Alberta, Canada

Old Jan 10th 2008, 6:33 am
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Hi everyone, I have received a Positive LMO for Alberta for 1 year as a chef, i qualify as a skilled labour under the point system, i just want to know how do i find out that my LMO is not under the pilot system of work permit( low skilled), since i already am a skilled labour in my field, in case if it is can i be able to switch to skilled labour category once i start work.
I will be glad if some one could share some information on this or suggest any particular sites.
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Fredie Carvalho.
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Old Jan 10th 2008, 8:40 am
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If the NOC code is 62410 then you are considered as a chef and that is an accepted skill level for PR applications.
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