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immonger

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Oct 17, 2018
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HI,
Looking at your query I got little confused, as I was having low CRS score of 442 and I was planning to ask my company to apply for my work permit for Canada and issue me a new job offer letter.
Could you please let me know that my work permit experience in Canada without any new job offer will get me any additional points for working in Canada?If yes,then how many minimum points I can expect for myself to increase in future only on basis of my Canadian work permit experience..
As I am also working from a long time in same company,I too feels like my company will not provide me with any new job offer letter.
TIA
You will have to work in Canada for at least 1-year to claim any points for the employment. 35 for 1 year and add 25 more for another year. Getting just the work permit does not give you any points to add up.
 
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Sharot

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You will have to work in Canada for at least 1-year to claim any points for the employment. 35 for 1 year and add 25 more for another year. Getting just the work permit does not give you any points to add up.
Thanks for clarifying !! It really helps!!
 

Rangana

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Jul 23, 2015
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Hi,

anyone using the Canada PR app knows if the predictions made by it have always been accurate in the past? Right now it’s showing 469-474 for the next draw.

thanks
 

Apoorva_1987

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Dec 20, 2019
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New Delhi, India
Category........
FSW
NOC Code......
2171
App. Filed.......
06-Sep-2019
IELTS Request
12-Nov-2019
Hi all, my husband's sister will get her PR by April. Can I get the 15 points of sibling PR right away or is there a condition on it?

Please throw some light on sibling PR marks.
 

alexross

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Jan 11, 2018
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Thanks but is it easy to change your passport after getting the PR? I mean you might have the correct name on the new passport, but won't the PR have the old format? I wonder how difficult would that be.
Not sure about the process to get it corrected after getting PR. But once you come to Canada you will start accumulating a whole bunch of documents here immediately upon arrival like SIN number, name with Tax license depyo, health insurance card maybe other documents. Getting it corrected later will mean a lot more work than doing it before moving
 

alexross

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Hi all, my husband's sister will get her PR by April. Can I get the 15 points of sibling PR right away or is there a condition on it?

Please throw some light on sibling PR marks.
You can claim 15 points after they land in Canada. You will have to submit their PR card or stamped CoPR and proof of Canadian address like utility bill
 
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jsingh172

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Aug 25, 2019
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Hi all, my husband's sister will get her PR by April. Can I get the 15 points of sibling PR right away or is there a condition on it?

Please throw some light on sibling PR marks.
Your husband can claim points 15 as soon as they land in Canada and get their COPR stamped. Then you need to attach 3 proofs:
- proof of PR - stamped COPR will do
- proof of your relation with them - passport copy of both showing same parents' names
- proof of presence in Canada - utility bill/bank statement/phone bill etc. any of those will work
 

jsingh172

Member
Aug 25, 2019
15
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Chandigarh, India
hi All. for wife's 12th degree (high school degree) I get 2 points. literally on last mile trying to squeeze in maximum. do I need her 12th to be evaluated by WES or just having marksheet/certificate will be enough. Everywhere I read it says only graduation or more needs evaluation.
If you are claiming points for it, then it has to be verified
 

monti12

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Nov 23, 2019
26
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Hi guys,

I have a question regarding IELTS contribution;
1) My wife is main applicant and her IELTS score is: L:8-R:8-S:8-W:7 (CLB 9) - if she take the exam again and inrease her score to CLB 10 (L:8.5-R:8-S:7.5-W:7.5) - How much extra point we can get?

2) My IELTS score is CLB 7 (L:7.5-R:6.5-S:6.5-W:6) - If i take the exam again and increase my score to CLB 8 (L:7.5-R:6.5-S:6.5-W:6.5) - how much extra point we can get?

3) My wife graduated from high school in Canada. But I guess we cannot claim any point from this. Right?
 

ja1904

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Sep 27, 2019
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Hi guys,

I have a question regarding IELTS contribution;
1) My wife is main applicant and her IELTS score is: L:8-R:8-S:8-W:7 (CLB 9) - if she take the exam again and inrease her score to CLB 10 (L:8.5-R:8-S:7.5-W:7.5) - How much extra point we can get?

2) My IELTS score is CLB 7 (L:7.5-R:6.5-S:6.5-W:6) - If i take the exam again and increase my score to CLB 8 (L:7.5-R:6.5-S:6.5-W:6.5) - how much extra point we can get?

3) My wife graduated from high school in Canada. But I guess we cannot claim any point from this. Right?
1) You are already at CLB 10 for R & S; get 1 band higher in L & W and that will fetch you 3 points each, so a total of 6 points

2) Going from CLB 7 to CLB 8 won't fetch you any points; if you hit 8-7-7-7 (i.e. CLB 9) or above in L-R-S-W, then each section will give you 2 points each, so a total jump of 8 points

3) I have no view on this
 
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monti12

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Nov 23, 2019
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1) You are already at CLB 10 for R & S; get 1 band higher in L & W and that will fetch you 3 points each, so a total of 6 points

2) Going from CLB 7 to CLB 8 won't fetch you any points; if you hit 8-7-7-7 (i.e. CLB 9) or above in L-R-S-W, then each section will give you 2 points each, so a total jump of 8 points

3) I have no view on this
Dear Ja1904, Thank you very much for your reply.

I am little bit confused. So, each band on IELTS can fall different CLB levels? I mean, my wife can get CLB 10 points from R and S and CLB 9 points from L and W?