- A Nigerian lady applied for a visa to relocate and study in Canada, and she got it within five working days
- The lady, Shnhey, said she applied for a Canadian visa on March 2 and received approval on March 9, 2023
- Shnhey, who shared her testimony on TikTok, has now relocated to Canada, and she is living and studying in Ontario
A Nigerian lady relocated to Canada after securing her visa within five days.
The lucky lady, Shnhey, said she sent in an application for her visa and got speedy approval from the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria.
Shnhey shared what she did within the six weeks before she moved to Canada.
In a post she made on TikTok, Shnhey said she saw the hand of God in the way her visa application was speedily approved.
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"I'm using this platform to give my testimony. Normally, a student's visa in Canada takes at least 4 weeks to be approved, and at most, one month, you go wait tire! I submitted all my full documents on March 2nd, 2023 and my visa came out on March 9th, 2023. Remove Saturday and Sunday, that's basically 5 days. The shortest my agent had ever received was 2 weeks, and you know what? God did it for me."
She has since landed in Toronto and now lives in Ontario.
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Reactions as Nigerian lady receives Canadian study visa in 5 days
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"Congratulations boo! I am praying for grace and favour over mine."
"The God that did it for you will do mine I believe."
"Same with me ooo. Visa came out 4 days after medicals I couldn't believe my eyes. travelling next week."
Nigerian student gets scholarship to study in USA
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Wilbert Eworitsewarami Justin is a student of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja, where he wrote his WASSCE.
Justin also scored 344 in his JAMB-UTME and has received a scholarship to study at the University of Califonia, Berkeley, USA.