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- Oct 5, '11 by BlueBowQuote from razedinblack603Checked the website given. Nursing Statutory Board in Canada? Is there such an organization?
And why do they have this "©CompanyName 2008-2009 All human and animal rights carefully reserved and preserved." near the bottom of the page. Sounds like it was made by someone who doesn't have an idea on what he's writing about. Maybe he meant to say something about a trademark and "All rights reserved". Looks shady. Animal rights. Haha
Decision is still up to you. If you trust this company then go ahead. But you may want to double check if they are really credible and also their record/proof of previous clients who made it successfully to Canada.
This is so funny. They might be testing some animals in this company.
On a serious note, given all these facts, I seriously doubt that they are credible. Don't be duped. You are better than that.
- Mar 5, '12 by mademoiselle micheleQuote from aixfajardoHi.. How did your application with Global Summit go?hello everyone,
i heard about this program, i am actually one of those who paid for processing my student visa. YES, this program do not require IELTS because the program is for QUEBEC and Quebec's first language is French so they do not require IELTS. I am currently waiting for my application Packet from Ms. ********. I am also preparing my requirements so that i'll be able to make it for Jan2012. hope this answer your questions
- Mar 5, '12 by mademoiselle michelehave you already processed your qsw application with global summit consultancy... i did.. and it wasn't a good one.. i hope you can share your experience with them.. thanks...
- May 2, '12 by FrenchCanadianinCebuShows how little you actually know. ;-)
- May 2, '12 by FrenchCanadianinCebuOops sorry about that. It wasn't meant for you Mademoiselle Michele, but for another commentator above.
First, let me you how pleasantly surprised I am that so many of you want to learn French to immigrate to Quebec.
It is quite inspirational really, as a Québécois, to see so many people talking about going there to live and work.
I currently live in Cebu, and I have heard of the French Alliance here, but as other commentators have pointed out, Quebec French and France French is, in some regards, different. Additionally, the French Alliance's prices are quite steep from what I hear, and the school in France-centric, while you are are interested in going to Québec.
Unfortunately, I do not have a school, but I am now thinking I should create one. A Quebec French School. Is this something that nurses would be interested in?
I am a translator and I have some medical translation experience so I know the terms that apply to your new career in Québec.
I work full-time, but I guess I could coach a bit if ever someone needs help.
- May 2, '12 by Fiona59Uhm, it's easier to get into Quebec right now than the rest of Canada. Many plan to migrate to Quebec, then move west.
We have this experience in Alberta. Many came when there was a hiring drive about five years back. As soon as possible people moved onto BC and Ontario. Several made it very clear we were the stepping stone to the US and were only planning on working here to get North American experience while waiting for their application to the US to be approved.
- May 2, '12 by migraineattackbut i think the cap for registered nurses has been reached.should we apply for a student/tourist visa instead?what are the odds of being granted and denied for being a nurse?does anyone know about the process and fees?sorry but in more familiar w/ the process en route to nz..any help please?thank you
- May 2, '12 by Silverdragon102The cap for FSW was reached several months ago and will reopen in July. FSW route is only available if you have 12 months or equivalent full time employment or employer. By the time you get things together like IELTS it should be time to post application as long as you meet requirements. There is no guarantee that you can stay once in as a student and student fees will be high.