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|Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by justwise(m): 8:33pm On Jul 30, 2022
This is part 22
Part 21 here for reference purposes https://www.nairaland.com/6957495/canadian-student-visa-thread-part
Visit Canadian embassy website here http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/index.asp for more information and updates
Good luck to all TRV hopefuls and to many of you here helping out with answers and words of encouragement a massive thank you to everyone of you, your efforts here contribute to the success of this thread.
MyBankticket for GTB process is really simple. On your online banking platform, go to download statement. There is the option to send statement to embassy. A list of embassies are there including Canada. When you click Canada you have options to select what type of visa you are applying for and whether you are the Applicant, sponsor or guarantor.
Requiremnts for the Nigeria Student Express (NSE) Stream
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by justwise(m): 8:34pm On Jul 30, 2022
This blank page is for any useful info suggested by members here, i will edit the first page to add such info
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by PatrickOkunima(m): 8:57pm On Jul 30, 2022
Long overdue. This is the thread I announce my PPR.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Gigdraft: 8:59pm On Jul 30, 2022
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR VISA IS UNDUELY DELAYED
I have noticed multiple complaints on this platform about the inordinate processing period for study permit applications. I empathize and could relate with the anxiousness, agita, distress, and uneasiness that are behind these complaints.
Therefore, to bring relief and enlightenment, I have decided to offer insight on the right decision to take when your application is delayed. I love to say little but in my little, you will find a walloping fragment of sense. Hence, I will keep this write-up to the shortest length.
What do you do when you experience an undue visa delay?
1. Raise a Customer Service Enquiry (CSE) Via the IRCC Webform Medium
The webform is the most efficient and quickest channel of reaching the Canada Immigration Department to process your application. This medium was specially designed to make application tracking easier. Thus, it is the mama that you run to when your application exceeds the current processing duration.
PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO RAISE A CUSTOMER SERVICE ENQUIRY:
The process is simple and illustrative.
2. Send an Email to the Department Processing Your Application
Before you do this, ensure you have waited for 5 working days. If there is no response, then please go ahead and send them an email. As far as Nigerian applicants are concerned, most applications are processed at the Nairobi Office, so here is an email address that you should employ: email@example.com
3. Contact a Member of Parliament (MP)
Once you have completed Step 1 and Step 2 and yet there is no change in your application, then you should create a friendship with patience for an additional 2 weeks. If after that, there is still no update of any kind, then you can write a Member of Parliament (MP) within the jurisdiction of your proposed institution. The office of the MP has unrestrained access to the Home Office, Home Secretary, and Immigration Minister. Such an office is equipped enough to raise an inquiry on your case, and you know what that could do to your application.
I must caution you to be as polite as possible while doing this. Your issue is with the IRCC and not the MP
4. Hire an Immigration Lawyer
Note: before you resort to this option, you must have ordered your GCMS note to ascertain what is causing the delay. If the GCMS note does not help, then instruct your lawyer to submit a Formal Request Letter on your behalf. Trust me, this has always worked. But, if it doesn’t you have the last option.
5. Request an Order of Mandamus from a Federal High Court
This is an option I can only recommend to people whose applications have lasted for more than a year. When you obtain a writ of mandamus, the IRCC officials would have no choice but to prioritize the decision on your application. So far so good, I have not seen any mandamus that wasn’t honored within 60 days. But, as I earlier stated, make it your last resort.
I have spared precious time to compose this for your enlightenment, and I hope it helps someone out there.
Lastly, I will leave you all with Habakuk 2:3
Quote me when you have your PPR because it shall surely come!
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by amila20042001: 9:02pm On Jul 30, 2022
This is my thread, thank you Jesus, I will be among the first set of applicants that will announce their ppr on this thread.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by SOPWriter: 9:05pm On Jul 30, 2022
How to Choose the Right School for a Postgraduate Program
When it comes to choice of school, some individuals consider this as an herculean task, and that is why it could be hard to answer the “Why this school?” question, when standing in front of that beast of a VO.
As usual, I will be brief while giving out my tips.
You are welcome to ask your questions as we proceed.
Search for the best set of schools in your field: There are numerous prestigious schools around the world, but each is known for the quality of students it produces (in a particular discipline or more).
Now, before choosing an institution that you want to invest your precious time and money into, you should crosscheck it to know if it really worth it. Go on the internet, and then research about its exploit in your field. A website such as https://www.usnews.com is a good tool.
Check the cost: There is this saying, “Soup wey sweet, na money kill am.” Meaning, something good costs money. The next thing after listing out the schools that are in line with your goal is to check the tuition to see if you are capable of affording them. If you can’t, there is option of financial aid, especially if you have good academic qualifications. Contact financial aid immediately! Inquire!
Check and confirm you meet each of the school’s academic qualification: This is quite straightforward. Visit the school’s admission eligibility page to see if you meet its admission requirements. Don’t waste application fee!
Apply: You are wondering if it is that simple? Of course, yes, it is as simple as that. Go ahead and apply to that school of your interest, and then follow up with the undergraduate or graduate admission office via phone call or email.
I have taken out of my valuable time to write this short piece, in order to guide someone out there, and I hope you will find this useful.
I wish that somebody a good kind of luck.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by SOPWriter: 9:15pm On Jul 30, 2022
A thread of grace, favour, and testimonies for all PPR hopefuls. I can't wait to comment multiple congratulations!
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Uzoamaka123: 9:17pm On Jul 30, 2022
My application is 2 months and 4 days!!!!
God bless bless me with PPR news on this thread.
Let me have full cause to testify �
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Fativivimat: 9:18pm On Jul 30, 2022
I book my space for my PPR on this new thread.
God is God!!!
I am on a journey of faith. Although I am not certain but God is on the throne and IRCC must answer all PPR hopefuls.
Let's all book our spaces. Rooting for us all!!!
With God nothing is impossible!
Why Worry, with prayer worries are useless.
It will end in praise! [/s]
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by 2pretty4u(f): 9:23pm On Jul 30, 2022
I will be among the first to announce my PPR on this thread. God is able.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by prospectiveapp: 9:24pm On Jul 30, 2022
I book my PPR space on this thread. I shall share my testimony on the first few pages of this thread.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by miimssss: 9:25pm On Jul 30, 2022
I will testify soon! I pray we all get PPR
Side note: God’s time is the best!
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by johnstan(m): 9:31pm On Jul 30, 2022
Kindly include *Canada study permit/visa* to the title so someone can search and find it easily, that's how I found part 20 and followed the thread.
God bless you for this thoughtful thread. It shall end in praises for everyone of us.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Pinkiestouch: 9:32pm On Jul 30, 2022
Booking my PPR space with faith.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Gigdraft: 9:40pm On Jul 30, 2022
I wanted to ignore this but who knows those I could save? I am sorry, but you are not entirely right. Consequently, I need to address your response to prevent “Had I Known” from the Newbies.
Your answer might be valid for a printed SOA. But how? Embassies verify the authenticity of financial documents by sending them to the issuing institutions. And, all the embassies could get from these institutions is, “Yes, we provided this document. It is genuine!”. That’s all. They do not elongate the process by including financial histories. This is why I affirmed your accuracy in terms of printed SOA.
Now, why are you wrong?
With the advent of MBS, embassies are accorded the right to 6-month period of your financial transactions. They can see your inflow and outflow. They can spot a lumpsum and query or deny your application for it. (Exline101, I hope you are reading carefully? In your own case, there was deviation from your usual inflow and outflow. And, I am confident that you employed a third-party Cooperate Account.)
Now, if you claimed a fraction of your account balance is for your study in Canada and still went ahead to withdraw this same fund for something else, what outcome do you expect? A miracle? God is not dubious, My Friend. Recall, I told you they can view your six-month transaction - you can guess the result.
My friend, Bigdaddy001, if I would answer your question, yes, you can make a withdrawal from your account but ensure whatever is leaving your account exempts your total of $10,000 (if outside Quebec) + your tuition.
I hope I saved someone and haven’t wasted my time.
@Bigdaddy001, Quote me when you have your PPR because it shall come to pass!
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by sammyfrance23: 9:54pm On Jul 30, 2022
I’ll testify on this thread
And I pray for everyone awaiting PPR that Almighty God will answer our prayers speedily In Just Name.
Starting from today we would only share good news���
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Tadewuyi206: 9:57pm On Jul 30, 2022
I will be the first to announce my PPR on this thread.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by sammyfrance23: 9:57pm On Jul 30, 2022
Give us landing gists please
So it can encourage us
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Teezkid: 9:59pm On Jul 30, 2022
New thread who this? Lol
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by NeedAdvice00: 10:10pm On Jul 30, 2022
Let me book space. I speak to my PPR
2 months later and God did it
Let me start by appreciating everybody here.
This is my 3rd application. Actually, I did not know today is my day of testimony or this application will be approved. I even started my master's in Nigeria already because I have lost every hope after 2 denials.
School: University of Canada West
Course: Master of Business Administration
1. admission letter
2. tuition receipt
4. my family picture
5. my picture in usa, uk, finland, and south africa
6. my passport and visa stamp pages
7. statment of purpose and letter of explanation detailing what has changed, which was written perfectly written by @Sopwriter
8. my father's company cac
9. his personal soa (both savings and current)
10. company 1 soa
11. company 2 soa
12. Introduction letter from one my father's company saying I have been working for the family business since I competed my bsc
13. my awards and certificates
14. my cv
15. my police cert
Let me add this, I did not submit my soa bcuz it is just school fee and upkeep allowance from my father that enters it so there is nothing hefty in my account so I was told not to submit it
I dedicate this approval to God almighty and my family. Appreciation also goes to @Sopwriter. This man really helped me with advices. He called me with his airtime and guided me from A to Z.
To other hopefuls, please don't give up because that last try may be where the testimony is. I started my master's in Nigeria already and today I am rejoicing
May other hopefuls testify.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by NaughtyBrainiac: 10:11pm On Jul 30, 2022
Hmmmm... Part 22
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Nobody: 10:12pm On Jul 30, 2022
Emi lo kan oooo
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by NeedAdvice00: 10:12pm On Jul 30, 2022
@teewahlorlah90 I noticed the eligibility around that 18 or so of this month
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by WiZiggy: 10:16pm On Jul 30, 2022
Booking this space for my PPR.
I asked, and he has granted my request. Thank you Yehōwãh! �
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by AbionaT(f): 10:22pm On Jul 30, 2022
I book this space for my PPR in Jesus name, I shall testify soon on this thread, it's my time and my turn.
What God cannot do does not exist.
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Treasure134: 10:23pm On Jul 30, 2022
Amen to all those wey don book space for their PPR on this new thread p.22
I book this space for my PPR news too
Thy(God) will be done
I pray for Grace oh mercy oh , just grace and mercy can do it
Testimony upon testimony my people. Amen
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Ilovemom: 10:25pm On Jul 30, 2022
please can I be allowed to have my medicals done at Qlife with just my medical request letter? I got a request letter but no appointment.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by MotolaniBolaji: 10:25pm On Jul 30, 2022
Please if you can see this message, my email is Motolanibolaji01@gmail.com
I’ve been trying to reach you via Nairaland email but it does not seem to work.
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Rahl007: 10:35pm On Jul 30, 2022
Hey guys, I need some help please. My sister is trying to submit her study permit application. She has filled the forms, attached and uploaded all necessary docs.
She then went ahead to pay. However it showed 'your payment is being processed. this can take up to 24 hours, we'll email you confirmation link' bla bla bla.
More than 24 hours later, she checked and it's just showing that the fees still need to be paid and when she clicks on continue application it does nothing.
We've tried different cards including my card which is a foreign card but nothing is working, it's not debiting me and not showing payment failed or error. Just the same 'processing' and then it reverts back to the page where they need to pay again.
Has anyone experienced this or have any input. I know IRCC's system is buggy but this is really annoying and I'm assuming all online applications must be paid for online and can't be done at the local VFS yes?
Any help from you guys on our next step would be appreciated. Thanks
|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by Gigdraft: 10:39pm On Jul 30, 2022
Unfortunately, your presence will not be honoured without a confirmed appointment. Sadly, Qlife has no available slot for August presently. You might want to consider IOM. Their earliest date is currently 9th August, 2022, which I feel is still quite cool.
Quote me when you have your PPR because it shall come to pass!
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|Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 22 by johnstan(m): 10:55pm On Jul 30, 2022
I second quote this.
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