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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by tam95: 3:59pm On Jun 11
HEELO GUYS,

PLS ARE THERE ANY PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS STARTING SCHOOL IN SEPTEMBER IN ITALY.

I WOULD LIKE IF WE COULD CREATE A WHATSAPP GROUP
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by maxi505: 4:53pm On Jun 11
tam95:
HEELO GUYS,

PLS ARE THERE ANY PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS STARTING SCHOOL IN SEPTEMBER IN ITALY.

I WOULD LIKE IF WE COULD CREATE A WHATSAPP GROUP

I buy this idea... Seconded

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Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by maxi505: 4:55pm On Jun 11
PEAJEG:


Why not email your documents to the translator in Abuja and have it waybill it back to you when he is done? Last time I contacted Lagos, they told me that they were booked all through July. I had to travel all the way to Abuja to authenticate my documents and then see a translator same time.

This was late May 2019. However, the translator in Abuja(who once worked with the Italian Consulate for 16 years before retiring) is gradually becoming occupied with work. As at then, he said my documents will be ready for pick up mid June. He works in a first pay first served basis and not first come first served as he showed me a lot of documents he pushed aside before queuing mine up cos the owners never paid or committed him to show seriousness.

His name is Mr. Oluga.


Can you please share her contact with us? Thanks

Cheers
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by tam95: 5:31pm On Jun 11
I HAVE CREATED A WHATSAPP GROUP FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS STARTING SCHOOL IN SEPTEMBER---



https:///BDL3fXuyslODZAGOZFx8qt
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by PEAJEG: 11:27pm On Jun 11
sirkezman:
Guys, the embassy said it is not mandatory to translate your documents to Italia. Is there any other reason why people are translating?


From testimonies I have read, translation is necessary if you must succeed to pass through the Consulate in Lagos. Also note that, Consulate and embassy are different entities. I stand to be corrected though. For the Consulate, you have to translate your documents and then they legalize it. While at the embassy, you do not need to. That's where you will add your bank statement, pay slips, letter of employment (if employed) and so on...
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by maxi505: 8:09am On Jun 12
But can the embassy legalize your documents for you?


PEAJEG:


From testimonies I have read, translation is necessary if you must succeed to pass through the Consulate in Lagos. Also note that, Consulate and embassy are different entities. I stand to be corrected though. For the Consulate, you have to translate your documents and then they legalize it. While at the embassy, you do not need to. That's where you will add your bank statement, pay slips, letter of employment (if employed) and so on...
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by maxi505: 8:35am On Jun 12
So, what of DOV
... I don't even know the meaning... Can you help with this?

PEAJEG:


A very big YES. However, since you want to study in Europe, I will advise you take proactive steps by first authenticating your documents at the Ministries of Education and then Foreign Affairs. That way, once your admission is out, you will then be left to battle with TRANSLATION of your documents before you book your appointment for LEGALIZATION .

Hope this helps? Cheers.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by sirkezman: 11:47am On Jun 12
Thanks for this info but I’d like to ask if you have any official link for this apart from testimonies?
I have attached a copy of the email from vfs and I wonder why they’ll say this if it’s really important
PEAJEG:


From testimonies I have read, translation is necessary if you must succeed to pass through the Consulate in Lagos. Also note that, Consulate and embassy are different entities. I stand to be corrected though. For the Consulate, you have to translate your documents and then they legalize it. While at the embassy, you do not need to. That's where you will add your bank statement, pay slips, letter of employment (if employed) and so on...

Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Suspect33(m): 11:20pm On Jun 12
Ikechi12:

1. Authenticate docs at MOE & MFA Abuja 2. Translate docs 3. Book appointment for legalization 4. Legalize docs, do Pre enrollment and collect DOV 5. Book appointment for visa
Ps: 1 & 2 can be done simultaneously to save time
can one get pr in Italy after studies
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Suspect33(m): 11:48pm On Jun 12
Y'all better prepare yourselves for the worst form of racism, don't blame the locals alone, also blame the illegal African migrants who have tarnished the image of blacks in Italy, if you're fragile and leave for Europe especially Italy, Spain and their neighbors, you'ld regret being black, just saying!
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by Vicoloo: 8:45am On Jun 13
PEAJEG:


Why not email your documents to the translator in Abuja and have it waybill it back to you when he is done? Last time I contacted Lagos, they told me that they were booked all through July. I had to travel all the way to Abuja to authenticate my documents and then see a translator same time.

This was late May 2019. However, the translator in Abuja(who once worked with the Italian Consulate for 16 years before retiring) is gradually becoming occupied with work. As at then, he said my documents will be ready for pick up mid June. He works in a first pay first served basis and not first come first served as he showed me a lot of documents he pushed aside before queuing mine up cos the owners never paid or committed him to show seriousness.

His name is Mr. Oluga.

Cheers

Please @PEAJEG share me Mr. Oluga Contact.
Thank You! My email:victoriousvictoregazi@gmail.com
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by maxi505: 1:33pm On Jun 13
So, legalization is not necessary for embassy right?

sirkezman:
Thanks for this info but I’d like to ask if you have any official link for this apart from testimonies?
I have attached a copy of the email from vfs and I wonder why they’ll say this if it’s really important
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by biffoqboxer: 7:36pm On Jun 13
tam95:
I HAVE CREATED A WHATSAPP GROUP FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS STARTING SCHOOL IN SEPTEMBER---



https:///BDL3fXuyslODZAGOZFx8qt


Ẹ̀gbọ́n! This link no go óò...

I go like join the group óò

Please, help re-paste the group link...

Thanks a bunch Boss...
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by PEAJEG: 9:34pm On Jun 13
sirkezman:
Thanks for this info but I’d like to ask if you have any official link for this apart from testimonies?
I have attached a copy of the email from vfs and I wonder why they’ll say this if it’s really important

VFS's business is ONLY to receive your Visa Application when you apply. However, enrolment and legalization of your documents are done at the Italian consulate. Nothing concern VFS with that. Also, nothing concerns VFS if you choose to translate your documents or not. There own is just to receive visa applications and if you didn't do the right thing, then you will make it easier for them to deny you.

Please, I will advise,

1. Authenticate your documents at the Ministries of Education and Foreign Affairs.
2. Translate those same documents authenticated with a translator.
3. Book for Pre enrolment and legalization at the Consulate in Lagos.
4. After that, that's when they will process your DOV.
5. Collect your legalized documents, assemble all other supporting documents needed for your Visa application (like proof of housing/ accommodation in Italy, sponsor's bank statement, etc. Get this list from their website). Note that at this stage, it is not COMPULSORY to translate these supporting documents.
6. Apply for your Visa and await the outcome.

I wish us all good luck.

Cheers.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by PEAJEG: 9:35pm On Jun 13
Vicoloo:


Please @PEAJEG share me Mr. Oluga Contact.
Thank You! My email:victoriousvictoregazi@gmail.com

I already did. Check your email.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by PEAJEG: 9:40pm On Jun 13
maxi505:
So, legalization is not necessary for embassy right?


It is one of the crucial processes. So it is very necessary.... Don't miss it. However, if you don't meet up with the pre enrolment date of 24th July, 2019, you may have to wait for another academic session window to open. Unfortunately, most schools in Italy would not allow you to defer your admission, meaning that sadly you will have to reapply from the scratch...


So the earlier the better guys.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by PEAJEG: 9:41pm On Jun 13
Suspect33:
Y'all better prepare yourselves for the worst form of racism, don't blame the locals alone, also blame the illegal African migrants who have tarnished the image of blacks in Italy, if you're fragile and leave for Europe especially Italy, Spain and their neighbors, you'ld regret being black, just saying!

Please which part of Italy you dey Baba?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by PEAJEG: 9:45pm On Jun 13
maxi505:
But can the embassy legalize your documents for you?



YES. Nah them dey do am nah. OUR Ministries only authenticate your certificates while you go ahead to translate them with a certified translator before now booking an appointment with the Consulate for pre enrolment and legalization...

Abeg, make una try read previous Thread abeg. You guys are asking questions that have been asked and asked and asked from day one this thread began. Me sef don tire.

Cheers.
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by mordio: 1:40am
Please I will be coming to Rome .. how do I get in touch?
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by mordio: 1:42am
Pease add me! Thanks
Re: Italian Student Visa-help! by olumitya7: 11:32am
Hello please on the legalization and pre enrollment, I got a reply and a date from the consulate. Please how much is the fees for legalization and pre enrollment. I have checked through previous messages and this question as not been answered. Thanks guys.

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