Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009

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Subject: Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009
  Hi all,

I just received my approved PNP last month and I got laid off this week.
My plan is pass to CIC my documents for applying PR, ASAP

Do I really need to stay here in Canada unemployed and wait for my application until it is approved?
Or I can go back to My country and wait there.

I plan to write a letter to CIC that all correspondence will be sent to my country,
And maybe leave some money in the bank here in Canada just to justify my interest of staying there.
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Do you think it will work?

You?re help is highly appreciated. Thanks!

[23-01-2009,03:06]
[***.191.239.165]
ken
(in reply to: Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009)
Making decisions in haste is never logical!

Regulation 11 allows you an option to apply to CIC at your countries Visa Post or in the countries Visa Post where you reside and have been admitted lawfully for a year.

So you want to go home and wait so go home and submit there.

My questions are,

You got a PNP certificate a month ago which you must have been waiting for and you have not even researched where you can submit your application to CIC???????????????

You have already shown an intent to reside in the province that issued the PNP certificate and you think leaving money in a Bank in Canada shows an intent to reside here?????

When people like you write letters they normally stick their foot in their mouth and everything ends in disaster.

What is the purpose of your letter?????

R U a real person with a PNP certificate?

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com


[23-01-2009,08:19]
[**.55.216.231]
Roy
(in reply to: Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009)
Hi roy,

Thanks for the reply. To start with,
Everything is planned, pass my application to CIC, worked and stay here, get my application approved and then I?ll be secured. Until I got laid off.

I am working in the oil sand industry which is really hurt today and i don?t think That it can recover soon.

The problem is, I am tied up with my work permit. I cannot apply to any other company and to any other type of jobs. I m basically stuck. And my work permit will expire soon.
I will not survive for few months more with out a job here in Canada. That?s why going back home is what on my mind right now.

I know I can always apply for a PR back home, but I?m here in Canada now and i have a PNP nomination approved which I think is totally different situation.
I really don?t know what to do.

[23-01-2009,09:23]
[***.191.239.165]
ken
(in reply to: Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009)
WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?????????????????????

Any one can switch employers if the other employer has a pre approved LMO.Then you complete an in land work permit application and switch employers.

Technically your not to start working for the second employer until CIC approves the switch.

YOU did wait a month to submit.

Stop the panic your fine. Submit back home - go home say hello to Mommy, Big and Little Sis and then come back.

Simple.

Or switch employers both are possible.

Roy
www.cvimmigration.com

[23-01-2009,13:57]
[**.71.41.200]
Roy
(in reply to: Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009)
thanks roy!
thanks for the info. now i know what to do.

[23-01-2009,20:47]
[***.191.239.165]
ken
(in reply to: Approve PNP on Dec 2008, Got layoff Jan. 2009)
i also have a PNP approved certtificate and have submitted my further application to the CIC (waiting for my medical request). however, like many of us i just got laid-off.
so just to clarify:
1. do i need to apply for any certificate or contact any gov´t agency for me to be able to work with another employer here in Canada?
2. will my application with the CIC take longer or cancelled or be transferred to another aplication (aside from PNP)?

thanks in advance!

[08-04-2009,17:16]
[**.200.27.250]
exar
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