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|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MissChristine(f): 2:46pm On Jan 14, 2019|
Blessing you’re AMAAAAZING! Some of my questions were very random but you still took time out to provide answers.
@Dulles25 I really appreciate your explanation on Articling.
I’ll explore all links shared ASAP.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MissChristine(f): 12:24am On Jan 14, 2019|
Oh I’ve got a lot to ask! I sent a pm request earlier.
I’ll like to know more about the following —
i. The accompanying documents for an NCA application
ii. The complexity of the exam, study materials and the recommended number of courses to take in a sitting for a full time worker
iii. If a student visa will be required to write the NCA exams in Canada
iv. The meaning of the phrase “articulating” (or something like that) after obtaining a qualifying certificate
v. The implication of having a qualifying certificate without being a member of the equivalent of an NBA branch
vi. The probability of a qualifying certificate boosting an express entry application
vii. The best way for a legal practitioner with less than 5 years practice experience to emigrate
viii. The approval chances of an in-house counsel planning to emigrate when compared with a lawyer working with a law firm
ix. Which threads are dedicated to foreign trained lawyers in Canada etc
It is definitely a lot of information to ask. But hopefully answers to these questions will also help other people in the legal field hoping to emigrate.
Looking forward to receiving a feedback from you or anyone with answers to these questions.
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|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MissChristine(f): 4:53pm On Jan 13, 2019|
Thank you Guitarlife. I’ll check it out ASAP.
BlackGold’s offer is suspended for now. Lol
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MissChristine(f): 10:00am On Jan 13, 2019|
Thank you BlackGold.
If half of the people on this forum are as good natured as you, I’m very sure I will.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MissChristine(f): 9:38am On Jan 13, 2019|
Thank you BlakGold. I’ll message her shortly.
Let’s pretend there was no second paragraph. Lol.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by MissChristine(f): 1:06am On Jan 13, 2019|
This is a really insightful thread. It’s also commendable to see Nigerians looking out for each other.
I’m a law graduate who is exploring relocating to Canada through the acquisition of academic degrees (LL.M and NCA). Although I have read up the process, I am still quite confused on some issues and feel someone with experience would properly guide me. I am going to be mostly self sponsored (daddy and mummy have really tried so far) so I want to ensure I don’t waste a kobo due to avoidable mistakes in my application.
Are there immigrant Canadian legal practitioners in the house? Does anyone know an immigrant Canadian legal practitioner? It would be highly appreciated if I can have a detailed discussion with such a person.
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