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Posted on 06-02-09 9:51 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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There is no skill set  on list for IT professional (except manager) for Alberta province nominee.

I am IT graduate. is there any other skill set I can apply for?


Posted on 06-02-09 11:03 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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You've got to be within the list of 38 high-demand occupations. There's no way out.

Posted on 06-03-09 11:12 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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thanks Ved555. Can i apply for usual immigration process?
Posted on 06-03-09 1:08 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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can someone tell me if we need to give IETLS(is it compulsory) to apply for Canadian PR?

I heard two things as one says we need to give and other says we don't need especially if one has Master degree from US

put some suggestions in this matter.


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Posted on 06-03-09 5:42 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Sorry Nepali2009.. my previous is related to normal process of application for the skillled workers. Read More:


occupation list http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/apply-who.asp

Not sure about AINP..... they might have changed a bit by now.... but do read carefully everything in this site.. you should get all the info required.

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Posted on 06-03-09 5:46 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Nepali 2009,

You might be able to apply under AINP... check the NOC site to further see the skill sets under the code 0213, here is the link..... but you must have at least 1 year of work experience.

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Posted on 06-03-09 7:00 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hi guys, do we need to have one year experience after H1-B starts (October 1) or the experience within OPT is counted  for Alberta AINP? Thanks.
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Posted on 06-03-09 9:41 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Here is the news that some 8 IT occupations were cut off for AINP

In the April edition of our newsletter, we had reported
that changes were coming to the popular U.S. Visa Holder category of
the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP)
Earlier this month, those changes were announced and, as suspected, the
list of qualifying occupations was reduced.  Eight of the information
technology (IT) occupations have been removed from the list.  Though
the program remains open to U.S. H1B holders with experience in 73
management, business, science, and health occupations, some IT
professionals no longer qualify for the program.  Nevertheless, several
other Canadian immigration options remain open to these individuals.

Like the Federal Skilled Worker category, the appeal of the AINP H1B
program is that applicants do not need a job offer to qualify.  In
order to succeed, AINP applicants simply must have been working in the
United States on a temporary work visa* for at least one year in an occupation that is in high demand in Alberta.  Federal Skilled Worker applicants, on the other hand, must achieve 67 points based on six selection factors in order to qualify.

The Alberta
H1B fast-track immigration program is still wide open to temporary
workers in the United States who have work experience in one of the listed 73 qualifying occupations
Engineers, Sales and Marketing Managers, Financial Auditors,
Biologists, Electrical Technicians, Urban Planners, and Pharmacists,
among others, are still welcomed by the program.  Additionally,
“Computer and Information Systems Managers” remains on Alberta’s list of occupations under pressure.

The eight IT occupations that were removed from the AINP list had
been among the most popular under the U.S. Visa Holder category.

“A big chunk of the AINP applicants we’ve represented are IT
professionals on H1B’s and I’m glad that so many of them seized the
opportunity while it was still available to them,” says Canadian
immigration Attorney David Cohen
“Though this option is now closed for IT professionals, there may be
several other Canadian immigration options still available to them.”

IT workers with North American experience are highly sought-after
candidates for immigration to Canada, says Cohen.  They may still be
able to qualify for Canadian immigration through the Federal Skilled Worker category or through another Provincial Nomination Program.

“And because their applications can be processed at Canadian
immigration visa offices in the United States, they will likely be
processed just as quickly as AINP applicants anyway.”

This is yet another example, says Cohen, of how government
immigration officials can make changes at their discretion with little
or no warning and why qualified applicants should not delay in the
submission of their Canadian immigration applications.

Posted on 06-04-09 11:27 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I would like to hear from people who got Canadian PR approval without giving IETLS?Anyone there?Please share some experiences.Thanks.


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C'mon guys,No one to suggest to my previous question about IELTS requirement for Canadian PR?

waiting for inputs.Thanks

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Hi desperate soul,

well, I didn't take IELTS thinkinking that my masters degree from USA is suffice but they made me take it before approving my case . So I would suggest you to take the test , it is not hard , in fact it will expedite your case. Good luck.

Posted on 06-06-09 11:53 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks Jhatka,

I will be writng an ITELTS exam.

Posted on 06-06-09 1:20 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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If there's a difficulty in reaching 67 points or you are at about 67-69, despite awarding you average points for language.. then they could ask you to take language test.

But if you can reach way above 67 pass mark, say at 73 - 76, with the average points awarded for language, then they will certainly waive this language test requirement.


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