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    >>>>>>>OCTOBER 2019 AOR<<<<<<< Join here

    Hi, kindly add me to the October AOR WhatsApp group. AOR: Oct 10 MEP: Oct 29 ADR: Oct 29 (RCMP Clearance) ADR Submitted: Nov 14
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    In that case, I don't think, it would be counted as eligible work experience as you started working when you were still a full-time student (in the eyes of CIC), so that isn't eligible W.E as per CIC CEC stream guidelines. According to CIC guidelines given here...
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    You should be okay either of the ways. I would recommend putting 1st August (if that's what your company is going to state on your ref. letter) itself because you weren't working illegally. I believe you're authorized to work full-time after you've applied for your PGWP, which is your case...
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    Hi, You’re eligible for CEC. Basically, you need to fulfill two requirements, that you must have 1 year of experience and must have worked at least 1560 in total, which you’ve already done as per my calculations given below: First job = 14 weeks * 26.25 hrs = 367.5 hrs Second job = 40 weeks *...
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    Perfect, that makes sense. Thank you!
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    Hi @jes_ON , does work experience gained by working through staffing companies and recruiting firms count as eligible work experience (assuming your job is in NOC 0,A,B). I mean if you for 2 or 3 temporary full-time assignments through the same staffing company at 3 different/same employers, can...
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    It’s definitely part-time. Although, CIC website doesn't dictates what's the minimum number of hours that you must work per week, I would recommend you call CIC and ask if 8 hours per week is okay for work experience purposes. This is because 8 hours per week is far way too less and it would...
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    Working less than 30 hrs /week

    Its counted as part-time work. However, it won't cause much troubles to you since you're very close to 30 hour mark. You'll have to work just 56 weeks (4 weeks extra) to earn the one-year Canadian work experience equivalent credit.
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    HELP - CEC Query - Working two jobs - Eligible?

    Thank you so much for your detailed explanation. Really appreciate it.
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    HELP - CEC Query - Working two jobs - Eligible?

    Hi, I'm working at two jobs at the moment. One of them is NOC C and I'm working around 35-38 hours per week and I am working as an assistant manager at my other job which is NOC 0 (averaging 35 hours per week). So I was just wondering: 1. Can I use the experience gained while working at my...
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    Confused please advise

    Yes, you can go for one year certificate program and when you have two years of cumulative Canadian education, you can apply for PGWP and I believe you should be eligible to get a minimum of 16 months to a max of 3 year PGWP. Hope that answers your query.