Pinoy care visa center - page 20
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hey guys! has anyone hear of PINOYCARE VISA CENTER? or who applied their services? I recently attended their orientation seminar here in davao city and they said that the CIC would shell out immigrant visas for nurses for as... Read More
- 0Mar 22, '11 by mj_ckatI am a newbie , I attended the orientation for pinoycare and i fortunately won a 50 percent discount for processing fee i have til tomorrow to decide... please give me some ideas
What are the steps in applying an immigrant visa alone i can't find them on CIC.
I am a 22 year-old single with one year working plus volunteer experience.
what is included in pinoy care kit?
- 1Mar 22, '11 by Silverdragon102, RN AdminFor PR under the Federal Skilled Workers cap for RN has been reached and may be in the new list in June, this means you can get all your paperwork together and pass IELTS ready for when the list is published because if RN is on the list and you have your paperwork all ready you can send it straight away to Sydney Nova Scotia to be processed. Going with an agency will make no difference as the cap is complete until June.
Here is the link for CIC FSW which also includes the forms to be completed as well as a guide on how to complete them http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigra...lled/index.asp
- 0Mar 22, '11 by mj_ckatTo silverdragon
Thank you very much, Your answers helped me to be enlightened. I hope i can communicate with you through PM. Please continue to help other aspiring applicants for them not to fall victims of falls promises.
God Bless you
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- 0Mar 25, '11 by glendz58hi to everyone. Im a newbie, i attended the orientation of pinoy care at gateway mall.. and they promise us to provide the show money which is 1m.. its really a big money which i cant provide it on my own... im thinking of applying myself.. but what if my money is not enough or not exactly 1m...help me decide....pls. need you advice.
- 0Mar 26, '11 by jay_jQuote from glendz58hi to everyone. Im a newbie, i attended the orientation of pinoy care at gateway mall.. and they promise us to provide the show money which is 1m.. its really a big money which i cant provide it on my own... im thinking of applying myself.. but what if my money is not enough or not exactly 1m...help me decide....pls. need you advice.
pls do not rely on their "promises". I hired them for the services they "promised" me including the show money of 500,000 (last year) which try failed to provide. I only found out they could not help 1 week before the deadline. imagine you have to come up with the amount in a week simply Coz you reliednon them and they couldn't hold up to their end. do not believe their "promises". If u rely on them to help you with everything, you will jeopardize ur chances of a successful application. remember, the fee you're paying them is NON-REFUNDABLE. of course they will make those promises so you will apply and of course, that's money for them. you will be disappointed with all that expectation with them.'be smart. take it from me. been there.
- 0Mar 26, '11 by ezelaAwhile ago, a classmate of mine endorsed this Pinoycare firm to me exactly how this thread is saying. Good thing allnurses.com is here to help me decide which way to go. I guess, I better do it on my own. I just have to read, ask, wait until june, and inquire directly to the embassy. God bless everyone!
- 0Mar 26, '11 by dacbooHi fellow Filipino Nurses!
I would just like to comment on this thread. Pinoycare is no good. Some of my batch mates who applied in pinoycare were not assessed. They said that that agency just received their money and after getting their money, no feedback from the agency anymore. Also, I was mortified when they say that the point system is not needed. That is a big no no no. You may want to go to [URL="http://www.cic.gc.ca"]. All the information about wanting to be an immigrant is all there. If one can't reached the 67 points, which is the passing point, you really can't pursue the application. CIC I guess is the best consultancy around. I have batch mates too who are already in CA in less than a year with help from CIC.
This is just my opinion.
Good luck to all aspiring immigrants!