Proof of funds - exceptions ?

Old Sep 28th 2003, 4:23 am
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Wojciech Skrzypinski
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Hello,

According to the CIC website, "skilled worker" class immigrants do not have
to prove they have the specified amount of money req'd to settle in Canada
if their employment has been arranged.

Very reasonable ...but are there any other exceptions ? For example
- someone who will live with his Canadian relatives for a while to make his
startup easier. It would obviously reduce the initial financial
requirements... So -> is there any possibility of getting some kind of
short-term family sponsorship in the "skilled worker" class to minimize the
amount of money needed ?

(Linking these two immigration categories does not sound real, but maybe
there's something that I don't know ?)

Best regards,
Wojtek

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Old Sep 28th 2003, 5:11 am
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Nope. No exemptions. Only those who receive points in Arranged Employment
factor don't need to show funds.

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"Wojciech Skrzypinski" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hello,
    > According to the CIC website, "skilled worker" class immigrants do not
have
    > to prove they have the specified amount of money req'd to settle in Canada
    > if their employment has been arranged.
    > Very reasonable ...but are there any other exceptions ? For example
    > - someone who will live with his Canadian relatives for a while to make
his
    > startup easier. It would obviously reduce the initial financial
    > requirements... So -> is there any possibility of getting some kind of
    > short-term family sponsorship in the "skilled worker" class to minimize
the
    > amount of money needed ?
    > (Linking these two immigration categories does not sound real, but maybe
    > there's something that I don't know ?)
    > Best regards,
    > Wojtek
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Old Sep 28th 2003, 5:16 am
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Wojciech Skrzypinski
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Thanks !

Well... it doesn't sound optimistic :-)

BR,
Wojtek


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    > Nope. No exemptions. Only those who receive points in Arranged Employment
    > factor don't need to show funds.

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Old Sep 28th 2003, 5:38 am
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Default Re: Proof of funds - exceptions ?

Hello Andrew,
I'm gathering my paperwork at present with hope of moving summer 2005. As we stand i have very little savings, however once we emmigrate i will be in receipt of my Military pension and quite a considerable lump sum. I believe i will be able to declare this as my funds. Even though i dont have these funds i have am in posession a statement. so long as i dont die or get sentenced to prison i will receive this money.

Am i right in thinking this will do as "funds"

Thanks for your help
Dave







Originally posted by Andrew Miller
Nope. No exemptions. Only those who receive points in Arranged Employment
factor don't need to show funds.

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Andrew Miller
Immigration Consultant
Vancouver, British Columbia
email: [email protected]
(delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
________________________________


"Wojciech Skrzypinski" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hello,
    > According to the CIC website, "skilled worker" class immigrants do not
have
    > to prove they have the specified amount of money req'd to settle in Canada
    > if their employment has been arranged.
    > Very reasonable ...but are there any other exceptions ? For example
    > - someone who will live with his Canadian relatives for a while to make
his
    > startup easier. It would obviously reduce the initial financial
    > requirements... So -> is there any possibility of getting some kind of
    > short-term family sponsorship in the "skilled worker" class to minimize
the
    > amount of money needed ?
    > (Linking these two immigration categories does not sound real, but maybe
    > there's something that I don't know ?)
    > Best regards,
    > Wojtek
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Old Sep 28th 2003, 6:19 am
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I'm not sure if it will work, but you won't know until you try.

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"karen&Ted" <member@british_expats.com> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Hello Andrew,
    > I'm gathering my paperwork at present with hope of moving summer 2005.
    > As we stand i have very little savings, however once we emmigrate i will
    > be in receipt of my Military pension and quite a considerable lump sum.
    > I believe i will be able to declare this as my funds. Even though i dont
    > have these funds i have am in posession a statement. so long as i dont
    > die or get sentenced to prison i will receive this money.
    > Am i right in thinking this will do as "funds"
    > Thanks for your help
    > Dave
    > Originally posted by Andrew Miller
    > > Nope. No exemptions. Only those who receive points in Arranged
    > > Employment
    > > factor don't need to show funds.
    > >
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    > >
    > > ../..
    > >
    > > Andrew Miller
    > > Immigration Consultant
    > > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > > email: [email protected]
    > > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > > ________________________________
    > >
    > >
    > > "Wojciech Skrzypinski" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]"]news:Xns94-
    > > [email protected][/url]...
    > > > Hello,
    > > > According to the CIC website, "skilled worker" class immigrants
    > > do not
    > > have
    > > > to prove they have the specified amount of money req'd to settle
    > > in Canada
    > > > if their employment has been arranged.
    > > > Very reasonable ...but are there any other exceptions ? For
    > > example
    > > > - someone who will live with his Canadian relatives for a while
    > > to make
    > > his
    > > > startup easier. It would obviously reduce the initial
    > > financial
    > > > requirements... So -> is there any possibility of getting some
    > > kind of
    > > > short-term family sponsorship in the "skilled worker" class to
    > > minimize
    > > the
    > > > amount of money needed ?
    > > > (Linking these two immigration categories does not sound real,
    > > but maybe
    > > > there's something that I don't know ?)
    > > > Best regards,
    > > > Wojtek
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