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Hello Everyone,

I landed in Toronto last year i.e August 2015 , did my course from Seneca which was of 2 semesters( 8 months). Within 1 month of completion of my course I got my field job.
It has been 2 months since I am working and have 1 yr of contract with that company.
I have 1 year of work permit which expires next year June 2017.

So can some one please guide me like what should I do to file my PR.
What is the process and how long the procedure takes and who are the right people to talk to.


Waiting for your kind response.

Thank You
A

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reddevil

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Post ID: 232132 23-07-16 19:54:45
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Full House
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Get ready with all of the items here. AND Read it please.


You are here in Canada and amongst us to seek and obtain help. That is 100% in your favour. Now you have a Work Permit. You have a Job. Get the NOC Number for it. Get the LEVEL at which you are currently employed. Get a Letter of Recommendation from your current Employer.

Will they keep you employed? If so will they provide you with a Work Permit or ASSIST you in obtaining one from the Employment Canada.

Now do not jump the gun. Get all your ducks in a row. Prepare well. You have lots of time to do all of this. After that get back to us. OR alternately find a location that is close to you where you can obtain all of the help. See the list below and select a location.

UPGRADE YOUR LANGUAGE SKILLS..: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=690&top=29

You also must not: have less than one year of full-time (or an equal amount in part-time) skilled work experience in Canada to qualify for Express Entry.

They have thrown you into the same heap as those who are applying with better education and better skills and from all over the world. {That does not mean that you have less chances.}

Also, the rules are changing and you have to keep on top of all of these changes, as and when they are happening, to take advantage of the change in the Government regulations, as quickly as possible.

AFTER you complete all of these requirements and feel at ease, you know that they will provide you with an Invitation to Apply for the Express Entry.

In my books you are O.K. But pull up your socks and work hard to complete the assignments that I have given you above. NO IF's and BUT's.

FH.

Finding help..: http://settlement.org/findhelp/ontario/
See what this is. : http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/express-entry/criteria-crs.asp

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The Liberal government is looking to ease some rules to make it easier for international students who have been "shortchanged" by express entry to obtain permanent residency, says Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister John McCallum.

Express entry was launched by the previous Conservative government as a way to fill the country's labour needs by fast-tracking permanent residency, in six months or less, for highly skilled foreign nationals.

Read more of CBC's coverage on express entry
Liberals shift immigration focus to family reunification, refugee resettlement
Temporary foreign worker program review to be launched by Liberals
"We must do more to attract students to this country as permanent residents," McCallum said following a meeting this week in Toronto with his provincial and territorial counterparts.
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Read this.. : http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/express-entry-international-students-1.3483347

Anything MORE if you need, Please get back to us here.

fh.


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Originally posted by reddevil

Hello Everyone,

I landed in Toronto last year i.e August 2015 , did my course from Seneca which was of 2 semesters( 8 months). Within 1 month of completion of my course I got my field job.
It has been 2 months since I am working and have 1 yr of contract with that company.
I have 1 year of work permit which expires next year June 2017.

So can some one please guide me like what should I do to file my PR.
What is the process and how long the procedure takes and who are the right people to talk to.


Waiting for your kind response.

Thank You
A





 
Post ID: 232138 24-07-16 17:50:36
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reddevil
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THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR REPLY
I WILL FOLLOW THE STUFF YOU HAD ASKED TO DO AND GET BACK TO YOU

THIS IS A GREAT HELP

AND IN CASE IF YOU GET SOMETHING NEW HAPPENING TO IMMIGRATION POLICY PLZ LET ME KNOW

THANK YOU

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Post ID: 232140 24-07-16 23:11:34
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I don't know much about your back ground to advise ... but if you are a foreign graduate, with atleast one year foreign experience, has a canadian diploma, acquired one year Canadian experience ( your job title shoudl fall into skilss sets of O, A, B levels) and has good IELTS score you will be in the game under express entry and can get the invitation.

You have only one year work permit. Most important thing is ... putting up canadian experience in any field with skillsets in O, A, B level.

Hence make sure that your work permit do not get wasted by doing unskilled jobs officially.


 
Post ID: 232142 25-07-16 06:54:59
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Full House
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Here is a small break for you. It is in the upgrading of the language skills. Government of Canada, Immigration Department says that if you have got through and Graduated with your ONE YEAR Course, They will recognize it as if you fully hold the skills required in the Language course.

Which makes you exempt now.

Now you can heave a sigh of relief.

Good Luck,

FH.

Please verify.
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/cec/apply-who.asp




 
Last edited by: Full House on 26-07-16 01:37:32
Post ID: 232168 26-07-16 01:33:57
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Thats great
So no hasel of IELTS general preparation

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Post ID: 232180 26-07-16 22:33:40
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Hello Everyone,

I am completing 1yr of Canadian work experience in May.
But I applied for my work permit only in July 2016 which was issued on August 11 and expires on August 11, 2017.

So will my work experience be based on my work permit date or time period on my contract be considered?

Awaiting to hear from you guys.

Thanks

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Post ID: 234592 11-04-17 08:19:02
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Full House
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You must show your wanting to stay here in Canada with an extension of the VISA.

You might have started to work a lot earlier with an Employer. It might be construed to be prior to the issue of the work permit. SO, Just to keep it LEGAL, write your Work experience based upon the dates that are marked ON THE WORK PERMIT, which is the 11th August 2016 to 11th August 2017. That is the correct way to express and the best way to keep it legal.

Hope this answers your question.

FH.
Is your Employer willing to provide you with a continuance of the job and the work permit also? If so, apply for an extension and renew it.
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Originally posted by reddevil

Hello Everyone,

I am completing 1yr of Canadian work experience in May.
But I applied for my work permit only in July 2016 which was issued on August 11 and expires on August 11, 2017.

So will my work experience be based on my work permit date or time period on my contract be considered?

Awaiting to hear from you guys.

Thanks





 
Post ID: 234604 11-04-17 15:49:11
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reddevil
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Quote:
Originally posted by Full House

You might have started to work a lot earlier with an Employer. It might be construed to be prior to the issue of the work permit. SO, Just to keep it LEGAL, write your Work experience based upon the dates that are marked ON THE WORK PERMIT, which is the 11th August 2016 to 11th August 2017. That is the correct way to express and the best way to keep it legal.

Hope this answers your question.

FH.
Is your Employer willing to provide you with a continuance of the job and the work permit also? If so, apply for an extension and renew it.
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My Employer may give me continuance but they won't extend my permit.It's a hassle for them to spend money.But if they do I will be guaranteed LMIA and PR.


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Post ID: 234606 11-04-17 20:23:17
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You please contact George Brown University and enroll in a course that will lead you upwards to a DEGREE. I know it looks ridiculous. But do it.

You can work with the same employer for 20 hours per week, plus, what ever he wants you to do during the week end. You can complete the degree in a fashion that will give you ample work and all of the required experience in number of hours to get the TWO years Work Experience. Then you are all set.

See what it takes to complete the DEGREE in TWO YEARS at GBU. They will help you there to complete the same. Don`t worry about the cost, you will be working here in Canada to pay for it.

The next year is the most crucial for you. See if this helps.

Good Luck.

FH.

EDIT.. : http://www.georgebrown.ca/international/futurestudents/howtoapply/


 
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