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robbyn
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« Reply #3540 on: April 17, 2013, 02:26:33 am »

Hmm...
If the FSW is finally gets delayed I still don't see the relation with the RBC issue. Anyone with a arranged employment offer can apply to the CURRENT open FSW program.
In my view, CIC is still not ready and it's delaying things once again....  Sad

Good article to read!!!


Furor Over Use of Temporary Foreign Workers at Canadian Bank

Posted on April 16, 2013   
 
   
 


The Royal Bank of Canada promised to find new positions for all of the Canadian workers who lost their jobs as a result of being replaced by temporary foreign workers
 
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) got in trouble with the public last week when several ex-workers came forward alleging they had been replaced by temporary foreign workers.

This week, RBC apologized for the decisions that led to the use of foreign workers in place of Canadians and vowed to rectify the situation.

The incident has sparked an outpouring of long-harboured criticism for the Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) program, which has grown by about 300% since a decade ago, to over 300,000 temporary foreign workers currently residing in Canada.

The federal government took measures to reduce the reliance of Canadian businesses on temporary foreign workers in 2011, by creating a four year limit on the number of years that a foreign national can live in Canada cumulatively as a temporary foreign worker.

That rule change will see its first major repercussion on April 1st, 2015, as hundreds of thousands of long-time temporary foreign workers will for the first time reach their life-time limit on time they can spend in Canada, and be unable to renew their work permits.

It's expected that Canada will see a major problem with illegal immigration, as those foreign workers over-stay their work permits and continue living and working in Canada illegally.

The objective behind the rule change was to prevent a situation where Canadian businesses use the TFW program to meet their long-term labour needs, and limit its use to what it was designed for: allowing employers to fill pressing labour shortages temporarily until a permanent Canadian solution could be found.
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speedoflight
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« Reply #3541 on: April 17, 2013, 03:05:25 am »

Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours
Speedoflight

p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview
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robbyn
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« Reply #3542 on: April 17, 2013, 03:26:58 am »

Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours




p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview



Congratulations on  breaking into Wall of Canada. It is a huge success and a motivational/inspirational news for the forum members. Good luck!
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siddharth_pharma84
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« Reply #3543 on: April 17, 2013, 04:27:13 am »

Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours
Speedoflight

p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview


Congrats Speedo better you get selected for interview.yea atleast say some positive words to interviewers about Canada.wish you success ahead.
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toufiqp
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« Reply #3544 on: April 17, 2013, 04:45:13 am »

Hello everyone...

Que 1: For ECA, i am planning to verify my documents from university i.e i will get verification certificate from university. Is is really necessary? or only mark sheets of all semesters and final degree certificate will be enough at time of ECA?

Que 2: For adaptability, my real sister is in Canada with PR. But spelling of my father and mother name are different on my passport from my sister's passport. Will there be any issue in claiming adaptability points?

any help will be appreciated..
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ishpiringkiting
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« Reply #3545 on: April 17, 2013, 04:50:25 am »

way to go speed!!! Wink cheers! best of luck!
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catalyst
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IELTS Request: 10-05-13
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« Reply #3546 on: April 17, 2013, 04:51:25 am »

Hi Seniors,

 I have been reading this forum now for a long time. Its been very useful. Thanks all for sharing the information and views. I would be glad if someone reply to my query.

My details:

- I have done M.com in 2005 and MBA from distance learning in 2008
- I was Business analyst and promoted to Assistant Manager in 2011 in ANALYTICS.
- Working in MNC and for the same company from last 7+ years (Same Profile)
- Age 31
- IELTS  S - 6, R - 7.5, W - 6, L - 7
- Spouse IELTS, S - 6.5, R - 5.5, W - 6, L - 5.5
- Real Sister-in-law have canada PR

Earlier applied for 1122 noc but was late. Please assessed the profile and let me know if I qualify for FSW?
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FSWP2010 INT: https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0AiJy8Qu8lcQbdGxiSnNhME5sVi1uRlZtUWNhOEFwemc&hl=ar&authkey=CLDXsFAgid=0
speedoflight
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« Reply #3547 on: April 17, 2013, 06:02:23 am »

Thanks to all


thanks pharma,
I will  Grin

I will do my best, I have to prepare a lot, focusing and pass the interview.
I have to catch the opportunity

thanks again


Congrats Speedo better you get selected for interview.yea atleast say some positive words to interviewers about Canada.wish you success ahead.
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namaste
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« Reply #3548 on: April 17, 2013, 08:00:01 am »

If applying before the start of new FSW. If applying when the new one starts, you would still need to have your occupation listed in the occupation list.

I appreciate your help. However,
at the moment, according to the new FSW points criteria (available on CIC site and here), I am a 68 (excluding a job offer point).
So, do you mean even by being a 68, I should have a valid job offer to be able to apply?

Thank you



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namaste
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« Reply #3549 on: April 17, 2013, 08:02:04 am »

Congrats, and good luck!


Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours
Speedoflight

p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview

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islandbabe
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« Reply #3550 on: April 17, 2013, 10:05:22 am »

CONGRATS Speedoflight,

Very happy for you. Study and prepare prepare prepare, start job hunting/contacting employers, deciding where you will settling, contacting certain ethnic group organizations that can help you settle, showing your interest as well as your intention to remain in Manitoba.

regards,

Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours
Speedoflight

p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview

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danijel
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« Reply #3551 on: April 17, 2013, 10:12:44 am »

Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours


Speedoflight

p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview


CONGRATS,Speedoflight!....good luck!!!
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Raskin
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« Reply #3552 on: April 17, 2013, 10:35:29 am »



Can`t believe just two weeks to go for 4th May and CIC have not announced the NOC list yet.
I hope they stick with May 4 and not post-pone again  Embarrassed, as they did in Jan . People can atleast
take other avenues.
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Nomen007
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« Reply #3553 on: April 17, 2013, 01:01:49 pm »

Dear Forum friends,

I have been in this forum for years and years and searching for the opportunity to immigrate there

I have some huge news to share for me:

I have been selected from Manitoba PNP and I have been invited in Winnipeg for the interview


Thank You God,
Yours
Speedoflight

p.s.I will share my experience when I go there for interview


Congratulations and all the very best, give a good shot.
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speedoflight
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« Reply #3554 on: April 17, 2013, 01:57:31 pm »

Thanks to all

Proud of being with all of You
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