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My Cousin Connection
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 11 reviews
 by Rosalind H
Cousin connection is there for us...I enjoyed the Lifestyle City Tour

I just wanted to say that while in Rwanda I went on the My Cousin Connection tour for people considering repatriation. This was one of the most informed and engaging tours that I have been on. My tour guide was Emmanuel and he was welcoming, engaging, informed and went out his way to help us with whatever we needed. They took us to various neighborhoods and museums explaining the history of Kigali etc. I also want to give a shout out to The Driver(Claude), he was such a nice patient guy. At the end of the tour we met the fabulous Jai Essence and her mother Rozalyn who opened up their home to welcome us. They gave us so much information to help us on this journey. This is not an easy process and to have people who are their for you is so important. thank you so much.

 by Kat
Professional and Prompt

My experience with My Cousin Connection has been a great investment in helping me to navigate my move over to Rwanda. They are professional and respond promptly to my inquiries. I feel supported and valued as a customer. They are my go to for any new guidelines or information relevant to my journey here in Rwanda. I greatly recommend signing up if you are new to Rwanda or just want to connect with an expat community.

 by Yahya Bey

Outstanding platform that provides those who desire to relocate to Rwanda with detailed information on the necessity of life. Join My cousin Connection for the experience of a lifetime

 by Lovinglife

My Cousins Connection was referred to me because when I came to Rwanda I knew no one and immediately felt the effects of the huge language barrier.
Having the membership was a no brainer to me because again, I didn’t know anyone in Rwanda and the language barrier was too much to wing it. I have been provided with information, resources and assistance in everything from housing, car rental and taxis to visa renewal.
I am so grateful for my cousins.

 by Turyia

My Cousin Connection (MCC), has been with me and my Rwandan journey every step of the way. I am grateful for Jai and her team. They have told me about shopping in the community as opposed to the chain stores like Simba and T2000. Assist me with reliable and trustworthy drivers and staff in my home and business. They assisted me in finding my dream home after a horrible experience due to language barriers at my former residence.
I cant say enough about MCC, they indeed create a community for you here with monthly events and weekly meetups. Not only are these events a chance to get to known other people from the diaspora, we have blessed with essential information given to us.
Thank You MCC, Thank you Jai for your vision and your passion to help those around you.

 by Sylvia

My Cousin Connection is an invaluable resource for travelers and repats. There’s community, tips & guides and actual people to help you navigate your journey. Cheers to continued growth and expansion.

 by Wynndie
Jai's creation of this space is nothing short of genius

I truly wish My Cousin Connection was available a year ago when I came to Rwanda, I would have saved me money and hard lessons. As a retiree, My Cousin Connections professional staff has and continues to assist me in the navigation around the country and guidance through Rwanda systems, governance and opportunities for a better life, I could not imagine in America. My Cousin Connection has done and continues to do all the work for you. All that come or express a visit to Rwanda, I forward the web page to insure their questions are answered, their stay and /or relocation is a very smooth one. Thank you guys for doing the work, researching and veryifying accurate and up to date information for us.

 by Rakayia Holmes
We Couldn't Ask for More!

Where to start... I signed up for my cousin connection prior to visiting Rwanda. The information provided was accurate, essential and just plain good to know. Upon arriving, my family and I were greeted by the MCC team with open arms and ready to support. There are things that we didn’t realize we would need, and the MCC team was there to assist us in finding it.

I must say that I wasn’t really sure what was “real” and what was “youtube persona” as it relates to Jai Essence but to our (mines, my husbands and my adult daughters) delight it’s like that old song by the Dramatics “Whatcha See is Watcha Get” she and the MCC team are our cousins now.

I would be negligent if I didn’t mention that Jai and the MCC team brings people together and I LOVE that! I’ve met so many good people, Rwandan and otherwise since coming here and I look forward to meeting more.

Lastly, the current situation with the virus makes traveling right now a headache. However, what I can say is that Jai and the MCC team keep you current on new rules, policies and notices. The information has always been timely and relevant and this gives peace of mind.

 by Quantel Seymour
My cousin Connection makes dreams come true

I am so blessed to have my Cousin Connection in my life, They have made the process of registering my business and applying for my business visa easy and hassle free. My Cousin Connection did not hesitate to assist with helping me and my mother in our moving process here in Kigali, Rwanda. What seemed like a painful process in the beginning was made simple by My Cousin connection. They also offer great hospitality, with services such as pick up and drop off from your home to ensuring that your comfortable in their presence all while offering you breakfast and lunch. My Cousin Connection has truly helped in making me and my mothers dreams come true. Thanks to My Cousin Connection I was able to start my business and my mother was able to purchase land to begin building her dream home. Thank you for everything My cousin Connection...

 by Patrice D. Dorrall
My Cousin Connection rightfully can’t be expressed fully in words

I've lived in Rwanda now for 9.5 years. I am a school developer, and Head of School here. Recently, I needed some immediate help. I'm so accustomed to being the person who extends help that, I didn't know where to turn. I am a passionate advocate for my students and one of my students recently received a full scholarship to finish her high school years in London. It's been a very emotional journey as she was accepted 2 years ago and due to Covid-19 has not yet travelled to the school. She studied one year remotely from my house but now must be in London for her sophomore year. As ecstatic as we are for her, this once in a lifetime opportunity hasn't been an easy journey; especially financially and preparing everything for her to be able to get her student visa. If you don't know, the UK immigration process is one of the most tedious and expensive experiences especially if you're going to study there. Once all the funds were raised for her to go, I needed help with getting the payment through to UK Immigration. I turned to a few people that were unable to help and then to Jai Essence of My Cousin Connection. Not only did she respond to my plea immediately; she was happy to help and let me know that she would do whatever she could to get "our girl" to London. She went above and beyond to help us to complete everything. As I previously stated, I've been here for years so I pretty much know the ins and outs of living in Rwanda. But what I loved about my experience with My Cousin Connection is that it really did feel like family helping family. I came to Rwanda alone in 2012 and built the life that I have. My gratitude towards Jai Essence and My Cousin Connection rightfully can't be expressed fully in words. There are many things that My Cousin Connection offers to make the journey to Rwanda and settling in easier. I highly recommend that you reach out to them if you are planning a move to Rwanda. My personal experience cemented that they will go the extra mile to make sure things are as easy as possible for you. Patrice D. Dorrall African American Educator

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