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hi guys can someone help me with my dilemma? i am a registered nurse in the philippines. i graduated last march 2010 and passed the board exam last july 2010. i am looking to immigrate to canada and from reading... Read More

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    @infomaniac 88

    It would be much better for you to apply as a federal skilled worker, than being a caregiver. I understand that you have a job as a hotel nurse. Hold on to this job whilst processing for PR via FSW.

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    hi, i have a question. i have a three years hospital experience and a one year experience as a private duty nurse and i saw on the registered nurse's category that being a private duty nurse is included with their definition of being an r.n. How can i get a proof that i have been a private duty nurse for one year from my employer? i have prepared a format for my employer to approve and sign. will the canadian embassy consider this letter as a proof for my experience?
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    Quote from asawanimomo
    hi, i have a question. i have a three years hospital experience and a one year experience as a private duty nurse and i saw on the registered nurse's category that being a private duty nurse is included with their definition of being an r.n. How can i get a proof that i have been a private duty nurse for one year from my employer? i have prepared a format for my employer to approve and sign. will the canadian embassy consider this letter as a proof for my experience?
    You should not be the one preparing the letter, your employer should prepare and sign the letter.
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    thank you for the reply dishes ok i will tell my employer that. hehe. but do you think the canadian embassy will consider that letter as proof of my work as a private duty nurse? since here in the Philippines most of the private duty nurses are just paid by giving the money on hand. unlike in a hospital it will be in your atm and their is proof through the pay slip that you received this amount of money.
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    Hi anyone still here? I am applying for caregiver in canada i am a registered nurse since 2009.i have a dilemma about the requirements attached to the reference letter,the sss/philhealth contribution made be employer since i was a private duty nurse my employer didnt ask me for sss/philhealth o onlybhad my philhealth with my last eployer.i had 4employers in all. Pls anyone help me?? Thanks


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