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What should I do in this case? PNP

Discussion in 'Provincial Nomination Program Immigration' started by Alexios, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. Hello All,

    I am 25 years old, and have been residing in Vancouver, Canada for over 2 years.

    Recently I applied to BC PNP Skilled Worker Stream and I got invited:

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    I just wanted to give it a shot and see what happens without meeting general requirements.(I am sorry)

    So right now, I'm still working as a Database Analyst in a Canadian company, but my work-permit will end soon so I registered to BCIT to study and extend my permits.

    When my classes start, I will be able to work in the same company but part-time, after I graduate from BCIT, I will be able to keep working for them as I'll have open-work permit for at least a year.

    Here's my stats: (85 points in total)

    - I worked 1yr full-time as a Data Analyst after I graduated from CO-OP school. (I assume they will not count this as canadian experience) + 2 months without non co-op experience

    - I have English Test (CELPIP) score of 8-8-8-8

    - I am earning around 25$hr but median wage for my NOC code is over 25$

    - I am currently working for the B.C. employer supporting my job offer.

    - I do not have 2 years Directly Related full time experience to position my company offered to me.

    - I am currently working in the job being offered.

    - I have Permanent job offer.

    - I have my credentials assessed.

    - I have experience related to IT Field but not directly related to this position I am being offered.
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    + I have a brother here who is a citizen.
    + I am single
    + I live with my brother, hes also supporting me financially if needed.
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    Should I submit my application and pay 700$? Will I get refused?

    I am really tired of everything please I am seeking for help from all of you, I'm literally losing my hair because of stress.

    What should I do, what ways I should pursue? What would you do if you were in my shoes?

    Thank you all,
    Niel
     

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