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about proof of fund and job experience

Old Jan 17th 2010, 4:12 am
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Dear all,


I am intending to migrate myself to Canada as an Electrician. I am afraid about proof of fund and my work experience. I can show necessary fund in my bank account but I wont be able to show the income tax certificate. Because I will be got it from my uncle. He is agree to give me that amount for one year. How can I show this as proof of fund. I want to know what is the procedure?

I have been working in a real estate company as an electrician for the last 6 years. I am to take my salary in cash by signing a payslip. I don't use a bank account to take my salary. Is it any problem to the visa officer? If he will be interested to make a phone quarry to my office that it wont be any problem. Moreover I have contact paper and others job related documents.

Are these conditions in favour of me?

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Old Jan 17th 2010, 8:01 am
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Funds need to be 'unencumbered' and not loaned or borrowed.

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