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 CANADA. TPS Alternative

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Posted on 05-08-18 1:23 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hey guys,

What are some of the ways or process to immigrate to Canada from USA for someone who is a TPS recipient and was out of status prior receiving it?

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Posted on 05-11-18 12:27 PM     [Snapshot: 1872]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Don't forget that the best alternative is Nepal. I think people want to go to Canada rather than back to Nepal because they feel they would be shamed.
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@mancini: What makes you think they would be shamed?
Posted on 05-11-18 1:38 PM     [Snapshot: 1963]     Reply [Subscribe]
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What makes you feel they won't feel ashamed to return to Nepal?
Posted on 05-11-18 2:34 PM     [Snapshot: 2001]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@mancini: why don't you create a new thread if you want to pass judgements.
Posted on 05-11-18 2:44 PM     [Snapshot: 2002]     Reply [Subscribe]
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There is nothing to feel shame if one has to return to their homeland. In fact one will feel happy to meet their family, relatives, friends and to be in land where they grew up.

Not everyone thinks in the way just coz you think they would.

Now why do you think like that? 
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Posted on 05-13-18 3:16 AM     [Snapshot: 2391]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Well Friends: Keep in mind that Canada is not a consolation prize when you don't get TPS status in USA. It's a well respected country in the world with some of the best livable cities in the global ranking consistently. So why do you think this Country is just an easy escape route for you if USA doesn't happen to you? Come to this country with your heart- if you really want to- if you are young- if you fall under the skilled category- If you know what Canada is all about.- If you can adapt to this country's winter and taxation system-if you want to raise a family with great health care system- if you want to live a life where your identity from back home will always be well respected. It's a multicultural country where the quality of life comes first- always.
Canada is my home away from home. Nepal is in my blood and always be on top of my list when I will leave this country - eventually. Gain skills- get top education- save some capital and invest in the country where you were born. Don't move from country to country for the sake of protecting your status. Life is short. Save some years to live & enjoy in your birthplace and give some of your productive years back to your country.
Posted on 05-13-18 7:52 PM     [Snapshot: 2690]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Justin Trudeau is more corrupt and worse than Trump. Good luck.
Posted on 05-16-18 12:19 PM     [Snapshot: 3113]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Only times we hear anything about Trudeau is when the American media decides to push stories about him or when he shows up in a wedding dress in someplace in India.


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Posted on 05-16-18 4:44 PM     [Snapshot: 3289]     Reply [Subscribe]
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As someone who has been living in Canada for the last 4 years, here is what I know.

Canada no longer uses the old 67 points system, which used to be called the Federal Skilled Workers Program. It now has a system called Express Entry. You go to the government's Express Entry website and create a profile for yourself, like how you would create a profile in LinkedIn. The site asks you questions about education, age, family, work experience, etc. Then, the site will tally your points together and tell you how much you score. The profile stays valid for a year. Creating that profile in the government's website costs nothing. It is free.

There are "draws" every 2 weeks to invite people to apply for Canada's permanent residency. Every draw has a different "cut-off" i.e. in some draws people with scores of 440 or above get invited to become Canadian permanent residents while I have also seen draws that invite people with scores of 600 or more. This is why your profile being valid for a year helps you. If you have a score of 438 or 440, you can simply wait and get picked in one of the draws when the qualifying score dips to that low level. Currently, most draws have been around 445 or 450 scores. So, if you are one of the unfortunate ones who get stuck on a 442 or 443 score or even 438 score, your best option is to go learn French and get extra 5 or 10 points for knowing French, which is also an official language here. That extra 5 or 10 points could push you over 450, which means you may get picked in the next draw.

This new system is really simple. You should give it a try. If you have advanced degrees from the US, some work experience there, and especially if you are STEM, your chances of qualifying are very high. I know a couple of engineers who managed to get to Canada on 450+ scores and they came straight from Nepal.

OPTION 2: If you don't qualify through Express Entry i.e. don't get enough points, getting admitted to a Canadian university for a degree is the best option. Even for students who come here to get a 1-year Master's programs, Canada gives them a 3 year work permit after graduating. You can work for a year, and that combination of Canadian degree+work experience will push your score to 500+. That means every international student who graduates from a Canadian university can become a permanent resident in Canada. Quite different from the American system, eh? Trust me, I was in the states for 8+ years. Did my undergrad and grad schooling from the states.

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Posted on 05-16-18 4:51 PM     [Snapshot: 3306]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thanks for the detailed info, mickthesick!!
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This is coming from someone who voluntarily left a professional life in US and living in Nepal for past 2 years: There is no f***ing shame on returning to Nepal. However Nepal is a shithole country and vast majority of Nepali people are sheep. If you are strictly against nepotism and corruption, like me, then do whatever it takes to stay away from this fcuking country (Nepal).
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Living and working in Nepal isn't so bad. After my grad school, I went back and worked there for about 5 years. Yes, it is a struggle for the first year. Like in any country, networking goes a long way into finding a good job. For anyone going back to Nepal, this could be the first place to get to know people and build that networking: https://www.facebook.com/groups/aagamannepal

Posted on 05-17-18 8:15 PM     [Snapshot: 3802]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hoards of hatiens and Africans are walking to Canadian boarders and claming asylum. Google it.
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So are Hillary and Melania

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Sorry, @zxcv, I just saw your private messages to me. Hope my answers are still helpful. Check your PM.
Posted on 05-29-18 7:18 PM     [Snapshot: 4979]     Reply [Subscribe]
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MicktheSick bro. I have PMed you. Wanting to get some info please if you do not mind
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@guitarcenter: check your PMs
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I am IT professional and looking for Canada as option.
Does IT falls under Professional and skilled worker category?
I did not see any NOC code for job related to IT.
Does anybody know about this or migrated to Canada with IT background?

Posted on 06-01-18 8:51 AM     [Snapshot: 5430]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am also on the same boat. MicktheSick gave some info, Thank you Mick. But as ShreeGun, wanting to see if any processing can be done for similar situation like his.

Posted on 06-01-18 10:58 AM     [Snapshot: 5493]     Reply [Subscribe]
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ShreeGun and guitarcenter,

Check this out. This has NOC codes for all IT professionals.



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