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Old Dec 16th 2011, 8:49 am
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Hello,

For the past two weeks I've been home after living in Canada for a year. My goal is to eventually live there permanently, but for the moment, I'm waiting to apply for another years' visa through ECE:

http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca...px?view=d#Set2

My question right now is, if any one can answer, that when the applications start and I can apply, when would be the latest I could go? For instance, if I apply in January, is there any chance of going over during the summer?

Also, if there is an easier way for me to get a visa - or residency, if anyone could help me out, I'd be forever grateful.

Thank you.
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Nobody knows for sure when the applications will start, although last year the program opened on 18th Jan if that helps?

You can go anytime within a year I believe, so the summer would be fine.

As for any other options for you, it's impossible to say without knowing a lot more about you (i.e. your job, what you did in Canada, whether you have a Canadian partner or any other relative, what province you want to move to, your employment and education history, your net worth, whether you've ever been self employed or wish to start a business in Canada, etc, etc). There are over 50 different routes to PR, so you'll need to figure out which is your best route.

Would your employer in Canada not have applied for a LMO for you? That would have been the quickest way to stay, and of course would have meant you didn't need to return to the UK, but I guess that wasn't an option.

Best of luck.
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