You are only required to state that you have been denied a visa to Ukraine in the past, you are not required to explain why.Hello, i was once denied a visa to ukraine but the agent never gave me a reason for the denial.I want to know if this is going to affect my canadian visa application and how should i explain it to the visa officer?
I would assume you are an adult. The VO expects you to be able to fund your purpose of visit by yourself.Greetings,
I have found your response to queries very impressive.
Am about applying for study permit, can my father in-law be my sponsor.
Hello,You are really doing a great job here...
Please sir.. I applied online for my study permit since 15th of July and have not received any message and my intake happens to be on 3rd of sept.. Even though I know I will still defer my admission... Please anyone with same experience and what are my chances
Lol... I was the one that wrote this on Nairaland. Was a bit surprised when I came across it hereThe most basic structure for good SOP:
- Introducing yourself
- Why this programme (maybe areas of study)
- What it would offer you (maybe co-op opportunity, technical skills)
- Why Canada? [what you'd bring to Canada (your Nigerian university knowledge and experience because Canny is multi-cultural)]
- Upon completion, what next? [talk about how your programme is profitable(is there a demand?)]
- Establish strong home ties (talk about your sponsor ...let's say your dad. Let it cover why he's sponsoring you,
no one cares what he does in your SOP, he's not an applicant.)
- Conclusion (link the reason you're being sponsored to why your course is relevant and profitable and end it on a strong note)
*If you had a good BSc grade and you're going for PGD, explain the reason(s) after you talk about your intended programme. Normally, as a genuine student, you should go for MSc not PGD.
Just keep it simple and straight to the point
Hi Wayne2baba,Hi guys, I applied for my study visa on the 14th of July from the UK (I'm Nigerian on Tier 4 student visa), my course starts in October... anyone here in similar situation?
If you are interested in hearing the truth, and still ready to proceed despite the challenges, you are welcome here. If you want to be pampered, please go elsewhere.
I am here offer advise to anyone who is Nigerian and needs assistance in navigating the dangerous waters of Canadian study permit application. Identify what the problem might be and how to possibly over come them.
It would be better to come here before you apply, rather than after you have applied, it might be too late to assist you then. Also, never rush to put in an application, if you are rejected once, your chances of being rejected a second time increases by about 60-70%.
Looking forward to assisting anyone with question here.
You are welcome.
No problem, I wish you the best.@Omofar Lol, I've got friends that applied from the UK and still got it. My ties are in Nigeria not the UK, I'm currently on a student visa that would be expiring in October. So my immigration status is valid. Dude you mustn't go back to your home country to tender an application. It can be done anywhere provided your immigration status at where you'd give your biometrics is clear and valid. Notice how I didn't ask you if I'll get the study permit? I'm not a newbie... I just came here to find out if anyone was in a similar situation. Cheers anyway and I hope you're wrong too.