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Subject: Immigration
Hi
I am planning to file my Immigration for Cananda and Australia both.
please tell me which option will be better in trem of settlement and jobs.I am into Petrochemcals manufacturing with a MNC.
which immigration will take less time as canadian immgration can take up to 6 yrs.

[24-04-2009,04:52]
[**.4.7.57]
Tom
Immigration (in reply to: Immigration)
Hi Tom,

The best way for Canada, is under Skilled Migration where you need 67 points and for Australia you need 120 points under skilled independent migrant visa.

This generally take less time b/w 12-15 months.
Or it depends on your location.

For more infor:
Log on to :-
Canada :- http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/index.asp
Australia:- http://www.immi.gov.au/

But please consult with Consultant, before moving ahead.

Thanks,
Simran

[24-04-2009,06:10]
[***.122.28.109]
Simran
(in reply to: Immigration)
Thanks Simran
i am planning to file through CIC New Delhi or CIC London.
i have never seen a case where CIC cleared the immigartion with 12-15 months.
CIC website is showing anything around 5 yrs whereas the australian immigration takes around 3 yrs.
Are you sure it takes less than 15 months for Canada if all of my documnets are in oreder?
thanks in advance
Tom

[24-04-2009,14:13]
[**.4.10.193]
Tom
(in reply to: Immigration)
CIC introduced some new rules a few months back. New applications will get a yes or no answer within a year. Catch is there is a limited number of skills that qualify.
[24-04-2009,15:24]
[***.20.74.169]
Sharon
Subject: Immigration (in reply to: Immigration)
Hi
I am planning to file my Immigration for Cananda and Australia both.
please tell me which option will be better in trem of settlement and jobs.I am into Petrochemcals manufacturing with a MNC.
which immigration will take less time as canadian immgration can take up to 6 yrs.

Slow down... don´t rush...
The best thing to do is search for jobs in both countries. Whichever country you can get an offer, go for it... if you have more than 1 offer, decide based on income, stability, job safety and crime rates of places... Going to Australia is very easy if you have a Company Sponsor, it will take less than a month and you can get your long stay VISA... To canada, try to get AEO or LMO before starting the process... once you have that you can file your application and will take less than a year...
Advise: Go to canada, better place to find gas and oil jobs... bigger place is mor stable...

[25-04-2009,18:41]
[***.52.112.55]
Samar Boy, PH
(in reply to: Immigration)
Hi samar Boy
nice answer.
where can i get this AEO and LMO and how to initiate for for this.
You are right canada is a much better place than Australia
Immigration consulatants can arrange AEO/LMO as i donnot have any contacts there in canada


[25-04-2009,19:24]
[***.46.40.199]
Anonymous
No australia (in reply to: Immigration)
they are racists..
[26-04-2009,22:21]
[**.8.155.124]
mido
job postings for aeo (in reply to: Immigration)
hi i´m planning to file application for canada immigration under federal skilled worker. however I still lack points and I think my only chance to increase my points is through the offer of employment. Can you please assist me on where to find job postings that will offer arranged employment options? thanks a lot.
[27-04-2009,00:34]
[***.28.143.177]
aelisha
Immigration (in reply to: Immigration)
Hi Tom,

That´s correct that through AEO, things move faster. AEO - Arranged Employment Opinion, wherein you have to look options for your emolment. Once you get the employer, then things can move faster.

But, I believe, unless and untill you have good contacts in Canada, its difficult to get AEO.

The best way is to approach for PR.

Simran.

[27-04-2009,02:53]
[***.122.28.109]
Simran

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