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Travel » Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Administrator(m) .:. Mon, 10 May, 2021 - 11:43:03:pm GMT


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As a travel enthusiast, i have decided to analyse the video by stating the following:
That is one very lucky man, he made a fundamental mistake by his vague answers regarding his plans, by that, he presented himself as someone who has no holiday arrangements, such presentation would make him come across as a potential migrant rather than a holiday tourist: most people in similar situations would have been denied entry into the UK.
The immigration officer is a very beautiful lady with a kind heart, although, some might think she is a bit arrogant, but she had a job to do.
The man was a very patient and polite person, many people would have lost their cool in those seemingly condescending circumstances: he was struggling to understand the immigration officer's British accent and he too has a very crude Nigerian accent and terminology which were easily misunderstood to mean something else: an example of this was when he said, "i want to go to Manchester to know what is happening there" seemingly suggesting that he intends to visit Manchester to explore the city: You can see that the English woman did misunderstand him when she asked, "what is happening in Manchester?",
Importantly, both the Narrator and the Immigration Officer misunderstood the man fundamentally, the man never said he knows no one is the UK, his word was, "I don't have family here, my family is in Nigeria". But they wrongly understood that information as though he declared that he has no one in the UK.
The man was lucky to not have been sent back. That was one lucky man.
Learn a lesson from the video and know how to handle yourself with Immigration officers.
If you have any questions regarding travel, feel free to ask me, and i will dedicate my time to answer your every question.

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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Tue, 11 May, 2021 - 08:04:31:am GMT

Hmmmmnnn... Thanks for the information admin, pls I would want you to give us more insight about this personnels at the embassy.
I know of a friend that that was not given visa to Uk because he could not give them enough reasons why he was going to UK.

That was how he missed his trip to the UK.
Please give us an insight of what and what is expected of us at the embassy when we are traveling to Europe.
**LAGOS**


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Vickybrown(m) .:. Tue, 11 May, 2021 - 08:10:58:am GMT

Thank you very much admin for this info. I really need more insight on what to expect and the kind of questions that would be asked at the embassy.
Based on the fact that I would like to try to America one of this days and this information might be very useful to me.
**Just me**


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Administrator(m) .:. Tue, 11 May, 2021 - 10:16:19:am GMT

@Vickybrown:
@ojc(E) :
Your queries are similar in nature, broad and imprecised.
I'll find time to respond to them appropriately.
Stay tuned.
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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 07:59:34:am GMT

Okay sir I look forward to that.
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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Administrator(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 10:23:15:am GMT

ojc(E)
Hmmmmnnn... Thanks for the information admin, pls I would want you to give us more insight about this personnels at the embassy.
I don't get this question, which "personnel at the embassy" are you referring to?

ojc(E)
I know of a friend that that was not given visa to UK because he could not give them enough reasons why he was going to UK. That was how he missed his trip to the UK.
Please give us an insight of what and what is expected of us at the embassy when we are traveling to Europe.
Although, interview is not mandatory, many visa applications are decided without the necessity of interview by the Visa Officer. But if it is deemed necessary for an interview, then, you must take the interview like a job application interview, even more serious.
I will follow up with a pot i made in the past.
**www.babefishing.com**


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Administrator(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 10:41:29:am GMT

This Article was written by me several years ago, i have not had time to review it, but i suppose it is still accurate though.

Many visa applicants make the grave mistake of depositing money into their bank accounts prior to visa application, this is an act called "Money Lodgment" which is an express ground for visa refusal, Do not make the mistake of depositing lump sums of money into a bank account for presentation purpose because, such account does not meet the requirement to provide an acceptable bank statement, so, applying for a visa with it will only give you a definite result, REFUSAL.

This is how it works; An acceptable bank statement must have up to six months transaction records demonstrating your income (from verifiable sources) and expenditures, and it must have good enough fund to sustain your trip and intentions, and also; it must have enough balance to keep you going after the trip: preferably, a Current Account showing your Salaries or Wages.
Importantly, you must be able to satisfy your Visa Officer that you have somewhat of an obligation or home tie to return to Nigeria for.
Until your bank statement meets the requirements as explained, you will continue to get refused no matter how many times you applied or how much money you have in your accounts

For those considering the use of sponsor, be aware that there are very few circumstances in which it may be considerable for an adult applicant to use a sponsor, such sponsor may be a Spouse (especially for Family Reunion) or Parents/Guardians (especially for Education or for medical reasons) etc. But if you are considering the use of a Company's account, that would be unacceptable (even if you own the company) . For a company's sponsorship to be acceptable, you would need to be applying for a training or a course, or a seminar etc that would be deemed profitable to your company in order to satisfy the visa officer of the purpose otherwise, it would be judged that the money in the company's account is not available for your use: unless your company is offering you a complimentary vacation under its care.
And as an adult, you are supposed to be financially independent to meet the requirement for a tourist or pleasure visa; for example, you can't be sponsored by anyone if your intended travel is for the purpose of tourism or romance rather than official or compelling family visit (no sponsor's bank account can cover you except in compelling limited circumstances whereby it is deemed reasonable for his sponsorship to be considered) .
*A presentable account has to meet the requirements of the bank statement that is acceptable as explained above.

It it extremely important to make your visa application early in order to give the embassy enough time to process your application: many people are refused for reason of insufficient time: There is always a general warning that visa applicants should give plenty of time to process applications as delays may occur due to uncertainties and circumstances beyond their control, and in the event that your application is decided after the purpose of your intended trip has expired or is in a tight situation, your visa application may be refused for reason of "change of circumstance".

I decided to add this (my earlier) post since it continues to happen that many people still find themselves in this unfortunate situation, and I thought i should lay emphasis to save people's money.
This informational advice is for country-men and women who continue to bin their thousands of Naira attempting to obtain the UK or the US visas while being unaware that they are under a ban for ten years or for life respectively.
Have you ever been refused a UK visa on the basis of fraudulent, fake, or misleading documents or even serious sensitive misinformation? If so, then apply for a UK visa no more, keep your application fees and try for other countries.
If you committed this act before the 10 years ban came into effect, as long as your finger-prints were taken, you would get the ban on your next visa application: only those who committed it before finger-print era are free from this merciless punishment
It is unfortunate that, except you take measures, you might not be able to find out whether you carry the ten years ban based on fraudulent or misleading documents presentation or, false declaration; this is the unfair method that the UK embassy uses to punish individuals who had attempted to use fake or misleading documents to obtain their visa: they allow them to re-apply unaware of the ban while they extract the visa application fee from the unsuspecting applicants.
If you are unsure of your ban or no ban status, you are entitled to the rights of knowing your eligibility for the UK visa after refusal and the staff are obliged to let you know it. But however, if you wish to make subsequent application, you can inquire before making your payment: ask them to inform you of your status before paying the visa fee, it is their duty to notify you of it if you ask them even during fresh application.
These said, another way (perhaps the most effective way) that you can find out is your own intuition, you should know whether you were detected presenting any fake, fraudulent or misleading documents or serious sensitive misinformation to support your previous application. And if you were, then, there is no two ways about it, you've just been banned (unaware) for ten good years. Period.

The sad truth is: you did not receive the ban from making subsequent applications, but rather you received the ban from obtaining a UK visa of any category. So, it is up to you to apply a hundred or a thousand times while under a ban, but you will never be given a visa except after the ten years ban expires.
There was this case of a Nigerian visa applicant who was refused a visa for reason of forged documents that he presented in his previous application; after some time, he eventually came clean in his new application, but still he was refused a visa on the basis of the "fraud documents" that he submitted in his previous application. Yet, the cruel visa officer did not advise the mugu applicant that he was under a ban, but the country-man who obviously found no reason for his recent refusal was wise enough to ask about his chance of getting the visa in future application, and then the visa officer was obliged to let him know that he had been under a ban even before his recently denied application was made.
Now, had this countryman known that he was under a ban, he wouldn't have spent his hard-earned money all through that stress and trouble to apply for a visa that will never be issued him?

So, considering the fact that at the UK embassy, over 9000 applicants were caught with fraudulent documents in just one year, I wish to request that this thread be kept alive so that others would see it and avoid binning their money, this thread can save millions or even billions of Naira.


NOTE 1: The same applies to the USA visa application, but considering the LIFE BAN that you can get from the US if caught with fake or misleading documents or misinformation, the UK 10 years ban is merciful.

NOTE 2: For expectant mothers; know that it is a serious violation to conceal pregnancy during visa application, and it is even more serious to give birth in a country if your visa is not issued on medical ground : and worse still, to deny the awareness.
And unlike the merciful 10 years ban that is applicable with the UK, You may never be issued a US visa again, this violation MAY attract a life ban from the USA depending on circumstances and judgement
NOTE 3: I am not a Travel or "Visa" agent. And if anyone tells you that he is a visa agent, run away from the person because, most of the people who get into bans are those who solicit the services of syndicates who profess themselves "visa agents".
YOU CAN APPLY FOR THE VISAS YOURSELVES, and you will be sure of the documents that you use. But if you solicit (the so called) visa agents for assistance, you might not know when fake or tampered documents are added to your application, and the result will be a LIFE BAN from the USA.
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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Lilcent(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 05:06:50:pm GMT

@Administrator: Thank you very much for this information.
If I may ask, if you feel it's not right to make use of visa or travel agents due to their fraudulent acts because many attimes we make use of travel agents because they know the necessary papers needed at the embassy.
Are there other agencies or organisations that can put us through the necessary travel papers needed at the embassy?
**liltech**


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Administrator(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 06:45:51:pm GMT

lilcent
@Administrator: Thank you very much for this information.
If I may ask, if you feel it's not right to make use of visa or travel agents due to their fraudulent acts because many attimes we make use of travel agents because they know the necessary papers needed at the embassy.
Are there other agencies or organisations that can put us through the necessary travel papers needed at the embassy?
The jobs of Travel Agents are to help potential travellers make travel plans. especially with regard to flight, hotel and transportation booking reservations: they also assist travellers in choosing their destinations, transportation, and lodging as well as inform travellers of passport and visa requirements: provide necessary information on important issues such as rates of currency exchange, and import duties.
This is what normal travel agency is all about.
But Nigeria, is a place where touts and syndicates call themselves "Visa Agents" claiming to know some insiders in foreign embasies; to be honest, I don't know any bona-fide travel agent in Nigeria, this is because, unlike in western countries, 99% of Nigerian travellers are unlikely to pay money to someone who would offer them the above mentioned services when they can do the things themselves: only an elite and very rich Nigerian who does not have the time to carry out research himself would need such services from a Travel Agent.


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Nagiano(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 09:32:49:pm GMT

@Administrator: Hmmmnnn what you said about travel agents is weird because we have a lot of people that claim to be legit travel agents and stuffs like that..
But I'll really appreciate if you can give us in details the requirements or papers that would be requested of anyone that wants to travel to UK.
**Man United for Life**


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Nagiano(m) .:. Wed, 12 May, 2021 - 09:58:56:pm GMT

@Administrator: hmmmmnnn this is serious.. thank you very much for the info admin...
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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Administrator(m) .:. Thu, 13 May, 2021 - 08:20:20:am GMT

nagiano
@Administrator: Hmmmnnn what you said about travel agents is weird because we have a lot of people that claim to be legit travel agents and stuffs like that..
But I'll really appreciate if you can give us in details the requirements or papers that would be requested of anyone that wants to travel to UK.
This is one very frivolous question which keep popping up, in fact, it is really boring to hear people asking "what documents" that are required for a visa application for this country or for that country, and over the years, i see that no matter how many individuals that are answered, there will continue to be many others who will ask the same question over and over and over again.
It is get vexatious to receive this same question all the time or to keep on answering it to everyone who asks it, so, i have decided to create a separate thread to exclusively answer the question.
Click on this link to take you to the post where i answered the question regarding the list of required documents:
https://beneyoyo.com/view-articles-A-General-List-Of-The-Documents-That-Are-Required-For-Visa-Applications-5785.html


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Lilcent(m) .:. Thu, 13 May, 2021 - 01:02:13:pm GMT

@Administrator: hmmmmnnn nd I've come across alot of people that claim to be travel agents...

That was how a friend of mine was dumped by a so called travel agent after selling all his properties because he wanted to travel to UK.
**liltech**


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Re: Video: What You Must Never Do When You Face Foreign Immigration Officers On Arrival by: Ojc(E)(m) .:. Thu, 13 May, 2021 - 02:07:41:pm GMT

@Administrator:Wow! But we have countless people and even organisations that claim to be travel agencies in Nigeria.

They would even talk into believing that they are capable of getting all your papers without stress.
Hmmmnnn... May God help us in this part of the world.
**LAGOS**


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