Permanent Resident (PR) inland applicants who are on their final stages of application are receiving emails and/or calls recently for a telephone interview to activate their permanent residency. Is it a scam or not? good news! it's not. Due to high volume of traffic at any of Canada's land borders, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) launched this telephone interview to activate your permanent residency and may help lessen the work volume at the said borders.
Most inland applicants that will be invited for a telephone interview are those that live far from the border or who live in remote places and far from an IRCC landing office. Before the telephone interview you need to provide the following: your name, Unique Client Identification (UCI), application number, address, telephone number, and your confirmation of permanent residency (COPR) form. During the interview you will be ask questions like charges or convictions from any country, refusals of entry to Canada or have you been ordered to leave Canada, any dependent children not listed on your application and corrections of any misspelled information; then the interviewee will ask you to put NO and your initials on those questions found on your COPR. You will then sign your COPR and instructed to wait for an email for further steps. You have to send that signed COPR to them (information will be on that email) and then they will countersign and you will be registered as permanent resident of Canada, your PR card will be on the mail within 60 days.
The other two ways of validating your permanent residency are as follows:
If you already live in Canada, you have two options to become a permanent resident:
1. You can make an appointment at one of IRCC offices near where you live in Canada. To do this, contact them by using this Web form.If your permanent resident visa (or one of your family’s) expires in two months or less, please indicate that you need urgent processing.
2. If you are not able to make an appointment as set out above, you may leave Canada and return through an international airport or a Canadian land border.When you arrive, an IRCC officer will interview you, and grant you entry into Canada based on the information in your visa.
In either case, you will have to show the officer:
You will do these procedures at the first place you arrive in Canada. If you are travelling by air, make sure you have time before any connecting flight or other travel.
If you choose to leave and re-enter Canada at a land border, especially during the peak periods of weekends and holidays, you may have a long wait time for service.
To find the land border closest to you, see the Canada Border Service Agency website.
Good luck to all applicants and congratulations to the new permanent residents of Canada!
If you need help with your application, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
The Minister of Immigration Ahmed Hussen just announce today, October 4, 2017, the changes in Citizenship Act under Bill C-6 and will take effect on October 11, 2017,
The changes are as follows;
Income Tax Act), for 4 out of 6 years.
There are a few changes to the Citizenship Act that took effect in June 2017. The changes are as follows:
MPNP Information and Employer Engagement Sessions in Manila, Philippines
To participate in this event please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line "Manila Mission 2017"; you will be contacted if you qualify,
To qualify you must be 21-45 yrs old, have collegiate/tertiary education or training related to the occupations listed below, have a minimum of 3 years related work experience in the last 5 years on the said occupations, AND have an english test results (IELTS, CELPIP, TEF) equivalent to Canadian Language Benchmark level 5 (CLB 5).
Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program staff will be in Manila, Philippines between November 20-24, 2017 along with Manitoba employers to conduct interviews with individuals who can demonstrate qualifying skills in the following areas:
Agricultural service contractors provide agricultural services such as livestock and poultry breeding, soil preparation, crop planting, crop spraying, cultivating or harvesting. Farm supervisors supervise the work of general farm workers and harvesting labourers. Specialized livestock workers carry out feeding, health and breeding programs on dairy, beef, sheep, poultry, hog and other livestock farms.
Industrial butchers slaughter livestock using stunning devices and knives; skin, clean and trim carcasses; remove viscera and other inedible parts from carcasses; split carcasses into smaller portions to facilitate handling; and may slaughter cattle, calves and sheep as prescribed by religious laws. Industrial butchers cut beef, lamb, pork or veal carcasses or sides or quarters of carcasses into primal cuts for further cutting, processing or packaging; remove bones from meat; and cut meat and poultry into specific cuts for institutional, commercial or other wholesale use. Trimmers remove skin, excess fat, bruises or other blemishes from carcasses or meat portions.
Graphic designers Consult with clients to establish the overall look, graphic elements and content of communications materials in order to meet their needs. They determine the medium best suited to produce the desired visual effect and the most appropriate vehicle for communication. Graphic Designers Prepare sketches, layouts and graphic elements of the subjects to be rendered using traditional tools, multimedia software and image processing, layout and design software.
Use existing photo and illustration banks and typography guides or hire an illustrator or photographer to produce images that meet clients’ communications needs. They co-ordinate all aspects of production for print, audio-visual or electronic materials, such as Web sites, CDs and interactive terminals
Printing Press Operator
Printing press operators review job orders to determine job specifications such as production time, colour sequence and quantities required, and advise press crew of these specifications. They mount plates or cylinders and make necessary adjustments, Fill ink fountains and take measurements, make adjustments and determine settings to control colour and viscosity. Operators set up press and check samples for ink coverage, alignment and registration, Monitor regular press runs for quality and consistency using computer control console and make adjustments as required while removing and cleaning plates and cylinders at end of press run.
Plastics Machine Operator
Plastics processing machine operators set up and operate plastic mixing, calendering, extruding and moulding processing machines used in the manufacture of plastic parts and plastic products. They Weigh resins, colorants and other chemicals according to formula. They Set up and operate calender machines which transform dough-consistent plastic mass into continuous sheets or films of specified thickness. They are responsible for setting up and operating one or more extruding machines which extrude plastic composites products through a nozzle or die.
Bindery Machine Operators
Binding and finishing machine operators Set up and operate specialized equipment and machines that cut, fold, gather and bind or finish brochures, pamphlets, business forms, magazines, books and other printed material. They Set up and operate specialized equipment and machines that die cut, emboss, imprint, laminate, heat stamp and perform other finishing operations on printed material. May be required to perform pre-production runs of binding or finishing jobs to verify output and to ensure that product specifications are met and operate automatic and semi-automatic equipment and machines to bind or finish print material according to specifications
Bindery Production Support
Bindery Production Support assist in Transporting raw materials, finished products and equipment throughout plant manually or using powered equipment. They check and weigh materials and products, sort, pack, crate and package materials and products while assisting machine operators, assemblers and other workers. They are required to Clean work areas and equipment and perform other labouring and elemental activities.
Welders perform some or all of the following duties including reading and interpret blueprints or welding process specifications, operating manual or semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments using processes such as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), plasma arc welding (PAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), oxy-acetylene welding (OAW), resistance welding and submerged arc welding (SAW). They also operate manual or semi-automatic flame-cutting equipment, brazing and soldering equipment and metal shaping machines. Welders may specialize in certain types of welding such as custom fabrication or machinery and equipment repair welding.
Employment opportunities are available to qualified and interested candidates.
Provide to the MPNP, at the time you apply to participate in the initiative, official results of an approved language test taken within the past two years showing you achieved scores equivalent to at least CLB 5 in each test category (skill area) and overall. Use our CLB Grid to determine your CLB-equivalent scores.
NOTE WE WILL ONLY REVIEW E-MAILS OF INDIVIDUALS WHO DEMONSTRATE THEY HAVE THE SKILLS RELATED TO THE ADVERTISED POSITIONS. E-MAILS SUBMITTED WITH UNRELATED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE WILL BE NOT BE RESPONDED TO.
If you need help to check your qualifications or any related immigration inquiry please contact us at www.ecic-canada.ca. Thank you.
The express entry draw held in September 6, 2017 has a total of 2,772 candidates who were given invitation to apply (ITA) for permanent residency in Canada. They have 90 days to submit a complete application.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) scores of the said candidates is 435 and more; the CRS have determining criteria to arrive at a score to be eligible for ITA namely; skills, education in Canada and/or outside Canada, work experience in Canada and outside Canada, English test results and other factors such as age and relatives in Canada.
If you need help in completing an application please don't hesitate to contact us at www.ecic-canada.ca
Jonel S. Kinao is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant and a member of ICCRC-CRCIC in good standing.