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What if I am jobless after my Successful interview

Old Dec 10th 2004, 2:38 am
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Please help me, i don't know what to do. My spouse is getting a job oppurtunity in different state in usa with better incentives. We really want that job but in that case I will loose my recent job and will have to job hunt again and I have alread done my medicals and submitted documents in October and waiting for pp request. Will their be any problem if I don't get job and I know that this is the time when they perform background check. So confused
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Originally Posted by going2canada
Please help me, i don't know what to do. My spouse is getting a job oppurtunity in different state in usa with better incentives. We really want that job but in that case I will loose my recent job and will have to job hunt again and I have alread done my medicals and submitted documents in October and waiting for pp request. Will their be any problem if I don't get job and I know that this is the time when they perform background check. So confused
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I do not think losing your job at this stage will do any damage, as long as you inform CIC right away, but get that confirmed by an expert.

On the othe hand why is your spouse moving to a new job now, when the two of you are (I suppose) planning to immigrate to Canada in the next couple months?
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Default Re: What if I am jobless after my Successful interview

Originally Posted by going2canada
Please help me, i don't know what to do. My spouse is getting a job oppurtunity in different state in usa with better incentives. We really want that job but in that case I will loose my recent job and will have to job hunt again and I have alread done my medicals and submitted documents in October and waiting for pp request. Will their be any problem if I don't get job and I know that this is the time when they perform background check. So confused
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The situation you mention does not have to be reported to the visa office at this stage. Just be sure to keep you address updated with them.
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Old Dec 10th 2004, 3:05 am
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Default Re: What if I am jobless after my Successful interview

Originally Posted by mhhp
I do not think losing your job at this stage will do any damage, as long as you inform CIC right away, but get that confirmed by an expert.

On the othe hand why is your spouse moving to a new job now, when the two of you are (I suppose) planning to immigrate to Canada in the next couple months?
Thanks mhhp,
I figured out that after medicals it take 4-8 months for pp request. We are planning to move after May as our kids go to school . So we still have time and we want to make more bucks for the rainy days and for fresh startup-housing, job hunt... And the exchange rate for uk currency is higher than Usa currency with can $, we are not that lucky .

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Default Re: What if I am jobless after my Successful interview

Originally Posted by Jim Humphries
The situation you mention does not have to be reported to the visa office at this stage. Just be sure to keep you address updated with them.
Thanks Mr. Jim.
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