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Dilemma for a new temp foreign worker




tamilkuravan
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The company's interest is to make me a PR and they will bear all expenses. I have to sign a bond for two years.

Just take the offer. I agree that in Canada, work is hectic but it may bring you huge return later on.

Singining a bond is like them giving you a ladoo. What they are saying is that they will give you the high salary, give you job assurance for 2 years (bond) and get you the PR. You are one of the lucky aong a million. Just take it.

Get your PR. With PR, even if the company fired / lays you off, you have the right to stay in Canada and look for another job. Passport comes after 3-4 years of getting the PR. take the citizenship and stay here or move to Gulf or India.

Murali

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Post ID: 222200 26-05-15 03:37:25
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montrealEEE
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Hi
Thanks for your inputs. I will update as I progress in Montreal.

 
Post ID: 222284 27-05-15 22:59:56
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montrealEEE
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Still on work permit after 5 years
I was in Montreal for 4.5 years. Company transfer me to Quebec City. Two kids now.
Wife wants to remain in Canada at any cost.
I am okay with being here or India. Career opportunity is better in India. Quebec PR system is too slow. Still on work permit and after 5 years, company is now extending it by applying for LMIA


 
Post ID: 238949 11-01-20 19:05:00
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tamilkuravan
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Thanks for updating
Thanks for updating your profile after 4.5 years.
Canada is a one way road. There is only entry and no easy exit.
Enjoy life and settle here.
Good luck.

Murali from Chennai

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Post ID: 238950 14-01-20 11:25:38
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Full House
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ONLY IF YOU WANT TO.

This is not "HOTEL CALIFORNIA". You are free to go anywhere you want to and having been here for that long a period, you should explore what your Work Experience can do and help you with the PR Status. AND it is only if you want to.

Can work permit holder apply for PR in Canada?

Express Entry: Canadian Experience Class
With an LMIA job offer, you can apply for a work permit. After working in Canada for 12 months in and NOC A, B or O skill level job full-time (or equivalent), you can apply for permanent residence through the Canadian Experience Class - CEC - category.Jan 27, 2019

4. Quebec Experience Class (QEC)

Temporary workers can apply for their permanent residency through the Quebec Experience Class. The Quebec Experience Class (QEC) is much like the Canadian Experience Class (CEQ), except there are additional requirements under the QEC.

Applicants under the QEC must have worked in Quebec in a skilled position for at least 1 year (by way of temporary work permit) and they must speak French at an intermediate level. Successful applicants will be given a Quebec Selection Certificate by the province of Quebec, allowing to apply for their permanent residence status.

It should be noted that foreign nationals in Canada with a Working Holiday Visa may also apply for their permanent residence through QEC, so long as they meet the requirements mentioned above. *This option for Working Holiday workers applies uniquely to the QEC.

The process to go from temporary worker to permanent resident via QEC can take up to 1 year or less.

Good Luck.

FH.
https://www.internations.org/go/moving-to-canada/visas-work-permits

https://www.canadianimmigration.com/working-in-canada/work-permit-to-permanent-resident/

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Originally posted by montrealEEE

I was in Montreal for 4.5 years. Company transfer me to Quebec City. Two kids now.
Wife wants to remain in Canada at any cost.
I am okay with being here or India. Career opportunity is better in India. Quebec PR system is too slow. Still on work permit and after 5 years, company is now extending it by applying for LMIA





 
Post ID: 238952 16-01-20 04:00:54
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montrealEEE
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Thanks for the info
I have applied under the Quebec Experience class for CSQ in September 2017
Normally I should have received the CSQ in 4-6 months. Then apply to federal government for final process of PR (12-18 months

Unfortunately with the new government, I am yet to get any news from the Quebec immigration office. Hopefully I will get the CSQ this year. This September it will be 3 years since I first applied for CSQ.

If nothing happens this year, I should think about quitting the job and move completely to other provinces and start fresh with another job.

Its a lesson for all of future immigrants who come on an intra company transfer. Try to get the transfer out of Quebec.


 
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