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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:25pm On Aug 23, 2018
Obiororo:


Thanks a lot for the help.
welcome bro.
All the best in your application.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:06pm On Aug 23, 2018
Obiororo:


Thanks for the response. Did you attach any documents to show you had been working for your mum?
I did. I added some properties I managed for her but there was no valid documentation or payment indicating I’ve been working for her.. since it was unofficial (which I THOROUGHLY explained in my SOP )

If you’ve had any kind of work experience, whether paid or unpaid, make sure to state it.

And, don’t be shy to give them detailed explanations.. and fill all study gaps.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 3:35pm On Aug 23, 2018
abuhusna1:

Even if it's a teaching job of 20k grab it and use it to strengthen your application cos you will have to provide your own personal account too for six months
In my case, Though I submitted my sponsors statement of account, I still provided my personal Statement of account with no paid job experience (no salary income). I only explained why I was unemployed at the time and wrote that I was working unofficially for my mom in my SOP.

Whatever the case may be, he should be truthful and don’t forge false documents..

They verify every document you submit.

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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 10:44am On Aug 23, 2018
Obiororo:
Please I would like to find out, does having no paid work experience matter for visa application? I have experience in my field but it was not a paid role. Just need more opinions please.
No. it doesn’t matter... Just explain why you haven’t gotten a paid job in your SOP.

You could state that you’ve been working unofficially since you have experience in your field.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:55am On Aug 13, 2018
ICaSNg:


When women express their opinion it's hostility... whao!!! If you're learned enough, there is nothing like Fact... just opinions that can be argued. You will be taught that during your masters program abroad. Feel free to use Google and Wikipedia, that's the information provided.

The point is not English or Malta the point is this thread was created to enlighten people to consider Ireland as an alternative option or destination for further studies.

I have more important things to do like get my PVC... so if you have something useful or beneficial to others to share I'll suggest you do that.
It's Monday morning please.

Anyways, Griffith people I get info for you.

Feel free to DM, partial compensation is involved.

Cheers

Good morning to you. Partial Compensation ? I Just DMed you..
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:43am On Aug 13, 2018
Livefreeordieha:
daz brilliant 5weeks not bad..Very cool maybe when u come we could hook up...I'm like 3hrs from Dublin so it shouldn't be a big deal..
Oh nice ! Definitely bro.. I’ll pm you now.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 8:59am On Aug 13, 2018
abuhusna1:

Yeah would be staying at four courts hostel for five days which is not far from the school then sort permanent accommodation out
Pm me
Just did bro..
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 8:53am On Aug 13, 2018
Livefreeordieha:
oh yea...Congrats bro...I am in cork city..

How long did it take??
Thanks man.. it took exactly 5 weeks..
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 8:38am On Aug 13, 2018
abuhusna1:

Orientation is 11th Sept going there too duty griffith college Dublin
Good stuff ! We will meet there then.. Do you have your accommodation soughted out already ? I’ll have to lodge in a hotel for the time being..

Are there other/better options ?

And oh, I found this online.. might be helpful on here

Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 8:29am On Aug 13, 2018
Livefreeordieha:
u got an admission there? Are u coming to Cork or Dublin...?
Dublin. Got my visa already
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:36pm On Aug 12, 2018
pristine88:


dont you think deferring till January is better, you are walking on thin ice cause of the time frame
@prestine88 Bro I’ll be needing your email please.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 7:52pm On Aug 12, 2018
Please I wanted to ask, is there an Orientation date for Griffith College ? All I see in my invitation letter is the commencement date which is 17th of September.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 7:47pm On Aug 12, 2018
MzDeeb:


I paid part of the school fees yesterday.. Will pay the balance tomorrow.

So I'm thinking i can go to the embassy on Friday to submit my application.

But there's a problem. My boss won't allow me take an excuse on Friday cos there's nobody to relieve me off my duty post.

Hence, it means its on Monday 20th that i can be chanced.

That's why I'm seriously scared. Cos time has really gone.
20th might be a little bit detrimental considering the time frame. You have to persuade your boss this week. Just make sure you have the necessary requirements.. Whatever you do, don’t give up on your application. I saw a testimony of 1 week and 5 days on this thread.

Better late than never...
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 7:34pm On Aug 12, 2018
MzDeeb:


Can u assist me on the process of submission at the embassy. So i can know what to expect. Eg at what point would i need to do my medicals?
You don’t need to do medicals but however, if your school doesn’t cover your medical health insurance, you’re to pay a fee for it.

In my case, my school covered mine.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 7:43am On Aug 11, 2018
MzDeeb:


Unilag doesn't issue transcript to individuals. Its super annoying.


I guess i will print out DIT's response and add to the supporting documents. So they will know the transcript is with DIT and they can request from them if need be.

Thanks
Well, Just go ahead and submit what you have on Monday.

You don’t have the luxury of time at the moment..

Pray fervently and We wish you all the best in your application..

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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:51pm On Aug 10, 2018
myownvibe03:
Niceeee ! Congratulations..
VISA GRANTED.

I APPLIED ON THE 6th of July, STAMPED ON THE 8th of AUGUST, DELIVERED TODAY. Exactly 5 weeks...

THANKS TO ALL.. I WISH YOU ALL THE BEST !

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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:54pm On Aug 08, 2018
davalababa:
Alhamdulillahi, I escaped. Submitted on 26th June, got it delivered today.
THANKZ guyz.
Nicee Congratulations.. Please when were you contacted by the Courier service ? Was it in the morning ?
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:51pm On Aug 07, 2018
JUANITAs30:
Hello everyone.... I got my visa today, it was stamped on a saturday(4th August), I applied on the 2nd of July and additional documents were not required.
Niceeee ! Congratulations..

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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 4:37pm On Aug 06, 2018
Kelhz:

Good morning everyone believing and hoping to study in Ireland....Good new I just got my visa today. I submitted my application on the 26th of June, later got an email on the 31 of July requesting me to update my documents e.g prove of employment, prove I was working for my uncle, prove/evidence explaining the large of of money in my Sponsor account, my personal bank statement which I never knew I was to submit. I prepared for them � and gave dem over documents sef. After submitting on the 3rd of August, today 6th
Of August i got my visa approved. ��� To God be all the glory.
Good news already. Congratulations!!
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:20am On Aug 06, 2018
MakomenOmonkhomion:
I pray we hear good news this week. Amin
Amen !!
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 11:08am On Jul 30, 2018
Jonghyunwife:
Finally Visa approved after 8weeks. I had to send in extra documentation last week, but it came this morning.
I can relax now.
Oh wow. Congratulations !

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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:47am On Jul 28, 2018
ahiboilandgas:
Pls am not discouraging any one or demarketing the consultant hustling students was just trying to spark up the conversation to other direction that 80 of student and parent will like to know like somebody posted before that people should seek admission in top schools cos of employment prospect ....i can never discourage any young person trying to leave Nigeria to any country with prospect
I fully understand your worries. Most of us Irish applicants have been denied either by Canada or USA or even the UK that’s why she stated above that Ireland could be a stepping stone towards going to these countries. It’s not still easy to secure a good Job and PR in those countries. Everything requires hard work, smartness (baba e no easy anywhere), and God’s grace. Nobody would want to invest 8m wrongly especially in times like this but I believe by now, we should know what we want. Now, The Ireland is a recent trend and the closest to these countries (Canada, USA, Australia) in terms of academic and immigration rules. I advise you look up your options carefully and make a worthy investment for your kid bro. All the best..

PS: I believe if you’re looking at Ireland, now’s the time. Later might be too ........

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Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 6:17pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


Its been Alright.....We on Vacation and Most of my course mates are working so i guess thats a good sign....The only Major Hassle is securing accommodation, after that, the sky is the limit...Good luck on your application
Thank you !!
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 3:18pm On Jul 26, 2018
pristine88:


The Cost of GNIB is 300 Euros...Since you are coming from a country were the embassy scrutinized your finances you are not required to display 3000 euros in an account. A letter from school and the 300euro charge...
Very well explained, you’ve been terrific on here. Thank you.. How has it been so far over there ? Griffith College and all. Has it been up to expectations? I’m still hopeful for a positive news from the embassy..
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 9:45am On Jul 25, 2018
Twetwi:
yaaay... 3 good news in 1 day.. many to come IJN
Amen !
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 4:07pm On Jul 23, 2018
abuhusna1:
My student visa has just been granted today
Congratulations!� How long did it take ?
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 10:45am On Jul 21, 2018
Nasalino:


Please refer to this page on Thebes Irish website. It details the institutions and qualifications that qualify for the post study work permit.
www.inis.gov.ie/en/INIS/Pages/Student%20Pathway
Thank you. But please, are these the only recognized Irish awarding institutions or just to mention a few ??

This is what I found.



Must present evidence of the final award being attained by way of a parchment or, in circumstances where the graduation ceremony is yet to take place, an official letter for the awarding body / institution confirming that the award has been achieved.
An award granted by a recognised Irish awarding body i.e.
The seven Irish universities; i.e. Trinity College, UCD, DCU, Maynooth University, UCC, NUIG and the University of Limerick
Dublin Institute of Technology
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
Institutes of Technology
Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI)
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 10:14am On Jul 21, 2018
abuhusna1:

It's for all msc graduates
Good to know ! Thank you.
Travel / Re: GENERAL Irish (student)visa & Work Permit-New THREAD*** by myownvibe03(m): 4:16pm On Jul 20, 2018
Please, just to be sure, is the two years post study work permit in Ireland for some selected institutions only ? or it’s meant for all ? Thanks.

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