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Hi everyone, I would like to ask some advice. If I have a new job opportunity (in a different field than what I am currently in and different from my education), will this affect my application? Will I have to change my NOC code according to the new job? Also, will they count my experience in that field as priority or will they take into consideration my other experience as well? I am worried that if I do a career change now, it will adversely affect our chances of getting into Canada. We are in the beginning stages - getting documents together for EE profile. Any advice would really help a lot!!! Thanks in advance!
Hi Everyone, I was wondering how many people on the forum was/is from Cape Town and if the immigration was difficult because I've heard from many people that Capetonians find it more difficult to settle in Canada. I think the reasoning is that Cape Town is very different than the rest of SA and we have experienced less crime than the other parts of the country which almost makes one feel like you are leaving a country that is still "okayish" where as people leaving SA from JHB really leave because it is an absolute nessesity. Things have become totally unbearable around the JHB area so the only alternative is to leave the country. I would love to hear from the Capetonians that made the move if they have had regrets, second thoughts ect. PS: I am still trying to convince my husband that we should leave but he loves his country..
Good day fellow sacanadiens, I have a question, but don't know if it's in the right place. I am busy applying to study Interior Decorating, with a international recognised institute. Infact, one of their "schools" is in Canada as well. Now my question, After I completed my diploma, should I gain South African expierience, or should I apply for an intern job in Canada? The reason for my question is, is South African expierience going to help met at all? Hope someone out there can help me. Thanks, Nanna