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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by ShowYoung: 8:18am On Mar 11, 2022
Pokj
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Ruby22: 8:32am On Mar 11, 2022
technix:
Yes, you can change your institution by sending the new letter of acceptance via webform before the study permit is approved.

But if the permit is approved already, it's better you wait and enrol at your initial institution, then change your institution after enrolment.

If your permit is approved already and you change institution while in Nigeria without planning to enrol at your initial institution, then you need to submit a new study permit application.


Could you kindly explain how soon one can change schools inside Canada after enrollment. Does it have a timeline? Does the student have to be studying for a week, 2 weeks or fir how long. I will appreciate help with this from the gurus.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Jbrighto: 8:33am On Mar 11, 2022
Juicy7:
Hello a quick question
The officer at the border didn't ask you why you came 2 months earlier?
I'm planning on going July for September class
Is that an appropriate time?

They won't ask again. You can go
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by kennyjoy(m): 8:36am On Mar 11, 2022
ShowYoung:
Good Morning Gurus,

I want to ask if it's okay for me to apply based on my proof of funds.

My tuition fee is $17,593. I have paid $9,288 as tuition deposit. I believe the remaining tuition remains $8000+.

Now, I want to apply with #7 million Naira in my account. Is this amount enough as a self sponsor?

Another question, My birth certificate is missing, I have been using court declaration of age affidavit since 13 years. I want to get declaration from National Population Commission but they are saying I need to wait for 2 weeks. Is it necessary that I submit the one from NPC? Of what use is the NPC declaration of age in the application?

Kindly assist with these questions.

For your POF, Our gurus will throw more light on that.

To me NPC Attestation of Birth letter is more official. thou, I stand to be corrected. If you reside in Lagos, I can connect you with someone @NPC surulere and you will get it in 4working days.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Jbrighto: 8:39am On Mar 11, 2022
Aissy:
Congratulations for a successful journey may the land favor you. Please I want to know about what amount was in your account when they allowed you to enter?
I have paid half school fees and my parents are with the rest but they want to send 3.5M to my account so I can show them at the border? Is that okay? Also please did you have a dollar account ?

Pls someone should answer this. Pls
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Easy2018: 9:27am On Mar 11, 2022
Hello everyone,

I have applied to schools in canada. I intend to travel with my wife. What are my chances of getting visa for both of me and my wife to travel together?

Thank you
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by JNATH(m): 9:30am On Mar 11, 2022
Good Morning my good people.

Please is it mandatory that sponsorship court sworn affidavit must be notarized? even when issued by high court?.

Thanks for your swift response.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by yemiezay(m): 9:57am On Mar 11, 2022
Hi. Nairalanders. i am new here and i have been seeing post regarding Mpower Loan. please how does it work?
what are the modalities for someone to get a student loan with them?
what do i need to get a Loan?
is the loan easy to pay back?
And how long does it take to given a loan?

Abegg make person explain to me wetin Mpower loan be now
as i am yet to get my full tuition fee and i need how to go about the Mpower loan thing from someone who has collected a loan from them??
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Easy2018: 10:15am On Mar 11, 2022
Join the Canada PR and Study Visa group on Telegram for better interaction
https:///canada_pr_study

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Taiyejenny(f): 10:21am On Mar 11, 2022
kennyjoy:


For your POF, Our gurus will throw more light on that.

To me NPC Attestation of Birth letter is more official. thou, I stand to be corrected. If you reside in Lagos, I can connect you with someone @NPC surulere and you will get it in 4working days.


I don’t understand o, which one is npc for birth certificate, I lost my birth certificate also and I went to local govt to do another one �‍♀️
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by angel4sure: 10:22am On Mar 11, 2022
Good day my people. Hope your day is going well.

Pls why is it hard to get a supervisor in Canada schools for Masters. I have being writing to them yet no response. I earlier sent an email I sent to a supervisor on this thread and I was corrected in some areas of my email. I later revamped my mail and sent again, yet no response. I even used grammerly and depli checker to make sure my email was ok. Yet no response. Am just tired. I really need to leave this shit hole of a country, pls what can I do. I need to begin classes with the September batch, and Time is running out, but am yet to get a supervisor who has agreed to supervise me. Below is an email I sent to a supervisor 3days ago, pls is there anything wrong with this mail ���



Dear Dr. Andrea Kraj,

I am writing to express my interest in a master's degree position in your group. I hold a BS.c degree in Physics and Industrial Physics at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria with a Second Class CGPA of 65% (3.84 on a scale of 5.0). My undergraduate research was conducted on the Construction of a Solar box cooker, to convert Solar energy to heat energy in a confined space that was used to boil water. The study was commended as one of the best in the department.

To acquire more knowledge in the field of Solar energy, I got an industrial attachment as a Research Assistant at an Electronics development Institute (ELDI) and was posted to the Solar department. I worked alongside a Solar engineer and was involved in the construction of a solar phone charger, solar rechargeable lantern, solar information display, and solar inverters. Also, we carried out projects of mounting Solar panels (PV) for some homes, offices, and universities that were connected to batteries and inverters used to power their homes and offices due to power failure. I was later posted to the R&D department and I researched other renewable energy sources.

I went through some of your research articles, and the area of research being pursued in your group is very interesting. Going through your website, what my eyes saw gladden my heart. Your project work on the installation of a 900 kW PV System in Nicaragua is what I desire to do for my community and different communities in my country as a woman.

During my industrial attachment, I was made to understand that being involved in the Renewable energy sector is a man's world, and I seek to change that mindset. I come from a developing country where electricity seems to be a luxury that can't get to everyone, most especially, remote communities and these communities have abundant renewable sources( Sun) wasting away. This lack of electricity has brought adverse effects to the community in terms of employment and education. I seek to be that solution my community needs. Your publication on "Smart Cities Begin With You", caught my attention and I will appreciate an opportunity to discuss potential research ideas that align with your area of interest.

I am confident that my investigative qualities, independence, creativity, critical thinking, analytics, team player, presentation, effective communication, self-motivated, flexibility and adaptability, organization, time management, and target-oriented would be an asset to your laboratory. Just to also let you know, I just subscribed to your podcast- FEMPOWER. I believe that one day, I will post my story and it's going to inspire a lady or ladies out there, that no matter their gender, they can go into the engineering field and do what the men are doing, even greater than them. Am also a member of STEM. I am enclosing my CV and TRANSCRIPT. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing positively from you, as I believe working under your supervision will bring my dream of "Being the Solution the world needs" to a reality.

Sincerely,

Okafor Onyinye Augusta.



I sent my CV and TRANSCRIPT in PDF

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Taiyejenny(f): 10:28am On Mar 11, 2022
yemiezay:
Hi. Nairalanders. i am new here and i have been seeing post regarding Mpower Loan. please how does it work?
what are the modalities for someone to get a student loan with them?
what do i need to get a Loan?
is the loan easy to pay back?
And how long does it take to given a loan?

Abegg make person explain to me wetin Mpower loan be now

as i am yet to get my full tuition fee and i need how to go about the Mpower loan thing from someone who has collected a loan from them??

Mpower has few schools they support in Canada, go to their site n check if your school is among the school they support,if it’s among them you’re eligible for Mpower loan,
Their repayment is 10yrs
It takes like a week bfr approving the loan…. The loan will be disbursed to your school account few weeks bfr resumption … you can use the loan approval letter to apply for study visa; but I’m yet to meet who they gave visa with Mpower loan �

My school is eligible but I’m scared of taking the loan since repayment is 10yrs … how will I explain to the visa officer that I took a loan and the repayment is 10yrs when I’m still trying to convince them I’ll come back to my country after study….

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Legab1: 10:32am On Mar 11, 2022
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved.

Then came @Frankrobbn1. I came across Mr, Frank (CEO of fandrglobal.com) in my search for a reliable, competent and result-proven agent who could handle my peculiar case and put together a befitting profile for me. I had read several reviews about the quality of his services and how he had already helped many individuals move to Canada, but the unique thing is that none of these reviews even did true justice to Mr. Frank's efficiency.

Once I placed him on retainer, he assured me that I was in the best hands. However, this was my first trial and because of the peculiarity of my case, I was quite frantic. I called incessantly trying to know how far he had gone and how he was progressing with my application. Surprisingly, for a man with a busy schedule, Mr. Frank never lost his cool over my calls. He continuously reassured me that he was exerting his full expertise into putting together the best profile for me. Even after he had submitted and I would still call for updates, Mr. Frank still calmed me down by insisting in the quality of his competence which had already as he would say 'been tested and trusted'. Truly, I have confirmed the truth of the quality of @Frankrobbn1 's services because behold my visa has just been APPROVED for both myself and MY TWO CHILDREN!! Truly what seemed impossible has now materialized.

I pray that the almighty God will bless @Frankrobbn1 for me. The good Lord that used you to work a testimony for me will continue to elevate you. There are not enough words to express the amount of joy coursing through my body right now. My children and I will be making the move to CANADA!. Our migration success story would have never been written without Mr. Frank.

My fellow Nairalanders and aspiring migrants who are seeing this testimony and wish to make the move to Canada, my honest advice to you is to consult @Frankrobbn1 for his expert services on packaging the best immigration applicationfor you. I can assure you that whatever amount spent on procuring such services will not be remembered when you are staring your approval in the face. I wish you all the best and I hope to see everyone here in Canada someday. Thank you and God bless.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Themmiee21: 10:44am On Mar 11, 2022
Weeldone @ Taiyejenny,

This is a very valid point, let's hope at the gurus or anyone who has benefitted will come and give us what their experience is like soon as regards this area of concern.

I think somebody got his study visa through Mpower loan of recent here but can recollect the name exactly.

We shall rejoice at last..

Taiyejenny:


Mpower has few schools they support in Canada, go to their site n check if your school is among the school they support,if it’s among them you’re eligible for Mpower loan,
Their repayment is 10yrs
It takes like a week bfr approving the loan…. The loan will be disbursed to your school account few weeks bfr resumption … you can use the loan approval letter to apply for study visa; but I’m yet to meet who they gave visa with Mpower loan �

My school is eligible but I’m scared of taking the loan since repayment is 10yrs … how will I explain to the visa officer that I took a loan and the repayment is 10yrs when I’m still trying to convince them I’ll come back to my country after study….
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Jermaie0009: 10:49am On Mar 11, 2022
Hello house , Abeg To those resuming September when are we to leave Naija , is it 2 months before school resume or a month time
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by AbionaT(f): 10:51am On Mar 11, 2022
KellyKk:

I believe personal assets and financial status are generic reasons . In your GCMS note the VO will be break it down well well . Have you ordered for order your note Yes/no , if yes you will see something else aside this generic reasons

I was refused base on personal assets and financial status too but my GCMS states that I didn’t explain source of funds and which I did not true true
@ Kellykk
I have ordered for my GCMS note and it says
Document submitted show some funds seem available but there are concerns over the the source of funds, and if funds would be sufficient and available for the whole course. I am not satisfied that the proposed study would be a reasonable expense.
Weighing the factors I am not satisfied that the applicant will adhere to the terms and condition imposed as a temporary resident.
Thank you Kellykk. That's it
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Themmiee21: 10:52am On Mar 11, 2022
Congratulations, so happy for u..

Legab1:
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved.

Then came @Frankrobbn1. I came across Mr, Frank (CEO of fandrglobal.com) in my search for a reliable, competent and result-proven agent who could handle my peculiar case and put together a befitting profile for me. I had read several reviews about the quality of his services and how he had already helped many a person move to Canada but the unique thing is that none of these reviews even did true justice to Mr. Frank's efficiency.

Once I placed him on retainer, he assured me that I was in the best hands. However, this was my first trial and because of the peculiarity of my case, I was quite frantic. I called incessantly trying to know how far he had gone and how he was progressing with my application. Surprisingly, for a man with a busy schedule, Mr. Frank never lost his cool over my calls. He continuously reassured me that he was exerting his full expertise into putting together the best profile for me. Even after he had submitted and I would still call for updates, Mr. Frank still calmed me down by insisting in the quality of his competence which had already as he would say 'been tested and trusted'. Truly, I have confirmed the truth of the quality of @Frankrobbn1 's services because behold my visa has just been APPROVED for both myself and MY TWO CHILDREN!! Truly what seemed impossible has now materialized.

I pray that the almighty God will bless @Frankrobbn1 for me. The good Lord that used you to work a testimony for me will continue to elevate you. There are not enough words to express the amount of joy coursing through my body right now. My children and I will be making the move to CANADA!. Our migration success story would have never been written without Mr. Frank.

My fellow Nairalanders and aspiring migrants who are seeing this testimony and wish to make the move to Canada, my honest advice to you is to consult @Frankrobbn1 for his expert services on packaging the best visa package for you. I can assure you that whatever amount spent on procuring such services will not be remembered when you are staring your approval in the face. I wish you all the best and I hope to see everyone here in Canada someday. Thank you and God bless.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Maypearl: 10:54am On Mar 11, 2022
Legab1:
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved

I’m really happy for you. I can’t imagine what you’ve been through. I pray with this opportunity, you’ll find more joy and happiness as you and your family begins this new phase/journey of your lives. Never give up, cause all I see are big wins for you.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by stanchibu2004: 10:59am On Mar 11, 2022
Congrats
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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by NorthernshoreTS(m): 11:08am On Mar 11, 2022
fogechi:


That's what I did.

For education
2000 to 2004 Undergraduate
2018 to 2021 masters degree

Work activities
From 2000 to 2004 unemployed (undergraduate)
2004 June to 2005 Sept NYSC
2005 Oct to date employed

But once I include the masters degree under the education it keeps giving me error except I remove it leaving only the undergraduate
Hey Fogechi. You can reach out to me via my signature and I'll help you sort this out.
Godspeed.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Obibaby: 11:10am On Mar 11, 2022
So so happy for you. May God give you all you need to have a beautiful stay in Canada with your kids. Congratulations!!


Legab1:
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved.

Then came @Frankrobbn1. I came across Mr, Frank (CEO of fandrglobal.com) in my search for a reliable, competent and result-proven agent who could handle my peculiar case and put together a befitting profile for me. I had read several reviews about the quality of his services and how he had already helped many individuals move to Canada, but the unique thing is that none of these reviews even did true justice to Mr. Frank's efficiency.

Once I placed him on retainer, he assured me that I was in the best hands. However, this was my first trial and because of the peculiarity of my case, I was quite frantic. I called incessantly trying to know how far he had gone and how he was progressing with my application. Surprisingly, for a man with a busy schedule, Mr. Frank never lost his cool over my calls. He continuously reassured me that he was exerting his full expertise into putting together the best profile for me. Even after he had submitted and I would still call for updates, Mr. Frank still calmed me down by insisting in the quality of his competence which had already as he would say 'been tested and trusted'. Truly, I have confirmed the truth of the quality of @Frankrobbn1 's services because behold my visa has just been APPROVED for both myself and MY TWO CHILDREN!! Truly what seemed impossible has now materialized.

I pray that the almighty God will bless @Frankrobbn1 for me. The good Lord that used you to work a testimony for me will continue to elevate you. There are not enough words to express the amount of joy coursing through my body right now. My children and I will be making the move to CANADA!. Our migration success story would have never been written without Mr. Frank.

My fellow Nairalanders and aspiring migrants who are seeing this testimony and wish to make the move to Canada, my honest advice to you is to consult @Frankrobbn1 for his expert services on packaging the best immigration applicationfor you. I can assure you that whatever amount spent on procuring such services will not be remembered when you are staring your approval in the face. I wish you all the best and I hope to see everyone here in Canada someday. Thank you and God bless.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by ocpaschal: 11:13am On Mar 11, 2022
Ruby22:


Could you kindly explain how soon one can change schools inside Canada after enrollment. Does it have a timeline? Does the student have to be studying for a week, 2 weeks or fir how long. I will appreciate help with this from the gurus.
I'm interested in knowing this pls... Is it possible to change course to a different field of study that is not related to your previous degree eg from MA. Political Science to MSc Digital Marketing course ?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by ocpaschal: 11:21am On Mar 11, 2022
Pls I need advise. I graduated with a BSc in Political Science (3.04 CGPA) in 2015. I intend to study Masters in Canada but I heard that studying Masters in Political Science does not guarantee Permanent residency (PR) in the future because Political Science isn't a degree with skills in demand. Pls is this true?
If true, which Masters degree course can I opt for or change to even if it is unrelated or partially related to my background?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by walexing2003: 11:31am On Mar 11, 2022
Thank you @ShowYoung

ShowYoung:
Kindly do not part with Flywire naira payment as the rates are exhorbitant.

Select Flywire International payment in CAD or USD.

Visist Flywire website, type in your school name and get a receipt.

With Flywire receipt, you can apply for Form A on the CBN's Trade System. Flywire receipt in CAD or USD will serve as your school bill.

Documents to upload for Form A.
1. Admission Letter
2. Flywire receipt.
3. Highest credential (HND/Bsc etc).
4. Passport Bio-data Page.

Ensure you are sure of the bank you are selecting. Some banks do Form A only in USD. If this is the case, choose USD receipt on Flywire, but CAD will give the best rate.

Choice of banks to avoid delay:
Access Bank (2 weeks all currency), Jaiz (4 days USD only), Globus bank (1 week, USD only and BSC, MSc and PhD only)

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by prospectiveapp: 11:34am On Mar 11, 2022
Congratulations
Legab1:
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved.

Then came @Frankrobbn1. I came across Mr, Frank (CEO of fandrglobal.com) in my search for a reliable, competent and result-proven agent who could handle my peculiar case and put together a befitting profile for me. I had read several reviews about the quality of his services and how he had already helped many individuals move to Canada, but the unique thing is that none of these reviews even did true justice to Mr. Frank's efficiency.

Once I placed him on retainer, he assured me that I was in the best hands. However, this was my first trial and because of the peculiarity of my case, I was quite frantic. I called incessantly trying to know how far he had gone and how he was progressing with my application. Surprisingly, for a man with a busy schedule, Mr. Frank never lost his cool over my calls. He continuously reassured me that he was exerting his full expertise into putting together the best profile for me. Even after he had submitted and I would still call for updates, Mr. Frank still calmed me down by insisting in the quality of his competence which had already as he would say 'been tested and trusted'. Truly, I have confirmed the truth of the quality of @Frankrobbn1 's services because behold my visa has just been APPROVED for both myself and MY TWO CHILDREN!! Truly what seemed impossible has now materialized.

I pray that the almighty God will bless @Frankrobbn1 for me. The good Lord that used you to work a testimony for me will continue to elevate you. There are not enough words to express the amount of joy coursing through my body right now. My children and I will be making the move to CANADA!. Our migration success story would have never been written without Mr. Frank.

My fellow Nairalanders and aspiring migrants who are seeing this testimony and wish to make the move to Canada, my honest advice to you is to consult @Frankrobbn1 for his expert services on packaging the best immigration applicationfor you. I can assure you that whatever amount spent on procuring such services will not be remembered when you are staring your approval in the face. I wish you all the best and I hope to see everyone here in Canada someday. Thank you and God bless.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Yellowlady(f): 11:39am On Mar 11, 2022
Getting a prospective supervisor can be a bit challenging but you have to keep trying.
From my little experience I think this cold mail is lengthy.
I think your cgpa is low ( 65%) most schools want at least 70-75%.
If you are not sure of the conversion to percentage, you can convert your cgpa to a 4 point cgpa for the supervisor to have a better grasp of your cgpa at first glance.
More so, you can check for supervisors who specifically want students.
I sent about 10 emails and got 2 favorable response.
Just keep trying.

angel4sure:
Good day my people. Hope your day is going well.

Pls why is it hard to get a supervisor in Canada schools for Masters. I have being writing to them yet no response. I earlier sent an email I sent to a supervisor on this thread and I was corrected in some areas of my email. I later revamped my mail and sent again, yet no response. I even used grammerly and depli checker to make sure my email was ok. Yet no response. Am just tired. I really need to leave this shit hole of a country, pls what can I do. I need to begin classes with the September batch, and Time is running out, but am yet to get a supervisor who has agreed to supervise me. Below is an email I sent to a supervisor 3days ago, pls is there anything wrong with this mail ���



Dear Dr. Andrea Kraj,

I am writing to express my interest in a master's degree position in your group. I hold a BS.c degree in Physics and Industrial Physics at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria with a Second Class CGPA of 65% (3.84 on a scale of 5.0). My undergraduate research was conducted on the Construction of a Solar box cooker, to convert Solar energy to heat energy in a confined space that was used to boil water. The study was commended as one of the best in the department.

To acquire more knowledge in the field of Solar energy, I got an industrial attachment as a Research Assistant at an Electronics development Institute (ELDI) and was posted to the Solar department. I worked alongside a Solar engineer and was involved in the construction of a solar phone charger, solar rechargeable lantern, solar information display, and solar inverters. Also, we carried out projects of mounting Solar panels (PV) for some homes, offices, and universities that were connected to batteries and inverters used to power their homes and offices due to power failure. I was later posted to the R&grin department and I researched other renewable energy sources.

I went through some of your research articles, and the area of research being pursued in your group is very interesting. Going through your website, what my eyes saw gladden my heart. Your project work on the installation of a 900 kW PV System in Nicaragua is what I desire to do for my community and different communities in my country as a woman.

During my industrial attachment, I was made to understand that being involved in the Renewable energy sector is a man's world, and I seek to change that mindset. I come from a developing country where electricity seems to be a luxury that can't get to everyone, most especially, remote communities and these communities have abundant renewable sources( Sun) wasting away. This lack of electricity has brought adverse effects to the community in terms of employment and education. I seek to be that solution my community needs. Your publication on "Smart Cities Begin With You", caught my attention and I will appreciate an opportunity to discuss potential research ideas that align with your area of interest.

I am confident that my investigative qualities, independence, creativity, critical thinking, analytics, team player, presentation, effective communication, self-motivated, flexibility and adaptability, organization, time management, and target-oriented would be an asset to your laboratory. Just to also let you know, I just subscribed to your podcast- FEMPOWER. I believe that one day, I will post my story and it's going to inspire a lady or ladies out there, that no matter their gender, they can go into the engineering field and do what the men are doing, even greater than them. Am also a member of STEM. I am enclosing my CV and TRANSCRIPT. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing positively from you, as I believe working under your supervision will bring my dream of "Being the Solution the world needs" to a reality.

Sincerely,

Okafor Onyinye Augusta.



I sent my CV and TRANSCRIPT in PDF
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by AbionaT(f): 11:40am On Mar 11, 2022
Legab1:
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved.

Then came @Frankrobbn1. I came across Mr, Frank (CEO of fandrglobal.com) in my search for a reliable, competent and result-proven agent who could handle my peculiar case and put together a befitting profile for me. I had read several reviews about the quality of his services and how he had already helped many individuals move to Canada, but the unique thing is that none of these reviews even did true justice to Mr. Frank's efficiency.

Once I placed him on retainer, he assured me that I was in the best hands. However, this was my first trial and because of the peculiarity of my case, I was quite frantic. I called incessantly trying to know how far he had gone and how he was progressing with my application. Surprisingly, for a man with a busy schedule, Mr. Frank never lost his cool over my calls. He continuously reassured me that he was exerting his full expertise into putting together the best profile for me. Even after he had submitted and I would still call for updates, Mr. Frank still calmed me down by insisting in the quality of his competence which had already as he would say 'been tested and trusted'. Truly, I have confirmed the truth of the quality of @Frankrobbn1 's services because behold my visa has just been APPROVED for both myself and MY TWO CHILDREN!! Truly what seemed impossible has now materialized.

I pray that the almighty God will bless @Frankrobbn1 for me. The good Lord that used you to work a testimony for me will continue to elevate you. There are not enough words to express the amount of joy coursing through my body right now. My children and I will be making the move to CANADA!. Our migration success story would have never been written without Mr. Frank.

My fellow Nairalanders and aspiring migrants who are seeing this testimony and wish to make the move to Canada, my honest advice to you is to consult @Frankrobbn1 for his expert services on packaging the best immigration applicationfor you. I can assure you that whatever amount spent on procuring such services will not be remembered when you are staring your approval in the face. I wish you all the best and I hope to see everyone here in Canada someday. Thank you and God bless.
Congratulations sis, may Canada favour you and yours in Jesus name. Amen
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by Yellowlady(f): 11:43am On Mar 11, 2022
Most supervisors would have gotten most of the students they want to supervise for September 2022. So if this year doesn't work out you can start sending mails early for 2023 instead.
Just a suggestion.
angel4sure:
Good day my people. Hope your day is going well.

Pls why is it hard to get a supervisor in Canada schools for Masters. I have being writing to them yet no response. I earlier sent an email I sent to a supervisor on this thread and I was corrected in some areas of my email. I later revamped my mail and sent again, yet no response. I even used grammerly and depli checker to make sure my email was ok. Yet no response. Am just tired. I really need to leave this shit hole of a country, pls what can I do. I need to begin classes with the September batch, and Time is running out, but am yet to get a supervisor who has agreed to supervise me. Below is an email I sent to a supervisor 3days ago, pls is there anything wrong with this mail ���



Dear Dr. Andrea Kraj,

I am writing to express my interest in a master's degree position in your group. I hold a BS.c degree in Physics and Industrial Physics at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria with a Second Class CGPA of 65% (3.84 on a scale of 5.0). My undergraduate research was conducted on the Construction of a Solar box cooker, to convert Solar energy to heat energy in a confined space that was used to boil water. The study was commended as one of the best in the department.

To acquire more knowledge in the field of Solar energy, I got an industrial attachment as a Research Assistant at an Electronics development Institute (ELDI) and was posted to the Solar department. I worked alongside a Solar engineer and was involved in the construction of a solar phone charger, solar rechargeable lantern, solar information display, and solar inverters. Also, we carried out projects of mounting Solar panels (PV) for some homes, offices, and universities that were connected to batteries and inverters used to power their homes and offices due to power failure. I was later posted to the R&grin department and I researched other renewable energy sources.

I went through some of your research articles, and the area of research being pursued in your group is very interesting. Going through your website, what my eyes saw gladden my heart. Your project work on the installation of a 900 kW PV System in Nicaragua is what I desire to do for my community and different communities in my country as a woman.

During my industrial attachment, I was made to understand that being involved in the Renewable energy sector is a man's world, and I seek to change that mindset. I come from a developing country where electricity seems to be a luxury that can't get to everyone, most especially, remote communities and these communities have abundant renewable sources( Sun) wasting away. This lack of electricity has brought adverse effects to the community in terms of employment and education. I seek to be that solution my community needs. Your publication on "Smart Cities Begin With You", caught my attention and I will appreciate an opportunity to discuss potential research ideas that align with your area of interest.

I am confident that my investigative qualities, independence, creativity, critical thinking, analytics, team player, presentation, effective communication, self-motivated, flexibility and adaptability, organization, time management, and target-oriented would be an asset to your laboratory. Just to also let you know, I just subscribed to your podcast- FEMPOWER. I believe that one day, I will post my story and it's going to inspire a lady or ladies out there, that no matter their gender, they can go into the engineering field and do what the men are doing, even greater than them. Am also a member of STEM. I am enclosing my CV and TRANSCRIPT. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing positively from you, as I believe working under your supervision will bring my dream of "Being the Solution the world needs" to a reality.

Sincerely,

Okafor Onyinye Augusta.



I sent my CV and TRANSCRIPT in PDF

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by feistymikey(m): 11:49am On Mar 11, 2022
Congratulations bro, please what’s Switch health??
BeejayB:
Landing gist!!!
I got to the airport around 5.30 on March 9. They allowed my mum, aunt and uncle to enter with me after much persuasion..
As soon as we entered,the agriculture guys decided to check my bag and I payed 2k for declaration and a certificate I was given…

Next stop was British Airways desk. I weighed my stuff and had to do some rearrangements to avoid extra luggage payment. After that I went to the counter for my documents to be checked.
They asked for passport,Arrive can, PCR test, enrollment letter, and letter of acceptance .
Then I showed them the mail I sent to the school and their reply about how enrollment letter isn’t necessary. The lady sha wanted to be dragging with me. I know my rights. Enrollment letter isn’t really their business here and she took me to her boss and that one said I could check in without it..
She gave me a yellow card for immigration. I proceeded to get me boarding passes and off to meet my family.. this was around past 7.
Chilled with them till about 8 because it wasn’t easy for them just standing so I told them to leave and I proceeded to immigration. I was checked. Some men wanted to ask for money I said I didn’t have naira on me anymore.
Then to the boarding gates of British Airways. We were checked in at 9:56pm and boarded the flight at 10:48pm. Took off at exactly 11:26 to London Heathrow ..

Got to Heathrow at 4:40am (UK time). My layover is for 7 hours�. Did the whole serenren of finding my gate for connecting flight and security checks.. Just ask questions if you need any help, they are always available to help. No go lost o. Lol
Settled down finally at 5:52am.. called family and friends and then walked around to get brush and paste because BA said they didn’t have. I settled down again, made lots of calls and went to get breakfast. Relaxed and waited for my flight to Toronto.. didn’t walk around much because I was tired..

And the boarding to Toronto began at 11:06am
The plane took off at 12.30pm. We had a few minutes delay . Food was still trash. British Airways need to do better with their meal plans.
Got to Toronto at 14:40 local time . I did the self declaration and proceeded to custom to declare what I had as food stuff .
Then proceeded to the almighty Border desk
I was asked for my letter of acceptance and tuition receipt. I had only payed deposit but showed them my bank app for the balance of my fees. I got my study permit
Then proceeded to the arrival Covid test cz I was selected. Luckily I had registered for switch health so it was easy..
Waiting presently for my connecting flight to Calgary. I’m so excited because I’ll be seeing my nephew for the first time since he was born 4 years ago and seeing my sister after 5 years.
Allihamdulilah
My class starts in May so I have time to get familiar with the place and spend time with my family.

I wish everyone the best.. feel free to ask me any questions

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by walexing2003: 11:53am On Mar 11, 2022
Congratulations.

Please what is affidavit of return?

Legab1:
Hello my fellow nairalanders and aspiring migrants. I wish for you all to felicitate with me as I have been duly approved by the IRCC to travel to Canada with my TWO KIDS. Truly this had seemed like an impossible feat for me but like they say God made a way where there seemed to be none.

Breakdown of my timeline:
Application was submitted: November 27, 2021
Medical Request: February 9, 2022
Original Passport Request: March 4, 2022
Arrival of my stamped visa passport from VFS: March 10, 2022.


Below are custom list of documents I submitted with my study visa application.

IRCC FORMS
1. Barcode Page
2. Application for Study Permit Made Outside of Canada (IMM1294E),
3. Family Information form (IMM5645E)
4. Temporary Resident form (IMM5257B)


My Personal Documents
1. Conestoga Unconditional Official Letter of Admission,
2. Tuition deposit receipt. I only paid ($1,500CAD)
3. My Birth Certificate,
4. Police Character Certificate,
5. WAEC Certificate,
6. My International Passport Bio data page,
7. Family picture.
8. Statement of Purpose
9. My NYSC discharge certificate
10. Degree certificate
11. Transcripts
12. Social club letters
13. Landed properties in Nigeria (Deed of Assignments),
14. Scanned pages of my previous visas to Dubai
15. Passport Photograph.
16. IELTS Certificate
17. My Husband's death certificate
18. Affidavit of Return


Employment documents/Source of Income Documents:
1. Letter of Introduction from my personal company.
2. Statement of Account (Personal Account)
4. Bank reference letter
3. Certificate of business registration (CAC)
4. Particulars of directors of my company.
5. Article of association and memorandum
6. PDF screenshot Instagram handle and other social media platforms where my business features
8. Business invoices.
9. Pictures with my employees


My Children Documents

1. International passport bio data pages of my kids
2. Letter of Introduction from my children educational institution in Nigeria
3. Email correspondence with a Daycare/school around Conestoga College showing that my kids have been waitlisted.
4. Passport Photographs of my kids
5. Report sheet from my Children educational institution.


Having lost my husband a while back and with the current state of the country as we all know, I made the decision to migrate to Canada with my two children through the Canadian study route. After conducting various researches and upon some consultations, I began to feel like this was an impossible feat as I came across various takes from individuals claiming how nearly impossible getting an approval would be for me. This was exacerbated by the fact that the program I was applying for was totally different from my educational background (You see, I had applied for a Global Hospitality Management program with a previous degree in Accounting). According to various people, this further slimmed my chances of having my visa approved.

Then came @Frankrobbn1. I came across Mr, Frank (CEO of fandrglobal.com) in my search for a reliable, competent and result-proven agent who could handle my peculiar case and put together a befitting profile for me. I had read several reviews about the quality of his services and how he had already helped many individuals move to Canada, but the unique thing is that none of these reviews even did true justice to Mr. Frank's efficiency.

Once I placed him on retainer, he assured me that I was in the best hands. However, this was my first trial and because of the peculiarity of my case, I was quite frantic. I called incessantly trying to know how far he had gone and how he was progressing with my application. Surprisingly, for a man with a busy schedule, Mr. Frank never lost his cool over my calls. He continuously reassured me that he was exerting his full expertise into putting together the best profile for me. Even after he had submitted and I would still call for updates, Mr. Frank still calmed me down by insisting in the quality of his competence which had already as he would say 'been tested and trusted'. Truly, I have confirmed the truth of the quality of @Frankrobbn1 's services because behold my visa has just been APPROVED for both myself and MY TWO CHILDREN!! Truly what seemed impossible has now materialized.

I pray that the almighty God will bless @Frankrobbn1 for me. The good Lord that used you to work a testimony for me will continue to elevate you. There are not enough words to express the amount of joy coursing through my body right now. My children and I will be making the move to CANADA!. Our migration success story would have never been written without Mr. Frank.

My fellow Nairalanders and aspiring migrants who are seeing this testimony and wish to make the move to Canada, my honest advice to you is to consult @Frankrobbn1 for his expert services on packaging the best immigration applicationfor you. I can assure you that whatever amount spent on procuring such services will not be remembered when you are staring your approval in the face. I wish you all the best and I hope to see everyone here in Canada someday. Thank you and God bless.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by BoluwajiPieters: 11:54am On Mar 11, 2022
angel4sure:
Good day my people. Hope your day is going well.

Pls why is it hard to get a supervisor in Canada schools for Masters. I have being writing to them yet no response. I earlier sent an email I sent to a supervisor on this thread and I was corrected in some areas of my email. I later revamped my mail and sent again, yet no response. I even used grammerly and depli checker to make sure my email was ok. Yet no response. Am just tired. I really need to leave this shit hole of a country, pls what can I do. I need to begin classes with the September batch, and Time is running out, but am yet to get a supervisor who has agreed to supervise me. Below is an email I sent to a supervisor 3days ago, pls is there anything wrong with this mail ���



Dear Dr. Andrea Kraj,

I am writing to express my interest in a master's degree position in your group. I hold a BS.c degree in Physics and Industrial Physics at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Nigeria with a Second Class CGPA of 65% (3.84 on a scale of 5.0). My undergraduate research was conducted on the Construction of a Solar box cooker, to convert Solar energy to heat energy in a confined space that was used to boil water. The study was commended as one of the best in the department.

To acquire more knowledge in the field of Solar energy, I got an industrial attachment as a Research Assistant at an Electronics development Institute (ELDI) and was posted to the Solar department. I worked alongside a Solar engineer and was involved in the construction of a solar phone charger, solar rechargeable lantern, solar information display, and solar inverters. Also, we carried out projects of mounting Solar panels (PV) for some homes, offices, and universities that were connected to batteries and inverters used to power their homes and offices due to power failure. I was later posted to the R&grin department and I researched other renewable energy sources.

I went through some of your research articles, and the area of research being pursued in your group is very interesting. Going through your website, what my eyes saw gladden my heart. Your project work on the installation of a 900 kW PV System in Nicaragua is what I desire to do for my community and different communities in my country as a woman.

During my industrial attachment, I was made to understand that being involved in the Renewable energy sector is a man's world, and I seek to change that mindset. I come from a developing country where electricity seems to be a luxury that can't get to everyone, most especially, remote communities and these communities have abundant renewable sources( Sun) wasting away. This lack of electricity has brought adverse effects to the community in terms of employment and education. I seek to be that solution my community needs. Your publication on "Smart Cities Begin With You", caught my attention and I will appreciate an opportunity to discuss potential research ideas that align with your area of interest.

I am confident that my investigative qualities, independence, creativity, critical thinking, analytics, team player, presentation, effective communication, self-motivated, flexibility and adaptability, organization, time management, and target-oriented would be an asset to your laboratory. Just to also let you know, I just subscribed to your podcast- FEMPOWER. I believe that one day, I will post my story and it's going to inspire a lady or ladies out there, that no matter their gender, they can go into the engineering field and do what the men are doing, even greater than them. Am also a member of STEM. I am enclosing my CV and TRANSCRIPT. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing positively from you, as I believe working under your supervision will bring my dream of "Being the Solution the world needs" to a reality.

Sincerely,

Okafor Onyinye Augusta.



I sent my CV and TRANSCRIPT in PDF

Good morning, while I'm no expert in this issue and considering the fact that I'm yet to send cold mails myself, I feel this mail is too long without proper emphasis on what you want to bring to the table. You definitely mentioned the skills and knowledge you've but that's in a very generic way. You can dote more on your research interest (how you'd want him/her to mentor your work and a short summary of what your proposed research will be about) bearing in mind that it must align with his/her (potential supervisor) own research interests. You can also try to talk about how one or more of her publications can serve as a building block to your own research work.

Another thing is the fact that for Canada, you'd need to send a large number of mails to get responses. Sometimes, up to 30 or 40.

cc: Vonvictor. Abeg come and put mouth for this matter oooo

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 21 by BoluwajiPieters: 11:55am On Mar 11, 2022
Yellowlady:
Most supervisors would have gotten most of the students they want to supervise for September 2022. So if this year doesn't work out you can start sending mails early for 2023 instead.
Just a suggestion.

Very true!

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