Pinoy care visa center - page 22

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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


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    Quote from dacboo
    Yeah jay_j! Registered on 3/29/11 just to comment on this thread... Really funny... lurkers... whatever they say, for me DON'T EVER TRUST PINOYCARE!

    AMEN to that!
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    Quote from dacboo
    You applied on November 2009 and will be leaving on September this year? You have waited that long? From what my batchmates have undergone, not applying from pinoycare though, they left in less than a year.
    THat's great for your friend Sir. Unless you have forgotten, you have at least 1 year from the date of your initial medical to leave. That's why, we chose to leave by September.

    My Application also had a medical furtherance so that's why my PPR didnt arrive until this March.

    I'm at the PPR stage and about to realize a long time dream.

    And about the unfounded accusation of being a Pinoycare employee, well, I am not.

    Funny thing is, everyone here is protected by anonymity due to the nature of being a Blog. But I will post a link here once me and my family get our Visas and when I do arrive in Canada to allay the contention of being a "poser".

    I could have done the process on my own, but didnt. Did I regret? NO. How else would have I been able to produce almost 1M in Settlement funds if not for Pinoycare at that time? Yes, it is true that in the final analysis you would need that money to land in Ca, and I have the amount already, but at that time, it was close to impossible.

    Maybe I touched a sensitive nerve when I posted my first message here. "groupie" thread ata to for a few members with an axe to grind with pinoycare. Come to think of it, why didn't any one of you ever thought that "moderators" ergo member/s frequenting this thread are also employees of a competitor? In Davao? (I was told) This anonymity thing really is swell, ayt?!

    Well, anyway, life goes on, pinoycare will continue doing what its doing, and the groupies will continue to sharpen them axes and grind them in this pond where they are the Big Fish/es/ies.

    Peace out
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Mar 29, '11 : Reason: Tagalog removed
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    OK guys lets please be civil in this thread.
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    Quote from robotRN
    THat's great for your friend Sir. Unless you have forgotten, you have at least 1 year from the date of your initial medical to leave. That's why, we chose to leave by September.

    My Application also had a medical furtherance so that's why my PPR didnt arrive until this March.

    I'm at the PPR stage and about to realize a long time dream.

    And about the unfounded accusation of being a Pinoycare employee, well, I am not.

    Funny thing is, everyone here is protected by anonymity due to the nature of being a Blog. But I will post a link here once me and my family get our Visas and when I do arrive in Canada to allay the contention of being a "poser".

    I could have done the process on my own, but didnt. Did I regret? NO. How else would have I been able to produce almost 1M in Settlement funds if not for Pinoycare at that time? Yes, it is true that in the final analysis you would need that money to land in Ca, and I have the amount already, but at that time, it was close to impossible.

    Maybe I touched a sensitive nerve when I posted my first message here. "groupie" thread ata to for a few members with an axe to grind with pinoycare. Come to think of it, why didn't any one of you ever thought that "moderators" ergo member/s frequenting this thread are also employees of a competitor? In Davao? (I was told) This anonymity thing really is swell, ayt?!

    Well, anyway, life goes on, pinoycare will continue doing what its doing, and the groupies will continue to sharpen them axes and grind them in this pond where they are the Big Fish/es/ies.

    Peace out
    true, they definitely are continue Doug what they have been doing to most clients. that is why this thread started.
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    Quote from Silverdragon102
    OK guys lets please be civil in this thread.
    How can one be civil when a company is being maligned here and being openly identified and if a satisfied client posts, he is being laughed at and being accused of something he is not guilty of.

    I am just stating some facts and I am not , in any way, endorsing or being paid by or employed by Pinoycare.
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    If you have problems about Pinoy Care Visa Center, kindly direct your concerns to their office/s. Posting comments whether negative or positive in this site won't help for your application for an immigrant visa for Canada.

    Cebu Office (Main Branch)

    5th Floor, CFI Building. Capitol Compound, Cebu City
    Tel. No. (63-32) 253-4311 or (63-32) 516-8056
    Manila

    38-D West Avenue, Quezon City
    Tel. Nos.: (63-02) 3327283 or (63-02) 3327286
    Davao

    5D Bajada Building J.P. Laurel Street. Bajada, Davao City
    Tel. No.(+63-82) 3005298
    ZAMBOANGA

    Ground Floor, Unit # 1, Fairland Properties Inc.,
    Nuņez Extension Street, Zamboanga City
    Tel No.: (062) 991-9853, (062) 926-5889
    UAE

    Hamdan Street, City Center Building,
    4th Floor, Flat 403, Room #6, Abu Dhabi, UAE
    Tel. No.: +971503156921
    KUWAIT

    Free Tradezone Shuwaikh Port,
    Block #36 Area Future Gulf System Building, Kuwait
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    [quote=nurseatyourservice;4942421]If you have problems about Pinoy Care Visa Center, kindly direct your concerns to their office/s. Posting comments whether negative or positive in this site won't help for your application for an immigrant visa for Canada.

    New Moderator????? Or free advertising?
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    People can and do discuss thier expereicens whether it is good or bad. Many companies get by with references from others and sometimes complaints means they pick up and work where it is needed.

    Agencies that offer to lend the money to meet Canadian immigration requirements in my opinion are not doing any favours because the requirements are there for a reason. The immigrant needs to be able to support themselves especially the first 12 months for things like deposits for fuel, electric, housing if renting etc so lending money and taking it back once you get the OK for PR or work permit is wrong
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    [quote=Fiona59;4942613]
    Quote from nurseatyourservice
    If you have problems about Pinoy Care Visa Center, kindly direct your concerns to their office/s. Posting comments whether negative or positive in this site won't help for your application for an immigrant visa for Canada.

    New Moderator????? Or free advertising?
    @ Fiona59: (that's all i can say hehe)

    I have made my complaints to them before. What they did was they even raised their voice at me like I was an irritant to them. There really is no point. Most likely to happen voicing complaints to them is for them to just say they will look on it, try and do something about it, bla bla bla. So far, the only things that changed are their tactics. before, they offered half a million for the settlement fund. Now, it's 1 million. Not that the required amount for one applicant is 1 million.

    This site/thread is serving its purpose of giving information to people who needs it. Pinoycare continues to do what they always do. concerned citizens do what they can in here too.
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    [quote=Fiona59;4942613] Originally Posted by nurseatyourservice
    If you have problems about Pinoy Care Visa Center, kindly direct your concerns to their office/s. Posting comments whether negative or positive in this site won't help for your application for an immigrant visa for Canada.

    New Moderator????? Or free advertising?
    @ Fiona59: (that's all i can say hehe)

    "I have made my complaints to them before. What they did was they even raised their voice at me like I was an irritant to them. There really is no point. Most likely to happen voicing complaints to them is for them to just say they will look on it, try and do something about it, bla bla bla. So far, the only things that changed are their tactics. before, they offered half a million for the settlement fund. Now, it's 1 million. Not that the required amount for one applicant is 1 million."

    Hi! My purpose of posting those addresses and contact numbers of the said agency is not for FREE advertising or being a moderator. My intention is not help Pinoy Care Visa Center but to help you understand the fact that there is no perfect Canadian Immigration Visa Consultancy. If your application was denied in the first lodging why not discuss it with them instead of arguing with them to figure it out what does the Embassy wants and to avoid mistakes in the second lodging. I'm sure Pinoy Care will cooperate with you or any consultancy firms if your real purpose is to help yourself for your visa application. If you won't cooperate with them, how could they cooperate with you, because I'm very sure that you are not the only applicant of this institution.

    from Silverdragon102
    "Agencies that offer to lend the money to meet Canadian immigration requirements in my opinion are not doing any favours because the requirements are there for a reason. The immigrant needs to be able to support themselves especially the first 12 months for things like deposits for fuel, electric, housing if renting etc so lending money and taking it back once you get the OK for PR or work permit is wrong"

    Do you know why Pinoy Care is offered 0% interest settlement fund and FREE arrival services?

    *It is for the reason that the settlement fund is the no. 1 factor why most Filipinos can't apply for their visa for Canada on their own because they don't have that enough fund in their bank account. Most Filipinos don't have a $11, 086 - $28,337 (depending on how many member do you have) which is equivalent to P 509,956 - 1,303,502. SETTLEMENT FUND IS ONE OF THE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS IN APPLYING AN IMMIGRANT VISA FOR CANADA WITHOUT IT FORGET ABOUT CANADA. You should be thankful for the company who is willing to offer you that amount. Just imagine the risk of depositing that amount in your personal account, and you may run after the money was deposited in your own bank account. If you will be lending money to other lending agencies, aside from paying interest (the cheapest interest that I know is 3.5%) you must have collateral.

    *Pinoy Care Visa Center has offered FREE arrival services.

    After arriving in Canada, instead of paying board and lodging or renting a house, and paying for your food expenses, there is somebody who will PICK YOU IN THE AIRPORT, THEY WILL LET YOU STAY IN THEIR HOUSE UNTIL YOU WILL FIND A JOB AND UNTIL YOU WILL BECOME ECONOMICALLY ESTABLISH IN CANADA. (minimum stay is until you will received your 3rd salary)

    quote=Fiona59;4942613
    "This site/thread is serving its purpose of giving information to people who needs it. Pinoy Care continues to do what they always do. concerned citizens do what they can in here too."

    I'm not posting this for FREE advertising purpose (I'm not paid by Pinoy Care) and a Moderator but for you to realize what is your advantage to this agency.


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