THE ULTIMATE SUCCESS SECRETS FOR MIGRATION TO CANADA

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CANADA RECRUITING MORE IMMIGRANTS IN 2017

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Live, Study and Work In Canada: “YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA



     Get unlimited access to the various companies hiring
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WHY IS CANADA RECRUITING 300,000 NEW IMMIGRANTS IN 2017/2018?

Because employers in Canada are having trouble finding qualified help.

''TRAVEL TO CANADA OPPORTUNITY''


A PROVEN GUIDE TO SECURE LEGAL ENTRY FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO LIVE, WORK AND STUDY IN CANADA


RECRUITMENT/WORK IN CANADA:

Canada needs skilled workers and students. Several employers have posted jobs for months and are not getting the required responses. There appears to be huge structural unemployment in Canada. Canadians are not able to fill these positions because of several factors including lack of required skills. There is therefore need to look beyond the border of this country. Recruiting foreign workers tend to be a complex process for many employers. Some employers have questions that remain unanswered about this process. Others are not aware that they can recruit/hire qualified personnel outside Canada.

Every year over 90,000 foreign workers enter Canada working temporarily to help Canadian employers address skill shortages in Canada. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) ensure that these workers will support economic growth in Canada and create more opportunities for all Canadian job seekers.You may also work in Canada as a live in caregiver.

If You're Actively Looking for Ways to Leave Your Country of Residence and Want to Live and Work in Canada, This Will Be the Most Important Message You'll Ever Read!

By When Do You Want To Live In Canada?

Since you're still reading, I'm going to assume you're really serious about moving to this fantastic country!

Let me tell you what lies ahead then...

The less you know about the application process the more you'll depend on someone else and the more the negative feelings will creep inside of you until they wear you out...

The truth is; you're about to take a giant leap into your future and you need to be prepared!

You've Got An Important Decision To Make:
At this moment, what you need is WISDOM, an effective way to separate the chaff from the wheat...

Create a Better Future for Yourself Now!
The excuse that you can't afford it is no longer valid...

 

There are hundred of thousands of jobs that you can fit into. Don't waste any additional time again. Request for your CANADIAN PACKAGE and you will be blown away by opportunities at your finger tips.
 
If You Have Always Wanted To Relocate To Canada and work, This Is The Most Important Message You Will Ever Read!

How wonderful will it be if in the next few months you find yourself living in Canada legally and with a good job? Will that be a great thing?

That is why you should take advantage of the current system that is very easy if you are serious about traveling abroad. The current system is a DO IT YOURSELF SYSTEM any smart person can legally exploit.

How long will you continue to watch others relocate abroad and do great things for themselves and their families. Take a look around you. Almost everyone has a family member abroad sending money. Why don't you go abroad as well and see the developed world?

A wise man once said that the difference between the poor and the rich is how they make decisions. It's your own decision time. You have to make it NOW

The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes. This is your opportunity now take it.

DO YOU KNOW THAT the easiest way you can travel to Canada is to secure a job in a company in Canada? Once you secure a letter of employment from a company in Canada, the Canadian embassy will issue you a visa and work permit on confirming the letter of employment. No much interviews, no queries! Your visa is 100% GUARANTEED!

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YOU ARE A FEW STEPS AWAY FROM MOVING TO CANADA IF YOU WILL ACT FAST
MY EBOOK GUIDE WILL TAKE YOU BY THE HAND AND REVEAL TO YOU SO MANY WAYS YOU CAN TRAVEL TO CANADA AND START WORKING WITHOUT FEAR OF DEPORTATION

THIS INFORMATION WILL BLOW YOUR MIND




Dear friend,

Is Canada your dream Country? Do you dream of traveling to Canada and getting a very good job? And I mean very good job. Are you a professional in any field of study? Are you skilled in information technology or in any relevant field even though you did not make it to the University? Do you wish to immigrate to Canada with your permanent residency card in your hand right from Nigeria? Even if you are not a professional in any field but you have gone to secondary school, know how to read and write and can speak simple English. Then congratulations! You are qualified for my report. You can apply and be accepted to move to Canada with the programs offered by the Canadian government year in and year out. It is very important for you to know that I am not asking you to pay me huge sum of money for me to secure Visa or any travel document for you to go to Canada. It is very important for you to understand this. So many people have come to me thinking that I will collect money to secure
visa for them, but I normally tell them that is not what I do. What I do is to reveal information that only very few people have access to. You get this information very cheap from me and when you implement it you smile all the way to Canada successfully.

It will interest you to know that more than a hundred thousand people migrate to Canada every year through Visa and work permit. Thousands from developing countries worldwide immigrate with their permanent residency card (PR card) right from their country. It is the exact information that they stumbled upon which enabled them to travel legally and live in Canada without fear of deportation that I am going to hand over to you on a platter of gold.
Many Nigerians, people from other African countries and other developing countries that have taken advantage of this information have traveled out successfully and are now living and working in Canada legally. One of the easiest means of traveling to Canada is to secure employment with a Canadian
firm. I can hear you say, “Is this really possible?” Oh! Yes it is possible. Many people have done it and I am sure you too can do it by the time I reveal to you how they did it. What many people don’t know is that there are hundreds of companies in Canada looking desperately for foreigners to employ from outside of Canada. As soon as a company in Canada issues you with a letter of employment, the next step is for you to go to the Canadian embassy and apply for Visa and work permit. The embassy is going to grant your application because the companies before issuing you the letter have done all the necessary things such as conferring with the Human Resources And Skills Development Center (HRSDC) Canada. They will instruct the Canadian embassy/High commission to honor your visa application.
In other words your Visa and work permit is 100% guaranteed! It takes between six to eight weeks to process this documents by the Canadian embassy and afterwards you can travel. You pay for a one-way ticket and no return ticket because you have been certified by the Canadian embassy as traveling to stay/ work and you have a work permit. In some cases some have been lucky to have the company that hired them sponsor their Air ticket. However, this happens if one is highly skilled in a particular area and the company needs you to resume urgently.

Getting jobs in Canada is just one out of many ways that we are going to be revealing to you through which you can realize your dream of moving to Canada. There are community nomination programs and immigration to Canada programs, and several other ways that you can make it to Canada. In most of these programs you don't need to get a job first before you are allowed to travel and with our guide and what we will reveal to you getting any job of your choice as soon as you get to Canada is as simple as ABC. We will guide you on how you can secure your Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) right from Nigeria and smile all the way to Canada to go and live and work as one of their citizens. Just like people win visa lottery to America that is how you will leave for Canada too. Mind you Canada immigration program is not a lottery program. It is far better than a lottery program because if you are guided on how to go about it you are guaranteed to make it to Canada easily.

My guide/Ebook “YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA will reveal to you places you can secure wonderful jobs by hosting your CV/ resume on their site, e-mailing it to them or posting your applications directly to their office in Canada.

 

What you need to make your relocation smooth and successful. E.g. employment opportunities, Resume and CV format’s: - Matching Canadian job requirement’s, self employment, immigration benefit’s etc.

 

 The New Procedure, No Intermediary, Self Processing {Direct Application Form}
Canadian government changed from long processing of Application form for
permanent Residence in Canada.
Canadian Government needs people For Employment, Studying, Live and for Business purposes through the
Application form for permanent residence, Educational qualifications begins from secondary school attempt, secondary school certificate, Trade apprenticeship, Non university certificate/Diploma
Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, Ph.d.

The NOC is a system used by the Government of Canada to classify jobs (occupations). Jobs are grouped based on the type of work a person does and the types of job duties.

Many of Canada’s immigration programs use it to decide if a job, or type of work experience, is valid for that program’s criteria. For instance, if a person wants to apply as a skilled worker they should check the NOC to see which jobs are considered “skilled” (NOC Skill Type 0 or Skill Level A or B). Find your job title, code and skill level or type.


The job information is broken down into a number of groups. For immigration purposes, the main groups are:

    Skill Type 0 (zero) – management jobs.
        examples: restaurant managers, mine managers, shore captains (fishing)
    Skill Level A — professional jobs. People usually need a degree from a university for these jobs.
        examples: doctors, dentists, architects
    Skill Level B — technical jobs and skilled trades. People usually need a college diploma or to train as an apprentice to do these jobs.
        examples: chefs, electricians, plumbers
    Skill Level C — intermediate jobs. These jobs usually need high school and/or job-specific training.
        examples: long-haul truck drivers, butchers, food and beverage servers
    Skill Level D — labour jobs. On-the-job training is usually given.
        examples: cleaning staff, oil field workers, fruit pickers

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE JOBS PROVIDED BY THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT

0011     Legislators     0
0012     Senior government managers and officials     0
0013     Senior managers - financial, communications and other business services     0
0014     Senior managers - health, education, social and community services and membership organizations     0
0015     Senior managers - trade, broadcasting and other services, n.e.c.     0
0016     Senior managers - construction, transportation, production and utilities     0
0111     Financial managers     0
0112     Human resources managers     0
0113     Purchasing managers     0
0114     Other administrative services managers     0
0121     Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers     0
0122     Banking, credit and other investment managers     0
0124     Advertising, marketing and public relations managers     0
0125     Other business services managers     0
0131     Telecommunication carriers managers     0
0132     Postal and courier services managers     0
0211     Engineering managers     0
0212     Architecture and science managers     0
0213     Computer and information systems managers     0
0311     Managers in health care
0411     Government managers - health and social policy development and program administration     0
0412     Government managers - economic analysis, policy development and program administration     0
0413     Government managers - education policy development and program administration     0
0414     Other managers in public administration     0
0421     Administrators - post-secondary education and vocational training     0
0422     School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education     0
0423     Managers in social, community and correctional services     0
0431     Commissioned police officers     0
0432     Fire chiefs and senior firefighting officers     0
0433     Commissioned officers of the Canadian Forces
0511     Library, archive, museum and art gallery managers     0
0512     Managers - publishing, motion pictures, broadcasting and performing arts     0
0513     Recreation, sports and fitness program and service directors     0
0601     Corporate sales managers     0
0621     Retail and wholesale trade managers     0
0631     Restaurant and food service managers     0
0632     Accommodation service managers     0
0651     Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c.     0
0711     Construction managers     0
0712     Home building and renovation managers
0714     Facility operation and maintenance managers     0
0731     Managers in transportation     0
0811     Managers in natural resources production and fishing     0
0821     Managers in agriculture     0
0822     Managers in horticulture     0
0823     Managers in aquaculture     0
0911     Manufacturing managers     0
0912     Utilities managers     0
1111     Financial auditors and accountants     A
1112     Financial and investment analysts
1113     Securities agents, investment dealers and brokers     A
1114     Other financial officers     A
1121     Human resources professionals     A
1122     Professional occupations in business management consulting     A
1123     Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations     A
1211     Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers     B
1212     Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers     B
1213     Supervisors, library, correspondence and related information workers     B
1214     Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations     B
1215     Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations     B
1221     Administrative officers     B
1222     Executive assistants     B
1223     Human resources and recruitment officers     B
1224     Property administrators     B
1225     Purchasing agents and officers     B
1226     Conference and event planners     B
1227     Court officers and justices of the peace     B
1228     Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers     B
1241     Administrative assistants     B
1242     Legal administrative assistants     B
1243     Medical administrative assistants     B
1251     Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations     B
1252     Health information management occupations     B
1253     Records management technicians     B
1254     Statistical officers and related research support occupations     B
1311     Accounting technicians and bookkeepers     B
1312     Insurance adjusters and claims examiners     B
1313     Insurance underwriters     B
1314     Assessors, valuators and appraisers     B
1315     Customs, ship and other brokers         B
1411     General office support workers     C
1414     Receptionists     C
1415     Personnel clerks     C
1416     Court clerks     C
1422     Data entry clerks     C
1423     Desktop publishing operators and related occupations     C
1431     Accounting and related clerks     C
1432     Payroll clerks     C
1434     Banking, insurance and other financial clerks     C
1435     Collectors     C
1451     Library assistants and clerks     C
1452     Correspondence, publication and regulatory clerks     C
1454     Survey interviewers and statistical clerks     C
1511     Mail, postal and related workers     C
1512     Letter carriers     C
1513     Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors     C
1521     Shippers and receivers     C
1522     Storekeepers and partspersons     C
1523     Production logistics co-ordinators     C
1524     Purchasing and inventory control workers     C
1525     Dispatchers     C
1526     Transportation route and crew schedulers     C
2111     Physicists and astronomers     A
2112     Chemists     A
2113     Geoscientists and oceanographers     A
2114     Meteorologists and climatologists     A
2115     Other professional occupations in physical sciences     A
2121     Biologists and related scientists     A
2122     Forestry professionals     A
2123     Agricultural representatives, consultants and specialists     A
2131     Civil engineers     A
2132     Mechanical engineers     A
2133     Electrical and electronics engineers     A
2134     Chemical engineers     A
2141     Industrial and manufacturing engineers     A
2142     Metallurgical and materials engineers     A
2143     Mining engineers     A
2144     Geological engineers     A
2145     Petroleum engineers     A
2146     Aerospace engineers     A
2147     Computer engineers (except software engineers and designers)     A
2148     Other professional engineers, n.e.c.     A
2151     Architects     A
2152     Landscape architects     A
2153     Urban and land use planners     A
2154     Land surveyors     A
2161     Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries     A
2171     Information systems analysts and consultants     A
2172     Database analysts and data administrators     A
2173     Software engineers and designers     A
2174     Computer programmers and interactive media developers     A
2175     Web designers and developers     A
2211     Chemical technologists and technicians     B
2212     Geological and mineral technologists and technicians     B
2221     Biological technologists and technicians     B
2222     Agricultural and fish products inspectors     B
2223     Forestry technologists and technicians     B
2224     Conservation and fishery officers     B
2225     Landscape and horticulture technicians and specialists     B
2231     Civil engineering technologists and technicians     B
2232     Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians     B
2233     Industrial engineering and manufacturing technologists and technicians     B
2234     Construction estimators     B
2241     Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians     B
2242     Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment)     B
2243     Industrial instrument technicians and mechanics     B
2244     Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors     B
2251     Architectural technologists and technicians     B
2252     Industrial designers     B
2253     Drafting technologists and technicians     B
2254     Land survey technologists and technicians     B
2255     Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology     B
2261     Non-destructive testers and inspection technicians     B
2262     Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers     B
2263     Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety     B
2264     Construction inspectors     B
2271     Air pilots, flight engineers and flying instructors     B
2272     Air traffic controllers and related occupations     B
2273     Deck officers, water transport     B
2274     Engineer officers, water transport     B
2275     Railway traffic controllers and marine traffic regulators     B
2281     Computer network technicians     B
2282     User support technicians     B
2283     Information systems testing technicians     B
3011     Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors     A
3012     Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses     A
3111     Specialist physicians     A
3112     General practitioners and family physicians     A
3113     Dentists     A
3114     Veterinarians     A
3121     Optometrists     A
3122     Chiropractors     A
3124     Allied primary health practitioners     A
3125     Other professional occupations in health diagnosing and treating     A
3131     Pharmacists     A
3132     Dietitians and nutritionists     A
3141     Audiologists and speech-language pathologists     A
3142     Physiotherapists     A
3143     Occupational therapists     A
3144     Other professional occupations in therapy and assessment     A
3211     Medical laboratory technologists     B
3212     Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistants     B
3213     Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians     B
3214     Respiratory therapists, clinical perfusionists and cardiopulmonary technologists     B
3215     Medical radiation technologists     B
3216     Medical sonographers     B
3217     Cardiology technologists and electrophysiological diagnostic technologists, n.e.c.     B
3219     Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health)     B
3221     Denturists     B
3222     Dental hygienists and dental therapists     B
3223     Dental technologists, technicians and laboratory assistants     B
3231     Opticians     B
3232     Practitioners of natural healing     B
3233     Licensed practical nurses     B
3234     Paramedical occupations     B
3236     Massage therapists     B
3237     Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment     B
3411     Dental assistants     C
3413     Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates     C
3414     Other assisting occupations in support of health services     C
4011     University professors and lecturers     A
4012     Post-secondary teaching and research assistants     A
4021     College and other vocational instructors     A
4031     Secondary school teachers     A
4032     Elementary school and kindergarten teachers     A
4033     Educational counsellors     A
4111     Judges     A
4112     Lawyers and Quebec notaries     A
4151     Psychologists     A
4152     Social workers     A
4153     Family, marriage and other related counsellors     A
4154     Professional occupations in religion     A
4155     Probation and parole officers and related occupations     A
4156     Employment counsellors     A
4161     Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers     A
4162     Economists and economic policy researchers and analysts     A
4163     Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants     A
4164     Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers     A
4165     Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers     A
4166     Education policy researchers, consultants and program officers     A
4167     Recreation, sports and fitness policy researchers, consultants and program officers     A
4168     Program officers unique to government     A
4169     Other professional occupations in social science, n.e.c.     A
4211     Paralegal and related occupations     B
4212     Social and community service workers     B
4214     Early childhood educators and assistants     B
4215     Instructors of persons with disabilities     B
4216     Other instructors     B
4217     Other religious occupations     B
4311     Police officers (except commissioned)     B
4312     Firefighters     B
4313     Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Forces     B
4411     Home child care providers     C
4412     Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations     C
4413     Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants     C
4421     Sheriffs and bailiffs     C
4422     Correctional service officers     C
4423     By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c.     C
5111     Librarians     A
5112     Conservators and curators     A
5113     Archivists     A
5121     Authors and writers     A
5122     Editors     A
5123     Journalists     A
5125     Translators, terminologists and interpreters     A
5131     Producers, directors, choreographers and related occupations     A
5132     Conductors, composers and arrangers     A
5133     Musicians and singers     A
5134     Dancers     A
5135     Actors and comedians     A
5136     Painters, sculptors and other visual artists     A
5211     Library and public archive technicians     B
5212     Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries     B
5221     Photographers     B
5222     Film and video camera operators     B
5223     Graphic arts technicians     B
5224     Broadcast technicians     B
5225     Audio and video recording technicians     B
5226     Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts     B
5227     Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts     B
5231     Announcers and other broadcasters     B
5232     Other performers, n.e.c.     B
5241     Graphic designers and illustrators     B
5242     Interior designers and interior decorators     B
5243     Theatre, fashion, exhibit and other creative designers     B
5244     Artisans and craftspersons     B
5245     Patternmakers - textile, leather and fur products     B
5251     Athletes     B
5252     Coaches     B
5253     Sports officials and referees     B
5254     Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness     B
6211     Retail sales supervisors     B
6221     Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade     B
6222     Retail and wholesale buyers     B
6231     Insurance agents and brokers     B
6232     Real estate agents and salespersons     B
6235     Financial sales representatives     B
6311     Food service supervisors     B
6312     Executive housekeepers     B
6313     Accommodation, travel, tourism and related services supervisors     B
6314     Customer and information services supervisors     B
6315     Cleaning supervisors     B
6316     Other services supervisors     B
6321     Chefs     B
6322     Cooks     B
6331     Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers - retail and wholesale     B
6332     Bakers     B
6341     Hairstylists and barbers     B
6342     Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners     B
6343     Shoe repairers and shoemakers     B
6344     Jewellers, jewellery and watch repairers and related occupations     B
6345     Upholsterers     B
6346     Funeral directors and embalmers     B
6411     Sales and account representatives - wholesale trade (non-technical)     C
6421     Retail salespersons     C
6511     Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses     C
6512     Bartenders     C
6513     Food and beverage servers     C
6521     Travel counsellors     C
6522     Pursers and flight attendants     C
6523     Airline ticket and service agents     C
6524     Ground and water transport ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks     C
6525     Hotel front desk clerks     C
6531     Tour and travel guides     C
6532     Outdoor sport and recreational guides     C
6533     Casino occupations     C
6541     Security guards and related security service occupations     C
6551     Customer services representatives - financial institutions     C
6552     Other customer and information services representatives     C
6561     Image, social and other personal consultants     C
6562     Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations     C
6563     Pet groomers and animal care workers     C
6564     Other personal service occupations     C
6611     Cashiers     D
6621     Service station attendants     D
6622     Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers     D
6623     Other sales related occupations     D
6711     Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations     D
6721     Support occupations in accommodation, travel and facilities set-up services     D
6722     Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport     D
6731     Light duty cleaners     D
6732     Specialized cleaners     D
6733     Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents     D
6741     Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations     D
6742     Other service support occupations, n.e.c.     D
7201     Contractors and supervisors, machining, metal forming, shaping and erecting trades and related occupations     B
7202     Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations     B
7203     Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades     B
7204     Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades     B
7205     Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers     B
7231     Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors     B
7232     Tool and die makers     B
7233     Sheet metal workers     B
7234     Boilermakers     B
7235     Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters     B
7236     Ironworkers     B
7237     Welders and related machine operators     B
7241     Electricians (except industrial and power system)     B
7242     Industrial electricians     B
7243     Power system electricians     B
7244     Electrical power line and cable workers     B
7245     Telecommunications line and cable workers     B
7246     Telecommunications installation and repair workers     B
7247     Cable television service and maintenance technicians     B
7251     Plumbers     B
7252     Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers     B
7253     Gas fitters     B
7271     Carpenters     B
7272     Cabinetmakers     B
7281     Bricklayers     B
7282     Concrete finishers     B
7283     Tilesetters     B
7284     Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers     B
7291     Roofers and shinglers     B
7292     Glaziers     B
7293     Insulators     B
7294     Painters and decorators (except interior decorators)     B
7295     Floor covering installers     B
7301     Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades     B
7302     Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews     B
7303     Supervisors, printing and related occupations     B
7304     Supervisors, railway transport operations     B
7305     Supervisors, motor transport and other ground transit operators     B
7311     Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics     B
7312     Heavy-duty equipment mechanics     B
7313     Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics     B
7314     Railway carmen/women     B
7315     Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors     B
7316     Machine fitters     B
7318     Elevator constructors and mechanics     B
7321     Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers     B
7322     Motor vehicle body repairers     B
7331     Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics     B
7332     Appliance servicers and repairers     B
7333     Electrical mechanics     B
7334     Motorcycle, all-terrain vehicle and other related mechanics     B
7335     Other small engine and small equipment repairers     B
7361     Railway and yard locomotive engineers     B
7362     Railway conductors and brakemen/women     B
7371     Crane operators     B
7372     Drillers and blasters - surface mining, quarrying and construction     B
7373     Water well drillers     B
7381     Printing press operators     B
7384     Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c.     B
7441     Residential and commercial installers and servicers     C
7442     Waterworks and gas maintenance workers     C
7444     Pest controllers and fumigators     C
7445     Other repairers and servicers     C
7451     Longshore workers     C
7452     Material handlers     C
7511     Transport truck drivers     C
7512     Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators     C
7513     Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs     C
7514     Delivery and courier service drivers     C
7521     Heavy equipment operators (except crane)     C
7522     Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers     C
7531     Railway yard and track maintenance workers     C
7532     Water transport deck and engine room crew     C
7533     Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations     C
7534     Air transport ramp attendants     C
7511     Transport truck drivers     C
7512     Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators     C
7513     Taxi and limousine drivers and chauffeurs     C
7514     Delivery and courier service drivers     C
7521     Heavy equipment operators (except crane)     C
7522     Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers     C
7531     Railway yard and track maintenance workers     C
7532     Water transport deck and engine room crew     C
7533     Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations     C
7534     Air transport ramp attendants     C
7535     Other automotive mechanical installers and servicers     C
7611     Construction trades helpers and labourers     D
7612     Other trades helpers and labourers     D
7621     Public works and maintenance labourers     D
7622     Railway and motor transport labourers     D
8211     Supervisors, logging and forestry     B
8221     Supervisors, mining and quarrying     B
8222     Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services     B
8231     Underground production and development miners     B
8232     Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers     B
8241     Logging machinery operators     B
8252     Agricultural service contractors, farm supervisors and specialized livestock workers     B
8255     Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services     B
8261     Fishing masters and officers     B
8262     Fishermen/women     B
8411     Underground mine service and support workers     C
8412     Oil and gas well drilling and related workers and services operators     C
8421     Chain saw and skidder operators     C
8422     Silviculture and forestry workers     C
8431     General farm workers     C
8432     Nursery and greenhouse workers     C
8441     Fishing vessel deckhands     C
8442     Trappers and hunters     C
8611     Harvesting labourers     D
8612     Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers     D
8613     Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers     D
8614     Mine labourers     D
8615     Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers     D
8616     Logging and forestry labourers     D
9211     Supervisors, mineral and metal processing     B
9212     Supervisors, petroleum, gas and chemical processing and utilities     B
9213     Supervisors, food, beverage and associated products processing     B
9214     Supervisors, plastic and rubber products manufacturing     B
9215     Supervisors, forest products processing     B
9217     Supervisors, textile, fabric, fur and leather products processing and manufacturing     B
9221     Supervisors, motor vehicle assembling     B
9222     Supervisors, electronics manufacturing     B
9223     Supervisors, electrical products manufacturing     B
9224     Supervisors, furniture and fixtures manufacturing     B
9226     Supervisors, other mechanical and metal products manufacturing     B
9227     Supervisors, other products manufacturing and assembly     B
9231     Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing     B
9232     Petroleum, gas and chemical process operators     B
9235     Pulping, papermaking and coating control operators     B
9241     Power engineers and power systems operators     B
9243     Water and waste treatment plant operators     B
9411     Machine operators, mineral and metal processing     C
9412     Foundry workers     C
9413     Glass forming and finishing machine operators and glass cutters     C
9414     Concrete, clay and stone forming operators     C
9415     Inspectors and testers, mineral and metal processing     C
9416     Metalworking and forging machine operators     C
9417     Machining tool operators     C
9418     Other metal products machine operators     C
9421     Chemical plant machine operators     C
9422     Plastics processing machine operators     C
9423     Rubber processing machine operators and related workers     C
9431     Sawmill machine operators     C
9432     Pulp mill machine operators     C
9433     Papermaking and finishing machine operators     C
9434     Other wood processing machine operators     C
9435     Paper converting machine operators     C
9436     Lumber graders and other wood processing inspectors and graders     C
9437     Woodworking machine operators     C
9441     Textile fibre and yarn, hide and pelt processing machine operators and workers     C
9442     Weavers, knitters and other fabric making occupations     C
9445     Fabric, fur and leather cutters     C
9446     Industrial sewing machine operators     C
9447     Inspectors and graders, textile, fabric, fur and leather products manufacturing     C
9461     Process control and machine operators, food, beverage and associated products processing     C
9462     Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers     C
9463     Fish and seafood plant workers     C
9465     Testers and graders, food, beverage and associated products processing     C
9471     Plateless printing equipment operators     C
9472     Camera, platemaking and other prepress occupations     C
9473     Binding and finishing machine operators     C
9474     Photographic and film processors     C
9521     Aircraft assemblers and aircraft assembly inspectors     C
9522     Motor vehicle assemblers, inspectors and testers     C
9523     Electronics assemblers, fabricators, inspectors and testers     C
9524     Assemblers and inspectors, electrical appliance, apparatus and equipment manufacturing     C
9525     Assemblers, fabricators and inspectors, industrial electrical motors and transformers     C
9526     Mechanical assemblers and inspectors     C
9527     Machine operators and inspectors, electrical apparatus manufacturing     C
9531     Boat assemblers and inspectors     C
9532     Furniture and fixture assemblers and inspectors     C
9533     Other wood products assemblers and inspectors     C
9534     Furniture finishers and refinishers     C
9535     Plastic products assemblers, finishers and inspectors     C
9536     Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators     C
9537     Other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors     C
9611     Labourers in mineral and metal processing     D
9612     Labourers in metal fabrication     D
9613     Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities     D
9614     Labourers in wood, pulp and paper processing     D
9615     Labourers in rubber and plastic products manufacturing     D
9616     Labourers in textile processing     D
9617     Labourers in food, beverage and associated products processing     D
9618     Labourers in fish and seafood processing     D
9619     Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities     D

 

 Employers will be looking for highly qualified people to fill all of the jobs shown above. Which job title interests you?

Besides this there are so many laid down and workable programs in Canada which assist people from developing countries to move to Canada easily and legally too which I will reveal to you if you order the guide/book.


Besides this there are so many laid down and workable programs in Canada which assist people from developing countries to move to Canada easily and legally too which I will reveal to you if you order the guide/book.

SOME OF THE THINGS THIS GUIDE /EBOOK WILL SHOW YOU


 1. How to get jobs in Canada (North America) earning $1,600 - $3,500 per month.
2. So many companies in Canada that are in dire need of foreigners and will contact you after you fill a form on their website, e-mail them your CV/Resume or post it to their office in Canada.
3. How to register and immigrate to Canada successfully with time through the high skilled immigrant program or community nomination programs.
4. How to immigrate to Canada from your country with your permanent residency card in your hands.
5. Plus so many other things I cannot mention till you get your own copy.

SUPER BONUSES FOR ONLY THE FIRST FEW PEOPLE TO ORDER FOR THE REPORT

1 How to present your resume to foreigners and attract them to hire you and even be willing to pay your Air ticket to Canada.
2 Costly mistakes to avoid while writing your resume which you will send to this foreign companies.
3 Wonderful places on the Net where you can get guaranteed job nailing sample resumes to copy while applying for a job.
4 How to go to Canada as a visitor and Apply for extension of stay or change your status.
5 How to travel to Canada through Admission and be working while schooling.
6 I will direct you through e-mail in case you need more advice after you order for the guide/ e-book.


                             ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: Call or SMS 0808-936-7723 for payment detail's.

LOCAL ORDERS: N10,000 

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: $50

Call or SMS 0808-936-7723 for payment detail's.

WhatsApp And Call: (+234) 08089367723

Also contact: canadaconect@gmail.com for payment detail's

Then notify me of your payment by sending an SMS to 0808-936-7723, including your Name, Amount Paid, Depositor Slip Number and E-mail address Once I've confirmed your payment, the E-book will be immediately sent to you within 24 hours, with no delays whatsoever.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: METHOD OF PAYMENT

You can comfortably pay for your Canada guide/ebook during public holidays or weekends through internet banking from your mobile phone or any computer with internet connection without bothering to visit any bank. In this case no teller number is needed only the bank name, payment date, phone no or account name that transferred the money is required from you through sms or email. You can as well pay through bank transfer through ATM or GT-BANK mobile or E-TRANSFER any time of the day and be sure to have your ebook delivered to your email promptly.

 YOUR DREAM OF TRAVELING TO CANADA IS PLACED WITHIN YOUR REACH.
 
IF YOUR DREAM IS TRAVELING TO CANADA AND START WORKING LEGALLY OR EVEN IF YOU WANT TO GO TO CANADA WITH YOUR PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD (PR CARD) FROM YOUR COUNTRY, THEN GET READY FOR WHAT I AM ABOUT TO REVEAL TO YOU.

YOU ARE ON TO A GREAT REVELATION THAT WILL BLOW YOUR MIND!

 

TESTIMONIALS

The first time I visited Canada I was deported after spending 4 months because I ran into serious problems with the immigration authority. Few months after I came back to Nigeria I ran into your advertisement in one of the dailies and decided to order for your package immediately. With the links you gave and other useful information provided in the ebook I started hosting my Resume and was short listed for a teaching job 2 months after I had purchased your ebook. The school did all the necessary papers and even contacted the embassy on my behalf. I was issued a visa and a work permit which I later used to travel to Canada successfully. I have lived in Canada for the past one year now and have even gotten a higher paying job. I owe it to you and I want to thank you for everything.
- VIVIAN P (Canada)

I have tried several times to travel outside the country but somehow it did not work out. Then sometime in May 2016 a friend of mine who immigrated to Canada through the direction you gave him in your ebook/guide asked me to contact you for help. With the direction and the links you gave in the guide/ebook I got a tuition free school in Canada and was given a visa and study permit stress free. I didn't pay any agent for visa and I was very surprised the way everything just happened. I now work and school in Canada.
- KENNETH E (Canada)

Your Digital product on how to travel and work in Canada legally is eye opening. I have never come across an information about traveling to Canada that is so comprehensive and up to date. I want to tell you that your research was well carried out. I used to work in Poland as a medical doctor, but now live and work in Canada with my family due to the information gotten from your ebook/guide. Please keep up the good work.
- HAMZAT A (Canada)

Your report on how to move to Canada legally enabled me to locate an organization through which I traveled to Canada as a visitor. I have ever since applied for a change of status through the directions and links you gave in your ebook and it was successfully granted after sometime and I am now able to work and live in Canada freely. I remain overly grateful.
- BUNMI T (Canada)

"I don't even want to imagine the stress I would've gone through doing the application process without your guide! Needless to say; being prepared was half the victory! Hat's-off for your thorough advice!"
AKPAN N (Canada)

"I was in the process of hiring an immigration consultant when I came across your guide. After I went through your material I felt confident I could do the process by myself. I still decided to use the consultant's services for a few things, but this time I used him, instead of him using me! Thanks for your great advice"
EVELYN A (Canada)

  
"Your guide saved me exactly US $3745.00! I know, because that's what my cousin paid his attorney 3 months ago to obtain the same "know-how" you reveal in your manual." MANOJ S (Canada)

The first time I wanted to travel to Canada I was confused on whether I could get a job to be able to support my education over there. While scanning through the newspaper one day I saw your advert about YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA in Canada. I ordered for the digital copy immediately for N10,000.Fortunately for me that was the best decision I took before leaving for Canada. Guess what? I applied for some part time jobs with the information provided in your guide/ebook and got 4 offers that I decided to choose the best and most convenient since I had to consider my studies too. Thanks for being there.
- PEACE C (Canada)


The whole process with your guide has been great and I would highly recommend you to anyone. I am extremely grateful to you. I'm very impressed with the service received all the way through the process, till the visa was approved!!
BOLAJI H (Canada)

I got in touch with the step by step guide to Canada. When I saw the advert, I was first skeptical but later got it and applied for a job in Canada. My visa was approved. I am very thankful to Mr Orahemo Michael for finding me the right opportunities. He is very knowledgeable of Employment climate in Canada and has contact with many companies in Canada. By using his guide, it made my employment a great success. Overall, I am very happy about using the Canadian employment guide, and I would have no hesitation to recommending it to others.
CHINEDU E (Canada)

 READ OTHER PEOPLE'S TESTIMONIALS ABOUT MY EBOOK

I am a computer engineer. I got your e-book on YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA in early year 2016. Your e-book was so much detailed in the subject of getting jobs in Canada and even visiting Canada. With the guide e-book I managed to locate an IT firm in Canada that needed workers both within and outside of Canada. With your guide on building resume (c.v.) that is acceptable by foreign companies I re-arranged my resume and e-mailed to them. Later I just felt that maybe I should send my resume again to their  office in Canada since I have their address. Then I kept praying. For two months I didn't hear from them. When I had just given up hope and started applying to other companies that was when it happened. I got a letter of employment to work in the IT firm and the salary was good. With the documents they sent to me I was able to collect my visa and work permit without any hazzles (though I spent 3 months before I finally traveled). In fact it was so easy due to the job I secured. I just felt that I should let you know how wonderful and lovely it has been living and working in Canada. It would not have been possible in the first place without your guide e-book. Thank you and remain blessed.
- WILSON D (Canada)

I am presently running a diploma program in a polytechnic in Canada. What I enjoy most is that I am not dependent on my parents back home for school fees or living expenses. This was made possible because of the job information which was so elaborate in your guide book on traveling to Canada.
- BRIDGET L (Canada)

I will say that your guide book is so elaborate on methods of traveling to Canada. It guided me through securing a visiting visa to Canada so easily the first time that I had to go to Canada. I will recommend the e-book any time any day to any body who is damned serious about making it to Canada.
- NDUKWU M
(Canada)

Hi Michael, I want to confess to you. I love the ebook you sold to me,YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA so much more than the price. The ebook is indeed an eye opener on how to travel to Canada and work. Thank you so much.
- FAVOUR C (Canada)

The information you gave out that I find on the ebook I ordered is worth millions to me. Thank you very much Michael.
- ALOZIE R (Canada)

I'm a student in Germany and because I'm interested in living and working in Canada I ordered for your package about YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADAand it was sent to me from Nigeria. The information that is contained in your ebook is a unique and rare info. I filled the relevant forms and submitted with the directions and links you exposed on your ebook. I have received wonderful replies concerning my application for permanent resident visa and I'm happy to tell you that even though that I have not finished the process yet, I'm glad the way everything is going because your ebook showed me all that I needed to do and I am very optimistic and confident of the fact that I shall be leaving for Canada soon. Thanks for your effort in putting together such a wonderful ebook.
- VINCENT I (Canada)

 

NEW TESTIMONIAL

"Michael’s professionalism in communicating and assisting me as a client gave credibility to my immigration case. As a result, I was accepted with no problem and happily became a permanent resident of Canada. Should you need a highly effective immigration strategy expertly executed, I recommend Mr. Michael Orahemo."
AGATHA J (Canada)

 

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To God be the glory great things He has done. I really on behalf of my entire family  once again like to express our great appreciations to YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA” which help in facilitating and pulling through with our immigration process. We are really delighted and grateful. May the Lord continue to take you from greatness to greatness.

ALLYSON B, Lagos, Nigeria

Dear Sir,


On behalf of my family and myself we want to say a very big THANK YOU.  This looks like a dream but it is very real.  Whao! YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA” is simply the best.  Words are not enough to express our gratitude, we know that you have really touched our lives and our desire and prayer is that the Almighty God will show up for you in whatsoever you wish from Him according to His will in Jesus mighty name.  I pray that  the Lord will enlarge your coast on every side and your joy shall know no bound in Jesus name.  Once more Thank you and Thank you.

 CECILIA F Lagos, Nigeria

 I want to use this opportunity to say a BIG THANK YOU for your assistance & support in seeing me to this level. I have signed my PR confirmation last year November 2015 and my family has been called to Ghana for their visas. Thank you very much. God bless you, your family and business.
From Ontario, Toronto Canada

“I want to thank you, heartily for everything you have done for me"
Mississauga, ON

"You are helpful, courteous and knowledgeable"
GA, Edmonton, Canada

THERE ARE SO MANY TESTIMONIALS POURING IN FROM INDIVIDUALS FROM DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE GLOBE WHO HAVE BENEFITED FROM THIS INFORMATION THAT SPACE WOULD NOT PERMIT ME TO DISPLAY ALL OF THEM.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT TRAVELING TO CANADA
ARE YOU BOTHERED BY SOME OF THESE QUESTIONS?

                                              FAQ SERIES ONE (1)

Question 1 : Is my country Degree or Certificate accepted in Canada? Answer:

If you travel with visiting visa from your country and on getting to Canada you no longer want to go back to your country but you want to work that is when your certificate or degree is not recognized. This is because you don’t have a valid work permit from your country. You only came as a visitor. You can still work, however, What to do to solve this problem?  You apply for a refugee status and wait to be considered. Once you are considered you will eventually be allowed to work with your certificate and enjoy your stay in Canada.

Alternatively, before you travel to Canada make sure you secure job through the agencies or companies you find on the guide/ebook and that prompts the Canadian embassy to issue you work permit and visa which enables you to travel to Canada and work with your certificate or degree as the case might be.

Question 2: Are there jobs for school certificate holders, OND holders and unskilled workers? Answer:

Yes, there are so many types of job available. While some jobs require certification (e.g safety certificate), several other jobs don’t need any form of certification. Some employers do offer training for new employees.

Question 3 : If I secure a job where will I sleep or stay for the main time in case I don’t know anybody in Canada?

Answer:

If a company hires you and issues letter of employment or offer letter for you to come and work, they will provide you with accommodation or money for accommodation and other things immediately you get to Canada. Even if you don’t want to take the company accommodation don’t let that bother you, what you should be concerned about is landing in Canada successfully.

Even the taxi driver that picked you from the airport can take you to a cheaper hotel you can afford till you earn your first salary and rent a house. Remember you have an immigrant visa and you are legally qualified to rent a house in Canada, so fear not. Just be confident. You can even decide to change job on getting to Canada, you already have a work permit and nobody is stopping you.

Question 4 : How long does it take for a work permit to be issued in my country?

Answer:

It takes between about 12 weeks for your work permit and visa to be processed by the Canadian embassy, and after that you can travel.

Question 5: After I get a job can I apply for admission so I can study?

 Answer :

Yes, on getting to Canada and you decide to apply for admission, there’s nothing stopping you. Check the ebook, there are so many schools on it that you can apply for admission. Contact the director of studies of the school or the admissions officer, get there application form and make your applications for admission while you are still comfortably working in Canada.

When your acceptance letter and admission letter is ready, take permission from your company and go back to your country and apply for student visa and study permit, once the embassy issues you the student visa and study permit you can head back to Canada and continue with your job while also schooling. You can let your company know that you have gained admission so that they will assist you combine your schooling with your job or even offer you some kind of financial assistance since you are already working for them.

 

FAQ SERIES ONE (2)

QUESTION 1: EMPLOYMENT IN A COMPANY IN CANADA: In this category, If I am employed by any Canadian company, what type of visa will I be given to enable me travel to Canada?

While in Canada working, will the company allow me to study and work with them?

How many years visa will I be given if employed?

ANSWER

You will be given a work visa once a company issues you letter of employment, the Canadian embassy right in your country will give you 6 months, 1 or 2 years visa to move to Canada and work, depending on the type of employment. You will also be given a work permit so you don’t need to be bothered about how many years or months visa that will be issued to you once you find yourself in Canada you might even decide to get another job and nobody stops you, the important thing is getting to Canada first. You can start working and plan to change your status from temporary resident to permanent resident. The guide/ebook explains everything.

QUESTION 2: STUDY IN CANADA: In this category, how long will it take to process study permit and visa to Canada when given admission letter? Is there anything like free tuition or tuition free schools in Canada?

ANSWER

Visa issuance will take 3 months but study permit might take 4 months, it all depends, so you apply for study permit ahead of time before the month your semester begins. Use the websites provided on the ebook, “YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA ” to locate so many schools in Canada, you will certainly find so many tuition free or cheap schools. Some of my clients have found very cheap schools or tuition free schools which they used to travel.

Yes, schools in Canada allow you a certain percentage of time to work while schooling, in fact you might even get a job right there in the school, it is very easy to do all these things once you are there. Our best seller ebook reveals and explains everything. There is no limit to what you can do concerning traveling to Canada if you can lay your hands on this ebook. It’s a must have if you are serious about traveling to Canada legally.

Question 3: There are many ways of traveling to Canada which I discovered in the ebook. Should I embark on all of them at once?

Answer You can for instance apply for immigration to Canada program or Community nomination program with the information and link exposed in the ebook. Then while waiting for your turn you might as well submit your resume (c.v.) to some companies that might interest you with our job guide. If you do get a job first then you can move to Canada in 3 months with your work permit. You can then pick up your permanent resident card later when it’s ready. But you are already in Canada working legally. But the PR Card just gives you permanent resident status (you are just like a citizen).

If you are a student remember that you can be working and schooling in Canada at the same time as long as you traveled with your study permit together with your student visa. Everything has been thoroughly explained and provided in the Guide/Ebook.

Question 4: Don’t I need a certificate or certifications when am working in Canada?

Answer: If any job need certifications the company you are applying to or their placement agents will state it clearly, however, you will discover so many employers that don’t need any certification.

All they are interested to know is that you are willing and can do the job. I’ve seen so many employers in Canada that provide training's for new employees.

Question 5: Do You Have Help Or Good Information For Me To Obtain Visa If I Just Want To Visit Canada And Come Back To My Country?

Answer : The ebook contains all you need whether you just want to visit Canada, get a job or immigrate permanently. Also there is a bonus ebook that is dedicated exclusively to everything you need to know about visiting Canada successfully with your visa in hand. It is given out as bonus to those that place their order early.

Question 6: Can I go from Canada To the United States of America?

Answer: When you obtain your Canadian permanent resident card (PR Card) you can visit the United States of America and hundreds of other countries without needing a visa or other documents. Not only that with your Canadian PR Card you can comfortably move to the U.S. and work. Canada is no more different than U.S.A. But it will be easy for you to secure job in Canada than in the U.S.

Again, if you are a student in Canada you can visit the United States and so many other countries during vacation with your Canadian student visa. You only need to pay for your airline ticket.

Question 7: What family members may come with me to Canada when I immigrate?

Answer The family members that can come with you to Canada when you become a permanent resident include: • your spouse or common-law partner • your dependent child or your spouse or common-law partner’s dependent child and • a dependent child of a dependent child.

Your parents, grandparents and other family members are not eligible to come to Canada with you. However, you can apply to sponsor them to come to Canada after you immigrate here.

Question 8: What is the difference between study permit and work permit?

Answer

Work permit is a document that is given to you together with your visiting visa that enables you to work legally in Canada. Even though you have a temporary resident visa the work permit is the authentic document that guarantees your continuous staying in Canada and working successfully without fear of deportation. You can engage in either professional or odd jobs depending on the job you are able to find. If you visit Canada without work permit you may work but not legally.

That means if you are a professional it will be difficult for you to secure a good job with your certification, except of course if you apply for temporary resident status, giving reasons. Until when it is granted you cannot work legally in Canada. It is very important for you to secure your work permit before leaving for Canada. It takes 3 months for a work permit to come out and afterwards you can travel to Canada successfully.

Study permit is nearly similar to a work permit except that this particular document is given to students that secured admission in Canada. This is to enable them combine schooling and working when they get to Canada. Without your study permit as a student you will still study successfully in Canada, however, you will not be allowed to work legally in Canada. That is why your study permit is very essential as a student so you don’t have to depend on your parents back in your country to be sending you money for up keep.

 

 

 FACT: Canada’s fertility rate sits at 1.61 children per female, which is well below the replacement rate, since Canada’s population is aging rapidly (median age is 37.8 years and rising). Much of Canada’s population growth is due to immigration and this is expected to continue throughout the 21st century. In fact, Canada has planned to compensate their falling birth rate EXCLUSIVELY through immigration!

FACT:
"Immigration stimulates Canada 's growth, prosperity and cultural diversity.
Canada benefits from the talents, experience and energy of immigrants, whether they are skilled workers, business people, foreign students, temporary workers or others."

Moving to Canada is a decision that will be a turning point in your life. It will change the future for you and your family dramatically for the better!

Wouldn't you just love to live in a dynamic country that's the choice for many of the world's immigrants because of its stability, prosperity and respect for diversity?

Don't Miss Your Chance To Build A Future You Could Be Proud Of!

What if you could effortlessly get the legal documentation to move to a land of opportunity, where you can build a safe and secure future for yourself, your family and your future generations?

 

You are the master of your own destiny. Decide today to create your own future.
Never accept defeat unless you have made your last attempt. Never make your last attempt, unless you have succeeded.

If you can dream it, then you can achieve it. - Zig Ziglar

The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes. This is your opportunity. Now take it.

 

LIVING IN CANADA

Living peacefully in Canada is one thing that must be put into consideration before embarking on the journey to Canada. Regarding papers (I mean your immigration documents), I will take them from different angles, but long and short is, once you enter Canada (irrespective of which immigration route), unless you commit a crime, you are almost guaranteed to stay.
If you come as a student, under the new immigration initiative, after school you can apply to stay. You will get your residency and you can start enjoying Canada as a worker. If you come as a worker, same applies as above. If you are coming in with your resident permit from Nigeria, then you are golden, and what you need to do immediately is to get settled with a job of
your choice. If you come as a visitor, first you will need to extend your stay. After about two extensions, you may have to look for a job where you can be sponsor for a work permit. A lot of Nigerians who do not know how to go about this has resolved to engage in marital relationship that is not of their choice just to gain a resident permit.

There are a lot of jobs in Canada, especially if you are a professional, although like in so many other places, you may need to upgrade, or to start at a lower level to get `Canadian Experience` Nurses have no problems the world over. Canada is no exception. For those with only secondary education, or non professionals, or just for starters, there are various options you can take. You may have to start with a lower job where you may need to acquire a little training for a short time.

According to the immigration policy of Canada, anyone who enters Canada as a visitor can eventually decide to stay back in Canada through various route stated thus:

1. A visitor can apply for an extension of stay in Canada,
2. A visitor in Canada can be sponsor by an employer, who will then assist the visitor to get a work permit with the offer of job. This work permit will hence guarantee a stay in Canada for as long as the job remains.
3. A visitor can stay back in Canada by engaging in a marital relationship with a Canadian citizen
4. A visitor can stay back in Canada by declaring himself/herself as a refugee provided the necessary documentations are in place.

Health care is awesome. Everyone pays basic health insurance monthly, or your job might pay it, or if you have low income, the government will pay it, or subsidize it. You can then go to the doctors and hospitals for nothing and majority of procedures are covered. A friend’s mom has had two knee replacement surgeries since she got her resident permit 2 years ago. She entered Canada as a visitor by the way. The people that I know who have moved to Canada from the US have done so because they could not get their papers (permanent residence) in the US, but did in Canada.
Also a lot of people, consider Canada a bit safer for raising a family, but again its only a matter of choice. It is after all God that protects us all! Social life in Canada is awesome too. A lot of fun catching can be done as long as you know what you are doing will not contradict the position of the law.

 

Top 10 Reasons to Come to Canada


1. Canada Rated the BEST Place to Live!
Every year since 1994, the United Nations has rated Canada as the best country in the world to live in.

2. Prosperity in Canada
The economy is BOOMING! A fast growing, modern, industrialized nation, Canada offers unlimited potential and opportunity. With the highest standard of living, Canada is one of the richest countries and is getting better.

3. The Good Life
 Canadians enjoy one of the highest qualities of life in the world. The clean environment makes for clean living. Life expectancy is 76.5 years.

4. Growing Job Market
At 6.8%, Canada’s unemployment rate is the lowest it’s been since 1976, with hundreds of thousands of new jobs created each year. Canadians earn an average annual income of approximately $40,000.

5. Low Tax and Inflation
Consistently decreasing taxes and a 2.3% inflation rate make for a resilient economy, and Canadians get to keep more of their personal income each year. This is like giving the whole country a BIG RAISE!

6. Business and Industry
Unlimited opportunities for development exist in the natural resources, manufacturing, construction, import/export, commerce, high-tech and service industries.

7. Top Quality Education
Offering free primary and secondary education and subsidized post-secondary studies, Canada spends more on education than any industrialized nation. Canadian universities and colleges have a strong international reputation for high quality.

8. Health and Welfare
 Canadians have access to social assistance programs, affordable housing, FREE HEALTHCARE, and a strong government that helps its people.

9. Safe and Secure
Community policing, strict gun control laws, and a fair justice system make Canada safe and secure for everyone. Crime rates are among the lowest in the world, and continue to decline.

10. Multiculturalism
 Canada encourages immigrants to retain their unique culture. Nowhere else is there such a diversity of cultures existing together in a tolerant, peaceful society.

When you purchase “YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA you will automatically have information that will give access to hundreds of job offers and employers all over Canada. It will provide you with the names of employers and their addresses where you could send your resume to. 

Work in Canada
Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce. Work in Canada is an important aspect of Canadian immigration.

Canada Immigration Live and Work in Canada ''YOUR COMPLETE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CANADA''

Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 


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Our Do-It-Yourself tutorials will enable an individual to use the easy step-by-step instructions and original application forms to prepare and file one's own immigration case. Each package includes the required immigration forms, instructions, eligibility requirements, procedures, and guide.
The entire process of obtaining the Permanent Residence Status in Canada is very simple and straightforward. The strategy is to get on the right track from the beginning. (To get the right information, instructions, examples and application forms.) 
The advantage you have by processing your application by yourself, besides saving thousands of dollars is that, you have a full control over your file at first hand and faster processing results.
By obtaining a package you will have the necessary information required to prepare, complete, and submit your applications to the Canadian immigration authorities. We have thousands and thousands of satisfied customers from all over the world that have used our Do-It-Yourself packages and obtained their Permanent Residence in Canada.
You have a choice. You can hire an Immigration Lawyer and pay between $2500-$10,000 or you can order our Do-It-Yourself tutorials that will provide you everything you need for FREE.
Our Do-It-Yourself Kits are WORLD CLASS complete package available IN THE WORLD! They are updated on a daily basis by our editorial staff with the latest information on the changes of the Canadian Immigration Law. Our easy to follow kits are assembled by professional and experienced immigration consultants and immigration specialists.
 

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2) The compiler of the ebook is a super travel consultant who is widely traveled, experienced and knows the in and out of traveling to Canada. He has also consulted with several experts on CANADIAN IMMIGRATION in compiling the ebook.

3) Instead of spending thousands of dollars pursuing visa and in the end becoming frustrated why not get first hand information on how you can make your dream of TRAVELING TO CANADA a reality by ordering a copy of the ebook that has given thousands of people worldwide easy step by step guide to Canada.

4) The bonus give away price will soon end and if you don’t get it now that it is very cheap and affordable you must be ready to cough up the new price that the publisher will set for it or forfeit your dream of traveling to Canada.

5) After you order for the priceless ebook you are free to mail us for any further questions bothering you and we will gladly assist. We have been doing this for years for our customers. Most of our customers don’t even bother because the ebook is very comprehensive on the subject and explains everything in an easy to understand way.

6) More bonuses now added to help you move to Canada easily.

 

I am dedicated to finding exciting career opportunities for you in a variety of fields. I successfully match you with the positions they are looking for in Canada. Therefore many of the best jobs come directly to me. These are position that you will not find in the newspaper or on the internet. About 80% of the available jobs in Canada are not advertised! I can help you find the position you have been looking for.
 

Are YOU Ready to start the process of YOUR Immigration to Canada?

 

 

LEARN WHAT CANADA CAN OFFER YOU

There is good reason that Canada is one of the top immigration destinations and although the reasons are many we have taken the time to lay out some of the things that make Canada great and also the benefits that will be available to you as a Permanent Resident

Reasons why Immigrate to Canada

•          A Multi-Cultural, Open and free society that embraces your culture and diversity;

•          Excellent Standard of Living while continually voted as one of the best places to Live in the world;

•          Secure Financial System based on Conservative Banking Practices;

•          A country with a low Population; a large land area; with a clean and diverse environment;

•          A Safe and Healthy Environment where you will live longer;

•          Very little Corruption and overt control/favoritism by an Elite Class

•          A Peace Loving Country with Friendly People; Benefits of Living in Canada

•          An active economy with great job prospects and low cost of living;

•          Free Medical Care available to all residents of Canada;

•          Government Benefits for all Citizens;

•          Excellent Benefits for your Children;

•          Access to the United States and North American Markets through NAFTA;

•          Travel the World Freely with a Canadian Passport;

•          Live Longer; Happier and Enjoy your life;

 Why Canada

- Canada is voted by the united nations as one of the best countries in the world to live in.

- Canada has one of the world best, if not the best education system with multiple options to choose from.

-Tuition and living expenses are relatively lower compared to the UK and U.S.A.

-Canadian Educational Certificates are recognized all over the world.

-Canada is globally recognized as friendly, multicultural society with high Values.

-Canada has a low crime rate.

-Canada has an affordable high standard of living.

-International students are permitted to work on and off Campus during their studies,and after graduation students are eligible to work for a period of 1-3 years which gives them an opportunity to have an international work experience and may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada.

 

 Top Nine Reasons to Study in Canada.

So you want to study in Canada, but you need just a few more facts before committing to the full experience? Here are a few of the many reasons why others have chosen Canada for their study abroad experience.

* Qualifications Valued Around the World
* Affordable Education
* Multicultural Society
* Healthy and Safe Communities
* World-Class Language Education
* Exciting Campus Lifestyle
* Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities
* Land of Possibilities
* Possibility of Immigration

Qualifications Valued Around the World.
Canada’s high academic standards and rigorous quality controls mean that you’ll be earning a high-quality education that will open doors for your future and benefit your career over the long term. A Canadian degree, diploma or certificate is globally recognized as being equivalent to those obtained from the United States or Commonwealth countries.

Affordable Education.
The quality of education and living standards in Canada are amongst the highest in the world, but the cost of living and tuition fees for international students are generally lower than in other countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom. As such, Canada is often the preferred choice for students attending college or university.

Multicultural Society.
With almost all of the world’s ethnic groups represented in Canada, it’s hard not to find ethnic foods and recreation activities associated with specific cultures. In fact, your international student ad-visor can help you get in touch with any number of ethnic clubs and associations for you to join while you’re here.

Healthy and Safe Communities.
While you may have heard of or experienced Canadians’ friendly and open nature, you may not have known that the United Nations consistently ranks Canada as one of the best places in the world to live. As an international student in Canada, you’ll enjoy all of the same freedoms which protect Canadians – respect for human rights, equality, and a stable and peaceful society.

World-Class Language Education.
Did you know that Canada is a bilingual country and is considered a world leader in language training? Since teaching French and English as a first and second language is an integral part of a Canadian education, you will be able to improve your fluency and capacity for either language as you further your studies.

Exciting Campus Lifestyle.

Canada’s post-secondary campuses aren’t only wired with the latest in sophisticated technology, but countless other modern amenities as well. From Olympic-quality sports facilities to public concert halls and art galleries, Canada’s post-secondary campuses offer you enormous possibilities for learning and leisure. Plus, you’ll have incredible opportunities to meet like-minded individuals and gain valuable experience through student-run governments, radio, newspapers and businesses.

Innovative and Abundant Research Opportunities.
Since research is one of the key components of a Canadian post-secondary education, you’ll have ample opportunity to become a part of this vibrant aspect of education. In Canada, government and industry together support research including: telecommunications, medicine, agriculture, computer technology, and environmental science.

Land of Possibilities.
Under Canada’s highly dynamic and hands-on academic environment, you will not only acquire knowledge and skills in analysis and communication, but you will also learn how to express yourself, demonstrate your creativity, and develop your self-confidence! Teachers and professors are always available and eager to help with lessons, and studies fuse academic excellence with interaction and collaboration in the classroom.

Possibility of Immigration.
Did you know that international students with Canadian credentials and Canadian work experience may apply for permanent residency without having to leave Canada?

 

THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy yet
THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy ye
THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy yet
(Academy Canada offer lots and lots of Vocational programs even for adults without O’levels and also Short programs from 3 months to 2 years )

*Memorial University – http://www.mun.ca/
 isa@mun.ca, admissions@mun.ca

*University of Windsor - http://www.uwindsor.ca/
registrar@uwindsor.ca, helpdesk@uwindsor.ca

*University of Manitoba - http://umanitoba.ca/
admissions@umanitoba.ca

University of Regina - http://www.uregina.ca/
 student.recruitment@uregina.ca,  registrar@uregina.ca

*University of Saskatchewan - https://www.usask.ca/
admissions@usask.ca; international@usask.ca

The University of Winnipeg – https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/
admissions@uwinnipeg.ca, welcome@uwinnipeg.ca

*The University of British Columbia - https://www.ubc.ca/
recruitment.ok@ubc.ca

University of New Brunswick : https://www.unb.ca/
chooseunb@unb.ca

Canadian Mennonite University : http://www.cmu.ca/
 info:@:cmu.ca


For Undergraduate or any other Degree programs:

Subject: Application for Admission Inquiry

Hello,

I am so happy to have come across your university website online and after going through the list of programs available I have now decided to be part of your institution international student next session.
In regards to this i will like to confirm the following:

1- Am i required to write an English Exam ?
2- Am i required to pay a tuition fee deposit directly from Nigeria?

Thank you.

Uzezi






British Columbia
? British Columbia Institute of Technology
? Camosun College
? Capilano College
? College of New Caledonia
? College of the Rockies
? Coquitlam College
? Douglas College
? Emily Carr Institute of Arts and Design
? Institute of Indigenous Government
? Justice Institute of British Columbia
? Kwantlen College
? Langara College
? Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
? North Island College
? Northern Lights College
? Northwest Community College
? Selkirk College
? Vancouver Community College


THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy yet

Click here - http://workingguide2canadawebscom.webs.com/
Academy Canada – https://www.academycanada.com/ info@academycanada.com 
(Academy Canada offer lots and lots of Vocational programs even for adults without O’levels and also Short programs from 3 months to 2 years )

*Memorial University – http://www.mun.ca/
 isa@mun.ca, admissions@mun.ca

*University of Windsor - http://www.uwindsor.ca/
registrar@uwindsor.ca, helpdesk@uwindsor.ca

*University of Manitoba - http://umanitoba.ca/
admissions@umanitoba.ca

University of Regina - http://www.uregina.ca/
 student.recruitment@uregina.ca,  registrar@uregina.ca

*University of Saskatchewan - https://www.usask.ca/
admissions@usask.ca; international@usask.ca

The University of Winnipeg – https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/
admissions@uwinnipeg.ca, welcome@uwinnipeg.ca

*The University of British Columbia - https://www.ubc.ca/
recruitment.ok@ubc.ca

University of New Brunswick : https://www.unb.ca/
chooseunb@unb.ca

Canadian Mennonite University : http://www.cmu.ca/
 info:@:cmu.ca


For Undergraduate or any other Degree programs:

Subject: Application for Admission Inquiry

Hello,

I am so happy to have come across your university website online and after going through the list of programs available I have now decided to be part of your institution international student next session.
In regards to this i will like to confirm the following:

1- Am i required to write an English Exam ?
2- Am i required to pay a tuition fee deposit directly from Nigeria?

Thank you.

Uzezi






British Columbia
? British Columbia Institute of Technology
? Camosun College
? Capilano College
? College of New Caledonia
? College of the Rockies
? Coquitlam College
? Douglas College
? Emily Carr Institute of Arts and Design
? Institute of Indigenous Government
? Justice Institute of British Columbia
? Kwantlen College
? Langara College
? Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
? North Island College
? Northern Lights College
? Northwest Community College
? Selkirk College
? Vancouver Community College


THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy yet

Click here - http://workingguide2canadawebscom.webs.com/
(Academy Canada offer lots and lots of Vocational programs even for adults without O’levels and also Short programs from 3 months to 2 years )

*Memorial University – http://www.mun.ca/
 isa@mun.ca, admissions@mun.ca

*University of Windsor - http://www.uwindsor.ca/
registrar@uwindsor.ca, helpdesk@uwindsor.ca

*University of Manitoba - http://umanitoba.ca/
admissions@umanitoba.ca

University of Regina - http://www.uregina.ca/
 student.recruitment@uregina.ca,  registrar@uregina.ca

*University of Saskatchewan - https://www.usask.ca/
admissions@usask.ca; international@usask.ca

The University of Winnipeg – https://www.uwinnipeg.ca/
admissions@uwinnipeg.ca, welcome@uwinnipeg.ca

*The University of British Columbia - https://www.ubc.ca/
recruitment.ok@ubc.ca

University of New Brunswick : https://www.unb.ca/
chooseunb@unb.ca

Canadian Mennonite University : http://www.cmu.ca/
 info:@:cmu.ca


For Undergraduate or any other Degree programs:

Subject: Application for Admission Inquiry

Hello,

I am so happy to have come across your university website online and after going through the list of programs available I have now decided to be part of your institution international student next session.
In regards to this i will like to confirm the following:

1- Am i required to write an English Exam ?
2- Am i required to pay a tuition fee deposit directly from Nigeria?

Thank you.

Uzezi






British Columbia
? British Columbia Institute of Technology
? Camosun College
? Capilano College
? College of New Caledonia
? College of the Rockies
? Coquitlam College
? Douglas College
? Emily Carr Institute of Arts and Design
? Institute of Indigenous Government
? Justice Institute of British Columbia
? Kwantlen College
? Langara College
? Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
? North Island College
? Northern Lights College
? Northwest Community College
? Selkirk College
? Vancouver Community College


THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy yet

Click here - http://workingguide2canadawebscom.webs.com/

REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy ye

For more information about the possibility of immigration to Canada;

CONTACTt:

2017 COMMUNICATION CHANNELS:

Priority will be given to EMAIL, SMS and WHATSAPP Communication this year, as I limit phone-call access to once per week - (Mondays 11am - 2pm).

My current communication channels are as follows:

My Email Address is: canadaconect@gmail.com

Phone Calls: (+234) 08089367723 (Mondays 11am - 2pm Only)
WhatsApp/SMS TEXT ONLY: (+234) 08089367723(Mon to Fri, 9am - 5pm Only)

 


REVEALED !!! 

Attention! Only 45 copies of this book can be downloaded Today!


Dear Friend,


 A Visa is a document that has been defined in various terms
(relative to the country in focus within this Report i.e. the Canada)
including the following:



    It is either a multicoloured stamp or computerized document
affixed to a page in your passport by a Canadian embassy, high
commission or consulate. This affixed stamp allows international
visitors to travel to Canada as long as the date on the visa has not
expired.



    A visa is also the stamp in a passport which serves as an
application to enter a given country; in this case the Canadian Visa
stamps can only be obtained overseas at Canadian embassies, high
commissions or consulates.



    A Canadian visa is the actual document affixed within your
passport that allows you to gain entry Canada on the grounds of the
particular reason for which the visa was issued.



    The reason for which your visa has been issued determines your
status within the country. This means that is if you were issued a
Visa based on the fact that your application forms indicates that that
you were going on a visit, then you would be entering Canada in the
status of a Visitor and not a student.



    Your visa is a seal or endorsement made on your passport by the
proper Canadian officials and it entitles you as the bearer to apply
for entry into Canada at the port of admission.



    The visa is seen as a certificate that is put into your passport
or travel document it implies permission to enter into Canada.



    However; A visa does not guarantee entry into Canada. That remains
the right of the immigration officials of Canada.



    If you have a valid Canadian visa, immigration officers will not
normally refuse you entry to Canada unless your circumstances have
changed, or you gave false information or did not tell the Entry
Clearance Officers important facts when you applied for your visa.


Here Is What Successful Applicants Are Saying



    Greetings Michael,

    You are correct about my being in Canada now. I got my visa and I
have been trying to catch up with all that I have missed and
assignments too.


    I never would have been able to apply for the visa on my own,
given my busy work schedule and family commitments. I got that Visa
because of your attention to details and the patience you demonstrate
during the consulting session.

    The embassy requested that I go for medical tests in January 6 and
a month after the test, I received a call asking for proof of my
additional funding and my visa was issued.

    I know I should have written you immediately I got the visa. I am
sorry I did not. I was anxious that I was missing classes already.

    Thank you for your help in packaging my documents. Indeed I am grateful.

    Kind regards,

    Cecilia O. J.
    The university of winnipeg
    



In This No-Nonsense Straight-to-the-point GuideBook you will discover:

- Where and How to Obtain a Nigerian Passport (If you dont have one yet)

- I will reveal to you, the schools that will offer you admission within two weeks no matter your AGE


- How you will pay your admission fee .

- Schools that offer short programs .

- Schools that doesn't require an English examinations such as : IELTS,TOFL and the rest .

- Tricks to overcome schools that ask for English exams .

- Schools that will allow you pay your tuition fee ONLY when you arrive Canada and start classes so you dont have to pay from Nigeria .

- Schools that offer vocational programs , like Carpentry,Plumbing,Beauty technician .e.t.c

- Schools that offer awesome undergraduate degree programs from Law to Medicine .

- Tricks on how to get your student Visa within 12 weeks from Nigeria .

- Documents that are really needed to ensure easy processing of your visa .

- You will discover programs with NO AGE LIMIT as you will discover schools who accepts adult even without any O'level Results.

- List of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- Location of all the University and Colleges in Canada .

- How to fill your visa application forms accurately (Very important) .

- How to snap the proper passport photograph .

- Addresses and Locations of the agent accepting Canadian Visa application in Lagos and Abuja .

- How to obtain the necessary required visa documents.

- Things you must never mention in your visa application form .

- Things that you must do on the day you are submitting your visa application .

- How to apply for your family in a single visa application.

- What you need to do on the day you are submitting your Visa application.

- Tricks on how to defer your admissions if you don't want to go to school again even when you arrive Canada.

- How to gather supporting documents , even if you don't have a sponsor

-  Grant and Scholarship sponsorship method

- How to apply if you are pregnant or about to delivery a baby

- Phd Program application testimonial (includes method you can copy)

- How to deal with pregnancy/having a baby while studying in Canada.

- How to obtain a Police report and  Affidavit for your Visa application

- How to go about your Medicals ( The two ways you can have your medical exam)

AND LOTS MORE E.T.C

 IN THIS DETAILED ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE YOU ARE GUARANTEED OF GETTING YOUR CANADIAN STUDENT VISA AND STUDY PERMIT
 

 If you are reading this now , consider yourself lucky !!!

The single biggest reason why most people never get to experience any significant level of success, joy and fulfillment in their lives is that they neglect to take the time to work out what they want and work out how they are going to make it happen!

Its not everyone that is qualified for this latest opportunity in this report, but if you are ready enough i will let you have the whole secret and strategy to yourself , and be on your way to a fulfillment life in Canada.


Schools accepting Tuition Fee on Arrival in Canada

Sometimes when people call me , or we are just discussing 

one on one , there is this one question -

" THEY SAID ONE MUST PAY SCHOOL FEES" before you can be issued a Canadian Visa .
My straight answer to them is " NO "

First of all the question says " THEY " who are the they ?People who never tried anything . 

My answer is a capital NO because its NO , reason,

when Canada issue a refusal letter, they have never mentioned 

anything about You not paying your tuition fee as a reason for 

refusal, even the high commission advises people to pay their

tuition only when they get to Canada so you paying your tuition 

fee ahead from NIGERIA is an OPTION . 

Secondly years back when i had an interview during my application i asked if
paying tuition fee is a mandatory thing to do

and the Officer told me  - If the school demands it, do it before you apply for your study
permit if not , the option is left to the applicant, the application that came through for
me after applying more than 3 times i didnt pay a dime not even until i got to CANADA but until i registered 

my courses and i have charged per credit hour for each course i registered.

Thirdly, i have seen people who even went ahead an pay almost C$20,000 

for tuition fee and the end their visa application are still denied . 

WAIT , YES there are schools thats making it a compulsory thing that 

an international student must pay either part deposit or full tuition (school fees)
before they can issue them an OFFER LETTER 

LASTLY there are some schools that ONLY accept tuition fee only when you
are in Canada after registering your courses .

Question - How do you find those schools that allows you to pay only when you get to CANADA 

Answer - I have listed few of them in my ENCYCLOPEADIA OF GETTING ADMISSION AND STUDYING IN CANADA GUIDE. if you dont have a copy yet
By Mr Orahemo Michael,

Canadian Immigration / Educational Consultant

Good Luck 

Work in Canada
Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce. Work in Canada is an important aspect of Canadian immigration.

Canada Immigration Live and Work in Canada

Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 

JOBS CATERGORY IN CANADA TO CHOOSE FROM

Job Sectors I have assisted clients with:

Accounting & Finance Jobs
Admin, Secretarial & PA’s Jobs
Charity & Voluntary Jobs
Construction & Property Jobs
Customer Services Jobs
Educational Jobs
Engineering Jobs
FMCG Jobs
Green Jobs
Insurance & Financial Services Jobs
Health & Medicine Jobs
Hospitality & Catering Jobs
Human Resources Jobs
IT & Telecom Jobs
Legal Jobs 
Leisure & Tourism Jobs
Management Jobs
Manufacturing Jobs
Marketing & PR Jobs
Media, Digital & Creative Jobs
Motoring Jobs
Multilingual Jobs
Part Time Jobs
Public Sector Jobs
Purchasing Jobs
Retail Jobs
Sales Jobs
Scientific Jobs
Social Care Jobs
Temporary Jobs
Transport & Logistics Jobs

Regions I can help you find a job in:


Alberta
BC
Ontario
Vancouver Jobs
Edmonton
Fort McMurray
Calgary
Toronto Jobs
Montreal
Ottawa



I am dedicated to finding exciting career opportunities for you in a variety of fields. I successfully match you with the positions they are looking for in Canada. Therefore many of the best jobs come directly to me. These are position that you will not find in the newspaper or on the internet. About 80% of the available jobs in Canada are not advertised! I can help you find the position you have been looking for.

 

 

Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce. Work in Canada is an important aspect of Canadian immigration.

Canada Immigration Live and Work in Canada

Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 

JOBS CATERGORY IN CANADA TO CHOOSE FROM

Job Sectors I have assisted clients with:

Accounting & Finance Jobs
Admin, Secretarial & PA’s Jobs
Charity & Voluntary Jobs
Construction & Property Jobs
Customer Services Jobs
Educational Jobs
Engineering Jobs
FMCG Jobs
Green Jobs
Insurance & Financial Services Jobs
Health & Medicine Jobs
Hospitality & Catering Jobs
Human Resources Jobs
IT & Telecom Jobs
Legal Jobs 
Leisure & Tourism Jobs
Management Jobs
Manufacturing Jobs
Marketing & PR Jobs
Media, Digital & Creative Jobs
Motoring Jobs
Multilingual Jobs
Part Time Jobs
Public Sector Jobs
Purchasing Jobs
Retail Jobs
Sales Jobs
Scientific Jobs
Social Care Jobs
Temporary Jobs
Transport & Logistics Jobs

Regions I can help you find a job in:


Alberta
BC
Ontario
Vancouver Jobs
Edmonton
Fort McMurray
Calgary
Toronto Jobs
Montreal
Ottawa



I am dedicated to finding exciting career opportunities for you in a variety of fields. I successfully match you with the positions they are looking for in Canada. Therefore many of the best jobs come directly to me. These are position that you will not find in the newspaper or on the internet. About 80% of the available jobs in Canada are not advertised! I can help you find the position you have been looking for.

Good Luck!
Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce. Work in Canada is an important aspect of Canadian immigration.

Canada Immigration Live and Work in Canada

Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 

JOBS CATERGORY IN CANADA TO CHOOSE FROM

Job Sectors I have assisted clients with:

Accounting & Finance Jobs
Admin, Secretarial & PA’s Jobs
Charity & Voluntary Jobs
Construction & Property Jobs
Customer Services Jobs
Educational Jobs
Engineering Jobs
FMCG Jobs
Green Jobs
Insurance & Financial Services Jobs
Health & Medicine Jobs
Hospitality & Catering Jobs
Human Resources Jobs
IT & Telecom Jobs
Legal Jobs 
Leisure & Tourism Jobs
Management Jobs
Manufacturing Jobs
Marketing & PR Jobs
Media, Digital & Creative Jobs
Motoring Jobs
Multilingual Jobs
Part Time Jobs
Public Sector Jobs
Purchasing Jobs
Retail Jobs
Sales Jobs
Scientific Jobs
Social Care Jobs
Temporary Jobs
Transport & Logistics Jobs

Regions I can help you find a job in:


Alberta
BC
Ontario
Vancouver Jobs
Edmonton
Fort McMurray
Calgary
Toronto Jobs
Montreal
Ottawa



I am dedicated to finding exciting career opportunities for you in a variety of fields. I successfully match you with the positions they are looking for in Canada. Therefore many of the best jobs come directly to me. These are position that you will not find in the newspaper or on the internet. About 80% of the available jobs in Canada are not advertised! I can help you find the position you have been looking for.

Good Luck!
Work in Canada
Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce. Work in Canada is an important aspect of Canadian immigration.

Canada Immigration Live and Work in Canada

Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 

JOBS CATERGORY IN CANADA TO CHOOSE FROM

Job Sectors I have assisted clients with:

Accounting & Finance Jobs
Admin, Secretarial & PA’s Jobs
Charity & Voluntary Jobs
Construction & Property Jobs
Customer Services Jobs
Educational Jobs
Engineering Jobs
FMCG Jobs
Green Jobs
Insurance & Financial Services Jobs
Health & Medicine Jobs
Hospitality & Catering Jobs
Human Resources Jobs
IT & Telecom Jobs
Legal Jobs 
Leisure & Tourism Jobs
Management Jobs
Manufacturing Jobs
Marketing & PR Jobs
Media, Digital & Creative Jobs
Motoring Jobs
Multilingual Jobs
Part Time Jobs
Public Sector Jobs
Purchasing Jobs
Retail Jobs
Sales Jobs
Scientific Jobs
Social Care Jobs
Temporary Jobs
Transport & Logistics Jobs

Regions I can help you find a job in:


Alberta
BC
Ontario
Vancouver Jobs
Edmonton
Fort McMurray
Calgary
Toronto Jobs
Montreal
Ottawa



I am dedicated to finding exciting career opportunities for you in a variety of fields. I successfully match you with the positions they are looking for in Canada. Therefore many of the best jobs come directly to me. These are position that you will not find in the newspaper or on the internet. About 80% of the available jobs in Canada are not advertised! I can help you find the position you have been looking for.

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Work in Canada
Canada is actively seeking foreign workers and professionals to help grow the strong national workforce. Work in Canada is an important aspect of Canadian immigration.

Canada Immigration Live and Work in Canada

Each year, close to 200,000 foreign skilled workers come to work in Canada on Temporary Work Permits.

In order to work in Canada on a temporary basis, foreign skilled workers must have a temporary offer of employment from a Canadian employer and be granted a Temporary Work Permit by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC). 

JOBS CATERGORY IN CANADA TO CHOOSE FROM

Job Sectors I have assisted clients with:

Accounting & Finance Jobs
Admin, Secretarial & PA’s Jobs
Charity & Voluntary Jobs
Construction & Property Jobs
Customer Services Jobs
Educational Jobs
Engineering Jobs
FMCG Jobs
Green Jobs
Insurance & Financial Services Jobs
Health & Medicine Jobs
Hospitality & Catering Jobs
Human Resources Jobs
IT & Telecom Jobs
Legal Jobs 
Leisure & Tourism Jobs
Management Jobs
Manufacturing Jobs
Marketing & PR Jobs
Media, Digital & Creative Jobs
Motoring Jobs
Multilingual Jobs
Part Time Jobs
Public Sector Jobs
Purchasing Jobs
Retail Jobs
Sales Jobs
Scientific Jobs
Social Care Jobs
Temporary Jobs
Transport & Logistics Jobs

Regions I can help you find a job in:


Alberta
BC
Ontario
Vancouver Jobs
Edmonton
Fort McMurray
Calgary
Toronto Jobs
Montreal
Ottawa



I am dedicated to finding exciting career opportunities for you in a variety of fields. I successfully match you with the positions they are looking for in Canada. Therefore many of the best jobs come directly to me. These are position that you will not find in the newspaper or on the internet. About 80% of the available jobs in Canada are not advertised! I can help you find the position you have been looking for.