Please forgive my ignorance but right now I am a little confused. I am thinking of applying for Canada immigration as a skilled worker from Bangladesh. I have been studying all forms on the Canada immigration website but have couple confusions which I hope you can resolve with your expertise.
When I downloaded all forms, it asking me to send the completed forms to CIO Nova Scotia, Canada. My understanding was I send all my forms to Singapore. Am I looking at the wrong documents or CIO Canada will send my documents to Singapore?
Where I am able to find information about how much solvency I need to show in my bank account for the immigration? Does this solvency papers are required at the time of application or later on? Is there any guide or suggestion which can help to gather the papers needed?
I can see from Canada immigration website that my job must have to be listed within the eligible occupation list (NOC 2006 or NOC 2011). If I understand correctly this NOC cap resets every year July is that correct? What I meant is I want to apply through NOC 1122 which cap already reached to max but I can apply after July 2012 till the cap reached for that specific NOC am I right?
Once again I thank you all for your time and expert opinion to help me understand the process.
as Mr. Jnathan said earlier, 1st you have to wait for the next NOC list. as you say your NOC is 1122, this NOC reaches its capacity so fast that you might get only a month to send all your documents. Before next NOC comes out, you can do some important things, these are:
1. prepare all your educational certificates & papers like certificates of SSC & HSC, undergrade/grade school, sealed transcript from your university.
2. sit for IELTS & score atleast 5.5.
3. Get police verification certificate
4. Update your passport
5. update your bank account
6. Get professional certificates from the office you work.
7. Prepare your work experience papers.
8. If you are married, get all documents of your marriage in English
9. Get all previous educational & professional [ if she is also in a profession] documents of your spouse.
10. get birth certificates.
11. prepare all documents for your child.
12. if you have any blood related relatives in Canada, get photocopies of their Canadian passport, driving license, social security card & other documents they have & also their birth certificates from Bangladesh.
so get prepared with all these documents. Please mention if I'm missing something.