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Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 18 by RahmaMohammed: 11:34pm On Apr 17, 2021
Hello everyone! Is there anyone applying to study in Canada and travel with their kids? I am filling my forms and there is a requirement for letter of acceptance from a school to apply for study permit for the kids too. I thought I will find them a school once I get there. The IRCC website says

"Minor children before entering Canada
Minor children who want to study in Canada must apply for a study permit before they enter Canada. This includes minor children who come with parents who already have a valid study or work permit.

If they’re coming to Canada with parents who have a valid study or work permit, they don’t need to provide a letter of acceptance from a school when they apply for a study permit.

Before your minor child travels to Canada, make sure their DLI is on the list of those with approved COVID-19 readiness plans. They won’t be able to enter Canada if their DLI isn’t on this list"
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by RahmaMohammed: 7:53pm On Oct 23, 2019
Hello house! Could you please recommend driving instructors in Toronto and GTA to me. I failed the G drive test and need to book for G2 but the available dates are in far away locations and I dont want to travel as far as I did for G. Thank you
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by RahmaMohammed: 5:03pm On May 20, 2019
czaratwork:
Hi all,

Hi Czarawork, I sent you a PM. Could you please respond

Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by RahmaMohammed: 11:11pm On Mar 04, 2019
[quote author=Vivi844 post=76325226]Hi everyone. Good evening.
I just want to know If there's anyone who got AOR in August last year, that is still waiting for ppr, or if there's something else I can do.

August 6 AOR here. Nothing yet. I know the feeling. My Notes arent here yet. Called once too
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by RahmaMohammed: 7:11pm On Feb 20, 2019
Barryston:
There is a WhatsApp group...I will put up the link here as soon as I'm settle

Nagode. I appreciate.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by RahmaMohammed: 2:36am On Feb 20, 2019
Hello everyone! Please are there Nigerian trained lawyers in the house that are writing/have written the NCAs? I am prepping for criminal law in May and some of the topics are just turniowniown in my head. If there is also a whastapp group, Ild like to be added please.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by RahmaMohammed: 6:03am On Feb 18, 2019
olajide21:
You like soccer? Don't worry, even in minus double digits dem still dey play in #OurCanada

Please is this in toronto?
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by RahmaMohammed: 12:46am On Feb 07, 2019
[quote author=abakiki post=75469926]
Thank you. 7/10 na better mark.
Honestly, I thank God I started the certification process while I was waiting. I joined a WhatsApp study

Congratulations Abakiki! Could ypu please share information on the Ontario HR exams? How long studying took, cost and number of exams. Please I also sent you a private message. Kindly respond. Thank you.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 2:06pm On Jul 20, 2018
Is this in relation to double SIM phones or brand of phone? I'm using a Samsung double SIM phone and I don't want phone to be part of what I worry about when I get to Canada.

Your advice pls.

Depends on the compatibility of the phone with the service provider's network. I brought my dual sim Samsung note 5 with me to canada and I have used it on Virgin and fido. You can confirm the compatibility of your phone on a service provider's website too
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 4:47pm On Jun 11, 2018
blessings2017:


God gracious! I'm desperately in need of the book . Infact, forget i ever typed pdf. lol

I'm not in Toronto, but it's not a hindrance biko. I'll pay for cost of courier to Nigeria (your terms - either pay before or after courier). When I come to Canada in September, I'll send back the book to you. No hassles at all biko.

Thanks alot in anticipation @RahmaMohammed.

Hey, I got your email but I cant respond because I keep getting delivery error messages
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 3:10pm On Jun 11, 2018
PefHouse:


Sorry about this. Does this mean that if we are exchanging using this means (that transfer naira in nigeria in exchange for CAD in canada) , It may be better to collect cash rather than let the person transfer directly to my canadian bank account ?

Will I be charged heavily for depositing a large amount of cash in my canadian account ?

Cheers

Yes you are correct. It is better to collect cash when you buy forex and declare the cash when you land in Canada. No, I am not aware of any charges for depositing large sums in your canadian bank account.
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 2:37pm On Jun 08, 2018
blessings2017:


God gracious! I'm desperately in need of the book . Infact, forget i ever typed pdf. lol

I'm not in Toronto, but it's not a hindrance biko. I'll pay for cost of courier to Nigeria (your terms - either pay before or after courier). When I come to Canada in September, I'll send back the book to you. No hassles at all biko.

Thanks alot in anticipation @RahmaMohammed.

Thanks for your prayers. Not a problem. We can PM about where you want the book sent to. What exams do you intend starting off with when you arrive? There are NCA exam groups on facebook that you might find helpful in terms of study materials (summary of text materials sold for a fee, online and in person tutorials).
All the best
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 6:14pm On Jun 07, 2018
gasplant:


You do not need to visit any branch physically to do international transfer,it can be done online

Call costumer care, they will explain to you

However, when you do the transfer,depending on the mode the foreign currency came into your account (cash deposit or inflow,cash deposits attracts more charges) you are limited to a daily transfer of $10K per day with charges as high as more that N25k per transfer

[b]But I heard some guys, that lives in Canada, do the exchange for you and transfer the money straight into your Canadian Bank account (you can google this for details) with that you avoid the charges by the bank

Please be careful with whoever you use in changing your naira to CAD (including bureau de change). We (my family) are currently still accused persons in a fraud case over the money we money we bought from a bureau de change in lagos which was transferred to our canadian account. Apparently, some yahoo boys defrauded some Canadian lady and unknown to us, we bought the money.

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 4:24pm On Jun 07, 2018
[quote author=blessings2017 post=68132975]Good morning guys,

Hey @blessing2017, are you in Toronto? If yes, I can lend you my Peter Hogg texbook (hardcopy)

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by RahmaMohammed: 8:07pm On Jan 14, 2018
Hello @Blackbuddy,

I am reaching out to you based on one of your old posts here where you spoke about understudying the canadian job market and how you have a career in AML. I would like to chat with you about the job market in this field and your experience. I just concluded a masters degree in law in Canada and I am considering transiting to a career in AML with plans of writing the ACAMS certification. I sent you an email earlier. Hope to hear from you. Thank you

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