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Jenny Reyes of ABS-CBN BANDILA interviewing Evangeline Naron of Canadian Immigration Consultancy
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Express Entry System for Jan 2015

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

This is for those applying for Permanent Residence in Canada under the Economic Class Programs (Federal Skilled Worker Program and Provincial Nominee Programs.

Starting January 2015, Canada is implementing a new application management process for Economic Immigration Programs such as the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee Program.  This will be faster and beneficial both to employers and prospective skilled immigrants.  More information about Express Entry System here http://www.canadianimmigrationconsultancy.info/2014/10/express-entry.html

We are writing to you once again to remind you, you must get ready.  

Under the new system, you will only have 60 days to file your application once selected.  Failure to send your application within the given period would mean you will have to start all over again.

Please be guided with the following:

1.  Express Entry System will be implemented on January 2015.  Official application guidelines may be announced December 2014.  You will be receiving an update via email. Please check your inbox regularly.  Details about the points system, selection factors will also be announced in December 2014 or early January 2015.  There are other immigration programs to be opened in case you will not meet the criteria. Should that happen, please discuss option with your Agent.

2. Proof of Work Experience.  You must document your work experience within the last 10 years. Please send email to jd@gatewaytocanada.com for assistance.

3. Proof of Language Proficiency - IELTS examination is mandatory and exam result is valid only for two years, schedule a General Training Module exam as soon as possible. Make sure that you don't have score lower than 6 in any for the four areas (Listening, Writing, Reading and Speaking).  

4. Education Credential Assessment is required under the Federal Skilled Worker program. There is a great chance that it will also be required under the new Express Entry System.  Information about ECA may be found here: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/skilled/assessment.asp

Additional information is available at:


( Reqs for FSW ) For the credentials assessment may take about 20 days, not factoring yet the surge in volume the assessment body may received.  It will definitely delay filing of your FSW application.  To save time, you may want to visit www.wes.org to get information about the process and the documents required and get it ready as early as now.

Typically, you would be needing a certified true copy of your Diploma and Transcript of Records ( College, MA, PHD  ).  Get these documents ready so that as soon as the official assessment body is identified, you can send your application for credentials assessment immediately. Fee for Assessment is C$316~ 400.   There could be other documents to be required. - as a specialist physician (NOC 3111) or general practitioner/family
   physician (NOC 3112), the Medical Council of
Canada<http://mcc.ca/repository/educational-credential-assessment/>
    (professional body) must do your educational credential assessment

5. Online Application Forms. Please don’t forget to fill out your online forms at http://clients.go2cnada.com.  If you forgot your access details, please get in touch with your Agent.

6. Police Certificates from Abroad.  If you lived abroad for more than 6 months, you will be required to submit Police Certificate/Clearance. You may process this as early as of now to avoid delay.  Here’s how to get a Police Certificate from Abroad: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/security/police-cert/index.asp

 
The list enumerated above are the most important documents you must get ready.  If you are still interested to live and work in Canada, you must do something now.  Please get in touch with your assigned  Agent to discuss your options. 


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*Evangeline Naron*

Sr. Consultant


*Landline: 02-5476300*

*Mobile *# : 0920-5348854/09151208055

*Viver :* 09151208055

*Canadian Immigration Consultancy –MOA Branch *

10:00 am to 7:00 pm only *Monday to* Saturday

106 Ground Flr. Northwing open parking, Sunset Ave. Mall of Asia Pasay City

( Northwing open parking or North Hypermarket)

*Reg Fee:* P500.00

 To those already have Agents/Consultants pls contact your assign Agents or
Consultants

TO ALL WALK-INS VISITING IN OUR OFFICES
PLS LOOK FOR ME ON REGISTRATION AREA OR ON THE RECEPTION AREA.

In order for me to assist you personally, please notify me at least a day
in advance when visiting our office.

Should there be changes in your circumstances, please feel free to contact
us again.
Should you have further concerns, please feel free get in touch with us
during office hours.*


 *We are processing visas for Immigrants , Provincial Nominee
Program,Sponsorship and Tourists, Student Visa  to Canada, Australia & NZ


*WE ARE NOT RECRUITMENT AGENCY !!! *


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INCREASE OF CONSULTANCY FEE ( EFFECTIVE ON NOV 01 , 2014 )

Thursday, October 09, 2014


If you're still interested to Australia, Canada & New Zealand and that you're considering to get our professional service to assist you on your application, I have news for you, good and not so good.

The not so good news.
It's inevitable.  We're increasing our consultancy fee effective November 01, 2014.  It should have been implemented few months ago but management decided to delay .
But here's a good news. We have a new deal for you.

Sign up this month and get locked-in to a lower consultancy fee.  We will accept a minimum of P15,000 deposit to get your application started.  

Remember that if your occupation in the current list of priority occupations in Canada, you only have until December  2014 to send your application to Centralized Intake Office.  Furthermore, there is a cap of 1000 applications to be accepted per occupation and your occupation may be closed earlier than January 01 2015.  Thus, the sooner you decide, the better your chances will be.

Be ready when the door opens, position yourself for success.

If your occupation is not in the current list of priority occupations, it is important that you start your preparations now.  Your occupation could be next and you better be ready.  Immigrating to Canada and other countries takes preparation.  Let us help you get ready for the next wave.  Avail of our Installment  Plan/Discounted Plan.

     1.Temporary Residence Visa assistance – Tourist or Super visa
  1. Family Sponsorship
  1. Caregiver same fee - Documentation Assistance with LMO
     
  2. Federal Skilled Worker & Provincial Nomines Program

  3. Additional Fee for existing clients who initially availed the documentation assistance for FSW application and will switch or will be filed to Provincial Nominee Program.

    6. Quebec , Australia and New Zealand Application

     
Come and see us to get started.  Contact me at 09205348854/0915-1208055 for appointment.

For new applicants for  assessment & face to face consultation  P500.00 single or married

Evangeline Naron
Senior Consultant
Mobile # : 0920-5348854,0915-1208055
Email Add: enaron@go2canada.com/enaroncic@gmail.com


Canadian Immigration Consultancy- Proactive Immigration Advisers Corp. 
SM MOA OFFICE:(TTHS - 10am-7pm) Unit 160 G/F Sunset Ave., North Parking Bldg.SM MOA Pasay City
In order for me to assist you personally, please notify me at least 2 days in advance when visiting our office.

Should there be changes in your circumstances, please feel free to contact us again.
Should you have further concerns, please feel free get in touch with us during office hours only.
ASSESSMENT FEE/ FACE TO FACE CONSULTATION P500.00

TO ALL WALK-INS VISITING IN OUR OFFICES
PLS LOOK FOR ME ON REGISTRATION AREA OR ON THE RECEPTION AREA.

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Express Entry

Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Get Excited for Express Entry
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) recently announced that Canada's long awaited expression of interest program will be opening in January 2015. The new program, “Express Entry,” is exciting for skilled workers around the world who are interested in immigrating to Canada.
The new program will involve many improvements to Canadian immigration, including quicker processing times, greater accessibility to applicants from a wider variety of different fields, and a greater focus on the quality of applications. The one main drawback of the new program, uncertainty, is unavoidable in the application process for any immigration program and appears to be outweighed by all of the potential benefits that the program will create for applicants and Canadian employers.

What is Expression of Interest and Express Entry?

An expression of interest program is an immigration program where an applicant documents their credentials (education, work experience, qualifications, etc.) and provides an explanation of their interest in working and living in a given country for expedited processing. Canada's expression of interest program, Express Entry, is inspired by a similar model originally developed in New Zealand and recently adopted by Australia.
Express Entry has been compared to applying for a job through one large central organization, Canada, who then presents the applicant's resume and credentials to smaller organizations, such as Canadian Provinces and employers.

How Will the Program Work?

Under Canada's Express Entry system, after an application is received it will be entered into a pool or database of candidates for review or selection by an interested “selector.”  The Express Entry Process can be divided into 5 steps:
  1. First, all potential candidates will create an Express Entry profile using an online platform that identifies their skills and qualifications, taking the form of an online resume. All Express Entry profiles will be ranked against the other applicants in the system based on a variety of factors, including their language proficiency in English and/or French, their education, their Canadian work experience (if applicable), and other factors that indicate the candidate will be successful in Canada. 
  2. Applicants to the program without a job offer from a Canadian employer will be required to register with the newly upgraded Canada Job Bank. The Job Bank is a platform where individuals can post their credentials and Canadian employers seeking workers can search for an applicant who meets the requirements of their position in order to offer them a job.
  3. After each profile in the system has been assessed, the candidates who meet the criteria of a federal economic program will be placed in the pool of candidates for Express Entry.  
  4. If their application is selected by an employer through the Job Bank, the applicant will be issued an "Invitation to Apply," and will have 60 days to apply for permanent residence.
  5. The successful candidate will then apply for permanent residence under the Federal Skilled Worker program (FSW), the Federal Skilled Trade program (FST), the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), or through a Provincial Nomination Program (PNP). After being offered an invitation to apply applicants will still be required to meet the criteria of the program they are applying under.  The entire process of applying for permanent residence will be online.
After an individual has recieved an Invitation to Apply (ITA), Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has committed to processing these applications in six months or less.

Who Can Apply?

Under the new Express Entry program, anyone will be able apply. Instead of needing to have experience in an occupation on a strict list of eligible occupations as with many other immigration programs, Express Entry will have no occupation list and applicants can present their impressive credentials regardless of what industry or profession they are in.
Canada’s most popular immigration program for foreign workers without a job offer is the Federal Skilled Worker (FSW) eligible occupation stream. Only a limited number of applicants can apply (maximum 1,000 per eligible occupation) and they must have work experience in one of 50 eligible occupations within the last 10 years. Canada needs workers from more than 50 occupations, and many people in occupations not on the list would benefit Canada’s economy and workforce.
Unlike the restrictive FSW program, the new Express Entry program allows people from all occupations to apply without limiting availability to those fortunate enough to have their occupation included on a small list.
Additionally, Express Entry will also not include the application caps featured in many other Canadian immigration programs, including the FSW program.  Without a cap on the number of applications being accepted for processing, applicants can apply to Express Entry at any time without fear that the program will close or fill up before their application is completed.

What are the Benefits of Express Entry?

Honest, Current Credentials
The new Express Entry program will also allow applicants to focus on and highlight their impressive credentials as opposed trying to fit those same credentials into the CIC's existing framework.  While current immigration programs require applicants to demonstrate how their work experience and qualifications match existing occupations, the Express Entry program allows for the creation of a profile that best highlights the applicant's experience, skills and qualifications.  Free from the limitation of having to try and explain how they fit into a related category at some time over the past decade, applicants will be able to create an application that highlights their relevant skills and experience across occupations.  When the applicant has the freedom to include a wide array of related skills in their profile, they can ensure their application is the most accurate reflection of the contribution they would make to the Canadian labour market, enhancing immigration officials' understanding of each applicant.
For example, in the list of eligible occupations for the FSW program, 5 IT designations appear, but IT Manager does not. If someone has been an IT manager for 9 years, but previously worked as a programmer, they will need to try to document their experience from 9 years ago when they were a programmer to apply under the Programmer occupation category. Canada may be getting a very valuable IT manager, but the IT manager will only able to apply because of work experience as a programmer nine years ago. If the same IT manager had only been a programmer 11 years ago, applying may not be an option under the current program.
Experience from 9 years ago may be obsolete and the former programmer may have no desire to work in that field. Under the Express Entry program the same IT manager may be able to focus his application on his current job and skills. If the IT manager is selected based on his current skills, he may be able to better contribute to his new Province and employer and actually use the skills for which he was selected after arrival in Canada.
The benefit of Express Entry is that applicants are expected to have the freedom to include any credentials and qualifications that they feel are most relevent to their application, as well as the skills and experience that will allow the applicant to gain a high ranking in the candidate pool.
Focus On Quality, Not on Timing
Even applicants who satisfy the eligibility requirements of the FSW program might need to rush to submit their applications, as FSW applications have historically been treated on a first come, first served basis. Last year only 300 applications were accepted per eligible occupation. If an applicant waited for program to open or for the eligible list to be announced, which usually happens a few days before the program opens, the applicant may have been too late to take a language test, have their credentials assessed and collect documents. Even under the current FSW program, where 1000 applications are accepted per occupation, popular occupation may fill quickly. This creates a situation where the best applicants may not always have their applications reviewed.  For example, even if the 1001st applicant under the Specialist Physicians category is the best physician in the world, under the current system his application would not be processed.
Under the new Express Entry system, an unlimited number of applicants will be able to apply and quality will play a significantly more important role than the current minimum requirement, first come first served.  Also, applications will be selected as demand arises.  This means that the first application submitted will not always have an advantage over a better application that is submitted months later. Under Express Entry, employers and provinces will be able to choose the best doctors, IT managers, etc. without penalizing them for not being amongst the first files submitted.  Canada's Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander noted that the Express Entry program will “select the candidates who are most likely to succeed economically in Canada, rather than passively process all applicants in a queue.” 

Revolutionary System: Less Ability to Predict the Outcome

A critique of the program that has been raised is that there is greater uncertainty for applicants under Express Entry than under any current program.
Currently, applicants applying for Canadian immigration without a job offer can know before applying which criteria they must satisfy in order to immigrate: satisfying a points requirement, working in a specific occupation, obtaining a minimum score on a standardized language test, etc.  Under the new Express Entry system, it appears that applicants will document and present their credentials to the Canadian government, but only find out if they succeeded and obtain permanent residency if their application is chosen by a Province or employer in Canada.
The above critique does not consider that even under the current programs, applicants cannot predict with certainty if a cap will be reached or whether an immigration officer will refuse their application. If an applicant checks the CIC website and sees that 800 applications have been accepted under the FSW program for their occupation, they may try and submit their application. They may later find out that 200 more applications had been sent in but not counted or reviewed, and be surprised to find out they were refused. Applying for immigration always tends to involve uncertainty and risk, whether a precise pass-mark is posted in advance or not.
Additionally, under the Express Entry program, it is very unlikely that applicants will be kept waiting for long periods of time while their application is being processed.  While many of Canada's immigration program have lengthy processing times and significantly increase uncertainty for applicants, Express Entry already has set out procedures to prevent backlogs.  If an applicant has not recieved an invitation to apply for permanent residency after one year, their application will be removed from the system and the applicant will get a chance to re-apply with a new application that better reflects their skills and qualifications.  The federal government expects that applications will be processed within six months.

Getting Prepared for Express Entry

Even before the final details of the program are announced, there are many measures that prospective applicants can take to prepare for Canadian immigration through the Express Entry program. Applicants can begin updating their resumes, obtaining references and documenting their credentials. By looking at Canada’s current immigration requirements, applicants may be able to predict some of the documentation that will be useful under Express Entry.
Below are some of the many steps that prospective applicants might take in anticipation of Express Entry, or another Canadian immigration category.
  • IELTS: a language test is required for almost every immigration stream that leads to a Permanent Resident visa. Documenting one’s language ability may help them immigrate, and even if an IELTS is not required for Express Entry, the score may still help an applicant convey their English language proficiency to a potential employer.
  • Credential assessment: Under the current FSW programs, foreign diplomas are given an equivalent value in Canada. The credential assessment can also be an important first step towards licensing or certification in their field in Canada.
  • Resume and reference letters: Many people do not have an up to date resume and have not needed to ask their employer for reference letters. Beginning to update and edit a resume, as well as starting to determine how to obtain references may be useful for job searching or immigrating to Canada.
It is important to note that applications currently in the system or awaiting processing will not be transfered to Express Entry when it opens, and each application will be assessed based on the application caps and other requirements in place when that application was recieved by CIC.  Applicants who have already applied to an existing Canadian immigration program will need to apply separately for Express Entry to be considered under this expedited program.
Getting excited about Express Entry
This long awaited program aims to make immigration faster, more efficient and result in satisfied employers and applicants. At this time, the program appears to be making Canada an option to a greater number and variety of skilled workers who are interested in immigrating to Canada. We encourage anyone who is interested in the program to check news updates regularly, about Express Entry and other programs, as many details have not yet been revealed.

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CIC SERVICES



In our (20) twenty years of immigration service, we’ve realized what you truly need. Small mistakes in your application process may cause big problems. That is why we created a line of essential services that will help you, from the time we assess your qualifications, all the way to getting your visa and settling in Canada with your family.



CIC’s comprehensive immigration consultancy package maximizes your chance of migrating to Canada. It includes:



Assessment of Qualifications. As early as this stage, immigration experts assess your qualifications for immigration to Canada. You will be evaluated using a series of factors designed to indicate the likelihood of you becoming economically established in Canada. CIC conducts free eligibility assessment regularly for FREE – both in person and online. • Proper Job Classification. This service assures that your professional and educational qualifications are properly assessed, evaluated and classified in reference to the National Occupational Classification (NOC) of Canada. The NOC is a listing of occupations with corresponding points.



Enhancement of Detailed Job Description. Your job description has an enormous impact on your application. It should present all the necessary information on the important aspects of your work. It should be comprehensive. Skills should also be highlighted. Our JD Specialists ensure that your job description is concise, free of errors and is in accordance with the prescribed or desired format.



Checking, Monitoring for Completion & Organizing of Necessary Documents for Filing to the Embassy. Information about immigrating to Canada is readily available at www.cic.gc.ca, and in a number of immigration websites. Applying may actually be a Do-It-Yourself process. However, small mistakes can lead to bigger problems. And submission of incorrect documents and improperly filled-out application forms may result to “refusal” of application. CIC makes sure that all your documents and forms are correct, complete, well organized and presentable.



· Finalization & Encoding of Application Forms. Aside from making sure that you have properly and correctly accomplished your application forms, we have fully taken the burden off your shoulder by finalizing and even encoding them. This allows us to double check the accuracy of the information provided.



Proper Filling-out, Finalization & Encoding of the Personal Net Worth Statement (PNWS). The PNWS presents your financial eligibility to migrate to Canada. This document contains your personal assets and liabilities, and is a part of your application form. Our Financial Experts will assist you in filling-out and finalizing this form.



Financial Advice & Planning. You are not the only one who battles financial problems. This is in fact the predicament of majority of our immigration clients. CIC houses a team of Financial Experts who can give you advice and personally plan your finances. We are also equipped with a proven-effective career and family plan that will surely help you and your family in winning over your financial drought. Commitment on working

towards a better life is the key. We will be very happy to personally discuss this service with you.



Quality Assurance. After finalizing and encoding all documents, CIC’s QA team will review and assess your finished document package if it meets quality standards in terms of content and presentation.



Scanning & Filing of the Document Package. After you have submitted all the necessary documents required by the Embassy, our team of Scanners create and safe keep a file of your documents for record or reference purposes.



Correspondence with the Canadian Embassy. More often than not, the Canadian Embassy communicates with the applicant thru letters, and asks them to clarify parts of, or information provided on, their application form or submitted documents. The Embassy normally gives 30 days for an applicant to comply with the request. CIC’s years of experience in the immigration industry has earned it the knowledge to interpret various correspondences and provide accurate and suitable responses to these inquiries. Upon receipt of any letter from the Embassy, you will be informed immediately through mail, e-mail, telephone call or whatever means of communication.



Our Immigration Consultants will guide and assist you in completing any additional requirements.







Services of the following professionals:



1. Immigration Lawyer. CIC has been working with a Canadian Lawyer for over 10 years. In April 13, 2004, the Canadian Government introduced new rules to ensure that potential immigrants receive quality service from licensed companies by accepting only visa applications from Lawyers who are members of the Canadian Law Society and students-at-law under their supervision; or Immigration Consultants who are members of, and in good standing with the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants (CSIS). CIC houses one of these lawyers.



2. Financial Planners. They will guide you on managing your finances so you can overcome the financial roadblocks that could hinder your route to achieving your dreams.



3. Job Description Consultants. They will ensure that your professional and educational qualifications are properly presented.



4. Documentation Specialists. Our high-success rate can be attributed to the way we handle and present application documents.



5. Councilors. They will help you realize the importance of involving your whole family in planning your life and achieving your goals. Our councilors also provide guidance on career planning in cases when immigration requirements change



.We know how much an Immigrant Visa means to you and your family that is why we have covered all significant points, leaving no stones unturned. We are here to increase your probability of lodging a successful application. Not only do we provide you with these essential services. We are also helping you plan for your future, and maximize your immigration chances.



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29 Priority Occupations -FSW

Eligibility criteria for federal skilled worker applications

0631 - Restaurant and Food Service Managers

0811 - Primary Production Managers (Except Agriculture)

1122 - Professional Occupations in Business Services to Management

1233 - Insurance Adjusters and Claims Examiners

2121 - Biologists and Related Scientists

2151 - Architects

3111 - Specialist Physicians

3112 - General Practitioners and Family Physicians

3113 - Dentists

3131 - Pharmacists

3142 - Physiotherapists

3152 - Registered Nurses

3215 - Medical Radiation Technologists

3222 - Dental Hygienists & Dental Therapists

3233 - Licensed Practical Nurses

4151 - Psychologists

4152 - Social Workers

6241 - Chefs

6242 - Cooks

7215 - Contractors and Supervisors, Carpentry Trades

7216 - Contractors and Supervisors, Mechanic Trades

7241 - Electricians (Except Industrial & Power System)

7242 - Industrial Electricians

7251 - Plumbers

7265 - Welders & Related Machine Operators

7312 - Heavy-Duty Equipment Mechanics

7371 - Crane Operators

7372 - Drillers & Blasters - Surface Mining, Quarrying & Construction

8222 - Supervisors, Oil and Gas Drilling and Service



If you have at least one year experience in one of the above occupations, you may Immigrate to Canada in less than a year!



Catch this chance of a lifetime!



Save yourself, save your Family!



The Whole Family Will Love You If You Do.



Apply now before the program closes.



For serious minded applicants, Take the Free Online Assessment Form



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