visa converstion--visit to work permit /PR

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Subject: visa converstion--visit to work permit /PR
  hey guys..,
new to this forum..., i will be coming to canada on tourist visa from india..,i got a consultant who will be sponsering me for work-permit (he said that he will take care of all the paper work needed) .., can any ne advise me if the converstion is really possible..,

2)and is it possible to apply for PR from canada.., on visiting visa...,with out leaving the country..,

please do avdice.., thankyou guys and all the very best with ur life..,

cheers
roy

[06-12-2006,11:25]
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roy_hyd
(in reply to: visa converstion--visit to work permit /PR)
No,

Only under a refugee claim, sponsored family member, keep in mind that in order to get a work permit or a PR status you MUST apply outsite of Canada.


[06-12-2006,14:41]
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Bill
(in reply to: visa converstion--visit to work permit /PR)
I am sure about that one can apply for PR within Canada. Only thing being that application needs to be sent to Buffalo.
[06-12-2006,23:34]
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Venkat
(in reply to: visa converstion--visit to work permit /PR)
Im not sure about the PR, but i had my papers fixed while beeing in Canada, all you have to do is once you get the CAQ (i live in quebec) is cross the border with the US, they will not accept you, its standard procedure. And then the canadaian gouvernement will grant your papers.
the leaving the country is a formality but nothing to fear...ii know i know...i was scared they werent going to let me in either lol.
But if you have all you papers in order it should be fine

Good luck

[08-12-2006,23:38]
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bjorn
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