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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Kaycee54321: 5:21pm On Jul 09
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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by IseeJoy: 6:12pm On Jul 09
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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by bezimo(m): 6:25pm On Jul 09
Any new comers to Winnipeg? Dm me.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by bezimo(m): 6:32pm On Jul 09
intrinsicniyi:
Good day all, trust everyone is doing amazingly well.

I wish to ask a question: “Can I use my master’s degree statement of result together with my transcript to apply for ECA evaluation with WES or any of the service provider for the Canada Express Entry?” I wish to use the statement of result as a supplant for the original certificate (certificate will take 4 months to be issued & I can’t wait).

Thanks as I anticipate a response.


I doubt..they need the transcript sent directly from your school and degree certificate.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by mbhs139(m): 10:38pm On Jul 09
Hotstepper:
I thought the person who posted said GTA



Call him, if it's what he can handle he will let you know. Say you're from Nigeria and mention Mariam.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by mbhs139(m): 10:48pm On Jul 09
Deeshe1:
Hello Guys,

Have a little concern, I am 5th of March AOR and my application will be 6 months by 5th September.
I intend resigning from my office by the end of this month July, decision was made because my employer is aware of my application for canada PR and he has already hired my replacement to handover.
I also want to take the remaining time prior to my application approval to start preparing for my NCA licensing exam in canada being in a regulated profession.

My question: Is it ok for me to resign before getting PPR, I hope it wont affect my application.
I intend raising a CSE to inform CIC immediately i resign with explanations.
And I already have over 5 years of working experience which makes me eligible Pre ITA and Post AOR.

thanks.

First and foremost, why were you that careless that your employer get to know before PPR. This kind thing, na after PPR person dey let the dog out of the bag, when you already know say CoPR don sure. Anyway, nothing do you. Just maintain your champion. You no need to IRCC anything. Are they monitoring your life ni?

Even though when they give you PPR, it is clearly written in the letter that you don't take irreversible decisions like resignation from job, buying airline tickets and all that. But the fact is that, there's a 99.9% chance that you'll be given the CoPR once you get the PPR.

Another thing is, if you're very sure of all your documents, that if when they even call for an ADR you'll and can conviniently produce it without bathing an eyelid, you're good to go brother.

Just concentrate on whatever it is you want to do here that will make life easier for you here, even though it is easy already, except you dey find what Yorùbá call "bẹ́kun-bẹ́kún"

My one cent opinion

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by DadR: 4:28am On Jul 10
Ok, thanks for the feedback.

Please, do you have the soft copy of the study book you purchased? If yes, can I DM you to have it?

Thanks.

DPizzy:

I believe you could study for the exam prior to landing, but you can only write the exam in Canada as of now.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Baby88: 6:33am On Jul 10
Deeshe1:
Hello Guys,

Have a little concern, I am 5th of March AOR and my application will be 6 months by 5th September.
I intend resigning from my office by the end of this month July, decision was made because my employer is aware of my application for canada PR and he has already hired my replacement to handover.
I also want to take the remaining time prior to my application approval to start preparing for my NCA licensing exam in canada being in a regulated profession.

My question: Is it ok for me to resign before getting PPR, I hope it wont affect my application.
I intend raising a CSE to inform CIC immediately i resign with explanations.
And I already have over 5 years of working experience which makes me eligible Pre ITA and Post AOR.

thanks.




But why would you want to resign when you have not gotten ppr mail. Or are you tired of your recent job . It’s always advisable to chill till ppr Mail is on your mail box. My 50cent.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by tessytessy(f): 8:06am On Jul 10
The deed has already been done.

Do as you have planned. There is a 99% chance that your COPR will be issued.

What documents did you submit to NCA?
Deeshe1:
Hello Guys,

Have a little concern, I am 5th of March AOR and my application will be 6 months by 5th September.
I intend resigning from my office by the end of this month July, decision was made because my employer is aware of my application for canada PR and he has already hired my replacement to handover.
I also want to take the remaining time prior to my application approval to start preparing for my NCA licensing exam in canada being in a regulated profession.

My question: Is it ok for me to resign before getting PPR, I hope it wont affect my application.
I intend raising a CSE to inform CIC immediately i resign with explanations.
And I already have over 5 years of working experience which makes me eligible Pre ITA and Post AOR.

thanks.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Jejebabaa: 8:10am On Jul 10
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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by jollyjols: 8:52am On Jul 10
Deeshe1:
Hello Guys,

Have a little concern, I am 5th of March AOR and my application will be 6 months by 5th September.
I intend resigning from my office by the end of this month July, decision was made because my employer is aware of my application for canada PR and he has already hired my replacement to handover.
I also want to take the remaining time prior to my application approval to start preparing for my NCA licensing exam in canada being in a regulated profession.

My question: Is it ok for me to resign before getting PPR, I hope it wont affect my application.
I intend raising a CSE to inform CIC immediately i resign with explanations.
And I already have over 5 years of working experience which makes me eligible Pre ITA and Post AOR.

thanks.








You do not need to inform CIC except it involves a chnage in address or directly affects your application like a child or marriage. If the work experience claimed is enough in terms of years of work. you do not need to inform them. DONT COMPLICATE YOUR APPLICATION. Good luck

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Deeshe1: 9:56am On Jul 10
mbhs139:


Mr Bekun Bekun, lol, my employer got to know because he issued my reference letter at the point of submission, and trust me every employer in naija knows what an IRCC employment reference letter looks like even if the subject is "to whom it may concern".
Secondly, CIC clearly stated on their web form that changes in employment should be reported, hence, my thoughts for notifying them.
But I will take to your advise and reconsider before making a decision.
Many thanks for your response.
Cheers.

First and foremost, why were you that careless that your employer get to know before PPR. This kind thing, na after PPR person dey let the dog out of the bag, when you already know say CoPR don sure. Anyway, nothing do you. Just maintain your champion. You no need to IRCC anything. Are they monitoring your life ni?

Even though when they give you PPR, it is clearly written in the letter that you don't take irreversible decisions like resignation from job, buying airline tickets and all that. But the fact is that, there's a 99.9% chance that you'll be given the CoPR once you get the PPR.

Another thing is, if you're very sure of all your documents, that if when they even call for an ADR you'll and can conviniently produce it without bathing an eyelid, you're good to go brother.

Just concentrate on whatever it is you want to do here that will make life easier for you here, even though it is easy already, except you dey find what Yorùbá call "bẹ́kun-bẹ́kún"

My one cent opinion
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Deeshe1: 9:57am On Jul 10
[quote author=Deeshe1 post=80118238][/quote]
Mr Bekun Bekun, lol, my employer got to know because he issued my reference letter at the point of submission, and trust me every employer in naija knows what an IRCC employment reference letter looks like even if the subject is "to whom it may concern".
Secondly, CIC clearly stated on their web form that changes in employment should be reported, hence, my thoughts for notifying them.
But I will take to your advise and reconsider before making a decision.
Many thanks for your response.
Cheers.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Deeshe1: 10:14am On Jul 10
Thanks,

LLB was sent from Uni,ref letter from NBA and Transcript was sent from Law School.

cheers

tessytessy:
The deed has already been done.

Do as you have planned. There is a 99% chance that your COPR will be issued.

What documents did you submit to NCA?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Deeshe1: 10:17am On Jul 10
Many thanks bro, it was clearly stated on their site that changes in employment status should be reported. see this link https://secure.cic.gc.ca/enquiries-renseignements/canada-case-cas-eng.aspx
jollyjols:









You do not need to inform CIC except it involves a chnage in address or directly affects your application like a child or marriage. If the work experience claimed is enough in terms of years of work. you do not need to inform them. DONT COMPLICATE YOUR APPLICATION. Good luck
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by jollyjols: 11:26am On Jul 10
Deeshe1:
Many thanks bro, it was clearly stated on their site that changes in employment status should be reported. see this link https://secure.cic.gc.ca/enquiries-renseignements/canada-case-cas-eng.aspx




This is not a change in employment. That is because of verification purposes. In this case you are not taking up a new employment. Your 5 years cover the experience needed.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by jollyjols: 11:28am On Jul 10
jollyjols:





This is not a change in employment. That is because of verification purposes. In this case you are not taking up a new employment. Your 5 years cover the experience needed.

You can report if you wish to but from experience and common knowledge, it is not really necessary. If you feel so strongly about it, please go ahead to put your mind at ease.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Deeshe1: 11:38am On Jul 10
thanks alot Jollyjols, if you are convinced that people have the same experience and re in Canada today then i won't bother.

cheers.
jollyjols:


You can report if you wish to but from experience and common knowledge, it is not really necessary. If you feel so strongly about it, please go ahead to put your mind at ease.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by potosky: 3:20pm On Jul 10
Any advice for a graduate of criminology and security studies graduate without work experience?
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by seakomol: 5:20pm On Jul 10
Crime does not pay. One day the arms of the law will catch up with you. (Just being cheesy) lol!

potosky:
Any advice for a graduate of criminology and security studies graduate without work experience?

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by dfanz: 5:22pm On Jul 10
Resigning before PPR won't affect your application but why would you want to do that? CIC is unpredictable, processing times differ. PPR could come next week or even next year. Do you really want to take that chance?

Deeshe1:
Hello Guys,

Have a little concern, I am 5th of March AOR and my application will be 6 months by 5th September.
I intend resigning from my office by the end of this month July, decision was made because my employer is aware of my application for canada PR and he has already hired my replacement to handover.
I also want to take the remaining time prior to my application approval to start preparing for my NCA licensing exam in canada being in a regulated profession.

My question: Is it ok for me to resign before getting PPR, I hope it wont affect my application.
I intend raising a CSE to inform CIC immediately i resign with explanations.
And I already have over 5 years of working experience which makes me eligible Pre ITA and Post AOR.

thanks.

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Whiteshirtsonly: 6:40pm On Jul 10
Hi guys..
1. Please if one needs to cargo stuff (in case of extra luggage), how does one go abut doing so?
2. Also, which is better? Cargo stuff or paying extra luggage at the airport?

Thanks
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by potosky: 7:03pm On Jul 10
seakomol:
Crime does not pay. One day the arms of the law will catch up with you. (Just being cheesy) lol!

grin
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by salford: 7:06pm On Jul 10
potosky:
Any advice for a graduate of criminology and security studies graduate without work experience?
Law enforcement.
IT security.
Think in that line.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Liz019: 7:28pm On Jul 10
CARGO OOOO!!! I MADE THE MISTAKE OF SETTLING FOR EXTRA LUGGAGE. I'm still regretting that decision.

Whiteshirtsonly:
Hi guys..
1. Please if one needs to cargo stuff (in case of extra luggage), how does one go abut doing so?
2. Also, which is better? Cargo stuff or paying extra luggage at the airport?

Thanks

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Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MaloryTowers: 8:28pm On Jul 10
Hi Deeshe! I changed jobs but did not inform CIC....until request for Schedule A. I believe that the change in employment referred to in the link you shared is relevant for CEC applicants because that change directly affects the application.


Deeshe1:
thanks alot Jollyjols, if you are convinced that people have the same experience and re in Canada today then i won't bother.

cheers.
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Deeshe1: 8:45pm On Jul 10
Thanks MaloryTowers.
I won’t bother informing them since it isn’t necessary.
Cheers.
MaloryTowers:
Hi Deeshe! I changed jobs but did not inform CIC....until request for Schedule A. I believe that the change in employment referred to in the link you shared is relevant for CEC applicants because that change directly affects the application.


Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by mbhs139(m): 8:54pm On Jul 10
[quote author=Deeshe1 post=80118238][/quote]

grin grin
Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by kike100: 9:05pm On Jul 10
IT professionals waiting for PPR,keep building competency around the ff, am sure you guys will understand it better than I do. 1-9 are some of the leading roles been filled daily.

1-Back-End Developer
2-Full-Stack Developer
3-iOS Developer
4-Senior Java Developer
5-Web Front-End developer
6-Senior Web Developer
7-Server-Client Application
8-Software Developer
9-Software Developer, Tools & Infrastructure
10. Mobile Automation


Knowledge of performance tools-JMeter,LoadUI,Kibana(Performance Test)
Jaws/NVDA for windows, Voiceover for iOS(Accessibility testing)
Selenium, Appium,Jenkins, Maven(Mibile Automation +Mobile Manual QA)

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