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Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by Jay729, Jan 12, 2012.
sorry, my bad :-[
after CIIP whats the next step? since i already have our visa, which is better to attend first PDOS or what they call them as COA?
for PDOS, is already seen their website (thanks to ragluf, http://www.cfo.gov.ph/pdf/downloadable%20forms/registrationform.pdf )
for COA, can you send me the link for this seminar?
Will take note. Super dami ko natututunan dito. Salamat ulit.
hello po sa mga may Visa na from UAE or those already landed in Canada. Ask ko lang po sana kung may mga documents bang hahanapin or kakailanganin pa sa Canada na dapat kunin from UAE? May visa na po kasi ako at balak ko ng umuwi ng Pinas para dun and departure ko going to Canada. Para alam ko lang sana bago ako umuwi ng Pinas para makakuha na ako, just in case mayron ngang docs na kailangan pa..Thanks po ng marami
Kung may visa ka na....wala ka nang kailangan docs from UAE... Need mo na lang is to attend PDOS but I recommend attending CIIP as well dahil it will help you a lot on getting information what lies ahead...it's NOT sugar & honey lalong ng hindi OIL...mas mahirap sa Canada kaysa sa Middle East. Before you embark on the plane to ME...alam mo na na may trabaho ka! ;D ;D
There is no online registration. See in the instructions below:
- from: http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/philippines/visas/pre_departure-pre_depart.aspx
IOM Seminars – Canadian Orientation Abroad (COA)
Participants: voluntary for all Filipinos leaving the country as temporary workers under the Live-in Caregiver Program or in any permanent resident category
Length: one full day
Where: IOM office on the 24th Floor of the Citibank Tower Bldg. at 8741 Paseo de Roxas, Makati City
Program: In the seminars, participants learn about the nature of the Canadian society, common problems of adaptation faced by newcomers, the rights and obligations of temporary workers and immigrants, the Canadian health and educational systems, how to find a job, how to look for a place to live in, the cost of living, and facts about the city in which you will be living in.
While attendance in these seminars is not mandatory, there are a lot of benefits that can be obtained in attending it. It will give you a lot of information on skills necessary for a successful adaptation in Canada; reliable information on issues and concerns regarding Canadian labor laws, contract expiry/extension, permanent resident status, sponsorship; and practical tips about life in Canada.
For more information and registration:
To register, accepted applicants must call the IOM office upon receiving instructions included in their visa package.
The COA seminar is held at the IOM office. Their telephone number: 811-3445, SMS: 09175684868, Fax: 848-1272, E-mail: COAmanila@iom.int
Program sponsored by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
No worries. .
If you have time, would you mind to guide itguy29 on how to try to locate the file? I think he is right now in the same boat as you before when you were trying to get the whereabouts of your file post CIO submission. Having gone through that process, and seeing the similarities between your applications, you would be the best-placed resource person to provide assistance.
/...all the best...
today 7am, Canada time, my sponsor confirmed she received my LOA letter. wooot! woot! I asked her to scan and send to me via email first before she sends it through courier.
thank you tabs179 for suggesting I start collating my documents for CIO, now I already have half of my credentials intact.
thank God and a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for me indeed! ;D ;D ;D
God bless everyone, yours will be next. =)
Have you seen the scanned copy yet? My uncle did the same before sending it, and I could't stop staring at it for days. LoL
Santa ragluf you are sooo...nice! Hope someday we could all meet you and personally return all the goodness you've done for this forum God Bless you and your family! Have a Merry Christmas
I'll send him PM again... we have communicated before about the same subject.
../all the best on the preparations for Landing.....and advance Happy Holidays to you and your Family...
/..all the best and Happy Holidays to you and your Family...
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