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Hi All So I have done loads of reading and am still confused. So hubby gets very low points for EE when we do the calculations as he turns 48 this year so no points for his age. Do we apply for a PNP first and then try for EE? Can you submit PNP application to 2 different provinces at the same time and see which comes through first? Once you PNP is accepted what does that actually mean and give you? Would you still need to apply for a work permit ect? Does it help to secure a job first before applying for PNP? Husband is a heavy duty mechanic / mechanical engineer, would Alberta or BC be a better option job wise and availability? Does IELTS and trade assessments have to be done before applying for PNP? Or when does that all get done, as I know they expire after a period! Thank you in advance
Hi guys, Just wanted to find out if there are any electricians here that have been been through the process. So my husband is qualified ,worked for himself for over 10 years, but now we have been told that he might have to go to the Ontario College to get a certificate equivalent of his qualification. This was said by my brother in Canada, he is not totally sure. Did anyone else have to do this? We have one IELTS and he needs a certificate of his qualification so that he can apply?
TrudieS posted a topic in FoyerHi anyone out there, we would like to start the process to immigrate and I am looking for a mentor to walk us through the process that knows all the ups and downs. It is so daunting that you do not know who to speak to. We had spoken to three lawyers and I do not feel comfortable with one of them. It is a huge emotional roller coaster and they all are so concerned to take your money first before assisting you. We do not mind getting a lawyer and paying for them but we are looking for someone that can assist and give us advise of what options to look at, but without them establishing trust how do you start? We have a two fold problem. We are in the process of trying to sell our business and would like to start another in Canada with the proceeds of the sale, but we need to start with an application to immigrate in the meantime. Some recommend that we should apply for a workers visa first,others that we wait until our business are sold and then we can apply for an entrepreneurial visa. We currently have a business that we would like to purchase but the seller cannot wait for ever to sell to us. So we need to get the ball rolling and need advise. We both (hubby and I) have 15 years of management skills in our own business.The business we looking at buying is on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. We also have to apply for a holiday visa first so that we can visit the existing business to make a final call. Will all the above not take forever? Time is of the essence if we want to go ahead with the sale of the existing business. Please help anyone? Regards Trudie