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Canadian Express Entry: Language Proficiency

Now it’s time for us to talk about the part of the Express Entry application that I personally enjoyed the most. Okay, maybe I feel this way now since we were able to get pretty good scores, but I remember being nervous as hell while taking the tests since it was like being back in the high pressure environment of university. 684 more words


Express Entry Draw Update: Quit Playing Games With My Heart

Just to give you guys an update about our own application after the draw last January 13, 2016:

After the last draw, we are still waiting to get drawn and receive an ITA (Invitation To Apply) from CIC. 530 more words


Canadian Express Entry: Level of Education

Time to talk about getting your education assessed, here’s N to tell you guys about our experience since she spearheaded our ECA :)

One of the initial requirements for creating an Express Entry profile for Citizenship and Immigration Canada is an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA). 1,038 more words


How Did We Get Here? Deciding to Move to Canada

I’ve written quite a bit about Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Express Entry over the last two posts. Next, I plan is to start sharing my personal experiences in going through the different aspects of the application. 733 more words


Canadian Express Entry: Points, Points, Points!

In our last post, we talked about Express Entry, the system used by Citizenship and Immigration Canada in choosing who gets a chance to immigrate to Canada. 881 more words


Canadian Express Entry: What Is It?

As the name of the blog suggests, a big chunk of this space will be used to chronicle and share my hopeful move to Canada from the Philippines with my fiancee by the end of the year or early next year. 516 more words


If a US green card holder gives up their green card, can they apply for a visitor visa?

QUESTION: If a green card holder living outside the US no longer wishes to pursue getting his/her American citizenship – can he/she let go of the green card and apply for a simple travel visa without being adversely affected? 488 more words

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