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christianto
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« on: October 17, 2007, 09:20:03 pm »

Hello friends ,

I want to migrate to canada, looking for a new hope and new life, I graduate from Univ, majoring in Management, I had worked with multinational company for more than 8 years in jakarta. other skill is in teaching self defense - aikido for children and adult 3 times a week.
advice please,

Thanks
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DancingFeather
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« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2007, 02:28:34 am »

Fill out a permanent residency application..make sure you fill it out perfectly with no mistakes.
Have all copies notarized. Do give a original birth certificate. Pay all the immigration fees up front..that will save time and if you are not accepted then they will send it all back except 75$ I believe for the application fee.

You must show that you have at least 10,000 equivalent canadian dollars in the bank and must produce a bank letter to this effect but...if you get a job letter promising a job upon arrival then you don't have to produce this.

I would send your resume to self defense schools as they are always looking for teachers.

I would also send your resumé everywhere a demand for Management is asked for.

Where in Canada do you want to live? If you specify that you are willing to work anywhere Canada would need your skills the most, you would have a great chance than wanting to go to a place where everyone is going. If you don't speak french don't apply to come to Quebec because you will have to learn the language to work and that takes time..get in where your skills would be needed that is most important and where french is not required.
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I'm First Nation North American Indian & immigration has always been an interest to me. I believe we do need immigrants to keep Canada strong.
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« Reply #2 on: October 25, 2007, 01:07:06 pm »

Hi

Fill out a permanent residency application..make sure you fill it out perfectly with no mistakes.
Have all copies notarized. Do give a original birth certificate. Pay all the immigration fees up front..that will save time and if you are not accepted then they will send it all back except 75$ I believe for the application fee.

You must show that you have at least 10,000 equivalent canadian dollars in the bank and must produce a bank letter to this effect but...if you get a job letter promising a job upon arrival then you don't have to produce this.

I would send your resume to self defense schools as they are always looking for teachers.

I would also send your resumé everywhere a demand for Management is asked for.

Where in Canada do you want to live? If you specify that you are willing to work anywhere Canada would need your skills the most, you would have a great chance than wanting to go to a place where everyone is going. If you don't speak french don't apply to come to Quebec because you will have to learn the language to work and that takes time..get in where your skills would be needed that is most important and where french is not required.

1.  The application fee is $550.00 and it is not refundable.
2.  The OP is probably applying under SAP no documents are submitted.

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