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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ednut1(m): 9:03am On Dec 05, 2020
Rbae:
Wow!
I used the search button now and saw this thread.

Please, I need help on how to go about saskatchewan immigrant nominee programme. ? Please, do I need IELTS exam ready before applying? Thanks.


https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/moving-to-saskatchewan/immigrating-to-saskatchewan/saskatchewan-immigrant-nominee-program yes

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ednut1(m): 9:05am On Dec 05, 2020
Agbebakun22:




Okay thanks I have a friend in Canada he said I should done research on how to relocate there but is there anyway she can help me maybe by giving me letter to give embassy.. Just want to get info on what to do i'm still young not done with sch yet but told her I want to have cert first... Can she help me to relocate as she's a citizen there or PR
she can't help you in any way except she marries you.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Agbebakun22(m): 9:19am On Dec 05, 2020
ednut1:
she can't help you in any way except she marries you.



Oh I thought she can actually send a visitation letter to me that I will forward to Embassy so with that they can know I have someone I wanna visits there
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Agbebakun22(m): 9:21am On Dec 05, 2020
[quote author=ednut1 post=96748987]she can't help you in any way except she marries


Pls what are the procedures I will take to migrate, currently I'm still in sch ain't finished with studies and how much will it cost me to run everything including passport and visa
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ednut1(m): 9:29am On Dec 05, 2020
Agbebakun22:




Oh I thought she can actually send a visitation letter to me that I will forward to Embassy so with that they can know I have someone I wanna visits there
this is canada, let her come visit you. They wont give you have you have no ties to Nigeria that will bring you back ( for visit visa) e.g a good job, business, properties etc.

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ednut1(m): 9:32am On Dec 05, 2020
[quote author=Agbebakun22 post=96749542][/quote]https://www.nairaland.com/6081746/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled you currently dont qualify, you need 3 years work experience, a masters or second degree, high ielts or french test etc. You currently dont qualify for permanent residence, for visit too you don't also qualify, let her come visit u or go to Dubai make una meet up

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by hrmadrid: 9:56am On Dec 05, 2020
Hello chief, want to ask if there is any other route apart from applying for express entry or school for someone that his father is in Canada and is 27 years old to migrate to Canada.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by etare788(f): 12:59pm On Dec 05, 2020
Please explain this further
Because i graduated with 2:2 and i heard i cant use that to go for a masters, i was advised to do PGD

My question is: Can WES evaluation replace PGD?
nairalandbuzz:


You can do diploma na... or postgraduate. if you evaluate your WES, it will be regarded as postgraduate and some schools might accept it for masters...

start first
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Rbae: 2:02pm On Dec 05, 2020
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Agbebakun22(m): 6:11pm On Dec 05, 2020
ednut1:
https://www.nairaland.com/6081746/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled you currently dont qualify, you need 3 years work experience, a masters or second degree, high ielts or french test etc. You currently dont qualify for permanent residence, for visit too you don't also qualify, let her come visit u or go to Dubai make una meet up


Okay thank you how about having my BSc first before migrating to Canada with that also help too
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by jaeybee98(m): 9:42am On Dec 07, 2020
ednut1:
https://www.nairaland.com/6081746/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled you currently dont qualify, you need 3 years work experience, a masters or second degree, high ielts or french test etc. You currently dont qualify for permanent residence, for visit too you don't also qualify, let her come visit u or go to Dubai make una meet up
Hello, i heard FUTA's degree qualifies for two or more degrees. Is it true?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by nairalandbuzz(m): 8:53pm On Dec 07, 2020
etare788:
Please explain this further
Because i graduated with 2:2 and i heard i cant use that to go for a masters, i was advised to do PGD

My question is: Can WES evaluation replace PGD?
WES does not evaluate first class or 2.1 or 2.2 Wes Evaluates OND, HND, BSc, PGD, Masters, PhD even diploma.

So don't disturb urself with 2.2 evaluation except you are only interested in a master's program and the prerequisite states they want PGD...

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by nairalandbuzz(m): 8:54pm On Dec 07, 2020
hrmadrid:
Hello chief, want to ask if there is any other route apart from applying for express entry or school for someone that his father is in Canada and is 27 years old to migrate to Canada.
Provincial Nomination is the surest way... He does not need high IELTS...

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by RonkeGoke(f): 2:48am On Dec 09, 2020
Yeah definitely. You need your IELTS.
Rbae:
Wow!
I used the search button now and saw this thread.

Please, I need help on how to go about saskatchewan immigrant nominee programme. ? Please, do I need IELTS exam ready before applying? Thanks.


Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Rbae: 5:59am On Dec 09, 2020
RonkeGoke:
Yeah definitely. You need your IELTS.



Ok. Thanks ma'am.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Nkem111: 4:56pm On Dec 09, 2020
Hello,

Please can anyone help me with the required form for finger print collection so I can send for processing police clearance certificate in Nigeria. I am currently in Canada and heard i need to send a form with my finger prints. Can't seem to find it online

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by BabyCanada: 4:34pm On Dec 10, 2020
Hello guys!
I got my study visa and I'm to come to Regina soon. Is there anyone that has an affordable place to rent close to University of Regina? Thanks. Oh also, apart from the cold, what else should I expect? Is there any University of Regina student or graduate in the house?.....Hello?

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by hrmadrid: 4:52pm On Dec 10, 2020
nairalandbuzz:

Provincial Nomination is the surest way... He does not need high IELTS...
I will like to give you a call.
Can you help with that?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by cyris: 10:42am On Jan 17
Hello
I am a PhD student in the University of Saskatchewan but i can help with Regina.
reach me on whatsapp +16399162466
BabyCanada:
Hello guys!
I got my study visa and I'm to come to Regina soon. Is there anyone that has an affordable place to rent close to University of Regina? Thanks. Oh also, apart from the cold, what else should I expect? Is there any University of Regina student or graduate in the house?.....Hello?

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by meetchandus(m): 6:26pm On Jan 18
Folafikemi:
Ok I have been a PR here in Saskatchewan province and living in Regina City for over a year now.... As Salford rightly said, this is about the most easiest province to relocate to from Nigeria and Not regret ever having to make such decisions Cos it's easier to start all over again here unlike the bigger cities where u have to husstle and die to "make it". I was in ON, saw the standard of living compared with SK and I take SK ove On any day. Almost missed my flight back to SK from ON dues to gridlock like the one on Lagos Island. � �

Life is easier here though minimu wage is low but it's 90% a take over naija any day. I got my vehicle all paid up withing 5months of working and a decent apartment in Greens Gardiner for those that knows Regina City and so far it's been a journey worth it..

Yes it's lonely and the reason u need to move here with Ur family. And if u single then u can explore.

Above all no regret so far as I no pass my boundary and being a PR is the best I can wish for now. Citizenship loading in a jeefeey... �

The Greens nice neighborhood.The best in the east end.I notice a lot of Nigerians are on this side of the city..How’s Regina been for you so far? find it a bit too small though
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Ifeoma33: 4:57am On Jan 21
Hi, please can anyone help with clarity. Will be submitting my sinp application soon under the student category. Do we need to include degree from Nigeria in this category. I don't have my transcripts right now. Please an urgent response would be appreciated!

Anyone who has applied through a student category in Canada should please help.

Thank you

Thank you
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by agbasi(m): 6:49am On Feb 23
Hello all.

Been a while I came here. I live in Regina Saskatchewan. I live in Harbour Landing; for those who know Regina well.

If you are coming here on PR or as a Student, you might need some tit-bits on how to settle down. Just feel free to reach out to me. And when you arrive, just holla too, can create time and show you around.
Regina is perfect for a family person and also for students. Can be a little boring though especially if you have no social circle to mingle with. But it is economically tailor-made for those coming from Nigeria with standard budget. Best place I think from which to ease oneself gently into Canadian Life.

Email me at branphilo@gmail.com if you have some quick questions or you are coming to Regina. Indicate Naija on the subject line.

Folafikemi was on point below.

Ciao

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Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Doree: 7:48pm On Mar 28
Anybody here?

Pls I need advice on settling between University of Saskatchewan and University of Dalhousie in Nova Scotia.
Speaking in terms of affordability and convenience of the localities.
Also for ease of getting work and PR
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Degovmob: 8:33am On Apr 23
Hello, thank you for your post. I just received an ITA to apply for the SINP. But, I am worried because even though my POF is complete, the complete fund has not been in my account for 3 months. I started building the account from September 2020 and just completed it last month.

Please, has anyone been in this situation before and what could be done at this point in time?


agbasi:
Hello all.

Been a while I came here. I live in Regina Saskatchewan. I live in Harbour Landing; for those who know Regina well.

If you are coming here on PR or as a Student, you might need some tit-bits on how to settle down. Just feel free to reach out to me. And when you arrive, just holla too, can create time and show you around.
Regina is perfect for a family person and also for students. Can be a little boring though especially if you have no social circle to mingle with. But it is economically tailor-made for those coming from Nigeria with standard budget. Best place I think from which to ease oneself gently into Canadian Life.

Email me at branphilo@gmail.com if you have some quick questions or you are coming to Regina. Indicate Naija on the subject line.

Folafikemi was on point below.

Ciao
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by meetchandus(m): 3:17am On Apr 29
not a little boring bro but very boring..The worst combination ever is living in Regina, the brutal winter and covid lockdown restrictions...#Damn**

agbasi:
Hello all.

Been a while I came here. I live in Regina Saskatchewan. I live in Harbour Landing; for those who know Regina well.

If you are coming here on PR or as a Student, you might need some tit-bits on how to settle down. Just feel free to reach out to me. And when you arrive, just holla too, can create time and show you around.
Regina is perfect for a family person and also for students. Can be a little boring though especially if you have no social circle to mingle with. But it is economically tailor-made for those coming from Nigeria with standard budget. Best place I think from which to ease oneself gently into Canadian Life.

Email me at branphilo@gmail.com if you have some quick questions or you are coming to Regina. Indicate Naija on the subject line.

Folafikemi was on point below.

Ciao
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by adewalefashola: 12:59pm On May 01
Hello,
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by HopeLoveLife: 9:03am On May 08
Degovmob:
Hello, thank you for your post. I just received an ITA to apply for the SINP. But, I am worried because even though my POF is complete, the complete fund has not been in my account for 3 months. I started building the account from September 2020 and just completed it last month.

Please, has anyone been in this situation before and what could be done at this point in time?


Please when did you apply for the EOI? Just want to know how long it took them to send you ITA. Thank you.
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by MostSoughtAfte(f): 8:09pm On May 09
salford1:

No. I highly doubt anyone can secure a nursing job from outside Canada. Nursing is regulated, hence you will need a provincial license for an employer in Sask to consider you. It might be easier for that to be done in the US or UK.
What about an accounting Job for someone coming from Nigeria. I’m An ACCA part qualified account and I have an advance diploma in accounting. Is it possible for me to get a job there to boost my point....Awaiting ur reply m, thanks
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by xavuv(m): 8:21am On May 27
Hello friends,

I received an invitation to submit an application (ISA) for SINP under the OID stream. The NOC i chose was 0711 (construction managers). This NOC is NOT on the excluded occupation list.

I have been working with a construction company here in Nigeria for more than 5 years, overseeing construction projects along with my boss. My job description clearly fits that of a construction manager.

Here is the issue. The course i studied in school is urban and regional planning (i did WES for this degree), and urban and regional planning is listed on the excluded occupation list.

would this make my application ineligible?
Do i is till go ahead and submit the application?

I don't want to dash away 300CAD application fee.

Mbok, pls advise me
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by ogunleyesijibomi: 10:53am On May 27
Hello house... Please i plan to apply for Saskatchewan nominee program .. I need someone that reside in Saskatchewan to act as sibling to give me more point and to make me quality for the program.

seunlayi:
Are you sure you are not the only Nigerian in that town?
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by LadyJasper: 11:09am On May 27
ogunleyesijibomi:
Hello house... Please i plan to apply for Saskatchewan nominee program .. I need someone that reside in Saskatchewan to act as sibling to give me more point and to make me quality for the program.

That is fraud!
Re: Living In Saskatchewan, Canada by Kpokey: 12:51pm On May 27
Lade3313:
Hello guys..
Please I need all the help I can get..
Anyone in University of Saskatchewan ?
I tried to apply for MSc in Animal and poultry science since last year..part of the college requirements , i have to choose, contact a project supervisor based on my chosen department.
I have sent several mails not response from any.. I even mailed the head of department but no response either..
Please I need help on how to go about it..
Or probably you can suggest any university/college I can also apply for that the tuition is still very favorable like that of uni sack..
Thank you all God bless

pls can we chat on whatsapp or emai 07082107931/ adaezejenny82@gmail.com

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