Pinoycare visa center-- any feedbacks on this firm?

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    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 immigrant visa to canada in less than a year if you have all the necessary papers..
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    You can easily go through the paperwork yourself without paying and using an agency. They also can not guarantee a visa as they are tot the ones that issue the visa.

    Moved to the International forum as per the red banner
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    sometimes people also consider the help of an agency to avoid mistakes on the application requirements. But then it was a good advice silverdragon.... tnx
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    But the paperwork for Canada is very easy to complete. we did my husband's and it was very easy and straight forward.

    Agencies can still make mistakes
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    Silverdragon...

    I'm really interested on how I can do it myself and probably other members were also interested on this.... Can you send me websites and other information on this one?? I want to get an immigrant visa....

    We all know that USA is in a 6year retrogression and the next best choice is Canada.

    How much did you spend all in all? The agency told me to prepare $3500 U.S. all in all to process my papers and for C.R.N.E. and the oneway ticket to Canada.

    I'm intrigue with your statement that "The paperwork for canada is very easy to complete"
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    All information regarding Canada and different types of visas can be found here on the CIC website CIC home page

    I would consider starting off meeting the province license requirements for IEN and once you get eligibility to sit CRNE look for a employer. Come to Canada on a temp work permit and then change to PR. If you have eligibility then a TWP is a quick option to get to Canada but would also suggest you check out the province PNP route which is a quicker way to get PR but still need a employer and each province has different requirements for PNP. You should be able to find out PNP requirements on the CIC website.

    Paperwork was 2 pages and very straight forward. Spouse and children need to be included but if spouse is intending to work they need to submit their own application form at the same time as yours (still needs to be included on your application as well) Also check the province out as sometimes children need a study permit to go to school

    Canadian website in the Philippines http://geo.international.gc.ca/asia/...s/iv01-en.aspx You should be able to find all information and fees
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    Province costs will vary but you should be able to find out on their website.
    TWP costs $150
    PNP $550
    Airfares will depend on who you fly with

    I would look at costs in Canadian dollars as there is a difference to US dollars and costs will be in Canadian
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    thank you for your quick reply sir...

    So the agency is bluffing us. During the seminar it was announce that the immigrant visa is a meticulous process and the Embassy interview is also hard.

    Did you get to canada in less than a year?
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    I would consider starting off meeting the province license requirements for IEN and once you get eligibility to sit CRNE look for a employer
    How do i look for an employer?
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    Quote from zeromike22
    thank you for your quick reply sir...

    So the agency is bluffing us. During the seminar it was announce that the immigrant visa is a meticulous process and the Embassy interview is also hard.

    Did you get to canada in less than a year?
    I know of a couple of nurses that arrived in Canada within 12 months of applying to province, getting eligibility, finding employer and getting LMO, submitting paperwork to embassy, obtaining medical and receiving their TWP and arriving in Canada to work.

    My suggested route and only a suggestion you need to make your own decision.

    Apply to province and meet requirement for IEN and get eligibility to sit CRNE
    Look for employer (contact hospitals in the areas you want to live and work) they will provide you with LMO
    Submit paperwork with LMO to your local Canadian embassy. Await to be informed you need to arrange medical, they should provide you with a list of acceptable establishments where to get it done. Once medical is done the embassy will check all paperwork and then send you a letter stating you are cleared for TWP and can make arrangements to Canada. TWP will be issued on arrival to Canada.
    Once in Canada and working apply for PR

    If you meet PNP requirements you can start your paperwork at the same time as TWP, TWP may be quicker and you can work whilst waiting for completion. I would suggest you look for posts by Beech as they are in the Philippines going through the process and has submitted their passports for PR visa (they have gone the PNP route)

    They do not always interview people for Canada so not sure why the agency commented on the interview being hard. Most as long as paperwork and medicals are OK have no issues


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