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HopelessBR

Star Member
Mar 18, 2020
175
149
Brazil
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
Sao Paulo
idk, she can't be making up something this specific. All the previous stuff was just speculation based on trends. This NOC thing seems like she knows something specific that she'll address in tomorrow's video. fml
just watched that part.... it is extremely specific for mere speculation on her part. So they will create another NOC skill level which will affect mostly people inside NOC B, is that it? also that Training Education and Experience Responsibilities system... but still, she mentions this would be implemented from now till may 2022
 

Psyoptica

Champion Member
Feb 20, 2020
1,048
1,542
Category........
FSW
Visa Office......
London
NOC Code......
2174
AOR Received.
16-04-2020
Even after getting an ITA, I have always been worried that I'd not pass eligibility. Go check the description for 2148 ("Other Engineers"). It's a bunch of different occupations that don't exactly match my work, but I made it work. While other NOCs have long lists of bullet points to match the job descriptions, I had 3 lines which don't exactly match anything. This NOC code isn't ever getting picked by a PNP, and I've had to accept that I have no choice but to roll the dice and hope I pass eligibility. NOC specific draws or a new NOC system sounds pretty bad to me (for my situation specifically. I can see why it's better for Canada as a whole though).
Passing Eligibility is not that big of a deal if you're not worried about the waiting time. It's very rare that the eligibility is failed.
 

CannyTheCunny

Full Member
Sep 15, 2021
25
9
just watched that part.... it is extremely specific for mere speculation on her part. So they will create another NOC skill level which will affect mostly people inside NOC B, is that it? also that Training Education and Experience Responsibilities system... but still, she mentions this would be implemented from now till may 2022
The TEER seems interesting. Feels like they are about to go the Australian way where job experience has to match education. Crazy times looming.
 

NavjotS123

Hero Member
Jul 6, 2019
593
162
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
2173
Completion of a university degree (bachelor's, master's or doctorate);
or
Previous experience and expertise in subject matter knowledge from a related occupation found in TEER 2 (when applicable). This means your education has to match your job profile.
 

upon

Champion Member
Jan 23, 2020
1,476
302
Winnipeg
just watched that part.... it is extremely specific for mere speculation on her part. So they will create another NOC skill level which will affect mostly people inside NOC B, is that it? also that Training Education and Experience Responsibilities system... but still, she mentions this would be implemented from now till may 2022
It will be implemented this year according g to official source
https://www.statcan.gc.ca/eng/subjects/standard/noc/notice/nor-2021