Against all odds and the possible criticism and mockery that this post might attract, let me join those who seek advice on their friends' situations, or is it their own situations?
Now, a "friend of mine" has been denied a legal status to stay in Ireland after a four year long battle. . , the ministry of justice claimed they are not satisfied that "his" story does not have enough evidence to verify "his" claims. he did applied to be allowed to remain in the country on humanitarian ground which has also been called to a halt. Last week, "he" received an immigration letter ordering "him" to leave the country volunterily or face deportation.
My question now is, which of these two options is better, to buy "his" own ticket and leave on "his" own, or to be deported?
I heard that in either ways, whether one is deported or "he" voluntarily leaves a country after failed attempts to legalisation, the nigerian immigration arrests the person on arrival and "he" is detained until he pays a fine or is it a bribe. How true is this?
Also, what are the measures one has to take to avoid severe punishments by the nigerian authorities, can someone please give advice? Any advice would be appreciated even advice from enemies are welcomed.