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|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Petersown(f): 12:51pm On Mar 02|
[quote author=Magma012 post=99492890]Please do anyone know about tourism visa in Ukraine?
I guess they’re talking about invitation letter from the person or business organization you’re visiting here in Ukraine
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by dahoney1(m): 2:14pm On Mar 02|
No booklet right now in nigeria
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by amadeeva28(f): 8:25pm On Mar 02|
@kay100 thks for the advise
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Sammydizzle(m): 9:25am On Mar 03|
Those that did interview on the 15th of February, any news from the embassy or VFS?
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Nochious123(m): 12:11am On Mar 04|
Too risky,get another passport,it will be for your own good
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Denry(m): 6:01am On Mar 04|
dahoney1:it's not only about being too risky, the fact remains that you can't get a visa and leave 9ja b4 that april. you ve not even secured a date for interview and that alone will take you time. you better calm down and apply for a new passport.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Evelyn20: 6:58am On Mar 04|
Good morning guys,
i know this situation has been discussed already, but i just need to know if someone has actually tried processing his/her visa without the visa assurance fee this year. My agent asked me to pay 1200 dollars. i already have the invitation letter, i didn't use an agent for this. i went through a student. is it actually possible to do this on my own and get the visa successfully? He is a sure agent,my friend i started the process with paid the money and her visa is already out. but i cant afford this fee in this economy. thank you
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by justwise(m): 1:25pm On Mar 04|
Evelyn20:Go ahead and apply without paying those thieving Nigerian agents who is taking advantage of Nigerians, some of these fraudulent agents are in this thread promoting this fraud, claiming that you will not get a visa without paying sick amount of money to agents who will then bribe corrupt Ukrainian embassy staff.
Nobody will promote visa assurance here without getting banned only you show me in their offcial website where its stated.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by dahoney1(m): 6:28pm On Mar 04|
Thanks. that is what i will do.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by dahoney1(m): 6:29pm On Mar 04|
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Oyemykk: 3:04pm On Mar 05|
Your passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months after the intended date of leaving Ukraine. That's technically 9 months, processing duration would make it 10.
Just apply for express passport
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Dudeladude(m): 3:40pm On Mar 06|
justwise:Lol.. you are vexing o.... the truth is people get it without paying any Visa assurance after many attempts some can be lucky to get it at first attempt, but a large number of people get it on d basis on Visa assurance...I got mine on Visa assurance base.. it also doesnt mean dt those who use Visa assurance get thiers once also cus I didnt get mine once but I didnt go to the embassy again again bcus my agent did it for me..what am saying is, I got denied initial but my agent didnt tell me bcus he wanted to do his thing, so a month later he called me and told me I have gotten d visa.... not all agent r scam, I am not an agent,
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Bettymi: 7:16pm On Mar 06|
Anyone know anything about V.N karazin school, lviv polytechnic national and yaroslav mudryu natuonal law university . i will like to know the good n recongized school.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Dudeladude(m): 8:49pm On Mar 06|
Bettymi:I think you should make your research online.. surf the internet for the school before you make any move so you wont get stranded
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by amadeeva28(f): 3:11pm On Mar 10|
Appointment slots are open now.
Only for March though.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Kylieeeee: 6:59pm On Mar 11|
Please how much is legalization at the embassy after getting the visa? I just got my visa but my agent is telling me it's 38k per document but there's 19k on the website for 5days.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Denry(m): 8:02pm On Mar 11|
Kylieeeee:please which one is legalization of documents again after getting visa?
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Kylieeeee: 9:13pm On Mar 11|
You need to legalize your Results and Birth Certificate at the embassy else you won't be able to register at your school in Ukraine, that's what I was told.
Is there anyone that has done the legalization at the embassy that can confirm the 19k price above?
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Kylieeeee: 11:02pm On Mar 12|
Do you have any idea about the cost for legalization at the embassy after getting the visa? And I heard it's possible to get transfer to another school once I get to Ukraine since I want to work to help pay for my studies. Is this true? Thank you.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by 9itro: 11:43pm On Mar 13|
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by 9itro: 11:52pm On Mar 13|
Please guys I want to apply for Ukraine Visa for Masters. I wish to connect with someone living in Ukraine to get some more orientation on how to go about the whole process and also know more about life in Ukraine and how to prepare myself ahead of time. God bless you all
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by anotherguyonNL: 1:40pm On Mar 14|
I have heard numerous crazy stories about studying in the ukraine as an african. Would you guys recommend it? Also is it possible to transfer from a university in the ukraine to another university in an EU country?
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by Dudeladude(m): 2:29pm On Mar 14|
Well alot of ppl have that intention of transferring to another EU country when the come but it doesn't work for alot.if grace found you,ur lucky den
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by amadeeva28(f): 5:23pm On Mar 14|
@9itro @anotherguyonNL I spent 4yrs in Ukraine for my undergraduate studies and these are all i can tell u:
1. There are alot of distractions in Ukraine and people tend to follow the crowd & datz one of the major reasons why they end up in trouble. If you are looking for a city with less distraction, i would recommend the university i attended which is Sumy State University.
2. Studying in Ukraine is very affordable including upkeep/accommodation but it varies with the University.
Schools in keiv are not as cheap as others (tuition is abt 2400 - 3500) for a masters program per year.
The advantage over keiv to other cities is opportunity to work while studying.
3. If you decide to study in my University, tuition per semester for a masters degree is 950 usd and you have up to 3 semesters to complete your masters degree.
Accommodation is 300usd per year in the university hostel which isn't bad.
Medical insurance/ registration rounds up to approximately 300 dollars if not less per year.
4. If you can afford studying abroad or if u av unlimited budget u can try Uk universities. Uk universities offers 2yrs postgraduate work permit after studies.
5. The reson why i chose Ukraine was because that was all my family afford but it was wort it.
6. You can choose your own part, people decide on their own watz good for them, i don't even believe dat people can be easily influenced wen dey are adults and shld av set goals for themselves. So it all balls down to you to decide on wat is best for u.
Wishing u all d best.
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by 9itro: 11:02pm On Mar 14|
Wow, that means Masters program is expensive in Ukraine. Even though I might not go to school when I get there cos I am going to hustle. Please how do I go about the Visa and what are the necessary fees. I just want to know my budget. Thank you all
|Re: Nigerians At Ukraine by amadeeva28(f): 11:53pm On Mar 14|
@9itro if you know that you can't afford even a semesters fees I would advise you to stay back in Nigeria and hustle a bit to gatther funds.
Things are not usually as easy as you may see it. Before u get into Ukraine you are going to spend alot of money trust me.
First step: You will need to get a study invitation from the university of your choice. You are required to use an agent in Ukraine or Nigeria for this. Different agents charge differently, some will tell u 300usd - 500usd.
If you are lucky enough to know a student in Ukraine that might be of help, the student may tell u 200usd..every thing balls down to who u meet.
Second step: Getting all your documents ready for your application:
Translated/legalized bsc certificate, transcript, birth certificate, medical certificate, HIV certificate
Medical Insurance ( cost abt 30,000 naira)
Visa fee (paid at vfs on the day of your appointment, this should cost abt 65k not sure)
Booking of appointment (you are to book an appointment via vfs website for the submission of your documents and it should cost around 9500)
Medicals (ie full medical checkup/HIV should cost around 30k)
You can check type D visa requirements with the link below
If you will be using an agent they will still av service charge, so that will be determined on what the agent charges.
Its alot of money for the processing and your not really sure if you will be getting d visa or not.
When u get to Ukraine, you ought to begin with registration in hostel/university to enable them process your povsvitka(ie temporal residence permit) and you are required to pay ur tuition immediately.
If your going with the minset of not attending school and hustling..that is illegal and once you are caught you would be taken to deportation camp and it won't be wort it.
Don't waste all these money for visa processing only to get there and be stuck.
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