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scarlettN

Star Member
Sep 18, 2019
126
32
Category........
PNP
Visa Office......
Sydney
NOC Code......
1122
App. Filed.......
23/01/2020
Doc's Request.
06-02-2020
Nomination.....
OINP Jan 10 2019
AOR Received.
23/01/2020
Med's Done....
10/01/2020
Hi,

Why it is taking so long time?

I submitted my application on Feb 16th. Medical passed on Feb 26th and biomatric completed on March 1st. How long it might take from here to get PPR?
It has not even been a month. The progress bar on your application will show the duration. 4-6 months needed.
 

Pretom Ghosh

Member
Feb 3, 2020
12
1
I have a query on behalf of my wife. My wife had completed Bachelor of Science in CSE and MBA in Finance and Banking. She got CLB 9 and Master's equivalency as well. She is working as a teacher in a school for 4+ years. She has enough score to apply directly for express entry. My question is that to get a PR from express entry (not PNP), does she require Bachelor in Education degree? Thanks in advance
 

waitneverends

Newbie
Jul 4, 2020
7
1
Hi Guys,

I have applied SINP on October 2017 and rejected on March 2018 due to NOC mismatch. Now, I want to apply again but I cannot edit my existing OASIS account neither I cannot open a new one with existing passport number. So, in this case what should I do? Please advise. Thanks
Why don't you write to them and ask for what to do.
 

tuton.hr

Full Member
Nov 23, 2019
35
0
I have a query on behalf of my wife. My wife had completed Bachelor of Science in CSE and MBA in Finance and Banking. She got CLB 9 and Master's equivalency as well. She is working as a teacher in a school for 4+ years. She has enough score to apply directly for express entry. My question is that to get a PR from express entry (not PNP), does she require Bachelor in Education degree? Thanks in advance
Masters is not mandatory and increase few points. CLB 9 should be enough but I suggest you to calculate the score beforehand on IRCC platform.
 

waitneverends

Newbie
Jul 4, 2020
7
1
I have a query on behalf of my wife. My wife had completed Bachelor of Science in CSE and MBA in Finance and Banking. She got CLB 9 and Master's equivalency as well. She is working as a teacher in a school for 4+ years. She has enough score to apply directly for express entry. My question is that to get a PR from express entry (not PNP), does she require Bachelor in Education degree? Thanks in advance
Please check the NOC requirement. If it says the NOC needs a Bachelor of Education, then it's a problem for you.
 

aasraful

Star Member
Apr 20, 2018
52
12
News release
September 24, 2020—Ottawa—Today, the Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, is announcing action to speed up spousal application processing and help families build their lives together in Canada.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has increased the number of decision makers on spousal applications in Canada by 66%, to process spousal applications more quickly and reduce couples’ wait times.
IRCC is leveraging new technology in a pilot to digitize paper applications so they can be processed more efficiently by IRCC employees working remotely and at various worksites. In addition to implementing facilitative biometrics measures, IRCC will be piloting, in the upcoming weeks, technology to conduct interviews with applicants remotely, in adherence with public health protocols.
With these initiatives, IRCC aims to accelerate, prioritize and finalize approximately 6,000 spousal applications each month from October until December 2020. Combined with processing to date, this rate will lead to about 49,000 decisions by the end of this year.
COVID-19 has created uncertainty for Canadians who are sponsoring spouses for permanent residence. We will continue to search for innovative and compassionate ways to reunite families, while following the advice of our public health experts to protect the health and safety of Canadians.
Quotes
“We understand that the last few months have not been easy for those who are far from their loved ones in these difficult times. This is why we are accelerating the approval of spousal applications as much as possible. Our government will continue to find new ways to keep families together.”
– The Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, P.C., M.P., Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/2020/09/ircc-speeding-up-processing-for-spousal-applications.html?fbclid=IwAR1bNNemPdAFa9iOHpSh0ZJJBGSsLa4ECK334nCQUK8stq5vkQsWfTsx0_Y
 

aasraful

Star Member
Apr 20, 2018
52
12
Hello,

Has anyone had to go to an interview at the Singapore VO for FSW application?
As i know no body need to go Singapore VO for interview. If you're required for interview, your interview location will be High Commission of Canada in Bangladesh, in Dhaka.
thanks
 

zadid

Newbie
Oct 6, 2020
1
0
Hello All,

Since many of us are in the final phase of departure for Canada and exploring different options for study/career, etc. this discussion might be helpful for them. This is focused but NOT limited to the Accounting/Finance Professionals only.

Many of you are aware that currently there are three major accounting qualification offered in Canada – CA, CMA and CGA.

With a view to securing the strongest possible future for the Canadian accounting profession, the leaders of the Accounting Professional Bodies in Canada decided to the creation of a new professional designation and finally they came up with a new designation Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).


The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA), Certified Management Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada) and the Certified General Accountants of Canada (CGA-Canada) have presented to their members a proposed framework for uniting Canada's accounting profession.

The three national bodies believe uniting the profession would allow them to better meet the evolving needs of Canadian accountants, national and international business communities as well as continuing to protect the public interest.

The framework calls for the creation of a new designation – Chartered Professional Accountant or CPA – and a new common certification program. The Canadian CPA would draw upon the strengths of the existing three organizations and will become an internationally recognized and respected business credential. Some of the related points are extracted from relevant sources as below:


VISION FOR THE PROFESSION
To be the pre-eminent, internationally recognized Canadian accounting designation and business credential that best protects and serves the public interest.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR UNIFICATION
The guiding principles provide the framework to unify the profession and achieve the vision.

1. Evolution to a single designation
• The new profession would adopt the Canadian designation Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).
• All current members in good standing would be granted this designation from their new CPA provincial body as CPA legislation is approved.
• For a period of 10 years, all members using the new CPA designation would be required to use it in conjunction with their existing designations. No current member could
use the CPA without identifying his or her legacy designation as follows:

o First and Last Name, CPA, CA
o First and Last Name, CPA, CMA
o First and Last Name, CPA, CGA


• After 10 years, a member could choose to use the CPA designation on its own.

2. Continued use of existing designations
• Existing members would retain their current professional designations.
• No member would be automatically granted an existing professional designation of another body.
• The national and provincial CPA bodies would be promoting the new CPA designation. Use of legacy designations on their own post-unification would be subject to
provincial merger agreements and legislation.

3. Certification
The new CPA organization would establish a certification program that draws on the strengths of the existing programs and would be recognized by members, regulators,
global accounting organizations and the business community as being at least as rigorous as all existing programs.

The following links will provide a more detail discussion on the certification.

http://cpacanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/CPA_Certification_Program.pdf

http://cpacanada.ca/certification-program

I will be more than happy to discuss on this!!!

All the best!!!

smiling_face
:)
Hi If I have complete professional level from ICMAB which is CMA institute
Hello All,

Since many of us are in the final phase of departure for Canada and exploring different options for study/career, etc. this discussion might be helpful for them. This is focused but NOT limited to the Accounting/Finance Professionals only.

Many of you are aware that currently there are three major accounting qualification offered in Canada – CA, CMA and CGA.

With a view to securing the strongest possible future for the Canadian accounting profession, the leaders of the Accounting Professional Bodies in Canada decided to the creation of a new professional designation and finally they came up with a new designation Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).


The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA), Certified Management Accountants of Canada (CMA Canada) and the Certified General Accountants of Canada (CGA-Canada) have presented to their members a proposed framework for uniting Canada's accounting profession.

The three national bodies believe uniting the profession would allow them to better meet the evolving needs of Canadian accountants, national and international business communities as well as continuing to protect the public interest.

The framework calls for the creation of a new designation – Chartered Professional Accountant or CPA – and a new common certification program. The Canadian CPA would draw upon the strengths of the existing three organizations and will become an internationally recognized and respected business credential. Some of the related points are extracted from relevant sources as below:


VISION FOR THE PROFESSION
To be the pre-eminent, internationally recognized Canadian accounting designation and business credential that best protects and serves the public interest.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR UNIFICATION
The guiding principles provide the framework to unify the profession and achieve the vision.

1. Evolution to a single designation
• The new profession would adopt the Canadian designation Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA).
• All current members in good standing would be granted this designation from their new CPA provincial body as CPA legislation is approved.
• For a period of 10 years, all members using the new CPA designation would be required to use it in conjunction with their existing designations. No current member could
use the CPA without identifying his or her legacy designation as follows:

o First and Last Name, CPA, CA
o First and Last Name, CPA, CMA
o First and Last Name, CPA, CGA


• After 10 years, a member could choose to use the CPA designation on its own.

2. Continued use of existing designations
• Existing members would retain their current professional designations.
• No member would be automatically granted an existing professional designation of another body.
• The national and provincial CPA bodies would be promoting the new CPA designation. Use of legacy designations on their own post-unification would be subject to
provincial merger agreements and legislation.

3. Certification
The new CPA organization would establish a certification program that draws on the strengths of the existing programs and would be recognized by members, regulators,
global accounting organizations and the business community as being at least as rigorous as all existing programs.

The following links will provide a more detail discussion on the certification.

http://cpacanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/CPA_Certification_Program.pdf

http://cpacanada.ca/certification-program

I will be more than happy to discuss on this!!!

All the best!!!

smiling_face
:)
If I completed Professional level from ICMAB which is CMA institute of bangladesh, do I have to re start from the Start line if I want to finish my CMA degree in canada?
 
Sep 22, 2020
1
0
Is the Master's from Asian University Bangladesh recognized by WES as Master's Equivalent in Canada. I am currently doing my Master's from Asian University Bangladesh
 

akashlal

Full Member
Jul 13, 2010
27
23
Did any Bangladeshi Applicant receive interview invitation from Singapore lately under Permanent Resident Spousal application? My wife’s interview decision was made on January 30, 2019 (more than 8 months ago) per GCMS notes but no updates since then...
 
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