4 Months PR Visa for Canada Processing for the Cabahug Family!
Here is another Family who got their Canadian Permanent Residents Visa within 6 months to a year.
Last November 7,2009 the Cabahug Family visited our office to pick up their Permanent Resident (PR) Visas.
The Canadian Immigration Consultancy filed their application to Centralized Intake Office (CIO) last March 13, 2009. A positive assessment result was received on April 24, 2009.
After which it took them while to complete the requirements for submission to embassy. The 6-12 months processing period starts at the time the Visa Office received the complete application package - application forms and supporting documents.
Until their application was filed at the Canadian Visa Office in Manila on June 29, 2009 and their visas were sent to our office on November 04, 2009. That's right, it took them only 4 months!
It is now easier and faster to apply. It is happening and we have the proof!
If you are interested to live and work in Canada, too, find out if you are eligible. Fill out the FREE online assessment form.
If you have at least 1 year work experience in one of more of the list of 38 High Demand Occupations you are eligible for Canadian Permanent Residents Visa application under the Federal Skilled workers Class.
If you can do a good job in proving your proficiency in English and have and 4 years work experience in the 38 High Demand Occupations you have a very good case for Visa processing and it is almost certain that you will be successful in your application.
You should find the time to learn your options.
Have your credentials assessed by filling out the online assessment form or better yet attend our Canadian Orientation seminar, its for Free!
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If you have already had your credentials assessed and you are qualified, you should not delay your application or this opportunity might disappear.
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Blogpost on the Cabahug family is taken from the blog of my colleague and friend gatewaytocanada.com