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Old May 16th 2009, 10:37 am
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HI We will hopefully know in the next few months whether we have been accepted.

I have been upfront with my employer and told them everything but now I feel like I am being pushed out.

If I choose to resign next week do we have to inform the High Commission of the change in my employment status?
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Old May 16th 2009, 12:07 pm
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HI We will hopefully know in the next few months whether we have been accepted.

I have been upfront with my employer and told them everything but now I feel like I am being pushed out.

If I choose to resign next week do we have to inform the High Commission of the change in my employment status?
Not as far as I am aware, if you are in the skilled worker route it is based on your last four years work experience I believe
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Old May 17th 2009, 7:14 am
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As far as advice:

if you feel you are being pushed out at work, which in my ears translates to "they are preparing to maybe make do without you at work, and therefore might be preparing to lay you off"

well, if that's what you feel, than you better prepare for just that, and:

evaluate your options

-can you wait for your Canadian immigration status to go through (don't know the details of your case) and make do without a job and an income until then
-if not, prepare and start finding yourself another job at your current location

Good luck with all -- maybe it's also worth another talk with your employer: explain about any uncertainty in timing with regards to Canadian immigration.

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It could well be that the employer, having been told of the posters plan, is anxious to find someone to replace him so there is as little interruption in production as possible.
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