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Mr. Miller: Work permit, PR, and HRDC

Old Oct 14th 2003, 6:07 pm
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Just Lee
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Default Mr. Miller: Work permit, PR, and HRDC

Mr. Miller:

There are 2 types of HRDC confirmation:
1) For arranged employment
2) For temporary employment

Question:
A) Is it true that if I get a valid job offer for arranged employment (#1),
I can still apply for Employment Authorization from outside of Canada while
waiting for my immigration
application process to be concluded?

B) I have a prospective employer, but does he have to send job offer letter
twice to HRDC for both #1 (arranged employment) and #2 (temporary
employment)?

C) I still have a valid work permit from my past employer (not the
prospective one), but it's only valid for another 2 weeks. Which one do you
think will be better: to ask my employer to apply after I am in my original
country of citizenship (I'm going back in about 2 weeks), or to apply right
now while I'm in Canada?

Thanks,
Lee
 
Old Oct 14th 2003, 6:17 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: Mr. Miller: Work permit, PR, and HRDC

A) Yes, you may, providing that you also have a job offer validated by HRDC
(your option #2)

B) There are two completely different applications and two completely
different processes. When applying for HRDC job offer validation (your
option #2) for work permit employer must prove that despite offer efficient
enough to attract and retain Canadians and extensive (well documented)
search no Canadian candidate was found. When applying for Arranged
Employment Opinion (option #1) employer doesn't need to prove that no
Canadian was found.

C) It is up to you.

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../..

Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
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"Just Lee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:Xu5jb.1054$S_.490@clgrps13...
    > Mr. Miller:
    > There are 2 types of HRDC confirmation:
    > 1) For arranged employment
    > 2) For temporary employment
    > Question:
    > A) Is it true that if I get a valid job offer for arranged employment
(#1),
    > I can still apply for Employment Authorization from outside of Canada
while
    > waiting for my immigration
    > application process to be concluded?
    > B) I have a prospective employer, but does he have to send job offer
letter
    > twice to HRDC for both #1 (arranged employment) and #2 (temporary
    > employment)?
    > C) I still have a valid work permit from my past employer (not the
    > prospective one), but it's only valid for another 2 weeks. Which one do
you
    > think will be better: to ask my employer to apply after I am in my
original
    > country of citizenship (I'm going back in about 2 weeks), or to apply
right
    > now while I'm in Canada?
    > Thanks,
    > Lee
 
Old Oct 14th 2003, 6:55 pm
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Just Lee
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Default Re: Mr. Miller: Work permit, PR, and HRDC

Thanks for the reply.

Lee

"Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:8E5jb.1092$S_.825@clgrps13...
    > A) Yes, you may, providing that you also have a job offer validated by
HRDC
    > (your option #2)
    > B) There are two completely different applications and two completely
    > different processes. When applying for HRDC job offer validation (your
    > option #2) for work permit employer must prove that despite offer
efficient
    > enough to attract and retain Canadians and extensive (well documented)
    > search no Canadian candidate was found. When applying for Arranged
    > Employment Opinion (option #1) employer doesn't need to prove that no
    > Canadian was found.
    > C) It is up to you.
    > --
    > ../..
    > Andrew Miller
    > Immigration Consultant
    > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > email: [email protected]
    > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > ________________________________
    > "Just Lee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:Xu5jb.1054$S_.490@clgrps13...
    > > Mr. Miller:
    > >
    > > There are 2 types of HRDC confirmation:
    > > 1) For arranged employment
    > > 2) For temporary employment
    > >
    > > Question:
    > > A) Is it true that if I get a valid job offer for arranged employment
    > (#1),
    > > I can still apply for Employment Authorization from outside of Canada
    > while
    > > waiting for my immigration
    > > application process to be concluded?
    > >
    > > B) I have a prospective employer, but does he have to send job offer
    > letter
    > > twice to HRDC for both #1 (arranged employment) and #2 (temporary
    > > employment)?
    > >
    > > C) I still have a valid work permit from my past employer (not the
    > > prospective one), but it's only valid for another 2 weeks. Which one do
    > you
    > > think will be better: to ask my employer to apply after I am in my
    > original
    > > country of citizenship (I'm going back in about 2 weeks), or to apply
    > right
    > > now while I'm in Canada?
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > > Lee
    > >
    > >
 

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