Provincial Programs

Old Jan 16th 2002, 3:05 am
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Dendan
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Could anyone clarify would it be better to apply under Manitoba Nominee Program or
Program of Quebec regarding new regulations of federal program?
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Old Jan 16th 2002, 6:31 am
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Hi:

You can not apply for the Quebec program unless you intend on residing in Quebec.
Similarly, you can not apply for the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program unless you
intend on residing in Manitoba.

In general, both programs are much easier for an individual to qualify under than the
federal program. This is because the bar for the selection grid is less onerous. But,
each province targets different types of Skilled Workers.

Yours truly, Ingrid Y. Chen, B.A., LL.B.
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Old Jan 16th 2002, 11:59 am
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Berto Volpentesta
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It may very well be that the whole intent of the new federal rules is to = shift the
selection of specific skilled workers to the provinces and = interest groups.

The provincial programs are geared to specific needs and if you meet = them, they may
be for you.

--=20 Good luck,

All opinions expressed are IMHO, not anyone else's

Berto Volpentesta, B.A. (Spec. Hons.), B.Ed. Member, OPIC Director, OPIC and
Education Committee Chairman

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Old Jan 17th 2002, 1:38 am
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Dendan
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Hi,

but after arriving in country, how could they forbid me to go somewhere else? as
far as i understand an immigrant receives the same identity card of PR as others.
Am I wrong?

I am just interested in this matter, although I am going to settle in Montreal or
Winnipeg, but who knows how things may turn out.

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Old Jan 17th 2002, 2:24 pm
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Berto Volpentesta
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Mobility rights are for everyone in Canada. So yes you could decide to = move
elsewhere. However, in the case of some PNPs they are selecting = based on a real
need. So it may be to your advantage to stay there.

--=20 Good luck,

All opinions expressed are IMHO, not anyone else's

Berto Volpentesta, B.A. (Spec. Hons.), B.Ed. Member, OPIC Director, OPIC and
Education Committee Chairman

Sidhu & Volpentesta Inc. Serving people around the world since 1991

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