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Subject: maple-immigration.com
  Hi

I am planning to hire this firm (maple-immigration.com)to start the canada immigration process under skilled worker category and they are charging $1800 USD.

Is this firm reliable? is there any other better lawers with a better price..I feel $1800 is too expensive.

Thanks,
Reddy

[15-07-2008,15:27]
[**.106.186.110]
Reddy
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
DON´T DO IT. You supply all the info, they fill in the form and charge you $1,800. Pay yourself the $1,800 to read the forms and answer the questions correctly.

That $1,800 buys you precious little. Besides, the rules are changing and you could pay $1,800 and end up with a returned application and no refund from these folks.

Do the application yourself but wait to submit it until you have all the new regulations to guide you.

[15-07-2008,16:33]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
Well had a very busy day today and very happy for that.

They have names of Consultants who are authorized but no CSIC logo. Therefore that site is in violation of the CSIC code of conduct.

Before hiring anyone get references and confirm in writing that they are assoiciated with that web site.

Money should not be a big issue it is results that count-----get references.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[15-07-2008,21:06]
[**.52.218.107]
Roy
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
I was reading on another site where they are cautioning people that the new rules could result in returned applications (those after Feb 28) without any review or processing. You would get your application fee back but you would have no grounds to recover your $1,800 from the agency that sent in your application.

I consider that a lot of money to pay for a for a stamp.

[15-07-2008,21:24]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
Thanks for the Advice (in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
Sharon..

Your words gave the confidence required to fill it on my own..But when these new rules (feb28) comes into picture? Why they are sending back applications with out processing? When the new regulations comes into effect? Will they return the $550 visa fee if they send the application back with out processing?

Thanks,
Reddy

[15-07-2008,23:00]
[**.106.191.75]
Reddy
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
I am going to encourage you to resist the urge to put your application in the mail. hold on until the new regulations come out. You may discover that a different NOC code (that you qualify for) moves you to the top of the pile.

The new rules suggest that they are no longer going to process by application date. rather by skills that Canada is in desperate need of. The rules and regs are still unclear but we are getting the sense that if your application does not fall in the ´needed´ NOC category, you will be given the option to stay in the general pool or get your application back with a full refund. Please keep in mind we are still waiting for details.

Immigration minister is out talking to the provinces and industry right now to get a list of required NOC codes. I would hold off until September. Maybe we will know something more concrete.

As soon as CIC releases any information, we will post it here.

[15-07-2008,23:28]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
Sharon,

Any news from CIC about the proposed immigration changes you mentioned above?

Thanks,
Reddy

[13-08-2008,23:38]
[**.106.186.110]
Reddy
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
Hi Sharon,

Any news from CIC about the proposed immigration changes you have mentioned above?

Thanks,
Reddy

[13-08-2008,23:39]
[**.106.186.110]
Reddy
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
not yet. they seem to be pushing out info on the Canadian Experience Class at the moment. They are expecting this to eat up almost half the quota for economic immigration. it is not looking very encouraging for a straight skilled worker application.

get yourself looking for a job offer.

[14-08-2008,03:30]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
http://www.thestar.com/article/476977 here is anarticle that sheds some light on the CEC

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[14-08-2008,08:24]
[**.52.218.240]
Roy
(in reply to: maple-immigration.com)
Hi Sharon,

Any news from CIC about the proposed immigration changes which are supposed to be coming out in September?

Thanks,
Reddy

[04-09-2008,01:44]
[**.106.186.110]
Reddy