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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by majeobaje: 8:46pm On Jun 17, 2020
Good evening everyone,

Hope you are good?

I got an admission into Thompson Rivers University for a Post Baccalaureate diploma in Finance.

There is “Not Visa Purpose” written on the Conditional Acceptance Letter issued to me and that I will be issued with an Unconditional Acceptance Letter once I pay my fees (both Tuition and other fees).

My question is can I use such Conditional acceptance letter for study permit application processing?

Frankrobbn1:


Please waste no time again. You can apply for your visa with the conditional acceptance you received from the school. IRCC will not reject your application once you can demonstrate that the conditions stipulated on your acceptance letter can be met. I can barely count how many applicants I know that were successful with conditional acceptance letters. I don't see why you should be waiting until this moment before submitting your application.

I may also provide you with proofs so as to validate this information and quench your curiosity.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Nobody: 8:54pm On Jun 17, 2020
majeobaje:
Good evening everyone,

Hope you are good?

I got an admission into Thompson Rivers University for a Post Baccalaureate diploma in Finance.

There is “Not Visa Purpose” written on the Conditional Acceptance Letter issued to me and that I will be issued with an Unconditional Acceptance Letter once I pay my fees (both Tuition and other fees).

My question is can I use such Conditional acceptance letter for study permit application processing?

you can’t
You have to pay the fees so they can send the official one you can use to apply
Bless
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by sleekysoft(m): 8:57pm On Jun 17, 2020
HEllo TRV hopefuls, how are you doing and what is going on here? I can't believe i am back on here after months of not visiting.. I really wish to help but the time hasn't really been there.. Where are the GURU... NO 1 undisputed Frankrobben, my crazy friends AUStacus and naijaforeigner...

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Pee2Jay9: 9:16pm On Jun 17, 2020
I want to be like u when i grow up.. You've infact laid this matter to rest. Thank you... Finish with Canada and come and help Nigeria biko, we need knowledgeable persons like u taking up leadership positions..

Frankrobbn1:


Permit me to combat my intended point of view about the above matter. It is a well-known fact that Canada visa thread on Nairaland moves faster than Australian Student thread, this independently doesn't convey that there is leniency in visa issuance for Nigerian students travelling to Canada than Australia. Instead, It is as a result of the following shortlisted factors that influenced more applicants wanting to further their studies in Canada than Australia.

These deciding factors includes;

1. Canada tuition fees are way cheaper than Australia.
2. The chances of becoming a permanent resident of Canada is high whether your program is in demand or not. Once you're done with your studies and have acquired at least a 1 year working experience in Canada, You're very eligible to dive into the Express Entry Pool or possibly get nominated by the province where you schooled. However, in Australia the reverse is the case because if the expertise of your program is not in demand you will be forced to return to your home country.
3. Again, the cost of living is cheaper in Canada than Australia.
4. In terms of universities ranking, Canada is uppermost than Australia.
5. Furthermore, Scholarship availability is higher in Canadian Universities than in Australia.
6. Another driving factor is the fact that Canada doesn't require applicants coming from Nigeria to show proof of English proficiency (IELTS/TOEFL) in any stage of the process (admission or visa). On the other note, English proficiency test is a compulsory requirement for every applicant going to Australia for studies and it's also a requirement in the Australian Study Visa application.


I believe the above information will give you a proper insight as to why Nigerians prefer Canada over other top study destinations like Australia.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Wifefo88: 9:56pm On Jun 17, 2020
Hello guys

Good day...please I want to find out who has paid acceptance fee to centennial college..I have been offered admission and I was told to pay $2650..so I want to know how u paid yours.,was it through a bank or online and how much charges.

Thank you
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Luckymama: 12:15am On Jun 18, 2020
ron5ke:
Quick Question:
While writing LOE, is it advisable to be subtle about the last application refudal or address it head on?

If you were refused a study visa then I would expect that your letter of explanation should be centered around showing why the last refusal was a mistake or how your situation has changed. There’s no need avoiding the topic. As soon as your application is opened the last VO’s notes which details his reasons why he refused you.

It’s better you try your best to address the issues otherwise you might just get the same response
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Luckymama: 12:21am On Jun 18, 2020
H3NR1:
Hi nairalanders,

Pls, I am a secondary school graduate from the year 2018 that just turned 18. I applied to Brandon University to study nursing of which I was admitted for a one-year pre-nursing program (after which I'd be admitted to the full program on passing further requirements for the course).

I have prepared my living allowance of up to $11000 CAD and my sponsor, who happens to be my uncle, has paid half of my fees for the session.

So far, I have the following documents:
* Letter of Sponsorship from Uncle
* Admission letter
* Receipt of school fees payment
* Bank statement of 6 months from sponsor
* Bank statement of 6 months for myself (already having the living expenses)

Now I want to apply for a study visa for admission.

What are my chances of getting the visa pls?

Are there any other documents/requirements I'm missing out pls?

Pls, advise me on what to do.

Thanks

The only thing I can think of is maybe an explanation of what you were doing since you left secondary school in 2018. It would be great if it was something related to your chosen career now or some form of volunteering.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Limitededition10: 4:19am On Jun 18, 2020
Frankrobbn1:


Paper applications are taking longer than expected. I think you need to exercise a little bit patience until July when the travel restrictions has been lifted and VAC officially re-open again.


It will end in praise
hello, if one gets a fully funded scholarship to study in Canada, will proof of funds still be required and if yes, is it the same as those without fully funded scholarship?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Sharonyeah: 6:28am On Jun 18, 2020
Good morning everyone, please where can I get police character report here in Lagos.

My second question is How do I go about showing relationship proof between myself and my sponsor who is my brother in law?

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Lekiboboe: 6:55am On Jun 18, 2020
Sharonyeah:
Good morning everyone, please where can I get police character report here in Lagos.

My second question is How do I go about showing relationship proof between myself and my sponsor who is my brother in law?
Hi,
Police Character Certificate is gotten @ Central Criminal Registry Force C.I.D. Annex Alagbon Close Ikoyi Lagos

- u are to go there with ur International Passport (Valid) & a Passport Photograph,
The price ranges from #5K to #10K

Note: Police Clearance Certificate is valid for 3-Months

2) I only have one input in this second question, which is a Letter of Sponsorship from ur Brother In-law
U can await other additional response that will help u in showing proof of relationship BTW u and ur Brother-In-Law

Find attached a sample Letter Of Sponsorship (Brother In-law as Sponsor)
Source : Canada Study Visa Thread Part 15

Note: Remove the "Co-" beside the Sponsor and leave it at "Sponsor"

All da Best!!!!

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by sarmamotors: 8:04am On Jun 18, 2020
I got a mail from IRCC to complete a survey regards how coronavirus affects my study.is this a good sign?
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by NwanyiOkpa(f): 9:09am On Jun 18, 2020
Chimzy4real:
Please how long does it take for memorial university to take admission decision.


It depends. Mine came in less than a month.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Thevenine(m): 9:24am On Jun 18, 2020
Good day house. I have some pertinent questions:

Regarding medicals:

I have an appointment for an upfront medical exam slated for 24th June at IOM Lagos. I have not yet submitted my study permit application but I plan to do so before the date for my medical exam.

My question

1. In the study permit questionnaire where it asks if I have done an IRCC approved medical exam; do I answer yes or no?

Regarding sponsorship:

2. Does my sponsor's bank statement have to be from mybankstatement or can it be a normal statement of account showing credit and debit for the last 6 months?

3. Does the Affidavit of support have to be notarized in front of a notary public?

4. Is it advisable to submit a letter and affidavit of support from my aunt in Canada stating that I will be living with her during the course of my study?

Thanks in advance.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 9:24am On Jun 18, 2020
Limitededition10:
hello, if one gets a fully funded scholarship to study in Canada, will proof of funds still be required and if yes, is it the same as those without fully funded scholarship?

Irrespective of your funding from the University, you need to show proof of funds for your flight itinerary and miscellaneous expenses which you might incur during the course of your studies in Canada. I always advice fully funded applicants to submit at least a bank statement with a closing balance of 1.5 to 2M. This amount is adequately enough in your visa application and it has worked for countless applicants. With that being said, if you don't have the stated figure in your account, you can get a sponsor with an available balance of 5M to cover those incidental expenses.

I hope this information is useful to your enquiry, feel free to ask questions anytime.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 9:32am On Jun 18, 2020
Thevenine:
Good day house. I have some pertinent questions:

Regarding medicals:

I have an appointment for an upfront medical exam slated for 24th June at IOM Lagos. I have not yet submitted my study permit application but I plan to do so before the date for my medical exam.

My question

1. In the study permit questionnaire where it asks if I have done an IRCC approved medical exam; do I answer yes or no?

Regarding sponsorship:

2. Does my sponsor's bank statement have to be from mybankstatement or can it be a normal statement of account showing credit and debit for the last 6 months

3. Does the Affidavit of support have to be notarized in front of a notary public?

Thanks in advance.



Question 1 - You have to answer NO, because during the time of your application submission, you have not undergone any medical examination in the last 12 months.

Question 2 - Any of the two (MyBank Statement or the regular SOA) would work and its very much acceptable by IRCC. If possible, you could get the Mybank statement since it's something you can easily generate using your mobile banking app from your comfort zone without visiting the nearest bank branch office to obtain your financial statements.


Question 3 - Affidavit of Support is a legal document and as such must be duly signed and stamped by either a Notary Public Officer or Commissioner of OATHS. At this present time, the federal high court is yet to reopen in most cities in Nigeria. So, a notary public should be your best move to notarize the document.


I hope you find this information useful to your enquiry. Feel free to ask questions anytime.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ndoeyopbennet: 9:38am On Jun 18, 2020
Limitededition10:
hello, if one gets a fully funded scholarship to study in Canada, will proof of funds still be required and if yes, is it the same as those without fully funded scholarship?

Contrary to what Frankrobbn has said, I'll tell you to only make sure you have some money in your account. Even N500,000 will be enough. Don't go and borrow money or look for sponsors when you already have funding. Getting a sponsor will complicate your application and indicate desperation. Borrowing money will attract question marks as to the source of lump deposits and your rationale.

If you already have up to or more than N500,000 in your account then you're good to go. If not, get a family member, friend or close associate to gift you the money and then explain that in your SOP. The VOs already know that applicants with funding will definitely find a means of leaving Nigeria. They are more concerned with what happens when you reach Canada and your funding answers that concern.

I've seen people who applied for fully funded thesis Masters and PhDs with only N100,000 in their accounts and they were approved. Don't complicate your rather straightforward study permit application. Focus more on home ties and prospects.

Ignore what I've written if what you have is PARTIAL FUNDING.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Thevenine(m): 9:38am On Jun 18, 2020
Frankrobbn1:



Question 1 - You have to answer NO, because during the time of your application submission, you have not undergone any medical examination in the last 12 months.

Question 2 - Any of the two (MyBank Statement or the regular SOA) would work and its very much acceptable by IRCC. If possible, you could get the Mybank statement since it's something you can easily generate using your mobile banking app from your comfort zone without visiting the nearest bank branch office to obtain your financial statements.


Question 3 - Affidavit of Support is a legal document and as such must be duly signed and stamped by either a Notary Public Officer or Commissioner of OATHS. At this present time, the federal high court is yet to reopen in most cities in Nigeria. So, a notary public should be your best move to notarize the document.


I hope you find this information useful to your enquiry. Feel free to ask questions anytime.


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Thank you for your swift response.

I added this question:

4. Is it advisable to submit a letter and affidavit of support from my aunt in Canada stating that I will be living with her during the course of my study.

Thanks.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 9:40am On Jun 18, 2020
sarmamotors:
I got a mail from IRCC to complete a survey regards how coronavirus affects my study.is this a good sign?

This is normal, and it has no significant effect on your ongoing study permit application. Almost every candidate received the request to complete a survey as regards to how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the visa processing and allow IRCC to better understand how clients are experiencing the situation on ground.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 9:48am On Jun 18, 2020
Thevenine:


Thank you for your swift response.

I added this question:

4. Is it advisable to submit a letter and affidavit of support from my aunt in Canada stating that I will be living with her during the course of my study.

Thanks.


Yeah you can do that. Nonetheless, you must demonstrate you have significant ties (i.e economic and professional ties) back home that far outweighs the incentives of staying back in Canada after studies. Given that your aunt will be providing a letter to support your studies in Canada your reasons for coming back home must be well articulated and detailed to convince the visa officer that you're a bonafide student.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Yads97: 10:06am On Jun 18, 2020
sarmamotors:
I got a mail from IRCC to complete a survey regards how coronavirus affects my study.is this a good sign?

I got this email twice even when I hadn’t put in my application. I doubt it means anything towards your application.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:08am On Jun 18, 2020
ndoeyopbennet:


Contrary to what Frankrobbn has said, I'll tell you to only make sure you have some money in your account. Even N500,000 will be enough. Don't go and borrow money or look for sponsors when you already have funding. Getting a sponsor will complicate your application and indicate desperation. Borrowing money will attract question marks as to the source of lump deposits and your rationale.

If you already have up to or more than N500,000 in your account then you're good to go. If not, get a family member, friend or close associate to gift you the money and then explain that in your SOP. The VOs already know that applicants with funding will definitely find a means of leaving Nigeria. They are more concerned with what happens when you reach Canada and your funding answers that concern.

I've seen people who applied for fully funded thesis Masters and PhDs with only N100,000 in their accounts and they were approved. Don't complicate your rather straightforward study permit application. Focus more on home ties and prospects.

Ignore what I've written if what you have is PARTIAL FUNDING.

I beg to disagree with you in view of the bolded words. Please can you refer me to any sub-sections of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada where it was clearly stated that using a sponsor for fully funded applicants is an indication of desperation?

How do you explain desperation in the context of the Canadian immigration?

I can provide you verifiable evidence and various successful fully funded applicants on this thread that have used sponsors in their application and got approved.


The rest of your suggestions are valid.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Thevenine(m): 10:21am On Jun 18, 2020
Frankrobbn1:



Yeah you can do that. Nonetheless, you must demonstrate you have significant ties (i.e economic and professional ties) back home that far outweighs the incentives of staying back in Canada after studies. Given that your aunt will be providing a letter to support your studies in Canada your reasons for coming back home must be well articulated and detailed to convince the visa officer that you're a bonafide student.


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Thanks a lot!
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by majeobaje: 10:25am On Jun 18, 2020
Thank you for your response,

I will like to add that I was denied a family visiting visa around February this year, so I will like to know if this will affect my application because I will be applying alone this time around and also do I need to made mention of it when writing my SOP?

Also, I had issues getting my former passport which I had traveled with to North Cyprus �� with 2 years residence permit at the Austrian embassy in Abuja as they claimed it has been taking to Ministry of Foreign Affairs and on getting to Foreign Affairs they said it’s not there so I had to do another passport which did not have any stamp at the moment.

See below reasons:

Thank you for your interest in visiting Canada. After careful review of your temporary resident visa application and supporting documentation, I have determined that your application does not meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR). I am refusing your application on the following grounds:



I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your family ties in Canada and in your country of residence.

I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your personal assets and financial status.

I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your travel history.

Tonyodg:
you can’t
You have to pay the fees so they can send the official one you can use to apply
Bless
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:30am On Jun 18, 2020
Wifefo88:
Hello guys

Good day...please I want to find out who has paid acceptance fee to centennial college..I have been offered admission and I was told to pay $2650..so I want to know how u paid yours.,was it through a bank or online and how much charges.

Thank you

It can be paid through online via flywire corporation website and the current charges is between 355 and 360. The charges are radically high when using flywire. Alternatively, you can get someone in Canada to help complete the payment on your behalf at the rate of 295.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Nobody: 10:36am On Jun 18, 2020
majeobaje:
Thank you for your response,

I will like to add that I was denied a family visiting visa around February this year, so I will like to know if this will affect my application because I will be applying alone this time around and also do I need to made mention of it when writing my
Also, I had issues getting my former passport which I had traveled with to North Cyprus �� with 2 years residence permit at the Austrian embassy in Abuja as they claimed it has been taking to Ministry of Foreign Affairs and on getting to Foreign Affairs they said it’s not there so I had to do another passport which did not have any stamp at the moment.

See below reasons:

Thank you for your interest in visiting Canada. After careful review of your temporary resident visa application and supporting documentation, I have determined that your application does not meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations (IRPR). I am refusing your application on the following grounds:



I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your family ties in Canada and in your country of residence.

I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your personal assets and financial status.

I am not satisfied that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay as a temporary resident, as stipulated in paragraph 179(b) of the IRPR, based on your travel history.

i am not a GURU but with the little experience I have seen, Your denial on the family visiting visa does not affect your application
And also you don’t need to mention it in your statement of purpose

Secondly if you are to make mention of your travel history you must add sources of good proof since you don’t have your passport to do the talking for you

As for the denial reason the experienced GURU would quote you and give valid advices
Regards
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ndoeyopbennet: 10:40am On Jun 18, 2020
Frankrobbn1:


I beg to disagree with you in view of the bolded words. Please can you refer me to any sub-sections of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act of Canada where it was clearly stated that using a sponsor for fully funded applicants is an indication of desperation?

How do you explain desperation in the context of the Canadian immigration?

I can provide you verifiable evidence and various successful fully funded applicants on this thread that have used sponsors in their application and got approved.


The rest of your suggestions are valid.


It will end in praise


I understand you very well and I know that it wouldn't hurt to have a sponsor. However, the point I'm making is that the applicant has a strong advantage which many do not have. He shouldn't complicate his application by adding too many unnecessary documents. He should, instead, focus on where refusals can came from now: home ties, prospects, documentation.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 10:53am On Jun 18, 2020
ndoeyopbennet:


I understand you very well and I know that it wouldn't hurt to have a sponsor. However, the point I'm making is that the applicant has a strong advantage which many do not have. He shouldn't complicate his application by adding too many unnecessary documents. He should, instead, focus on where refusals can came from now: home ties, prospects, documentation.

Well, it's true that fully funded applicants have upper edge to other prospective applicants with no funding. With that being said, this doesn't guarantee 100% that the visa will be approved as I have seen applicants with full funding been rejected and end up losing their scholarships. The scholarship beneficiary must present his/her application in a very satisfactory manner that will convince the visa officer that he/she is indeed a genuine applicant with adequate economic and professional ties back home that could motivate their departure after studies. I trust the op will make the most of the advices given and put his application in a better prospect of getting an approval.


All the best in his application.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 11:03am On Jun 18, 2020
sleekysoft:
HEllo TRV hopefuls, how are you doing and what is going on here? I can't believe i am back on here after months of not visiting.. I really wish to help but the time hasn't really been there.. Where are the GURU... NO 1 undisputed Frankrobben, my crazy friends AUStacus and naijaforeigner...


Sleekysoft the biggest fish in town, It's been a while man! Good to have you around here today.


To the TRV hopefuls, It will end in praise.
Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by oma22: 11:11am On Jun 18, 2020
ndoeyopbennet:


Contrary to what Frankrobbn has said, I'll tell you to only make sure you have some money in your account. Even N500,000 will be enough. Don't go and borrow money or look for sponsors when you already have funding. Getting a sponsor will complicate your application and indicate desperation. Borrowing money will attract question marks as to the source of lump deposits and your rationale.

If you already have up to or more than N500,000 in your account then you're good to go. If not, get a family member, friend or close associate to gift you the money and then explain that in your SOP. The VOs already know that applicants with funding will definitely find a means of leaving Nigeria. They are more concerned with what happens when you reach Canada and your funding answers that concern.

I've seen people who applied for fully funded thesis Masters and PhDs with only N100,000 in their accounts and they were approved. Don't complicate your rather straightforward study permit application. Focus more on home ties and prospects.

Ignore what I've written if what you have is PARTIAL FUNDING.

Will the school feed him, pay his accommodation cost and his flight fare too Because 500,000naira can barely buy you a flight ticket to Canada. Frank is right, atleast have like 1.5m in your account. A lot of reasons for denial this days is due to lack a funds, I will not advice u to submit 500,000k bank statement to to embassy.

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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Frankrobbn1: 11:14am On Jun 18, 2020
Pee2Jay9:
I want to be like u when i grow up.. You've infact laid this matter to rest. Thank you... Finish with Canada and come and help Nigeria biko, we need knowledgeable persons like u taking up leadership positions..



Thanks for the amazing compliments and best wishes. I'm glad to hear the information was satisfactory to your enquiry.

Feel free to ask questions anytime and I'll be happy to provide my advice.


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Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by ndoeyopbennet: 11:17am On Jun 18, 2020
oma22:


Will the school feed him, pay his accommodation cost and his flight fare too Because 500,000naira can barely buy you a flight ticket to Canada. Frank is right, atleast have like 1.5m in your account. A lot of reasons for denial this days is due to lack a funds, I will not advice u to submit 500,000k bank statement to to embassy.

I guess you don't know what full funding means. You should google that.

Basically, he won't need to spend a dime of his money for as long as the funding is on.

N500,000 is enough to cover for flight expenses. If he has more than that, its all good. If not, he shouldn't seek any sponsor or borrow money. That's the point here.

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