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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lianna2020: 11:36pm On Jun 10|
I can’t find fault except nse that you didn’t meet.
You see this life, someone applied for a second bsc and was approved and another did same and was denied.
No two application is the same.
Let’s wait for our gurus.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lianna2020: 11:38pm On Jun 10|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by olupatito(f): 11:40pm On Jun 10|
I had a band 7.0 in in my ielts,which ai submitted with the application and later when I was asked for it again.
My eligibility review is recommended pass. My husband and I submitted mybankstatement too
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Lianna2020: 11:40pm On Jun 10|
Was any one lesser than 6.0 in each band?
Anyway that can’t be the reason.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by ooa1st: 11:50pm On Jun 10|
I think there's a mix up somewhere, since you submitted IELTS upfront and even resent upon request and the note states no NSE, then some of these info ain't yours.
I really wish you can appeal this decision, it's a straight forward reversion that will end this matter.
Sorry about this delay
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Thompsonpet(m): 11:52pm On Jun 10|
None like our God.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Iberisamuel90: 11:53pm On Jun 10|
Pls wat is the exchange rate for Canadian dollar using form A with zenith Bank?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by olupatito(f): 11:54pm On Jun 10|
I dont mind appealing,if any one can guide me through or give me the contact of a lawyer I can work with,biko
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by afomon12: 11:57pm On Jun 10|
Even if one doesnt meet Nse requirements, its not a factor in visa approval or denial. Nse is basically for fastracking the application process. Therefore, you wouldnt have been denied visa based on not meeting Nse requirement.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by ooa1st: 11:58pm On Jun 10|
Yet they stated no NSE
I don't think some of these VOs are on top of their game.
This is looking like clear error coupled with unwarranted delay/denial... Not fair
If I were in your shoes, I would institute a JR though expensive but this application will scale through.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by phaeedat95: 12:08am On Jun 11|
Please who's going to Thompson Rivers University Kamloops for fall 2021...
Visa submitted May 12
Biometrics request May 13
Biometrics completed May 17
NSE request May 25
I'm still awaiting my IELTS results...
It'll end in praise
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by nifnifemi: 12:09am On Jun 11|
Check Ogayemi immigration on Instagram.
I wish you all the best.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by ooa1st: 12:13am On Jun 11|
Do you use twitter?
If yes, reach out to Olufemiloye, HumansquadCA, even Frank of @gcmswriters can assist you with a registered and competent lawyer.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by bysolaro: 12:16am On Jun 11|
Greetings JustMellow and other gurus on this platform!
May God bless you all for the invaluable support you are providing on this platform…. Absolutely profound!
I would appreciate guidance, please. I just heard about the NSE route for study permit application and I would like to use this route as I fervently pray I can be in Canada in December.
Brief background: I am in full-time employment and done circa. 6 years with my current employer, schooled in the UK – undergrad and postgrad for 8 years, single, no kids, late 30s.
I applied for a Master’s degree (18 – 20 months full-time) at a uni in Vancouver, and start date is September 2021 with the possibility to complete the first semester or 50% of the course online whilst in Nigeria. I want to be in Canada by Dec so I can benefit from physical classes in January.
To be honest, this study route was recently decided on after my EE profile expired last month and me being in my late 30s left me with a score of 448. So, the funds I have amassed was for POF for EE purposes. These funds (about CAD 15,000) should be sufficient for living expenses, however, my dad has offered to pay my tuition fees but I don’t want him to know I would be going to Canada (he still sees me as his baby – lol). Herein lies my concerns and my query goes thus:
1. To improve my chances of securing a visa, should I get the school fees paid into my account by my dad and he issues me a gift deed whilst I pay the full tuition before applying? My dad will never show his kids his bank statement, so going the sponsorship route already has k-leg!!
2. If the above isn’t a smart option, how do I provide appropriate POF since the tuition fees, if deposited in my account, will reflect as less than 6 months in my bank statement?
3. Copy of International Passport Bio data page of Applicant’s Family Members OR Birth certificates (Parents and Siblings - Is this mandatory? I come from a polygamous home and obtaining these from my siblings would be near impossible…plus my father wouldn’t release his either…. He would even know I am planning to “japa” if I ask, and definitely won’t share!
4. With the above insight, what will be my best home tie evidence? My job, car, tenancy agreement, promotion? Picture with my dad, family tree (even though most of my siblings are in the UK and US)?
5. I have an account in the US I have been putting Dollars into intermittently….how do I use this account as part of my POF in mybankstatement?
Please accept my profound gratitude as you help your fellow frustrated Nigerian who seeks a life far away from the insanity in these parts �
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Enjay316: 12:25am On Jun 11|
olupatito:I am shocked at this oo.the question I wanna ask is
1.are u going for under graduate studies?
2.those figures like closing balance and all cud u please let us knw
3.do u have a Job and did u submit ur own personal account statement, pay slip and employment letter.
4.did u pay ur 1st year tuition fee complete?
5how long is d nursing course and is it a DLI?
am not a guru but we all cud help wen u give these answers.cos I see ur ties here as only ur husband which so many ppl here has gotten Visa with less but I noticed aside the land that u own,the rest are like joint with him.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Enjay316: 12:40am On Jun 11|
bysolaro:The tuition fee ur father promised to pay,is it for another master in Nigeria ?cos am a bit confused.which country does he want to pay d tuition fee in?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by olupatito(f): 12:43am On Jun 11|
1. Yes Nursing
2 I had about 12m in my acct and my husband acct had about 5m.
3 I run a business and I submitted my acct statement
I have two children.
4. Paid 18k tuition
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by cmoloks: 12:52am On Jun 11|
Hello everyone. I really want to thank you all for the invaluable information and advice given on this thread. I'd like to ask some questions.
I plan on go for a Master's degree in Electrical engineering.
i) I'd like to know if cash of about 12 million is enough financially
ii) I already work but my job doesn't pay me much do I'd like to know if uploading my pay slips in absolutely necessary
iii) Would paying for a year's fees be okay or I have to pay more upfront for a 2 year program
iv) Would a study leave be strong enough to cover for ties?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Teenie19(f): 1:06am On Jun 11|
Hello, first of all sorry about this delay. It can be really frustrating but it is well!
I remember frankrobbn mentioned that pre-assessment notes is done by junior officer and then senior officer makes the final decision. Your pre assessment note look good so I wonder what senior officer noticed that made them refuse your application. The other thing as mentioned by others is that it is hard to convince VO of progression when going for 2nd degree. On the other hand, it could have also been an error because errors do happen.
I suggest you order one more gcms notes to get a final overview from senior officer. Your application profile looks good and maybe you might just need to do some changes here and there depending on final note. Stay encouraged and see this as an hurdle you have to overcome. Good luck
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by olabisi6438(f): 1:55am On Jun 11|
How do I change GCKey email and password please
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Mofolam: 2:21am On Jun 11|
@olupatito I’m sorry you had yo deal with a strict senior officer. I would suggest you order another gcm note so as to know the rationale of the senior officer. With the knowledge of the final notes you will be able to tackle it head-on. I think it will be easier and cheaper to just reapply because getting a lawyer can be expensive
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by RxOtunba: 3:02am On Jun 11|
What about the part that states "lump sum deposits by spouse..." Did your husband send tuition into your acct?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Godlives1: 4:27am On Jun 11|
Sorry for your rejection. But you need to some issues to increase your chance.
1. In your SOP, you need to put up a strong reason to convince the VO why nursing. Your reasons must be convincing. What are you doing presently? Have you been working as a nurse? What's your employment prospect when you get back.
2. Your choice of undergraduate study reduces your chances. You need to come with reasons why you didn't go for postgraduate studies.
Your being financially established does not guarantee study permit approval. The VO might be looking at it from another angle. So go back address same of these issues, while we wait for the gurus (Lekiboboe, Frankrobbn1, etc) to speak.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Mobi22: 4:33am On Jun 11|
IMO I think the junior vo was satisfied but the senior VO wasn’t thus the refusal
The gurus would definitely know better
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by lightswitch007: 4:34am On Jun 11|
Hi nairalanders good afternoon,
I have lodged my application for OWP on May 19th, biometric completed, Medical passed (but no email notification). I was reading a thread recently regarding sending webform.
In my case, I have several landed properties and houses to my name. All scanned copies are over 126 pages. When compressed the size it was more than 4MB. When I compressed it more to fit in, it was 3.8MB but it was blurry so I decided to half the documents and send the rest as webform and explain my intention on why split the upload. All my properties are listed in my SOP as I want to have strong ties to Nigeria.
I want to ask was it a good decision to lodge my application with half of the property documents because they couldn't fit and upload the remaining as a webform days after?
@Frankrobbn1 @Justmellow @Adiekwe1@Lekiboboe @NairaLuck @justwise @Akannitommy and other gurus, please advise. Thanks
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Akanoa: 5:36am On Jun 11|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Backcheck: 5:39am On Jun 11|
Since weed is legal in canada, its safe to say the VO just had some.
You are going for another BSC in a different field, and the VO said ‘there is logical progression’. You met the NSE requirements, VO said No NSE. The senior VO probably reviewed the whole thing again.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by emmalextemtop: 5:54am On Jun 11|
Please am being granted a privilege of scholarship to study abroad, by the company (chairman discretion), where i currently work for like 11 years now though as a part time then but fill time after degree.
The scholarship came as a result of the empowerment program the chairman use to do to people and society and decided to shift this help to his staffs (educated and other qualities).
So, am going on a basis of this, please dose this sounds genuine.
And if the company is sponsoring my study which also state in the condition of the scholarship that i have to come back to the company, what are the documents needed from the company as prove? Thanks!
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Mcilfero: 6:37am On Jun 11|
Hello Gurus in the house. If one has previously been denied a U.S visa and has ticked that he was previously denied visa, should one dwell ot while applying for Canada visa. What aspect should I include and how can I deeply on it in my application?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by EmeeNaka: 6:47am On Jun 11|
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by Perseverer: 6:57am On Jun 11|
I'm deeply sorry about the outcome. What were the reasons given for your refusal?
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 19 by AOJoy: 7:00am On Jun 11|
Please who is frank and how can I contact him(e-mail address). I need a guru to help review my gcms notes asap.
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