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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by enocoded4life(f): 5:49pm On Dec 07
Bsbabe:

FirstBank transactions are working now but monthly limit is $1,100. Since your husband has a Dom account, maybe he should request for a dollar card on it? As mentioned by someone earlier, only Access Bank’s limit can carry your amount on a Naira card as their monthly limit is now $5k. Most banks are in the range of $1k monthly.

Thank you ma'am.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by PefHouse: 5:50pm On Dec 07
Good day Seniors in the House,

I have a question. When exactly can you claim points for a sibling living in Canada.

- So if a sibling is just leaving Nigeria for Canada through express entry, is it immediately after he/she lands or the sibling has to get his/her PR card first and get settled?(I hear this can take over a month).
- Can you claim points as soon as sibling lands in Canada?


Considering you have to show evidence of their status and relationship with you

1) Canadian Status of the sibling: Can one present a stamped copy of the sibling's passport?
2) Proof of PR/Citizenship Status: Can a passport also be submitted as evidence?
3) Residence in Canada: How soon can one get utility bills to show this, bank statements, phone bill etc?
4) [b]Relationship between you and the sibling:[/b]This is straight forward, birth certificate, passports etc.


Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Blackbuddy: 5:58pm On Dec 07
PefHouse:
Good day Seniors in the House,

I have a question. When exactly can you claim points for a sibling living in Canada.

- So if a sibling is just leaving Nigeria for Canada through express entry, is it immediately after he/she lands or the sibling has to get his/her PR card first and get settled?(I hear this can take over a month). After they receive proof of their PR which is the PR card
- Can you claim points as soon as sibling lands in Canada? See above


Considering you have to show evidence of their status and relationship with you

1) Canadian Status of the sibling: Can one present a stamped copy of the sibling's passport? Citizenship or PR card
2) Proof of PR/Citizenship Status: Can a passport also be submitted as evidence? See above
3) Residence in Canada: How soon can one get utility bills to show this, bank statements, phone bill etc? As soon as they get bank account with the account statement showing their address, phone bill showing their names and address, when they sign lease agreements and have utilities for the accommodation listed in their name or when they purchase a property in their name and have the purchase documents, etc
4) [b]Relationship between you and the sibling:[/b]This is straight forward, birth certificate, passports etc. Yes, birth certificates listing your mutual parents names


Thanks

Hi, see above.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by dtaminator: 6:00pm On Dec 07
mcstan18:




Please which school did you graduate from again? I'm just being curious.[/color]

Hehehehe.. You just had to ask that didn't you? It would be really difficult responding to those questions without going there. Lool

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by MaSisi: 6:01pm On Dec 07
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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by optionese: 6:05pm On Dec 07
ademo1:
Good day to you all.
I have been calculating my point using crs calculator but my age is 35 years which cuts down my point drastically. My question is; can I cut down my age to 31 years without being noticed athat all so that I can claim additional 25 points on the age?
Please gurus, I need answer because I have tried my best on ielts but seems I am limited to average of LWSR 6.5, 7, 8, 8. The listening is very difficult for me. I hope u understand my plight. Please, the question is on the age which I will reflect it on my international passport.
I will appreciate it if I can get answer



Hahaha hahaha O boy three gbosa for you!!!!!

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by PefHouse: 6:10pm On Dec 07
Blackbuddy:


Hi, see above.

Thanks Blackbuddy, very helpful.

But note that Im talking about claiming points to get into the EE pool. For Post ITA submission stage (If i am picked) i anticipate that he/she would have the PR card by then and I can submit it as evidence. Do you get, technically he/she is landing as a Permanent Residence right?

Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by deeore: 6:10pm On Dec 07
Congratulations @threadstone @duntano @hope15 and all ITA recipients... May goodnews follow you all including me o..

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by QSola: 6:10pm On Dec 07
Pls has anyone evaluated OND n HND with ICES. Pls wot was the outcome and can I use standard mail as mode of delivery to me. Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Hope15: 6:11pm On Dec 07
Amen.....and definitely

caon:
congrats oooo.very soon we all shall testify
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Jesuba: 6:19pm On Dec 07
Amazing news all day, Congrats to all PPR and ITA recipents.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Blackbuddy: 6:19pm On Dec 07
PefHouse:


Thanks Blackbuddy, very helpful.

But note that Im talking about claiming points to get into the EE pool. For Post ITA submission stage (If i am picked) i anticipate that he/she would have the PR card by then and I can submit it as evidence. Do you get, technically he/she is landing as a Permanent Residence right?

Thanks

Okay, all the best.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by dammysanmi(m): 6:30pm On Dec 07
Thread 3!!! Get those PPRs/COPRs people.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by happytbaby: 6:38pm On Dec 07
At what point is the sibling now?

PefHouse:


Thanks Blackbuddy, very helpful.

But note that Im talking about claiming points to get into the EE pool. For Post ITA submission stage (If i am picked) i anticipate that he/she would have the PR card by then and I can submit it as evidence. Do you get, technically he/she is landing as a Permanent Residence right?

Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by GlitteringStar(f): 6:52pm On Dec 07
40manlappy:


@GlitteringStar May ITA fall on you in the next draw wink


Amen! Thanks boss.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by PefHouse: 6:54pm On Dec 07
happytbaby:
At what point is the sibling now?


Submitting PPR
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by sleekysilk: 7:19pm On Dec 07
ademo1:
Good day to you all.
I have been calculating my point using crs calculator but my age is 35 years which cuts down my point drastically. My question is; can I cut down my age to 31 years without being noticed athat all so that I can claim additional 25 points on the age?
Please gurus, I need answer because I have tried my best on ielts but seems I am limited to average of LWSR 6.5, 7, 8, 8. The listening is very difficult for me. I hope u understand my plight. Please, the question is on the age which I will reflect it on my international passport.
I will appreciate it if I can get answer
What u are asking/trying to do is called MISREPRESENTATION. And it may attract a life ban.
If I may ask, which age did u register the IELTS you posted the result with? Which age was on the international passport you used in registering the said IELTS? Or have u forgotten you have a record with BC or immigration?
Just focus on retaking your IELTS and aim at scoring 8 in listening while you maintain the performance of others. Don't misrepresent. My 2kobo.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by cochtrane: 7:19pm On Dec 07
jill60060:
WASHINGTON – The President of the U.S Donald Trump has said his administration would put an end to the long-existing Diversity Visa (DV) lottery program.

Reads like fake news to me. There's no Raymond Arthur with the BBC.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by sleekchic(f): 7:29pm On Dec 07
You made me laugh with the last line of your response. You are very nice and oh so polite.

mcstan18:


Class of degree has ZERO impact in what happens here.
With less than one year work experience, your scores would likely hover around the 390-410 points(depending on the outcome of your IELTS of course). That's not too good, except you'd like to opt for the PNP since you are still young enough, in case there's any significant delay. For most provinces, to be eligible, you still need a score of 400 and above.

Please which school did you graduate from again? I'm just being curious.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by sleekchic(f): 7:33pm On Dec 07
mb92:
Good afternoon my dear brothers and sisters
Am and news and I believe am in the right please were I gat get help and assistance too please am planing to relocate to Canada and am very impress with what I do see here I have also gone through the 1,2 even the part3 Please help out I don't where to start from

-i have a first class in Business Information system, I graduated 2015
- am 25 year I will be 26 next month and am single
-I just completed my nysc last month novernber
- I have been working in a company since I return home since March last year to November
It was that november I started my nysc till November year and I after my service I went back to the company where I was working before my nysc although is not I.T company bout I work there as an analyst
- i also have a Certificate in network security

Please where will i start base on the summary of my qualification and work expirnce I checked my scores in CIC it was 407 although I have not written IELTS yet do one I have is no more valid again it was since 2013
Please would it better or would I stand a better chance when I secure a job there be going in the pool thanks
God bless

First Class? Wow! Congratulations.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by happytbaby: 7:36pm On Dec 07
"The sibling is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, living in Canada"

You will have to wait till the sibling has COPR and has landed (not short landing please). They can easily verify this information, if you get the ITA based on these additional points whilst your sibling is not yet 'living' in Canada, you may have to reject it or risk denial.



happytbaby:
At what point is the sibling now?

Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by elfmann: 7:38pm On Dec 07
Why don't u open that front, buddy?
QSola:
Pls has anyone evaluated OND n HND with ICES. Pls wot was the outcome and can I use standard mail as mode of delivery to me. Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by elfmann: 7:39pm On Dec 07
Nigerian first class. Bwahahahaha.
sleekchic:


First Class? Wow! Congratulations.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by mcstan18(m): 7:49pm On Dec 07
elfmann:
Nigerian first class. Bwahahahaha.

Be nice na, haba! grin
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by duntano: 7:55pm On Dec 07
Wiseoldman:
Please which province did u go through?

Nova Scotia
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by koonlay5: 7:57pm On Dec 07
Please Seniors, For travel history for a family,

"Has Bleep, and if applicable, Bleep's family members taken any trips outside their country of origin or of residence in the last ten years (or since their 18th birthday if this was less than ten years ago). Include all trips: tourism, business, training, etc

Is this applicable to the PA only or the PA, parents and siblings or PA and spouse?
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Medal007: 7:57pm On Dec 07
happytbaby:
Mcstan,

I am thinking I know what you are thinking, do not go there. God is watching you in 3D.

LOL if u are thinking you know pls beg him not to do that o
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Bsbabe: 8:12pm On Dec 07
happytbaby:
Mcstan,

I am thinking I know what you are thinking, do not go there. God is watching you in 3D.


Buhaha grin
Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Faaz09(f): 8:13pm On Dec 07
Congratulations
threadstone:
Decision to travel: March
Passport application and Collection: April (3 weeks)
IELTS: June 3 (LRWS 9,8.5,7.5,7)
ECA: September 6 WES Received (Masters) - missed ITA by approx 45 mins
ITA: September 20
eAPR- AOR: October 31
Medical Passed: November 10
IP1: November 10
NA2: November 17
We do not need additional documents: December 2
ADR request (Additional Family Information): December 4
ADR Submitted: December 5
IP2: December 5

PPR: December 7

Total duration AOR-PPR: 37 days

Travel History: South West Nigeria

Sent a mail for visa office on the 22nd and 27th – No response yet.
When I saw “We do not need additional documents”, fear don dey grip me say I don dey road to London as some people have observed before but like they say, each application is different.
POF: A little high for a single applicant (Gift deed, Personal Income and Pension, about 94% came in the week before AOR sha)
Reference, pcc et al gotten, scanned and ready before ITA.

Vote of thanks
Zandora, dupyshoo, Blackbuddy, Cochtrane, kontagious, 40manlappy, Mummyjaygirls, Hephgirl, Algbenguze, bbaby84 einsteino, elfmann and all the many other people that time will not permit me to mention.
PS- Glitteringstar Newmum0615 balogunsam Justintrudeau mcstan18 et al, we dey wait for una o

I buy one plot of land for page 0. Make I go update am grin grin grin

Stumbled on Zandora's thread at page 420 and made sure i read every single one of it till date. It pays a lot to read.

Finally I can now also join the living in canada thread too. grin

Any questions.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/Federal Skilled Workers Program-Connect Here Part 3 by Bsbabe: 8:17pm On Dec 07
ademo1:
Good day to you all.
I have been calculating my point using crs calculator but my age is 35 years which cuts down my point drastically. My question is; can I cut down my age to 31 years without being noticed athat all so that I can claim additional 25 points on the age?
Please gurus, I need answer because I have tried my best on ielts but seems I am limited to average of LWSR 6.5, 7, 8, 8. The listening is very difficult for me. I hope u understand my plight. Please, the question is on the age which I will reflect it on my international passport.
I will appreciate it if I can get answer

Even though we understand your plight, what you’re asking is completely criminal and will earn you a ban so gbogboro that you will never be able to step out of your home state again. Please don’t attempt it. There are people here who are above 40 years old and have sought other means e.g. a Provincial nomination to boost their chances when all else fails. And this is even when they have maxed out all their scores on IELTS. Please get back to your IELTS study and practice. A few sleepless nights in order to ace an IELTS exam is way better than long lonely nights in a ‘PHCNless’ society if indeed that’s the society you are trying to escape from.

A word is enough for the wise. I beg you, don’t do it.

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