HRSDC LMO Timeline

Old Aug 22nd 2007, 10:15 am
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I agree with number 4 - I think they have some deals about medical professions
PS I think 1 is most likely
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Old Aug 22nd 2007, 7:47 pm
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Are you still in BC?

Wherever you are , once you have an LMO you need a WP. You can obtain that at port of entry or through London beforehand. If you do it beforehand there is a queue, but you can run that queue concurrently with the LMO queue
No I am back to France.

My employer called BC HRSDC today. They are processing LMO from the beginning of August so they haven't started mine yet.
As soon as I get a tracking number, I will send my Work Permit forms to the Canadian Ambassy in Paris.

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Old Aug 23rd 2007, 1:24 am
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I've heard that the employer applying for the LMO has to pay for the return ticket of the employee...is this true?
Also, the employer is now saying she expects the LMO to be done by Sept 14 at the latest! How is this possible? That would be just over a month, which seems too good to be true!
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Also, the employer is now saying she expects the LMO to be done by Sept 14 at the latest! How is this possible? That would be just over a month, which seems too good to be true!
See post #298/299
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Originally Posted by gryphea View Post
OK. I think no way your employer can circumvent the queue so it means one of a few things:

1. your employer is misguided and this is what your employer expects without having been in touch with HDSRC
2. your employer has applied for pre approved LMOs already and this is when they will come through
3. HDSRC have recruited loads and are now steaming through applications

I think 3 is possibly unlikely as we applied 27th april for an ocupation under pressure and have no news.

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Hi again...I'm thinking that option #2 is likely but who knows. The organization is fairly large and do have a pretty high demand for employees.
I've heard that the employer has to pay for the return ticket? Any ideas?
Also, anyone know current processing times for work visa for an Irish citizen?
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[QUOTE=newfiegurl;5225783]Hi again...I'm thinking that option #2 is likely but who knows. QUOTE]

Your employer maybe?

The plane ticket business is only for certain skill types I think (low skilled jobs)

As for the WP waiting time, I have no idea.
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[QUOTE=scottandsara;5225846]
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Hi again...I'm thinking that option #2 is likely but who knows. QUOTE]

Your employer maybe?

The plane ticket business is only for certain skill types I think (low skilled jobs)

As for the WP waiting time, I have no idea.
Is 'Proof of Funds' required if you have a job offer, when you apply for the work permit?
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Old Aug 24th 2007, 7:33 am
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Is 'Proof of Funds' required if you have a job offer, when you apply for the work permit?
No.
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Old Aug 24th 2007, 9:54 am
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Just a note to say 17 weeks today (alberta)..........
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Just a note to say 17 weeks today (alberta)..........
16 weeks on Tuesday for me.
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Just a note to say 17 weeks today (alberta)..........
Originally Posted by scottandsara View Post
16 weeks on Tuesday for me.
I feel for you guys...I really do. My OH was two weeks yesterday (Saskatchewan).
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Here we go after too many stop/starts LMO is in process

1) Provincial office where applied: Nova Scotia
2) Date when application was POSTED: August 22nd 2007
3) Date when they recieved the application: Not sure (poss same day online application)
4) Any correspondence or calls received by your employer in between, if yes then the nature of the enquiry and after how many days/weeks did you get an enquiry from them? none so far
5) Date when decision made or recieved?
6) Employee is inside or outside Canada when the Application was submitted? Outside

Our Immigration Consultant has advised us we should recieve positive LMO in 3 weeks

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hope your quote of 3 weeks is accurate as our LMO is going into NS hopefully next week.

Hoping to get our concurrent work permit application in as soon as I get a copy of the LMO from the employer. Anyone know if it can be faxed over rather than wait for the post?

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LMO submitted yesterday by Calgary Health, have been told will have positive LMO by start of Sept.

According to HR they complained when they were having to wait 2-3 weeks, the last few LMO requests they have submitted have been approved within 3-5days.

I asked her about this and mentioned that there are people posting here that are waiting 20 weeks, she said it's because there is a huge shortage of nurses, which is impacting on care delivery. I will keep you updated

Sharon
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LMO submitted yesterday by Calgary Health, have been told will have positive LMO by start of Sept.

According to HR they complained when they were having to wait 2-3 weeks, the last few LMO requests they have submitted have been approved within 3-5days.

I asked her about this and mentioned that there are people posting here that are waiting 20 weeks, she said it's because there is a huge shortage of nurses, which is impacting on care delivery. I will keep you updated

Sharon
Intersting news for you Sharon - hoping it's done soonest for you.

At this rate it might actually be quicker to train as a nurse and apply than for the rest of us to wait for an LMO.
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