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NOC Code......: 2132
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VISA ISSUED...: 21-10-2014

« Reply #37995 on: October 18, 2013, 05:59:20 am »

friends is it necessary to apply with Arranged Employment Offer in these 24 Occupations or we can apply in any occupation under Federal Skilled Worker if we have CLB 7 IELTS?

can we apply in Boilermaker (Noc 7234) with arranged Employment Offer under Federal Skilled Worker but it is not under 24 occupations.

How Arranged Employment Can Work for You

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canada's largest immigration program, reopened its doors to applications on May 4th 2013. In an effort to manage application intake and prevent backlogs, the government has instituted a cap of 5,000 applications for this year, extending to April 30th 2014. In addition, the government has limited intake only to those with experience in one of 24 eligible occupations.

Skilled workers who wish to bypass the application cap, occupation list, or both have another option for immigration through the FSWP. This option is known as Arranged Employment. Applications submitted with Arranged Employment are not subject to caps, and may have experience in any skilled occupation.Arranged Employment is one of the six selection factors in the FSWP. When an applicant has Arranged Employment, he or she is awarded 10 points for this Selection Factor, and up to an additional 5 points in the Adaptability selection factor.

When does an applicant have Arranged Employment?
In general, Arranged Employment means that the applicant has a genuine offer of employment from a Canadian employer for a full-time, paid job in a skilled occupation. The job offer must have an indeterminate length of employment and be conditional upon the applicant becoming a permanent resident.Prior to May 4, 2013, most applicants were required to have the Canadian employer validate the job offer with Service Canada through an “Arranged Employment Opinion”. However, the new regulations for the FSWP now require the Canadian employers to validate the job offer by obtaining a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) from Service Canada. However, an LMO is not required in certain circumstances.

Who does not require an LMO?
The following two categories of applicants do not require an LMO to benefit from Arranged Employment:
Applicants who are currently working in Canada on a temporary work permit in a skilled occupation, where the work permit was originally issued based on a positive LMO.
Applicants who are currently working in Canada on a temporary work permit in a skilled occupation, where the work permit was originally issued without an LMO under the provisions of an international agreement (e.g. the North America Free Trade Agreement ) or under the provisions of one of the Canada-Provincial/Territorial Immigration agreements (e.g. the Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement).
In both these circumstance, the following conditions must be met for the applicant to benefit from Arranged Employment:The Canadian employer specified on the applicant's work permit must extend a non-seasonal full-time job offer to the applicant for the same position specified on the work permit, and the job offer must be for an indeterminate length of employment conditional upon the applicant becoming a permanent resident;The applicant's work permit must be valid at the time the Federal Skilled Worker application is submitted; andThe applicant must have the valid work permit for the same employer in the same position until the Permanent Resident Visa is issued.

Who does require an LMO?
As a general rule, any applicant who has a suitable job offer from a Canadian employer, but who does not have a valid temporary work permit and is not authorized to work in Canada must have the Canadian employer obtain an LMO prior to submitting their FSWP application in order to benefit from Arranged Employment.In some cases, foreign workers who are currently working in Canada are still required to have their employers obtain an LMO to benefit from Arranged Employment. This includes the following types of applicants:
Foreign workers who have a job offer from a Canadian employer that is different from the employer indicated on their work permits;
Foreign workers who have work permits that were issued without an LMO due to exemptions other than those noted above, e.g. the Intra-Company Transfer category;
Foreign workers who have open work permits (not linked to any specific employer); andIndividuals who are authorized to work in Canada without a work permit, such as business visitors.

One interesting aspect of the new Arranged Employment regulations is that an LMO obtained from Service Canada entitles the applicant to a temporary work permit immediately. Thus, the applicant may be able to come to Canada as a tempoary foreign worker immediately, while their permanent residence FSWP application is still being processed.
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« Reply #37996 on: October 18, 2013, 06:00:55 am »

i have sent mail to the same id to cic on 30th september 2013. but dint get any revert yar. i have applied under code 2131 plz help wht to do now and wht would be the alternative to know the status of my application. my application recieved on 26th june and no revert till date not even dd encashed. wht to do now 
Try calling Call Center...I tried couple of times without success however other forum members were able to get their UCI numbers from them....give it a try I wud say
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NOC Code......: 2131
App. Sent........:30-05-2013
App. Filed.......: 04-06-2013
Fee charged....:16-08-2013
PER Received..:26-08-2013
Process Started.:26-06-2014

Med's Request: 26-06-2014
Med's Done....:  28-06-2014
Interview........:  Waived ISA
Passport Req..: 22-10-2014

« Reply #37997 on: October 18, 2013, 06:01:40 am »

Good calculation Lamia... +1 for your efforts... Smiley
Any updates from LVO...??  Lips sealed Lips sealed
 
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Seems that LVO & NDVO are busy with the old ones.
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« Reply #37998 on: October 18, 2013, 06:04:59 am »

How Arranged Employment Can Work for You

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canada's largest immigration program, reopened its doors to applications on May 4th 2013. In an effort to manage application intake and prevent backlogs, the government has instituted a cap of 5,000 applications for this year, extending to April 30th 2014. In addition, the government has limited intake only to those with experience in one of 24 eligible occupations.

Skilled workers who wish to bypass the application cap, occupation list, or both have another option for immigration through the FSWP. This option is known as Arranged Employment. Applications submitted with Arranged Employment are not subject to caps, and may have experience in any skilled occupation.Arranged Employment is one of the six selection factors in the FSWP. When an applicant has Arranged Employment, he or she is awarded 10 points for this Selection Factor, and up to an additional 5 points in the Adaptability selection factor.

When does an applicant have Arranged Employment?
In general, Arranged Employment means that the applicant has a genuine offer of employment from a Canadian employer for a full-time, paid job in a skilled occupation. The job offer must have an indeterminate length of employment and be conditional upon the applicant becoming a permanent resident.Prior to May 4, 2013, most applicants were required to have the Canadian employer validate the job offer with Service Canada through an “Arranged Employment Opinion”. However, the new regulations for the FSWP now require the Canadian employers to validate the job offer by obtaining a Labour Market Opinion (LMO) from Service Canada. However, an LMO is not required in certain circumstances.

Who does not require an LMO?
The following two categories of applicants do not require an LMO to benefit from Arranged Employment:
Applicants who are currently working in Canada on a temporary work permit in a skilled occupation, where the work permit was originally issued based on a positive LMO.
Applicants who are currently working in Canada on a temporary work permit in a skilled occupation, where the work permit was originally issued without an LMO under the provisions of an international agreement (e.g. the North America Free Trade Agreement ) or under the provisions of one of the Canada-Provincial/Territorial Immigration agreements (e.g. the Canada-Ontario Immigration Agreement).
In both these circumstance, the following conditions must be met for the applicant to benefit from Arranged Employment:The Canadian employer specified on the applicant's work permit must extend a non-seasonal full-time job offer to the applicant for the same position specified on the work permit, and the job offer must be for an indeterminate length of employment conditional upon the applicant becoming a permanent resident;The applicant's work permit must be valid at the time the Federal Skilled Worker application is submitted; andThe applicant must have the valid work permit for the same employer in the same position until the Permanent Resident Visa is issued.

Who does require an LMO?
As a general rule, any applicant who has a suitable job offer from a Canadian employer, but who does not have a valid temporary work permit and is not authorized to work in Canada must have the Canadian employer obtain an LMO prior to submitting their FSWP application in order to benefit from Arranged Employment.In some cases, foreign workers who are currently working in Canada are still required to have their employers obtain an LMO to benefit from Arranged Employment. This includes the following types of applicants:
Foreign workers who have a job offer from a Canadian employer that is different from the employer indicated on their work permits;
Foreign workers who have work permits that were issued without an LMO due to exemptions other than those noted above, e.g. the Intra-Company Transfer category;
Foreign workers who have open work permits (not linked to any specific employer); andIndividuals who are authorized to work in Canada without a work permit, such as business visitors.

One interesting aspect of the new Arranged Employment regulations is that an LMO obtained from Service Canada entitles the applicant to a temporary work permit immediately. Thus, the applicant may be able to come to Canada as a tempoary foreign worker immediately, while their permanent residence FSWP application is still being processed.



I have not got satisfactory reply from you. Do u mean i am able to apply under NOC 7234 under FSWP with arranged employment offer as this occupation is not on list?
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« Reply #37999 on: October 18, 2013, 06:08:53 am »

No You cannot apply under any NOC which is not listed in this years list.


I have not got satisfactory reply from you. Do u mean i am able to apply under NOC 7234 under FSWP with arranged employment offer as this occupation is not on list?
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
NOC Code......: 2174
ECA Org.........: WES
ECA Doc Sent..: 22-04-2013
ECA Reached..: 25-04-2013
ECA Started....: 29-04-2013
ECA finished...: 29-04-2013
ECA Receivd...: 04-05-2013


App. sent.......: 06-05-2013
Rcvd @ CIO....: 10-05-2013


DD Payment...: 02-07-2013
PER...............: 09-07-2013
File Transfer...: 22-07-2013


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Interview Req.: 21-01-2014
Interview Date: 26-02-2014
Held At..........: Abu Dhabi
Visa Officer....: CG
Eligibility........: Positive
2nd Line........: 12-03-2014


Req. Sent By..: SXB
Med request...: 02-04-2014
RPRF.............: 02-04-2014
RPRF sent......: 12-04-2014
RPRF Rcv'd.....: 14-04-2014
RPRF Method..: Demand Draft
Meds Done.....: 15-04-2014
Medical Sent...: 23-04-2014
RPRF Cashed..: 29-04-2014
3rd Line.........: 24-06-2014


Req. Sent By..: RJT
PPR1.............: 01-07-2014
PPR2.............: 14-07-2014
Visa Issued....: 14-07-2014
PP sent..........: 15-07-2014
PPR Reached..: 16-07-2014
Decision Made: 17-07-2014
PP Returned...: 19-07-2014


Landed..........: 00-00-2014

« Reply #38000 on: October 18, 2013, 06:11:59 am »


I have not got satisfactory reply from you. Do u mean i am able to apply under NOC 7234 under FSWP with arranged employment offer as this occupation is not on list?

I guess FSWP is not for you, try looking at under Federal Trade Program. Here is the link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/trades/apply-who.asp
and here are the eligible NOC's http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/trades/applications.asp

I am afraid 7234 is not under it, however, 7235 & 7233 are available. You may have to look thoroughly.

The other path is, if you have job offer & LMO, try applying for temporary work visa, & then once you are eligible for applying from within Canada, then proceed with it.
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rawdah
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Posts: 2611
Ratings: +163
Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: LONDON
NOC Code......: 2132
App. Filed.......: 23-05-2013 PER Rec'd...: 07-08-2013
Doc's Request.: 04-03-2014
Med's Request: 23-09-2014
Med's Done....: 24-09-2014
Passport Req..: PPR1:23-09-2014, PPR2: 20-10-2014
VISA ISSUED...: 21-10-2014

« Reply #38001 on: October 18, 2013, 06:15:52 am »


I have not got satisfactory reply from you. Do u mean i am able to apply under NOC 7234 under FSWP with arranged employment offer as this occupation is not on list?

A qualifying job offer must:

be permanent, non-seasonal and full time;
be Skill Type 0 (managerial occupations) or Skill Level A (professional occupations) or B (technical occupations and skilled trades) on the Canadian National Occupational Classification (NOC) list;  and
have wages and working conditions comparable to those offered to Canadians working in the occupation.

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/hire/offers.asp

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/apply-who-instructions.asp
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« Reply #38002 on: October 18, 2013, 06:34:48 am »

Brother this is just my suggestion that if you are planning to have a second baby you should plan it after landing in Canada only. Because at this time any change in the family structure will change your application status that will lead to further delay in your immigration process. It was Just my suggestion though only God knows what is best for us. Please take the final decision after considering all the pros and cons. Also this is something very personal to you and your family. I am no one to give you any suggestion on this very personal matter. This was just my point of view. God Bless us all.



Thank you so much IndMan for answering my vague question! I had no idea what to do while the process shows no progress in Manila. Your suggestion makes a lot sense to me. Thank you!
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Posts: 265
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: NDVO
NOC Code......: 1112
App. Filed.......: 15-05-2013 , CC Charged 13-07-2013
AOR Received.: PER 23-07-2013
File Transfer...: 10-09-2013
Med's Request: 05-12-2013
Med's Done....: 07-12-2013, ECAS updated [with 3rd line] : 24-12-2013
Passport Req..: 05-12-2013 , (Received by NDVO 10-12-2013), RPRF DD en-cashed : 27-12-2013
VISA ISSUED...: 07-02-2014
LANDED..........: 30-04-2014 (Vancouver)

« Reply #38003 on: October 18, 2013, 06:43:33 am »

Canadian diplomatic posts are expected to resume full operations now that the Canadian government and the Professional Association of Foreign Service Officers have reached a tentative deal to end their long-running labor dispute.

Though staffing will return to normal at Canadian visa application centers abroad once the union ratifies the deal, processing delays will continue in the near term due to backlogs that developed during the strike. It has announced that overseas visa staff will now work to clear a backlog of visa applications as quickly as possible.  Huh Huh Huh

Yes lamia......I think above is the reason  ...   Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided
Not yet  Sad Sad Sad
Eagerly waiting.
Seems that LVO & NDVO are busy with the old ones.
God bless us all.
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« Reply #38004 on: October 18, 2013, 06:57:33 am »

I guess FSWP is not for you, try looking at under Federal Trade Program. Here is the link: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/trades/apply-who.asp
and here are the eligible NOC's http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/trades/applications.asp

I am afraid 7234 is not under it, however, 7235 & 7233 are available. You may have to look thoroughly.

The other path is, if you have job offer & LMO, try applying for temporary work visa, & then once you are eligible for applying from within Canada, then proceed with it.


Go to this link read it carefully and let me know

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/apply-who.asp

 A) Basic eligibility

We will only process your FSW application if you have:

    ---at least one year of continuous and paid (full-time or an equal amount in part-time) work experience
        in a single occupation,
       
        within the last 10 years,
       
        at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2011 edition of the Canadian National Occupational       Classification (NOC), and you:

            have this work experience in one of the eligible occupations, OR

            have a valid offer of arranged employment, OR

            are an international student who is enrolled in a PhD program in Canada (or who graduated from a Canadian PhD program within the past 12 months) and meet these criteria.
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Category........: FSW1
Visa Office......: London
NOC Code......: 2174
ECA Org.........: WES
ECA Doc Sent..: 22-04-2013
ECA Reached..: 25-04-2013
ECA Started....: 29-04-2013
ECA finished...: 29-04-2013
ECA Receivd...: 04-05-2013


App. sent.......: 06-05-2013
Rcvd @ CIO....: 10-05-2013


DD Payment...: 02-07-2013
PER...............: 09-07-2013
File Transfer...: 22-07-2013


Req. Sent By..: TAB
Interview Req.: 21-01-2014
Interview Date: 26-02-2014
Held At..........: Abu Dhabi
Visa Officer....: CG
Eligibility........: Positive
2nd Line........: 12-03-2014


Req. Sent By..: SXB
Med request...: 02-04-2014
RPRF.............: 02-04-2014
RPRF sent......: 12-04-2014
RPRF Rcv'd.....: 14-04-2014
RPRF Method..: Demand Draft
Meds Done.....: 15-04-2014
Medical Sent...: 23-04-2014
RPRF Cashed..: 29-04-2014
3rd Line.........: 24-06-2014


Req. Sent By..: RJT
PPR1.............: 01-07-2014
PPR2.............: 14-07-2014
Visa Issued....: 14-07-2014
PP sent..........: 15-07-2014
PPR Reached..: 16-07-2014
Decision Made: 17-07-2014
PP Returned...: 19-07-2014


Landed..........: 00-00-2014

« Reply #38005 on: October 18, 2013, 07:01:04 am »

 @  canadafswp
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Go to this link read it carefully and let me know

http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/apply-who.asp

 A) Basic eligibility

We will only process your FSW application if you have:

    ---at least one year of continuous and paid (full-time or an equal amount in part-time) work experience
        in a single occupation,
        
        within the last 10 years,
        
        at skill type 0, or skill levels A or B of the 2011 edition of the Canadian National Occupational       Classification (NOC), and you:

            have this work experience in one of the eligible occupations, OR

            have a valid offer of arranged employment, OR

            are an international student who is enrolled in a PhD program in Canada (or who graduated from a Canadian PhD program within the past 12 months) and meet these criteria.


Please read red highlighted line carefully.. Skilled level 0, A or B.
In NOC terms.. Skilled Level 0 are usually managers having NOC 0xxx.
Skill Level A has NOC's that starts with 1, i.e. 1xxx
Skill Level B has NOC's that starts with 2, i.e. 2xxx

Neither is true for you, as your NOC starts with 7. You'll have to look something else & not FSWP.
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« Reply #38006 on: October 18, 2013, 07:11:34 am »

Praise God!

I just received PER.   Smiley Smiley Smiley

Card charged - 17/10/2013, 5.01pm
PER Received - 18/10/2013, 12.26pm
NOC - 2134   
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Med's Request: 23-09-2014
Med's Done....: 24-09-2014
Passport Req..: PPR1:23-09-2014, PPR2: 20-10-2014
VISA ISSUED...: 21-10-2014

« Reply #38007 on: October 18, 2013, 07:19:23 am »

    @     canadafswp

Please read red highlighted line carefully.. Skilled level 0, A or B.
In NOC terms.. Skilled Level 0 are usually managers having NOC 0xxx.
Skill Level A has NOC's that starts with 1, i.e. 1xxx
Skill Level B has NOC's that starts with 2, i.e. 2xxx

Neither is true for you, as your NOC starts with 7. You'll have to look something else & not FSWP.

NOC 7234 comes under Skill level B, http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/noc/english/noc/2011/html/matrix.html

I think he can apply in NOC 7234 under FSWP if he has a permanent job offer and a positive LMO.
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« Reply #38008 on: October 18, 2013, 07:23:01 am »

Praise God!

I just received PER.   Smiley Smiley Smiley

Card charged - 17/10/2013, 5.01pm
PER Received - 18/10/2013, 12.26pm
NOC - 2134   
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Med's Request: 23-09-2014
Med's Done....: 24-09-2014
Passport Req..: PPR1:23-09-2014, PPR2: 20-10-2014
VISA ISSUED...: 21-10-2014

« Reply #38009 on: October 18, 2013, 07:28:11 am »

Praise God!

I just received PER.   Smiley Smiley Smiley

Card charged - 17/10/2013, 5.01pm
PER Received - 18/10/2013, 12.26pm
NOC - 2134   

CONGRATS AND UPDATED Smiley
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