Arranged employment points

Old May 16th 2003, 4:24 am
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Pavel
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Dear Mr Miller,
On CIC site I found information that to get points for arranged employment:

Your work permit will be valid for 12 or more months after you apply for
a permanent resident visa.

Is it enough if work permit is valid for 12 months on the date of
application (is it date of sending application)?

Thanks
Pavel
 
Old May 16th 2003, 4:51 am
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Andrew Miller
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No, it is not enough. Work permit must be valid for at least 12 months
beyond the application date (which is when application is received by visa
post, not the date it was mailed), you must be currently working at that
job, employer must offer to hire you on the permanent, full time position on
the indeterminate basis and there must be a determination by an officer
under section 203 that the performance of the employment by the skilled
worker would be likely to result in a neutral or positive economic effect in
Canada.

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"Pavel" wrote in message
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    > Dear Mr Miller,
    > On CIC site I found information that to get points for arranged
employment:
    > Your work permit will be valid for 12 or more months after you apply for
    > a permanent resident visa.
    > Is it enough if work permit is valid for 12 months on the date of
    > application (is it date of sending application)?
    > Thanks
    > Pavel
 
Old May 16th 2003, 5:17 am
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Pavel
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Thank you Mr Miller for your response.
I have a work permit valid till the end of May 2004. Is that mean that I
should get the points if my application is received by a Consulate by
the end of May (I have a HRDC validation and an offer of the permanent,
full time job).




Andrew Miller wrote:
    > No, it is not enough. Work permit must be valid for at least 12 months
    > beyond the application date (which is when application is received by visa
    > post, not the date it was mailed), you must be currently working at that
    > job, employer must offer to hire you on the permanent, full time position on
    > the indeterminate basis and there must be a determination by an officer
    > under section 203 that the performance of the employment by the skilled
    > worker would be likely to result in a neutral or positive economic effect in
    > Canada.
    >
 
Old May 16th 2003, 5:24 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Arranged employment points

If your application is received before end of May then your work permit will
meet 12+ months validity requirement. But it is still up to processing
officer to make the determination about the economic effect of your
employment in Canada.

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


"Pavel" wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Thank you Mr Miller for your response.
    > I have a work permit valid till the end of May 2004. Is that mean that I
    > should get the points if my application is received by a Consulate by
    > the end of May (I have a HRDC validation and an offer of the permanent,
    > full time job).
    > Andrew Miller wrote:
    > > No, it is not enough. Work permit must be valid for at least 12 months
    > > beyond the application date (which is when application is received by
visa
    > > post, not the date it was mailed), you must be currently working at that
    > > job, employer must offer to hire you on the permanent, full time
position on
    > > the indeterminate basis and there must be a determination by an officer
    > > under section 203 that the performance of the employment by the skilled
    > > worker would be likely to result in a neutral or positive economic
effect in
    > > Canada.
    > >
 

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