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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by lagosrd: 7:23pm On Feb 28
GboyegaD:


Do it yourself. Refer to the student thread cos it helps. Just try to apply as early as possible.

You have done more than this to now harshly refer people who come in this tread to seek for advise. If I know what to do I won't be here. However I may still get help elsewhere thanks.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by GboyegaD(m): 7:48pm On Feb 28
lagosrd:


You have done more than this to now harshly refer people who come in this tread to seek for advise. If I know what to do I won't be here. However I may still get help elsewhere thanks.

You asked about agents and I suggested the DIY method, what makes that harsh? I suggested the student thread because everyone in there are students which ensures you get right and updated information, isn't that fair enough? You can go search an agent and I pray it works well for you and suite your expectation.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Ekpekus(m): 7:53pm On Feb 28
GboyegaD:


I live around Centre Street so between NE and NW.
Wow.... I firm for SE...
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Dandeedadrunk(m): 2:55am On Mar 01
Good morning my Ogas,

I'm in USA presently on visit visa, I'm planning to enroll for a 3weeks course in canada. The school replied me that I can attend the course using visit/tourist visa. They also promised to send me letter if I pay certain amount of money.

My questions are:
Should I apply to canada using the school or I should apply for tourist visa,then on getting their I'll enroll to the school [Ontario]?

If I'm applying for tourists visa,like how long would it take sir?

My course schedule is March next year,when do you think I can apply?

Can I apply here [online] in America or I should wait till I return to Nigeria?

Suggestions of needed documents?

My wife was refused USA visa twice,can I apply with her if you suggest I go through Canadian tourist/visit visa or I apply alone?

Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by GboyegaD(m): 8:21am On Mar 01
Ekpekus:

Wow.... I firm for SE...

Funny enough, I was at SE yesterday. I was at Sunpark Plaza.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Dandeedadrunk(m): 2:42pm On Mar 01
GboyegaD:


Funny enough, I was at SE yesterday. I was at Sunpark Plaza.

Good day boss,

Please attend to the question above. Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by hunnie001: 3:11pm On Mar 01
hello everyone I'm in a bit of a dilemma. would love to travel before September this year.I have two kids and I intend to also work and school too.how realistic is this thought of mine .just want know where and how hard to hit so as so get a positive result. plus I'm not going with hubby as he's in the states currently and doesn't seem to want us where he is.so right now I'm practically on my own.hoping to get positive answers here.thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by SlowlybtSurely: 3:18pm On Mar 01
Pinkygrace:


I don't have PR yet , but I am on study permit. My friend husband is doing nursing after first degree ( med lab). He is doing the 2 years RN program at York university Toronto ( will be done by August) and he got OSAP(Ontario student Assistant program) for the program. I know he did some psychology periquisite at Trent or online.

What information do you need exactly I can help ask.

Oh Pinky, thanks alot.

Is there anyway i could ask him directly? Email maybe?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by GboyegaD(m): 4:09pm On Mar 01
Dandeedadrunk:


Good day boss,

Please attend to the question above. Thanks

I truly do not have the right response to the issue however, I would suggest you apply for a visit visa and take the program while you are here. I don't know if the rules are changed but before now, you could take such short courses on a visiting visa. As for your wife, it would be nice to apply with her as a family.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Dandeedadrunk(m): 4:24pm On Mar 01
GboyegaD:


I truly do not have the right response to the issue however, I would suggest you apply for a visit visa and take the program while you are here. I don't know if the rules are changed but before now, you could take such short courses on a visiting visa. As for your wife, it would be nice to apply with her as a family.

Thanks boss....God bless you


I sent you a PM
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by vcole: 4:44pm On Mar 01
This is a Living in canada thread oh! all these questions about visas and study, etc etc. There are threads for obtaining canadian visas. This unfortunately isn't one of them. Kindly posty your questions on the appropriate thread to get useful responses. This thread is only 3 pages long and is way too early to start getting jumbled with posts not related to the topic of discuss.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by vcole: 4:46pm On Mar 01
Your post begs a lot of questions. You may get better responses if you are more detailed with your situation and questions. for instance, what kind of visa are you on? where are you traveling to? what are you studying towards? etc etc etc
hunnie001:
hello everyone I'm in a bit of a dilemma. would love to travel before September this year.I have two kids and I intend to also work and school too.how realistic is this thought of mine .just want know where and how hard to hit so as so get a positive result. plus I'm not going with hubby as he's in the states currently and doesn't seem to want us where he is.so right now I'm practically on my own.hoping to get positive answers here.thanks

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Pinkygrace(f): 5:22pm On Mar 01
SlowlybtSurely:


Oh Pinky, thanks alot.

Is there anyway i could ask him directly? Email maybe?

No problem , will ask if i can give your his email or maybe number and get back to you
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by SlowlybtSurely: 6:07pm On Mar 01
Pinkygrace:


No problem , will ask if i can give your his email or maybe number and get back to you

That would be nice.

Thanks again.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Dandeedadrunk(m): 7:12pm On Mar 01
GboyegaD:


I truly do not have the right response to the issue however, I would suggest you apply for a visit visa and take the program while you are here. I don't know if the rules are changed but before now, you could take such short courses on a visiting visa. As for your wife, it would be nice to apply with her as a family.

Alright boss. Do you suggest I start the application here in America ,or when I get back to Nigeria?

Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by lagosrd: 12:15am On Mar 02
GboyegaD:


You asked about agents and I suggested the DIY method, what makes that harsh? I suggested the student thread because everyone in there are students which ensures you get right and updated information, isn't that fair enough? You can go search an agent and I pray it works well for you and suite your expectation.
Oga just explain you dont have to reply as if every here is a pro and mind you we would t be here looking for help if we can do it ourselves. If you can't help just stay o. Your line at least others can be of help or are you expecting us to comment if a closed tread. Are let others help out.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by oohunt: 2:21am On Mar 02
Let us abide by going to the appropriate thread and give people that can gain from here the chance to.

You can get answers to your questions if you ask in the correct thread:

Questions about visa and schools: http://www.nairaland.com/3315266/travelling-canada-part-11/404
This thread has a wealth of information and started from Part 1, each part with up to 400 pages. Your answers must be there, if they are not, the gurus of that thread will answer you. You can as well take out time, settle down and read. You will be pleasantly surprised.

Then for Express Entry/FSWP, go to:
http://www.nairaland.com/2624318/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled

You too will need the info this thread (Living in Canada) has to offer when the time comes.

Let's make it work.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by GboyegaD(m): 5:28am On Mar 02
lagosrd:
Oga just explain you dont have to reply as if every here is a pro and mind you we would t be here looking for help if we can do it ourselves. If you can't help just stay o. Your line at least others can be of help or are you expecting us to comment if a closed tread. Are let others help out.

You could also do well to read my comment without responding. On such threads like this, we promote DIY as such the need for me to comment. We do not encourage the use of agents thus I only reiterated our beliefs.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by lagosrd: 9:38am On Mar 02
GboyegaD:


You could also do well to read my comment without responding. On such threads like this, we promote DIY as such the need for me to comment. We do not encourage the use of agents thus I only reiterated our beliefs.
You don't own the blog either and you have no reason to ask people not to respond to any post here. This is a public forum. I have had enough of your DIY advise. Thanks it's not working and someone not an agent here has graciously volunteered to put me through since you can't be of help
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by GboyegaD(m): 3:29pm On Mar 02
lagosrd:

You don't own the blog either and you have no reason to ask people not to respond to any post here. This is a public forum. I have had enough of your DIY advise. Thanks it's not working and someone not an agent here has graciously volunteered to put me through since you can't be of help

I never asked anyone not to respond and only shared my opinion.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by jesusbaby01: 8:48am On Mar 03
i look forward to reading more on this thread as i'm also planning to land in calgary soon. i'm learning a lot here

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by SlowlybtSurely: 10:53am On Mar 03
dupyshoo; please come join us. Make we rub mind.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by hunnie001: 10:21pm On Mar 05
vcole:
Your post begs a lot of questions. You may get better responses if you are more detailed with your situation and questions. for instance, what kind of visa are you on? where are you traveling to? what are you studying towards? etc etc etc
Thanks @vcole on studying that's for my masters. I want to work towards Canada most likely and I haven't gotten any visa yet.although a lot of people say the States is easier and faster I don't want to go there with a visiting visa and be stranded.
most importantly my travelling is solely for myself and kids. better opportunities and all. I hope this helps in answering .thanks again.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by CanadianNurse: 6:43pm On Mar 06
Good evening house, I have a little question for the house.
Me being a permanent resident does it guarantee my spouse permanent residency when I get married?
If yes how do I file for her and what documents do I need? Thank you
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by austino677(m): 6:58pm On Mar 06
CanadianNurse:
Good evening house, I have a little question for the house.
Me being a permanent resident does it guarantee my spouse permanent residency when I get married?
If yes how do I file for her and what documents do I need? Thank you
her sad shocked
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by amokemi(m): 7:21pm On Mar 06
Nice information here, at least the first two pages. Unfortunately, the thread has started derailing because of questions not related to the thread. It will be nice if we stick to the purpose of this thread and other questions posted to other threads meant for such.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Ekpekus(m): 10:41pm On Mar 06
CanadianNurse:
Good evening house, I have a little question for the house.
Me being a permanent resident does it guarantee my spouse permanent residency when I get married?
If yes how do I file for her and what documents do I need? Thank you
Depends on what you filled on your form while applying for your PR. Single or married?
Nevertheless, you can file for her after you have concluded the marriage legally and see how it goes.
There is a thread for Spouses in nairaland
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by toparie: 9:08am On Mar 07
Good morning house, would be good to read from people in Toronto/Vancouver. Especially families with kids, they're experiences to date and whether migrating to either of these cities is a good idea
I presently work in the finance sector and my hubby IT, and I would love us to be in an environment where both our careers and family lives would thrive.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by ladylco: 10:58am On Mar 07
Hello, please pardon me i dont know if this is the right thread for my question but i urgently need to know what is the cost of renting a shared 2 bedroom or 3 bedroom apartment, around mohawk college. It is needed urgently. or any suggestion on contact of apartment or dorm or anyone who is interested in sharing.

Thank you

No one has responded to me on my enquiry. Yet complains of derailing this thread. Mohawk college is in Hamilton
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by pjnaira: 12:05pm On Mar 07
Could you help me with the agent info.
sundaydammy:


YES I USED AN AGENT
I HE FUND MY ACCOUNT WITH 5M BUT THE EMPLOYMENT LETTER AND LETTER OF INTRODUCTION HE GAVE ME
THANKS
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by VEIL1234: 12:30am On Mar 08
Hello house,

Please can someone help with detailed info on life for a family of four in saskatoon? Kids are 6 and 3. Huby an environmental management professional and myself a HR professional both of us with about ten years work experience.

Info on housing, career, education for the kids, social life and any other info will be appreciated. Thank ahead,
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant by Nobody: 3:01pm On Mar 08
CanadianNurse:
Good evening house, I have a little question for the house.
Me being a permanent resident does it guarantee my spouse permanent residency when I get married?
If yes how do I file for her and what documents do I need? Thank you
yes but it could take up to a year or even more depending on visa office and on a case by case basis.

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