References???

Old Jan 29th 2001, 3:40 am
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Torrance
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Those of you who have applied for permanent residency and/or received it I have a question
for you. As part of the application you must give references. How many references are
sufficient and what kind of references is the canadian government looking for? Personal
references, Job references? Can anyone enlighten me on the subject. Your input and insight
would greatly be appreciated.

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Old Jan 29th 2001, 6:08 pm
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Those of you who have applied for permanent residency and/or received it I
> have a question for you. As part of the application you must give references. How many
> references are sufficient and what kind of references is the canadian government looking
> for? Personal references, Job references? Can anyone enlighten me on the subject. Your
> input and insight would greatly be appreciated.

One reference per employer is typically sufficient. Details of the position you held are
most important, as personal references do not aid in the evaluation of your intended
occupation.
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Old Feb 2nd 2001, 5:15 am
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Torrance
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> In article <[email protected] net>,

> > Those of you who have applied for permanent residency and/or received it
I
> > have a question for you. As part of the application you must give references. How many
> > references are sufficient and what kind of
references
> > is the canadian government looking for? Personal references, Job references? Can
> > anyone enlighten me on the subject. Your input and
insight
> > would greatly be appreciated.
>
> One reference per employer is typically sufficient. Details of the position you held are
> most important, as personal references do not aid in the evaluation of your intended
> occupation.
> ________
> CAMPBELL, COHEN - attorneys at law [email protected] http://canadavisa.com
>
> Online Community: http://canadavisa.com/community
 
Old Feb 2nd 2001, 5:21 am
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It is not about the number of references - it is about what those references can verify in
respect to your work experience, particularly in the occupation you declared on your
application as your intended one in Canada. You need as much as possible to support your
claim of experience.

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> One reference per employer? Can you elaborate a little more on what you mean by one
> reference per employer? I've been in my current position going on three years and have
> asked my present employer for a reference as well as my two previous employers. It
> appears that I will only be able to get two references and not the third. I haven't
> received a yes or no answer to my third request thus I am not counting on it. Are two
> references sufficient?
>
> Torrance
>
>

> > In article <[email protected] net>,

> > > Those of you who have applied for permanent residency and/or received it
> I
> > > have a question for you. As part of the application you must give references. How
> > > many references are sufficient and what kind of
> references
> > > is the canadian government looking for? Personal references, Job references? Can
> > > anyone enlighten me on the subject. Your input and
> insight
> > > would greatly be appreciated.
> >
> > One reference per employer is typically sufficient. Details of the position you held
> > are most important, as personal references do not aid in the evaluation of your
> > intended occupation.
> > ________
> > CAMPBELL, COHEN - attorneys at law [email protected] http://canadavisa.com
> >
> > Online Community: http://canadavisa.com/community
> >
 

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