Hi friends I want to do money transfer from UAE to my RBC bank account in Canada.Can you suggest which Exchanges will do this. And what information of the Canadian bank account should we have other than the account # and Swift code.
Way to Go Charm28!!!Charm28 said:Thanks be to God we have received our PPR last Saturday through email...my status in e cas is still the same in process with the processing date only...
Thank You Lord Jesus for everything!!!
God bless those who are also waiting, keep the faith and trust God!
All exchanges could do that... I go thru Al Fardan.mats said:Hi friends I want to do money transfer from UAE to my RBC bank account in Canada.Can you suggest which Exchanges will do this. And what information of the Canadian bank account should we have other than the account # and Swift code.
Dear Sir Qorax.......its my first query to u ..please respondqorax said:All exchanges could do that... I go thru Al Fardan.
It's good to go where ur friends r --- obviously that's a problem again with u -- thus look at it this way:Charm28 said:Dear Seniors,
Really need your help on this because I'm a little confused on where to land...I've got good friends both in Toronto and Calgary...can someone guide me the pros and cons of these places...
Thanks in advance for the info, truly appreciate that
Dear Sir Qorax......PLEASEEEEEEEqorax said:Just those two.
and how much are the Charges at Healthy Bay Polycliniclovie said:Healthy bay polyclinic also good , specially if you don't wanna wait long for your appointment , for me I got appointment the same day I called and was out of the place in 35 minutes
qamar0002 said:Dear Seniors,
Mine and spouse meds done on 29th Dec. 2011, recieved by London 10th Jan. 2012
I have not received PPrs till todate, my consultant sent an enquiry three weeks back no reply so
far. Seniors are requested to comment and advise please as it is getting me frustrated.
Thanks and regards...qamar0002
ja77 said:Dear All,
We successfully landed at Toronto Pearson on 27th July. The hardest part through out the journey was the long and tiring 14 hours of direct flight. Once landed, the process was quite straight forward and smooth. The immigration officer only asked how much money we were carrying. He didn't ask to show the funds to him. We hired a porter at the time of baggage collection since we were carrying lots of suitcases. The customs official wasn't interested in looking at the pictures of the jewellery that we were carrying with us as well as the excel sheets of the items that we were carrying. I asked him again if he needs to see the jewellery pictures and he said they are needed only if the jewellery is included in "Goods to Follow". Right now, we are living in a hotel in North York. We will go tomorrow to Services Canada for SIN and then to the bank to open up an account. I am starting my new job on 1st August as I was fortunate enough to secure a job in my own field before landing. Also, I have an interview to attend tomorrow with a company in Mississauga. All in all, it feels good to be in Canada so far, but having a feeling of isolation as well since we used to have a very healthy social life in Dubai. Hope to overcome this feeling in future. More on all these things to come as the days go by. Best wishes to all.
Congrats buddy for getting DL and thanks a lot for sharing ur experiences to aller2d2g said:Our landing experience
I'm writing below our long overdue landing experience
We flew Swiss Air from DXB via Zurich. The halt at Zurich was for 6 hours but thanx to to the connecting Air Canada flight ( code share with Swiss) we got delayed by another 2 hours (I heard from friends that Air Canada getting delayed is a normal thing). Both the flights were good.
I landed in Toronto in the last week of June with my wife and 2 daughters.
The lady there actually asked me if I had a job - when I said no she asked me if I planned to look for one. I smiled and said "Yes first thing tomorrow"www.ttc.ca - great resource for information on the public transport in Toronto and it also helps you plan your trips
We visited a couple of malls bought groceries and got a general feel of the place.
We stayed at furnished apts at Sheppard and YongeThe great thing about this location is there was a mini mall across the road with a Tim Hortons - so the days when we were not making Bfast at home we ate there. The basement of the mall had the Sheppard TTC station so all we had to do was cross the road.First thing on Monday morning we applied for our SIN cards - again the location helped since we were walking distance from a Service Canada - took about 30 mins filled a form and we received our SIN numbers on the spot although the actual cards come in the mail later
We then went across to a Drive Test centre to open our driving files - both my wife and me had our experience letters from Dubai so we were immediately eligible for applying for a roadtest after our written test
I'm sure most of you have the driving experience but you should buy the Drivers handbook and study before you give the G1 written test
Also do practice on
www.apnatoronto.com - great resource again
The moment you pass you should apply for a road test date - I appeared for the G2 and passed - G will e the next time I visit which will be when
Hope this experience helps
I'm happy to answer any questions people might have based on our time there to the best of my ability - for the answers I don't know I will always refer you to the seniors
We are back in Dubai and planning for our permanent move
All the best
Hi,ammaartahir said:Mr. Biju and Mr. Suresh, waiting for your take on the aforementioned