Immigration from India to canada

Old Nov 12th 2001, 4:06 pm
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Nikhil
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Hi I want to apply for PR to canada under skilled immigration catagory. But the
processing time involved in the process in India is qute large (arond 18-20 months).
How can we reduce this processing time for ourself. is there any other way out. plz
advise. any suggestion will be highly appreciated. Regards Nikhil
 
Old Nov 13th 2001, 2:43 am
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That's short compared to the time to go to the USA which for Indians is in the 5-10
year range!
 
Old Nov 13th 2001, 7:30 pm
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Colombo is another option. Have you enquired about the processing time there?

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Old Nov 14th 2001, 6:19 am
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Hello! I will be grateful if I be informed that what is the procedure and fee(if any)
for transfering interview from one country to another. I am to give interview in Hong
Kong but I wanna transfer it to Pakistan. So Please help me out as quick as possible
as I am short of time I will be obliged for a prompt reply. many thanx in advance
regards nusrat
 
Old Nov 15th 2001, 5:09 am
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Hi how can i know the processing time involved there in Colombo. Also can somebody
suggest whether one gets a visitor visa just to attend the sheduled interview.
Regards Nikhil

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[usenetquote2]> > > Hi I want to apply for PR to canada under skilled immigration catagory. But the[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > processing time involved in the process in India is qute large (arond 18-20[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > months). How can we reduce this processing time for ourself. is there any other[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > way out. plz advise. any suggestion will be highly appreciated. Regards Nikhil[/usenetquote2]
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Old Nov 16th 2001, 12:26 am
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Hi how can i know the processing time involved there in Colombo. Also can somebody
suggest whether one gets a visitor visa just to attend the sheduled interview.
Regards Nikhil

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[usenetquote2]> > > > Hi I want to apply for PR to canada under skilled immigration catagory. But[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > > the processing time involved in the process in India is qute large (arond[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > > 18-20 months). How can we reduce this processing time for ourself. is there[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > > any other way out. plz advise. any suggestion will be highly appreciated.[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > > Regards Nikhil[/usenetquote2]
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Old Nov 16th 2001, 9:31 pm
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hi: I'm a Canadian, and I've been asked to help an Indian physician to get a job in
Canada. I don't even know where to start. Does one get a visa first, or a job first?
How does one find jobs available in Canada. As a Canadian, I know there's a huge
shortage of Doctors and Canada has a great many Indian doctors, but I can't find
where the jobs are listed. Do the provinces list them, or do individual communities,
or hospitals? Any help at all from those of you who've already gone through the
process would be appreciated. Brenda

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[usenetquote2]> > > > > the processing time involved in the process in India is qute large (arond[/usenetquote2]
[usenetquote2]> > > > > 18-20 months). How can we reduce this processing time for ourself. is there[/usenetquote2]
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Old Nov 19th 2001, 3:21 am
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Check this NG's archive at www.deja.com (groups.google.com)for related posts.
Following is one thread (has to be typed in as one line):
http://groups.google.com/groups?q=mi...or+jobs&hl=en&
rnum=6&selm=9cfd23c9.0106182149.123f8cbb%40posting .google.com

From what I gather from various posts in the past, and some research, Unless the
doctor has U.S./Canadian qualifications & experience, it might be an uphill battle to
practice medicine in Canada. Might be "easier" if qualifications from certain
European countries... cannot say though.

Here are links to get you started:
- http://www.mcc.ca/en.html
- http://www.cpso.on.ca/
- http://www.lcme.org/faqlcme.htm
- http://www.cassa.on.ca/frames.htm

-Lute.
 
Old Oct 6th 2003, 6:51 pm
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check out saskatchewan and manitoba's foreign medical practitioner programs...
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Old Oct 8th 2003, 12:43 pm
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Originally posted by Nikhil
Hi I want to apply for PR to canada under skilled immigration catagory. But the
processing time involved in the process in India is qute large (arond 18-20 months).
How can we reduce this processing time for ourself. is there any other way out. plz
advise. any suggestion will be highly appreciated. Regards Nikhil

israel has relatively good relations with indian nationals...check out processing times there...regardless of the processing centre however, you will encounter delays esp. b/c of the reduced points required now...

only a pnp will allow faster times...
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Old Oct 9th 2003, 5:26 am
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On Thu, 09 Oct 2003 00:43:28 +0000, R. Sharma
<[email protected]> wrote:

    >Originally posted by Nikhil
    >> Hi I want to apply for PR to canada under skilled immigration
    >> catagory. But the
    >> processing time involved in the process in India is qute large (arond
    >> 18-20 months).
    >> How can we reduce this processing time for ourself. is there any other
    >> way out. plz
    >> advise. any suggestion will be highly appreciated. Regards Nikhil
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    >israel has relatively good relations with indian nationals...check out
    >processing times there...regardless of the processing centre however,
    >you will encounter delays esp. b/c of the reduced points required now...
    >only a pnp will allow faster times...
    >You can only apply in your country of citizenship or temporary residence if you have at least one year of visitor status.
You can no longer go visa shopping for the best processing times as
your application will be rejected and sent back. Number of ways to
reduce the proceessing time, you have of course the PNP programs,
however you can also look at HRDC certification and come forward under
a work permit while your application is subsequently being processed
or you can seek out an HRDC opinion of a job offer in Canada. The
backlog is certainly going to increase and not decrease given the
numbers of people who will be applying.
Ron Beirnes
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