Challenges Arises With Dependents In The Federal Skilled Worker Applications

August 27, 2010 by  
Category: General

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An important thing to realize is that everything that was included in your Federal Skilled Worker application is locked in once the Central Intake Office acknowledges receipt of your application. For example, if your dependent child is 21 years and 10 months old, that person is locked in as a dependent until your application is […]

Changes To Skilled Worker Applications

December 24, 2008 by  
Category: Skilled Worker

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The Budget 2008, introduced on February 27th, 2008, made a number of amendments to a number of legislations in Canada, including the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. As a result, the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has been provided with two new specific authorities for the purpose of increasing its efficiency in processing applications. The […]

The New Job Categories For Skilled Worker Applications

December 23, 2008 by  
Category: Skilled Worker

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According to the Minister’s Instruction issued on November 28th, 2008, all Federal Skilled Worker applications received after February 27th, 2008 must have one of the following criteria to get processed: 1. An application must have an arranged employment point under the six-factor point-assessment or Labour Market Opinion work permit; 2. An applicant must have a […]

Where To Apply For Skilled Worker Applications

December 22, 2008 by  
Category: Skilled Worker

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Under section 11 of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, an applicant has a right to apply a permanent resident application in two kinds of locations in the world. One is the place they have been admitted legally for at least one year. For example, if you are a student from Pakistan and studying in […]

How To Avoid Mistakes When Applying For Investor Status

September 9, 2008 by  
Category: Featured, Immigration Law

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Mistakes to avoid when applying for investor status: 1. Make sure to have a qualified lawyer to guide you through the process. It is a complex process, in the sense of the huge number of documents that are required. 2. Make sure that your business records are complete and up to date and follow a […]

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