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Re: [Immigration Canada] Study Visas for UK, Canada,Germany,Australia&Italy (help)

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  • martins okey
    greetings man who ever u are ,i want to thank you for sending this info.. i have been looking for this web site and i couldn,t just figure how and where to get
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 5, 2005
      greetings man

      who ever u are ,i want to thank you for sending this info..
      i have been looking for this web site and i couldn,t just figure how and where to get it.
      1nce again thank you very much,u are all heart...

      please if you have any more info on this stuff dont hesitate to mail the group.
      thanks

      "Education Free inGermany,Scho n UK,Canada,Aus,USA." <ranairfan62@...> wrote:
      Study Visas for UK, Canada,Germany,Australia&Italy (help)
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    • sundarraj shanmugam
      Hi Group, Warm greetings... I wonder if anyone of this group has an answer for my questions. I recently become PR and looking for jobs in IT. Few consulting
      Message 2 of 6 , Oct 5, 2005
        Hi Group,

        Warm greetings...

        I wonder if anyone of this group has an answer for my
        questions.

        I recently become PR and looking for jobs in IT.
        Few consulting Companies are ready to hire on
        contract basis for specific project.

        So they are looking for individuals having
        'Incorporated' companies.

        I am understanding the term 'Incorporated'.

        How it will be helpful ?

        Thanks
        SS Raj





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      • Dave Lympany
        Hi Sundarraj Incorporation should afford you some level of financial protection should anything go wrong and also means that they will be dealing with a
        Message 3 of 6 , Oct 5, 2005
          Hi Sundarraj

          Incorporation should afford you some level of financial protection should anything go wrong and also means that they will be dealing with a structured company. You can incorporate for around C$100 via some internet sites but being new to canada I'd recommend taking the advice of a certified management accountant and/or a lawyer who specialises in business. It may cost more but you'll have the best advice and the company will be structured correctly according to your needs. Also, contact your local business development centre for expert free advice.

          Congratulations on your PR and good luck.

          Dave Lympany
          http://www.onestopimmigration-canada.com
          ----- Original Message -----
          From: sundarraj shanmugam
          To: immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 10:31 AM
          Subject: [Immigration Canada] - Incorporated


          Hi Group,

          Warm greetings...

          I wonder if anyone of this group has an answer for my
          questions.

          I recently become PR and looking for jobs in IT.
          Few consulting Companies are ready to hire on
          contract basis for specific project.

          So they are looking for individuals having
          'Incorporated' companies.

          I am understanding the term 'Incorporated'.

          How it will be helpful ?

          Thanks
          SS Raj





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        • Omar Salas Lieves
          Hello Dave, Please forgive me for taking the liberty of writing to you directly. I saw your reply to Sundarraj e-mail and I thought you might know the answer
          Message 4 of 6 , Oct 10, 2005
            Hello Dave,



            Please forgive me for taking the liberty of writing to you directly. I saw your reply to Sundarraj e-mail and I thought you might know the answer to my question too.



            I'm a Mexican software engineer who works as an independent contractor for a major corporation in the USA. Recently I expressed my intention of relocating to Canada and my point of contact in the American company mentioned they would like to continue our work relationship. This is an opportunity I'd like to pursue for obvious reasons.

            My questions are:

            If I become a permanent resident of Canada, how could I continue doing business with the American company and pay taxes in Canada?

            If I become “incorporated”, could I continue being a one-man show? Or will be required to hire staff?

            Would this kind of experience count towards the famous "Canadian Experience"?



            Thank you in advance Dave and to whomever replies to this post



            Dave Lympany <davelympany@...> escribió:
            Hi Sundarraj

            Incorporation should afford you some level of financial protection should anything go wrong and also means that they will be dealing with a structured company. You can incorporate for around C$100 via some internet sites but being new to canada I'd recommend taking the advice of a certified management accountant and/or a lawyer who specialises in business. It may cost more but you'll have the best advice and the company will be structured correctly according to your needs. Also, contact your local business development centre for expert free advice.

            Congratulations on your PR and good luck.

            Dave Lympany
            http://www.onestopimmigration-canada.com
            ----- Original Message -----
            From: sundarraj shanmugam
            To: immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 10:31 AM
            Subject: [Immigration Canada] - Incorporated


            Hi Group,

            Warm greetings...

            I wonder if anyone of this group has an answer for my
            questions.

            I recently become PR and looking for jobs in IT.
            Few consulting Companies are ready to hire on
            contract basis for specific project.

            So they are looking for individuals having
            'Incorporated' companies.

            I am understanding the term 'Incorporated'.

            How it will be helpful ?

            Thanks
            SS Raj





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          • DAVE LYMPANY
            Hi Omar If you incorporate you don t have to hire staff - just have a properly formed company. As I mentioned to Sundarraj Its definitely worth making
            Message 5 of 6 , Oct 10, 2005
              Hi Omar

              If you "incorporate" you don't have to hire staff - just have a properly formed company. As I mentioned to Sundarraj Its definitely worth making enquiries to a business lawyer/accountant to ensure everything is in order. I can't see there being an issue with where your company income comes from (as long as its legal!!) especially as most canadian trade is with the USA and you will pay tax as a Canadian resident. Again this is where the accountant would be useful.

              If you need professional advice with your application I can recommend Phil Mooney of CanAm migration who is a registered immigration consultant for Canada. He can be contacted for a free assessment at http://www.onestopimmigration-canada.com/contact.html

              Hope this helps a bit.

              Good luck

              Dave Lympany
              http://www.onestopimmigration-canada.com

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