Quebec integration program for nurses - page 6

by Remnant_89

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Hi! I just want to know how to start with the papers. I have received my kit already ( these are the forms that were sent by the Order from Quebec) but I am not sure on WHOM or WHERE should I send this??? I am at haste on... Read More


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    Quote from watervixen
    @yoopian
    Thank you for that information. I think that the nursing schools (if I'm not mistaken) are taking advantage of the rising number of applicants which is the reason for the tuition fee increase. I am hoping that this would urge a large number applicants to back out so that the governing bodies would be forced to lower down the fees.
    No, taxpayers are getting tired of subsidizing the education system. Quebec has the lowest tutition rates in Canada. The rest of the country just feels it's time that the tuition rates there reflect reality.
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    Quote from yoopian
    Students have been protesting for months now here in Montreal due to the proposed increase to tuition fees. If you guys have the experience then you should've applied as skilled workers so that you'd already be immigrants when you land here in Quebec and you won't have to raise that amount of money.
    but the process i believe is a lengthy one
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    Let's see. Student visa application process (CAQ) + Permanent resident application after a year in Quebec(CSQ + Canadian PR) would take you at least 3 years vs. Permanent resident application in BIQ-HK and Canadian Embassy Manila that would take about a year. Yeah, I'd take PR application in the Philippines anytime.
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    hello.

    can i ask you some questions regarding quebec?i hope you could help me here..

    im a nurse in the philippines and plans to undergo in quebec skilled worker program. is it wise for me to process it this month or in september eventhough the
    freezing application is until march 2013? i heard about this that skilled worker application is until march 2013 only.

    i would also love to know if taking french exams is difficult?
    is it true that once you landed in quebec, you are officially in immigrant status? and you can now move to another state like manitoba?

    sorry for the questions..i just need some assurance about this since it is not easy to apply if youre in doubts.hehe

    big thanks!

    godbless
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    new immigration rule in qubec only affect in freh applicant from august 1st or not
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    Quote from iammair
    hello.

    can i ask you some questions regarding quebec?i hope you could help me here..

    im a nurse in the philippines and plans to undergo in quebec skilled worker program. is it wise for me to process it this month or in september eventhough the
    freezing application is until march 2013? i heard about this that skilled worker application is until march 2013 only.

    i would also love to know if taking french exams is difficult?
    is it true that once you landed in quebec, you are officially in immigrant status? and you can now move to another state like manitoba?

    sorry for the questions..i just need some assurance about this since it is not easy to apply if youre in doubts.hehe

    big thanks!

    godbless
    No, the act of landing in Quebec absolutely does not qualify you as an immigrant. Well, if you stay without permission, you are an ILLEGAL immigrant I suppose. You need to apply to live and work there like you would anywhere else. I would also recommend taking French classes before you attempt to move. The Office de la Langue Francaise is pretty intense, and your chances of being approved if you have NO French skills at all are lower.
    And to be perfectly honest, French is a pretty hard language to learn. The grammar makes no sense, and I say this as a native French speaker. But if you are determined, it's certainly possible.
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    Quote from iammair
    hello.

    can i ask you some questions regarding quebec?i hope you could help me here..

    im a nurse in the philippines and plans to undergo in quebec skilled worker program. is it wise for me to process it this month or in september eventhough the
    freezing application is until march 2013? i heard about this that skilled worker application is until march 2013 only.

    i would also love to know if taking french exams is difficult?
    is it true that once you landed in quebec, you are officially in immigrant status? and you can now move to another state like manitoba?

    sorry for the questions..i just need some assurance about this since it is not easy to apply if youre in doubts.hehe

    big thanks!

    godbless
    Seriously sounds like you are trying to work the system by using Quebec as a backdoor to where you really want to be.
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    Hello we are in the same situation... i have just applied for this qsw a month ago...and yes they said when we land we are already officially immigrants because we have immigrant visas... i would like to know what happened to your application at this tym...
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    Quote from honorio
    Hello we are in the same situation... i have just applied for this qsw a month ago...and yes they said when we land we are already officially immigrants because we have immigrant visas... i would like to know what happened to your application at this tym...
    Wait, who's the genius who told you this? That makes no sense whatsoever. Basically, anyone who lands in Quebec is an immigrant? Doing a squint eyed head tilt to figure out how this makes sense.
    Fiona59 likes this.
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    Quote from uRNmyway
    Wait, who's the genius who told you this? That makes no sense whatsoever. Basically, anyone who lands in Quebec is an immigrant? Doing a squint eyed head tilt to figure out how this makes sense.
    I mean permanent resident....does anybody here have already completed the quebec skilled worker program..pls share...coz im into this but i am advised to wait for 3-4months... My docs were submited in quebec last december... Im worried what would b next...


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