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Is 68/75 worth a shot? (Mr. Miller?)

Is 68/75 worth a shot? (Mr. Miller?)

Old Jan 13th 2002, 3:08 am
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Hani
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As is the case with most of you, I was overqualified in the old system, and now I do
not even qualify in the new system.

I am required to have a 75 pass mark under the new system as I submitted my
application before 12/17/01. With my spouse's education included, we got a 68.

My question is: Is it worth the effort of following up my existing application with
all the newly required documents: my spouse's education, proof of the number of
schooling years from your country, ... etc. For example, I have a Master's degree,
but as you know, I won't get the points for it unless I prove the total number of
schooling years. All this will require tremendous time and effort to obtain.

Is 68/75 worth that kind of effort? Or shall I wait a couple more years until I
gather more experience, and just forget about my current application?

The only thing that could save me now is arranged employment in Canada. Which seems
to be very tough given the current economic situation, even for me as a Software
Engineer (IT sector).

Any thoughts?

Very much appreciated. Hani.

P.S.: Of course, I am assuming the worst: that I won't get an interview nor a waiver
before 6/28.
 
Old Jan 13th 2002, 4:09 am
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Andrew Miller
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I can't tell you what to decide. More, I can't even guess how your case will be seen
as I don't know all details of your application, but with 68 points (providing that
you can prove everything) at best your chances are rather non existing under new law.
But you may still get interview waiver in time to save your case, so hang in there...

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