Adaptability points

Old Jul 6th 2003, 10:51 am
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Default Adaptability points

I'm planning to apply for immigration to canada. I have a question and I
shall be thankful if you could answer that.

During my master's program in Canada I worked as a research assistant for
two and half years, the number of hours can be accumulated to show one
year of full time engagement.

Will I get 5 points for this in the adaptability factor on the basis of
"Principal Applicant or Spouse / Common-Law Partner has worked in Canada
* No, or has worked full-time in Canada for less than one year
*Worked full-time in Canada for at least one year ==>eq. to 5 points
" ?
I know I should get 5 points for my 2 years of study in Canada in
adaptability factor, but will I get additional 5 points in the
adaptability for 1-year full time job experience IN CANADA, with the research assistantship experience i had?

In effect, will I get 5 or 10 in adaptability factor?

Your answers will be highly appreciated

Thanks.
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Old Jul 6th 2003, 2:10 pm
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Default Re: Adaptability points

No, you won't get points for it as it was part of your education program,
not an authorized employment (with work permit).

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"shwapneel" wrote in message
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    > I'm planning to apply for immigration to canada. I have a question and I
    > shall be thankful if you could answer that.
    > During my master's program in Canada I worked as a research
    > assistant for
    > two and half years, the number of hours can be accumulated to show one
    > year of full time engagement.
    > Will I get 5 points for this in the adaptability factor on the basis of
    > "Principal Applicant or Spouse / Common-Law Partner has worked in Canada
    > * No, or has worked full-time in Canada for less than one year
    > *Worked full-time in Canada for at least one year ==>eq. to 5 points
    > " ?
    > I know I should get 5 points for my 2 years of study in Canada in
    > adaptability factor, but will I get additional 5 points in the
    > adaptability for 1-year full time job experience IN CANADA, with the
    > research assistantship experience i had?
    > In effect, will I get 5 or 10 in adaptability factor?
    > Your answers will be highly appreciated
    > Thanks.
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