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Most people would move to Canada, if they could—survey

>> Thursday, June 24, 2010

Yesterday, June 23, 2010, Inquirer published the result of the survey conducted by Ipsos Reid saying that "Most people would move to Canada, if given the opportunity".




OTTAWA—A majority of people from around the world would move to Canada if presented with the opportunity, according to a survey out Tuesday.

The online survey of over 18,000 people in 24 countries, conducted by Ipsos Reid, showed that 53 percent of people -- including 77 percent of respondents from China and 68 percent from India --


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Do you want to live and work in Canada, too?

Well you have to hurry and start your application right away. Changes with the Federal Skilled Workers Class (6 to 12 months processing), is expected to come out soon, if you do not hurry and the changes are not favorable to you then you will no longer be able to apply, and this opportunity will no longer be available to you.

Hurry start your applications right now before its too late!

Send your resume to jaraneta@go2canada.com for assessment, or fill out the On-line assessment form.

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Changes in the VISA party Venue

>> Monday, June 21, 2010

ATTEND THE CIC VISA PARTY!

For the last few months, we have been celebrating the success of our applicants in their application for Permanent Residents Visa for Canada.

Last June 5, 2010 Visa party held at Aristocrat Restaurant was a huge success, as we watched the happy faces of our clients who already received their their Visa's as a result of their applications that was processed within 6 to 12 months.


Here are some of the highlights of the June 5, 2010 Visa Party:

Clients very attentive during the event.

Ms. Pinky Cardillo - Immigration Consultant with Mr. and Mrs. Bughaw

Ms. Catherine Marquez with Mr. and Mrs. Cortez

Ms. Jaycel Escobilla Marilou Limiac

Mr. Apol Apuntar with Client

Mr. and Mrs. Noran

Gold and Jay Araneta discussing the next presentation after Mr. Frank Gordon's speech


CIC Lovely Ladies with their customary pose in every visa party

Visa Grantees Mr. Genie Amurao and Jocelyn Lumbao with Jay Araneta, one shot for posterity

Ms. Gold and my clients who got their Visa's - Bernice and Jo hanzen Hayag, Bernard and Melanie Yumol, Genie Amurao, Jocelyn Lumbao and me

As we always try to improve the services that we are giving to our clients, our Visa Party for July 3, 2010 and August 7 2010 will be moved to a bigger and better location.

Time: 4pm

New Venue: Bayview Park Hotel Manila (a 3-star hotel located along Roxas Boulevard, Manila)



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The Monthly Visa party is an event our company (Canadian Immigration Consultancy) holds so that we can share with everyone the good fortune of our applicants who already has their Permanent Residents Visa for Canada.

Everyone is invited to attend the event and listen to how the applicants overcame their problems in their applications.

Simultaneously those individuals who wants to learn about the new Federal Skilled Workers program, can attend the Canadian Opportunity Orientation seminar where they will know about the process, the timelines and the cost of the application.

If you are interested to attend our Seminars for July 3, 2010 or August 7, 2010 you can reserve on-line by filling out the Visa Party Online Application Form.

Fee to attend the event and dinner is P600.00 per attendee.

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gave 4 Visa's in one day



Last April 9, 2010,was a happy day in the office when I received 4 VISA results for 4 of my clients who applied for the Federal Skilled Worker Class, where applicants with at least 4 years work experience in the list of 38 high demand occupations can get their Permanent Residents Visa within 6 to 12 months. Which actually explains why I am wearing the same shirt in all 4 blogposts.







Helena Visaya; has work experience in National Occupation Classifications Code of Canada- 9212: Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities (click on the clients name to read application story)




Beverly Fernandez; has work experience in National Occupations Classification Code of Canada- 4131: College and Other Vocational Instructors and 3152: Registered Nurses
(click on the clients name to read application story)



Casiano An; Has work experience in National Occupation Classification Code of Canada- 0213: Computer and Information Systems Managers
(click on the clients name to read application story)

To review the List of 38 high demand occupations please click on the link:

List of 38 high demand occupations

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More and more applicants are getting their Permanent Residents Visa because they applied with the Federal Skilled Workers Program of Canada...

If like them you also want to achieve your dream in Living and Working in Canada, you should apply right now!

There will be changes in the program soon, if these changes are to your disadvantage you will no longer be able to apply...

If you want your credentials assessed you can fill out the On-line application form; on the other hand if you already know that you are qualified you have to apply Right now, give us a call or visit the office.

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Live and Work in Canada

>> Saturday, June 19, 2010


One of the eligible occupations in the list of 38 high demand occupations, that caught my attention early on, when the Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) Visa application was revised last February 2008, is 9212: Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities, why this is so, is because if you click the link you will see that that employment requirements for this occupation in Canada is completion of secondary school.

Which makes applicants under this occupation who works in the Philippines very competitive when they have the chance to become Permanent Residents in Canada because to be a supervisor in the Philippines in any industry, usually requires you to be a college graduate.

My client and friend, Helena Visaya was able to apply for the FSW application because she has extensive experience in this occupation within the last 10 years.

Helen, always wanted to go to Canada, when most of her friends from a company she worked with went to Canada but the circumstances that she had then did not permit her to continue with her plan.

But as the good book says, "
Everything has its own time, and there is a specific time for every activity under heaven - Ecclesiastes 3:1".

It was last Jul 10, 2009 when we sent her application to the Centralized intake office

Positive Assessment - Sep 10, 2009

Medical Notice - Dec 16, 2009

Visa Notice - Apr 19, 2010

Visa - Apr 8, 2010

Whenever I think about how we processed her application, I would always be reminded by my bad timing whenever I give her updates.

Like one time, I called her to inform her about her Medical Notice, and listened to her cry because her Mom passed away.

Or when I called her about her Visa Notice and she was with her friends, and she cried again.

My intentions for the call was always good, but I seemed to always make her shed her tears.

On April 9, 2010 I gave her Visa, and on this day am happy to note that Helen was all smiles not a trace of tear can be seen at the corner of her eyes.

At present, Helen is already in Canada.
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This can be your story too, if you have work experience in
9212: Supervisors, Petroleum, Gas and Chemical Processing and Utilities, for at least 4 years you too can get your Permanent Residents Visa for Canada!

But you should apply right now!

Take advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity!

Otherwise it will be too late...

Have your credentials assessed, fill out the On-line Application form.

If you already know that you are qualified find the time to visit the office or we can do everything over the Internet.


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Beverly Fernandez reuniting with her loved ones

Beverly Fernandez, Jay Araneta


Beverly Fernandez a Nurse and a College Instructor, is one of my clients who has a unique situation.

In their family, she is the only one left in the Philippines, because the rest of her Family are already in Canada. During the time that her parents applied for PR Visa for Canada, she was already passed the dependent age, and was no longer included in her Family application. When the Visa of her parents application came out, she was the only member in the Family without a Visa, which meant that she was left behind.

When she first came to me for advice, she told me that she has had previous applications that were not successful.

It may be luck or something else that pushed her to come to me this time, because both her work experiences, being a Nurse and a Clinical Instructor, are pare of the list of 38 High Demand Occupations eligible to apply for the Federal Skilled Workers (FSW) program for PR Visa in Canada.

She came to the right place, her application did not present any obstacle for her to get the Visa.



We filed her application last Sep 2, 2009
Received her Positive Assessment - Nov 4, 2009
Got her Medical Notice - Dec 16, 2009
Visa Notice was received - Mar 5, 2010
Visa Issued - Apr 9, 2010

The untainted smile on Beverly Fernandez's face was easily captured in the camera when I personally gave her visa last April 9, 2007.

And we were overwhelmed with joy that we helped her be reunited with the rest of her family in Canada.

Beverly Fernandez is already in Canada
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This can be your story too...

Do you want to get a Permanent Residents Visa for Canada like Beverly Fernandez?

If you have the Education and 4 years work experience in the list of 38 high demand occupations, then like Beverly, you too can became a Permanent Resident of Canada.

It is your opportunity and your choice.

We at Canadian Immigration Consultancy are certain that we can help you in your plan, but whether you should apply or not depends on whether or not you want to help yourself.

The Regulations are expected to change, the only sure way that you can take advantage of the 6 to 12 months processing time is by applying while the conditions are still in your favor.

If you delay your application and the regulation changes you will no longer be able to apply.

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IT Managers for Canada Immigration


Casiano and Caren An, Jay Araneta

Casiano An, an IT Manager for Intel Philippines came to me to learn his chances for Canada, before Intel Philippines closed down.

Learning that he had the chance to get a Permanent Residents Visa for Canada by applying in the Federal Skilled Workers Program where Computer and Informations Systems Managers are eligible to apply, he wasted no time.

He immediately signed a contract with us to help him in his application.




We filed his Family Application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) last - Jul 10, 2009

Received his Positive Assessment from the CIO - Sep 10, 2009

Got Medical Notice - Dec 22, 2009

Received his Visa Notice - Mar 17, 2010

Visa issued last - Apr 8, 2010

I personally gave the Visa to the happy couple last April 9, 2010.

The dates mentioned above shows that there were delays in Casiano An's application, which actually means that his application did not come without any difficulties.

The first challenge that we faced was to rush the processing of his work related papers and had them signed by the authorized signatories before Intel Philippines closed down.

The second challenge arose when during the their medical examination, a condition was causing the delay of their application.

With the track record and experience of the company I work with, Canadian Immigration Consultancy, all the concerns and problems that Casiano An had with his application was provided with the appropriate solution.

Casiano An and his family is already in Canada.
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This can be your story too...

Taking advantage of an opportunity depends only on one thing, are you qualified for the opportunity in the first place?

If you are, you have to decide whether or not you really want to get this opportunity or not.

This is what it will boil down to. The only time that you can really apply for the Federal Skilled workers program, is if you are still qualified.

It has been always that this PR VISA application program for Canada constantly changes. If you take too much time to decide and the regulation changes to your disadvantage, then you are the reason why you were not able to avail of this benefit.

You can blame no one but yourself why, this opportunity of a lifetime escaped your grasp.

As I always tell my applicants, I can only help those who are willing to help themselves and while the conditions are still in their favors.

Your only security of being able to take advantage of this easy immigration program is if you apply right now!

If you want to have your credentials assessed you can either send your resume to jaraneta@go2canada.com or fill out the On - line application form.

If you already know that you are qualified, what are you waiting for? Apply right now! Don't let this opportunity slip away!

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Author Jay Enrique A. Araneta Paranaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines Senior Consultant Canadian Immigration Consultancy, International Sales Director, International Job Recruitment Agency, Inc. You may email the author at jaraneta@go2canada.com. Canadian Immigration Consultancy Main Office: Ground Floor, Uniwide Coastal Mall, Tambo Paranaque City Telephone Number: 240 6500 loc. 8407 Privacy Policy

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