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  1. Ask_Arsh

    TR to PR Pathway; essential non health care. Counting of hours

    Yes you can count the hours you worked on study permit. I’d go for the TR to PR pathway. CRS score doesn’t seem very high
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    TR to PR Pathway; essential non health care. Counting of hours

    Yes you can use your study permit hours for the pathway. However you can only use 30 hrs max for a week which means that you have to work for a min of 1 year. If you work 40 hrs/week or 60 hrs per week - IRCC will consider only 30 hrs per week no additional hours
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    New TR TO PR pathway

    It is not possible to change now. You have to wait for AOR to send updated forms through Webform or a different way if IRCC announces another portal. But for now, there is no way this can be updated.
  4. Ask_Arsh

    New TR TO PR pathway

    Good Question.. I'd say go for it. That's the best you can do at this point. I don't know your whole situation but based on what you said, this seems like a good option.
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    New TR TO PR pathway

    That depends...Do you have a valid status in Canada? You need to be currently employed in Canada on a valid status to be eligible to apply. Reference from TR to PR pathway Guidelines: Current Employment: To be eligible, you must be employed in Canada when you submit your application be...
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    New TR TO PR pathway

    Yes you are definitely eligible to apply as long as you are currently employed. You still have 2 semesters. You might get your PR before you even have to apply for a week permit.
  7. Ask_Arsh

    TR to PR Pathway; essential non health care. Counting of hours

    1. It would be great if they can. You don’t have to write an explanation letter with the NOC Codes then. 2. Per my understanding, Yes 30 hrs max to complete the first full year and then if it is more spread out, then add all. 3. Right 4. Right 5. Right - No need to be licensed 6. I think you...
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    TR to PR Pathway; essential non health care. Counting of hours

    Or you can ask them to specify dates. For eg: Nov 2019- June 2020 20 hrs/week July 2020 - current 40hrs/week Make sure you add an explanation letter specifying the public policy under which allowed you to work more than 20 hrs
  9. Ask_Arsh

    TR to PR Pathway; essential non health care. Counting of hours

    You just have to have a valid status in Canada and currently employed to apply
  10. Ask_Arsh

    Temporary public policy to facilitate the granting of permanent residence to international student with a recent credential from a Canadian uni

    Doesn’t matter if you are on study permit. You are eligible as long as you are in Canada, currently employed and graduate from a DLI after 2017. Please read the link for full eligibility
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    Temporary public policy to facilitate the granting of permanent residence to international student with a recent credential from a Canadian uni

    Yes same policy..TR to PR pathway. For your case select French speaking International graduates. Here’s the link https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/tr-pr-pathway/who-can-apply.html
  12. Ask_Arsh

    New pathway to permanent residency

    Ahh...you just have to wait for the AOR now. Hopefully it works out well. Good Luck!!
  13. Ask_Arsh

    >>>>>> 2021 TR to PR Pathway AOR & Timelines <<<<<< Join here

    Can’t say because there are no official announcements regarding that as of now.
  14. Ask_Arsh

    I worked after graduation but before applying for PGWP, help!

    What date did you actually start working?
  15. Ask_Arsh

    PGWP applied on may 3rd didn't receive AOR yet

    Sorry..I meant ask what is the hold up
  16. Ask_Arsh

    PGWP applied on may 3rd didn't receive AOR yet

    Shouldn’t take that long. Usually you get an AOR within 1-2. Business days. Try calling IRCC and check what’s the whole up.
  17. Ask_Arsh

    PGWP APPLICATION

    You’ll need both combined in one document.
  18. Ask_Arsh

    Help regarding TR to PR program

    Yes. As long as you maintained a valid work authorization during the entire time you worked