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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Onlinedoctor: 2:09pm On Feb 23
OK, no wah ala I.will send now
Chiziteremary:
Online doc
Pls can u share a copy of the well constructed email u sent to IRCC. Pls that will really help us who are waiting

Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Onlinedoctor: 2:10pm On Feb 23
U know lie, I dey run go there now
Jessica50:
maybe he has gone to DHL
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Onlinedoctor: 2:15pm On Feb 23
Good day Visa Officer

Thanks for putting up with me regarding the numerous emails. It is not my intention to send you bulk emails but the need to ensure the family is prepared for my departure.

Secondly, I have many responsibilities in the office and to ensure my assistant is well briefed. A schedule has been drawn to ensure my handover notes are precise and adequate for him to carry out my job without any issues.

Lastly, I belong to a few association like the ........society where am the communication and logistic personnel. I need to give notice ahead of time to ensure no stone is left unturned.

I hereby appeal to you as a honorable member of IRCC in Nairobi, Kenya to assist in finalizing my study permit application. I am sure as soon as this application is finalized there will be no need to send you mails anymore.

My kind regards to you

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Onlinedoctor: 2:17pm On Feb 23
This was a follow up email

Onlinedoctor:
Good day Visa Officer

Thanks for putting up with me regarding the numerous emails. It is not my intention to send you bulk emails but the need to ensure the family is prepared for my departure.

Secondly, I have many responsibilities in the office and to ensure my assistant is well briefed. A schedule has been drawn to ensure my handover notes are precise and adequate for him to carry out my job without any issues.

Lastly, I belong to a few association like the ........society where am the communication and logistic personnel. I need to give notice ahead of time to ensure no stone is left unturned.

I hereby appeal to you as a honorable member of IRCC in Nairobi, Kenya to assist in finalizing my study permit application. I am sure as soon as this application is finalized there will be no need to send you mails anymore.

My kind regards to you
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by isysleek: 2:23pm On Feb 23
I didn't get your mail. Please resend.

purespikes:

Mail replied
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Chiziteremary: 2:37pm On Feb 23
Many thanks onlinedoc. This is a well thought out and structured mail. When did u submit ur application

Onlinedoctor:
Good day Visa Officer

Thanks for putting up with me regarding the numerous emails. It is not my intention to send you bulk emails but the need to ensure the family is prepared for my departure.

Secondly, I have many responsibilities in the office and to ensure my assistant is well briefed. A schedule has been drawn to ensure my handover notes are precise and adequate for him to carry out my job without any issues.

Lastly, I belong to a few association like the ........society where am the communication and logistic personnel. I need to give notice ahead of time to ensure no stone is left unturned.

I hereby appeal to you as a honorable member of IRCC in Nairobi, Kenya to assist in finalizing my study permit application. I am sure as soon as this application is finalized there will be no need to send you mails anymore.

My kind regards to you
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Chiziteremary: 2:39pm On Feb 23
Hello onlinedoc
Pls did u send this as webform too. Was is it only email u sent??
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by dgbanj: 2:47pm On Feb 23
Damask:
This declined payment is becoming something else for me o. I have used 8 debits cards in Nigeria, 1 in UK and 1 in US. All were declined. Please, for those who had submitted in recent time, how did u go about it?
Please have you found a solution
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Onlinedoctor: 2:52pm On Feb 23
I did not send webform but was jeering up to. I sent emails to abuja and Nairobi, if your timeline has passed average processing I don't see why u shouldn't
Chiziteremary:
Hello onlinedoc
Pls did u send this as webform too. Was is it only email u sent??
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by eniola1010(m): 2:54pm On Feb 23
hello team, you're all indeed doing a very great job here.

i'd be very glad if my questions can be answered by well-meaning colleagues here.

i plan to go and study in canada, however, the tuition fee is outrageous. i can only affpord half of most school's tuition fee. so i decided to use the scholarship means and also since i will be working, i can support myself financially with the wages i earn through working.

now, these are what is confusing me.

1) how exactly would i know if a particular school permits a student to work while schooling, because i heard some schools dont permit students to work while schooling. so how can i fish out those schools that enables students work while schooling, because so far so good, it is usually not stated on their site.

2) this is the part that gives me headache. it is evident that before one can apply for scholarship, one must have gotten admission letter, and for one to get admission letter it means one must have applied to the said school in question, and before you can apply to a school, you must pay application fee.

my fear is that, if i apply for admission to just one school, get the admission letter, apply for scholarship, and dont get the admission, then i'll have to forgo that school, because like i said, i can only afford to pay half of what most school's tuition is over there in canada.

so i hear people saying stuffs like, apply to as many scholarship as you can. but we all know that to apply to a school's scholarship you must first be admitted into that school. and for you to be admitted into that school, you must have at least paid the application fee. so is it that people apply to so many schools, paying these lot of application fee, and when they get the admission letter from these schools, they then begin to apply for scholarship in these schools, and anyone that gives them scholarship, then it is that school's admission letter they'll accept?

or is it possible to apply for scholarship in a school, even though you have not been admitted into such school?

please i really need help and detailed explanation on how these scholarships works.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by dgbanj: 3:02pm On Feb 23
gaeul:
For University of New Brunswick applications, it's best to send them inquiry email about your application. Mine was delayed for 6months, sent a mail and got my admission same week. So an email might come handy

Please how did you pay for New Brunswick application fee? My gtbank debit card is not working.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by dgbanj: 3:07pm On Feb 23
Makah00:


I also applied to university of New Brunswick for MA economics, but I haven’t gotten offer from them . What course did you apply to?
How did you pay for the appliction fee?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Ruby22: 3:19pm On Feb 23
khennyg:

You friend is rich o.. cos NAIT is f**king expensive.. and SAIT too.

REALLY shocked!!!!! I'm not sure she checked out the tuition fees o.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by NorthernshoreTS(m): 3:19pm On Feb 23
isysleek:
Congratulations!!

I also applied to same school and course but no response from them.

Please when did your wife apply to the school and how long did it take for them to respond?

UoR admission process takes a long time (atleast for MHRM). It took over 4months before she was given admission. So if your application has not reached 4months, relax it will come out eventually.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Bobomaigida: 3:25pm On Feb 23
eniola1010:
hello team, you're all indeed doing a very great job here.

i'd be very glad if my questions can be answered by well-meaning colleagues here.

i plan to go and study in canada, however, the tuition fee is outrageous. i can only affpord half of most school's tuition fee. so i decided to use the scholarship means and also since i will be working, i can support myself financially with the wages i earn through working.

now, these are what is confusing me.

1) how exactly would i know if a particular school permits a student to work while schooling, because i heard some schools dont permit students to work while schooling. so how can i fish out those schools that enables students work while schooling, because so far so good, it is usually not stated on their site.

2) this is the part that gives me headache. it is evident that before one can apply for scholarship, one must have gotten admission letter, and for one to get admission letter it means one must have applied to the said school in question, and before you can apply to a school, you must pay application fee.


please i really need help and detailed explanation on how these scholarships works.

Hi Eniola,

Planning to study to in Canada is expensive that is why most people secure help from sponsors to back them up, I do not know the kind of programme you want to study, knowing it would help in advising you on scholarship opportunities. To your questions,

1. Your study permit allows you work for a limited time during your studies, you have to strictly abide by the time allowed so you do not contravene the rules of the permit - so this might not be a good avenue to make money to support yourself because the job you will be doing will not be paying that much.

2. To access scholarship, a prospective student needs to check the scholarship on offer in the school they are interested in, what some students do especially those who are going for masters is to reach out to professors who are teaching courses in the field they want to study their masters and ask if they have funding for students who are admitted into their programmes. If the you are lucky to get a positive response from the professor and they have funding available, you can then apply to that particular school after confirmation from the professor.

The consideration is that you have to reach out to many professors to increase your chances of getting a positive response.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Bobomaigida: 3:28pm On Feb 23
dgbanj:


Please how did you pay for New Brunswick application fee? My gtbank debit card is not working.

DG, you have to use a USD card to make the payment, the limits on some debit cards will not allow you make the payment.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by sweetchi2411: 3:31pm On Feb 23
Yellowlady:
Good morning everyone.
Please I don't if this question fits here.
Please is there anyone that applied to the University of Saskatchewan for Fall of 2022?
I just want to know if anyone has gotten any response from them yet.

I did but no response from them yet
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by eniola1010(m): 3:33pm On Feb 23
Bobomaigida:


Hi Eniola,

Planning to study to in Canada is expensive that is why most people secure help from sponsors to back them up, I do not know the kind of programme you want to study, knowing it would help in advising you on scholarship opportunities. To your questions,

1. Your study permit allows you work for a limited time during your studies, you have to strictly abide by the time allowed so you do not contravene the rules of the permit - so this might not be a good avenue to make money to support yourself because the job you will be doing will not be paying that much.

2. To access scholarship, a prospective student needs to check the scholarship on offer in the school they are interested in, what some students do especially those who are going for masters is to reach out to professors who are teaching courses in the field they want to study their masters and ask if they have funding for students who are admitted into their programmes. If the you are lucky to get a positive response from the professor and they have funding available, you can then apply to that particular school after confirmation from the professor.

The consideration is that you have to reach out to many professors to increase your chances of getting a positive response.

thanks so much Babo,
it's MBA i want to do or anything finance related or perhaps marketing. I have an OND banking and finance from laspotech uppercredit. I also have Bsc in Accounting from Obafemi awolowo uni.

I will do just as you have said. I will write to various profs in various colleges, and anyone that gives me a positive answer, i will go with that uni.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Benstephen9: 3:40pm On Feb 23
How can I explain lump sum in my bank statement stating is from my Binance bitcoin investment account
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Joedave25: 3:44pm On Feb 23
Good afternoon friends and Gurus in the house,

I have been following up on stuffs here once in a while.Much thanks to everyone who have contributed immensely to put smiles in the lives of people on this platform.

MUN offered me admission into thier graduate school few days ago and I need to make part payment for the fees...

*****Please I need advise how to go about the payments hence I cannot do that online.

***** I also need samples of strong SOP. I hold BSc from faculty of business with over 10 years post graduate working experience. Your copies @mikano @mama12345 and others might go a long way for me.

Best regards.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Makah00: 3:45pm On Feb 23
dgbanj:

How did you pay for the appliction fee?
I paid with a dorm card
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Bobomaigida: 3:47pm On Feb 23
Benstephen9:
How can I explain lump sum in my bank statement stating is from my Binance bitcoin investment account

Crypto related transactions are usually difficult to explain, I would suggest you give them a background of the investment and how it came back into your account, mind you whatever you are explaining you must have documents to back it up.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by WESTERNCR: 3:51pm On Feb 23
Good day my people, for someone resuming for fall 2022 with study permit approval. When can the person travel to Canada that won't be too early?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Bobomaigida: 3:51pm On Feb 23
Joedave25:
Good afternoon friends and Gurus in the house,

I have been following up on stuffs here once in a while.Much thanks to everyone who have contributed immensely to put smiles in the lives of people on this platform.

MUN offered me admission into thier graduate school few days ago and I need to make part payment for the fees...

*****Please I need advise how to go about the payments hence I cannot do that online.

***** I also need samples of strong SOP. I hold BSc from faculty of business with over 10 years post graduate working experience. Your copies @mikano @mama12345 and others might go a long way for me.

Best regards.

1. Your request is not clear Joedave, however, payment can be made via form A using the new TRMS portal were you are debited Naira or direct transfer from your domiciliary account, which you must have funded with FX.
2. It will be difficult to get sample SOP because our stories are different, what you can do is do a draft and reach out to gurus privately to help you review at their convenience.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Bobomaigida: 3:53pm On Feb 23
WESTERNCR:
Good day my people, for someone resuming for fall 2022 with study permit approval. When can the person travel to Canada that won't be too early?

From August 1st, however, there was somewhere I read that students can come in at anytime now, bear in mind that once you land you would start spending that living expenses money you have saved.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by amila20042001: 3:54pm On Feb 23
You may wish to know that MBA in Canada is very expensive and I don't think you need to reach out to a prof (I may be wrong) before applying.

However there are numerous affordable colleges in Ontario and other provinces that offer post graduate certification in accounting, finance and business management related courses. You may want to consider them also.

Cheers

eniola1010:


thanks so much Babo,
it's MBA i want to do or anything finance related or perhaps marketing. I have an OND banking and finance from laspotech uppercredit. I also have Bsc in Accounting from Obafemi awolowo uni.

I will do just as you have said. I will write to various profs in various colleges, and anyone that gives me a positive answer, i will go with that uni.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Nicky123: 3:56pm On Feb 23
dgbanj:


Please how did you pay for New Brunswick application fee? My gtbank debit card is not working.
most of the time, it's insufficient funds that doesn't make it work. Make sure you have more than the application fee, like additional 5-10k
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Osemigho: 3:57pm On Feb 23
Ruby22:
Hello everyone

Kudos to everyone taking out precious time to help out on this forum. May God almighty bless all our endeavours.

A friend want to apply to NAIT- Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, but she wants to be sure if the college is good(reputable).

Is there someone who knows about NAIT and its reputation here. I would appreciate your recommendations.


NAIT is a very good school. I know two PR people that did Bachelor in IT there. They got a professional job before completing their program, probably through internship. However, the school is very expensive for international student. The person should check the program and fees very well before applying.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by dgbanj: 3:57pm On Feb 23
aamey15:
Yes i applied and have gotten my unconditional offer of acceptance.

When did you apply, maybe you should send an email to them to enquire about the status of your application

Please how did you pay your application fee?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Nicky123: 4:01pm On Feb 23
WESTERNCR:
Good day my people, for someone resuming for fall 2022 with study permit approval. When can the person travel to Canada that won't be too early?
A month before the resumption date and that should be August
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by amila20042001: 4:02pm On Feb 23
When you say expensive, like how much are we looking at? Estimate
Osemigho:


NAIT is a very good school. I know two PR people that did Bachelor in IT there. They got a professional job before completing their program, probably through internship. However, the school is very expensive for international student. The person should check the program and fees very well before applying.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Osemigho: 4:03pm On Feb 23
khennyg:

You friend is rich o.. cos NAIT is f**king expensive.. and SAIT too.

Not really. They are relatively higher than university because their programs are well known and industry related, particularly in Alberta. Some of their programs are two years with internship/co-op. It does not make sense for people to pay the same for internship year. So they increase the first year tuition to balance the second year. I rate both schools high for good technical knowledge, but I prefer SAIT because it is likely cheaper. At the end, it the applicant profile, interest, and ability that matters.

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