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Canada Immigration Types
Skilled Workers
IT professionals
Canada business immigration
Working Holiday Program
Canada Study Permits
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Canada offers a diverse international student community. To study in Canada or any other foreign country is an adventure and a challenge, and you should give careful consideration to where you wish to study in Canada to ensure it is a positive experience.
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hari
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Plan to migrate to Canada? Reply with quote
Canada welcomes 200000 every year.

It is difficult for an average person to understand and fill the Canadian Immigration application form. You could spend thousands in lawyer fees, but no guarantees. Even Canadian immigration officials would say that approaching a lawyer is but necessarily helpful. So, how do you find the silver line?


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Sun Dec 09, 2007 1:18 pm View user's profile Send private message
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just simply search Canadian Immigration it will take u to the correct site and its not hard to apply on it as well...
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its not that complicated guys... there procedure is soo simple and easy..

i recently moved here to Canada with ma family. We did all by our self. Just download the forms from cic.gc.ca, if u understand the english. it should be no problem. Don't spend money on these lawyers. They do nothing more than just filling the form and reading out the letters to you. Just make sure to provide written evidence of all the stuff you submit. and be true and legal. There is no problem, but yeah it takes a loong time for immigration. I myself waited for 6 years..
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No matte what anybody says, don't go through a lawyer when filing for canadian immigration..
It seems alot when you're going through all the paperwork, but speaking from personal experince, it is sooooo straightforward,
if you go through a lawyer, you'll be wasting money,if you need any explanations just read candian immigration guide..
Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:39 am View user's profile Send private message
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SKILLED WORKERS Reply with quote
There is a good demand of highly skilled trades, such as machinist, milwright and maintainace engineers.
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yes there is no need to go to the lawyers its a waste of trime as well as money...download the form...and then submitt it in the embassy...
they just ask for common stuff....but make sure u r honest..its a long procedure but thts the best way...they do it on point system they give u points on ur education...ur job and everything...u have to get above 50 and u qualify for the visa but still u have to wait...and its better to get more marks its like higher points u get...they will prefer u....

if anyone else need help wid any kind of immgration regarding to canada...i can help u ...
i would be more than happy to help Smile

Anni!!
Sun Feb 10, 2008 7:21 am View user's profile Send private message
onlinetv
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I have recently immigrated to canada in skilled worker class. If anyone needs any info regarding the process you can contact me.
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Re: Plan to migrate to Canada? Reply with quote
hari wrote:
Canada welcomes 200000 every year.

It is difficult for an average person to understand and fill the Canadian Immigration application form. You could spend thousands in lawyer fees, but no guarantees. Even Canadian immigration officials would say that approaching a lawyer is but necessarily helpful. So, how do you find the silver line?


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Hari.



BUT STILL THERE ARE LESS THAN 100 MILLION PEOPLE.
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asif995
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I see all the enthusiasm for immigrating to canada including in myself but i wonder if what we hear about after migration problems do matter or not? I heard that the society as portrayed is absorbant but in real are biased and they never let the immigrants in their job market easily besides about the cost of living and taxes. How far this stands true. Can anyone please guide?
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thanks for the information... cheers[/i]
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pergy
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Canada immigration Reply with quote
Thre are so many organizations to halp the new immigrants to Canada. Lots of job searching web sites are also available,but remember you could do administrative assisstant,customer service assisstant, clerical or security job in Canada. Do not expect to continue your professional job,because most of the professions are regulated in Canada. In [url]www.immigratedoctorcanada.com [/url], we have provided all the info for the doctors as well as for all other professionals . All importnt web links are provided. Most of the info are free. The other important point is that 80% of the jobs in canada are derived by NETWORKING, so learn about net working from our web site.

Pergy :lol:
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Seems like there are a lot of people interested in immigration to canada, can anyone give any feedback as to how life is there for those who have already immigrated, whats the Job scence, and lifestyle, is it easy to get well paying jobs if you are qualified and do u save or spend it all.
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ibm987
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Life: Excellent, except a bit expensive compared to the US.
Job: Depends, some people find soon, probably within 2 months of arrival, some cannot find even after two years and do the labor work.
Lifestyle: Like any westerner country, probably even better.
Save or spend it all: With labor job saving is little; with better job saving is lot.
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shahidsafdar
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If you looking to settle overseas, either go to Australia or Canada to get setlled.Euorpe is not the best choice for settlement, good luck guys
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talhasays
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hmm Reply with quote
it's nice
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markatia1978
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Visa Types Reply with quote
Is there any visa type for highly skilled proffessionals?
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Query Reply with quote
hmm no body here to anser ok !
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ibm987
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markatia1978 wrote:
Is there any visa type for highly skilled proffessionals?

Yes, work visa(faster visa), immigrant visa(takes longer), and even family class visa(also immigrant visa).
But you have to check the labor market and find the job first, and once you get the job offer then you are most certainly on your way to Canada.
Sat Jul 19, 2008 12:38 pm View user's profile Send private message
awayra
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Hi bro

i got your reference from forum pakistan (canadain immigration). I just wanted to get some help from you. well i m living in lodon at the moment and my status is student and planing to migrate to canada on skilled immigration programme.

i used cic calculator and earned 72 points that is quite enough ya..

now the problem is my graduation which i done from pakistan from CBA college who is not affiliated by HEC and still not recognized by HEC but in process of approval with HEC recognition. and ive got my MBA from london. so just want to know at any point do they ask for attested accademic credentials?? i mean can they ask ok youve done your BBA from pakikstan and its not in the list of approved HEC education provider so we cant process ur application or stuff like that?

i mean what can i do in this situation? hope you understand wht i mean??

i need ur help bro..

thanks in advance for your suggestion.


abdul rahman
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navitonic
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Canada Immagration New policy Reply with quote
Canadian Govt. Made new policy the person who is applying after the March 2008 his immagration process will be very fast. he will come under fast Track immagration method and if he will meet the all requiremenst under the related criteria he will get immagration clrearance with in one year. for more detail look at ...
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want2help
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Hi all,

Nice discussion.
For further information about Canadian Immigration and Settlement tips,

.. Canadian Immigration and Settlement [/url]

Good luck to all.

Fri Sep 05, 2008 9:06 am View user's profile Send private message
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