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BC PNP vs Federal Class:Mr Miller your insight is needed

BC PNP vs Federal Class:Mr Miller your insight is needed

Old Apr 2nd 2008, 5:23 am
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Mr Miller,

I am currently on a working holiday visa for 2 years and I have been in canada for the last 2 years on previous working holiday visas.

I put in my application for Federal Skilled Worker in August 06 (Sydney,AUS- CIC)and I am concerned that my case will keep dragging - this may make me sound like in whinging considering my wait time is less than many applicants and I am sorry for that.

I am going to have a talk with my employer to go via the Bc PnP route.

My question to you is when and If I am able to obtain this BC PnP nomination and send my application to CIC Sydney do I have to withdraw my skilled worker application?

I want to apply for the Pilot project Bc pnp program for front desk agents (noc 6435).... with my pending federal skilled application I have used Noc 0632 - accomodation service managers for my previous management experience in Australia- but I feel that the skilled federal route + the possible changes in IRPA may affect my case.

Do you believe that it is a good move on my path that If I am nomitated I should go ahead with a Bc PNP application (Sorry if i sound repetitious).

Thank you

Mack

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Old Apr 5th 2008, 11:39 am
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Default Re: BC PNP vs Federal Class:Mr Miller your insight is needed

This is a British expatriate forum. Why are you posting here?
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Old Apr 5th 2008, 11:46 am
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Excuse me, but this post was for Mr Miller, and there are people from sydney here that have made threads as well?? so why the hostility???

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Old Apr 5th 2008, 1:53 pm
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Originally Posted by tony_in_uk
This is a British expatriate forum. Why are you posting here?
It is a forum open to all who have interest in Canadian immigration, regardless their current nationality, country of birth, religion, skin color, race, sexual orientation, gender, age, etc., etc..
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Old Apr 5th 2008, 1:55 pm
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Default Re: BC PNP vs Federal Class:Mr Miller your insight is needed

Originally Posted by aussymack
Mr Miller,

I am currently on a working holiday visa for 2 years and I have been in canada for the last 2 years on previous working holiday visas.

I put in my application for Federal Skilled Worker in August 06 (Sydney,AUS- CIC)and I am concerned that my case will keep dragging - this may make me sound like in whinging considering my wait time is less than many applicants and I am sorry for that.

I am going to have a talk with my employer to go via the Bc PnP route.

My question to you is when and If I am able to obtain this BC PnP nomination and send my application to CIC Sydney do I have to withdraw my skilled worker application?

I want to apply for the Pilot project Bc pnp program for front desk agents (noc 6435).... with my pending federal skilled application I have used Noc 0632 - accomodation service managers for my previous management experience in Australia- but I feel that the skilled federal route + the possible changes in IRPA may affect my case.

Do you believe that it is a good move on my path that If I am nomitated I should go ahead with a Bc PNP application (Sorry if i sound repetitious).

Thank you

Mack
As you can't use NOC 6435 as arranged employment then BC PNP is your best option to speed things up.
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Old Apr 6th 2008, 6:05 pm
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thank you for the reply
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As you can't use NOC 6435 as arranged employment then BC PNP is your best option to speed things up.
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