Route to take and cost involved?

Old Nov 27th 2011, 6:02 pm
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Hello,
I'm currently working in Alberta and I have a WP as a skilled worker NOC B Community and Social Service Workers (NOC 4212).

My employer is hopefully applying for AINP and then if that is a sucsess I'll apply for my PR. or would I be better off going for experience class application? I believe if i get the AINP accepted then I would not have to apply for the LMO again when my current WP expires? I have a wife & 3 kids who will also be on the application. How streight forward will this application process be? And what kind of costs am I looking at? With us already being here will I need to have proof of funds etc? i don't have a whole lot of money, but I'm sure I can make this work!
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Old Nov 27th 2011, 7:01 pm
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I went through the Sask pnp then PR process in the last year or so (I'm just waiting for the PR card to arrive now). I did all the paperwork myself. you just need to be careful and go with the checklists provided and you should be OK.

The costs involved for me (principal/only applicant) were:

PNP - Just postage on this one, SINP has no fees attached.
CIC fees: $1040 (You'll have to add on the additional fees for the wife and kids)
Medical (1 person) $275 (had to have an extra test @ $75 as I am diabetic).Once again You'll have the additional fees for the wife and kids

Postage charges $ 100 - 150 ( I sent most stuff especially the passports by express post rather than snail-mail).
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Old Nov 27th 2011, 7:11 pm
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