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HIZ

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Just for Information sharing;

IN 2013, OUT OF THE TOTAL JOBS IN CANADA 80 % WERE CREATED IN ALBERTA AND HALF OF IT WERE IN "EDMONTON". PLEASE READ FOLLOWING ARTICLE"


More Immigrants To Canada Expected To Look West For Job Opportunities
October, 2014

1
inShare.0A recent report from Statistics Canada, the federal agency assigned to produce statistics to better understand Canada, had one clear message — the future of Canada's population and economic growth is shifting west, and immigration will heavily influence the makeup of the country over the coming decades.
For people thinking of immigrating to Canada, this presents a fresh perspective on which region of the country they might think of moving to. While central Canada, especially the Greater Toronto Area and Montreal, traditionally attracted a huge number of newcomers, Statistics Canada is predicting, under each variable of its projections, that Alberta, British Columbia and the Prairies will increase their relative intake of Canadian immigrants over the coming decades.

Why are people moving west?

The main driver of increasing migration towards Western Canada is the booming economy, led by a strong oil and natural gas sector, as well as mining and construction. Thousands of international workers have answered the call for specialists in these industries, and their arrival has created a spin-off effect across the economy. This generates an additional need for workers in fields such as healthcare, education and food services. With new projects being instigated all the time, labour shortages are expected across Western Canada for the upcoming decades.

“New immigrants to Western Canada, both today and in the future, would not be settling in the ‘wild west' of days gone by,” says Attorney David Cohen. “Most of them would have the opportunity to move to some of North America's most cosmopolitan and lively cities such as Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Even medium-sized towns and cities such as Saskatoon and Fort McMurray are growing every day, attracting newcomers and increasing their stature within the landscape of Canada.”

Immigration to Alberta

Approximately 80 per cent of net new jobs in Canada in 2013 were in Alberta, with about half of those created in and around Edmonton, Alberta's capital city. This means that 40 per cent of all net new jobs in Canada were created in just one city. With economic growth projected to persist, Alberta will most likely overtake British Columbia as the third most populace province by 2038, reaching between 5.6 million and 6.8 million. Its current population is just over 4 million. Alberta exhibits the highest average annual growth rates in Canada in almost all projection scenarios, with young workers attracted to the province by a strong economy.

Immigration policies affecting Alberta have been in the news in recent weeks, with new Premier Jim Prentice stating that he would like to see a more open system in order to take full advantage of the economic potential of the province. The federal government has let it be known that Alberta should look to permanent residence immigration programs, rather than the Temporary Foreign Worker Program, to fill labour shortages and help grow the economy.

The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) is the government of Alberta's means of nominating individuals for Canadian permanent residence. It is separated into three streams, and you can read more here. Alberta's strong economy also attracts many immigrants to immigrate to Canada through one of the federal economic programs: the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class.

Immigration to British Columbia (B.C.)

The Statistics Canada report states that the main factor of population growth in British Columbia is, and will continue to be, immigration. Indeed, this process is already in full swing. Statistics Canada's latest population data points to stronger-than-anticipated population growth over the past year, and the latest numbers point towards increasing international, as well as interprovincial, migration. Net international immigration jumped 16 per cent from a year ago to a total of 35,640, which represents a 5 per cent increase in the number of landed immigrants to the province. The majority of these newcomers arrive from Asia, and this trend is expected to continue in the coming years and decades.

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) allows the government of British Columbia to select immigrants with certain skills and work experience for immigration to B.C. The skills streams of the BC PNP, which make up the majority of spaces, require an offer of full-time employment from a Canadian employer in British Columbia. B.C. is also a popular destination for immigrants who move to Canada under one of the federal immigration programs, as well as businesspeople and investors.

Immigration to Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan's jobless rate, standing at just 3.5 per cent, is the lowest in Canada. Provincial capital city Regina has a jobless rate of just 2.8 per cent. The province is booming. According to figures released this month by Statistics Canada, employment in Saskatchewan was up 19,000 in September from the same period last year. With projections that Saskatchewan's current population of 1.1 million could increase to as much as 1.5 million by 2038, the Statistics Canada report states that immigration will be the main driver of population growth in the province.

Saskatchewan is rich in natural resources, including oil, natural gas, potash, timber and uranium. It is also known as the “Bread Basket of Canada” due to its strong agricultural sector.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) allows the government of Saskatchewan to nominate a certain number of individuals for Canadian permanent residence. Prospective immigrants with the skills and experience targeted by the province may receive a Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate, which will allow that foreign national to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence with processing times that are faster than other Canadian immigration classes. The Saskatchewan Experience Category is for workers who already have work experience in the province. This SINP targets certain workers, such as long-haul truck drivers, considered to be in demand by employers in the province. There are additional sub-categories for students and individuals with experience in the hospitality sector. Immigrants may also be able to move to Saskatchewan if they are eligible to apply for one of the federal immigration programs.

Immigration to Manitoba

The province of Manitoba, situated in the heart of the Canadian prairies, is expected to increase its population significantly over the coming years and decades. According to the Statistics Canada report, this increase will be largely due to immigration, with some of the highest per capita immigration rates in the whole of Canada. With fertile plains in the southern and western regions of Manitoba, agriculture provides a considerable proportion of the provincial economy. Other major industries include transportation, manufacturing, mining, forestry, energy, and tourism. Manitoba's unemployment rate stands at 5.4 per cent.

Manitoba actively searches for prospective immigrants through the provincial government's Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP). One particular initiative under the MPNP is the Morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative. This rural town, situated 112 km southwest of Winnipeg, is actively looking for new immigrants in certain occupations, including cabinetmakers, welders, automotive mechanics, manufacturing, factory sewing machine operators, and daycare workers. Manitoba is also likely to continue to be a popular destination for individuals immigrating to Canada through the federal immigration programs.

Reaction and forecast

“Over the years, I have noticed a gradual increase in the number of newcomers to Canada who are heading west. These are often people without strong family ties to cities such as Toronto and Montreal,” says Attorney David Cohen.

“Immigrants who arrive in cities and towns in Western Canada tend to integrate quickly and typically find quality, secure employment in their fields. Many provinces — Alberta, for example — have been lobbying the federal government for greater power to select the immigrants they desire. The recent Statistics Canada report suggests that more and more applicants will be hoping to head west, and that the provinces want those people.”

REGARDS,
HIZ
 

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Pakistan
Visa Office......
London
NOC Code......
0213
App. Filed.......
19-04-2010
Doc's Request.
12-July-2010
Nomination.....
00
AOR Received.
12-July-2010
IELTS Request
Done
File Transfer...
20-July-2010
Med's Request
Done on 3 Sep 2014
Med's Done....
Sent by E-medical System
Interview........
No interview
Passport Req..
yes, rcvd PR1
VISA ISSUED...
Got it
LANDED..........
landed 24-May2015, Decision made 22-2-2019. Next Oath
With blessings of Allah I have received my passports back with Stamped visa today, It is amazing to see very fast processing from medical to Visa.

I amd really thankful to a most helping person on this forum Saeed shb, who helped me on every step when i needed help, I am also thankful to all on forum who also helped me throughout 54 months long journey.

I wish all those best of luck who are waiting and pray for them to get visa sooner.


Thanks buddy
 

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LVO
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0111
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Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
18-11-2009
VISA ISSUED...
الحمد لله رب العالمين - 27-06-2014
LANDED..........
الحمد لله رب العالمين March 28, 2015.
murtazaabbasi said:
I would like to know about this , Saeed Bhaie pls write here
Sir

I have no idea

Stay Blessed
 

msaeed

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الحمد لله رب العالمين - 27-06-2014
LANDED..........
الحمد لله رب العالمين March 28, 2015.
murtazaabbasi said:
With blessings of Allah I have received my passports back with Stamped visa today, It is amazing to see very fast processing from medical to Visa.

I amd really thankful to a most helping person on this forum Saeed shb, who helped me on every step when i needed help, I am also thankful to all on forum who also helped me throughout 54 months long journey.

I wish all those best of luck who are waiting and pray for them to get visa sooner.


Thanks buddy
Sir

Congratulations , wish you a blessed and successful life ahead

Stay Blessed
 

msaeed

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Lahore Pakistan
Category........
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LVO
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0111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
18-11-2009
VISA ISSUED...
الحمد لله رب العالمين - 27-06-2014
LANDED..........
الحمد لله رب العالمين March 28, 2015.
HIZ said:
Just for Information sharing;

IN 2013, OUT OF THE TOTAL JOBS IN CANADA 80 % WERE CREATED IN ALBERTA AND HALF OF IT WERE IN "EDMONTON". PLEASE READ FOLLOWING ARTICLE"


More Immigrants To Canada Expected To Look West For Job Opportunities
October, 2014


REGARDS,
HIZ
Sir

Always informative

Stay Blessed
 

pk2ca

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destination canada said:
Dear Waiters,

how much cost for personal medical insurance for Toronto ?
There is no set rate. Insurance company will give a personalized quote based on an individual's age and medical history. Also they have different packages depending upon the maximum coverage anyone want to have.

I got some good quote from TIC (https://www.travelinsurance.ca/en/public/Our-Products/Plans-For-Visitors-To-Canada/Pages/Inpatriates-to-Canada.aspx). But I am no way advertising for anyone. I would suggest anyone to shop around and have multiple quotes from different companies before deciding on one.
 

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Category........
Visa Office......
LONDON
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1111
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
June 2010
Doc's Request.
October 2010
AOR Received.
Nova-Scotia, October 2010
File Transfer...
Full Docs to LVO - January 2011, Second AOR May-2011
Med's Request
Feb.2014
Med's Done....
Feb.2014
Passport Req..
PPR-1 & PPR-2 on June 2014
VISA ISSUED...
July 2014
LANDED..........
Dec 2014
pk2ca said:
There is no set rate. Insurance company will give a personalized quote based on an individual's age and medical history. Also they have different packages depending upon the maximum coverage anyone want to have.

I got some good quote from TIC (https://www.travelinsurance.ca/en/public/Our-Products/Plans-For-Visitors-To-Canada/Pages/Inpatriates-to-Canada.aspx). But I am no way advertising for anyone. I would suggest anyone to shop around and have multiple quotes from different companies before deciding on one.
thanks a lot for the insider on this issue and for the link.
 

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Category........
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Warsaw
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0112
Job Offer........
Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
07-11-2014
Doc's Request.
PER - 03-02-2015
AOR Received.
25.02.2015 (Warsaw Visa Office)
IELTS Request
Submitted with Application
File Transfer...
25.02.2015 (Warsaw Visa Office)
Med's Request
16-04-15
Med's Done....
22-04-15
Interview........
Hopefully Waived
Passport Req..
28.05.2015
VISA ISSUED...
23.06.2015
LANDED..........
Vancouver soon
Re: New Beee

ramana27 said:
1) Dont have birth certificate :(((( (any alternative?)
->Get self affadivit on stamp paper and get it notarized.
2) Bank Certificate - do i only i have to show CDE 11824? as i have INR equivalent in my 3 different savings accounts. will that do? and once the letter from the bank received, can i use the money or the money is blocked?
->you may need to get bank certificate showing bank balance from all three banks and submit. Best suggested to have amount moved to in one account and get the bank certificate.

Reg the Express entry as given in cic website
"These are the last applications we will accept under the current system before Express Entry launches in January 2015."
FSW will not be same as now from January 2015.....
Thank you very much.

Highly appreciated.

God bless.
 

msaeed

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LVO
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الحمد لله رب العالمين - 27-06-2014
LANDED..........
الحمد لله رب العالمين March 28, 2015.
Copies Post of Qorax and Others , and pasting here , that might help others


How to Succeed in the Canadian Job Market ? [for a New Immigrant]


Hi friends,

I had been contemplating to write this for quite sometime. There are many of us who are over-enthusiastically positive & similarly many, who think poorly of the Canadian job market. And there are quite a few of us who are thinking to go or not to, given the enormous waiting time on this immigration process, by which time we already get well settled in our homeland. But, are we?
I have replied this to many who PMed me directly and in another thread here as well. Now plz bear with me for posting it seperately, for the betterment of all friends. I hope I'll not be bashed upon for this long write-up.

Buddies, in regard to our job scenario (FSW w/out AEO) in Canada, if we plan as per below, we'll sail thru satisfactorily. It's not whether we think good or bad abt it, it's more abt our understanding of the Job Process for a New Immigrant & how we address it, take precautions & manage our settlement well, now that we are positively thinking of moving. Our jobs in Canada, post landing, shall come under 3 stages:

Stage-1. 'Survival Jobs':

The moment we land [whatever city we chose], we must catch-on any opportunity that may arrive. At this stage, we must importantly keep our Ego at home. The idea is to safeguard the 'landing funds' and plan our regular expenses on any vocation based earnings. At this stage, it'll be potent to be frugile. Cut costs at all angles & get our daily meals thru whatever job that we can take. This is the most important phase of our newcomer life in Canada. If we can plan it well, we'll avoid the 'josh story', else depression shall set-in. In this phase, I might be a IT proff, an Engr, a Doctor, whatever, or of any age bracket... I'd do well to take a job as a FedEx Helper, DtoD Salesman, MacDonald Teamer, Night Watchman, Office Boy etc

1-Stage Criteria: Whatever our homeland profession be, take any job to start earning.
2-Remember: Till now No one knows us & No one is bothered abt us.
3-Job Search: No further search, till we get settled in this present vocation.
4-Timeframe: 0-3 months.



Stage-2. 'Tertiary Jobs':

Now we are fairy aware of the city & the Canadian concepts. This is the time to foray into our 2nd job. Start searching, but remember that it'll not be an actual 'job hunting' yet. In this phase, due to our awareness, we might land into an Ok job, which'll be better than the survival stage. But we are still not into our choice occupation. Again it should be taken as a challenge & pursue a job that will increase our earnings from the previous one. We may not yet be satisfied with what we are doing, but shall start some savings hereon. That'll get reflected in our bank a/cs. We are actually now building our credit history, an important thing that'll hold us in good stead later. Some of the Tertiary Jobs can be Office Assistant, Hypermarket Cashier/Teller, Warehouse Assistant, Industrial Labor Controller, Store Keeper, Security Officer/Supervisor, Courier Deliveryman etc. All of these being higher paid than minimum wages.

1-Stage Criteria: Try & get a better paid job than the previous. Any field. Complete all PR documentation.
2-Remember: We are still in our nascent stage. No one yet cares abt us.
3-Job Search: Yes, keep looking. Classifieds, Online, HR Agents, Networking, Prospective Employer visits etc.
4-Timeframe: 3-6 months.


Stage-3. 'Intermediate Jobs':


By now we have smartened up. We are no more a novice. We have developed our links. Bank position is OK. Probably, the 'landing funds' is still not fully depleted. Our networking & friend circle has started paying. Thus, hereon we shall, most likely, get our 'first satisfactory job'. Something in our related field. No, not yet what we actually have been doing in our homeland, but in the same department. The idea is to land a job within our specialty field. Eg. if I'm a IT professional, I'll get a job in the IT dept. of a company, as a first-level operator or a team leader (if I'm lucky). If I'm an Engr. I'll be landing the job of a technician in the engineering dept. of a company. If I'm an Accountant, I'll catch hold of a Asst. Bookkeeper's task, or a financial data entry operator, or a departmental assistant. The combinations can be many. The requirement is, now start building your career. Opportunities shall commence.


1-Stage Criteria: Land a job in your related field. The designation be anything, be much lower -but must be taken.
2-Remember: Ppl will start knowing us in our field & thus professional growth is imminent.
3-Job Search: Full-fledged 'job hunting'. This hunting now is in our choice occupation.
4-Timeframe: 6-12 months.


Friends, hereafter we will most likely, be in our selected field of work. And we'll be aware of the job market within our profession. Hereon, we'll know what to look for & where to look for. Thus, can apply for jobs smartly & keep growing satisfactorily. It is expected that after a yr at Canada, we should be able to establish ourselves nicely. Be professionally motivated and quite possibly grow well into our Canadian settlement process.

Job hunting, obviously will continue until we are self-satisfied. But man... we have arrived... & arrived well ! In a couple of yrs we'll be sailing in our Original Position, that we left in our homeland. And remember, we'd be still earning better than before, even if the routine costs are higher in Canada. Our margins will be much higher too. Unless we really goof-up, in 2-3 yrs time we'll be calling the shots.

A thing to remember is that, since our 2nd stage, we should start developing our skills, by way of gaining qualifications/certifications to enhance our selected profession. As most occupations like IT, Accounts, Engineering etc. will not get us a job of that field, unless we have a Canadian Recognized Certificate. The only exception is of Doctors, who might face tremendous difficulty due to the 4 yrs. requirement of Canadian Medical studies.

The above 3 phases is also important to gain a Canadian Experience. Something we cannot do without if we want to succeed in our professions. The previous jobs can be anything, but when we try to apply for a job in our field the employers will always ask/look for a Canadian Experience. They wouldn't bother what we did, but will want an "employer's reference". This is to see our employability & people management skills. And we can't blame them as well, 'coz they need to doubly ensure that who they are employing is of 'good standing', as they have no clue of our occupations/designations in our homeland. It reminds me to advice, to do good in those previous Canadian jobs. 'Coz, we'll need those employer's references, whether in writing (best to take) or telephonically by the next employer.

Please note that in some cases the 1st & 2nd stages may be interlinked. Some may get promoted within the 1st stage itself & thus avoid/require a separate 2nd stage. While there are also many situations/actual cases where some PRs have settled-down well in their Tertiary Occupations itself. There is this case of an Electrical Engineer, who carried-on with his Warehouse Supervisor's job and settled down as businessman of 'Custom Bonded Warehouses' forever. There are scores of other examples.

I hope the foregoing shall lead to a proper understanding of our job-worth, vis-a-vis our aspirations in Canada. And help us to get hold of ourselves in a timeframe wise & market scenario wise assimilation of what, when and how to settle ourselves in this new found homeland. [I have deliberately avoided the Credit History & House Building scenarios, 'coz this post is directed to job market only].


In addition to above
We should do before we land.

1 Get our degrees and certificate evaluated and find out Canadian education equivalent:

There are many organizations that do this evaluation for a fee. What we need is sealed transcripts from college and little fee to get the degrees evaluated. Once we know how our education stands in Canadian education system we can better asses ourselves and market our selves accordingly. Also some of employers may accept this evaluation.

2.Do as many international certificates as possible:

If you are working for 0213 code do as many relevant certifications as you can before landing like PMP, ITIL, and technical certifications like CCNA, checkpoint etc if applicable to you.


3. Be ready for voluntary work and paid internship:

Canada has culture where lots of people do voluntary work, which is not common in part of the world that I come from. We need to make this cultural transition in our minds. As soon as we land we should take voluntary work and start paid internship in our field. Please see http://www.triec.ca/ for more details

4. Start Building professional network over linked in and other websites
5. Join as many technical and recruiting groups in your field of work as possible

6.Search for matching jobs and see what skill sets they need which you may not have
What I have read tells me it is really tough to find out jobs without Canadian Education and Canadian Experience. But there are many organizations that work with immigrants to reduce the pain. Once we have know what to expect, how to over come these challenges and are willing to take jobs that come our way irrespective of profile and salary, we will be in better shape to handle the initial troubles related to immigration



Have A Blessed and successful Life - Ameen
 

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01-05-2010
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01-11-2010
IELTS Request
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Med's Request
10-10-2014
Med's Done....
23-10-2014
Interview........
Inshallah waived
Passport Req..
15-11-2014
VISA ISSUED...
Inshallah soon
LANDED..........
Inshallah in April 2015
HIZ said:
Just for Information sharing;

IN 2013, OUT OF THE TOTAL JOBS IN CANADA 80 % WERE CREATED IN ALBERTA AND HALF OF IT WERE IN "EDMONTON". PLEASE READ FOLLOWING ARTICLE"


REGARDS,
HIZ
GOOD
 

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1111
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Pre-Assessed..
App. Filed.......
June 2010
Doc's Request.
October 2010
AOR Received.
Nova-Scotia, October 2010
File Transfer...
Full Docs to LVO - January 2011, Second AOR May-2011
Med's Request
Feb.2014
Med's Done....
Feb.2014
Passport Req..
PPR-1 & PPR-2 on June 2014
VISA ISSUED...
July 2014
LANDED..........
Dec 2014
Dear Waiters,

can someone tell me how much time does it take to get credit card as a landed immigrant? i know it takes few minutes to open a bank A/C, but i want to know how much it takes to get credit cards in HAND from TD or RBC?
 

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الحمد لله رب العالمين - 27-06-2014
LANDED..........
الحمد لله رب العالمين March 28, 2015.
destination canada said:
Dear Waiters,

can someone tell me how much time does it take to get credit card as a landed immigrant? i know it takes few minutes to open a bank A/C, but i want to know how much it takes to get credit cards in HAND from TD or RBC?
Sir

Normally it takes 6 days from account opening , as banks do need to check credit history / worth history of an applicant from ECIB - (Electronic Credit Information Bureau of Pakistan ) , state bank Of Pakistan maintained portal , that indicate that an individual is a defaulter or not

Stay Blessed
 

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4121
App. Filed.......
10-06-2010
Doc's Request.
13-10-2010
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18-01-11 (Documents sent to CHC London)
AOR Received.
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22-07-14
Med's Done....
25-08-2014
Passport Req..
waiting...
LANDED..........
25-06-2015
Need advice.

Dear Sir,

This is in response to the below email.

Please note we are unable to provide you 3 month extension to submit passports. You have the following options available to submit the passports.

· You can submit your passports to VFS service in Italy or London to stamp your visas.

· Meantime your family can submit the passports to our office in Islamabad.

Please contact the Italy embassy in Islamabad and explain your situation. Also note we only need your passports to issue the visas. Once issued you will only need to land in Canada on or before 5 Sep 2015.

We look forward to hearing from you within 5 days.

Regards,
IMS

I can submit my passport in Italy. I have no issue. But my family passports are in ITALIAN embassy in Pakistan. Kindly advice me what should I do?

Regards,
Sohaib
 

msaeed

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الحمد لله رب العالمين - 27-06-2014
LANDED..........
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sohaib said:
Need advice.

Dear Sir,

This is in response to the below email.

Please note we are unable to provide you 3 month extension to submit passports. You have the following options available to submit the passports.

· You can submit your passports to VFS service in Italy or London to stamp your visas.

· Meantime your family can submit the passports to our office in Islamabad.

Please contact the Italy embassy in Islamabad and explain your situation. Also note we only need your passports to issue the visas. Once issued you will only need to land in Canada on or before 5 Sep 2015.

We look forward to hearing from you within 5 days.

Regards,
IMS

I can submit my passport in Italy. I have no issue. But my family passports are in ITALIAN embassy in Pakistan. Kindly advice me what should I do?

Regards,
Sohaib
Sir

Responded your PM

Stay Blessed
 

destination canada

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October 2010
AOR Received.
Nova-Scotia, October 2010
File Transfer...
Full Docs to LVO - January 2011, Second AOR May-2011
Med's Request
Feb.2014
Med's Done....
Feb.2014
Passport Req..
PPR-1 & PPR-2 on June 2014
VISA ISSUED...
July 2014
LANDED..........
Dec 2014
msaeed said:
Sir

Normally it takes 6 days from account opening , as banks do need to check credit history / worth history of an applicant from ECIB - (Electronic Credit Information Bureau of Pakistan ) , state bank Of Pakistan maintained portal , that indicate that an individual is a defaulter or not

Stay Blessed
thanks for your reply, but i am from bangladesh and working in saudi. what they will do in this regards?