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pxc3110

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Sep 25, 2020
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Can an international graduate apply for pr with a job offer from an employer in a different province than the education institute he/she attended?
 
 

pxc3110

Star Member
Sep 25, 2020
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No. Also you need to reside 16 months on the province before getting your degree.
ns immigration office told me otherwise. They said I can move to a different Atlantic province. And I don't see that requirement in the official webpage? Also, I'm sure I can also switch provinces as long as I reside in any one of the atlantic provinces during 16 months.
 

AnaCamp

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Aug 17, 2020
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I’m sorry you did not like my answer. Good luck finding a province that will endorse you without graduating and living there.

I just got endorsed by PE and they were very clear about it. Here is the IRCC website. Use your best judgment:
  • lived in one of the following provinces for at least 16 months during the last 2 years before you graduated
    • New Brunswick
    • Nova Scotia
    • Newfoundland and Labrador or
    • Prince Edward Island
 

pxc3110

Star Member
Sep 25, 2020
64
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I’m sorry you did not like my answer. Good luck finding a province that will endorse you without graduating and living there.

I just got endorsed by PE and they were very clear about it. Here is the IRCC website. Use your best judgment:
  • lived in one of the following provinces for at least 16 months during the last 2 years before you graduated
    • New Brunswick
    • Nova Scotia
    • Newfoundland and Labrador or
    • Prince Edward Island
Again, NS immigration told me otherwise. They said they will endorse.
 
 

pxc3110

Star Member
Sep 25, 2020
64
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I’m sorry you did not like my answer. Good luck finding a province that will endorse you without graduating and living there.

I just got endorsed by PE and they were very clear about it. Here is the IRCC website. Use your best judgment:
  • lived in one of the following provinces for at least 16 months during the last 2 years before you graduated
    • New Brunswick
    • Nova Scotia
    • Newfoundland and Labrador or
    • Prince Edward Island
Are you an immigration lawyer btw?
 

pxc3110

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Sep 25, 2020
64
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I don’t understand the reason for your question if you “already know” the answer. If you want an immigration lawyer advice, you are asking on the wrong place.
I apologize if I sound rude to you, I didn't mean to "win" an argument with anyone. You're right, it's pointless to ask anyone other than the immigration department that will endorse me. I shared that info because I wanted to prevent the spread of misinformation. Thank you for your answer.
 
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pxc3110

Star Member
Sep 25, 2020
64
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I don’t understand the reason for your question if you “already know” the answer. If you want an immigration lawyer advice, you are asking on the wrong place.
Ah, I think you misunderstood my situation. I graduated from a school in Newfoundland and I was asking if I can get endorsed by other Atlantic provinces.