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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by abnot: 8:24pm On Nov 23, 2020
isaacola57:
how do u do listening since u can't write on question paper on cbt.. ? It seems hard to do.. wats ur scope

I answer directly on the screen via radio button (mouse click), drag & drop (mouse) and type (keyboard) for fill in the blank. Results come out in 3 - 5 days

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by bukkie04(f): 8:36pm On Nov 23, 2020
bukkie04:
Good afternoon in this great house,

Please I need professional advice on my status

My spouse has disparity in his date of birth. WES gave a date he used in the past while his Passport has is real date.
I used the WES like that in my profile to be in the pool.
Afterwards, I created a profile for PNP. I'm praying and hopeful for selection in any of the profiles.

Please my question is what will your advice be as regards my Spouse's age disparity? Is there a way around it?


Good evening my seniors, please I need help on what to do/how to go about it.
Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Nobody: 8:43pm On Nov 23, 2020
Holufunmee:
Hello people, congratulations to those with PPR. please i know Wes no longer requires waec, but i need to evaluate my waec cos of a particular noc i am adding to work experience. Please i have started evaluating my bsc and pgd before i got this information, i have been trying to reach Wes like crazy for about 2weeks now to no avail. Can i just go to waec and ask them to send my result to wes? What do i do please?

From my understanding, IRCC does not require us to show that we meet the educational prerequisites of our chosen NOC e.g. if your NOC has high school diploma aka WAEC under employment requirements, IRCC doesn't need proof of it.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/permanent-residence/economic-classes/federal-skilled-workers/assessing-applications-against-minimum-requirements.html

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by isaacola57: 8:45pm On Nov 23, 2020
abnot:


I answer directly on the screen via radio button (mouse click), drag & drop (mouse) and type (keyboard) for fill in the blank. Results come out in 3 - 5 days
answering straight on the screen that's tough cuz in the paper own u can quickly write the answer so I don't lose track.. can I send u a pm
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Francieuche: 8:48pm On Nov 23, 2020
MissMa01:

No you must not claim if your score can fetch you an ITA but be sure to mention that you have a sibling
Thanks
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by alegria07: 8:53pm On Nov 23, 2020
MissMa01:

Another question we have no idea about. Like someone advised earlier on, you should ask this on Living in Canada thread as they are better suited to answer any COPR/PPR related topic

Very true. Thanks.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by ituajude: 9:25pm On Nov 23, 2020
Help pleaseeeeeee.

ituajude:
Hello guys,
If I buy Treasury Bills or do Fixed Deposit with my Proof of Funds few weeks before ITA, do I need to submit a bank statement too?

I would surely get a reference letter from the bank (for the T.bill / fixed deposit) but I want to know if it's necessary to include a 6 month statement.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by abnot: 9:25pm On Nov 23, 2020
isaacola57:
answering straight on the screen that's tough cuz in the paper own u can quickly write the answer so I don't lose track.. can I send u a pm
Cool.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by ShoeShineGuy: 9:46pm On Nov 23, 2020
phabulous88:


In listening, you’re not even supposed to write in the question paper, whether CBT or paper based. You should write your answers directly?? as the recording only plays once

Na wa o! Like seriously?? shocked See the way you're saying it with all confidence sef. Chai!! Nothing Musa nor go see for this our gate here.
Weldone.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by pdace: 9:50pm On Nov 23, 2020
Good Evening Guys, please assist with an advice on this. Thank you.
pdace:
Good Day,

Please i need assistance on the best NOC to use for the Job duties below

Job Title: Tour and Cruise Sales Consultant
Responsibility/Duties below
. Create Travel itineraries for clients.
• Provide hotel and tour options and advice clients on best options.
• Ensure all travel activities are booked, from flight, hotel, tours and transfer
reservations .
• Advice Clients on best Cruise time and itineraries to ensure an enjoyable trip.
• Reserve Cruise trips for guests and assist with check in, on-board and outdoor
activities
• Create itineraries for group trips, and ensure all members of the group has a
pleasurable trip.
• Create Itineraries for School trips
• Communicate all travel details and changes with clients.
• Attend to all Corporate travel request, and ensure that all services are duly rendered
by following up with all Suppliers.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Debomoh: 10:07pm On Nov 23, 2020
phabulous88:


In listening, you’re not even supposed to write in the question paper, whether CBT or paper based. You should write your answers directly as the recording only plays once
Fake news. You write your answers in the question book for the paper based and you are given 10mins to transfer. Stop confusing people.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Ikepooni(f): 10:08pm On Nov 23, 2020
phabulous88:


In listening, you’re not even supposed to write in the question paper, whether CBT or paper based. You should write your answers directly as the recording only plays once

That is not true. You can write on your question paper. Its just not advisable because it’s a bit distracting. Its best to listen, get the answer and write it down immediately on the answer sheet. Go back and check for spelling or any errors at the end of the section. Or just keep practicing and see which method is more suitable for you.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Francieuche: 10:16pm On Nov 23, 2020
Recently how long does ECA get ready after wes in progress update... Pls those who evaluated recently
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Ikepooni(f): 10:19pm On Nov 23, 2020
isaacola57:
how do u do listening since u can't write on question paper on cbt.. ? It seems hard to do.. wats ur scope

Please don’t let anyone mislead you. You can write on your question paper. It is not difficult, the key is practice!! Practice!!! . Try and simulate the real exam conditions, time yourself, realize your weakness. Also try using CBT, you might find it easier than paper. I did CBT and I found out it was easier. They give you headsets so you can listen and concentrate better....just increase to the loudest and you hear every word being said. The only downside is that you don’t have the extra time to transfer answers. So explore CBT no fear!!

Better still dear, go online and do your research yourself.... go on youtube you will see a lot of useful materials. Just type what you want and you get!!! Information is free, just do the work.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by phabulous88(m): 10:22pm On Nov 23, 2020
Ikepooni:


That is not true. You can write on your question paper. Its just not advisable because it’s a bit distracting. Its best to listen, get the answer and write it down immediately on the answer sheet. Go back and check for spelling or any errors at the end of the section. Or just keep practicing and see which method is more suitable for you.

The recording is played once. What’s the point writing your answers in the question paper, and then coming back to transfer the same answer to the answer sheet?

Why not write/type your answers directly in the answer sheets as the recording is playing, and then come back to correct any errors?
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by phabulous88(m): 10:23pm On Nov 23, 2020
ShoeShineGuy:


Na wa o! Like seriously?? shocked See the way you're saying it with all confidence sef. Chai!! Nothing Musa nor go see for this our gate here.
Weldone.

The recording is played once. What’s the point writing your answers in the question paper, and then coming back to transfer the same answer to the answer sheet?

Why not write/type your answers directly in the answer sheets as the recording is playing, and then come back to correct any errors?
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by phabulous88(m): 10:25pm On Nov 23, 2020
Debomoh:

Fake news. You write your answers in the question book for the paper based and you are given 10mins to transfer. Stop confusing people.

Wouldn’t you rather use the 10 minutes to cross check your work/errors, instead of using it to transfer answers?

It’s just my advice, take it or leave it
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Prehciousness: 10:28pm On Nov 23, 2020
Cheerfulmum:
Thanks alot. I've answered no.


How did you change to No because I also filled hubby's work history and we have to provide reference letter
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Ikepooni(f): 10:32pm On Nov 23, 2020
phabulous88:


The recording is played once. What’s the point writing your answers in the question paper, and then coming back to transfer the same answer to the answer sheet?

Why not write/type your answers directly in the answer sheets as the recording is playing, and then come back to correct any errors?

You could have helped him/her clarify you were advising. You made it sound like he is forbidden from doing it.

Even the instructions say you should write down and transfer your answers.And who is to say this method of writing down isn’t best for him/her? But as you have clarified it’s your advice.

Like i have said earlier, he should by himself find out which method works for him.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by emmatrack(m): 10:39pm On Nov 23, 2020
phabulous88:


It’s just my advice, take it or leave it
If you had indicated from the onset it was your advice and not a rule, you probably would have been applauded.
If I were you, I'd apologize and move on - after all no one is above mistake - but I guess that's difficult for you, right?
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Holufunmee: 10:49pm On Nov 23, 2020
I get. Thank you, but it's just better to err on the path of caution. someone i know got ADR asking to explain what eligibility he had to perform a certain NOC he used. So i am just trying to be careful.


Mmamaroon:


From my understanding, IRCC does not require us to show that we meet the educational prerequisites of our chosen NOC e.g. if your NOC has high school diploma aka WAEC under employment requirements, IRCC doesn't need proof of it.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/publications-manuals/operational-bulletins-manuals/permanent-residence/economic-classes/federal-skilled-workers/assessing-applications-against-minimum-requirements.html

Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by ituajude: 10:57pm On Nov 23, 2020
Hi I noticed you've gotten some weird advice and I'll try to give you an honest one - the method I used.

For computer based listening, practice is key. You're advised to write down the answers (a blank scratch paper was given to me) as you hear them because the recording WON'T be played again. I practiced this same scenario many times so I was confident before writing.

The questions are structured in sets of 5 or 10, and you'll have between 30seconds to 1minute between each question set. Use this time to review and type your answers.

Your answers per question won't be longer than 2 or 3 words so you shouldn't be worried about not having time to transfer your answers.

Once again, practice is key.
Good luck.

isaacola57:
answering straight on the screen that's tough cuz in the paper own u can quickly write the answer so I don't lose track.. can I send u a pm

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Wishlist: 11:03pm On Nov 23, 2020
Beautiful response smiley

ituajude:
Hi I noticed you've gotten some weird advice and I'll try to give you an honest one - the method I used.

For computer based listening, practice is key. You're advised to write down the answers (a blank scratch paper was given to me) as you hear them because the recording WON'T be played again. I practiced this same scenario many times so I was confident before writing.

The questions are structured in sets of 5 or 10, and you'll have between 30seconds to 1minutes between each question set. Use this time to review and type your answers.

Your answers per question won't be longer that 2 or 3 words so you shouldn't be worried about not having time to transfer your answers.

Once again, practice is key.
Good luck.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by WeAreDLucky1s: 11:22pm On Nov 23, 2020
AyeeshaB:
Hello all, I recently received ITA and I have a few questions.

1. Is it okay if the bank letter/ statement is up to 3 weeks old before the application submission date or what is a safe acceptable timeline? I do not know how long the bank would take to respond so I want to request now but I intend to submit my application around 12th-18th December. Please advise.

2. In a case where I want to include salary inflows into my account do I need the whole account statement for the duration or I can take a screenshot of the exact inflow days?

3. Do all the addresses on all my documents need to be the same (current address, PCC, bank statement/letter, Pension letter). I have not updated my addresses in some of my banks.

4. Is it okay after application to move money from where it was, I do not intend to spend it, I just want to Invest it while I wait for PPR because it has been lying in my dollar account for months with no interest. I ask because I know at entry they may ask for proof of funds, which I would have but probably might not be in the original account or it would show it was removed at some point and put back.

Thanks.

Hey AyeeshaB,

CAVEAT: I AM NOT A VO neither do I process applications for people, but like most people in this thread, I have applied for this, I want the best for everyone and surely, my application is in good stand. So, whatever is written below is an unbiased interpretation of what is on the IRCC's website alongside proven personal experience and knowledge from this forum.

I am particularly taking a keen interest in this question even if it has been answered multiple times before. This is because I delayed my "plugging" into the pool for almost 2 years searching for how to gather the POF, how to meet the requirement while ensuring that I abide by their rules (since 2017). Also, I feel it would be quite informative if I pour out all I know about it and the "general" confusion surrounding POF AND THE SIX MONTH SOA (Statement of Account).

I see the majority of your questions centers around POF, as such let's take a quick view of what qualifies in order to present an acceptable POF. (no sentiments attached)

So, I made a quick road trip to the IRCC's portal on the page with the sub-header "WHAT WE ACCEPT AS PROOF"; Link HERE. Image below.

In the image, I made some inkings with 4 Colours; - let me explain;
1. RED: What you cannot use - in your case, this has no effect, so we will skip it since you'll be using "Money in the Bank" (let's call it Cash). This by all means is the easiest form to prove because it is the sole form that meets their requirement 100%.

2. YELLOW: Borrowed Funds. Well, the only way the VO can prove that the money is not borrowed by you presenting ONLY A LETTER (This is what is requested) is by ensuring you have a history with the bank or financial institution, thus, the reason for the AVERAGE BALANCE FOR THE PAST 6 MONTHS. Note: this will be low if you just recently dropped a lump sum or rarely use the account. - A red flag. Also 6months Average is not 6Months SOA, in fact, you're actually giving the VO work to do by converting your raw data (cash entries) into 6months Average. - Sorry, no yellow inking on Nairaland tongue

3. GREEN: Readily available cash for settlement aka "everyday spending". This is where "CASH IS KING" got its entitlement and the edge over every other means for POF. Remember - CASH IS KING. I am a witness to this.

4. BLUE: How to Prove your money. This, clearly stated with 5 bullets and 4 sub-points what is required to effectively prove you have the minimum required money needed for settlement in Canada.

Now that we know what and how to prove a POF, let's have a deep dive into your questions.

1. Is it okay if the bank letter/ statement is up to 3 weeks old before the application submission date or what is a safe acceptable timeline?
- Please let's assume you stick with what is requested - A LETTER - NOT STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT! In this case, if you have always had your money since forever in that account, you may just pull up a recent letter that meets those requirements in the bullet. Note, recent here is subjective, however, if you can get a letter of 3weeks old in their requested format, I doubt it will be an issue.
ANS: It is Okay. There is no "safe acceptable timeline" per the information on the IRCC page.
Mine: First POF - a week old, Second: 2 weeks plus.
- Never got ADR for Fund. - Never! (FYI: Submitted POF twice because of the new addition, although my first already covers for the new addition(new baby), I just prefer to make documentation easy for the VO - Choice)


2. In a case where I want to include salary inflows into my account do I need the whole account statement for the duration or I can take a screenshot of the exact inflow days?
No one really asked for SOA (Statement of Account). This is just a conception someone coined possibly to avoid unnecessary suspicion and probably to explain some certain inflows. Well, today it has gotten general acceptance - I blame no one.
ANS: There is absolutely no need to highlight or screenshot specifics. If you want to add SOA, it should be because you want to "sleep well or at least give yourself the benefit of doubt" that you were able to prove your POF or cover your tracks, grin as the case may be.
MINE: First - Only the official letter from Zenith Bank - Savings Account, Second - Only the official letter from Zenith Bank - Savings Account! grin No SOA whatsoever - Na! I don't buy that. I believe in the simplicity of my application.
Note: both letters at the 2 Instances met their bullets - I ensured I drafted it for the bank and had them give me in that format. - You can PM me if you want a copy - signed/stamp and on their Letterhead. - Never got ADR for Fund. - Never! (My application was confirmed approved in 3months, if not for Corona wey come pour sand inside my garri, and now baby come join grin I no go kill myself nah grin grin grin)


3. Do all the addresses on all my documents need to be the same (current address, PCC, bank statement/letter, Pension letter). I have not updated my addresses in some of my banks.
ANS: Hey, worry less! The majority of these documents do not even have your past, current, or future address lol. Seriously, don't worry about all these. There are days ahead where you'll pray to sleep only because of endless thoughts about your submitted application and the wait. Please don't start this way. No Nah. Please get your document and upload it.
PCC - Purple page - No address, Bank Letter - No address, RSA/PFA - No address. So, why the headache.



4. Is it okay after application to move money from where it was, I do not intend to spend it, I just want to Invest it while I wait for PPR because it has been lying in my dollar account for months with no interest.
ANS: Please do not make things complicated, in fact, try to make it simple for you, yourself, and everyone. What I would advise you is to put on a scale, the benefit of both decisions - That is, if you leave your money the way it is in the bank VS if you move it. Trust me, if you do the latter it throws a red flag should they mistakenly ask for Schedule 4A - ADR for POF (You've got only one shot away from straight rejection - surely, you don't want to be in this situation) or even if your application has been approved and you fly, how do you want to explain to any "overzealous" CBSA officer at your POE.
My advice is please leave the money there, after all, unless you plan to stay ONE YEAR after PPR before you travel, then you can invest after PPR, the ROI on most investment isn't that glorious, anyways! When you reach your apartment for obodo Canada, you can make it the first in your TODO list grin
MINE: Family of 4 yet, I allow the money to stay stupid there in the bank by now (11months) it would be close to another Million if invested in ordinary yeye 12% Mutual Funds self. But 1M isn't worth a rejection abeg, only IELTS self take almost 600K from me. Biko I cannot come and settle fight with VO wey no like to hear word.

Once again, I personally want to say the issue of POF is one that has hindered many, caused rejection, and has caused many headaches to plenty. Like all issues of Money, always remember the easier it is to explain the better it is to convince, anyone.

I hope this has been informative and helpful, and I'll like to thank you for reading.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by benmac4sure: 11:35pm On Nov 23, 2020
Gurus in the house, please which Evaluation body is good for evaluating Medical Laboratory Science?

Also, we want to apply as a couple, do we need to have a different e.g WES profile? Or single profile?
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Debbieeeeeee: 11:43pm On Nov 23, 2020
benmac4sure:
Gurus in the house, please which Evaluation body is good for evaluating Medical Laboratory Science?

Also, we want to apply as a couple, do we need to have a different e.g WES profile? Or single profile?
Separate WES profiles regardless of being married. As you are two separate entities in the eyes of the law.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by WeAreDLucky1s: 11:44pm On Nov 23, 2020
ituajude:
Hello guys,
If I buy Treasury Bills or do Fixed Deposit with my Proof of Funds few weeks before ITA, do I need to submit a bank statement too?

I would surely get a reference letter from the bank (for the T.bill / fixed deposit) but I want to know if it's necessary to include a 6 month statement.

To be very specific, You should add any document that would make your application easy to understand yet simple.

That being said, please do not forget that CASH IS KING, although many have used other forms to prove their POF i.e Fixed Deposit, Mutual Funds, Treasury Bills, etc, but above all if PEACE OF MIND is your thing, please just be stupid for once grin and allow the money to stay in the bank.

For better explanation, see my earlier post above, link HERE

I hope this is helpful, and I'll like to thank you for reading.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by ituajude: 12:04am On Nov 24, 2020
Thanks for your response to me and Ayesha, it was very helpful.

I asked the question because I am consolidating my savings into one account and I figured buying a T.Bill or Fixed deposit would save me the hassle of writing an LOE. I guess I'll just have to explain these lump deposits since they are mine anyways.

Could you kindly share the letter you drafted for your bank reference? Please black out any confidential information.. thanks again


WeAreDLucky1s:


To be very specific, You should add any document that would make your application easy to understand yet simple.

That being said, please do not forget that CASH IS KING, although many have used other forms to prove their POF i.e Fixed Deposit, Mutual Funds, Treasury Bills, etc, but above all if PEACE OF MIND is your thing, please just be stupid for once grin and allow the money to stay in the bank.

For better explanation, see my earlier post above, link HERE

I hope this is helpful, and I'll like to thank you for reading.
Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by AyeeshaB: 12:05am On Nov 24, 2020
Thanks for your detailed response. I am aware of all the attachments from IRCC, Ive read them. I just included the word statement for the sake of it. I mentioned "letter" first. Some people also had instances where their banks didn't give them the required letters.

Number 2 question was not pertaining to POF. It was in relation to proving work experience for a now defunct company. I wanted to show my salary inflow.

Thanks again.

WeAreDLucky1s:


Hey AyeeshaB,

CAVEAT: I AM NOT A VO neither do I process applications for people, but like most people in this thread, I have applied for this, I want the best for everyone and surely, my application is in good stand. So, whatever is written below is an unbiased interpretation of what is on the IRCC's website alongside proven personal experience and knowledge from this forum.

I am particularly taking a keen interest in this question even if it has been answered multiple times before. This is because I delayed my "plugging" into the pool for almost 2 years searching for how to gather the POF, how to meet the requirement while ensuring that I abide by their rules (since 2017). Also, I feel it would be quite informative if I pour out all I know about it and the "general" confusion surrounding POF AND THE SIX MONTH SOA (Statement of Account).

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by WeAreDLucky1s: 12:25am On Nov 24, 2020
AyeeshaB:
Thanks for your detailed response. I am aware of all the attachments from IRCC, Ive read them. I just included the word statement for the sake of it. I mentioned "letter" first. Some people also had instances where their banks didn't give them the required letters.

Number 2 question was not pertaining to POF. It was in relation to proving work experience for a now defunct company. I wanted to show my salary inflow.

Thanks again.


Now, that's clearer.

For a defunct company, I doubt your salary inflow to your account would matter much, there are more specifics for meeting the criteria. In my case although not defunct, documents such as Employment letter (front page), Contract letter, Resignation letter, ID Card (front page) are things you can use rather, and then maybe just in case, you MUST, then the Salary inflow for the period (highlight it) which I still think will be cumbersome. Then, well-drafted duties that match your NOC on a plain paper, you can even notarize this letter to give you more peace of mind and sleep grin

Also, there is this thing people do, if you can reach out to the CEO/MD/Supervisor he can also draft out a letter for you affirming that although the company no longer exist, and that they had a good working relationship with you during the period your duties include; A, B and C. Then, go to LinkedIn and make them your connection (this works like charm). Most of your colleagues will clearly state that they work in the company from a period to another, if this matches for 2-3 profile, this might just be your golden bail out.

All the above, in addition to a well structured LOE explicitly stating why you cannot meet the criteria in the required format.

Things to note about Reference Letter is the 2 paramount things of interest, in fact, 3 is essential;
1. Evidence of Work being a close match/related to the NOC in your application.
2. Evidence of Work hours equivalent to Canada standard full-time work and duration (at least one year of continuous work - 3yrs max point)
3. Evidence that you were paid (which usually has lesser importance) because there are no restriction to how much you should be paid
grin
Then other less-vital details about the organization (if it can be verifiable etc, in your case this is not possible, but really is of lesser use, self).

I hope this is helpful, and I'll like to thank you for reading.

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by oluwamitomisin: 12:30am On Nov 24, 2020
Zeus04:
Guys!!!!!!!!!!

PPR is finally hear!!! Can't even explain how I am feeling right now!!!

AOR December 18, 2019.

Accra Visa Office.

God that did it for me will surely do it for you guys!

It will def end in praise.

Congratulations to you.
You were responding to my posts last week. Thanks again.
Looking forward to sharing my good news too

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Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by AyeeshaB: 12:36am On Nov 24, 2020
I actually got a reference from the MD today, plan to use my employment letter and all that except ID. And yes the Linkedin presence is there, thats a good one.

Thanks for your time.
WeAreDLucky1s:


Now, that's clearer.

For a defunct company, I doubt your salary inflow to your account would matter much, there are more specifics for meeting the criteria. In my case although not defunct, documents such as Employment letter (front page), Contract letter, Resignation letter, ID Card (front page) are things you can use rather, and then maybe just in case, you MUST, then the Salary inflow for the period (highlight it) which I still think will be cumbersome. Then, well-drafted duties that match your NOC on a plain paper, you can even notarize this letter to give you more peace of mind and sleep grin

Also, there is this thing people do, if you can reach out to the CEO/MD/Supervisor he can also draft out a letter for you affirming that although the company no longer exist, and that they had a good working relationship with you during the period your duties include; A, B and C. Then, go to LinkedIn and make them your connection (this works like charm). Most of your colleagues will clearly state that they work in the company from a period to another, if this matches for 2-3 profile, this might just be your golden bail out.

All the above, in addition to a well structured LOE explicitly stating why you cannot meet the criteria in the required format.

Things to note about Reference Letter is the 2 paramount things of interest, in fact, 3 is essential;
1. Evidence of Work being a close match/related to the NOC in your application.
2. Evidence of Work hours equivalent to Canada standard full-time work and duration (at least one year of continuous work - 3yrs max point)
3. Evidence that you were paid (which usually has lesser importance) because there are no restriction to how much you should be paid
grin
Then other less-vital details about the organization (if it can be verifiable etc, in your case this is not possible, but really is of lesser use, self).

I hope this is helpful, and I'll like to thank you for reading.

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