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    Can People Be Rejected After PPR

    It takes some time guys- hang on. Nothing to worry ! Enjoy the moments :)
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    Can People Be Rejected After PPR

    Guys, it gets approved only after sending through the passport(s)- might take a week or longer depending on which consulate you plan to send it.
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    Ray of hope 122th draw

    I got the PCC for spouse and mine in barely 2 hours at Trivandrum ! :)
  4. J

    Can a Manitoba PNP PR move and settle in another province?

    Agree- it'd also mean a million immigrants like this before them should also be punished. I personally know many unfortunately- anything to secure a future in Canada.
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    Can a Manitoba PNP PR move and settle in another province?

    How about if their friends were hand in glove with this plan?
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    Can a Manitoba PNP PR move and settle in another province?

    Concur from a moral/ethical standpoint. However, from a legal perspective this person can reside/move anywhere he wish according to the law of the land. It’s so true that his/her friend will not be able to sponsor, and I don’t think that will deter this person from relocating.
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    Can a Manitoba PNP PR move and settle in another province?

    Answer is Zero- you can relocate anytime !
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    Ray of Hope - 121st Draw

    I got my PPR in 2 weeks from India(Nov 2017 AOR)- seems like they’ve increased the timelines significantly in recent times. Keep the faith guys !
  9. J

    Ray of Hope - 121st Draw

    Keep on dreamin' mate- He is guaranteed to win this October.
  10. J

    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    As a Smith alumnus, I'd state Rotman reigns supreme amongst Canadian B-schools :)
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    IELTS is the shortest yet safest and surest route. I maximized my scores at the age of 35, thus helping me in receiving an ITA in 2017. Suggest you to also focus on Canadian experience, should you have as this will boost your points. Furthermore, prod your spouse to appear for the IELTS test-...
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    As long as you're experienced in your skill, and can ace your interview you will land a plush job with no MBA- I had many offers (with over 100k CAD based on my Indian experience) within a year of landing. Jobs are not scant in Toronto, and it's just on how you market yourselves.
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    Well, Rotman is the best in Canada and there are no two ways about it. Not Schulich or Ivey or Smith. Agree with you that a full-time MBA is favoured to an Exec MBA. Getting over 100k salaries is not that tough in Toronto as long as you can prove management experience.
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    People getting 150k CAD is a no-brainer as most of the guys that sign-up for it are already Senior Managers or VPs/Directors, and a lion's share of them would be sponsored by the employer. If it's not something you can afford, why even bother to look up this? I'd never go for this course...
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    Should be considering the exorbitant fees they charge- what does WES say?
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    Did I say that? Please read my comments above my post.
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    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    July 1 is, and most people embark on their holidays this and the following week.
  18. J

    Ray of Hope - 120th Draw

    Well, Canada Day is on 1 July and the employees may go on their much-deserved vacation this week. Alternatively, they could just conduct the draw and return to working their assigned files upon return from vacation.
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    3 bedroom house available for rent in Scarborough.

    Yep, I do have a laundry in the unit- it's only apartments that have common laundry facilities. My condo unit is around 1000 sqft. No, there are no options where you can avoid pool or other amenities. Most condos are in the region for 1900 for 1 bedroom, and 2300 for 2 bedrooms with 1 washroom...
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    3 bedroom house available for rent in Scarborough.

    This is expensive mate- I was under the impression that it's a whole house ! I live in a condo (2 bedroom) with all utilities paid, with covered parking, locker room, swimming pool, gym, party room, theatre room, billiards room with 24*7 concierge for 2000 bucks. This is by the McCowan subway...