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  1. #5801
    SINP Express Entry is open to accept 500 applications.

    Here are the in-demand occupations:
    http://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents...ccupation-list

  2. #5802
    pwede po ba mag walk in dito? http://livinginnb.ca

    close na po ata yung manila session...

  3. #5803
    @Tomguts33

    Thank you Sir sa pag reply. Nakapag-sign up po ako sa livinginnb. May reply na din po sila na natanggap nila yung request ko last last week.
    Yung WES canada Sir kakapadala ko palang po last Monday, by Thursday pa daw yun matanggap ng WES sabi nung sa DHL.
    Yung IELTS GT sir, sa March na po yung exam ko. Kaya nagrereview review na din po ako.
    Dun po ba sa proof of funds, dapat po ba within 6months yung pera nasa bangko? Bank certificate po ba or Bank statement?

    Ano ano pa po ba yung mga kailangang asikasuhin ko na din? Maraming salamat po!

  4. #5804
    hello there, i'm an expat live in manila. i'm an indonesian citizen. i would like to ask, can i apply my visa in philippines, or i should go back to my country to apply visa to canada? if can, what is the requirement?

  5. #5805
    Quote Originally Posted by momma0829 View Post
    Guys sabi ng cousin ko na nasa Canada kaya daw may mga ganyang offer si NB kasi hindi daw ganun ka develop ang province unlike sa iba.. And ang work daw doon minimal lang. Ang result, lumilipat sa ibang provinces ang mga tga dun kaya si gov't nagppunta sa iba ibang place to invite na lumipat sa kanila..

    Nagregister pa rin ako kasi I want to know more about NB.
    Sabi ng lola ko, ang Atlantic region daw ng Canada ay parang MIMAROPA... ang paligid at karamihan ng opps for income ay galing sa dagat (and related ones). Which reminds me the sister of my classmate is an engineer who migrated to NB some 5 years ago. Dun sya nakatrabaho sa sardines factory. She started from the scratch, but now supervisor na sya. Masarap ang sardines galing sa NB ha? It's the best for me.

    Sa history yata ng migration sa Canada, most of the immigrations there came originally from Ireland (maybe during the potato famine?). Kaya puti karamihan dun sa Atlantic. Malapit lang kasi ang UK from that side. They call UK (Englang especially) as "the one just across the pond".

  6. #5806
    Quote Originally Posted by rodina View Post
    Sabi ng lola ko, ang Atlantic region daw ng Canada ay parang MIMAROPA... ang paligid at karamihan ng opps for income ay galing sa dagat (and related ones). Which reminds me the sister of my classmate is an engineer who migrated to NB some 5 years ago. Dun sya nakatrabaho sa sardines factory. She started from the scratch, but now supervisor na sya. Masarap ang sardines galing sa NB ha? It's the best for me.

    Sa history yata ng migration sa Canada, most of the immigrations there came originally from Ireland (maybe during the potato famine?). Kaya puti karamihan dun sa Atlantic. Malapit lang kasi ang UK from that side. They call UK (Englang especially) as "the one just across the pond".

    immigrants, I mean

  7. #5807
    Illumina, nasa Canada ka na ba? If so, Congrats.

    May tanong yong tita ng kaibigan ko. Paano daw kung nearing 60 na sya, pero sigurado sya na more than average ang score nya sa language test, work experience, international travel, educ background, etc. Sa age lang sya mababang score. Would you encourage her to apply? Gusto daw nyang tahimik na buhay sa ibang bansa.

  8. #5808
    Quote Originally Posted by rodina View Post
    immigrants, I mean
    Nice. Did you register din?

  9. #5809
    Quote Originally Posted by lusiana View Post
    hello there, i'm an expat live in manila. i'm an indonesian citizen. i would like to ask, can i apply my visa in philippines, or i should go back to my country to apply visa to canada? if can, what is the requirement?
    You can apply online and submit your passport in Manila (or anywhere you currently are) for stamping.
    All the requirements will be shown when you answer the questionnaire.
    http://www.cic.gc.ca/ctc-vac/getting-started.asp

    Quote Originally Posted by rodina View Post
    Illumina, nasa Canada ka na ba? If so, Congrats.

    May tanong yong tita ng kaibigan ko. Paano daw kung nearing 60 na sya, pero sigurado sya na more than average ang score nya sa language test, work experience, international travel, educ background, etc. Sa age lang sya mababang score. Would you encourage her to apply? Gusto daw nyang tahimik na buhay sa ibang bansa.
    Hi Rodina, I think you already asked this before, and I think I answered you because your name and this case seem familiar. Tama nga ba, teacher itong tita ng kaibigan mo? If not, sorry for the mix-up.
    Only chance for this tita to possibly qualify is through a PNP if her NOC is in demand and she meets the MEC (minimum eligibility criteria) which is hard for her age. But kung teacher nga siya, no chance through an economic immigration program, sorry.

  10. #5810
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodina View Post
    Sabi ng lola ko, ang Atlantic region daw ng Canada ay parang MIMAROPA... ang paligid at karamihan ng opps for income ay galing sa dagat (and related ones). Which reminds me the sister of my classmate is an engineer who migrated to NB some 5 years ago. Dun sya nakatrabaho sa sardines factory. She started from the scratch, but now supervisor na sya. Masarap ang sardines galing sa NB ha? It's the best for me.

    Sa history yata ng migration sa Canada, most of the immigrations there came originally from Ireland (maybe during the potato famine?). Kaya puti karamihan dun sa Atlantic. Malapit lang kasi ang UK from that side. They call UK (Englang especially) as "the one just across the pond".
    Natuwa naman ako sa MIMAROPA. Nagkataong nasa atlantic province ako dito sa Canada, tapos galing ako sa Mindoro.

    Ang kino-compare ko sa Newfoundland ay BATANES ng Pinas.




  11. #5811

    Mimaropa??

    Quote Originally Posted by joshemir View Post
    Natuwa naman ako sa MIMAROPA. Nagkataong nasa atlantic province ako dito sa Canada, tapos galing ako sa Mindoro.

    Ang kino-compare ko sa Newfoundland ay BATANES ng Pinas.

    https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0...56&oe=594B03D1

    https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0...81&oe=59492926
    I would agree with you more having lived there for a while.. kamusta na?

  12. #5812

    migrating at 60?

    Quote Originally Posted by rodina View Post
    Illumina, nasa Canada ka na ba? If so, Congrats.

    May tanong yong tita ng kaibigan ko. Paano daw kung nearing 60 na sya, pero sigurado sya na more than average ang score nya sa language test, work experience, international travel, educ background, etc. Sa age lang sya mababang score. Would you encourage her to apply? Gusto daw nyang tahimik na buhay sa ibang bansa.

    I would highly advise against it.. For 1. health and fitness issues, 2. rebooting oneself like adapting, certification, etc. 3. Economy wise it's not too good unlike earlier. Even those who have been here and are educated here finds it hard to be gainfully employed.

    Tahimik? Yes but again life is what you make it. At that age, unless marami siyang ipon na dadalhin here, I won't advise for her to look at Canada as a retirement haven... Just saying.
    Last edited by pappylips; Feb 17, 2017 at 04:51 AM. Reason: grammar

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  14. #5814
    Thank you. Praying that Ontario wouldn't change its required minimum CRS points. All the best PEXers

    Quote Originally Posted by tropicstorockies View Post

  15. #5815

    I need help, need your inputs guys

    Hello Everyone,

    I attended orientation under e square management consultancy last 2nd wk of Feb and I will start to apply for EE program this month. I just like also to share my journey with you and also para makakuha din ng mga advices nyo.

    In my case naisip ko kelangan ko ng consultancy kasi if ako *** mag isa ang mag-aaply online baka may mamiss akong processes and procedures; may standard daw po kasi ang Canada pagdating sa application na hindi ko pa alam kaya I want someone na mag-aasist sa appln nmin.

    1st step ko po is to sign up for EE this month (naasses na po nila ako na ok to apply), may equivalent fee po un sa consultant kasi sila ang mag aayos ng profile ko.

    Have a nice day everyone!
    I will wait for your inputs and advices :-)

  16. #5816
    Quote Originally Posted by Macky4wJ View Post
    Hello Everyone,

    I attended orientation under e square management consultancy last 2nd wk of Feb and I will start to apply for EE program this month. I just like also to share my journey with you and also para makakuha din ng mga advices nyo.

    In my case naisip ko kelangan ko ng consultancy kasi if ako *** mag isa ang mag-aaply online baka may mamiss akong processes and procedures; may standard daw po kasi ang Canada pagdating sa application na hindi ko pa alam kaya I want someone na mag-aasist sa appln nmin.

    1st step ko po is to sign up for EE this month (naasses na po nila ako na ok to apply), may equivalent fee po un sa consultant kasi sila ang mag aayos ng profile ko.

    Have a nice day everyone!
    I will wait for your inputs and advices :-)
    Do you have ielts and eca na? Pinapacreate ka na ng agency ng ee profile mo?

  17. #5817
    Ako din I have attended their orientation. Parang ang sarap ng pumunta sa Canada diba? I have doubts lang kasi sa admin ang linya ng work ko tapos single pa pero OK TO APPLY naman ang assessment sa akin kahit alam ko na sobra mababa ang scores ko. I wonder how papataasin ito aside sa IELTS score once kumuha ako.

    Can I ask if you paid in full na po or installment? Ang hirap magbayad kasi halos 6 na buwan kong sahod ang consultancy charge ni Ms. Ohaebuka.

  18. #5818
    wala pko ielts. *** eca ko na asses na nila ako during orientation may form silang binigay then may mga points sabi ok dw to apply.

    kelangan b muna ng IELTS? bago gumawa ng EE profile?

    How to attached pic here?
    Iaattached ko sana points ko kaso I dont know how.
    hinahanap un URL

  19. #5819
    Quote Originally Posted by cristalakien View Post
    Ako din I have attended their orientation. Parang ang sarap ng pumunta sa Canada diba? I have doubts lang kasi sa admin ang linya ng work ko tapos single pa pero OK TO APPLY naman ang assessment sa akin kahit alam ko na sobra mababa ang scores ko. I wonder how papataasin ito aside sa IELTS score once kumuha ako.

    Can I ask if you paid in full na po or installment? Ang hirap magbayad kasi halos 6 na buwan kong sahod ang consultancy charge ni Ms. Ohaebuka.

    Plan ko magbayad ng full kasi sayang yung discount. nakasked nako sa feb 25.

    Guys, need your inputs more if tama ba decision ko.

  20. #5820
    Quote Originally Posted by illumina View Post
    ^ That's right.



    Yes.



    No, because you can't make a valid EE profile without an ECA.


    Hello! Only ECA? How about IELTS? nagsisign up na kasi ako for EE this Sat wala pko IELTS.

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