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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 1:37am On Mar 22, 2019
pweetygeek:




To the best of my knowledge, its no problem.

Thanks but did you apply using NOC 1111 Financial auditors and accountants. specifically Accountant.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 11:18pm On Mar 21, 2019
Ifeoma77:

Yes

thanks but i want some clarification. as a Senior Accountant working with federal government of Nigeria. A Certified National Accountant with Bsc Accountancy, Msc Finance and Accounting. from the NOC the suitable qualification is 1111 Financial auditors and accountants. specifically Accountant or Public Accountant. I hope if only Msc Finance and Accounting is evaluated there will be no problem when applying for PR.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 11:08pm On Mar 21, 2019
Hi,

I want some clarification. as a Senior Accountant working with federal government of Nigeria. A Certified National Accountant with Bsc Accountancy, Msc Finance and Accounting. from the NOC the suitable qualification is 1111 Financial auditors and accountants. specifically Accountant or Public Accountant. I hope if only Msc Finance and Accounting is evaluated there will be no problem when applying for PR.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 5:05pm On Mar 21, 2019
Congratulations
You said you you use WES to evaluate only your Master Degree.
For someone who have Bsc Accountancy and Msc Finance and Accounting is it also possible to evaluate only Msc Finance and Accounting

Dannyko:
VERY LONG POST ALERT

IT’S COPR

Sing along with me:
Unto the Lord be the Glory great things He hath done /2ce
Great things He hath done, greater things He will do
Unto the Lord be the Glory great things He hath done
“The stone which the builders have rejected has become the headstone of the corner, this is the Lord’s doing and it is marvellous in our eyes” - (Matthew21:42)

TIMELINE:

IELTS: November 1st 2018(MOD IDP LAGOS) PA -5th Attempt LRWS-8.57.577.5
ITA: November 15th 2018 (CRS 455)
AOR: December 3rd 2018
MEDICAL PASSED/BIL: January 14th 2019
GHOST UPDATE: [/b]January 15th2019
BIOMETRICS DONE/COMPLETED: January 16th2019
[b]RAISED CSE
: On February 20th To Know My Visa Office
GOT A REPLY: On February 21st 2019- Ottawa VO
PPR: 4:32AM February 26TH 2019, Dated February 25th (I couldn’t post the news here on that day as I was pretty busy and I didn’t have time to type the story− accept my apologies please.)
PASSPORT TRANSMISSION TO ACCRA: February 27th , 2019.
COPR/VISA : March 19th, 2019. (Few days to my birthday grin )
Family of 4
No ADR
NOC: 1228
TRAVEL HISTORY: Never travelled out of Nigeria

DECISION TO TRAVEL:

In August 2017, while at work I was working on my unit’s system when a colleague pleaded to quickly use the computer. I shifted my chair and by the time I would look on the screen, I saw that it was the Nairaland Express Entry Thread. Immediately, I teased her and asked if she was processing the Canada immigration, she replied in the affirmative. Without asking further, she voluntarily enlightened me on the benefits of the scheme. She gave me a summary of all I needed to proceed and also promised to send me IELTS materials which she did.
Few days later, she showed me her Passport Request Letter. When I saw that, I made up my mind to begin the process. I visited the thread (then Part 2) and I asked 1 or 2 questions, I was referred to the almighty page 1.I was able to gather adequate information to get started.
I told my hubby about the process but he showed no interest. He said the scheme was rigorous considering that he had attempted it before. I assured him that all would be well; at least there was no harm in trying. Thankfully, it has turned to us for a testimony (Luke 21:13)

ECA (WES)
My credential evaluation took 6 months (September 2017-March 2018), all thanks to NASU strike. I evaluated my highest qualification (Master’s Degree) only.

IELTS
1st : February 1st 2018 (BC) LRWS -7777
2nd : April 21st 2018 (BC) LRWS 86.56.57.5(Remark came back unchanged)
3rd : May 12th 2018 (MOD) LRWS 7.57.577(Only those who wrote IELTS exam on that day can relate)
4th : September 29th 2018(MOD) LRWS 7.5877
5th : November 1st 2018 (MOD) LRWS: 8.57.577.5

Hmmm! IELTS humbled me in mighty way (sighs) as seen from the above results. Considering that I studied English, I underrated the examination. I was running a professional programme concurrently hence; I devoted my attention to the programme. After the 3rd Attempt, I felt embarrassed with my recurrent ‘failures’, therefore; I decided to learn the exam tricks. For me, using the materials by the Test Provider (MOD) was the simple trick I needed to ace the examination. I subscribed to the 30-day Master’s IELTS course and I followed the principles taught to the letter. During my 4th attempt, I concentrated so much on Reading and I had 8 but had 7.5 in Listening. My hubby encouraged me to register immediately for another one which luckily became my final attempt. By that time, I focused only on Listening which became pretty easy for me few days before the examination. The knowledge of Reading was still fresh in my memory.

Listening: In all my attempts I didn’t underestimate the power of Cambridge IELTS Book 1-13;I did some online tests via ieltsonlinetests.com; I studied the MOD IELTS Masters course and I did the 3 tough practice tests at the end.

Reading: I solved few Academic Reading Tests; did several General Training Tests from Cambridge Books; and also on ieltsonlinetests.com; the MOD 30 Day Master’s course was highly helpful− the tricks I learnt enabled me finish my test within 35 minutes during my 4th attempt. Although my last Reading attempt was tougher.

Speaking: In all my attempts I watched YouTube videos (IELTS JAY,Oxford English and others) and also wrote down ideas based on the cue cards posted on IELTS Liz’ website and shared on different IELTS groups. In all my tries, my task 2 topics were extracted from the cue cards.

Writing:
Naturally, I write well ; however, the quest to score above 7 in my 4th attempt made me conduct an in depth research which got me totally confused. I wrote few letters and essays and forwarded to @glitteringstar2 for review. She proofread them and advised that I focused on other grey areas (Listening especially) as my writing was suitable to earn me the desired score.
I also scanned through MOD materials on Writing. One major trick I learnt was to edit my write-up simultaneously while writing. This really helped me as I had no time to read through my Task 2 during my 5th attempt yet I was confident that the errors would be minimal.
Lest I forget, while writing, I utilised very uncommon linkers and binders. In lieu of ‘firstly’, I used ‘first and foremost’, ‘to begin with’; instead of ‘finally’ I adopted ‘to conclude’ and so on. I used lots of parallel structures and I avoided clichés as much as possible, and I was very careful with my punctuations (all these I learnt in school) ( smiley)

Advice: IELTS is not difficult but it is a trick test. It requires due diligence and care to study all that the test entails. For the first timers, do not rush to register, learn the examination strategies and tricks before enrolling− 75k (BC) or 68k (MOD) is no small money.

MEDICALS: I could not secure a closer date at Qlife; hence; we resorted to using IOM on November 30th. I got their email address from the thread; mailed them and got the date we preferred.
We got to IOM around 6am and we were the first family to be attended to. The Physician that attended to us was very courteous. He chatted with my hubby for about 30 minutes before we left the hospital.

PCC: After medicals, we headed straight to Alagbon for PCC. We intended using ASP Moshood but luckily we met someone whom we knew. He referred us to one Mr Ibrahim (who collected 7k (3.5k each for hubby and I).

POF: My hubby transferred the POF in bits into our joint savings account which we opened in 2015. We invested the funds in 4 Treasury Bills and we ensured that none would mature after our medical expiry date. One of our treasury bills mature in January and we rolled over immediately. I asked on the thread if there was need to inform CIC; @joo2018 responded promptly that there was no need to raise a CSE.

PLACE HOLDERS (PRINCIPAL APPLICANT)

Marriage Certificate: I uploaded my Marriage Certificate only

Passports/Travel Documents : My Nigerian International Passport

Upfront Medicals(2 pages): I uploaded the print out given to me at IOM

Police Character Certificate (PCC): I merged the PCC and the long forms(3 pages altogether)

Education (4 pages): The documents were merged as follow:
ECA,Master’s Degree Certificate, IELTS Test Report Form,1st Degree Certificate(I didn’t evaluate it but was advised to include it)

Legal Name Change Doc(2 pages): I merged my newspaper change of name publication and my marriage certificate.I didn’t swear any affidavit.

Proof of Means of Financial Support (6 pages) : My POF was arranged as follow:
1. Letter of Consent from my hubby
2. Bank Letter in CIC Format
3. The Four Treasury Bills Certificates according to the dates of investments

Digital Photo: I uploaded the required passport specification

Employment Records (11 Pages): The documents were merged in the following order:
1. Letter of Introduction
2. Confirmation of Appointment
3. Promotion Letter
4. Revised Emolument Page
5. Staff Identity Card
6. Six Months Payslips(June-November 2018)

Client Information Placeholder(12 pages): I merged the following documents :
1. General Letter of Explanation(LOE) 2: It contained every detail I needed to clarify in my application
2. My Schedule A(5 Pages- I had an extra sheet( grin)
3. Hubby’s Schedule A(4 pages)
4. USA Visa Refusal Letter (White Paper)

Concerns: There was a funny gender error on my reference letter , I complained to my HR but was told it was insignificant and would not render the letter invalid.
Also, my daughter's birth certificate had more names than necessary as against her International Passport hence I went back to NPC to get a new one. If I had researched properly, a simple LOE would have saved me that extra 3.5k the officials collected.
I specially want to appreciate all those who have directly or indirectly helped me in the course of the (COPR) journey. @Glitteringstar (You’re wonderful and I owe you a treat kiss); @Bimsebony ( kiss kiss) and @Hykin - You are both amazing souls, this story is incomplete without mentioning you. These beautiful people are now my ‘family’. I owe them so much gratitude. @Hykin , I will celebrate your PPR soon.

To @Joo2018, @Elfmannisback now @Ontarioissauga, @McStan18 ,@Newmum0615,@Cochtrane, @MummyJaygirls (the first person I Pmed) , @Kontagious, @iamdatguy, @Happytbaby, @Hephgirl @Datechman, @RamJ @ebonyNaija, @DadR, @ifeoma77 , @Tojued …. I appreciate you all.
To everyone I couldn’t mention their monikers, I apologise. I appreciate everyone on the thread. God bless you all.

Above all, the entire journey is expensive, yet achievable. Do not give up , you can achieve it.
NB: ALL ERRORS ARE MINE−THANK YOU

TO GOD BE THE GLORY, NOW AND FOREVER MORE AMEN

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 2:42am On Mar 19, 2019
Topsmamen:


Use this site to practice - https://ieltsonlinetests.com/

I have sent some Cambridge IELTS materials to your email. Just click the link to download them.

If you are interested in joining a WhatsApp study group, reach out to this number - 08026543600.

cc: @wasseynewest

Thank you
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 4:44pm On Mar 18, 2019
Thanks for the reply.

Please I need the IELTS study material to prepare for my Test. my email address is Udjonah@gmail.com.

Thanks in anticipation
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by udemski(m): 4:38pm On Mar 18, 2019
Topsmamen:


No, just the General Test.

You need to apologize to Page 1 for not paying a visit. Lol.
Hi

Thanks
Travel / Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by udemski(m): 4:20pm On Mar 18, 2019
koleefem05:
LONG POST ALERT

The desire to leave the shores of this country became fully matured in December 2016.
At this time, I've missed so many opportunities due to lack of knowledge, pride and loyalty to motherland.
I don't need to bore you with my story...especially how I spent all the money I was forced to save up for Canny processing on my first automobile. The good news however is that, I am leaving finally, and for good! My family was granted Tas 489 Visa on 16th March 2019- the mail dropped at about 1:35am. And I gave way to tears! Sleep disappeared.

Nominated Occupation- Agricultural Consultant (234111)
IED- August 8, 2019.

First IELTS-
21st January 2017
L-7.5, R-6.0, W-6.5, S-8

PTE-
25th July 2017
L-66, R-71, S-63, W-81.

Second IELTS-
2nd December 2017
L-7.5, R-8.0, S-7.5, W-7.5

VETASSESS application submitted 10th August, 2017
Positive outcome- 27th September, 2017 at about 12:10am.
Applied to Victoria- 21st December, 2017.
Application rejected on 22nd January 2018- SAME GENERIC STORY (Spit)

At this point, I became discouraged. A lot happened! (Skip).

Thanks to Olusola who called on that fateful Sunday and gave some ginger, and @pearlypriest who became a monitoring spirit.#lols.

29th June 2018- Applied to TAS for nomination.
30th July 2018- Case Officer was assigned.
6th August 2018- Application supported .
8th August, 2018- Police Clearance Certificate processed and collected.
19th October 2018- Visa application made through Austransact (cheapest, convenient, transparent), though wasn't confirmed until Monday 22nd due to late payment on Friday 19th.
21st October 2018- Baby came- Implication? We'll have to pay Visa fee for baby since our payment wasn't confirmed before baby's arrival. Waited till CO requested we pay after uploading Form 1441- Notification of change in Circumstances.

8th January, 2019- Yellow card processed and collected.
10th January, 2019- CO requested we pay for baby as additional dependent, and do medicals. Again, we paid through Austransact (Fast, Convenient, Reliable). Booked medicals with IOM, and the earliest date we could get was Feb 7, 2019.
7th February 2019- Medical examination.

16th March 2019- GRANT.
THE GOLDEN MAIL!!! The mail notifications actually woke me.

Was it an easy process? No! But is it worth it ABSOLUTELY!!!
Let Jah be praised.

And now, I can't but mention and appreciate just few of those who stuck with me and saw me through the process- in no particular order:
@bellong- You're forever blessed among men Sir.
@Alphadoor- The door is forever opened in your favour.
@pearlypriest- Happy 10 years wedding anniversary...more blessed togetherness Sir. You've been closer than a brother.
@mamajazz- your joy shall know no bounds.
@annbababie- We started this together. Don't give up! Next baby must be in Aussie; we agreed.
@hordunayodt- Remain blessed wherever you are. You offered your back when I started this journey.
@hosflex- May Jehovah provide a full reward for you Sir. Don't lose hope.
@diggy4real- There's always light at the end of the tunnel, your grant is closer than you expect.
@Phlunteer- Sister, God has gone ahead of you to Canny, take it as a redirection.
@afolaseg- Bless you Sir.
@segunwamiri- Don't ever give up brother! Delay is never denial. You’re in it to win it!
@Obigirl- Remain strong as ever. We need you more here.
@Zanyzara- You’re selfless. Goodness and mercy follow you everyday...safe journey in advance Mama.
@catchdwind4rmkd- You’re an inspiration. God bless you abundantly.
@jayooh- My TAS host in whom I am well pleased…bless you Sir.
@Embassy4u- Your reward is greater than you could ever imagine. Nkwobi for you.
@teewhysafe- Thank you for vetting my documents. More joy in your home.
@obiangeli- You're a blessing.
@fanne: Thank you, but please don't quit.
@nkechima: God continue to bless your way.

Infact @everybody- I LOVE YOU ALL. Bye.

Congratulation. For the IELTS did you register for Academic or General Training Test
Travel / Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by udemski(m): 10:56pm On Mar 17, 2019
Pls I need answer

udemski:
Hi Everyone,

I Want to know if anyone has used CPA or IPA to evaluate the job title Accountant (General) 221111. and knows which is easier, quick and is best
Travel / Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by udemski(m): 2:54pm On Mar 16, 2019
Hi Everyone,

I Want to know if anyone has used CPA or IPA to evaluate the job title Accountant (General) 221111. and knows which is easier, quick and is best
Travel / Re: DIY Guide To Australian Permanent Resident Visa - Part 2 by udemski(m): 2:16pm On Mar 16, 2019
joyoi:
Hello everyone, am glad to be here thanks for all the information we keep gathering here,we are seriously thinking of going this Australia route but I have some small small questions I want the elders to please help me answer:

my hubby is 34yrs with a degree in accounting and masters in finance, he will be 8years by april 1st working as an internal auditor in a bank, please how positive will his assessment be with VETASSES, he is going to be the primary applicant.

I on the other hand though havent worked in a while but I have a degree in adult education/english and have over 4years of work experience in customer service. Pls do I need to also get verified too?

Please what is the cost implication (visa fee, immigration fee, proof of funds e.t.c. I dont mind a rough estimate pls) for a family of three in this australia immigration journey.

Please elders dont be offended if my questions are too much, just look with pity on dis smallie. I will really appreciate any kind and helpful response I can get. Thanks in anticipation.

I want to know if you've done done the assessment.
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 12:32pm On Sep 18, 2017
edirex:
I know a place in lagos. Alagbon police station. As of last year is 6000 Naira



okay, please do you have anyone phone number at Alagbon police station because am not in lagos now.

please can i get it within 2 hours
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 5:50pm On Sep 17, 2017
udemski:
Do anybody have an ideal on how to obtain police report in Lagos CID office in Lagos

Please I need answers
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 11:00pm On Sep 16, 2017
Do anybody have an ideal on how to obtain police report in Lagos CID office in Lagos
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 8:41am On Sep 16, 2017
RalphJean:



UDEMSKY:
You need answers? What is/are the QUESTION(S)?

My friend was refuse visa. So am asking what should he do. Please find the attached document reason for refusal

Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 8:37am On Sep 16, 2017
thekid123:


Sorry to hear about the rejection, but I think you need to specify exactly what question you need answers to. Are you considering an Admin Review? Also why did your friend have two interviews?

Thanks for your response
Can he apply for administrative review. I don't know why he had 2 interview
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 5:35pm On Sep 15, 2017
udemski:
Hello

My friend was refuse visa. Kindly look at the attached document reason for refusal

Please I need answers

Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 6:46am On Sep 15, 2017
enigmang:


The Interview your friend had was it a written interview or an Oral interview..?
To be honest his/her answers was all over the place and not direct. The interview was an opportunity to convince them of his/her claims; and the answers there didn't help at all and was contradictory.

Thanks so much for the reply.
He did oral interview. So what should he do now
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 10:57pm On Sep 14, 2017
Hello

My friend was refuse visa. Kindly look at the attached document reason for refusal

Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 10:22pm On Sep 14, 2017
To God be the Glory.

I applied on 17/8/17
I applied for my wife on 18/8/17
We both did biometric on 21/8/17
I did interview on 21/8/17
Tls sent our application to ukvi On 21/8/17
Ukvi received our visa application on 22/8/17
Since we both paid for priority visa we had to call ukvi on 5/8/17
We got a mail from ukvi on 10/8/17 that they won't be able to decide our application within 15 working days except we paid for priority visa
I got a call from ukvi for 2nd interview on 11/8/17
We finally got the decision mail 14/8/17 by 12:41pm
We got the collection mail 14/8/17 by 2:14 pm
I pick up our visa on 14/8/17 by 2:45pm
Visa granted. God will surly grant everyone visa by God grace

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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 12:25pm On Sep 14, 2017
jayken07:



Hello guys, Got my visa today.

Timeline:

Submission-18th of August.
Paid Priority service
Biometrics and interview 22nd August
Sheffield ECO email on Monday the 23rd August
I called UKVI on the 11th of September which was my 13th working day and they told me awaiting decision.
Got TLS Decision mail yesterday,13th of Sept.
Got collection email too yesterday at about 5pm.
Immediately I started tracking the courier delivery as DHL sent me an email to track my package and this morning at about 9:45am, the dhl guys didn't call but came to my estate and I guess the security guys directed them to my place and my dad received my package..I opened and visa granted till 2021
London we are coming
Please everyone still awaiting theirs should be patient and prayerful..And note that delay isn't denial..mine was exactly 15working days after taking off the public holiday held (remember I paid for priority)
.


Congratulations. I guess you are going for DBA kindly give me your email address .
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 7:02pm On Sep 13, 2017
ProjektRekt:
Timeline:
Application submitted: 8th September
Biometrics and interview: 11th September
Decision made:12th September
Collection mail: 12th September

I collected my visa today to the glory of God. Special thanks to Question1 for answering my initial question and thanks to the others who posted because I got some valuable information too.

I used Super priority. Also, anyone who came back from the UK after staying for more than 6 months and has stayed less than 6 months in Nigeria does not require a TB test. Hope you guys waiting for your visas are all successful.


Congratulations
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 5:39pm On Sep 13, 2017
Iamtomilade:



Students arriving at other airports like Heathrow may be subject to intense questioning...... I pray everyone gets their visas soon

Amen
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 8:31am On Sep 08, 2017
donbreeezy:
I hail everyone in the house... @justwise well done sir!
Please I need clarification on these;

1. I just received my CAS yesterday and the course start date is September 5th which was about 3days ago. Have you ever seen or heard of such? I want to apply for priority visa today, will this date affect my visa outcome??

2. I was also advised before the CAS issuance to include a letter that indicates the origin of the funds in my father's account and that the fund is his when applying for visa. I hope this is not strange..

I'll appreciate your responses

i will advise you to apply for Super Priority Visa because of the peak period and to meet up your last resumption date. so far super priority us to take 2-4 working days and priority use to take 15-18 working days and standard can even take 20-35 working days

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Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 9:43am On Aug 25, 2017
Good morning,

I want to ask if there is any link to track UK visa application. Apart from

https://uk.tlscontact.com/ng/ABV/index.php

If there is, kindly reply my post and give me the link

Thanks in anticipation
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 4:14pm On Aug 17, 2017
Good Afternoon,

i want to know which link is the correct Tier 4 Visa application link

https://www.visa4uk.fco.gov.uk/account/register

https://uk.tlscontact.com/ng/lgv/register.php
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 10:15pm On Aug 08, 2017
Please, I want to ask if it's advisable to apply with 2 account to show as prove of maintenance fund. Reason is because, she paid complete 1st year tuition fee and now put in money for maintenance fund account @ 450 even when the oanda rate was @ 402 but now oanda rate is @ 473 she now need 300,000 which she have in another bank for more than 4 month. Now can she submit 2 account statement from 1st bank and Skye Bank all bearing her name. Or is there any place in the UK tier 4 visa tier Procedure
Travel / Re: Uk Student Visa/tier 4 Pbs - Your Questions Answered Part 3 by udemski(m): 7:02am On Jul 19, 2017
lafad11:
I appreciate you all that took time to read and reply my post. I'm in a fix right now. Telling my brothers to send money from UK, changing it to naira and later changing
it back to pounds is kinda difficult for me.

Like I said earlier I have more than my living expenses (£9k)funds in my account but the the balance of the tuition is what I dont have in my account.

Thanks

i will advise you. just look for the balance of your tuition fee and add with your maintenance fund.

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