Pinoycare visa center-- any feedbacks on this firm? - page 2

www.pinoycarevisa.com any feedbacks on this agency?? They are in this business for 12 years already... I have attended one of their seminars. If you are a nurse, they can get you an... Read More

  1. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from janels_jn
    hello everyone! i was told by a friend of mine who just applied for an immigrant visa with pinoycare agency. i really wanna migrate and work in canada.. i am a RN here in philippines. i was just wondering if pinoycare is poea approved? and there has been some irregularities with the agency such as the fee they are asking from you before they give u the kit. my friend told me that originally it's 75,000 php. but apparently she and her sister paid only 50,000 php coz they bargained with them. i dont understand why that is so. isn't there should be a FIXED PRICE?

    i really wanna believe this agency can help me if ever i do get into it... but i wanna be sure coz that's a big amount of money and i don't wanna be a victim of any scam.

    can anyone pls help me clear things up? is this agency legal? have they ever had any bad record from clients?
    Why use an agency? You can do it yourself
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  3. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    the thing is, i have no idea what to do or where to go.. or where to start. and nobody i know can tell me either. I'm in a place here in philippines that's far from Manila. i don't even know if there are any canadian embassies aside from the ones in Manila. seriously got no clue how to start with the whole process.
  4. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from janels_jn
    the thing is, i have no idea what to do or where to go.. or where to start. and nobody i know can tell me either. I'm in a place here in philippines that's far from Manila. i don't even know if there are any canadian embassies aside from the ones in Manila. seriously got no clue how to start with the whole process.
    Not a problem, we can help

    First off you need to decide on which province you want to live and work and apply to their college of nursing (it is their nursing board) They will assess your training and depending on province will decide if a SEC is warranted or not. Once all requirements are met you will get eligibility to sit CRNE

    Next find a employer by contacting hospitals in the area you want to live, send them your resume. They will in most cases have experience with IEN's so will now what to do

    Once you have a employer sorted then look for type of work permit or route to take (some provinces nurses meet PNP requirements) all information regarding working and immigration to Canada can be found on the CIC website. You will also find the paperwork to complete and it is very clear on how to complete. You will need a medical but not always requires you to go to the Canadian embassy, may be sorted out via paperwork you submit.

    Starting point though is which province and applying to college of nursing
  5. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    gosh..
    are all those necessary in applying for an IMMIGRANT VISA? or is that for a working visa?
    and oh.. i'm thinking of toronto.
    Last edit by jay_j on Apr 18, '09
  6. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from janels_jn
    gosh..
    are all those necessary in applying for an IMMIGRANT VISA? or is that for a working visa?
    and oh.. i'm thinking of toronto.
    If you want to work as a nurse in Canada then you have to apply to the college http://www.cno.org/international_en/...exam/index.htm regardless on how you move to Canada and also to work as a nurse a medical is required. The list I have given is requirements for either visa you can not get round them
  7. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    i was thinking of maybe just working as a nursing aid there for the meantime... coz if i aim for a job as a RN there, that would take me longer and i would have to review and prepare for the SEC which would cost me more. i'm just aiming right now in getting and working there in any healthcare positions (aid, nursing assistant, caregiver,etc) i am qualified to work in. and after a while, maybe i could start reviewing and have the SEC while im there and hopefully be able to work as an RN.

    what do u think? is that possible?
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  8. Visit  zeromike22 profile page
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    my friend told me that originally it's 75,000 php. but apparently she and her sister paid only 50,000 php coz they bargained with them. i dont understand why that is so. isn't there should be a FIXED PRICE?
    This is what they have also told us about.. In my opinion,they really don't have a fix price and their processing fee may go higher or lower as they wish... I have been told to shell out at least an average of P160,000 pesos all in all for permanent visa application and this includes the one way airfare...
    First off you need to decide on which province you want to live and work and apply to their college of nursing (it is their nursing board) They will assess your training and depending on province will decide if a SEC is warranted or not. Once all requirements are met you will get eligibility to sit CRNE
    One more thing, Do we really have to get a one year nursing experience here in our home country before applying for a permanent residence visa ?

    Will taking the S.E.C. be enough to assess my nursing skills and land me a nursing job even if I only have a 6month hospital experience here in the Philippines?
  9. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    "one more thing, do we really have to get a one year nursing experience here in our home country before applying for a permanent residence visa ?

    will taking the s.e.c. be enough to assess my nursing skills and land me a nursing job even if i only have a 6month hospital experience here in the philippines?"

    i haven't attended the seminar by pinoycare.. but yeah, my friend said they have a point sys with canada.. and that includes having a relative(s) there, and at least a year of work experience here (philippines). i don't know if having an employer is a factor too, but that's wat she told me.

    i guess it's possible to get there without a job/employer or w/o goin thru sec for an immigrant visa.. given that you won't have a job there too or at least as a rn. so how come pinoycare would ask for at least a year of experience from their applicants for em to process for the immigrant visa? ... just wondering...
  10. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Most employers ask for work experience but this is something that you can discuss with them. If the province requires SEC then there is no way round it even with a immigrant visa. Getting registration is different to going through immigration and you have to meet the province requirements for IEN. Most agencies regardless on country going to require some year/s of work experience

    I would suggest reading these links

    Provincial nomination program
    Temporary work permit

    You can come over on a TWP and change to PR once working for a few months.
  11. Visit  jay_j profile page
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    Quote from Silverdragon102
    Most employers ask for work experience but this is something that you can discuss with them. If the province requires SEC then there is no way round it even with a immigrant visa. Getting registration is different to going through immigration and you have to meet the province requirements for IEN. Most agencies regardless on country going to require some year/s of work experience

    I would suggest reading these links

    Provincial nomination program
    Temporary work permit

    You can come over on a TWP and change to PR once working for a few months.
    thanks silverdragon! you've been a great help!
  12. Visit  zeromike22 profile page
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    So which province do you think is the easiest to get in??
    Last edit by zeromike22 on Apr 21, '09
  13. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    It isn't a case of which province is the easiest to get in but what province you want to work in. Even if you go from one province to another you will still have to meet IEN requirements. What sort of lifestyle do you see when you move to Canada? Also weather will play a part, I would suggest you research which province you want to work in
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  14. Visit  NotReady4PrimeTime profile page
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    Quote from zeromike22
    So which province do you think is the easiest to get in??
    That kind of question sets off alarm bells for me. If a person is looking for the easiest way into the country, what other short cuts are they going to take? And maybe they're hiding something? What's making them so desperate that they'd go with the line of least resistance rather than choose a life style and a new home? And then too, how long are they likely to stick around once they've gotten their foot in the door? That is not the kind of impression you want to leave with people you would be working for or beside.
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