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CREDENTIAL ASSESSMENT required for immigration in july

Discussion in 'Skilled Worker / Professional Immigration' started by siddharth_pharma84, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. @ Toronto, I disagree with you. Credential assessment is recommneded by CIC itself and it has provided links to the various agencies depending on the profession. For instance for social work CIC listed Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) when it comes to cre assessment and regulation. Here is a link for the 29 occupations. I don't see how they change this just to suit their agenda. Knowing how incomprehensible Canadian immigration can be, one cannot put anything past JK! A link to occupational facts:
    http://www.credentials.gc.ca/immigrants/factsheets/index.asp
    *Mandie*
     
  2. Hi Mandie

    Do we need to assess our education and work experience before apply next July, 2012 as social worker.

    samirsa
     
  3. Can we do it while we are still in our homeland....i mean do they have any offices in India/Delhi?
     
  4. I cant find Insurance adjusters and claims examiners in this sheet.........can you help?
     
  5. No, only credential assessment is about to be made law come July. However, our experience must continue to meet the JD under the NOC applied.
    *Mandie*
     
  6. The process involves sending supporting documents to the relevant agency in Canada........the offices dont have to be located in India. I did mine via CASW, Ontario and I am in Accra.

    *Mandie*
     
  7. OK thanks :)
     
  8. hi Sidharth


    i have a small query that when we pay the fee online we have to fill a kind of form as well thats is not the proper application , after doing that we have to send our paper application through mail , is this the process is

    thanks
    waiting for ur reply
     
  9. Hi Mandie

    then what is the relation between immigration application and Credential assessments. I mean when we need it.

    samirsa
     
  10. According to CIC:

    Why credential recognition matters
    If your education, work experience or professional credentials were obtained outside Canada, they may not be equivalent to Canadian credentials. To work in Canada, you will need to have your credentials assessed to see whether they meet Canadian standards or whether you need more training, education or Canadian work experience.

    Foreign credential recognition is the process of verifying that the education, training and job experience you obtained in another country are equivalent to the standards established for Canadian workers.

    http://www.credentials.gc.ca/recognition/why-matters.asp
    *Mandie*
     
  11. what if we get our credentials assessed and add the assessment our files, will they be given priority over those who don't have assessments?
     
  12. Not really.

    It will help you to get a job or to be established in Canada.

    Read Mandie's earlier post under this thread.
     
  13. NOPE! If that was the case, I would have gotten visa by now.....I did the assessment more for job search than for immigration. It didn't make any difference (or so I think) as I am still stuck at RBVO :(
    *Mandie*
     
  14. Sara,
    Yes actually this is the process.even farhanpharmacist applied in similar way. Don't worry you would get a mail or after application completed a printed format.go ahead.all the best
     
  15. Sara,
    Yes actually this is the process.even farhanpharmacist applied in similar way. Don't worry you would get a mail or after application completed a printed format.go ahead.all the best
     

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