help!

Old May 6th 2003, 7:48 pm
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Good_rene
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I graduated from top law schools in China and US, and have had
accumutively 3 years' working experience with a leading US law firm in
SHanghai. However, as far as I know, it seems almost impossible for
legal professionals to immigrate to Canada, Austrlia or New Zealand as
a skilled worker. Can any immigration expert give me some advise in
this respect? Many thanks in advance! rene
 
Old May 7th 2003, 2:49 am
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Andrew Miller
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Who told you that?!!

As for now there are no restricted occupations for immigration to Canada
under Skilled Workers class - there will be some in the near future, but not
yet.

You may email me directly for free evaluation of your chances.

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For confidential phone consultation go here:

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    > I graduated from top law schools in China and US, and have had
    > accumutively 3 years' working experience with a leading US law firm in
    > SHanghai. However, as far as I know, it seems almost impossible for
    > legal professionals to immigrate to Canada, Austrlia or New Zealand as
    > a skilled worker. Can any immigration expert give me some advise in
    > this respect? Many thanks in advance! rene
 

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