Pinoy to Canada..

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[27-03-2005,19:34]
[***.138.64.173]
Lou
Migration to Canada (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
Dear Ms. Bautista;

We are interested in migrating to Canada. Please provide us necessary information on how we could proceed with the process of applying and some tips to guide us.

Thank you very much.

Very truly yours,

Eulie and Jo

[11-02-2007,22:38]
[***.128.54.97]
Eulalia L. Aquino/Jocelyn Rebustes
Migration to Canada (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..) (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
Eulalia L. Aquino/Jocelyn Rebustes -

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Salamat po.

[14-02-2007,11:18]
[***.89.64.176]
Bobby
ACCOMMODATION in TORONTO (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
Hi,
Just wanna reply to Jocelyn´s posting about requiring a temporary accommodation in Toronto. Jocelyn, please visit our site: www.canadiantransitions.org. We can also offer flexibility on stay duration.

Thanks.

[24-07-2007,15:59]
[***.220.32.196]
May
Working visa to Canada (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)

Hello Ms Bautista ,

I want to work in Canada and I suppose to apply a working visa first and want to establish or stay as strong Pilipino like some Pinoys working attitude.I mean , how sure am I financially if I apply directly as an immigrant , would I be sure my salary can sustain the life style there ?

I have only one daughter my wife is 48 yrs old already and I am 47.I finish degree of BSEE and my wife´s BS in Accountancy. Now, I should consider this way for the first place so that if worst case may come we could really survive. What is this case if you´re going to evaluate , do I need to worry or not ? By the way ,I am an experience of more that 20 years in the field of electricity and my consultants in CIC and I - Jobs says ,..I don´t need to worry. Also I need to know if double compensation there ( working one company for the first 8hrs then another 4hrs for a side line ) is there any conflict of interest as my consultants say the case is exceptional to immigrants.

And what are the advantages and disadvantages in applying with the agencies ? Where should I apply and what is the fastest way ?


Salamat po.(ang dami ko yatang tanong no kasi parang huli na yata ako ganon po ba yon ? )

[08-09-2007,17:55]
[***.78.66.22]
Numeriano
Working visa to Canada (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
"And what are the advantages and disadvantages in applying with the agencies ? Where should I apply and what is the fastest way?"

-> i file my application directly to the embassy. you will drop your application together with the managers check in the address stated in the can. immigration website. after 5 months i get a file number. For me getting an agency will add an additional cost to you and basically it´s the same they will just get the documents to you and what they do is to compile your documents.Hope this helps....

[23-06-2008,07:35]
[***.141.5.253]
pinoy2canada
(in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
Do not use an agency for skilled worker applications until we get clarification about the new rules. CIC would give a refund but the consultant would not be obligated.


[23-06-2008,14:38]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon
log-in problem (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
sorry if this is not the right thread. but this is the only entry I got to be able to let you know the problem. I´v been regeistered for a year I thinki but I can´t get in nowadays. I created a new account but still can´t get in. when I clicked on the site to activate account, there´s nothing to fill the activation code . I just can´t get in. are we having problems with the site?
[01-07-2008,00:40]
[**.71.109.21]
blu_flair
fastest way (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
hi

Pls. help me what is the best thing to do apply as PNP or skilled migration workers? i have 2 children and wanted to migrate in canada. can i use CIC here in Philippines to fast
tract our application.

thanks,


[06-07-2008,21:23]
[***.177.192.3]
Rhod
pinoy to canada (in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
Rod, CIC can´t do anything to expedite your application.
It´s your qualification that will count.

[07-07-2008,10:52]
[***.81.8.24]
Irish
(in reply to: Pinoy to Canada..)
I would seriously investigate a work permit or a PNP opportunity. A general SW application is becoming the least effective way to come to Canada.
[07-07-2008,15:15]
[**.155.160.37]
Sharon