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Old Oct 18th 2002, 6:44 am
  #1  
Watti
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Default About applying immigration to Canada

Hi, Everybody:

I am new here. A friend of my suggested me here. It good to see so
many experts here. About apply immigration to Canada, I have some
questions need your help.

1. I am a graduate student in canada, maybe in September, 2003 I can
get my master degree. I only have B.Eng degree in China. I think right
now I can get 72 points. I will get another 5 points for 2year study
in canada and 2-3 point for master degree.
My question is if I can apply immigration now? and how so that my case
will not be rejected immediately due to 72 points only. What kind of
proof should I provide in order to certify I can get 7-8 point in Sep.
2003.?

2. How to certify I can get 16 points on English if I don't take any
Eng. tests.
What kind of supporting documents I need to provide. You see, I can
get a letter from my advisor, the chair of the program, to certify I
have 2 conference papers in 2002 and 1 paper sent out for journal
publication ( Not accept yet). What else info. should I supply.

I planed to sent out application recently. I really need you kind
help.
Thank you very much
 
Old Oct 18th 2002, 6:54 am
  #2  
Andrew Miller
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Default Re: About applying immigration to Canada

First - do you have a minimum 1 years of continuous full-time skilled work
experience in one or more occupations listed in top 3 bands of NOC? If you
don't then your application will be refused.

How did you get to 72 points so far?

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.-
liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

________________________________


"Watti" wrote in message
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[email protected]
...
    > Hi, Everybody:
    > I am new here. A friend of my suggested me here. It good to see so
    > many experts here. About apply immigration to Canada, I have some
    > questions need your help.
    > 1. I am a graduate student in canada, maybe in September, 2003 I can
    > get my master degree. I only have B.Eng degree in China. I think right
    > now I can get 72 points. I will get another 5 points for 2year study
    > in canada and 2-3 point for master degree.
    > My question is if I can apply immigration now? and how so that my case
    > will not be rejected immediately due to 72 points only. What kind of
    > proof should I provide in order to certify I can get 7-8 point in Sep.
    > 2003.?
    > 2. How to certify I can get 16 points on English if I don't take any
    > Eng. tests.
    > What kind of supporting documents I need to provide. You see, I can
    > get a letter from my advisor, the chair of the program, to certify I
    > have 2 conference papers in 2002 and 1 paper sent out for journal
    > publication ( Not accept yet). What else info. should I supply.
    > I planed to sent out application recently. I really need you kind
    > help.
    > Thank you very much
 
Old Oct 18th 2002, 7:56 am
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Steffy
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Default Re: About applying immigration to Canada

Dear Andrew:

Is it confirm that the work experience has to be "continuous", I have now a
year of full time workexperience (same NOC, 2 different companies).

Thanks,
Steffy


"Andrew Miller" wrote in message
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[email protected]
...
    > First - do you have a minimum 1 years of continuous full-time skilled work
    > experience in one or more occupations listed in top 3 bands of NOC? If you
    > don't then your application will be refused.
    > How did you get to 72 points so far?
    > --
    > ../..
    > Andrew Miller
    > Immigration Consultant
    > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > email: [email protected]
    > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > For confidential phone consultation go here:
    > http://members.yaho-
    > o.liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

    > ________________________________
    > "Watti" wrote in message
    > news:b2d120dd.02101810-
    > [email protected]
    ...
    > > Hi, Everybody:
    > >
    > > I am new here. A friend of my suggested me here. It good to see so
    > > many experts here. About apply immigration to Canada, I have some
    > > questions need your help.
    > >
    > > 1. I am a graduate student in canada, maybe in September, 2003 I can
    > > get my master degree. I only have B.Eng degree in China. I think right
    > > now I can get 72 points. I will get another 5 points for 2year study
    > > in canada and 2-3 point for master degree.
    > > My question is if I can apply immigration now? and how so that my case
    > > will not be rejected immediately due to 72 points only. What kind of
    > > proof should I provide in order to certify I can get 7-8 point in Sep.
    > > 2003.?
    > >
    > > 2. How to certify I can get 16 points on English if I don't take any
    > > Eng. tests.
    > > What kind of supporting documents I need to provide. You see, I can
    > > get a letter from my advisor, the chair of the program, to certify I
    > > have 2 conference papers in 2002 and 1 paper sent out for journal
    > > publication ( Not accept yet). What else info. should I supply.
    > >
    > > I planed to sent out application recently. I really need you kind
    > > help.
    > > Thank you very much
 
Old Oct 18th 2002, 8:22 am
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Andrew Miller
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Steffy,

This is exactly what Regulations say about it:

---------------------------------------------------------------
Section 75

Skilled workers

(2) A foreign national is a skilled worker if

(a) within the 10 years preceding the date of their application for a permanent
resident visa, they have at least one year of continuous full-time employment
experience, as described in subsection 80(7), or the equivalent in part-time
employment in one or more occupations, other than a restricted occupation, that
are listed in Skill Type 0 Management Occupations or Skill Level A or B of the
National Occupational Classification matrix;

(b) during that period of employment they performed the actions described in
the lead statement for the occupation as set out in the occupational
descriptions of the National Occupational Classification; and

(c) during that period of employment they performed a substantial number of the
main duties of the occupation as set out in the occupational descriptions of
the National Occupational Classification, including all of the essential
duties.
--------------------------------------------------------------

So, it can be one or more occupations as long as it was a continuous full time
employment in occupation(s) listed in top 3 bands of NOC.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.-
liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

________________________________


"steffy" wrote in message
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[email protected]
...
    > Dear Andrew:
    > Is it confirm that the work experience has to be "continuous", I have now a
    > year of full time workexperience (same NOC, 2 different companies).
    > Thanks,
    > Steffy
    > "Andrew Miller" wrote in message
    > news:hNYr9.23863$Sk6.204-
    > [email protected]
    ...
    > > First - do you have a minimum 1 years of continuous full-time skilled work
    > > experience in one or more occupations listed in top 3 bands of NOC? If you
    > > don't then your application will be refused.
    > >
    > > How did you get to 72 points so far?
    > >
    > > --
    > >
    > > ../..
    > >
    > > Andrew Miller
    > > Immigration Consultant
    > > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > > email: [email protected]
    > > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > >
    > > For confidential phone consultation go here:
    > >
    > > http://members.ya-
    > > hoo.liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

    > > ________________________________
    > >
    > >
    > > "Watti" wrote in message
    > > news:b2d120dd.021018-
    > > [email protected]
    ...
    > > > Hi, Everybody:
    > > >
    > > > I am new here. A friend of my suggested me here. It good to see so
    > > > many experts here. About apply immigration to Canada, I have some
    > > > questions need your help.
    > > >
    > > > 1. I am a graduate student in canada, maybe in September, 2003 I can
    > > > get my master degree. I only have B.Eng degree in China. I think right
    > > > now I can get 72 points. I will get another 5 points for 2year study
    > > > in canada and 2-3 point for master degree.
    > > > My question is if I can apply immigration now? and how so that my case
    > > > will not be rejected immediately due to 72 points only. What kind of
    > > > proof should I provide in order to certify I can get 7-8 point in Sep.
    > > > 2003.?
    > > >
    > > > 2. How to certify I can get 16 points on English if I don't take any
    > > > Eng. tests.
    > > > What kind of supporting documents I need to provide. You see, I can
    > > > get a letter from my advisor, the chair of the program, to certify I
    > > > have 2 conference papers in 2002 and 1 paper sent out for journal
    > > > publication ( Not accept yet). What else info. should I supply.
    > > >
    > > > I planed to sent out application recently. I really need you kind
    > > > help.
    > > > Thank you very much
    > >
    > >
 
Old Oct 18th 2002, 2:34 pm
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Watti
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"Andrew Miller" wrote in message news:...
    > First - do you have a minimum 1 years of continuous full-time skilled work
    > experience in one or more occupations listed in top 3 bands of NOC? If you
    > don't then your application will be refused.
    > How did you get to 72 points so far?
The answer is :
I have 10 continuous full-time skilled work before I came to Canada.

B.Eng 23 points
age 10 points
Work experience 20 points
English 16 points
my wife got the Graduation certificate of a technical school in china
so I got 3 points
a total of 72 points
Ba. Andrew Miller please give me your advice
 
Old Oct 18th 2002, 3:08 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Sorry, but so far you messed up either your calculation or typing (or both).

There is no 23 points for education at all, scale is as follows - 5, 12, 15,
20, 22 and 25 points. Single Bachelor degree with at least 14 years of
education gives you 20 points.

There is no 20 points for work experience either - 4 or more years of skilled
work experience gives you 21 points.

So, assuming that your wife has a trade certificate after at least 12 years of
education (3 points for it) your score so far is only 70 points. When you'll
have at least 2 years of full time post secondary education in Canada you'll
get missing 5 points for it, but not sooner.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.-
liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

________________________________


"Watti" wrote in message
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[email protected]
...
    > "Andrew Miller" wrote in message
news:...
    > > First - do you have a minimum 1 years of continuous full-time skilled work
    > > experience in one or more occupations listed in top 3 bands of NOC? If you
    > > don't then your application will be refused.
    > >
    > > How did you get to 72 points so far?
    > >
    > The answer is :
    > I have 10 continuous full-time skilled work before I came to Canada.
    > B.Eng 23 points
    > age 10 points
    > Work experience 20 points
    > English 16 points
    > my wife got the Graduation certificate of a technical school in china
    > so I got 3 points
    > a total of 72 points
    > Mr. Andrew Miller please give me your advice
 
Old Oct 19th 2002, 3:17 am
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Nishant
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Default About applying immigration to Canada - How many points

Mr Miller,
I hope I haven't messed up my calculations. Could you please check the
following and confirm whether I've got it right? Thanks.

Education: 18 years Points 22 (25??)
Grade1 to 12 ; Engineeering 4 years, 2 year full time postgraduate
management program)

English : Full Proficiency : 16

Work Experience : over 4 years : 21

Age : 10 points

Spouse qualification : 3 points (15 years full time and BSc)

Total : 72 points

It all depends on how many points I am awarded for my post graduate 2
year full time Managment Diploma (from IIM- Indian INstitute of
Management).
In India it is equaivalent to an MBA and is the country's top management
school.Strangely they term this a 'diploma'. In case I get 25 points,
then I qualify else tough luck!

Nishant



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Old Oct 19th 2002, 4:10 am
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Andrew Miller
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Unless you provide official confirmation that your post graduate diploma is at
Master's degree level processing officer will have hard time accepting it as
such.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.-
liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

________________________________


"Nishant" wrote in message
news:8d4502a3-
[email protected]
...
    > Mr Miller,
    > I hope I haven't messed up my calculations. Could you please check the
    > following and confirm whether I've got it right? Thanks.
    > Education: 18 years Points 22 (25??)
    > Grade1 to 12 ; Engineeering 4 years, 2 year full time postgraduate
    > management program)
    > English : Full Proficiency : 16
    > Work Experience : over 4 years : 21
    > Age : 10 points
    > Spouse qualification : 3 points (15 years full time and BSc)
    > Total : 72 points
    > It all depends on how many points I am awarded for my post graduate 2
    > year full time Managment Diploma (from IIM- Indian INstitute of
    > Management).
    > In India it is equaivalent to an MBA and is the country's top management
    > school.Strangely they term this a 'diploma'. In case I get 25 points,
    > then I qualify else tough luck!
    > Nishant
    > --
    > Posted via Mailgate.ORG Server -
    > http://www.Mailgate.ORG
 
Old Oct 19th 2002, 5:10 am
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Watti
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"Andrew Miller" wrote in message news:...
    > Sorry, but so far you messed up either your calculation or typing (or both).
    > There is no 23 points for education at all, scale is as follows - 5, 12, 15,
    > 20, 22 and 25 points. Single Bachelor degree with at least 14 years of
    > education gives you 20 points.
    > There is no 20 points for work experience either - 4 or more years of skilled
    > work experience gives you 21 points.
    > So, assuming that your wife has a trade certificate after at least 12 years of
    > education (3 points for it) your score so far is only 70 points. When you'll
    > have at least 2 years of full time post secondary education in Canada you'll
    > get missing 5 points for it, but not sooner.

Dear Andrew:

Sorry for the confusing information.
Sometimes I was confused by the calculation of points I should get.
Now here is the situation:
1. Bachelor degree, 15 years of education ( 11 years of education
before university and 4 years of university education).
I DO NOT know how many points I can get on education. I am NOT sure
the points are determined by years of education or by the bachelor
degree. Please advise.

2. English 16

3. Work experience 21 (10 years continuous full-time skilled work
experience)

4. age 10

5. My wife got the Graduation certificate of a technical school.
It was a 2-year Graduation certificate with 13 years education (11
years of education before technical school and 2 years of technical
school).
So, on this Adaptability, how many points I can get?

Please tell me how many points I can get in total. Thank you.

BTW, in September, 2003, I will be finishing my 2 years of full time
post secondary education in Canada and get my master degree.

My question is: Can I apply immigration now? Will the immigration
officer rejected my application immdiately?

Your help is really appreciated.
 
Old Oct 19th 2002, 5:24 am
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Andrew Miller
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As I assumed you get only 70 points at this time -

1. Education - 20 points (the credential level *and* the total length of
education determine the outcome here)

2. English - 16 points if you can prove that you have high proficiency in
English

3. Work experience - 21 points

4. Age - 10 points

5. Arranged employment - 0 points

6. Adaptability - 3 points for wife's education.

So again, the total is only 70 points and you application will most likely be
rejected unless you gain missing points or there are substantial factors in
your case leading to the discretionary approval.

You may contact me directly for more comprehensive (and free) evaluation of
your chances and options.

--

../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)

For confidential phone consultation go here:

http://members.yahoo.-
liveadvice.com/andrewmiller_canada

________________________________


"Watti" wrote in message
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[email protected]
...

    > Dear Andrew:
    > Sorry for the confusing information.
    > Sometimes I was confused by the calculation of points I should get.
    > Now here is the situation:
    > 1. Bachelor degree, 15 years of education ( 11 years of education
    > before university and 4 years of university education).
    > I DO NOT know how many points I can get on education. I am NOT sure
    > the points are determined by years of education or by the bachelor
    > degree. Please advise.
    > 2. English 16
    > 3. Work experience 21 (10 years continuous full-time skilled work
    > experience)
    > 4. age 10
    > 5. My wife got the Graduation certificate of a technical school.
    > It was a 2-year Graduation certificate with 13 years education (11
    > years of education before technical school and 2 years of technical
    > school).
    > So, on this Adaptability, how many points I can get?
    > Please tell me how many points I can get in total. Thank you.
    > BTW, in September, 2003, I will be finishing my 2 years of full time
    > post secondary education in Canada and get my master degree.
    > My question is: Can I apply immigration now? Will the immigration
    > officer rejected my application immdiately?
    > Your help is really appreciated.

    > "Andrew Miller" wrote in message
news:...
    > > Sorry, but so far you messed up either your calculation or typing (or
both).
    > >
    > > There is no 23 points for education at all, scale is as follows - 5, 12,
15,
    > > 20, 22 and 25 points. Single Bachelor degree with at least 14 years of
    > > education gives you 20 points.
    > >
    > > There is no 20 points for work experience either - 4 or more years of
skilled
    > > work experience gives you 21 points.
    > >
    > > So, assuming that your wife has a trade certificate after at least 12 years
of
    > > education (3 points for it) your score so far is only 70 points. When
you'll
    > > have at least 2 years of full time post secondary education in Canada
you'll
    > > get missing 5 points for it, but not sooner.
 

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