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Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by AyodejiAyeni: 8:51am On May 22, 2019
Thank you yacha77. Still awaiting responses from people.
yacha77:
I wanted to do this because it seemed to make sense making profits , money is guaranteed and can be liquidated at any time. Was advised against it, situations differs so let us hear from the gurus in the house....
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by AyodejiAyeni: 8:47am On May 22, 2019
Still awaiting responses on the below request please.
AyodejiAyeni:
Good Morning Gurus,

Please will Canadian embassy accept Mutual Funds statement of account (e.g ARM) showing my transaction history and my investment balance as a Proof of Fund for student visa? I intend to also get letter from ARM backing the Mutual Fund balance. The letter will state categorically that I have access to liquidate my investment at any time. I also intend to print my bank account statement indicating my transfers to the Mutual Fund Investment account. The investment is particularly a form of savings towards my post graduate studies. I thought it wise to invest the savings for reasonable returns rather than keeping it in my account. I have maintained the Mutual Fund Investment account since 2015.

Kindly advise.
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 15 by AyodejiAyeni: 12:31pm On May 20, 2019
Good Morning Gurus,

Please will Canadian embassy accept Mutual Funds statement of account (e.g ARM) showing my transaction history and my investment balance as a Proof of Fund for student visa? I intend to also get letter from ARM backing the Mutual Fund balance. The letter will state categorically that I have access to liquidate my investment at any time. I also intend to print my bank account statement indicating my transfers to the Mutual Fund Investment account. The investment is particularly a form of savings towards my post graduate studies. I thought it wise to invest the savings for reasonable returns rather than keeping it in my account. I have maintained the Mutual Fund Investment account since 2015.

Kindly advise.
Travel / Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by AyodejiAyeni: 11:25am On May 20, 2019
femijck:
What visa category? N do u have a sponsor or not?

Student Visa. I am self-sponsored.
Travel / Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by AyodejiAyeni: 6:18pm On Apr 01, 2019
femijck:
What visa category? N do u have a sponsor or not?
Thanks for your response Bros. I'm looking at student visa. I'm applying for Masters of Supply Chain Management. I'm self-sponsored.
Travel / Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by AyodejiAyeni: 5:34am On Mar 31, 2019
femijck:
What do u want to know about student visa?

Please bros., how much does one need to have in his account before visa application?
Travel / Re: 8 Things You Need To Know About New Zealand by AyodejiAyeni: 4:38pm On Mar 28, 2019
femijck:


It’s normal for anyone to feel what you’re feeling right now especially since there’s so much to loose if it doesn’t work out. After your study, u will definitely get a post study visa. This is the link for for what you will qualify for.
https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/tools-and-information/work-and-employment/how-long-you-can-work-on-a-post-study-work-visa

Do you have a family? If u do, are they coming with u? this is very important.

About your age, NZ doesn’t descriminate about age or gender as it’s unlawful to do that here. I don’t think getting a job will be an issue if your course of study is in high demand.

I will encourage you to do more research about your course of study since u don’t wanna work outside that. In NZ, I can guarantee u will get a job in no time if you have the attitude and willingness...... I don’t know what kind of menial job is done in the UK, but u can easily get a job in production & manufacturing , retail, construction, warehousing and agriculture depending on where you live.


Tourism is a booming part of NZ economy, and you should check what the pay rate is and also the employment opportunities as these will be crucial in qualifying for a further visa or residence if u choose the job route.

If you fall in the low skill after your study, u will have to leave NZ for a year of stand down when u exhaust ur post study visa. But I think you can also get an employer assisted visa if u work for an accredited employer even when ur post study runs out if I’m right.
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Hello, my case is not too far from the one you provided advice for above. Gainfully employed and married. I applied for Master of Supply Chain Management with Massey University and I'm awaiting their response. My wife will be joining me.

I will like to know the amount I need to have in account when applying for Visa.

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