- Hi Everyone
My family and I arrived in canada in 2003 as permament residents and
were amazed at how much we didn't know despite thinking we had
thoroughly researched everything.
I think the biggest thing was that most oversea's education and/or
qualifications just don't transfer too well though each province
does have assessment agencies. I'd recommend that you should find
out exactly what you need to do to work in the profession you choose
and then see if you are ok to do it. The only assumption you can
make is that you'll have to start at the bottom - anything else will
be a bonus.
The good news? If you have the passion and drive to move countries
then any decent employer will hopefully soon see your worth and you
may move upwards a bit quicker.
We have a website offering free information on immigration though we
aren't professional immigration experts (written in our spare time)
so feel free to visit onestopimmigration-canada.com
I'll post tips and info here as often as I can but in the meantime
contact us and we'll try to answer questions as fast as we can.
I had recieved my file number a year ago and just after that I was
unemployed for 6 months then worked for 4 months and again was
unemployed for 2 months; I have a total of 3 years and 1 month of work
experience would it affect my permanent resident visa application for
Please revert to this as soon as possible.
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