Call IRCC is your best bet. We would know nothinghey strikeharsh,
,did you received your ppr and how i would know that my medical is passed and pcc background check is done, am i going to get email from them, secondly,My application is through PNP Express Entry besides that my friend's application took him only 2 months for everything even after he was asked for additional documents. and is there a difference in processing time in the PNP fedral application and express entry application ?
and thanks for your response.
Oh bro, I know it’s easier to work on student visa in China. But as long as you have employment letter and like bank statement showing u had income for that period I think you are good. And also some taxes documents. They wouldn’t mind which visa you on. Because as long as you graduated, the experience counts post graduationExperts Please! Need a Guidance:
I am living in China since 2008 but originally from India. I studied in China since 2008 to 2013. After graduation in 2013, I found a full-time job and started working. My company couldn't change my visa status for 3 years and I continued to work full-time on a student visa. I got a student visa from one university but worked full-time in a company. Later in 2016, the company managed to change my visa status from Student to Work permit. My company already gave me an experience letter stating that I worked with them over 5 years but I am worried that whether CIC considers this foreign work experience on a student visa? Do CIC will only rely on the experience letter provided by the company or CIC also cared about the status of the applicant in that country during that specific time? Can I mention this 5 years experience on my EE profile?
Thanks for such a positive and prompt reply. Do you know someone who claimed an experience on a student visa and got accepted under the same circumstances?Oh bro, I know it’s easier to work on student visa in China. But as long as you have employment letter and like bank statement showing u had income for that period I think you are good. And also some taxes documents. They wouldn’t mind which visa you on. Because as long as you graduated, the experience counts post graduation