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Jenny Reyes of ABS-CBN BANDILA interviewing Evangeline Naron of Canadian Immigration Consultancy
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Federal Skilled Trades Program

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Skilled Trades currently eligible for the Federal Skilled Trades
Program are organized under these major and minor groups of the NOC:

    Major Group 72, industrial, electrical and construction trades,
    Major Group 73, maintenance and equipment operation trades,
    Major Group 82, supervisors and technical jobs in natural
resources, agriculture and related production,
    Major Group 92, processing, manufacturing and utilities
supervisors and central control operators,
    Minor Group 632, chefs and cooks, and
    Minor Group 633, butchers and bakers.

These job classifications don't need to meet the 67 points passmark.
As long as they meet the criteria, they will be included in the
Express Entry Pool.


Please look for 

Ms. Evangeline Naron @ 0920-5348854/0915-1208055 enaron@go2canada.com
Ms. Jhea Estremadura at 0909-4988627 /jestremadura@go2canada.com 

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. , please feel free get in touch with us during office hours.

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: 500 Single or Married


Fees for the Visa and Immigration Section

Monday, February 09, 2015

Source: Embassy Manila Philippines

How To Submit

New applications: Processing fees must be paid when the application is submitted. Refer to the fee schedule below for current rates.
Temporary Resident (visitor, student, temporary worker) and Permanent Resident Travel Document: If you submit your Temporary Resident Visa application on-line, cost recovery fees must be paid on-line. If you submit a paper-based application, the payment must be attached to the application form. Refer to the fee schedule link for current rates. Prior to preparing your processing fee payment, please check this webpage again for updated information.
Multiple-Entry visa: A multiple entry visa allows you to enter Canada repeatedly during the validity period of the visa. If you plan to visit Canada multiple times in the near future (for example on business or to visit family) you may wish to consider applying for a multiple entry temporary resident visas. You may be granted a visa valid up to 10 years or until your passport expires, whichever comes first.
Current applications: If you are paying additional fees for an application currently being processed in Manila, you will receive instructions on how to pay the fees.
Family class applications: All applications for sponsored family class members must be submitted to the Case Processing Centre in Canada. For more information on how to pay and where to submit your application, please refer to the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website.
Economic Class applications: All applicants in the economic classes must submit their initial application to the Centralized Intake Office (CIO) in Canada. For more information on how to pay, visit the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) website.
Note: A receipt will be issued for each payment received at this office. Please keep the receipt as proof of payment.

Payment Instructions - Philippines

  • Fees must be paid by bank draft, certified cheque, postal money order (PMO) or manager’s cheque. Cash payment is not accepted.
  • Print your name on the back of the bank draft or certified cheque.
  • Fees can only be paid in Canadian Dollar and Philippine Peso currencies although it is advisable to pay in Canadian Dollars to avoid currency fluctuation.
  • If you are paying in Canadian dollars, the bank draft or certified cheque should be addressed to the: Receiver General for Canada.
  • If you are paying in Philippine Pesos, the bank draft or certified cheque should be made payable to the: Embassy of Canada, Manila.
  • Cheques can be issued by any local or international banks or post offices. Bank cheques are valid for 6 months from the date they were issued, while PMOs are valid for only 3 months.
  • If bank drafts are issued from a bank in Canada in Canadian dollars, the "drawee" (also known as the clearance or correspondent bank) must be left blank.

Payment Instructions - Japan

Payment may be made at any bank in Japan using only the Interbank remittance system, in yen only.
The Visa Section’s account details are:
Beneficiary bank:  Citibank Japan Ltd
Head Office (Honten)
Account type: 
Savings (Futsu)
Account name: 
Account number: 
Enter the full name of the principal applicant as the payee. If you do not have a phone number in Japan, enter the Embassy’s phone number where required: (03) 5412-6200. Please note that you are responsible for the payment of any service charge levied by the bank. You must transfer the exact amount stated in the fee schedule (do not use any other exchange rate, do not add any other fee).
The payment of visa fees at a bank must be made before you submit your application. You must include the original remittance receipt with your application. The following forms of payment are not accepted: Internet banking, cheque, postal money order, cash, credit card, etc. Applications with incorrect forms of payment will be returned unprocessed.
You may also pay by bank draft drawn against any Canadian bank, made out to the Receiver General for Canada.

Payment Instructions - Korea

Residents of Korea:

For your convenience, payment may be made at most banks in favour of the Embassy of Canada to the Republic Of Korea, Citibank Korea Inc., Account number: 0038184016
Bank receipts must show the name of the applicant and should then be attached to the application when it is submitted. Only original bank receipts and ATM receipts will be accepted. The following methods of payment are not accepted: Internet banking, telephone banking, cash and personal cheques. Payment in any other currency will not be accepted.
When you pay in Won, please pay the fees as shown below, on the basis of the official rate of exchange of the Canadian Embassy. Do not pay the fees based on any other currency exchange rate. Fees must be paid in Korean Won to the above bank account. Applications with incorrect fees will be returned to the applicant.
The exchange rate can be adjusted without prior notice. Therefore, please confirm the fee schedule on the date of application submission.
You may also pay by a bank draft drawn against any bank in Canada made payable to the Receiver General for Canada.

If you are paying from abroad

Fees must be paid in Canadian dollars by bank draft to the Receiver General for Canada; drawn against any bank in Canada.
If your application is received at this office without the correct processing fee attached, it will be returned to you unprocessed. This can cause you significant delays, so calculate your fee carefully.
Cash payment is not accepted. We are not responsible for the loss of cash sent by mail or courier.

Fee Schedule

Temporary Residence Applications
as of January 28th, 2015
Individual - Multiple Entry1003,8409,50097,500
Individual - single entry1003,8409,50097,500
Family Rate - maximum50019,19547,500488,000
Study Permit (fee includes temporary resident visa, if required)1505,76014,300146,400
Work Permit (fee includes temporary resident visa, if required)1555,95014,800151,500
Work permit - Group of 3 or more Performing Artists46517,85044,200454,000
Transit Visa (for less than 48 hours in Canada)freefreefreefree
Permanent Resident Applications
Non-refundable processing fees CADPHPJPYKRW 
Principal applicant

*Payment of the initial processing fees for the principal applicant must be made to the office where the application is made (CPC or CIO).
See note*See note*See note*See note*
Additional family member** of the principal applicant who is 19 years of age or older, or is less than 19 years of age and is a spouse or common-law partner55021,11552,300537,000
Additional family member** of the principal applicant who is less than 19 years of age and is not a spouse or common-law partner** This refers to fees for family members added to a file already being processed by our office.1505,76014,300146,500
Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF)49018,81046,600478,000
The RPRF fee is payable by principal applicants and accompanying spouses and common-law partners.
The following applicants are not required to pay the RPRF: Dependent children of a principal applicant or sponsor, a child to be adopted, or an orphaned brother, sister, niece, nephew or grandchild; and protected persons, including Convention refugees.

Note that the Right of Permanent Residence Fee may be paid at the time the application is submitted or at a later date when requested.
BIOMETRICS (if required)
Group of performing artists – 3 or more2559,79024,300249,000
Note: If you need to give your biometrics, the $85 CAD biometric fee covers the VAC service charge. Additional VAC services are not covered.
Temporary Resident Permit2007,68019,000195,000
Replacing a Visa301,1502,90029,500
Return to Canada (for Permanent Residents) - Travel Document501,9204,80049,000
Application processing fee, if inadmissible on the grounds of serious criminality100038,39095,000976,000
Application processing fee, if inadmissible on the grounds of criminality2007,68019,000195,000
Authorization to return to Canada after removal40015,35538,000390,500
Repayment of removal expenses
To the U.S.A. and St. Pierre and Miquelon75028,79071,300 732,000
To any other country1,50057,585142,5001,465,000


The Department of Citizenship and immigration charges fees to partially recover the cost of providing certain services to the public. Since the processing fee helps defray the cost of processing your application, it cannot be refunded even if your application is unsuccessful or if you withdraw your application after processing has commenced on your application.
The Right of Permanent Residence Fee (RPRF) for immigrants will be refunded for unsuccessful immigrant applications or for those who withdraw or otherwise abandon immigration to Canada before the visa has been used.


Express Entry rounds of invitations

Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Source : www.cic.gc.ca

Under Express Entry, candidates who meet the criteria will be accepted into a pool of possible candidates for immigration to Canada.
Candidates will be ranked against others in the pool using a point-based system called the Comprehensive Ranking System. CIC will regularly select the highest-ranking candidates from the pool by inviting them to apply to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents.
Note: Entry into the Express Entry pool does not guarantee a candidate will be issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) for permanent residence. Invited candidates still have to meet eligibility and admissibility requirements under Canada’s immigration law (Immigration and Refugee Protection Act).
CIC will invite candidates from the Express Entry pool to apply on a regular basis. Every round of invitations will have a set of instructions the electronic system will use to invite candidates from the pool. These instructions will be posted on the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website before each round of invitations..
These instructions will include:
  • the date and time of the round of invitations,
  • the number of candidates that will get an ITA, and
  • if it applies, which specific immigration program(s) will be included.
If the instructions do not specify which immigration program the candidates must be eligible for, the invitations will be based solely on the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score.

Rounds of invitations

Ministerial Instructions respecting invitations to apply for permanent residence under the Express Entry system #1 – January 31, 2015 11:59:48 UTC
No program specified
See full text of Ministerial Instruction
Number of invitations issued CRS score of lowest-ranked candidate invited
779Footnote * 886 points


Footnote *
This round of invitations included Express Entry candidates from the Federal Skilled Worker Program, Federal Skilled Trades Program, Canadian Experience Class and Provincial Nominee Program.


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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.


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

or send your resume via email to enaron@go2canada.com or enaroncic@gmail.com

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