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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by eghosaadeghe: 12:43pm On Jul 02, 2020
Good day everyone. Please I need clearification on documents and tests/processes needed to get a drivers licence in Edmonton, Alberta. All responses will be highly appreciated. Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 11:58pm On Feb 19, 2020
Jolieee:
Ok. Thanks alot for your response. Yes it does but one last clarification please.... So one can use normal birth certificate issued by local govt many years back? Because he has that... my confusion comes from somethin I heard that only the NPC attestation is accepted on this journey...
Of course you can. Used normal local government birth certificate for my application
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 9:05pm On Feb 19, 2020
Jolieee:


Congratulations on your PPR...
Please, did you include attestation of birth for your sibling? My issue is that my brother doesnt have, and I'm wondering if we can have one done for him at national population commission, so we can use for the application? I would also appreciate a list of documents you submitted for siblings points... Thanks in advance for your response.
Not sure about the attestation of birth because my sibling has a birth cirtificate, which was what i used.

For Proof of Siblings relationship: Birth certificates(for both you and sibling), biodata page of international passport(for you and your sibling) and parents marriage certificate.
For Proof of Siblings residency in Canada: Internet bills, credit card transactions, mortgage documents and drivers licence.
Proof of PR of sibling: PR card/ Canadian passport cover page of sibling, citizenship document of sibling.
Proof of status of sibling: Same documents as proof of PR.
Hope this helps

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 10:03am On Feb 18, 2020
Good morning guys. Please for those that have submitted their passports do i still need to fill IMM008 form despite no change in my family composition?
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 9:05pm On Feb 17, 2020
Hephzibah2018:


What a mighty God we serve!!!!! Congratulations!!!!! I too shall testify in this season, in Jesus mighty Amen!
Amen!! Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 9:04pm On Feb 17, 2020
lexzi:
Good Read! May Canada favour you.
Amen. Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 9:04pm On Feb 17, 2020
Debsify:
Congratulations
Thanks a lot

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 9:02pm On Feb 17, 2020
Eraytee:
Congratulations to you @eghosaadeghe. May the new land favor you.
Thank you
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 11:33pm On Feb 15, 2020
eghosaadeghe:
Its PPR guys!!!! Its actually PPR!! God is just too awesome. Details soonest. Still seems like I'm floating in air...
Okay, so I think i’v returned back to earth now.
My Timeline
IELTS : April 6th 2019 L8 R9 W7 S8
WES : August 19th 2019 (Professional degree)
ITA : August 20th 2019 (CRS 465)
AOR : September 21st 2019
MEP/BIL : October 3rd 2019
GU 1 : October 17th 2019
GU 2 : February 13th 2020
Love Letter (PPR) : February 14th 2020
Family of 1

MY EPIC STORY
Always felt deep down that I was going to relocate abroad at some point in my life after my University. But at what stage and to what country? Didn’t have the faintest clue. All I knew was I was sha leaving Buhari land at some point. My elder brother relocating to Canada with his family in 2014 really motivated me to put in more conscious effort into researching which countries would be best for a doctor (Optometrist) planning to relocate. Options were narrowed down to Canada and the USA, but the strict rules, retraining and bridging programmes required for licensure and practise for migrant health care practitioners discouraged me once more.
Graduating from university and moving for NYSC finally made it crystal clear that there was no future for me in naija . But the fear of starting from scratch after 7 years of training, plus 1 year of NYSC simply scared the hell outta me. My brother ( Bless his soul) literally had to force me to register for my IELTS and paid for the exam on Feb 14th 2019. Na so I start to dey find materials online o, reading very slowly in my spare time during and after work and chose a date which I knew I would have enough time to prepare before then( April 6th). NYSC was now over and my IELTS exam getting closer. Decided not to take up any job just yet because the fear of say person 75k just go laidat and coupled with the fact say I know i neva read jack, kept me on my toes.

IELTS
Arriving back home (Benin) from NYSC, I realised I only had a few weeks more to prepare. I knew id read quite a lot at this point but id heard all the IELTS stories na. ‘These people will not use me to shine’. Kept practicing with my Cambridge 1-12. Didn’t discover youtube speaking videos till a day to my speaking test. Speaking test came and was asked to speak on a topic id practiced from the youtube videos the previous day (a skill that was difficult for you to learn). Ah! Auntie God bless you. How did you know I watched that video last night. Are you an angel?? I talk to the woman with mind joor, maintained eye contact (look into my eyes and gimme my cool. I was just confident during and after the speaking test.
The day of the other tests came. My old man dropped me off by 6:30am (is it not me dat is looking for free ride) so had to wait till 8am to be checked in. I jump enta hall first (nothing dey apun nau, na we dey here) not knowing that that demonic AC will nearly freeze me to death. Too much AC means, no sweating and no sweating means piss go hold you. 10am, just b4 dem share paper, naim I raise hand o “Oga abeg i wantu goan piss". Oga say sidon there. Chai!!! I hold dat piss take do listening. B4 reading i raise hand again “Oga i wantu goan piss" Oga say ‘sidon there, its not time yet’. At this point i started to reflect on how it was a bad idea visiting my villlage the previous december. Well Oga finally agreed to lemme goan piss while the reading had started. Usain Bolt would have been proud of the display of sprinting prowess I showed before returning to continue my reading test. Made it through the rest of the exam without providing more comedic content for Oga invigilator and the other test takers.
Well results were due to be released on good friday and after the anxiety of waiting all day and resigning to the fact that BC had gone to chop easter rice, late in the evening I saw the result had been uploaded. First thing that caught my eye was ‘Writing-7’...See screaming mehn.. I’d passed the almighty Writing, with Listening – 8, Reading – 9 and Speaking – 8. Id made my IELTS at the first attempt, wow!! God is great. Things were actually looking up for me, and God had embarresed the edo winches...lolzz.

ECA
Paid the WES processing fee and proceeded to Uniben to start my transcript processing through ETX ( Had I known...). Those people kept me waiting for weeks and weeks till the Lord ministered to my that this ETX waka was not the way at all. The period of come today, come tomorrow seemed endless, till I met a church member who worked in the exams and records offices. We tracked my transcript to one Yellow Aunties table. Yellow Auntie said she will do her work before weekend that we should just exercise patience ( all she needed to do was to bring out some files which were on a shelf right in front of her). My church member said ‘can I just do it' and Yellow Auntie was like ‘go right ahead', which I later learnt could be translated as ‘your own don finish'. Transcript was moving smoothly o, until e jam anoda rock for 2 weeks. Next I heard was that transcript haff lost. Jeezzzoooossss!!! 100L- 600L results gone missing between offices in exams and records. I thought after my pissing escapade these village pple had been banished. Osalobua laho!!
Well after resubmission of many documents and the help of anoda very kind lady at exams and records( not all of them fly at night) transcript was finally ready for sending to WES. Send it to WES nau, they said Uniben ddnt have light dat week and I’d have to wait till light comes for them to print cover letter. Like seriously?? Nothing surprises anymore with Nigerian universities. Light sha eventually came and that was when my previously missing 100L-600L raw scores danced Zanku and reappeared from where it was previously hiding. On Sunday morning my church member told me that the file was found in, guess where Starts with Ye and ends with ow Aunites Office. Well I sha said a prayer for her.... Ok more like swear...but you get the idea
WES sent the confirmation email to Uniben and Uniben replied (or so they said). WES say dem no get any reply, the Uniben guy say ‘WES too dey lie’. Chai!! See gbege !! Well, it took my appearing in person in the computer room of exams and records and requesting the guy there send it in my presence before that issue was finally resolved. Yayyy!!

REFERENCE LETTER
This one is not suppose to be an issue before o.... I decided to use my NYSC experience to claim points. Felt getting a reference letter would be easy because I was in really good terms with all the staff at the hospital where id served. My direct boss said id have to get it through the head of admin so I called him with confidence based on say I dey see him patients sharp sharp for clinic, even when its not their clinic day. So I called my bosom buddy to ask for a reference letter and as expected he said he’ll give me but was kinda busy at the moment. Kept calling to remind him of his promise and he finally obliged to type it out in the format I’d sent him and even forward it to me in Benin. What an amazing pal!!
Days turned to weeks and id still not heard from my real G. My guy had also stop taking my calls. Ah!! Abi d letter don already dey post? My former colleagues finally convinced my G to take his calls o and my guy told me that as he was typing the letter he suddenly realised that the letter was going to ‘outside country' and that ‘outside country' reference letter might require a small fee and I will have to write through the Overhead Ogakpatakpata Bishop Governor General of the hospital, through anoda Madam Kpatakpata General Overseer Supervisor General before they will consider approving my reference letter request. Well, God saw us through in the end, got the letter I needed and moved on.
It was after my IELTS I discovered the online goldmine that is Nairaland Canada Express Entry page. I simply googled express entry and it came up. Found so much important information just by reading through the first page. I never needed to ask any questions because as I read on, i found that they’d already been asked by someone else with concise and accurate answers given. Met the tread in Part 6 and I used to spend at least 4-5 hours a day (no jokes) going through previous posts as far back as part 4. Was determined to find as much information as I could get. I became obsessed with creating the ‘perfect' hitch free application. Nairaland became my bible and every morning I would read through all the posts till the current page of the thread.
If you can take time to really study this tread even from previous parts, I bet you you’d become a guru in this process.

ITA
After the long wait for the credential evaluation report, it was finally ready on Monday 19th of September 2019. Immediately I created my profile, no issues or questions asked (Oshey Nairaland Express entry guru) sitting on 465 and expecting a draw on Wednesday. Tuesday I woke up from my ‘beauty sleep' to find out that a draw had taken place with cut off of 457. God has done it o!! A day earlier than expected....was now fully convinced that my pissing villagers had been banished completely.

MEDICALS
Medicals was booked for Q-life on Friday 13th September and I arrived Lagos on the 12th. Got PCC from Inspector Moshood 6k (easy breezy) but didn’t get to my uncles place where i was suppose to stay till 11:30pm. 4:00am I was up and ready but the Uber couldn’t get into the estate cos of road construction( But y today of all days, tot these my ‘pple' had finally died na). So had to trek out of the estate and take anoda bike (20mins ride) to goan meet Uber guy who was already waiting. God bless that guy for me sha.
We reached Q-life at about 6:30am for me to write name as number 2 on the list. Things were looking up. Staff were owk, had no issues with them, just followed instructions till I saw the doctor who asked why my BP was high. ‘I dinnor reach house till 11:30pm last night becos of ur Lagos traffic and was up again by 4am. How wee my BP no be high'. She sha said it was already going down as per her subsequent readings.
Was done with medicals before 9am and took the time to visit some of my guys in Lagos then went to have ice cream later (at least dat one should lower the BP even more nau)

AOR
Finally decided my application was ready for submission after going through it the 479th time. Had just one letter of explanation for gift deed and uploaded payslips and highlighted salary deposits. For proof of PR and proof of status of sibling, I submitted the exact same documents ( citizenship document and Canadian passport). Paid RPRF and received AOR same day (21st September) . God bless you big bro!!!

MEP/ BIL
Got my biometrics request 12 days post AOR. It was going on very nicely. Got to VFS , did my biometrics, no fuss at all and I felt PPR was on the way ( Maybe in 6weeks...lol)

THE WAIT
I would read people say here that the wait is the most difficult part of the whole journey, but I thought to myself, ‘how hard could it possibly be?? Me that haff pass IELTS finish, survived Uniben wahala, scaled through all the obstacles....surely this should be a piece of cake’...Mumu me!! Just 2 weeks post BIL I don dey second guess my application o. Caught ghost update on the 17th of October (background check changed to ‘Your application is in progress....” and held on to this for hope, happiness and frankly, sanity. Was still hopeful I could get my PR before the year runs out and decided to join a Naija only AOR Aug/Sep/Oct WhatsApp group to monitor the status of applications with similar AOR's.
You really do go through the complete circle of emotions - hope, anxiety, frustration, anger, tiredness, momentary madness....during your wait on this journey. I also told myself I wasn’t gonna bother checking for visa office (Lemme not disturb them as they are processing it before dey wee make mistake...lol) Days became weeks and by late December when August AORs began getting PPR I felt January latest i go dance for my own. January came, still no show. ‘But people with AORs after me have started getting na!!’ This was my breaking point. Finally decided to give IRCC a call.
Found out my application was being processed at Ottawa VO, eligibility passed and background check in progress. Felt like telling that agent ‘send me ur acct details lemme give you small tin for malt'. This was exactly what I needed to reignite my optimism. I was now eating well again... Quite a number of September AORs had gotten PR and some October AORs were now getting theirs too. At this point I just told myself ‘the same God that took control of this process till this extent will see it through. I cant keep worrying like this’.
I felt it was coming but this time was determined not to worry about it. On valentines morning, I caught a ghost update and background check changed to ‘We are processing....”. Knew it was super close now. At exactly 10:59am got the most beautiful valentines love letter via email “Ready for visa...”. To say I went crazy after this is a mild way of putting it, but was just filled with so much thanks to God for everything he had done during the journey.
Its been an incredible experience filled with plenty of ups and downs but in all honesty, I wouldn’t have had it any other way. To everyone at one stage or the other in this process, please do your research (Its very necessary), hang in there no matter the obstacles or how senseless what you’re doing seems at the moment. Remember nothing good comes easy. If to say na so e easy, no body for still dey naija.
A new journey begins...God is indeed awesome!!!

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 9 by eghosaadeghe: 12:36am On Feb 15, 2020
Its PPR guys!!!! Its actually PPR!! God is just too awesome. Details soonest. Still seems like I'm floating in air...

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 4:21pm On Oct 10, 2019
Big congratulations Lady Marshall. You've indeed been a huge blessing to so many on this thread. May God reward you for your selfless efforts.
ladymarshall:
My people o, it's Peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Peeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, as in PPR

Just now. I can't breathe. Oh my God. This feeling is indescribable o. I was sleepless last night and ranting on whatsapp group early this morning o.

God has humbled me. I'll be back with my full script. Let me catch my breathe. I wish I can send voicenote so you can hear my screams and fast breathing.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 10:32pm On Oct 03, 2019
AOR September 21st
MEP/ BIL October 3rd
Isn't God just awesome smiley

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 1:11pm On Sep 17, 2019
Hi Ify! Used WES for mine and it was successfully evaluated in abt 4 months. Having a contact in school will definitely make it faster tho. Unfortunately i dont know so much abt CES
lipsyliscious:
Goodmorning. Please I have a doctor of Optometry degree and I would like to find out the best designated ECA organization to use. A friend is using WES, but someone told me CES is less cumbersome
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 11:39am On Aug 21, 2019
From Exams and Records in my case, but there's currently a 1 week warning strike so offices are locked.
Omega30:
please, how does Uniben acknowledge verification mail? From Registrar office or Exam & record? Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 5:44pm On Aug 20, 2019
Oh my gosh, Oh my gosh, Oh my gosh!! I prayed to make the regular wednesday draw, but God had even earlier plans...All glory to his name.
eghosaadeghe:
WES evaluation finally completed yesterday (professional degree), IELTS ready since april, swimming in d pool with 465, praying for somthing special tomorrow...*fingers crossed*

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 1:01pm On Aug 20, 2019
Transcript got to WES mid June, they sent the verification email a week later and acknowledged the reply from my Uni early July
Fm90:
I meant howlong did wes take to evaluate after your document got to them.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 11:39am On Aug 20, 2019
Started in mid march. No thanks to ETX and delays from Uniben tho. So it could have been faster
Fm90:
Please how long did your wes evaluation take.
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 11:17am On Aug 20, 2019
WES evaluation finally completed yesterday (professional degree), IELTS ready since april, swimming in d pool with 465, praying for somthing special tomorrow...*fingers crossed*

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 12:08am On Jul 20, 2019
He needs to call WES to confirm if they've gotten the verification from the institution. He can get their number by clicking on the 'contact us' icon in his WES account. They're lines are open weekdays from 2pm Nigerian time. All the best.
bankyh1905:
A friend needs help with this too. UNILAG informed him they've sent the verification but WES is yet to acknowledge after one week. If anyone knows more about this or how to solve the problem, the help will be appreciated.

Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 10:32pm On Jul 15, 2019
Just beg your school to resend the verification mail. If that dosent yield positive results then you might have to ask your school to send the verification through courier.
vllar:
hello guys, please wes claims not have received a verification mail from my school. please who knows what the school must include in the mail to be sent to wes. because right now wes wouldn't state what exactly must be done. my school registrar can really be lazy so i need to tell him exactly what to do.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 12:06pm On Jul 11, 2019
Call WES to confirm if they've received the email.
vllar:
Hey people, My institution has verified my documents by responding to the mail WES sent. Please how many days would that take WES to acknowledge? It’s been 2 days since my school responded

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 11:39pm On Jul 10, 2019
Just explained the issue, remained calm despite the not so friendly response, and stood there looking at the bros till he resent it in my front and also promised to resend it again several times d next day.
Ivoa:
Please what did you do differently at the Exams & Records Computer room during your personal visit that enabled completion of the verification process? Thank you.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 4:49pm On Jul 09, 2019
Goodevening everyone. Make una help me thank God o! WES have finally received verification from Uniben after personal visit to exams and records computer room. I know its not PPR but in this journey i'v learnt to celebrate small victories and be encouraged by slow but steady progress. Thanks to everyone for your invaluable encouragements and contributions.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 7:07am On Jul 04, 2019
Felt really nice waking up to this reply this morning. Thanks for the words of encouragement. God bless
ShoeShineGuy:
grin at the bolded. Otemwen, I can understand your frustration. But pls know in this game, you will require (a) lot of patience. Having read messages from page to page on this thread, I've come to realize that PPR timelines can never be the same! And then it hit me, that to everything under the sun, there's a time and purpose to it. This verification 'of a thing' will happen when it will happen, and that might be in the morning. So pls, while you make efforts to rectify this, don't be too upbeat. Trust me, there are still loads of challenges ahead.. Ask those on the PPR Hall of Fame.. Well, try search for and PM @Chynwey. She's based in Benin as well, and she has a contact at Uniben's Ex & Rec office. She's always willing to help. Who knows? She might be able to help you out with this. All the best.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 10:28pm On Jul 03, 2019
Uniben matter haff tire me o! They said they resent verification email second time today, only to call WES, d moment i said 'calling from Nigeria' he said he knew what i was gonna say even before i said it(my school said they've sent the mail). Well WES still havnt received any mail and he said its becoming a recurring complain at their end. What do i now do again, break into computer room nd send it myself?? Borrow Uniben MB??
Biko if anyone has experienced this before please help. Im getting confused. Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 1:38pm On Jul 03, 2019
Okay, will do. Did you pay 2k through remita and submit receipt to exams and records for the mail to be sent or was yours sent through registrats office?
pandora1:
Hello Eghosa, do let me know if WES updates your profile because UNIBEN also just sent my verification to WES yesterday.

Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 12:21pm On Jul 03, 2019
Called WES already. They're saying they're yet to receive any mail from Uniben hence they cant update anything, but Uniben are very sure they've sent it.
ans123:

It will take WES at least 3-5 work days to update ur status. Remember Monday was public holiday in Canada. Call WES to inquire.


Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 8:01pm On Jul 02, 2019
Goodevening everyone. Uniben sent WES an email to verify my transcripts but WES claims to have not received such, even though transcripts office at Uniben is adamant the email was sent and delivered to WES. Paid the 2k Uniben charges through remita, exchanged it for receipt, submitted to them and all. Please has anyone experienced such before and how did u tackle the issue. Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 9:59pm On Jun 10, 2019
470 crumble down in the next FSW draw by fire!!

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 6:10pm On May 30, 2019
Well, these are some of the reasons we aim for Canadian PR in the first place. So iv decided to make all the nonsense motivate me that migration is the right decision
Jennypharb1:


grin Naija we hail thee. Happens in almost every establishment. I paid someone to get my driving licence done, got it in less than two months. My cousin paid online last year or so, she still hasn't gotten hers. Same thing with the international passport, I was told I had to pay 'express fee' to get mine. I jejely paid, you can't do shakara at this point, just give them the money and get what you need. We stoop to conquer
Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 5:52pm On May 30, 2019
Hmm. They showed me the same list to go to the bank and pay.
Once they notice u paid online, your file is just left unattended to in every office it reaches. You have to do all the running around urself. After all the effort, i got a call that my file had suddenly gone 'missing' in one office. All the raw scores from 100L to 600L that had even passed dean signing stage just vanished in someone's office, all because I ddnt pay the money directly to their hands. So in as much as it's the right thing to pay at the bank, greazing palms and having contacts both at ur faculty and exams nd records is strongly advised.
Arosam:
My UNIBEN people!! Here is the fees for Transcript application to different destination.

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Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 8 by eghosaadeghe: 1:46pm On May 20, 2019
The doctor of optometry degree(OD) is classified as a professional degree by all credential assessment bodies. So is dentistry.
damzy88:
Are you sure about this? I thought only Medicine,Pharmacy and Law are classified as Professional degree according to Express Entry. Thanks

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