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help with getting into canda

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help with getting into canda

Post Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 1:50 am

hi

 

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Re: help with getting into canda

Post Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 1:52 am

oh

 

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Re: help with getting into canda

Post Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 11:51 am

Hi Stace,

A warm welcome to Expat Focus.

To avoid much risk and potential cost in your investigation I can suggest that you connect with a Relocation Management firm that can assist in establishing your eligibility.

There is specific criteria, based within a Points system, that will ultimately determine whether you are able to live in Canada or not.

Any Relocation Management firm should provide this analysis free of cost. For instance, NuPAD Solutions Canada can help you with an assessment free of charge. You can visit their site at: www.nupad.ca , and if there is a fit for you then contact them to start the free process.

Otherwise, you could seek an individual Immigration specialist, but it's best to ensure you are working with a certified Immigration lawyer (like with NuPAD), rather than somebody merely deemed as an 'Immigration Specialist' providing you opinion.

Any questions at all, just let me know.

Warm Regards,

Paul-F


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Re: help with getting into canda

Post Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 2:43 pm

Hey Paul,

After taking the free assessment we found that we are eligible to immigrate to canada. Before taking any decision we are doing some research on mainly 2 points , first working in Canada and second, living in Canada.

Can you help us by providing some info on which place, Vancouver or Toronto or Calgary, would suit better with respect to housing, career prospects/ job market, day to day living, healthcare, transport, saving ability, climate, work environment and living conditions.

I am from IT but currently working as an administrator and my husband is from Sales/ Marketing/ Insurance/ Banking/ Customer Service.

And last but not the least, will our international experience will be of any help in canada and how well are foreign (New Zealand and Indian) qualifications recognised in Canada?

Your advise would be greatly appreciated.

Warm Regards
Kaumudi

 

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