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Immigration

We are pleased to announce a new partnership between Migration Hub by Fix25 and the American International Insurance Company Limited (AIICO) to provide insurance services to our customers. AIICO Insurance Plc., is a leading life insurer in Nigeria. Founded in 1963, AIICO provides life and health insurance, general insurance, investment management and pension management services...
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Due to the unforeseen circumstances that befell the globe due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is now allowing international students to study online while overseas and still be eligible to apply for Post Graduate Work Permit upon graduation. IRCC made this announcement on the 14th of May, 2020 However, International...
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The rate of unemployment increased rapidly in Ireland due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. However, to cushion the hardship on people due to the lockdown that took effect on the 27th of March 2020, the government introduced the COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment. COVID-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment is a new social welfare payment...
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Due to the ongoing Corona virus outbreak, the United States Embassy and Consulate as a precaution method has decided to cancel all non-immigrant appointments. The development was made known as of 18th of March 2020, via email to some of our clients who were initially scheduled for visa appointments. As the Corona Virus threat continues,...
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No doubt, our previous trip to Dubai was a soothing and sensational one, as clients enjoyed a swell time with former Big Brother Naija housemate, Alex Unusual. Serenaded by the beauty, luxury, style and richly embedded culture of the United Arab Emirates, it was the perfect trip to see the world and yet catch a breather. Being...
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It’s no longer news that the Nigerian passport has again dropped in the Global Ranking, making sure that the New Year starts with another setback for a typical Nigerian passport holder, Mad oooo! Away from the unstable reputation of our dear country, dropping to the 95th position in the global ranking will result in a herculean...
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One of the requirements of many nonimmigrant visas is that the applicant provides evidence of his/her ties to the home country. This evidence is used to evaluate whether the applicant has sufficient ties to bind him/her to their country. Proving your home ties will depend on your age, relationships, assets, circumstances etc Visa officials want...
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The American Diversity Visa Lottery is designed to encourage diversity of origin in the USA immigrant population. Many Nigerian families benefited from this scheme but things changed because the Diversity Visa is limited to the citizens or nationals of countries that have not sent a total of 50,000 immigrants to the US in the previous...
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From September 27, 2019, WES no longer requires secondary certificate (WAEC/NECO) to evaluate Nigerian Post-Secondary credentials. This development also applies to applicants that have applied for WES evaluation before September 27, 2019. They will not be required to send their high school credentials for evaluation. Apparently, this will reduce the high cost of sending high...
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It is tempting to conceal past immigration issue when you are applying afresh. Many Nigerian applicants have had previous immigration or legal issues that they decide not to disclose, such as visa refusals, bans or certain criminal convictions already spent — especially if a long time has passed. Concealing an immigration issue is termed as...
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