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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Bukzie: 4:36am On Jun 15
RealVictor:


Yes to both questions

Thank you @RealVictor
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Bukzie: 5:24pm On Jun 14
Hello!

Please, will NCE and BSc degree be categorized as 2 or more certificates, diplomas or degrees? Will WES evaluate the NCE?

Asking for a sister.....

Thank you.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Bukzie: 5:50pm On Sep 17, 2020
Debbieeeeeee:

There’s usually a space for previous names
There is no space for that. When I did mine, there was......but that was a long time ago. Looks like a few things have changed.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Bukzie: 5:31pm On Sep 17, 2020
Please I am asking this question on behalf of a friend who is trying to complete her ECA application with WES.

She is married and her maiden name appears on her credentials. How will she fill in her last name to reflect both her maiden and married name?
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by Bukzie: 9:11am On Jul 30, 2020
ednut1:
the ban applies to them all as a family

Thank you.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by Bukzie: 9:23pm On Jul 08, 2020
Hello people!

If one is married to someone who was banned for 5 years (the agent answered the question about being refused a visa wrongly), can she apply as an unaccompanied spouse before the expiration of the ban? Her spouse applied while he was single.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 7:47am On Mar 15, 2019
Ifeoma77:
Woke up to THE mail today
It's PPR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fantastic news!!! Congratulations @Ifeoma77
I have been waiting for this since we got ours last month and stated in my PPR story that you were about to get yours. I had been off the thread for a while.....only to sign in today and see this......God is faithful.

You have been a blessing to many. May God perfect all that concerns you and your new home.

Congratulations once again. I rejoice with you.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 8:04am On Mar 04, 2019
Akpasomething:
Long Post Alert!!!

I want to give God all the glory for his goodness and mercies.

On the 28th of February, 2019. The last day of the gracious month of February. I got a notification of a message in my account.. I got scared again.. PPR comes through email. What notification are they sending me in my CIC Account. Only to log in and see the PPR letter as a message in my CIC account.

My life just paused. I started feeling warm and cold at the same time. It was pure joy. Undisputed happiness.

I want to thank everyone especially @newmum, Dumprep, every member of the November AOR group, AVO group and the Interview Group. You guys are the Bomb.

To the people at different stages of the process, Keep faith, Trust the process and more importantly, Trust God.

Congratulations!

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 6:59pm On Mar 01, 2019
Temas:
To God be the glory, the Alpha and omega, to my lovely wife and my daughter, my family on this forum, Special Thanks to newMum( May Your days be long and peaceful). This is my timeline

Congratulations!
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 1:52am On Mar 01, 2019
Tjoy4eva:
Congrats. pls, kindly share the email u used to contact AVO, my visiting visa has expired and I don't think its necessary renewing it since I'm expecting PPR, but I never expected it to be this long. Thanks

Thank you.

accra.immigration@international.gc.ca

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 9:19pm On Feb 27, 2019
CanadasGOAT:
Silent follower’s post

Its PPR

My post is a little long and emotional for me but thank God it has ended in praise

Summary
1ST IELTS AUG 2017 LRWS 6.5,8,7,7.5
2ND IELTS SEPTEMBER 2018 LWRS 8.5,8.5,7,7.5
WES- JAN 2018
ITA - OCT 3 2018
AOR - OCT 24 2018
MEP/BIL - NOV 23 2018
Biometrics - DEC 5 2018
GHOST UPDATE - FEB 22 2019
PPR – FEB 25 2019
Congratulations! I thank God for sparing your life.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 9:07pm On Feb 27, 2019
[quote author=onyijesu post=76194573][I joined last year but was confused on the platform. Please how do I start]

Kindly study Page 1 of this thread. You will then know what questions you might need to ask. I hope this helps.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 1:32pm On Feb 27, 2019
raphrulz:
Yaaaaaayyyy!!!

It has finally ended in praise....

I can't wait to mark your script ooo.

Please, do fast and share mbok!

BTW I have raised my marking standard ooo #JustSaying

This is not business as usual


Well done sir!


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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 1:30pm On Feb 27, 2019
Tojued:
it's a testimony and I'm grateful. now going to study properly so i can pass prof. snape's exam. BRB.

CONGRATULATIONS!!! Fantastic news. So happy for you.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 1:24pm On Feb 27, 2019
raphrulz:
@Zutlin and @Bukzie... Please, we are still waiting for your PPR scripts ooo

Pls help us mbok



OUR PPR JOURNEY……………So Sorry it’s a very long post. Please bear with me. I hope this encourages one or more people to keep pushing…….

TIMELINE:
IELTS (Principal Applicant) LRSW – 8, 6.5, 7.5, 7 (1st attempt) - April 30, 2016
IELTS (Spouse –the writer) LRSW – 8, 8, 7.5, 7 (1st attempt) - April 30, 2016
ECA (PA) – March 15, 2016 – August 3, 2016 – 2 or more certificates
ECA (Spouse) – March 10, 2016 – August 11, 2016 – 2 or more certificates
1st EE Profile (PA) – August 2016
1st EE Profile (Spouse) – August 2016
2nd EE Profile (PA) – September 2017
2nd EE Profile (Spouse) – September 2017
1st EE SINP Application submitted – January 2017
1st EE SINP Application rejected – May 2017
2nd EE SINP Application submitted – October 26, 2017
SINP Letter of Request for Additional Information – February 7, 2018
Response to SINP Letter of Request for Additional Information – February 11, 2018
EE SINP Nomination Letter Received – April 6, 2018 (Dated April 5, 2018)
EE SINP Revised Nomination Letter Received – April 6, 2018
EE SINP Nomination Accepted – April 7, 2018
PCC done and collected – April 9, 2018
ITA Received and Accepted – April 11, 2018
Medicals done – April 17, 2018
EE Application Submitted – April 23, 2018
AOR – April 23, 2018
Medicals Passed – April 27, 2018
Web Form submitted and response received informing us of our VO – November 2, 2018
Web Form (enquiry about the status of our application) submitted to Accra Visa Office and response received – November 6, 2018
1st set of GCMS Notes – Ordered on November 19, 2018 and received on December 19, 2018
Joined NairaLand – December 6, 2018
2nd set of GCMS Notes – Ordered on January 8, 2019 and received on February 5, 2019
Sent an email to AVO as advised by @abakiki when I asked my first question about how to reach AVO (without filling a Web Form) on NairaLand – February 5, 2019
ADR received after sending the email (1st update since MEP on April 27, 2018) – February 5, 2019
PPR received (We were yet to upload the ADR) – February 7, 2019
ADR uploaded via Web Form – February 7, 2019
Passports Submitted to VFS Lekki – February 11, 2019
Passports ready for pickup - March 11, 2019 (exactly 4 weeks)
Passports and COPR collected - March 13, 2019


PRE EXPESS ENTRY
In the second quarter of 2014 when it seemed that the company I had worked with for over 6 years would be wound down, two friends (and colleagues at the time) spoke to me about the Canadian Immigration journey which they were about embarking on. This was some 7 months before the introduction of the Express Entry System. I quickly joined in preparing for IELTS and was excited about the possibility of immigrating though I had always believed in living in Nigeria and just visiting other countries for exposure and relaxation. My excitement was cut short by my hubby when I told him about it and he said I could go ahead with the process but that he was not going to write any exam and he would gladly visit us from time to time. I tried to convince him but to no avail so I let it go. My only regret was that I didn’t carry out any research about the process and thought that I couldn’t meet the requirements without my husband writing the IELTS test based on the information I got from people.

One day in the first quarter of 2016, after I told him that my friends and former colleagues’ applications for PR had been approved, he told me he was now interested in immigrating to Canada and wouldn’t stop disturbing me so I eventually gave in and started the process. I searched the CIC link and read about the process like I was going to write a professional exam.

IELTS
By November 2014, my employment had been terminated by AMCON alongside all other colleagues so I had more time to study for IELTS. I had a set of 10 practice questions that I got from one of my friends in 2014 which my husband and I used to prepare for IELTS. We registered in March 2016 and wrote the exam in April 2016. I practiced for a month while my husband practiced for just a week (he kept asking me why I was studying so hard and if he would pass the exam at all).
That was our only attempt. Thank God!

ECA (WES)
We registered with WES for ECA in March 2016 and it seemed we would get it sorted out in a month or two but alas, it took 5 months! It took ‘forever’ for our schools to get the copies of our transcripts and certificates for verification but once our schools did, it took about a month to complete the process. It was a long wait but that was the beginning of so many others in this journey.

EXPRESS ENTRY PROFILE
Immediately we received our ECAs, I created our Express Entry profiles in August 2016. Our CRS scores at the time were really low as we were both over 40. Mine was 413 and my husband’s was way less (I can’t remember the exact score but around 331 or so). At this point, we knew we had to pursue the option of going the PNP route.

We had to create a second Express Entry profile when our profiles expired after a year of not achieving much. Patience is indeed a virtue my people.

SINP (SASKATCHEWAN IMMIGRANT NOMINEE PROGRAM) NOMINATION
I was determined not to give up on this journey and God sent a good friend and sister of mine to me in September 2016. She told me about the SINP and added me to two WhatsApp groups. At that time, our NOCs were not included in their Occupation In-Demand list but there was a NOC we thought was close to my husband’s so we created two profiles (EE and OID-paper-based) and uploaded all necessary documents while waiting for the programs to open. We eventually submitted both that year/January 2017 and we were asked to choose one of the programs we wanted to be processed. We chose the SINP EE program and by May 2017, the application was rejected due to a wrong NOC. We prayed and hoped that one of our NOCs would be added to their OID list and thank God it happened sometime in August 2017 or so. My husband’s NOC was added to the list and we created a new profile and waited for the program to open for submission.

On October 26, 2017, we paid CAD300 and submitted the application. It was a very long wait of constantly checking the profile to see if there was any progress made. The application was in process until February 7, 2018 when we received ADR which we responded to on February 11, 2018. The status didn’t change from ‘waiting on applicant’ almost two months after we had responded to the ADR. Someone in one of the WhatsApp groups I joined, who also was in the same situation, mentioned that he sent an email to the Manager in charge of the program and got a reply that a decision had been made and he will hear from them soon. He got his letter of nomination that same day. I told my husband about it and after waiting for a while, we decided to follow suit. On April 3, 2018, we sent a very polite email stating that we had sent the additional documents requested for and there was no change in the status of the application. On April 6, 2018, at about a few minutes after 12am when I had just gone to bed (worried that our IELTS reports would expire on April 30, 2018 i.e. in less than 4 weeks), my husband woke me up with the news of an update. I quickly got off my bed to check his profile and low and behold, it was our nomination letter. I rolled on the floor thanking God and asking Him to forgive me for doubting and almost giving up. I couldn’t sleep that night. I checked his Express Entry profile and found out that some parts of the profile had not been transmitted so I stayed up dotting the ‘I’s and crossing the ‘t’s.
I discovered that the EE profile number and job seeker validation code stated in the nomination letter were those of the expired EE profile and had to send them an email immediately requesting that they kindly issue a revised nomination letter with the current details which they did as soon as they resumed work.
We accepted the nomination that same day (April 6, 2018) and my husband’s CRS score jumped to 900 plus.

PCC
We contacted someone whom my friend and sister (the same one that added me to the SINP WhatsApp groups) introduced me to and went to Ikoyi on April 9, 2018 to get our PCCs done. It took about an hour and a half to get the PCCs for N5,000 each.

ITA
ITA came on April 11, 2018 (five days after SINP nomination) and it was another happy moment.

MEDICALS
I called IOM on April 16, 2018 and got an appointment for the next day. The process took about 3 hours from when they allowed us in at 8am.

POF
We had a joint investment account that we had opened in 2011 with more than the sum required for a family of 4 with a financial institution (not a bank but a CBN licensed FI). We were given a detailed letter and the statement of account stamped and signed.

WORK EXPERIENCE REFERENCE
My husband got a letter from his former colleague for two years of his last ten years of work experience (as the company was no longer in existence) and got reference letters from his clients for the remaining eight years. He also got his company’s bank statement and highlighted each payment made by each client on client by client basis. It was easier at this point because this had been done when we applied for the SINP nomination. He had 40 pages of bank statement to work on but thank God he did a good job. This was one thing he actively participated in throughout the process….LOL.
If you ever asked him about the EE and PNP process, he would tell you to ask his wife. He referred quite a number of people to me (he still does) and I was happy to help.

AOR
We submitted our application on April 23, 2018 (7 days to the expiration of our IELTS reports). It was such a huge relief.

POST AOR
Medicals Passed – April 27, 2018.
We thought it was going to be a smooth and fast journey to PPR getting an update 4 days after AOR. Little did we know that we still had a long journey ahead of us. We had learnt patience and perseverance during the journey so far but this part of the long wait was even more frustrating to say the least.
We didn’t receive any update for the normal processing time (6 months). I kept checking the EE profile and my husband’s email account every other day (sometimes several times a day) but nothing changed. I knew about ordering the GCMS notes but we decided to be even more patient.
In November 2018, I filled the web form (I didn’t know the VO processing the application so I chose within Canada). We received an email notifying us of our VO, the notorious AVO! We immediately filled another Web form and AVO informed us that our application was in queue for review. We were discouraged by some friends in Canada from requesting for the GCMS notes in October but decided to do so in December when there was still no progress and AVO would not respond to our Web form.

At this point, while searching for another means of communication with AVO apart from the Web form, I stumbled upon this great Platform. I joined this platform on December 6, 2018 and asked how I could reach them apart from using the web form. @abakiki mentioned that I could send them an email (God bless you).

I ordered the GCMS notes in December 2018 and got it in January 2019. From the notes, the application had been transferred to AVO on May 17, 2018 after the last case analyst in CIO recommended a review of the lead statement, main duties and work experience but AVO had not touched the application since it was transferred to them.

I decided to check the EE profile less and take my mind off the matter though I somehow believed that one day it will end in praise. I was just not sure when the one day would be and prayed that it will happen before April when our Medical reports would expire.

I ordered another set of GCMS notes in January (my cousin helped with both orders) after submitting another web form to AVO and didn’t receive any response. On February 5, 2019, I decided to send an email to AVO (as advised by @abakiki in December) enquiring about the status of the application and politely informing them that our application had been in queue for review and we were unable to plan appropriately for the year. We received an automated reply almost immediately that they would respond shortly. About an hour later, there was an update on the EE profile (the first since April 27, 2018). We were requested to submit the following:
-Schedule A Form (PA and Spouse)
-Additional Family Information Form (PA and Spouse)
-Updated Proof of Settlement Funds

On February 7, 2019, I tried uploading the additional documents but one was too large so I decided to upload later that day after compressing the file. Before I had the chance to upload the documents, we received another update. I was so scared to sign in and check what it was. When I did, it was another request but this time, it was PPR!!! We didn’t know how to express our joy, relief, excitement and gratitude to God. We are truly grateful to God and thankful for all the people He sent our way while on this journey. We were way older than the ‘favourable’ age group but God made it happen. Do your part and leave the ‘how’ to God. His grace is sufficient for you.

Once again, a BIG THANK YOU to all of you who have been very magnanimous with your time and wealth of knowledge on this platform. Rest assured that your labour of love will be greatly rewarded. Though I joined this platform long after we had submitted our application, I was encouraged and sometimes entertained by the many posts and responses I got. It was great to celebrate with other PPR recipients while waiting for ours.

@ifeoma77, I have noticed your dedication to helping people and I know that we will celebrate with you very soon by His grace. God bless you immensely.

I wish everyone who's still in the race, about starting or already a PR, God’s very best. Keep on moving…….

God bless you all.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 7 by Bukzie: 9:24pm On Feb 24, 2019
raphrulz:
@Zutlin and @Bukzie... Please, we are still waiting for your PPR scripts ooo

Pls help us mbok



I'm so sorry my people. I will. Please pardon my lateness.
Travel / Re: Transitioning From Ppr To Landing In Canada by Bukzie: 11:45pm On Feb 16, 2019
iaatmguy:
if you u are at this stage, you will know their meaning, they are basic terms used for immigration to Canada

You quoted the wrong post @iaatmguy
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 9:59pm On Feb 14, 2019
Frances86:
Tnx @Bukzie.

In respect of fees, I mean the processing fees and RPRF ,should children pay too??

Principal Applicant and Spouse/Common-law partner:
Processing Fee - CAD550 each
Right of Permanent Residence Fee - CAD490 each

Dependent children:
Processing Fee: CAD150 each

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Travel / Re: Transitioning From Ppr To Landing In Canada by Bukzie: 6:00pm On Feb 14, 2019
iaatmguy:
In this thread, numerous queries from PPR to receiving COPR, to landing in Canada would be discussed.
-how to submit passport at vfs office, and items to go with.
when going to VFS, go with a photocopy of your passport bio-data page, your PPR letter duly filled out, international passport, and the fee of N17,790. SMS charge to notify you when your passport is stamped is N780.... N680
-amount to pay at vfs office
-how to book airline ticket
https://www.nairaland.com/4284572/tweaking-travel-routes-time-cheap
-time to book your ticket (depending on your visa expiration)
it's better to book ahead of your travelling time, e.g 2 months ahead
-items to carry and not to carry like electronics, food, passport, credentials, passport photographs, IELTS Trf, animals e.t.c (also depending on the airline)
post by temide.wale
Suggestions on things to bring
Things-
rub/ aboniki
Omorogun
Paddle/ igbako
shaving stick
slippers
toothbrush (this items, would help one from tampering with POF, and not making oneself albert Einstein, due to conversion from CAD to Naira )

Ori (shea butter)
Thread & needle
Food:
locust beans (iru)
Garri
Elubo
Beans- picked& dried (you can put in oven for few minutes to kill all the pest)
LOTS of Seasoning- knorr, maggi star or any you like. Better crushed, because de harden up in the cold
Poundo yam
Palm oil
Frozen Ogi (if you or baby like it)
Cray fish, stock fish, smoked cat fish
Ogbono
Egusi
Pepper soup spice
-how to cargo belongings to wherever in Canada
-documents to come along with to Canada (driver's license, insurance record of no claim, )
-how to carry POF without being harassed by overzealous officers.
-questions to expect from authorities, from your present domain to your destination and how to answer them
- mode of dressing from your domain to canada, depending on the weather
-clothes to come with
by einst.eino
1: winter jacket
2: inner jacket
3: interior of the thermal trousers
4: thermal long-sleeve shirt
for those in Lagos you can winter in Yaba, katangua, Aswani
ifeoma77 tojued ontarioissauga joo2018 ramj topsmamen wasseywest raprulz

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 1:20pm On Feb 14, 2019
Frances86:
Gooday everyone. Pls what is the recommended specifications for PR digital photo. ? Will appreciate ur response. Thx

Copied from Page 1
https://www.nairaland.com/4843199/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled/325#74635168


Just scroll down to the subtopic 'Digital Photo' under THINGS TO NOTE

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 4:43pm On Feb 10, 2019
Please I need to be sure that I filled the PPR Consent Form and the Height and Eye Chart correctly.

-Surname first
-Birth dates written in this format: February 10, 2019.
-Do we need to fill the part of the consent form with the heading 'Applicants wishing to provide biometrics? AOR - April 23. 2018. No request was made for biometrics before PPR or in the PPR letter.
-Typed except the part with 'printed' written in brackets and the signature

Okay?
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 11:08am On Feb 09, 2019
Ramj:


Massive Congratulations to you and your family
Thank you @Ramj
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 11:54am On Feb 08, 2019
raphrulz:
Extension granted!!

Extension certificate issued... you have saved yourself a loss of 1 mark grin grin


Thank you sir.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 11:53am On Feb 08, 2019
Ifeoma77:

VFS consent letter
Photocopies of passport data pages
Cash grin
In Lagos, they also pay parking fee.

This experience might help answer some questions
https://www.nairaland.com/4657743/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled/529#72634637

Thank you so much @Ifeoma77.
Lol...@ cash..

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 10:53am On Feb 08, 2019
[quote author=Zinggi post=75525747][/quote]
Thanks @Zinggi.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 10:52am On Feb 08, 2019
jholarharde:


I think I like them unclad too. gringrin



congrats @bukzie. go n flourish
Thank you @jholarharde. Amen!

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 8:15am On Feb 08, 2019
Hello all.

Please does anyone know the cost of passport transmission and mode of payment for a family of 4?

What other documents do we need to take along apart from our passports, passport photographs, the PPR letter and the form attached to the PPR letter (for height..etc) ?

Thank you.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 7:22am On Feb 08, 2019
trendy09:
Congrats Bukzie.Go and prosper.
Thank you @Trendy09.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 7:22am On Feb 08, 2019
efeklvn:
Congratulations bukzie

Thank you @efeklvn.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 7:19am On Feb 08, 2019
raphrulz:
Wow!!!!

Accra is letting my people go...

Finally.. its all over.

Pls share your timelines mbok.... my hands are itching to mark your PPR script.

Pls dont fall my hand ooo....

God bless!!




Thank you @raphrulz.

I will Prof and I'll try not to fall your hand.... but please grant me an extension for the submission as I want to make it as detailed as possible and it might come in a tad late.

Amen.... God bless you too.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 9:49pm On Feb 07, 2019
Ifeoma77:

Amen!!!!!!!!! Thank you
And thank God for your own testimony. Accra is not for the faint of heart,
May you find speed and ease in your new home

Amen! Thank you.

@Accra....it is not o!

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program- Connect Here Part 6 by Bukzie: 9:32pm On Feb 07, 2019
TimmytimeHO:
Congratulations


Thank you @TimmytimeHO

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