R J Hoffman

Old Nov 29th 2011, 1:40 am
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Originally Posted by Nikkinoo75
My husband seems to think that he could find work with another company if he wasn't happy (contrary to info I've given him). He says he knows someone who did this in Canada - I believe he said he had to go to the US for Visa reasons before he could apply elsewhere but it was no big deal (I should add, I am stating third hand info and don't really know the details myself).
If he is not happy and can get an offer of more long haul work, as long as that company can get him on an LMO he can go work for them, BUT it can take weeks and there is no welfare for temporary foreign workers (which is what he will be until (and IF) he gets PR).
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Old Nov 29th 2011, 3:59 am
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I presume (wrongly maybe) that you're intending to come over on the PNP scheme,check the other topics in the trucker forum and you'll see that Alberta is a shitfest when it comes to getting P.R.
Rules are constantly changing,but unless you intend returning home after 12 months I'd be very wary at this time.
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Old Nov 29th 2011, 8:16 am
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Thanks - I'll pass the info on.
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Old Mar 4th 2012, 6:59 pm
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Originally Posted by Nikkinoo75
Thanks Phil hubby will be pleased about a positive reply. I'm happy for him to go ahead to check it out but am worried that he'll not earn enough to pay bills back home. I'm restricted in what I can earn as I have two kids plus a five month old baby and we have no significant financial security. I'm also worried he's being too hasty and going for first job that comes along and it all going pear shaped from the outset - he thinks I'm being difficult and finding problems!!!
Hi There have you heard any thing back from hoffmans about going over in March/ April ? I have they are not going to employ any boby at the moment i think they have had some troubles

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Old Mar 21st 2012, 6:44 pm
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There is a lots of bad things about this company, anyone is working for them at the moment and can write something new from fact not from someone else stories ???
They are recruiting for Heavy Duty Mechanics now , anyone have experience with them in this job ???
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