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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Zihno: 12:05pm On Jun 09
fearlessfang:
I have answered your question. I don’t know why you’re still spamming the thread

Wrong person. Edit accordingly.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by IggyAzalea(f): 12:25pm On Jun 09
Zihno:


Wrong person. Edit accordingly.

😀🥱

Divided house.

Aunty Debbieeeeeeee come n pacify ur puppets. They re fighting.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Villa12(m): 12:40pm On Jun 09
Debbieeeeeee:

You can defer your admission without your I-20. I deferred my admission without my I-20 and took it up the following year.
For clarification contact your school and stop relying on hearsay.
interesting. Please on what basis did you request for deferment? Health, financial, visa delay or denial et al
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Debbieeeeeee: 12:54pm On Jun 09
Villa12:
interesting. Please on what basis did you request for deferment? Health, financial, visa delay or denial et al
I didn’t disclose the exact reason to them I just told them personal reasons. Reason was I had a baby close to the resumption date and I got the admission the previous year, I didn’t want to adjust status in the usa so I decided to allow time to figure things out and take it up the next year. It was very easy and it was done via email, I got an update admission letter and paid my seat deposit thereafter for my I-20 a few months later. Deferring your admission is not hard at least it wasn’t for me. An email sorted it out. But I did this after fall session had resumed.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Debbieeeeeee: 12:59pm On Jun 09
IggyAzalea:


😀🥱

Divided house.

Aunty Debbieeeeeeee come n pacify ur puppets. They re fighting.
You’re the one dividing your house with your multiple usernames, nobody is fighting here.
Learn the words you use properly before you use them, what do you mean by puppet. Ignoramus USA lawyer apprentice iro
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by DanteSilva(m): 2:45pm On Jun 09
Hello guys.
I just got my I20 and I'm supposed to resume this August, what do you think about going to maybe Cameroon or Benin Republic to do my visa interview as they are no available appointment dates here in Abuja.
Thanks

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Prettyfranca: 2:50pm On Jun 09
DanteSilva:
Hello guys.
I just got my I20 and I'm supposed to resume this August, what do you think about going to maybe Cameroon or Benin Republic to do my visa interview as they are no available appointment dates here in Abuja.
Thanks

I am also looking for a date for Abuja
My classes starts in August
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Debbieeeeeee: 2:57pm On Jun 09
DanteSilva:
Hello guys.
I just got my I20 and I'm supposed to resume this August, what do you think about going to maybe Cameroon or Benin Republic to do my visa interview as they are no available appointment dates here in Abuja.
Thanks
Join dates search group they will release dates periodically this season. Just check here regularly, people will drop updates
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by OyoTunjiUSA(m): 5:30pm On Jun 09
DanteSilva:
Hello guys.
I just got my I20 and I'm supposed to resume this August, what do you think about going to maybe Cameroon or Benin Republic to do my visa interview as they are no available appointment dates here in Abuja.
Thanks


Hey 🤠

@DanteSilva. If you like go to Papua New Guinea for your visa appointment. The moment your nationality says Nigeria, then same policies will follow you.

1. Another disadvantage is that the USA consular would think that you are Forum Shopping which means that you want to use the 3rd country to improve your VISA chances.

2. Try change back to Lagos or is this your 2nd attempt in which you are supposed to wait for a specific period of time ?

3. You may join that group as @Debbieeeeeeee have suggested. Don't go outside Nigeria.


Best Wishes 🙏
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by JohnZak: 6:11pm On Jun 09
Speaking from personal experience from a while back -- I deferred my admission to my masters program without a need for my I20. When I was offered admission, I had three options. One was to accept the offer, decline the offer, or defer. I checked defer and my admission offer was updated. They did not request a reason for my deferment and I did not provide any. Very easy process. All of this happened at the level of the department. It did not involve the graduate school or the international student office.

If you are still unsure about the deferment process, email your graduate director or graduate coordinator and they will explain the process to you!


Villa12:
Please is it possible to defer admission when one hasn't sent his/her financial statements?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by JohnZak: 6:14pm On Jun 09
You can apply for an expedited appointment in Nigeria within 90 days of your program start date if you have not been refused a visa within the last year.

https://www.ustraveldocs.com/ng/en/expedited-appointment

If this is your first F1 visa and not an F1 renewal, I suggest you apply for an expedited appointment in Nigeria. It is best to apply for a first-time visa in your home country if that is where you reside full time.

While some people are lucky to get first-time F1 visas in neighboring countries, you will be considered a third country national and open yourself to unnecessary scrutiny. It will be difficult to convince a VO about your home ties to Nigeria.

My response assumes that you do not live, work, or study in Cameroon or Benin Republic.


DanteSilva:
Hello guys.
I just got my I20 and I'm supposed to resume this August, what do you think about going to maybe Cameroon or Benin Republic to do my visa interview as they are no available appointment dates here in Abuja.
Thanks
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by fearlessfang: 9:52pm On Jun 09
DanteSilva:
Hello guys.
I just got my I20 and I'm supposed to resume this August, what do you think about going to maybe Cameroon or Benin Republic to do my visa interview as they are no available appointment dates here in Abuja.
Thanks
You’re free to go there, if you can.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by omoakinsola: 10:20pm On Jun 09
Abeg person weh graduate with 3rd class fit do masters in USA? With a fully or partially funded scholarship. Just asking for someone.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by V1kt0r: 7:37am On Jun 10
Hello NL! Is there any available visa date in Lagos currently? Asking for someone who is planning to pay this week. Please, this is important.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Jauntybaba: 9:51am On Jun 10
V1kt0r:
Hello NL! Is there any available visa date in Lagos currently? Asking for someone who is planning to pay this week. Please, this is important.

Yes lagos have close dates such as
june 22, august 9 and 2nd

Check page 554 of this forum
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Prettyfranca: 10:06am On Jun 10
Jauntybaba:


Yes lagos have close dates such as
june 22, august 9 and 2nd

Check page 554 of this forum

How about Abuja
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Jauntybaba: 10:54am On Jun 10
Prettyfranca:


How about Abuja

Not sure about abuja

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by kitlady02(f): 11:21am On Jun 10
Good morning all.
Please I need your help, my J1 visa was denied in May.
I have applied again but unable to get an appointment date.
Anytime I click the option I have been denied in the last 6 months, it shows me no available dates.
I am contemplating using the regular appointment option. Does it matter?
Someone said it doesn't because it's a separate company not the embassy. I am really in a dilemma.
Will it course them to deny me again?

Because my training will start this June and I am already running late.

Please I need help

Please I need urgent suggestions.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by OyoTunjiUSA(m): 12:02pm On Jun 10
kitlady02:
Good morning all.
Please I need your help, my J1 visa was denied in May.
I have applied again but unable to get an appointment date.
Anytime I click the option I have been denied in the last 6 months, it shows me no available dates.
I am contemplating using the regular appointment option. Does it matter?
Someone said it doesn't because it's a separate company not the embassy. I am really in a dilemma.
Will it course them to deny me again?

Because my training will start this June and I am already running late.

Please I need help

Please I need urgent suggestions.


Hey 🤠

1. You are supposed to wait naturally as a 2nd timer or cancel your appointment and change to another location (Lagos/Abuja). And securing another F-1 VISA appointment by all means does not affect your visa decision providing that you are not impersonating anyone and the consular grant you the audience.

2. And to clear your notion, USA embassy official website and CGI portal as well as DS-160 portal are under same umbrella.

3. But, you seem to be rushing back to the embassy in order to meet up with your June resumption, has the USA embassy or the previous consular who interviewed you promised you the VISA ?

4. I think you are supposed to work on previous lapses, I mean why was your visa denied ?


Best Wishes 🙏
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Cheundaisi(f): 12:59pm On Jun 10
Good morning house. Please I need your sincere guidance, a friend applied for MPower financing to fund his education at a school in the US. Then, he received an email that he is having a deficiency because ffrom his credit history, he borrowed certain amount of money in 2021 from UBA which he delayed for a month befall he payed back. The delayed was caused because he changed job, and the former company did not pay him for the last month he w
irked with them.

Please who knows what can be done in order to permanently remove the deficiency from his account history so that he will be able to be qualified to access the loan?
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Cheundaisi(f): 1:00pm On Jun 10
Cheundaisi(f): 12:59pm
Good morning house. Please I need your sincere guidance, a friend applied for MPower financing to fund his education at a school in the US. Then, he received an email that he is having a deficiency because ffrom his credit history, he borrowed certain amount of money in 2021 from UBA which he delayed for a month before he payed back. The delayed was caused because he changed job, and the former company did not pay him for the last month he w
irked with them.

Please who knows what can be done, or which organisation can be contacted in order to permanently remove the deficiency from his account history so that he will be able to be qualified to access the loan?
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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by IggyAzalea(f): 2:14pm On Jun 10
Cheundaisi:
Cheundaisi(f): 12:59pm
Good morning house. Please I need your sincere guidance, a friend applied for MPower financing to fund his education at a school in the US. Then, he received an email that he is having a deficiency because ffrom his credit history, he borrowed certain amount of money in 2021 from UBA which he delayed for a month before he payed back. The delayed was caused because he changed job, and the former company did not pay him for the last month he w
irked with them.

Please who knows what can be done, or which organisation can be contacted in order to permanently remove the deficiency from his account history so that he will be able to be qualified to access the loan?
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🥱 Thief questions. I think @fearlessfang should answer u. He is expert in evil cut corners.
Beta go and find pple whu can give u bank statement 4 support. U re asking how to cut corner and abscond to america with uba money huh ? Police is supposed to arrest u with fearlessfang. how will u pay back mpower since u have duped uba ? Go n find bank statement. Idiot woman.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by fearlessfang: 2:30pm On Jun 10
Cheundaisi:
Cheundaisi(f): 12:59pm
Good morning house. Please I need your sincere guidance, a friend applied for MPower financing to fund his education at a school in the US. Then, he received an email that he is having a deficiency because ffrom his credit history, he borrowed certain amount of money in 2021 from UBA which he delayed for a month before he payed back. The delayed was caused because he changed job, and the former company did not pay him for the last month he w
irked with them.

Please who knows what can be done, or which organisation can be contacted in order to permanently remove the deficiency from his account history so that he will be able to be qualified to access the loan?
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Do well not to respond to that charlatan who quoted you earlier. I don’t think there is anything you can do regarding your credit record of late payment. It’s a red flag and it has affected a lot of people who borrowed money from banks during the COVID-19 era. You can’t do anything about it.


But you can contact UBA so they can give you information on how you can get that history taken off your account. Here in the U.S. if you miss a payment and it goes on your record, it would take 7 years or so for it to fall off your account. You see how long that takes.


I don’t know the rules with Nigeria so you might need to check.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by TheTechGen: 4:41pm On Jun 10
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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Christine77: 6:26pm On Jun 10
Please can sum1 add me to the abuja visa date WhatsApp group? Please I really need a date urgently. All I am seeing is nxt year Nov
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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by GboyegaD(m): 12:15am On Jun 11
yomm45:
Hello Everyone,

Please help!

My spouse was denied an F-2 visa in May.
It seems the VO wasn’t very much convinced about the authenticity of our marriage because we had the marriage in March this year (I came home) and/or probably no strong home ties.
Now, we are planning on reapplying.

My questions;
1. Has been anyone been through this same situation before? How did you restrategize?

2. It’s been over a week and our request to schedule an appointment hasn’t been approved. Please what can we do?

Thank you.

I do not know how this works totally but I do not think it is because of the date of marriage she was denied. I would suggest you review her interview to find what could be the cause of the delay and fix it.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by GboyegaD(m): 12:17am On Jun 11
Prettyfranca:


Last year when I submitted his statement it was $35,000 then and it covered my COA, because I had issues with the department, I was moved to another department this January and they issued I-20 form in March , another statement of account wasn’t requested. Maybe due to the issues I had with the department, my documents were forwarded to another department for admission.

From last year until now, the money has reduced…so I am asking if I can present the available 20k USD or wait for more money end of June . I don’t have any grant or scholarship

I would suggest you wait till end of June and use that time to ensure you tie up every lose strings on your end. This would include ensuring your story is tight and convincing enough because paying $35k is no child's play and you have to prove beyond doubt it is a worthy investment.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by GboyegaD(m): 12:21am On Jun 11
OyoTunjiUSA:



Hey 🤠

1. You are likely going for another VISA debacle because your whole scenario is like taking your priceless tie (which the USA embassy in Nigeria holds as a collateral for your return after study) away from Nigeria.

2. Despite the fact that the USA embassy knows that your wife must visit or eventually join you over there in America, but you did not even plan the whole visa process well. Applying for your wife’s F1-VISA two (2) months after marriage is too soon which will be term to relocation intents..

3. Consular did not doubt the authenticity of your marriage, but he or she doubts the authenticity of your mission. Your wife is expected to be visiting and coming back once in a while. She should have waited till Eid el Kabir or Xmas or other general festive holidays before applying for the visa.

4. Well , never say never. since you have purchased another MRV that means you are determined to give it a retrial. But a good counselor must have a clue of your profiles, copies of your previous DS-160 s, your academic standings in USA, your wife’s ties and your last visa transcripts in order to arrive at a positive re-application.

Best Wishes 🙏

I do not agree with your second point. I have a friend whose wife attended her F2 interview the following week after their wedding and was granted . For mine, we attended interview together two weeks after our wedding and were granted F1 and F2 respectively (however, in my case, I have schooled in the US in the past and that is why I wouldn't want to use mine as a typical example).

On the 3rd point, why would anyone expect his wife to be coming on and off if she doesn't say that is what she wants to do? Who is he suppose to sleep with when she is not around? No one will want to separate a spouse except the spouse decides to do that him/herself.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by GboyegaD(m): 12:32am On Jun 11
Ellskc:
Hello everyone,
A non-family member is sponsoring me for my education. The deficit is about $22,000, and he has double that amount in his account. However, I'm concerned they might require more proof of my relationship with him. I'm 16 years old and pursuing my BSc. My sponsor is a family friend whom I've known for years. He promised that if I graduated from secondary school with good results and received any type of scholarship, he would cover the remaining expenses. Fortunately, I received a full tuition scholarship.
Please I really need advice on this 🙏

You have a full tuition scholarship and your family friend is there to sponsor your outstanding (boarding, books, and feeding). This should give you the confidence you need to go get your visa. A simple question is how do you address him? If anyone ask about your sponsor, just state Mr X or Uncle X depending on how you call him and explain the relationship and how he has always believed in you and promised to sponsor you through school.

I would rather you focus on why the school, what your long term plans are, how the program will help you achieve that amongst others.

Congratulations in advance and I hope to read your success story.

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Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by Ellskc: 2:22am On Jun 11
GboyegaD:


You have a full tuition scholarship and your family friend is there to sponsor your outstanding (boarding, books, and feeding). This should give you the confidence you need to go get your visa. A simple question is how do you address him? If anyone ask about your sponsor, just state Mr X or Uncle X depending on how you call him and explain the relationship and how he has always believed in you and promised to sponsor you through school.

I would rather you focus on why the school, what your long term plans are, how the program will help you achieve that amongst others.

Congratulations in advance and I hope to read your success story.

Thank you 🙏
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by OyoTunjiUSA(m): 9:02am On Jun 11
GboyegaD:


I do not agree with your second point. I have a friend whose wife attended her F2 interview the following week after their wedding and was granted . For mine, we attended interview together two weeks after our wedding and were granted F1 and F2 respectively (however, in my case, I have schooled in the US in the past and that is why I wouldn't want to use mine as a typical example).

On the 3rd point, why would anyone expect his wife to be coming on and off if she doesn't say that is what she wants to do? Who is he suppose to sleep with when she is not around? No one will want to separate a spouse except the spouse decides to do that him/herself.


Hey 🤠

Your critic is not genuine and it shows that you knows nothing about USA VISA policies.

1. How many percentage of PhD applicants secure visa with spouses immediately after wedding? Phd applicants needs the highest form of concentration and taking dependents straight away with them as they are resuming school is usually view as a DISTRACTION.

2. You finally exposed yourself on the 3rd Point. Is the wife suposed to go and stay permanently with the husband ? Even the husband as a student , is he suppsed to go and stay finally ? Who is she supposed to sleep with when she is not around is a subnormal reasoning. She is supposed to visit and come back not to go and stay.

3. You are coming from another forum my friend. Go and Google PhD students in the United States and how esteem they are, as well as how delicate their F1-VISA is regardless of fundings.. And let me lecture you that your wife is your highest form of collateral that the United States embassy can hold in Nigeria as a STRONG TIE.


Stop misleading the public because you want to attack OyotunjiUSA.
Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 17 by OyoTunjiUSA(m): 9:12am On Jun 11
GboyegaD:


I do not know how this works totally but I do not think it is because of the date of marriage she was denied. I would suggest you review her interview to find what could be the cause of the delay and fix it.


Hey 🤠

1. Mr novice, someone applied for visa after 2 months of wedding and you do not think that it is because of date of marriage . NOW TELL US WHAT DO YOU THINK ?

2. You do not know how this works totally BUT YOU ARE CRITICING WHAT YOU DONT KNOW.

3. You are now suggesting that the OP who needs public idea and confuse to review his wife interview and suggest his own solution ? So there is no solution in your brain ? But you can mislead the OP by taking away the solution he has already gotten ?


Go and face your jobs in other threads. You dont have any visa and i doubt if you have a travel Passport. This adventure will not pay you. Dont join the failed groups.

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