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What is the best Graduation Gift for your graduating Children?

>> Tuesday, March 22, 2011


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Seems like time really flies,it was not long ago that we welcomed the new year and now its already March 2011.

March is normally called Graduation Month, since this is the time of the year that students finish their schooling.

With this I would like to congratulate parents and students alike, good job!

Maybe some of the parents are wondering what is the best graduation gift they can give their children.

Here's a thought from us, How about an opportunity for them to live and work in Canada and enjoy the benefits of having a permanent residence in Canada?

While, your kids would still wait a long time before they can qualify for the Federal Skilled Workers program, you may already have what it take to give this to them!

Attend our Immigrant Visa Party and Seminar!

March 26, 2011, Saturday, 4pm
Aristocrat Restaurant - Malate Manila
Along Roxas Blvd.
Registration Fee P500/head
Reserve a seat now!

Attending this visa party and seminar will give you an idea about the process as well as the cost, learn which program may be applicable for you to help you realize your dream of living and working in Canada.

Click on link to make a reservation:

March 26, 2011 Visa Party Online reservation form

Last year, we had a client who used to work as a Bank Examiner at Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, who was granted with visa together with his family.

When he attended the visa party for pre-departure orientation, it was incidentally also his daughter's college graduation day. Some five months after landing in Canada, the said client sent us an email to update us about their situation.

Here's a portion of the letter where he talked about his daughter.

"My daughter also found a job as cashier in a big company (Canadian Tire). You can take a peek at the website. She gave up the job because she will have a hard time scheduling work and studies the moment she attends classes to allow her to take the Nursing Board in the province we are at. She now works in a law firm. Mind you, her salary is more than what I was receiving from my former job in the Philippines."

His daughter was a nursing graduate. There is quite a number of registered nurses here in the Philippines who don't have a job. Some are even paying a training fee just to get training and or work as volunteer nurse - WITHOUT SALARY. Then some will end up working out of line, mostly working in a call center. There's another batch who will be graduating this month.

And the cycle will just go on and on.

Now, the question is this: Do you want your kids to be subjected to this cycle?

It always boils down to a choice. Your choice, your decision...

We are here to give you information on how you can best qualify for the Permanent Residents Visa for Canada, you owe it to yourself to at least learn your options.

To learn more information about the Visa party and to reserve a seat, please click on the following link:

March 26, 2011 Visa Party

Article source : repost from my colleague Mr. Apol Apuntar who owns

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