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Temmythorpe

Full Member
Sep 20, 2021
24
19
Good afternoon beautiful people.

Please I have a question. Does anyone have an advice for someone who works with a relatively small office which isn't much into the concept of preparing payslips nor making deductions for Tax remittance etc. How best can the person go about providing pay slip, and not just that, but also getting one that shows no deduction, while hoping they do not ask the person to provide proof of tax payment.

In summary, there is an employment letter, promotion letter and reference letter can easily be prepared. However, there are no deductions for tax etc. Salary is also paid directly into the account from the MD's personal account and not company account.
 

Gur24

Full Member
Aug 11, 2021
30
1
Hi everyone, I need a wise suggestion. I am a Doctor of pharmacy gradute with 2 years of experience in policy research (NOC 4165), My EE profile is active with CRS 405 and CLB 8 (8.5, 8.5, 7, 6.5). I made my profile on 11 August 2021. If I look at alis alberta website, my noc is in medium demand. I aspire to become a licensed pharmacist in Canada. Can anyone suggest me that how much chances I have for Alberta PNP or should i go for study visa?
 

BelugaWhale

Newbie
Sep 12, 2021
3
0
Hello Everyone,
Anyone with NOC 2173 recently got EOI? I’m an outlander with no job offer and no connection. My CRS score is 424. Wondering if there is any hope.
 
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Raulf

Star Member
Aug 27, 2021
63
23
When did you submit EE profile? Is 2282 your primary NOC? How many years of experience you have? Further, is it possible for you to improve the CRS? I suggest you should seriously look into this at the earliest.
 

FavourBibi

Newbie
Sep 17, 2021
6
1
Pls did anyone with noc 2175 or noc 1123 recently got NOI from alberta? If yes kindly tell your CRS, any ties, date you received NOI and date you created your EE account. Thanks as I anticipate your response​
 

Raulf

Star Member
Aug 27, 2021
63
23
Pls did anyone with noc 2175 or noc 1123 recently got NOI from alberta? If yes kindly tell your CRS, any ties, date you received NOI and date you created your EE account. Thanks as I anticipate your response​
Below is the information that I am aware of from the threads : -

NOC 2175 : outlander with no connection/job CRS 340 got the invite on 7th Sep.
NOC1123 : outlander with no connection/job CRS 474 got the invite on 14th Sep.

Please share your CRS, EE profile creation date, Outland/ Inland status.
 

FavourBibi

Newbie
Sep 17, 2021
6
1
My husband noc 2175 created EE on 1st September 2021 CRS 420, has blood relation in Alberta

Me noc 1123 EE created 18 September 2021 CRS 380 my spouse has blood relation in Alberta we are both outlander

@Raulf Pls do u have idea when they created their EE account ?
 

Raulf

Star Member
Aug 27, 2021
63
23
My husband noc 2175 created EE on 1st September 2021 CRS 420, has blood relation in Alberta

Me noc 1123 EE created 18 September 2021 CRS 380 my spouse has blood relation in Alberta we are both outlander

@Raulf Pls do u have idea when they created their EE account ?
If I remember correctly they have created their profiles before August2021. You may scan through the past threads in this forum as well as "ALBERTA AINP NEW PORTAL - NOI 2021" forum to get precise details
 

Tedeschi90

Member
Sep 30, 2021
15
4
Guys,

Last month, my wife, who is the principal applicant, changed her job. She is now working in a position that falls on a different NOC code compared to her previous job.

She has more than 7 years of experience in the "older" NOC and least than 1 month in the new one.

We haven't updated our EE profile yet with this new information.

Meanwhile, last week, we received a NOI from Alberta.

Questions:

1- Should we update EE profile with the new NOC, even that we will not claim any points for it?

2 - Should we ignore this new job in EE and add it on AINP?

3 - In the question "Are you WORKING in an occupation that is regulated in Alberta (not including trades)
Her NOC (3211) in the Express Entry is regulated but her current job not (NOC 2282). What should i answer here?

4 - In the question "Are you currently working?" -
This question is about her NOC (3211) on Express Entry Profile or about nowdays? If it's about EE the answer is NO, else it's Yes.

I know it's really specific case but we are so confuse and even a regular consultant couldnt help us at the moment.

Thank you
 

shergill12

Star Member
May 26, 2018
161
64
Melbourne
Guys,

Last month, my wife, who is the principal applicant, changed her job. She is now working in a position that falls on a different NOC code compared to her previous job.

She has more than 7 years of experience in the "older" NOC and least than 1 month in the new one.

We haven't updated our EE profile yet with this new information.

Meanwhile, last week, we received a NOI from Alberta.

Questions:

1- Should we update EE profile with the new NOC, even that we will not claim any points for it?

2 - Should we ignore this new job in EE and add it on AINP?

3 - In the question "Are you WORKING in an occupation that is regulated in Alberta (not including trades)
Her NOC (3211) in the Express Entry is regulated but her current job not (NOC 2282). What should i answer here?

4 - In the question "Are you currently working?" -
This question is about her NOC (3211) on Express Entry Profile or about nowdays? If it's about EE the answer is NO, else it's Yes.

I know it's really specific case but we are so confuse and even a regular consultant couldnt help us at the moment.

Thank you
1) As far as I know, you can only add those occupation in EE for which you want to claim points and are sufficient! I worked in same NOC at 3 different places but only entered one experience as it's not worth adding all three and getting letters from all!

2) If you add it in AINP you need separate reference letter for it and if you're getting it why not add it in EE as well ?

3) I think you got invited for old NOC and you should stick to that NOC, if it's regulated in Alberta tick that box and relevant answer to next question!

4) Don't complicate it too much and get advise from a professional or someone who knows a bit here.
 
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