USA/CANADA OPEN STUDENT VISA!!
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|Jul 21st, 2009, 04:53 AM||#1|
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USA/CANADA OPEN STUDENT VISA!!
The best way for a Youth (Age 15 to 40) of any Nationals of the world and especially Africans to enter any country of his or her choice is to enter as a student. Although, winning visa lottery or securing a permanent residency visa are also very good,however there is no age limit to education,so even if you are a seventy years old man or woman, you can study abroad but you have to be very careful in choosing the institution of your choice.
There is also the believe that you must have TOEFL/SAT/GMAT/GRE scores before you could school abroad, NO!! these scores are not compulsory if your native country is a member of Commonwealth of nations. And it is also not compulsory you deposit money to schools before you can secure visa.
Some Universities in The USA and CANADA, are now making waves as the most affordable learning grounds for all Foreign Applicants worldwide, and they are presently accepting Applications for January 2010 session.
The Universities Offers:
#The most cheapest Graduate and undergraduate Tuition Fees.
#TOEFL/GMAT and other form of standardize test are not REQUIRED!If your Native country is a Commonwealth member or If you already Speak English.
#Tuition deposit is not Required!! Application fees is the only payment you will remit to the Universities (USA or CANADA Campus) before you leave your country.
#Full scholarship Funds and Campus Jobs are available.
Many Africans, Americans, Europeans and Asians have graduate from the institutions because your Visa to enter The USA or CANADA as a student is absolutely certain provided you have secured a genuine Admission letter (from any of the institutions) and have authentic bank statement to back it up.
#Educational Qualifications (Graduate or Fresh high school leavers)
#Copy of your international Passport (Information page)
#Copy of statement of account or Sponsors letter
#4 passport photographs
#Application fees $45 (Masters) $85 (Undergraduate) The only payment required before you arrive Canada or the US
The above information is absolutely genuine and not display to deceive anyone. If you want to be convince beyond doubt, please do not hesitate to contact me.
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