I would disagree with you on this. I have lived in many states in US(inclusive both the coasts) and I have found work culture and lifestyle similar through out.Guess it depends where in the US you are. Coastal regions translate over well, but some of those flyover states? Not so much
It is 465 mate without spouseI have seen many of your posts claiming CRS to be 460, 462 and 465? What is the real one?
You have more info on Australia and New Zealand?It is 465 mate without spouse
I guess Australia too is conducting draws as Canada does although the invite numbers are just countable
Heard from my friend that NZ too is gonna start their Skill Migrant Class Visas (Residency Visa) by August.
I then guess from August (either early or late) FSW draws might begin in full
Time has to say
Yeah that's right. Australian work experience plays a vital role to get PR.You have more info on Australia and New Zealand?
I did minor investigation on both of those, but NZ seemed impossible without a job offer and Australia seemed way more difficult than Canada, seemed I needed some Australian experience.
Est-ce que je peux te demander ce que tu fais pour apprendre la grammaire française?I’ve been studying since January, waking up every day at 4:30 to study before going to work. I’ll attempt the TCF on late August.
I think I’ll be able to achieve the B2 on all 4 skills.
So the short answer: between 6-10 months of daily studies + inserting French in everything I can throughout the day.
For the points: I don’t want to be rude, but simply check the official CRS criteria instead of trusting a 6-10 month plan based on a comment of a random person on a forum.