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|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 5:51pm On Jan 10|
seunpinky:Let her drop the resignation letter now. Wait out the 3 months together. Carefully plan your departure within the period. Seriously, there is no need to rush, except you already have a job offer in canada. You even get to save more money. All the best.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 7:14pm On Dec 22, 2020|
They will respond when the letter is ready but they will not acknowledge receipt of your mail.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Petitemommy: 3:17am On Dec 17, 2020|
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 3:04am On Dec 17, 2020|
NaijaCanadian28:His wife is a practicing pharmacist in canada.
|Travel / Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Petitemommy: 2:28am On Dec 03, 2020|
Jaycew:I doubt the person that responded to you read what you wrote fully.
Work experience is a requirement for skilled worker immigration path in Canada. Even if you apply for provincial nomination, your proof of work experience will be required.
Just saw that you got accurate response later.
|Travel / Re: Canadian Express Entry/federal Skilled Workers Program - Connect Here Part 10 by Petitemommy: 9:07pm On Dec 01, 2020|
Nwandy218:You articulated my thoughts perfectly. I don't know where people get the idea that anyone is competing. If people are competing, this thread or the living in canada thread will not exist. We need to have a mental shift and stop imagining things that aren't necessarily true.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 11:05pm On Nov 27, 2020|
I dont know anything about Slavelake but I know someone without a science background that got admission into the licence practical nurse programme at bow valley college in calgary. Maybe you should check that out.
I remembered you wanted to take the PEBC EE next Jan. Guess you are considering career switch now
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 3:50pm On Nov 14, 2020|
adwal2020:Check craiglist website. I am not sure you will get an accommodation at that price in downtown vancouver.
P.S I am not in Vancouver. But you can check settle_in_British_Columbia_ IG page. She has settlement services for people moving to BC.
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|Travel / Re: Why Some People Want To Leave Canada by Petitemommy: 12:08am On Oct 28, 2020|
AjalaJ:I smile when I read responses like this on quora.
It is only a fool that will not apply his/herself to knowledge about the work culture and wisely adapt to the new country.
You cannot consistently do the same thing and get a different result. If you interview the person that made this comment, he/she probably lacks the soft skills needed to do the job according to canadian standard. Your technical skills( university education and knowledge) is only about 20% of what is needed to do the job in canada.
And anyone that reads this quora report and decides canada is not for them should probably reevaluate their reason for emigration.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 3:21am On Oct 05, 2020|
you sounded a bit defensive. The link to the article attached to the comment was quite educative and nobody said anything was wrong (or right) about the organization.
And I agree that everyone should do their due diligence.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 12:44am On Sep 10, 2020|
I am, though currently in the licencing process.
|Travel / Re: Home Child Care Provider Pilot Canada Program For Nigerians by Petitemommy: 1:34am On Aug 19, 2020|
Coming to a faceless forum and asking people for the kind of help you requested is absurd.
It is not just about giving you an offer of employment just to appease someone they dont know.
Nobody wants to be on the wrong side of the law in Canada.
And because they thought of their own best interest first makes them selfish!
Have you thought about their living conditions in canada or if they meet the requirement for the program?
Do you even know if they have such plans for their own relatives?
You shouldn't sound so entitled in your quest for help.
Your reasons are valid but the way you are going on about it is not.
And nigerians in canada are very helpful. That's why you have various threads showing you how to get into canada legally.
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|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 4:11pm On Apr 03, 2020|
If you havent applied for benefit before now, the chances that you will be paid the one off GST/HST credit is very slim as it will be rolled out on April 9th.
If your intention was to do a soft landing but got locked in as a result of the pandemic, application for benefits should be put on hold till you are ready to take up residence . That is just my opinion.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 10:51pm On Jan 23, 2020|
kpnick:I honestly do not know. I didnt need it again by the time it was ready. And I applied when I got here.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 5:23pm On Jan 23, 2020|
I applied via email and got a response after two months to pick up.
|Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Petitemommy: 12:08am On Jan 06, 2020|
If you are in Alberta, you can join the Directions for immigrants study group.
Are you an internationally educated pharmacist planning to become licensed in Canada? Then you are in the right place: the Directions for Immigrants career service centre.
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The Directions for Immigrants Team
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