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CANADIAN VISA

Located in ☆ Networking - Meet and Greet started by Bonsu, Nov 9, 2018.

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  1. Bonsu

    Bonsu Established Member

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    So I have been thinking about it for a while now and I feel the time is right for me to speak up. I really want to relocate to migrate to Canada. So I could use any help or advice here. A little about myself so you would have an idea if i would fit it or let me say qualify for a visa.

    I am Nigerian by birth but both parents were Ghanians. I grew up and schooled in lagos, Nigeria all my life just visiting Ghana a few times. I am in my late Twenties and have B.Tech in Food Science and Technology with HSE 1,2,3 Certification with BISO (British Institute of Safety Occupation) and currently processing NEBOSH HSE Certification. I also have Project management certification and also Human Resource certification. Amongst other things i have NAFDAC Certification (1 year internship) which is a professional agency responsible for all food and drug produced or imported into Nigeria.

    I am hardworking as i currently work minimum of 12 hours everyday for 6 days as the HSE Officer I also manage the Transport Department of the company. I work in the Human Resource department assisting the HR as we have just 1 person catering to the hr needs of a staff strength of 248. I also have farming knowledge: lets just say I adapt to any environment to get the best out of any situation.

    So in other not to bore you out, that is a brief description of me. Do i qualify to migrate to Canada? If yes, what are the necessary steps I need to take to make it a reality and if there is any Job vacancy i would not mind.

    Bonsu Joshua
     
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  2. internext

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    Here you go >>>>LINK<<<<

    Good luck
     
  3. andydotlol

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  4. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent VIP

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    Hi @Bonsu and so glad that you are considering the possibility of immigration to Canada. From the education and skills/experience you have I would think that the possibilities should be good, but I really don't know any details of the actual process. As it turns out both of my son in laws immigrated to Canada (one from China, one from Ethiopia), but one many years ago and the other after marriage, so the process is different. As you probably have heard, the Canadian government and people are both very open to immigration in general.

    I think the list that @internext sent was to a private site for an organization who provide immigration assistance. While it is doubtless full of good information, you should also directly consult the official Canadian government site on immigration which is here:
    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada.html

    Canada is as you know a very large country. In general many immigrants not unnaturally want to go to the big cities (Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal) but I would urge you to consider some of the other regions, and I think it helps prospects of immigration depending where you want to settle. Your skills immediately reminded me of the government's Canada Food Inspection service, which is headquartered in Ottawa but has people all over the country. Housing costs are hugely different in different parts of the country, with Toronto area and Vancouver and southern British Columbia in general the most expensive. Climate is also very different in different parts. There are many agricultural companies on the prairies which might be a good fit for your skills, an food cooperatives as well.

    Feel free to private message me if you think there is anything I can answer.

    As our Prime Minister says, an I hope will come true for you, Welcome to Canada!

    Bob
     
  5. Bonsu

    Bonsu Established Member

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    Thank you so much for the information. I sure would pm you.
     
  6. Bonsu

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    I prefer America to Europe and I think I'd have a better chance. What do you think?
     
  7. ecomslice

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    I hope it works out for your journey , I wonder if a student visa is another option to first get into Canada and then find your longer term path from there. it is always easier to source information when in the destination.

    All the best !!!! eh !
     
  8. andydotlol

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    @Bonsu yes Canada is nice. Very cold though 😊
     
  9. mr-x

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    A lot of tech entrepreneurs in southern Baja California, southern MX on the coast. Good weather, lower cost of living.

    Best of all, you never have to shovel snow. Something to think about.
     
  10. Bonsu

    Bonsu Established Member

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    Really?
     
  11. mr-x

    mr-x Acme Domains Gold Account VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Yep. Do your own searching.

    Also, there is no snow but there are hurricanes and earth quakes.
     
  12. andydotlol

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    @Mr X that sounds more like me. What is approx monthly cost of living?
     
  13. mr-x

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    I don't know. A couple of friends lived there for awhile, had a good time. That was a few years ago so things will have changed.
     
  14. Bob Hawkes

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    And since this is a domain forum, I should point out that if you do move to Canada you can invest in .ca domain names! :xf.smile:
     
  15. Bonsu

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    lmao
     
  16. briguy

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    Most likely will reside in a apartment, so shovelling snow done by someone else.
    plus there money in moving "white gold" from point a to b..

    @Bonsu is there a Canadian Embassy in your country? Might be a good resource..
     
  17. NamesCost

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    Snow can be quite nice plus you can build a shelter from it with it...

    hurricanes and earth quakes not so much.
     
  18. Bob Hawkes

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    Yeah snow is not that bad, not that I get much where I live now. Where I used to live we once got a storm with 180 cm of it and 80 km/h winds. Amazing drifts. It is beautiful and can be fun if you ski or snowboard or snowshoe or snowmobile or .... (and well also a pain).

    As a domain term, snow has sold as part of domain names 374 times with average price over $1800. The top? NewSnow (com) sold a couple of years ago for $88,800 - oh wait it was used for NewsNow?? - I guess that works too :xf.grin:! Each snowflake is so unique and beautiful that the exact word has sold for 4 figures or more in at least 6 different country extensions!

    Check out this list of 147 things to love about Canada, especially #25 which is SNOW! (from someone who came here from India).

    https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/147-reasons-to-love-canada/article19372494/

    Bob
     
  19. J Sokol

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    Nice article, @Bob Hawkes. Canada seems like a serene place compared to the U.S., which is getting more manic and chaotic by the day.
     
  20. mr-x

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    You know what else snow is? COLD. and it stays cold until the spring.
     
  21. NamesCost

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    Shorts and a toque you should be fine!
     

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