Pls do you have the answer to the question I posted earlier: if you need to get certified as an interior designer b4 your application can be considered in the self employed person streamThere may be some sort of exams that you'll need to take in order to be a certified interior designer in Canada? Read some info publicized by associations (of interior design) (?) and maybe check with a lawyer/ consultant.
No I don't. I am not an interior designer, I don't know the regulations for being one in Canada, and even if I were one, I am not an immigration lawyer/ consultant.Hi
Pls do you have the answer to the question I posted earlier: if you need to get certified as an interior designer b4 your application can be considered in the self employed person stream
Its ok. Thanks. Dont take it personal we are all here to help each. It must hv bn a bother.No I don't. I am not an interior designer, I don't know the regulations for being one in Canada, and even if I were one, I am not an immigration lawyer/ consultant.
Seek advice from a professional.
You can absolutely do it by yourself. Read through the official guideline available on cic website.Hi everyone
I wish you all success.
I'm so happy to be here with you and many thanks to the creator.
I just try to start without any help from any agent or lawyer. is it right or do I have to? this is my first question.
my second question is do I have to pay the fees before sending the file with the documents or I will pay when they ask me to do so?
thanks in advance.
wow, super fast reply. that's the spirit. thank you very much for your response to my post. wish you the best of luck sirYou can absolutely do it by yourself. Read through the official guideline available on cic website.
you must pay the application fee before sending the documents as you are requires to attach the payment receipt with the package.
Biometrics fees and RPRF are not compulsory at the first stage but we (people here) generally would recommend paying biometrics fees along as you will have to do it regardless.
For RPRF you can wait till a later stage if you wish.
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I am confused with the latest information on cic.gc,ca official website. have they updated the eligible NOCs.? because when I applied under cultural activities only a few NOC were given now they have mentioned to many NOC like almost all.
This page is saying>>>> https://www.cic.gc.ca/english/helpcentre/answer.asp?qnum=291&top=6
Under the Self-Employed Persons Program, what does cultural activities mean?
Cultural activities include jobs generally seen as part of Canada’s artistic and cultural fields. Examples include:
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) provides a full list of qualifying activities for self-employed persons.
- authors and writers,
- creative and performing artists,
- sculptors and other visual artists,
- technical support and other jobs in motion pictures,
- creative designers and