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Charmed

Immigration without Matric Certifiate?

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Charmed

Hi

My fiancé got a job offer (inter-company transfer). :ilikeit:

The Canadian branch has contacted an immigration lawyer to handle the process.

It seems that they will want us to immigrate on the federal skilled program, problem is my fiancé doesn't have a matric certificate which seems to be one of the requirements. He was on an apprenticeship but was in a bad motor cycle accident before he could complete it.

The job offer is for senior management level and he's gotten where he is with hard work and experience.

Has anyone had this problem?

Would the only route be to apply for a work permit (inter-company transfer) then after a year apply for permanent residency through Canadian Experience?

Thanks!

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MaryJane

Hi

I think just make sure that the matric certificate is required. I seem to recall that if you have post secondary education that you'd only need to submit that and the transcript.

Even when I had my education assessed by WES, they only asked for my post secondary documentation.

I don't remember sending my matric certificate in when I did the applications but the document checklist could have changed since.

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Charmed

Thanks MaryJane! :D

We'll send his certificates in if they ask and see what happens.

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ENGinCT

Since the job offer has already been made, there should be no problem with the offer-LMO-work permit route.

Any "post-secondary education" in SA without a matric is not only very odd, but will not meet even the initial requirements of the FSW program.

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