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Foreign Affairs / Re: Joe Biden Is Certified As The 46th President Of The United States by OneNaija(m): 9:19pm On Jan 08, 2021
Sorry to asked. Is your to to big or small. Because d guy level is huge.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Joe Biden Is Certified As The 46th President Of The United States by OneNaija(m): 5:33am On Jan 08, 2021
Do you need someone now? I got someone with change to wider that to to. Remember you can’t keep it for long before it got spoil. Please let me know. Let have conversations here now. Don’t be shy. Mumu de smell. Quick to insult.

Shut up.

Foreign Affairs / Re: Joe Biden Is Certified As The 46th President Of The United States by OneNaija(m): 11:35pm On Jan 07, 2021
Why should I shut up person mama abi you can’t make your point without being rude ashawo .

Shut up
Foreign Affairs / Re: Joe Biden Is Certified As The 46th President Of The United States by OneNaija(m): 12:35pm On Jan 07, 2021
I read comment about Nigerian hating on trump. I shake my head. Unfortunately most Nigeria doesn’t seem to see the light about US election. Trump Supreme Court judge are all devoted Christian catholic who can change the face of US constitution for decades such as Abortion and other challenges and Democrat needed power by all means to challenge it. They stole the US Election weather you believe or not. Do you know what Democrat have? Big corporations, Tech Giant, Media and others to convince some of you nigeria who are raise in conservative value. Some of you sound so arrogant to understand what is truly going on also making yourself feel like you are making sense when you insult people who support trump.
Foreign Affairs / Re: US Election: First Results Of The 2020 Presidential Election: by OneNaija(m): 7:05am On Nov 04, 2020
I think you guys are slow here. Here is the Electoral map now. Trump is leading in some vital keys battleground

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Jokes Etc / What Would You Do If You Saw These. Be Honest. by OneNaija(m): 9:40am On Feb 25, 2020
Be honest

Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:32am On Feb 25, 2020
Definitely not, Unless you provide Ghana resident permits. Nigeria doesn’t know how to respect visa policy and that why all these embassies doesn’t respect us. How could your visa application take more than two months. So sad.


Do you think it's possible to apply from ghana as the other guy suggested.

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Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:14am On Feb 25, 2020
I am a man and thread observe also I don’t apply
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:00am On Feb 25, 2020
Advertising like these are making it difficult to obtain Brazil Tourist Visa. They will come on this forum here to enquirers Information to their platform. Brazil doesn’t have openly birth Tourism like the USA, Canada. Brazil has a lot of Drugs and other domestic issue. They don’t want people to start flooding their country to give birth. Birthing should be private not public like this Advertisement. My opinion. Good luck to those women who want to give birth and waiting for their visa.

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Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 11:05pm On Feb 06, 2020
If you're going for birthing no need to panic, it's a blessing in disguise by the time the visa comes you will be half way through already even if you give birth at the airport your child will still be brazillian grin... It will end in praises
#you think you're doing me you're doing yourself gringrin

Hello chriscole, please I need to know if you got a mail to show ur visa was approved or if u saw it on the tracking site or where u called on phone. And also how long exactly after ur interview did u get ur visa?U r response is very important, God bless You.
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 4:04pm On Feb 06, 2020
I will advice you and orilua to calm down. Just be patience. Brazil embassy now process visa application for more than three months. I will advice anyone If you plan to give birth in Brazil. Get it back of your mind that your application will stay at the Brazil embassy for more than three months maybe even more. The reason for that is still unknown. Good luck.


Yes i sent them an email last month and they confirmed that its still under review. Yours is not upto 21 working days but mine since 3rd of december. i might pick up my passport next week hopefully

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Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 2:55pm On Jan 17, 2020
Try Cape Verde Airlines, It cheap and you don’t need transit visa. Check them out.


Please am trying to book a flight with royal air maroc they'll be making a stop at casablanca will I need a transit visa?

And the issue of return ticket since am going for the PR I'll be spending nothing less than 6 months to a year maybe so how do I go about it?


Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 1:32pm On Jan 17, 2020
Adjo10, Which cities between Porto Alegre and Curitiba is the best to live, Rent, Standards of living and Education you would prefer?
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:32am On Jan 13, 2020
Why can someone just make he or her point without insulting someone. Please be respectful and let this thread grow. @Namea you own juliusocean an apology for name calling. Peace.

I'd never understand why some people make everything seem very difficult.
Adjo10 has greatly helped people with her knowledge, freely dishing them even when unsolicited. You can see a genuine happiness to liberate others.

Yet others on this thread who are less committed to helping people but more concerned about showing off how informed they are readily jump out like class prefects to prevent further enlightenment.

Aside my question 1,
Please can you show me ANYWHERE on all 44pages of this thread where questions 2, 3 and 4 of mine were answered as those were specifics to my case?

To think that just in December you too were asking dumb questions about language and jobs.
I guess you hadn't created your selfish Rule of reading from page 1-44 then?

Please Juliusocean, if you do not have my answers or do not want to help, kindly go back to selling maps to tourists in Togo while praying that your asylum is granted rather than make every one who asks for guidance appear lazy to read.

Afelouz got his visa yet asked a few more questions...does that mean he didn't read?

I specifically did not call you to help considering your haughtiness and penchance to scorn others; something you and a few others have not even tried to hide all through this thread.

I guarantee you one thing.
I'd make it and show my blue passport here too.
The same God who blessed Adjo10 without a thread like this still lives.

Chriscole any news?
Have you gotten your visa..Please keep us updated

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Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 3:24pm On Jan 10, 2020
How long have you been waiting since you had your interview? In Europe it just 5 business days your visa is out. Thing is so slow in Brazil embassy in Nigeria.


Am still waiting for a verdict
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 2:05pm On Jan 10, 2020
Have you gotten your visa yet?


Brazilian social security number
Foreign Affairs / Re: Nancy Pelosi Refuses To Commit To Sending Articles Of Impeachment To Senate by OneNaija(m): 8:55am On Dec 19, 2019
Dear Nigerians,


"Impeachment in the United States is the process by which a legislature (usually in the form of the lower house) brings charges against a civil officer of government for crimes alleged to have been committed, analogous to the bringing of an indictment by a grand jury."

Am sorry that those who wrote the Nigeria's constitution lacks the understanding of the word "IMPEACHMENT". So don't follow the lack of mental strength or information people in Nigeria peddle for their lack of information of the word.

In American politics, impeachment doesn't mean "Removal" from office as twice made in the Nigerian constitution by those who hurriedly use words without understanding the context of words.

Impeachment in it's right sense is an accusation. An accusation that the public official has done wrong, so should be tried.

Only the senate can remove a president after carefully analysing documents and issues raised in the impeachment notice.

Fortunately or unfortunately, Donald J. Trump cannot be removed from office because his party has majority in the senate and they are sensible to know that the impeachment notice is pure blackmail and a constitutional blunder from the DO NOTHING DEMOCRATS who wants him gone even before he became President of the United States.

The impeachment saga is hoax and total waste of time.

Impeachment is not Removal Take Note.


Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:26am On Dec 13, 2019
Please oo what is delaying Brazil embassy I have applied since 4th of November and till now still under review

A friend of mine applied since 7 weeks now and still showing under review. They keep delaying application maybe they are lazy or incompetent.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Donald Trump Calls Justin Trudeau “two-faced” For Mocking Him by OneNaija(m): 9:44am On Dec 05, 2019
Nigerian with their mentality. Nobody is criticizing two face Canada president. Do you people understand what is two face. One is black and one is white. Remember Justin Truduea is a racist. He wore black face several time mocking black people. Just because you don’t like trump who by any mean hasn't been proven to be a racist. Canada president is a racist with evidence. Nonsense.

Politics / Re: Again, IMF Warns Nigeria Against Rising Debts by OneNaija(m): 11:15am On Nov 28, 2019
Imagine this thread cover only two pages, clueless youths like their president. If it big brother, you could see 100 of pages. I don’t care Nigerian. Most useless country in the world.

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Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 11:36am On Nov 27, 2019
Have you gotten your visa yet?

First things first are you showing already?
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 4:03pm On Oct 31, 2019
don't be discouraged, Let you and your husband apply together then your husband can attend the Interview by himself. Good luck

For someone whose baby bump is already showing at 4 months in what's the best way to go about applying for Brazil visa?


Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 4:54pm On Oct 28, 2019
@kisibo Visit their website. It cost 10k

I got a message from the embassy after 2 months to provide ndlea clearance certificate.... Pls how can someone go about it and what is the cost... Help a brother pls.... Any useful information will be appreciated. Tx[/quote]


Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 9:02am On Oct 18, 2019
@ juliusocean

A friend applied but was denied due to the fact they suspected every Nigerian man mission to brazil although not in Lagos but Europe. My observation they need criminal record from your home country.
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 5:47am On Oct 18, 2019
I just want to advice any man at there wish to apply for Brazil tourist visa. He should add criminal record authenticate by Ministry of foreign affairs. If not your visa will be denied in Brasília, Brazil. Drug issue is a big subject in Brazil and Nigeria is a suspect.
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 1:34pm On Oct 13, 2019
@adjo, I don’t see any reason for zizi81 to lied here. You guys should calm down. It might be misunderstanding. Welcome Zizi81. Please guys make your point without fighting please. Cheers.


Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 7:01pm On Jul 20, 2019
I live in Europe but my family live in Nigeria. My wife is pregnant and I wish for her to give birth in USA but it very expensive for me now, I have a kin Interest in Brazil. I would love to ask you some private question. please check your Inbox. Thank you.


Alright. I have not received any email from you yet please. Thanks
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 6:53pm On Jul 20, 2019
plz, I sent you a private message. I want to ask private question. Thank you.

Children under the age of 10 of Brazilian Permanent Residents

There was once a post here about your exiting children status once you give birth in Brazil. I challenged the poster but I was completely wrong and would like to apologize.

It is true and the law has not changed. When you give birth in Brazil, all your existing children under the age of 10 get provisional Brazilian citizenship. They have to confirm at the age of 18 that they still want to be Brazilians. They can however have a Brazilian passport and travel just like any Brazilian. They only difference is that they just confirm at the age of 18 if they still want to be Brazilian or not.

I am very sorry for the initial confusion. Please forgive me.

Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by OneNaija(m): 9:35am On Jul 07, 2019
I just want to contribute to those with low budget for UK visiting visa. If you budget is low and you are filling the application form about if you have someone depend on you. please say NO to avoid your visa been denied.

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Travel / Re: General UK Visa Enquiries - Part 4 by OneNaija(m): 4:06pm On Jun 21, 2019
Hello all, I have two years UK visa that expired February 2020. I have six year old daughter, I want her to travel with me for Christmas holiday to UK in december. I am based in Europe and she live in Nigeria with her mother. please how can I apply for her UK visa from here? I need advice because I am confused and what documents do I need since I already had UK Visa. Thank you all.
Travel / Re: Giving Birth In Brazil by OneNaija(m): 1:49pm On Jun 19, 2019
To obtain Brazil visa is very difficult now, I mean extremely difficult even in Europe as a Nigerian. They refer Nigerian application to their ministry of Internal affair and they will just refuse you without reason why you are being refuse. Nigeria passport is dead when it come to Brazil visa.


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