can u plz suggest me about doctors?wat r doctors suppose to do for credential assessment?as its suppose that it'll b a must for the mext yr applicant. wat i understand is, that just for immigration we r suppose to go 4 general assessment from the province v wanna land ,as for doctors regularization and licensing is very long even many many yrs,am i right?if i'm thinking to land in albert so i should get my credentials assessed from there but it will a "general assessment"? plz guide me.
Regarding visa office ,the link u proposed couldn't lead me to a proper direction,plz suggest the exact link?i also want to know,after sending application form to cic will i again be required to send documents to visa office?wats this will u plz explain me this process?
regarding point,how can i b dame sure about my points of mbbs though its a 17yrs studies,and it states it as bachelor of medicine and bachelor of surgery,how many points does it score?
if u can plz suggest me,how can i show the proof of not borrowing money from anyone for proof of fund?actually,my hubby is doing small business and our money was held by some agents,and even i gave some money as loan,now i want to gather all that amount n i hope it'll take around 3 months in all,actually i 've just planned to apply.will it b a problem ?
Here you go Dochttp://www.cicic.ca/en/professions.aspx?sortcode=2.19.21&prof=3112Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination
To become licensed on the Provisional Register – Conditional Practice with the CPSA,
candidates need to take the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE).
This is a four (4) hour, one hundred and eighty (180) multiple-choice examination offered in
English and French in over 70 countries around the world. This examination is offered
throughout the year and is an assessment of your basic medical knowledge in the main
disciplines of medicine. This is a computer-based examination covering different medical
areas including Child Health, Maternal Health, Adult Health, Mental Health, and Population
Health and Ethics.
To be eligible to take this examination you must meet the following requirements:
Be a graduate or a student from a medical school listed by one or more of the
directories of medical schools approved by the MCC:
The Foundation for the Advancement of International Medical Education
and Research (FAIMER) International Medical Education Directory
The World Health Organization (WHO) World Directory of Medical
Have your credentials verified through the Physician Credential Registry of
Canada (PCRC) and Medical Council of Canada (MCC).
The results of the examination will be sent by mail. http://www.albertacanada.com/immigration/media/General_Physician_FQR_June_2011.pdf