Confused in regards to immigrate to canada


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febpreet   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 06-06-13 16:02:11

Yes, I agree with TK here. If you're financially sound then do not immigrate to Canada. Only do, if you want to waste a prescious years of your life.



Saru_24   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-06-13 06:27:25

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Originally posted by dimple2001

You may want to start off with a visit to http://www.cic.gc.ca." rel="nofollow">LINK

Read up the requirements for immigration. Check out to see if your profession / occupation is eligible via any of the number of immigration paths.

In short, securing a career in Canada is quite challenging, to put it mildly. You'd have to weigh between good career / negative environment in India vs. challenge to obtain jobs / positive environment in Canada.



Thanks for the assist



Saru_24   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-06-13 06:30:24

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Originally posted by elmer fudd

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Originally posted by Saru_24



I am a 25 year old unmarried male, living in Mumbai India
I am currently handling my fathers fast food restaurant
My fiancé is a MBA from Mumbai and has a job in a reputed company as marketing manager in India, so if I get married before I leave India will she get a dependent visa?


Thanks



Yes, your fiancé can get a dependent visa. Canada welcomes gay couples.



Thanks I appreciate your efforts!! To share the info , but I ain't gay brother.



Saru_24   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-06-13 06:35:56

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Originally posted by shreeskr

Back in India the quality of lifeis deteroiting infact of growing economy, ever growing corruption, bad infrastructure, rising expense etc is also making living here challenging with no peace of mind at times.//

Just focus on your subject. Corruption is every where in the world. And Indian population is 1250 million approximately. In Canada it is just 33 million. About 40 times, Indian popultaion is more than Canadian and in fact, right now, one or two issues do rock in Canada also in corruption.

Just focus on your requirement.

Of course Indian Economy is growing, faster than Canada.Just for your info.

Best wishes.




Spot on shrrerk!! Things getting from bad to worse, quality of life is deteroiting whereas cost of living is reaching sky high day in day out!!

My requirement to be honest is have a peaceful life with good quality of living, work 5 days a week 9 hours a day, spend quality time outdoors, exploring places, clean environment,

Right now I am looking after my fathers restaurant in Mumbai India which does quite well, but deep within my soul I will like to give canada a shot, by entering as a student and try out.



bhootnath   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 07-06-13 11:27:41

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Originally posted by Saru_24

Is it worth the risk?
My fiancé is a MBA from Mumbai and has a job in a reputed company as marketing manager in India, so if I get married before I leave India will she get a dependent visa?
Can she work full time? Considering her qualification and experience what kind of job will she get?
What visas can our parents apply in case they will visit us?

Thanks


Are you ready to work on hourly basis with minimum wage in the similar restaurant that you currently own? Is your fiance who is a marketing manager willing to take on door to door sales job or to start home day care? Are you ready to stay in basement apartment? And for how long? There are many here who would love to lead your life in India than struggling over here.

The thing is you will succeed in Canada if not deterred by above situations during struggling/initial period. But because you are young and if have open attitude you will succeed and enjoy your life here..especially in cities like Montreal, Calgary etc...:)
Good luck!



Full House   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 08-06-13 04:04:09


I could not add anything more to what all of the posters have written here. I can only say that you are the ONLY son and the Parents will miss you a whole lot if you desert the current post and the help that you are providing them with your restaurant business. May be your Parents are very understanding and can put up with your absence and the next time for even a longer period.

Having some qualifications in the hospitality industry might place you in a better position and with your experience, might get you in, when ever the NOC number calls for more immigrant applications again.

If you are not used to handling meats and tasting of the dishes that are prepared for consumption, then the field gets narrowed down to Vegetarian group. I am sure you are well versed with its preparation and the variety of dishes that the market demands and calls for. And if you also have hands on experience with cooking at your place, not supervising, then there are plenty of jobs that crop up here from time to time and if you are here in Canada, you can personally go to those locations that are looking for people who can cook their requirements. That comes later.

With the current ONE Year diploma and One year of experience for applying for Immigration after your studies will surely get you into Canada. But it will be a costly affair. I do not see the quantum of funds that it calls for from the first post of yours. Your asking if it is worth the risk does not enter the picture, since you will not be able to get in, due to lack of funds.

Your Fiance stands a better chance of getting entry on her own merits, if she wants to get in with her experience. But you will have to check and see if there are jobs that are open in her qualification. Take a look at all of the NOC's. You may have to tie the golden knot if you want to take a ride on her coat tails. First she will have to be in an NOC Category. Then it has to be announced that they are looking for people in that particular NOC Group. So, it is wait and watch game. Be prepared for that.

We do not know all of your educational background.
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/releases/2013/2013-01-02.asp

NOC
http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/jobs/lmi/noc/index.shtml

Please read through this material :
http://www.cicnews.com/2012/09/federal-skilled-worker-program-prepares-immigrants-succeed-091788.html

You will need the language proficiency, so read this also.
http://www.cicnews.com/2012/12/proving-language-proficiency-canadian-immigration-2013-122157.html

This was when there was a demand for the cooks and chefs. :
http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/department/media/notices/notice-changes.asp

Code for the cooks has changed, here is the new code :
http://www.canadavisa.com/cooks-6322.html

Cooks – NOC Code 6322es
If you are interested in working as a Cook in Canada, you will be pleased to know that the job outlook for your occupation in Canada is extremely positive. You can use this overview of the Canadian employment prospects in your field to start planning your immigration and settlement in Canada.

Cooks are on the list of 29 eligible occupations under the Federal Skilled Worker program. A maximum of 500 applications will be accepted for processing in each of the 29 occupations, with an overall cap of 10,000 applications.

To view current number of applications received toward the cap, click here. Please see the links.

To find out if you qualify for a Canadian immigration (permanent resident) visa please fill out our free eligibility assessment.

NOC 6322 - Click here for a description of the occupation and duties for Cooks:
NOC 6322 - Click here for some other example job titles for Cooks:

What they are looking for in Cooks and Chef's here. :
http://www10.hrsdc.gc.ca/english/ShowProfile.aspx?v=204

You will get an idea what the jobs are for the cooks from these ADS. :
http://www.simplyhired.ca/a/jobs/list/q-cooks+noc

Effective today, this new category of trade occupations, or “Skilled Trades”, is eligible to apply for a permanent resident visa to Canada. To clarify, a skilled trade refers to what Canadian HR managers call “NOC B occupations” and consists of mostly “blue worker jobs” such as welders, electricians and carpenters.

While very similar, the FSTP is not to be confused with the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP). The FSTP is an employer-centric stream dedicated to trade professions, not a point-based visa category where an applicant can independently petition his own visa.

The advent of the FSTP brings the total of skilled worker programs that are managed by the federal government to five programs. Each is dedicated to bringing qualified workers from around the world permanently to Canada. The remaining four include the regular Federal Skilled Worker Program (which has been postponed until May 2013), the arranged employment program (FSW2), the Ph.D. program, and the Canada Experience Class (CEC) program.

In 2012 they needed a few trades people in the following category. You can always use the NOC Codes provided to see if you have the skills that they are looking for.
http://www.prepareforcanada.com/know-before-you-go/careers/priority-occupations/

And they might become open once again. You have time to prepare for your IELTS and any other skills that you might want to upgrade.

You also know what is involved in running a restaurant and what it is in running a "HOTEL". They are entirely two different birds of different species and the experience that you have needs to be evaluated, prior to applying to immigrate. For this you will have to do a thorough study of the NOC Classifications that they post in their publications.

So, take your time and delve a little deeper into it, prior to posting the next query here.

This is my take on your post asking for help. It is a fair evaluation based on the facts presented here. Also you will get to know a little bit of what the procedure is and how to go about it.

Until such time enjoy your current life style.


FH




Saru_24   
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Post ID: #PID Posted on: 10-06-13 03:49:20


Thanks



Are you ready to work on hourly basis with minimum wage in the similar restaurant that you currently own? Is your fiance who is a marketing manager willing to take on door to door sales job or to start home day care? Are you ready to stay in basement apartment? And for how long? There are many here who would love to lead your life in India than struggling over here.

The thing is you will succeed in Canada if not deterred by above situations during struggling/initial period. But because you are young and if have open attitude you will succeed and enjoy your life here..especially in cities like Montreal, Calgary etc...:)
Good luck!


Are you ready to work on hourly basis?
Yes definitely even minimum wage is not a problem for a short while till the time I finish my studies and gain local experience to bargain in the market regarding my position and wage.

Regarding the preparedness of my fiancée I am not sure and need to sort out with what is in her mind , but I totally agree that it is difficuly, if its for a short while may for for one or two years I definitely don't mind, but if its a continuous ongoing process then definitely I do.


I am willing to struggle as I have already did it before in the past initially when I was in London UK and strongly agree life is good but not easy abroad.





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