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stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

Old Oct 3rd 2003, 4:30 pm
  #1  
Ez
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Default stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
occupation is not in demand and was refused.

Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
degree.
NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
Is it correct.
EZ
 
Old Oct 3rd 2003, 4:47 pm
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

Current selection criteria are not occupation based and there is no list of
"occupations in demand" under federal immigration program. The only relevant
to occupation factor is that only experience in one or more skilled
occupations (listed in top 3 bands of NOC) can count as work experience.

--

../..

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


"ez" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
    > Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
    > residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
    > India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
    > occupation is not in demand and was refused.
    > Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
    > stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
    > are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
    > whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
    > parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
    > experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
    > degree.
    > NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
    > 'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
    > which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
    > Is it correct.
    > EZ
 
Old Oct 3rd 2003, 7:44 pm
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Kurakot
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Default Re: stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

The poster is asking if his/her client can make it under a particular
occupation.







"Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:Yhsfb.6973$da3.2491@edtnps84...
    > Current selection criteria are not occupation based and there is no list
of
    > "occupations in demand" under federal immigration program. The only
relevant
    > to occupation factor is that only experience in one or more skilled
    > occupations (listed in top 3 bands of NOC) can count as work experience.
    > --
    > ../..
    > Andrew Miller
    > Immigration Consultant
    > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > email: [email protected]
    > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > ________________________________
    > "ez" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]...
    > > Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
    > > residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
    > > India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
    > > occupation is not in demand and was refused.
    > >
    > > Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
    > > stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
    > > are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
    > > whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
    > > parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
    > > experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
    > > degree.
    > > NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
    > > 'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
    > > which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
    > > Is it correct.
    > > EZ
 
Old Oct 4th 2003, 2:57 am
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Andrew Miller
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Default Re: stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

How would I or anyone know without seeing details of duties performed?
Occupation title or position held is irrelevant - it is duties performed
that must match substantial number of main duties and all essential duties
from NOC description to claim particular occupation and it's NOC code.
Poster didn't describe duties.

But poster asked if occupation is in demand and this was answered.

--

../..

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


"kurakot" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:STufb.13149$pl3.10844@pd7tw3no...
    > The poster is asking if his/her client can make it under a particular
    > occupation.
    > "Andrew Miller" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:Yhsfb.6973$da3.2491@edtnps84...
    > > Current selection criteria are not occupation based and there is no list
    > of
    > > "occupations in demand" under federal immigration program. The only
    > relevant
    > > to occupation factor is that only experience in one or more skilled
    > > occupations (listed in top 3 bands of NOC) can count as work experience.
    > >
    > > --
    > >
    > > ../..
    > >
    > > Andrew Miller
    > > Immigration Consultant
    > > Vancouver, British Columbia
    > > email: [email protected]
    > > (delete REMOVE from the above address before sending email)
    > > ________________________________
    > >
    > >
    > > "ez" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]...
    > > > Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
    > > > residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
    > > > India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
    > > > occupation is not in demand and was refused.
    > > >
    > > > Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
    > > > stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
    > > > are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
    > > > whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
    > > > parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
    > > > experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
    > > > degree.
    > > > NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
    > > > 'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
    > > > which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
    > > > Is it correct.
    > > > EZ
    > >
    > >
 
Old Oct 6th 2003, 5:40 am
  #5  
Ron Beirnes
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Default Re: stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

On 3 Oct 2003 21:30:26 -0700, [email protected] (ez) wrote:

    >Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
    >residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
    >India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
    >occupation is not in demand and was refused.
    >Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
    >stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
    >are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
    >whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
    >parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
    >experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
    >degree.
    >NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
    >'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
    >which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
    >Is it correct.
    >EZ
You might want to look at the duties performed by a court
recorder/medical transcriptionist to determine if they are consistent
with what she has been doing in India. NOC 1244.
Ron Beirnes
R.B. Global Immigration Consultants Ltd.
825-409 Granville Street.
Vancouver, BC V6C 1T2
Phone (604) 688-3081 fax 688-3015
email [email protected]
Webb page http://www3.telus.net/rbglobal
 
Old Oct 6th 2003, 4:06 pm
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Ez
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Default Re: stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

[email protected] (ron beirnes) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > On 3 Oct 2003 21:30:26 -0700, [email protected] (ez) wrote:
    >
    > >Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
    > >residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
    > >India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
    > >occupation is not in demand and was refused.
    > >
    > >Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
    > >stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
    > >are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
    > >whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
    > >parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
    > >experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
    > >degree.
    > >NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
    > >'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
    > >which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
    > >Is it correct.
    > >EZ
    > You might want to look at the duties performed by a court
    > recorder/medical transcriptionist to determine if they are consistent
    > with what she has been doing in India. NOC 1244.
    > Ron Beirnes
    > R.B. Global Immigration Consultants Ltd.
    > 825-409 Granville Street.
    > Vancouver, BC V6C 1T2
    > Phone (604) 688-3081 fax 688-3015
    > email [email protected]
    > Webb page http://www3.telus.net/rbglobal

Dear mr ron,
this is what I got when going through all the steno/secretary list.But
finally the result is 1241 leads to duties of secretary.Now my point
is whether the bank stenographer will qualify under new rules or will
it lead to same old story ie refusal.The appointment letter says very
clearly that her designation is stenographer.The one closest to her
occupation seems to be that of stenotypist-secretary.1242 as suggested
by you is not her job.
Your reply in this regard will be highly appreciated.
Thanks to other contributors.
ez
1241 typist-secretary
1241 church secretary
1241 secretary, school
1241 school secretary
1241 secretary, church
1241 stenotypist-secretary
1241 membership secretary
1241 secretary-stenographer
1241 private secretary
1241 social secretary
1241 personal secretary
1241 technical secretary
1241 executive secretary (except Legal and Medical)
1241 secretary
1241 recording secretary
1241 secretary, membership
1241 investors relations secretary
1241 finance secretary
1241 secretary-clerk
1241 secretary-telephone operator
1241 taxation service secretary
1241 human resources secretary
1241 investors relations secretary
1241 finance secretary
1241 secretary-clerk
1241 secretary-telephone operator
1241 taxation service secretary
1241 human resources secretary
1241 administrative secretary
1242 commercial law secretary
1242 secretary, litigation
1242 litigation secretary
1242 corporate law secretary
1242 real estate secretary
1242 estate secretary
1242 secretary, trademarks
1242 legal secretary
1242 trademark secretary
1242 secretary, real estate
1243 ward secretary - hospital
1243 secretary, ward - hospital
1243 medical secretary
 
Old Oct 7th 2003, 11:35 pm
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Cdn
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Default Re: stenographer/seretary.Mr JIM/JAMES.

[email protected] (ez) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > [email protected] (ron beirnes) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > > On 3 Oct 2003 21:30:26 -0700, [email protected] (ez) wrote:
    > >
    > > >Under the old rules my sister filed her application for permanent
    > > >residence in Canada through so called renowned immigration company in
    > > >India.She is a steographer.Visa officer told that this particular
    > > >occupation is not in demand and was refused.
    > > >
    > > >Now I have been told that this particular occupation is in demand ie
    > > >stenographer and her old consultant is chasing to file now but now we
    > > >are very skeptical about this.Can any one guide whether this thing
    > > >whether it is in demand or not.Most of the other immigration
    > > >parametres have been met like I have a masters degree, 9 years of work
    > > >experience, brother in Canadian citizen,spouse holding a masters
    > > >degree.
    > > >NOC which I have checked is 1241.WHen we go to NOC website and click
    > > >'search2001' then we get 33 ( with same noc code1241) occupations in
    > > >which one is stenographer giving NOC code same as 1241.
    > > >Is it correct.
    > > >EZ
    > > You might want to look at the duties performed by a court
    > > recorder/medical transcriptionist to determine if they are consistent
    > > with what she has been doing in India. NOC 1244.
    > > Ron Beirnes
    > > R.B. Global Immigration Consultants Ltd.
    > > 825-409 Granville Street.
    > > Vancouver, BC V6C 1T2
    > > Phone (604) 688-3081 fax 688-3015
    > > email [email protected]
    > > Webb page http://www3.telus.net/rbglobal
    >
    > Dear mr ron,
    > this is what I got when going through all the steno/secretary list.But
    > finally the result is 1241 leads to duties of secretary.Now my point
    > is whether the bank stenographer will qualify under new rules or will
    > it lead to same old story ie refusal.The appointment letter says very
    > clearly that her designation is stenographer.The one closest to her
    > occupation seems to be that of stenotypist-secretary.1242 as suggested
    > by you is not her job.
    > Your reply in this regard will be highly appreciated.
    > Thanks to other contributors.
    > ez
    > 1241 typist-secretary
    > 1241 church secretary
    > 1241 secretary, school
    > 1241 school secretary
    > 1241 secretary, church
    > 1241 stenotypist-secretary
    > 1241 membership secretary
    > 1241 secretary-stenographer
    > 1241 private secretary
    > 1241 social secretary
    > 1241 personal secretary
    > 1241 technical secretary
    > 1241 executive secretary (except Legal and Medical)
    > 1241 secretary
    > 1241 recording secretary
    > 1241 secretary, membership
    > 1241 investors relations secretary
    > 1241 finance secretary
    > 1241 secretary-clerk
    > 1241 secretary-telephone operator
    > 1241 taxation service secretary
    > 1241 human resources secretary
    > 1241 investors relations secretary
    > 1241 finance secretary
    > 1241 secretary-clerk
    > 1241 secretary-telephone operator
    > 1241 taxation service secretary
    > 1241 human resources secretary
    > 1241 administrative secretary
    > 1242 commercial law secretary
    > 1242 secretary, litigation
    > 1242 litigation secretary
    > 1242 corporate law secretary
    > 1242 real estate secretary
    > 1242 estate secretary
    > 1242 secretary, trademarks
    > 1242 legal secretary
    > 1242 trademark secretary
    > 1242 secretary, real estate
    > 1243 ward secretary - hospital
    > 1243 secretary, ward - hospital
    > 1243 medical secretary


You are simply getting confused.This particular occupation with noc
CODE 1242 will sail you through provided you fulfil other
parametres.You can simply proceed further no problem.You need not
approach any consultant now.Just do little bit home work on essential
an main duties and move ahead.
cdn
 

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