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Old May 1st 2012, 6:00 pm
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Default Re: If go on working holiday

Do you know which proveiences are you able to get twp in
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Old May 1st 2012, 6:03 pm
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Can you please read the Wiki or else go to CIC website... honestly, please. I am trying to help but you also need to help yourself!

ALL the Provinces offer TWP's. ALL the Provinces have PNP programs.. whether you or your partner would qualify is another matter.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigra...cial/index.asp
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Hi vicky1001,

If you want and have to refer to a consultant, then in my opinion, dont go for any non-Canadian consultant. I am in process of PNP. Prior to that I wasted 4 months in communicating with dozens of consultants.. each non-Canadian consultant making high claims. Eventually I ended up filling my papers myself sans any consultant.

If you want to try, then go for Canada Visa (Campbell Cohen). Very genuine company. Their followup, knowledge & information flow is faster than any I have come across. But still, I dont have any work related experience with them as well. So at your own risk...
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If your partner wants to go fishing he’ll need a license. As a non-resident of Canada an annual will cost $101, 5 days $31, 3 days $19 and 1 day $7. Added to note, that if he wants to fish for salmon he’ll need an extra salmon conservation sticker, which will cost him $6. This is of course for a sport license on tidal waters.
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Thanks I'm sorry I'm new to this and it's all confusing and so much to taken and understand
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Thanks I'm sorry I'm new to this and it's all confusing and so much to taken and understand
I know this all sounds confusing, but siouxie is right - if you take the time to read all the relevant wikis in the firs instance, you will be a lot less confused than if you post questions as and when they come through your mind.
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what exactly is a 'breast of knowledge'??
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what exactly is a 'breast of knowledge'??
Perhaps a guarantee that they won't make any boobs when completing your forms?



I think what they meant to say was that they keep abreast of what the current regulations are etc., lol. I certainly wouldn't entrust them to complete an application for a dog licence let alone immigration documentation based on their website errors.

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Perhaps a guarantee that they won't make any boobs when completing your forms?


Sure won't be using their services "breast of knowledge"
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With those kind of inaccuracies on their website I hope they don't go tits up!!

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We have finally settled on a working holiday visa

I hope we have made the right choice and I would love to hear from anyone who has or had is visa
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Nice to see some laughter on here - been pretty depressing lately!
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Hi has anyone gone with sta travel for the Canadian working program and how does it differ from song it directly
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<deleted for incorrect information given by me, with apologies>

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