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Travel / Re: Usa Visit Visa by NomadicNaija: 7:47pm On Dec 11, 2014
@oolumide. The number of years she has been in the Job matters a lot more than the money. All depends on how you arrange your paper work plus your leaving kids behind. If that is the option you have chosen.

Am aware of someone with no job, little money but strong ties ( leaving wife and kids behind) plus well arranged paper work. Got B1/B2 Visa.

Note: Arranged paper work here means documents showing you have reasons to return.
Travel / Re: Usa Visit Visa by NomadicNaija: 5:30pm On Dec 11, 2014
Sure you will be submitting your old passports with your new one during application. Shows your travel history which is relevant.
Travel / Re: Usa Visit Visa by NomadicNaija: 5:24pm On Dec 11, 2014
1. You do not need to be invited before you make a tourist visa application. There is no implication if you go without an invite.

2. You need to show proof that you will have the finances to cover your trip with left over balances in your account after returning from trip. Lump sum deposit into your account for this purpose will negate your travel intentions. Cash flow in and out of your account is what matters most not lump sum deposit.

3. You have the option to apply with your wife leaving your kids behind if you are able to show strong ties to your home country. If your ties is not that strong enough to your home country, I will suggest you apply alone while using your wife, kids and job you have as ties to your home country. or your wife applies alone using you, kids and her job as ties to your home country. Once one of you have secured visa and returned from trip then kids with (wife or hubby) as it applies will apply at a later time. Provided you don't abuse your visa. No need for rush. Your paper work, ties to your home country needs to be in order.
Travel / Re: Jamaican Trip:pls Advice by NomadicNaija: 8:44pm On Dec 10, 2014
From my experience, Montego Bay is a good tourist destination. I made use of all inclusive flight and hotel deals. Good value for money. My last trip was June 2014 from Arizona via Florida. Enjoy your trip.
Travel / Re: Usa Visit Visa by NomadicNaija: 8:39pm On Dec 10, 2014
@Wunmi38. I think one person should apply first, instead of whole family applying once. What ties will you be providing if you all apply together and the whole family travelling at same time with your previous U.S visa application in mind.
Romance / Re: How To Identify A Good Wife Material by NomadicNaija: 7:57am On Dec 06, 2014
Oh dear....wife material undecided. Someone will come up with another post soon. "Wife material with wife credentials". lipsrsealed
There is no such thing as good wife material.

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Nairaland / General / Re: Don't Lie, Choose Your Position by NomadicNaija: 7:34am On Dec 06, 2014
2 and 4 is a no for me. Nightmare within 5 minutes of initiating sleep. Have to change position to sides or chest down.
Travel / Re: *** General Irish VISIT/TOURIST VISA Enquiries *** by NomadicNaija: 9:44am On Dec 02, 2014
@Jeezybuck. Good you have decided to be patient, while you sort your ties and paperwork. Good Luck.
Travel / Re: Nairobi Photos (kenya): A Beautiful East African City by NomadicNaija: 9:34am On Dec 02, 2014
@gallivant. Thanks for your response. Which places do you suggest as must see places or destinations in Kenya?
Travel / Re: *** General Irish VISIT/TOURIST VISA Enquiries *** by NomadicNaija: 7:46pm On Dec 01, 2014
Just like dotcomnamename has advised you, I had say you wait for your business registration to be completed, get all your tax paper work and business paper work in place. Operate your business as usual with a business account, give your business a professional look. (Business registered, Business account, Tax registration and payment if applicable, evidences of business transactions).
Give at least 6 months once everything is in place before making an application. No need to rush. The aim is for you to obtain the Visa...just be patient, put all paperwork in place before applying.
Travel / Re: Thread for South Korea prospective students by NomadicNaija: 5:48pm On Dec 01, 2014
Anyone with tourist experience in South Korea?
Travel / Re: Nairobi Photos (kenya): A Beautiful East African City by NomadicNaija: 5:35pm On Dec 01, 2014
Thanks for your response. I had like to know about the locals, tourist destinations and if possible the average daily cost of living for a tourist.
Travel / Re: Nairobi Photos (kenya): A Beautiful East African City by NomadicNaija: 4:53pm On Dec 01, 2014
Anyone with travel experience in Kenya...Please share you stories.
Travel / Re: Study Visa For Spain For Masters Degree Program(i Need Assistance) by NomadicNaija: 4:48pm On Dec 01, 2014
If I may ask...Why Spain for Masters degree. Finland is free tuition.
Travel / Re: *** General Irish VISIT/TOURIST VISA Enquiries *** by NomadicNaija: 4:38pm On Dec 01, 2014
If you are applying for Irish visa you must show proof that you have strong ties to your country of origin and you have not violated any visa conditions to other countries especially UK and U.S. to avoid automatic refusal. And if you have been refused Irish visa it is best you avoid appeal at all cost, allow some time before making another application. My 1 cent.
Travel / Re: Welcome To Tanzania by NomadicNaija: 2:28pm On Nov 21, 2014
Anyone to share Tanzania experience. How are the locals, transportation,food and where are the exciting places to visit? Thanks in Advance.

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