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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Gentlesoul3268: 9:47am On Jul 26, 2023
You have to excercise a patient because NO one here know what wrong.

By God grace you will receive your PPR soon!!!!


sunkanmi2211:
My reapplication is 9 weeks and 2 days upfront medical was updated since 31th of may applied 22 of may
Is there anything wrong with my application?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by sunkanmi2211: 10:27am On Jul 26, 2023
Aminnnn
Just curious that’s why because I want to use the money in the account I used for POF
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 10:28am On Jul 26, 2023
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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Letusconnect: 10:31am On Jul 26, 2023
Please, is it better to do MBS or the normal statement?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by oriented(m): 10:32am On Jul 26, 2023
Please let’s connect. I too applied from Uk on 28june but no response yet. When did u apply
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 10:33am On Jul 26, 2023
oriented:
Please let’s connect. I too applied from Uk on 28june but no response yet. When did u apply

I applied on the 12 July
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by oriented(m): 10:36am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:
My people, got this from IRCC yesterday. Anyone been asked these type of questions?

Also, is the Canadian job market that bad, this one wey visa officer dey discourage me from moving there from the U.K

Context: My spouse has been granted her study visa. She told them that I and our daughter were not going with her, just for ties. I have now applied for my SOWP and her VV, and they sent me these two big

Please let’s connect. I too applied 28 June yet no response. When did u apply? Can I dm you via email?

questions.... grin grin grin cheesy cheesy
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by oriented(m): 10:37am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:
My people, got this from IRCC yesterday. Anyone been asked these type of questions?

Also, is the Canadian job market that bad, this one wey visa officer dey discourage me from moving there from the U.K

Context: My spouse has been granted her study visa. She told them that I and our daughter were not going with her, just for ties. I have now applied for my SOWP and her VV, and they sent me these two big
questions.... grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

Please let’s connect
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 10:39am On Jul 26, 2023
oriented:


Please let’s connect

Sure, dm
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Nik4kk: 10:51am On Jul 26, 2023
Someone help me please
I have completed my medical exam since last week monday and im yet to get any update from iom .

Will i receive confirmation my results have been sent ?
Im starting to get worried
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Bobomaigida: 10:52am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:
My people, got this from IRCC yesterday. Anyone been asked these type of questions?

Also, is the Canadian job market that bad, this one wey visa officer dey discourage me from moving there from the U.K

Context: My spouse has been granted her study visa. She told them that I and our daughter were not going with her, just for ties. I have now applied for my SOWP and her VV, and they sent me these two big questions.... grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

I think the VO is leveraging on your job which you might have pushed its significance very much during her application. I will suggest you put your response in an emotional way to explain that your the family being apart will be detrimental to your wellbeing, that you had thought that the time apart will not cause problems, but you have realized that it a source of concern.

For the second part I will suggest you state that the wellbeing and happiness of your family is paramount to you and since you have the POF to take care yourselves already, then leaving the job in UK was not difficult, and that staying to do the job in UK without being happy will not help you, and that coming to Canada to work [b]temporarily [/b]will be more fulfilling since you will be around your loved ones.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by ogeoflyf(f): 10:52am On Jul 26, 2023
Good day all please for a Canadian PR which IELTS should I take ( general or academic ) ??
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Letusconnect: 10:54am On Jul 26, 2023
Letusconnect:
Please, is it better to do MBS or the normal statement?

Please, I need a response.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Gentlesoul3268: 10:56am On Jul 26, 2023
Not that officer dey discouraged you from moving there from the UK,

I sense that the officer imagine that why do you want to leave your job (highly skilled) in the UK and move to Canada and begin to search for a job while you already had a job doing in the UK?

What you suppose to apply for is a visitor visa, so it will look as if you would be visiting your wife not moving there through (SOWP)

You can flagpole with your visitor visa to SOWP I did mean you have knew this before.

You need to write a convincing letter bro.


nnamdi346:
My people, got this from IRCC yesterday. Anyone been asked these type of questions?

Also, is the Canadian job market that bad, this one wey visa officer dey discourage me from moving there from the U.K

Context: My spouse has been granted her study visa. She told them that I and our daughter were not going with her, just for ties. I have now applied for my SOWP and her VV, and they sent me these two big questions.... grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Gentlesoul3268: 10:58am On Jul 26, 2023
Nice write up bro




Bobomaigida:


I think the VO is leveraging on your job which you might have pushed its significance very much during her application. I will suggest you put your response in an emotional way to explain that your the family being apart will be detrimental to your wellbeing, that you had thought that the time apart will not cause problems, but you have realized that it a source of concern.

For the second part I will suggest you state that the wellbeing and happiness of your family is paramount to you and since you have the POF to take care yourselves already, then leaving the job in UK was not difficult, and that staying to do the job in UK without being happy will not help you, and that coming to Canada to work [b]temporarily [/b]will be more fulfilling since you will be around your loved ones.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Inessa: 11:13am On Jul 26, 2023
I book also a place on this new thread for my PPR oh

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 11:36am On Jul 26, 2023
Bobomaigida:


I think the VO is leveraging on your job which you might have pushed its significance very much during her application. I will suggest you put your response in an emotional way to explain that your the family being apart will be detrimental to your wellbeing, that you had thought that the time apart will not cause problems, but you have realized that it a source of concern.

For the second part, I will suggest you state that the wellbeing and happiness of your family is paramount to you and since you have the POF to take care yourselves already, then leaving the job in UK was not difficult, and that staying to do the job in UK without being happy will not help you, and that coming to Canada to work [b]temporarily [/b]will be more fulfilling since you will be around your loved ones.

Thanks boss, very similar to how I drafted the responses same yesterday.

For the first, I said we underestimated the impact of staying apart as a family and had to do a reassessment of our decision...etc

For the second, because the VO wants me to demonstrate "the rationale for leaving a professional job for a menial job" in the event that I don't land a SIMILAR professional job easily, I said in my response that I am in talk with my HR for a transfer to one of our offices in Toronto, Canada (i provided evidence) and also provided email correspondences of two interviews I am having with two similar companies, one based in Toronto and the other in Vancouver as a contingency plan, in case the transfer fails. Further went ahead to say that if I eventual get an offer from any of the companies I am interviewing with, I would not be able to resume until I provide my right to work, and my HR will move things forward if I provide them with my open work permit. Then added a last line, saying while I love my job, my family is more important to me etc.

I just got a correspondence letter now. I am not sure if that is good or bad sign. What does that mean?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 11:37am On Jul 26, 2023
Gentlesoul3268:

Not that officer dey discouraged you from moving there from the UK,

I sense that the officer imagine that why do you want to leave your job (highly skilled) in the UK and move to Canada and begin to search for a job while you already had a job doing in the UK?

What you suppose to apply for is a visitor visa, so it will look as if you would be visiting your wife not moving there through (SOWP)

You can flagpole with your visitor visa to SOWP I did mean you have knew this before.

You need to write a convincing letter bro.



Good point but I have heard instances where they refuse spouses who applied for Visitor's Visa when they should be applying for SOWP regardless.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Nik4kk: 11:40am On Jul 26, 2023
Nik4kk:
Someone help me please
I have completed my medical exam since last week monday and im yet to get any update from iom .

Will i receive confirmation my results have been sent ?
Im starting to get worried

Anybody?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by skentelelady(f): 11:41am On Jul 26, 2023
Gentlesoul3268:
This is my little insight phamoxy,

1 How much do you earn as income to accumulated 17m plus as your opening balance ?

2. You said your opening balance is 17m and the closing balance is 19m + from the gcm note you attached, how many month bank statement do you submitted? Because is just 2m+ income added to the opening balance of 17m+ that making your closing balance 19m+

3. What is your income and how many months bank statement do you submitted? Because if you read your note very well they said there is limited evidence pertaining to the source on stated funds ?

If you can provide like 1 yrs bank statement to justify how you accumulated 17m as your opening balance? Do you used this bank account to received lumps sum money from sales of any properties or whatever?

4. The 2m + that added with your opening balance to make your closing balance of 19m+ as justify from your income to determine if 17m+ is acquired from your income?

Solution I will suggest is that you should present 1 yrs or more to proof how you raised the 17m+ as your opening balance, if there's any payments that accumulated the funds in your account you need to show the proof with documents to back it up .

Your payslips can only justify if your income within period you added 2m+ that making your closing balance of 19m+ corelate with your earning,

For example if you are earning 500k monthly in 4 month that would be 2m, meaning that you submitted only 4 month bank statement with opening balance of 17m+?

Or let say you are earning less than 500k how do you accumulated 17m+ with income less than 500k monthly ?

Note: They believe you will have a monthly expenses and what left after your monthly expenditures?

Please you need to work on your bank statement to see if there's any lumps sum in your account, and try to explain if there's any lumps sum with evidence.








I love your well detailed explanation . Keep it up
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 11:45am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:


Thanks boss, very similar to how I drafted the responses same yesterday.

For the first, I said we underestimated the impact of staying apart as a family and had to do a reassessment of our decision...etc

For the second, because the VO wants me to demonstrate "the rationale for leaving a professional job for a menial job" in the event that I don't land a SIMILAR professional job easily, I said in my response that I am in talk with my HR for a transfer to one of our offices in Toronto, Canada (i provided evidence) and also provided email correspondences of two interviews I am having with two similar companies, one based in Toronto and the other in Vancouver as a contingency plan, in case the transfer fails. Further went ahead to say that if I eventual get an offer from any of the companies I am interviewing with, I would not be able to resume until I provide my right to work, and my HR will move things forward if I provide them with my open work permit. Then added a last line, saying while I love my job, my family is more important to me etc.

I just got a correspondence letter now. I am not sure if that is good or bad sign. What does that mean?

Approved grin grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

Woww!!!

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Inikay: 11:46am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:


Approved grin grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

Woww!!!

Congratulations that was fast

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by zubizareta(m): 11:52am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:


Approved grin grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

Woww!!!

Congrats. So did you respond to their question before the approval and what did you eventually tell them?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by oriented(m): 11:59am On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:


Sure, dm

Sent you a message on ur email
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by soojar(m): 12:00pm On Jul 26, 2023
Letusconnect:


Please, I need a response.

Both are okay, But if your transactions are much that will make normal statement run into many pages then, it's better to do MBS to reduce how much you will need to compress your documents to take care of the 4mb limit.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by nnamdi346: 12:02pm On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:


Thanks boss, very similar to how I drafted the responses same yesterday.

For the first, I said we underestimated the impact of staying apart as a family and had to do a reassessment of our decision...etc

For the second, because the VO wants me to demonstrate "the rationale for leaving a professional job for a menial job" in the event that I don't land a SIMILAR professional job easily, I said in my response that I am in talk with my HR for a transfer to one of our offices in Toronto, Canada (i provided evidence) and also provided email correspondences of two interviews I am having with two similar companies, one based in Toronto and the other in Vancouver as a contingency plan, in case the transfer fails. Further went ahead to say that if I eventual get an offer from any of the companies I am interviewing with, I would not be able to resume until I provide my right to work, and my HR will move things forward if I provide them with my open work permit. Then added a last line, saying while I love my job, my family is more important to me etc.

I just got a correspondence letter now. I am not sure if that is good or bad sign. What does that mean?

@zubizareta, this is a summary of my response to the VO
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by tenderjunkie: 12:10pm On Jul 26, 2023
Bobomaigida:


I think the VO is leveraging on your job which you might have pushed its significance very much during her application. I will suggest you put your response in an emotional way to explain that your the family being apart will be detrimental to your wellbeing, that you had thought that the time apart will not cause problems, but you have realized that it a source of concern.

For the second part I will suggest you state that the wellbeing and happiness of your family is paramount to you and since you have the POF to take care yourselves already, then leaving the job in UK was not difficult, and that staying to do the job in UK without being happy will not help you, and that coming to Canada to work [b]temporarily [/b]will be more fulfilling since you will be around your loved ones.
Men wey sabi.
Excellent response
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Adex2442: 12:12pm On Jul 26, 2023
Bobomaigida:


So on one can really choose a course for you, as it is now you can look for course related to Mechanical Engineering or what you do presently. The work will be explaining it in your SOP. At the end you also need to be genuinely interested in the course to do well in it when you get to Canada.

Alright tank u chief
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by quadtunji: 12:31pm On Jul 26, 2023
ogeoflyf:
Good day all please for a Canadian PR which IELTS should I take ( general or academic ) ??



General

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Bobomaigida: 12:32pm On Jul 26, 2023
nnamdi346:


Approved grin grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

Woww!!!

Congratulations, may Canada favour you.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Nik4kk: 12:49pm On Jul 26, 2023
Nik4kk:
Someone help me please
I have completed my medical exam since last week monday and im yet to get any update from iom .

Will i receive confirmation my results have been sent ?
Im starting to get worried

Does anybody know what might be wrong
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 23 by Gentlesoul3268: 12:50pm On Jul 26, 2023
Congratulations bro, may land of maple favor you and your family.


nnamdi346:


Approved grin grin grin grin cheesy cheesy

Woww!!!

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