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santab

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@santab Yup, I've got all the basic skills but still need to brush up in order to work efficiently in an organization. Also I'll have to work as soon as I reach over there.
I couldn't see any education evaluation process while I was putting my info in CRS calculator. But I'll keep your suggestions in my mind. Thanks a lot!

An immigration consultant is of no use for "but still need to brush up in order to work efficiently in an organization. " You will end up wasting your money.

I dont know the documents you have with you and the ones that you dont. So really cant comment how much you need to shell out. A ballpark estimate can be:
Indian police clearance - about 1000INR at passport seva kendra (you can check the government passport website for that)
US police clearance - about 20 USD
Education evaluation - about 200-300 USD
Obtaining transcripts from you college - may be a couple of thousand INR
Medical exam: about 5000-6000 INR per person
IELTS exam - 15000 INR
Canada express entry application fees - depends if you are applying alone or with spouse. You can find that out on canada.ca

All these expenses you will incur whether you go with consultant or not. A consultant will probably charge another 80K-1lac on top of this
 
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santab

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Below estimations are in USD and for each individual
- $1495 application processing fees
- $500 for Medicals (this may vary depending on clinic and location)
- $12960 (single person), $16135 (+ dependent)

You may need 12 to 13 lacs to start the process
- $12960 (single person), $16135 (+ dependent) this is not exactly the expense you will incur. This is the amount you need to show in your bank account at the time of application submission and at the time of entry in Canada. This is your amount and stays with you. You don't pay this to any agency.
 

Maverick28

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Hello Sir,
I got 511 as of now. My job NoC code is 2171.1 I.e Business Analyst. I don't have Canadian degree but I graduated from Chicago. I hold Master's degree in Computer Science from Chicago and worked for Underwriters Labs (US) from 2008 to 2011.
You need to recalculate your CRS score as 511 is quite high for someone with no Canadian experience or education. Also, while calculating your CRS Score, you can only use work experience in the last 10 years.
 
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psahu1207

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Below estimations are in USD and for each individual
- $1495 application processing fees
- $500 for Medicals (this may vary depending on clinic and location)
- $12960 (single person), $16135 (+ dependent)

You may need 12 to 13 lacs to start the process
If the processing and medical fees are around 2000k dollars or 1.50 lacs then why does it require 12 lacs rupees?
 

Maverick28

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They are committing about marketing my resume and help me out in getting an employer in Canada within the processing time. It's been a like 8 years since I've been away from IT field so I may need a little bit of learning curve or specialised certification in my field.
That's a false claim and that won't help you in anyway. For your learning, you can explore the market and see what is in demand these days and while your application is being processed, can start learning those skills and try to get certified on those skills, if needed. Also, would suggest learning French as well coz it may give you an edge over others as many jobs require knowledge of both, French and English.
 
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psahu1207

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- $12960 (single person), $16135 (+ dependent) this is not exactly the expense you will incur. This is the amount you need to show in your bank account at the time of application submission and at the time of entry in Canada. This is your amount and stays with you. You don't pay this to any agency.
Ok. It's like the floating amount which I can transfer to my relatives as soon as I get settled over there.
 

Maverick28

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Below are estimations for each individual
- $1495 (CAD) application processing fees
- $500 (USD) for Medicals (this may vary depending on clinic and location)
- $12960 (CAD) (single person), $16135 (CAD) (+ dependent). This is your amount you dont have to give this to anyone but you are expected to maintain this amount in your bank account through out processing and also while doing your PR landing

You may need 2 to 3 lacs to start the processing and you need to maintain around 7.5 lacs in your bank account for about an year
1495 USD application processing fees?
 

starlordavuthu

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- $12960 (single person), $16135 (+ dependent) this is not exactly the expense you will incur. This is the amount you need to show in your bank account at the time of application submission and at the time of entry in Canada. This is your amount and stays with you. You don't pay this to any agency.
Yup true, I edited my post. I posted that in a hurry
 
 

scylla

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Jun 8, 2010
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Toronto
Category........
Visa Office......
Buffalo
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
28-05-2010
AOR Received.
19-08-2010
File Transfer...
28-06-2010
Passport Req..
01-10-2010
VISA ISSUED...
05-10-2010
LANDED..........
05-10-2010
Ok. It's like the floating amount which I can transfer to my relatives as soon as I get settled over there.
The money must be yours.

You will need some or all of this money to cover your settlement in Canada since you won't receive any government support.

You should assume that this is money you will not be able to return to anyone. Assume it's money you'll need to spend.
 

psahu1207

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An immigration consultant is of no use for "but still need to brush up in order to work efficiently in an organization. " You will end up wasting your money.

I dont know the documents you have with you and the ones that you dont. So really cant comment how much you need to shell out. A ballpark estimate can be:
Indian police clearance - about 1000INR at passport seva kendra (you can check the government passport website for that)
US police clearance - about 20 USD
Education evaluation - about 200-300 USD
Obtaining transcripts from you college - may be a couple of thousand INR
Medical exam: about 5000-6000 INR per person
IELTS exam - 15000 INR
Canada express entry application fees - depends if you are applying alone or with spouse. You can find that out on canada.ca

All these expenses you will incur whether you go with consultant or not. A consultant will probably charge another 80K-1lac on top of this
I left US in 2011 and since then I've been staying here in India. I've got all the required documents including the original copy of my job offer letter that I was offered by UL (Chicago), Master's transcripts/degree from IIT Chicago, Bachelor's degree/transcripts from India, award letter by UL, payslips etc.
I had to move back to India due to family reasons at the same time I've worked at my dad's firm. I haven't been idle these years as I worked almost like a business development manager in hotel & food industry.
 
 

scylla

VIP Member
Jun 8, 2010
92,198
20,171
Toronto
Category........
Visa Office......
Buffalo
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
28-05-2010
AOR Received.
19-08-2010
File Transfer...
28-06-2010
Passport Req..
01-10-2010
VISA ISSUED...
05-10-2010
LANDED..........
05-10-2010

psahu1207

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Can you show taxes or bank deposits to prove you were paid a salary?
I have been filing IT returns for last 5-6 years. As it is my own family firm so wont be able to produce salary slips in my bank account. Besides this type of business is all about rolling over transactions so I can't keep a big amount due to the market flow. Hope you understand.