Applying for PR with address in Montreal, Quebec

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Subject: Applying for PR with address in Montreal, Quebec
  Hi,

I am on work permit and staying in Montreal, Quebec for the past 1.5 years and is valid for another six months. My wife is staying with me and she is with a visitor visa. Both have B.Pharmacy back ground. We are Indians. I want to settle in Ontario or Alberta, but not in Quebec. Therefore, I want to apply for federal skilled worker keeping Montreal Address. Are there any problems that CIC may ask to get CSQ, as I am in Quebec right now. I am not at all interested to settle in Quebec. Does police clearance required to be submitted along with application? Please help in this regard. I am desparately get rid of these problems.

Thanks and regards,

Venkat

[10-03-2011,10:23]
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Venkat
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Dear Mr Venkat,

I´m the administrative assistant for Woodbridge Immigration Services Inc. I´m working with Marva Yvonne Kollár, an Authorized Representative and Accredited Member with the Certified Canadian Immigration Consultant, Fellow of the Canadian Migration Institute with over 15 years experience in all aspect of Canadian Immigration laws. This firm will allow me to grow professionally and has a very good success rates.


http://www.ontla.on.ca/web/bills/bills_detail.do?locale=en&Intranet=&BillID=2229

In the nutshell with those new laws it doesn´t make it any senses to bring clients here on work permit. Many Employers has lost interest in hiring Temporary Foreign Workers because of the financial burden that is place on the Employer as a result of the changes in new policy.

Counsel believes it is in the potential applicant´s best interest to apply directly for permanent residence from the onset which saves time, money and advances the applicant to a better economic start in Canada.

Similarly, there has been some changes to the Permanent Residence application process which allows for faster processing and a quicker response. The prospective applicant first needs to complete one or both test in English or French:

English

IELTS: International English Language Testing System


CELPIP: Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program


French

TEF: Test d´évaluation de français


The implementation of the new policy for Permanent Residents, outweighs by far that of the Temporary Foreign Worker and is highly recommended by Counsel as it allows the entire family to migrate at once.

In this regard, Canada is currently processing 1000 persons under the following professions:

Restaurant and Food Service Managers

Primary Production managers (Except Agriculture)

Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners

Biologists and Related Scientists

Architects

Specialist Physicians

General Practitioners and family Physicians

Dentists

Pharmacists

Physiotherapists

Medical Radiation Technologies

Dental Hygienists and Dental Therapists

Licensed Practical Nurses

Psychologists

Social Workers

Chefs

Cooks

Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades

Contractors and Supervisors, mechanic Trades

Electrician (Except Industrial & Poser System)

Industrial Electricians

Plumbers

Welders * Related machine Operators

Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics

Crane Operators

Drillers & Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying & Construction

Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service







Yours sincerely,

Tatiana Cadet
Administrative assistant

Woodbridge Immigration Services Inc.
201 - 3 Director Court
Vaughan ON L4L 4S5

Telephone: (416) 850-8318 Ext 224
Facsimile: (905) 264-6061
Email: tatiana@WoodbridgeImmigration.com
Web: www.WoodbridgeImmigration.com




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