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Subject: Arranged employment???
A small company which has only 1-2 employees are willing to support me for the PR and pay me $25,000 a year as Computer & Network Technician.

1. How many percent do you think i can get it approved by HRDC? Any advise i can increase the chance?
2. How long do they usually take?

[03-05-2005,23:39]
[**.92.173.21]
Martin
(in reply to: Arranged employment???)
it doesn´t indicate in HRDC´s website, I guess it might take quite a long.
Not until you try this, who knows? give a try

[04-05-2005,13:15]
[**.66.78.235]
Departure Bay
hai (in reply to: Arranged employment???)
I don´t think u get an approval for this salary..


best of lk.

[04-05-2005,22:29]
[**.192.54.215]
pooja
(in reply to: Arranged employment???)
How much do you think i can? And how long it take to procesS?
[04-05-2005,23:19]
[**.94.234.158]
Martin
(in reply to: Arranged employment???)
You would need around 45K a year and it?s going to take up 6 weeks.
see http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca/en/on/epb/fwp/fwp_intraco07.shtml

[05-05-2005,00:37]
[***.249.168.67]
edgrad
(in reply to: Arranged employment???)
Would that make a little diference if i´m applying within canada? I´m on my work permit now, just want to get the arranged employment done before i go back to my own country and wait for PR.
[05-05-2005,01:18]
[**.94.234.158]
Martin
(in reply to: Arranged employment???)
At this salary of 25K its not worth trying and the approval process can take upto 3 months or even more.

Good luck

[05-05-2005,05:14]
[***.94.200.143]
Aby
(in reply to: Arranged employment???)
So even if i can talk it up to $30,000, i still have no chancec at all, 100%? According to the CIC website, if the salary is higher than the average salary for the same position, it should be ok, right?
[05-05-2005,16:02]
[**.28.32.7]
Martn

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