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Sunday, May 26, 2019

Relocating To Another Country Without Stress...

What are the fastest ways to Migrate to Another Country?The US;Canada and some Countries in Europe as points of references would be good....








What are the best ways to do so and what qualifications does one need to have to be able to live the good life in these Countries...

For those that wanna Migrate to Canada,I hear you need to have a dollar account with TWENTY THREE THOUSAND Dollars in it to show you will be able to support yourself before you get a Job...


Australia is a good place to go and one gets Jobs almost Immediately but its a long way from home and most people who relocate there don't like coming out of the Country because of the long Journey there.....School is the best way to get into this Country,just like Germany.

Most of you who relocate and need good Jobs need to go back to school once you get there...who pays for the schools fees is a big problems cos the family back home would need you to be sending money so consider that and opt for small jobs....

Three blog visitors (two popular ones)have mailed me to say they are relocating to other Countries in a matter of days...living it all behind to begin a life that is worth the stress........their tips would also be useful.

The most Important thing to know?Getting the Visa's has become really really tough....Any tips?
I hope this post helps someone!!!

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  1. Ready to learn because I want to relocate with my children, Us or Europe

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    1. Australia has been my dream country, but when I look at the money involve, I just weak and respect myself so I don't end up giving myself high blood pressure.

      Honestly, traveling out of the country at this time will be a great joy to me, for this country has really dealt with me.

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    2. If you plan to relocate to Australia it’s is usually better to leave the behind. Secure and accomodation and a stable job before bringing them over. Child care is avery expensive venture and if you have school age child/ children it is compulsory to enroll them into school too. Consider all these before you make a decision.

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    3. I paid my School fees 2years ago from for a 2years course, i paid for 1year 7k $ but i have applied for Visa twice now they rejected me, my sponsor summited all doc and she got a house here, she is my half sis, but the reason they rejected me was because my salary here is small, my traveling history is poor after i have about 10 stamps from Africa countries, i got my last denial just 4days ago, i cried on my way to ikota Lekki to pick my passport, i wrote to the school to defer me to January, if they refused i may ask for study refund

      Canada i really do not know what i did to u guyz o o

      Pls i need to appeal
      How can i go about it

      Merci

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    4. @mercil you need to raise your financial statements. There are guys here who do it for a fee,they will repackage your financial statement saying you earn better and you have a sizable sum as deposit in your account...find such links and they won't reject you again.
      Aso for your travel history Canada doesn't really care about that for a student visa.

      LEPπŸ˜›

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    5. anon14.53, before you really again try and apply for your GCMS note, it takes about one month and then address the issues raised with a letter of explanation. Also try and raise your money, change your program to a one year if it's a diploma program.

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    6. Sorry for the typos. I meant b4 you reapply again

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    7. Please ask can I relocate to Germany without speaking/understanding german

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  2. we are listening πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

    we must go to "the abroad "

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  3. Pls I'm very much interested in this post,i will be checking back for comments updates,this as been one of wildest dream to relocate and gain citizenship abroad.

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  4. Abeg whatever it takes,i only want to visit 9ja on vacation.

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  5. Yaba left escapee26 May 2019 at 13:51

    Why most Nigerians have your eyes on mainly the West surprises me, ive spent time in 2 countries in Asia, and its nothing short of home, even the weather is as friendly as the citizens, the only challenge i remember having was speaking Mandarin/Tagalog...

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    1. Atheist/Caesar after traveling like this u still in yaba left. You need to appease ur village gods.

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    2. Yaba left escapee26 May 2019 at 15:30

      Y'all keep trying to link past & present IDs here, well if you must know, my previous ID on this blog was Erased Ink, if you remember that ID.

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    3. Oh wow YLE.. I remember erased ink very well.
      The main reason people here shy away from Asian and some European countries is just what you mentioned; the Language barrier.

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  6. Correction: you need to have 12,669 Canadian Dollars for a single person. Not 23k.

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    1. @Anno 14*03
      Please should it b in a Salary account or personal account as i heard its not good to keep money in your Salary account.
      Alot of people transfer their salary out of their account immediately they receive it also please i thought they will not need your account but that of the sponsor's own

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    2. @Lilly simple...There is nothing wrong with having money in your salary account,people who transfer money out of their salary account do it for personal reasons but not because it's unsafe to keep money in your salary account...The salary account and personal account has the same security from the bank so it makes no sense.

      Also you must provide your sponsors account and your account if you are migrating because they need to be sure that you can take care of yourself there if your sponsor decides to stop helping you...so they need both for immigration.


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  7. I just got a six months visa to the Uk with effect from the month of July.

    I'd appreciate tips on how to take advantage of this financially.

    I ain't considering relocation because I haven't got the financial wherewithal at the moment and I don't have any family in Canada.

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    1. You don’t need family to relocate to Canada
      Just go to Nairaland and follow the federal express entry program thread. All details are there

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    2. Explore build your travel history. Do not over stay! Leave when it’s time and one day you’ll be giving longer visa valIdity

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  8. A detailed expo on moving to Australia or Canada will be very helpful at this time for me.

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    1. Follow Canadainfohub and get all the information you need for free

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  9. I can only talk about immigrating to canada through school and federal skilled workers express entry.
    To get to canada through express entry you have to have done the following
    1)Ielts general exams
    2) get all transcripts for your degree (Bsc, masters and Co)
    3) Get your professional degrees evaluated.
    4)send all your transcript and professional degree to canada WES for evaluation so as to have CRS point.The Federal Skilled Worker candidates obtain a score under Express Entry's Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) that determines their ranking in the pool of eligible candidates.

    5)create a profile on the federal skilled workers database or Quebec or provincial nominee immigration program...depending on the one that suits you.

    5)once you are able to get a CRS point above the required score then you get sent a mail to drop your visa and other documents for verification.
    Other documents include :Medical report,police report,Bank statement and others.

    As an individual you need at least 12500 Canadian dollars as Bank statement showing that you can at least take care of yourself while there.
    It's a long process that might take at least 8 months but once can you followill through and can can provide ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS then you will get their visa


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    1. Thanks for this!

      Pls is there age limit?

      Can a single mom with kids apply? No relative there oh

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    2. There is no age limit for the federal skilled workers express entry program.
      Also as a single mom you can apply just that you will need to show proof of having at least $25000 Canadian dollars for a family of 4. This funds tells the govt that you can settle in and take care of yourself and your kids for the next 3-4months while you wait for a job.


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    3. What's the value of the Canadian dollar to naira

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    4. She must spoon feed you. Imagine. Asking her question you should ask google. I don’t blame you, shebi she’s here giving you all the info. Info that you can get on the net with the same data you’re using on gossip blogs. Lazy youth

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    5. The older you get, your point reduces. There are points for each age group.

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  10. God bless Stella for this... Please bvs who know about it should explain to us.. Any country you think is good is welcomed

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  11. Here to read and learn,please experienced bvs,come and educate us

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  12. My husband wants me to join him in Canada though he's PR already how long is it going to take plus is going with a visiting visa good a good idea? please I need answers.

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    1. If you are going with a visiting visa, be sure you come back home before it expires. Your husband who is a permanent resident should already understand the process of filing for you and the minimum number of years it will take to pull through.
      I don't know how long it takes for Canada though.

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    2. Since your husband has his PR already then he should be looking at getting the Family/spouse sponsorship immigration program...it should take you up to 6 months if you have all your documents.
      Don't do a visiting visa as the one about gives you legal permit to stay.As long as your husband can prove to the immigration Office that he can support you financially and you don't need social assistance from the govt.


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    3. Yaba left escapee26 May 2019 at 15:12

      ...with this kind of english they'd deny you VISA

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    4. YLE, see who's talking? You too are claiming knowledge of the English language. Interesting. Abeg, park well.

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    5. Since your husband is a PR and if you have a visiting visa, its the best way for you to migrate as soon as possible. However if you do not have, he would have to file for you

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  13. please which country can an HIV positive person relocate to, I don't want to waste money and layer be disqualified because of that

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    1. If you want to travel without going through Medical test it must not b through Student Visa Its compulsory for anyone going as student to do Medicals especially Canada

      You can apply for visiting as i heard Visa less than 6mths don't need Medicals
      Its not only HIV they look for, mostly Hepatitis
      They shouldn't discriminate against thoes that have but u know they also need to protect their country as well
      Goodluck to you

      Me na Student Visa i want but they kept saying my finance is low

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    2. You can relocate to any country as long as you have medical insurance to take care of yourself in that country...I suggest you speak with an immigration consultant who is resident in the country you want to migrate to, you will find many of them online chat them up and your fears about traveling with your medical conditions might not be a big deal

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    3. I have been offered a job in Toronto, Canada but I am skeptical about applying for a work visa because of my HIV status. Does anyone here know if this will pose a problem? I don’t have any other challenges, financial or otherwise.

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    4. UK my dear as long as you don’t have tuberculosis!!!! They shouldn’t discriminate against you just because you are HIV+..... xxbarbiexx

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    5. @15.46, your HIV status disqualifies you. Canada will refuse your application based on your status, when you apply for permanent residence.

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    6. anon 14.48, with the removal of the MEDICAL INADMISSIBILITY clause April last year by the liberal government you 100% can, make sure your CD4 count is high and you are stable. I was on that table for years due to my son's medical condition our application took 2years, but immediately the rule was changed we got our visas and I know alot of people who were on a forum for medical inadmissibility who have all been approved.
      If you want to do it, get on with it because if conservatives win by October they might bring back the rule or attach conditions

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    7. Anon 19:35 the rule has been relaxed by the liberal government

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    8. @15.46, do it quickly. These rules change very fast. Your status currently does not count against you. If still in doubt, consult an immigration lawyer online based in Canada (not one in Nigeria o)

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  14. To immigrate to Canada, we have many routes to achieve this objective but I will be considering the Federal Skilled Worker route under the Express Entry(EE).
    Before embarking on this journey, you must have the 3Ps(Prepare, Patience & Perseverance) and the greatest of all is God’s favour and direction.
    Get all your documents and that of your family members ready as EE is truly express(ITA (invitation to apply) to COPR (Confirmation of Permanent Residence) is within 1-6 months as against the old system under FSW that took several months to be completed).

    Step 1-Read the background to Canadian immigration at www.cic.gc.ca
    Click English/French whichever is applicable to you. Next click on immigrate.

    Step 2-Visit British Council to write the English language requirement for the prog which is IELTS General training.
    This can be done online or visit them at their center or you write the French Language test(TEF) at Alliance Frances.
    Note 1.if you are married, it is strongly encouraged that both spouse should write the language test.
    Note 2.The minimum score set by IRCC is Listening 6,Writing 6,Reading 6 & Speaking 6.
    But from my personal findings, the target score for the Principal Applicant(PA) should be L8,W7,R7 & S7 but greater score will be more beneficial(L9,W9,R9 & S9).This score is achievable please.
    Note 3.You can boost your point if you can write the French language(TEF) if you wish to but it is not compulsory
    Note 4.You must prepare well for the language assessment. Don’t stop pushing till you get the desired score
    Go to www.ieltsbuddy.com for practice tests

    Step 3-You must have your education credential assessed by authorized Canadian body.
    Designed organizations for ECAs are CES, ICAS,WES,IQAS,ICES(For all professions except medicine & Pharmacy).
    MCC for Doctors and PEBC for Pharmacists
    Note 1.For Education Credential Assessment(ECA),It is encouraged that the Principal Applicant(PA) & Spouse evaluate their educational credentials
    Note 2.You must evaluate all your academic credentials but if you're struggling to get all of them sent to the evaluating body, go ahead and evaluate your highest level of education.
    Note 3.Do your transcript runs with your Nigerian institutions yourself pls.
    Note 4.ECA reports take minimum of 6-8weeks to be delivered to you and could also take several months if you are not proactive.
    Steps 1-3 are the directional compass to start your journey. Without these steps you can't start the process.

    Step 4. Gather all your docs like IELTS test report, ECA, Job related doc, Proof of funds, Birth Cert (for children) etc.

    Step 5. Be ready to go into the express entry pool via MYCIC. Here we have 3 subclasses
    1.Direct route based on high CRS Points (You can stay anywhere in Canada)
    Or
    2.Nomination by Province(PNP)
    3.Job offer
    For 1 above
    Conditions-Age is on your side(18-35),Master's degree,At least 3-6years work experience,Single/Married & above all very outstanding IELTS Score(L8,W7,R7 & S7).With these conditions you can get into the pool with above 400 CRS Points.
    For 2 above
    PNP is when a province nominate you and this could be achieved regardless of your age.
    When you are nominated, you will have 600 points and this will be linked to your existing CRS points. With this you will have CRS point of over 800 out of 1,200.
    You must visit the province websites all the time to know when their nomination is available.
    For 3 above
    Go online and start applying for jobs in Canada. If you have a job offer (LMIA authorized) you will be credited with 600 points as well.

    Step 6. If you are selected in the pool, expect Invitation To Apply(ITA) from IRCC. You must either accept or decline the ITA within 60 days.

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    1. plz...with all these write ups...can someone migrate to Canada with just o level certificate
      wish to go back to school when I get there....but all I'm seeing here is having a degree and other certificates

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    2. Thanks Default smile. Very informative.

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    3. Anon 15:32
      Na lie, finish your school here. Schools plenty here, you no pass for nigeria na canada u wan pass?

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@Anon 15:32

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    5. How do you evaluate your credentials pls?

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  15. Step 7. If you accept the ITA, go for upfront Medicals at any of the designated medical centres in Nigeria and police certificate from Alagbon and be ready to upload all your supporting documents online via MYCIC.

    Step 8. Expect your Confirmation of Permanent Residence(COPR) within 1-6 months if all background, security & criminality checks are satisfactory okay with IRCC.

    Step 9. Land in Canada to become Permanent Resident(PR)

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  16. Okay nau. Let's say I want to relocate, who will give me Twenty three thousand DOLLARS. Where I wan find am.

    If I have that money, I will set up myself a nice house in a cool and a stress free city in Nigeria. Then travel abroad occasionally for vacation and "seeing the world".

    #TravelTo30CountriesBefore30Years

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    1. Yaba left escapee26 May 2019 at 15:10

      You can start with the neighbouring countries, use them to disvirgin your passport, a passport with different stamps/VISA gains more respect than fresh pages...

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    2. 30 countries before 30 years is achievable. Should I take up this challenge πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„


      I need the savings for more businesses before pleasure

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    3. Of course @Yabaleft I'm working on that. Going is not the problem. It's plane fares, vi fees, accommodation, etc


      Blogbrity that's cool. This life na once,let's make the most out of it.

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    4. All these stress just to relocate. ..NaiJa we die hereπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚it's easier here biko

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    5. 23k dollars is for a family of 4. I think it’s just 12k plus for a single person. And it always pays to start the process, you never know what God can do when it gets to that point!!

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  17. y Europe or US all the time?I am living my life in Angola and I will tell u it's a great country.as an IT expert, the pay is too good.

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    1. To get Angola visa,no be moi moi and they are too jealous,lazy youth full there.

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    2. Ah na wa. Nigeria please repent!

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  18. Everybody canada,please someone that knows about sweden,norway,iceland or denmark should talk,don't worry about the cold,i will survive it.

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    1. Yaba left escapee26 May 2019 at 15:35

      As the penguin that your are.

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    2. The only way you can get RP in those countries that you mentioned is either through marriage or someone with P can file for you as a sibling.

      Those countries don't easily grant RP to economic immigrants.

      If you enter with a student visa, be prepared to leave after you finish your studies, you can only continue your stay if you graduate as the best student and you already fit into the job market, your employer can help with some documents that will help you file for RP.

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  19. Hope you all will remember that there is no place like home

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    1. Home is wherever the heart is.

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    2. Right about now, the heart is in Canada or Norway.

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  20. Please for a family of 4, husband wife and 2kids how much will be required as the proof of funds?
    Rosie.

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    1. About$25000 Canadian dollars as at the last time I checked.

      LEPπŸ˜›

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  21. Has anyone got contact details of a reliable Canada immigration expert/firm here in the UK? I live in the UK but would like to try the skilled worker (express entry) route to Canada

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    1. You can run the package yourself, join Facebook groups whose interest are in migrating to canada and go on YouTube and you see tons of information that will empower you to do it urself.

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    2. Google is your friend.

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  22. I plan on going my masters degree in America, what are the procedures

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    1. first try to write your GRE and thereafter apply to different schools in USA. however before applying for admission make sure you check their tuition cos they can be very expensive. also check for schools that give scholarship to international students. you are also advised to check admission requirement of each school you intend to apply to. the koko is to have financial backing I.e a sponsor.

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  23. Thank u stella for this post!
    Please house, i have been thinking about going to a very good country for check-up as regards my infertility issue but dont know how to go about it.
    These people know their onion and leave the rest to God.
    I feel doctors here are only interested in money....
    Please help a crying woman.

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    1. Sha don’t consider UK. If they find anything in your body na how to remove through surgery they know.

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    2. Uk, us, Germany & India (yes India) choose your hospital wisely. Don’t look for cheap, life has no duplicate.

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    3. There are some very good fertility specialists in Nigeria that are not money conscious. I can recommend a few. Which city are you in?

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  24. Please who knows about Germany . I plan going there to do my masters

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    1. Please I am interested in Germany too.. Some come and answer us oo

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    2. You need like 4 million naira(8500€) to get a German visa for a student after gaining admission

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    3. Most state Universities in Germany are tuition free, but u need that 8500 Euros in your blocked account before you'll be granted visa. However, If you have someone (family or friends) residing legally and working in Germany, they could assist you with sponsorship letter from the alien office in their city.
      With sponsorship letter, you don't need to show 8500 € in your account.

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    4. Most I be fluent in german

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  25. Thanks for this platform Stella

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  26. Who knows about relocating to US with
    K2 spousal Visa

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  27. Reading these comments make me very sad about the state of Nigeria. I'm a Nigerian who was born and raised in the US but has lived in Nigeria throughout parts of my life. I've always known I was privileged to be born with a blue passport but many Nigerians aboard dream of one day settling back home. It's a shame that we as Nigerians have to leave our country in search of prosperity in other's land because our leaders have made our country only a playground for the rich. I will say this though, the grass isn't always greener on the other side, there are things that I miss about being in Nigeria and things you have to deal with as a black person in America or Europe that makes you question your belief in God or a fair and equitable world. Any of you that are trying for visas for school or work, don't be discouraged by denial, pray and put it on God's hands and continue to apply. Also look at opportunities in Nigeria for financial growth while you are also trying to go aboard. It is best to have one foot planted in Nigeria and the other somewhere else. Best of luck to all of those who are trying to leave, may God guide your way.

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  28. Reading these comments make me very sad about the state of Nigeria. I'm a Nigerian who was born and raised in the US but has lived in Nigeria throughout parts of my life. I've always known I was privileged to be born with a blue passport but many Nigerians aboard dream of one day settling back home. It's a shame that we as Nigerians have to leave our country in search of prosperity in other's land because our leaders have made our country only a playground for the rich. I will say this though, the grass isn't always greener on the other side, there are things that I miss about being in Nigeria and things you have to deal with as a black person in America or Europe that makes you question your belief in God or a fair and equitable world. Any of you that are trying for visas for school or work, don't be discouraged by denial, pray and put it on God's hands and continue to apply. Also look at opportunities in Nigeria for financial growth while you are also trying to go aboard. It is best to have one foot planted in Nigeria and the other somewhere else. Best of luck to all of those who are trying to leave, may God guide your way.

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    1. Madam. Come back to the Nigeria then and stop preaching nonsense from the other side.That's what you all say. My good people please relocate ooo. Nigeria is a mess. I just did to study in Europe and the standard of education and living here is top notch. Dont mind these selfish people

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  29. I don't think I want to relocate to any country. I love my life here and my job. If you have money, Nigeria is heaven. And I still believe things will get better, eventually.

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    1. I have a lot of money. Earn way more than 90% of Nigerians. There is nothing heavenly about Nigeria. It is not like there is no evil elsewhere but the one in this country is one of a kind. Quality of life is zero and human life is worth nothing. Did you hear about the 33yr old nurse who died due to lack of ventilator in general hospital after being pushed out of a one chance bus? Or the girl that was washed away from a manhole to a canal? These are just regular occurrences in this country that money will not insulate you from. The politicans are most insensitive and don't even pretend to care again

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    2. While I was replying your post, a young girl under 30 is about to die at one of the leading teaching hospitals in Nigeria (I will not call its name) Renal failure. Doctors battled all night to stabilize her and moved her to ICU. By 6am this morning generator has gone off. No back up and ventilator has stopped working. There is a private ICU in the hospital and they are saying her family must pay before they take her in. Family do not even have money to buy the medicine surgeons recommended tankless of private ICU. The doctor is just in one corner crying. Doctor is saying that the only reason why this girl is going to die is because she was born in Nigeria and lives in this country.

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  30. I am getting married to someone in UK, please how do I apply for a visa to enable stay in uk(I don’t want a six month visa but two years visa).

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    1. As soon as you do your court wedding here, the person can file papers for your spousal Visa even before you join him. In 3 months it should be out and you can join him permanently. As long as he is legit there and has a verifiable source of income. Please don't let him deceive you

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  31. Please does anyone know about fully sponsored short IT courses in any country outside Nigeria...I really want to have travelling experience.
    I once applied for India ITEC program but was not invited for interview and anytime I try to reapply I notice Nigeria is no longer in the list of countries that can apply.
    Please any info on this?

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