The client started working as an accounting technician after completing diploma program at college in Canada. She went back to school to complete her bachelor's degree to become a CPA, while working part-time at the same company. Her Express Entry application was approved at the end of June 2017, and now waiting for COPR to land as an immigrant.
Amazingly, this BC PNP application was approved in a day! As the client's work permit application is expiring soon, we asked BCPNP to process the application as soon as possible so that he can extend his work permit. We submitted the application on June 21, and received a confirmation of nomination letter on June 22!
This OINP application was approved in three weeks. He visited Canada a couple of times, and fell in love with Canada. Even though he hasn't studied or worked in Canada, he decided to move to this beautiful multi-cultural country. All of his education and work experience were gained in his home country. Hence we helped him to receive certain documents from company and government so that his career could be clearly proved. We've never seen him, but via email and voice call on m
Although the client studied culinary management in Ontario, he relocated himself to British Columbia and started working as a Cook with his post-graduation work permit at one of the most luxurious hotels in BC. His skills and knowledge in culinary arts were well demonstrated on the recommendation letter by his employer. Upon the PNP approval, he now adds 600 points on Express Entry, and waiting for an EE invitation.
This Express Entry application was also approved in 2 months and 2 weeks. The principal applicant graduated from secondary school and university in Canada, and has solid skilled worker experience as an administrative officer. Moreover, her husband also speaks English well, so she could get additional points from that. The married couple is now happily waiting for their COPR from Ottawa.
The client speaks English and Chinese very fluently. After completing his Master's degree in Canada, he would like to pursue his career in interpreting/translating services. After one year work experience as a translator/interpreter, we submitted his Express Entry application directly without going through Provincial Nominee Program. His application was approved in about 5 months.