Recent content by Islander216

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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    You have nothing to say because there is nothing to argue against. You have the right to have your application processed, that's about it. There is no mandatory time by which they have to process anything, so stop legislating things which are nonexistent. You wait until they're done, that's it...
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    lol, no. It's a government organisation funded by Canadian taxpayers, whatever prospective immigrants pay for their immigration application procedures are a drop in the bucket. They are free to make whatever decisions on where and when they accept immigrants, their mandate is set by the...
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    FSW WORLDWIDE

    The situation has improved precisely because of the measures which were implemented and with the vaccine rollout. That's precious for people here who have lived under lockdown for so much time. I know you're frustrated and i understand that completely, i would be in your situation as well. But...
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    lol, what does that have to do with anything? 3/4 of my posts are about helping people with their queries. :cool:
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    Just your story keeps shifting, the notion that because you showed posts where you're claiming one timeline for international restrictions to be lifted, doesn't exclude that you said something completely contradictory in other posts. A lot of your posts where you were claiming stupid stuff like...
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    Nothing i've said contradicts what i said at the time, Canada was very behind in its vaccine rollout. It still is actually despite the improvements. But we're finally turning the corner and more vaccine supplies are forthcoming, so yes I adjust my opinion when information is available which...
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    If we keep on track that is very realistic. The only problem is we're stretching the first dose's period to its very limit right now given most of us will get the second dose 4 months after. Ideally that can be shortened with greater supply. There are still people who are going to get their...
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    Vaccinations are getting into full swing, most people will have the first shot soon if they haven't gotten it already. Things are looking up, but the govt is still being cautious.
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    Can canada strict or stop the immigration after 2025-2035 Your Opinion About This

    Immigration will continue but i think intake will start reducing and competition will increase. I'm not so sure Canadians want this high level of immigration for the foreseeable future, it's going to start becoming a hot button issue here.
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    Ray of hope - FSW - 1

    He seems like a nice guy, it's hard to know what his priorities are other than getting more immigrants through the door because of covid's affects. It's unsure if he has a preference for inland applicants or whether it's just a matter of circumstances associated with the pandemic which are...
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    Declaring my permanent resident status

    Then just respond to the letter and provide documentation which clearly states the details of when you got married. It shouldn't be a problem.
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    Declaring my permanent resident status

    If you got married after you became PR then simply provide the relevant documents like your marriage certificate to prove you were married after you became a PR, in that case. But Edna you have to be honest about the situation, you'll only make it worse if you're not being forthright about it.
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    OINP student stream NOC has to be the same as FSW primary NOC?

    If you're already working in the job, then you just need to apply for the OINP nomination before your permit's expiry and you'll have implied status until you get a decision on your application. I think what you can do is apply for the nomination with the job offer on a visitor visa, but you...
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    Post ITA Work Experience Questions

    I don't think this should be an issue, if they are willing to give you a work reference to certify your work experience for the 1 month you worked as a contractor as well, then just include it with your work reference. If you qualify for the cut-off even with the this month being omitted from...
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    Sibling has PR in Canada,will it affect my study permit?

    You just have to apply and write a good SOP, and do your best to provide information which will show that you will return to your home country. A lot of people come to study for graduate school here. I would suggest not going to the same province if you can help it.