSE processing time is 20days, I should have gotten feedback by now. I know reality can be different but I can't wait around doing nothing when I have you guys to share your insights.

Thanks for reading, I value your contributions.

Have a great Sunday.
To me ooo I feel you should defer cuz next week they are going on holidays unless you get response by Monday to Wednesday even when you get response the VFS office that processes passport submission might close that same next week or I don't know how they work so to be on a safer side just defer till May 2021 then send a mail to Q-Life with this email address canadamedicals@qlifefamilyclinic.com.They will reply with a date that March for IOM too far ooo maybe Q-Life should have a closer date.Thats my own suggestions other gurus can contribute their own suggestions. Please send the mail to Q-Life ASAP cuz their appointments too is getting tighter too.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Yteem: 8:38am On Dec 20, 2020
Kimkalash:
Good afternoon guys. I arrived Canada a few hours ago and still waiting for my connecting flight to Newfoundland.

The flight was lllloooonnngggg. Ethiopian airlines is so cheap and underrated. Please try it if you have time for the stopovers.

I know you can't generalize but the border officials and immigration personnels were super nice. The guy even came to the queue, took our documents (LOA, Tuition receipt, passport and the Declaration card we filled on the plane )and issued our permits without stress. When I went to check in my luggage, the attendants were so humble and attentive.

My guys don limme go Vancouver sha. Arriving St John's after midnight.

Still so speechless I don't know what else to say

Congratulations to you. May the land of Canada favour you in all ways.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Akinsj: 8:42am On Dec 20, 2020
fratermathy:


I can't help you find an institution. You'd have to do that work yourself. Google "PhD in Law site:ca" and then explore your options. Personally, I know McGill University, York University, and University of Toronto are top Canadian schools for Law. You may also want to explore University of Alberta and University of British Columbia.

As for funding, almost all PhD programs are fully funded but you can mail the specific department to confirm.

Many Canadian schools do no need IELTS or any other language test from Nigerians as long as you finished from a Nigerian university.
Thank you so much.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Akinsj: 8:56am On Dec 20, 2020
Amylew:


For Masters, Let me add that UBC closed on December 1, same with U Alberta.
Payment for U Toronto closed December 1 with document upload for January closing.
McGill closes December 20 or 21 so you have to hurry.

Other schools you can apply to that i know that application for law is on till January 15 is U Saskatchewan and
U CALGARY

Check out University of Windsor
University of Ottawa
Queens University
And University of Western ontario.

For PH.D, I don't know if application closes or its perpetual.
Thank you so much.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Sirromey(m): 9:23am On Dec 20, 2020
Good morning everyone. Who has used Lufthansa here?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by JustMellow: 10:00am On Dec 20, 2020
This thread is running really fast. I wish that the good news of Part 17 continue to flow into this Part 18.

Remember, information is useless if you can't put it into good use. Don't just rely on the information someone gives to you. That person is only human and human errors are inevitable.

Spend more time researching on subject areas that is majorly a necessity or addressing the loops in your application.

There is no best application, LUCK is the key factor. No matter how knowledgeable, anyone can be delayed.

Let's keep the thread interesting by introducing new topic area relating to the purpose of the thread. Desist from repetitive questions. Before a question is asked, first use the SEARCH bar to see if it has already been answered or ask for further clarify if it wasn't.

The LUCK is the star in your lonely nights. Wish upon it and believe, only after doing the right thing as see fit to the best of your knowledge.

To a happy ending, I will be here to say a Big Congratulations to those whose calls were picked.



BTW, who has paid NBCC's Confirmation Fee from within Canada. What's the process?


May Canada's soil be under everyone's feet soon!

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by JustMellow: 10:02am On Dec 20, 2020
Raalsalghul:
@Frankrobbn1
@JustMellow
@NaijaForeigner
@Qudkom
@Anon123
@Lekiboboe
@Chocs123

What are the other options for paying for the study permit and biometrics?

They rejected my Zenith and GTB card.

Your reply appreciated.

Hello Raalsalghul,

Try a dollar card.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by skull4eva: 10:10am On Dec 20, 2020
Raalsalghul:
@Frankrobbn1
@JustMellow
@NaijaForeigner
@Qudkom
@Anon123
@Lekiboboe
@Chocs123

What are the other options for paying for the study permit and biometrics?

They rejected my Zenith and GTB card.

Your reply appreciated.
Use GTB mastercard
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by ConradAce1(m): 10:12am On Dec 20, 2020
Frankrobbn1:
Congratulations in advance to everyone on this honourable thread!.

I would like to use this opportunity to officially welcome you all to the Canada Student Visa Thread PART 18, a new dawn, a time of jubilation and testimony. On this faithful day by the power in the name of Jesus Christ, I speak in life into every TRV applications in and out side of this thread awaiting response from IRCC. Today, I come with the full anointing of the Holy Ghost and I stand as an Oracle of the Most high God and I decree and declare as many of you that are believing God for TRV success, may God in heaven open every closed doors in your life and may the Visa officers at the Canadian embassy be forced to grant you your visas... Indeed, WHAT GOD CANNOT DO DOES NOT EXIST!!!!!. I therefore call forth the heavenly beings (Archangles) to take charge of every applications on this platform and perfect everything that concerns your application this time.

If you believe strongly in the grace of God Almighty, as you punch the LIKE BUTTON, may heaven intervene in your case and may your application find favour in the sight of the visa officer. As you shout the loudest AMEN!, may it come to perfection in Jesus name.

Your Case is settled forever... Go and Rejoice for your success story is near.

Part 18 Grace --------------------------》100%Loaded!

Cc: Justwise thanks for the update & acknowledging my request. We look forward to a more productive days and success stories on this thread.

As always, IT WILL END IN PRAISES FOR EVERYONE



Thanks to you
@Osemigho
@Vibrant99
@Mobi22
@Anon123
@Tonyodg
@JustMellow
@NaijaForeigner
@Qudkom
@Lekiboboe
@Chocs123


& other respected members whose names I haven’t cited who often take out their time to respond to our enquiries. We are delighted and appreciative of it.
I have learned a lot from you guys & would be applying some facts i got from your mentions to my pending application when the time comes forth.

As we commence this new era with our applications, positivity & God’s will, we know it shall be successful.
Thank you guys again & again.

Happy Christmas & Happy New Year 2021.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Chimzy4real: 10:23am On Dec 20, 2020
Please was this decision influenced by the people i used for recommendations. Please so i know how to reapply again

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Dude04(m): 10:25am On Dec 20, 2020
Kimkalash:
Good afternoon guys. I arrived Canada a few hours ago and still waiting for my connecting flight to Newfoundland.

The flight was lllloooonnngggg. Ethiopian airlines is so cheap and underrated. Please try it if you have time for the stopovers.

I know you can't generalize but the border officials and immigration personnels were super nice. The guy even came to the queue, took our documents (LOA, Tuition receipt, passport and the Declaration card we filled on the plane )and issued our permits without stress. When I went to check in my luggage, the attendants were so humble and attentive.

My guys don limme go Vancouver sha. Arriving St John's after midnight.

Still so speechless I don't know what else to say

Congrats, I assume you are going to Memorial University. Please I need some info on the application process, kindly drop me an email rukeoredia@gmail.com so I can contact you.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by JosephYemsol(m): 10:38am On Dec 20, 2020
javaRookie:
Why is everyone rushing to Canada instead of Germany where the tuition is free?

I think I should jump ship to Canada.

I heard getting a visa isn't easy...
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by BlegendE: 11:09am On Dec 20, 2020
Good morning Friends. Finally, I am in Saskatchewan Canada. I came in on the 17th of December.

GOD is indeed a amazing.

Now I am seriously looking for a cheap accomodation. I don't mind sharing. Please chat me up if you have any link.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Nobody: 11:15am On Dec 20, 2020
Thank God for safe arrival.Can you share your POE experience with us
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Nobody: 11:16am On Dec 20, 2020
Thank God for safe arrival.Can you share your POE experience with us

BlegendE:
Good morning Friends. Finally, I am in Saskatchewan Canada. I came in on the 17th of December.

GOD is indeed a amazing.

Now I am seriously looking for a cheap accomodation. I don't mind sharing. Please chat me up if you have any link.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by feclela(m): 11:35am On Dec 20, 2020
Please what's the meaning of attached?

Is it the same with CV?

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Blessing456: 11:36am On Dec 20, 2020
Elevation20:
Thank God for safe arrival.Can you share your POE experience with us

Congratulations, I have submitted my application to the sam school too. Hoping for the best.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Blessing456: 11:37am On Dec 20, 2020
BlegendE:
Good morning Friends. Finally, I am in Saskatchewan Canada. I came in on the 17th of December.

GOD is indeed a amazing.

Now I am seriously looking for a cheap accomodation. I don't mind sharing. Please chat me up if you have any link.
Congratulations, I have submitted my application to the same school, Hoping for the best!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by MadeMan01(m): 11:41am On Dec 20, 2020
Kimkalash:
Good afternoon guys. I arrived Canada a few hours ago and still waiting for my connecting flight to Newfoundland.

The flight was lllloooonnngggg. Ethiopian airlines is so cheap and underrated. Please try it if you have time for the stopovers.

I know you can't generalize but the border officials and immigration personnels were super nice. The guy even came to the queue, took our documents (LOA, Tuition receipt, passport and the Declaration card we filled on the plane )and issued our permits without stress. When I went to check in my luggage, the attendants were so humble and attentive.

My guys don limme go Vancouver sha. Arriving St John's after midnight.

Still so speechless I don't know what else to say

Congratulations.
Rest and give us proper report from Nigeria to destination in Canada. Also, is the quarantine location to be at final destination point or first point of entry in Canada
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by MadeMan01(m): 11:43am On Dec 20, 2020
BlegendE:
Good morning Friends. Finally, I am in Saskatchewan Canada. I came in on the 17th of December.

GOD is indeed a amazing.

Now I am seriously looking for a cheap accomodation. I don't mind sharing. Please chat me up if you have any link.

Congratulations.
Give us situation report from Nigeria to your final destination
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Godsblessings: 11:45am On Dec 20, 2020
pls has anyone paid for hotel booking on booking.com ? got a cheap accommodation there but it's not accepting zenith and access master card, does anyone has idea of ATM card that works really fine on booking.com website?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Akannitommy: 12:06pm On Dec 20, 2020
Hi,

Although the image is only apart of the decision letter, I can conclude a few things from the "excerpt" as follows;

The letter is writing by an admission committee or admission unit of the university.

This admission team/unit are charged with communicating admission decision to applicants.

In this particular instant, the decision is negative and they are letting you know it was based on recommendation of the department you applied to (hence, that is your prospective "academic unit"wink

I cannot see anything in this communication that suggests the decision was due to your referees (same as the people you used for recommendations)

Rather an admission decision is often the result of several factors taken together including your academic and/or research profiles and quality of other applicants in that cohort compared to you.

Although quality of your recommendations may be score you some good advantage, but I doubt it can really compensate for or weigh more than other (academic/research/work or community development experiences) factors.

It shall end in praises!

Chimzy4real:
Please was this decision influenced by the people i used for recommendations. Please so i know how to reapply again

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by Shayee35: 12:10pm On Dec 20, 2020
Thank you for your response!

I have sent the email to Qlife.

I will email the school to explain my current circumstance tomorrow.


awys:

To me ooo I feel you should defer cuz next week they are going on holidays unless you get response by Monday to Wednesday even when you get response the VFS office that processes passport submission might close that same next week or I don't know how they work so to be on a safer side just defer till May 2021 then send a mail to Q-Life with this email address canadamedicals@qlifefamilyclinic.com.They will reply with a date that March for IOM too far ooo maybe Q-Life should have a closer date.Thats my own suggestions other gurus can contribute their own suggestions. Please send the mail to Q-Life ASAP cuz their appointments too is getting tighter too.

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