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Canada Thread 5
« on: October 10, 2012, 08:25:59 AM »
Post away sissies,wanted to be part so i started the new   ;D   :-*

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2012, 09:22:31 AM »
Pero yun nga, may mga butas yan. Mahigpit na rin ang Canadian government ngayon lalo na sa mga spouse na ini-sponsor. Imagine kung ang magi-sponsor ay dating inisponsoran lang din ng asawa. kumplikado yun.

agree to this one. plus paano makakakuha ng CENOMAR si husband kung previously married pa rin sya at hindi naman anulled.

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2012, 10:47:45 AM »
Siguro sis pag nagka work na si guy dun mag iipon na yun for annullment. Madali na lang siguro yun sa kanila kasi afford na ni guy. Kawawa nga yung si wife nya kasi pinadalhan pa ng guy at ni friend ko si wife 3 yrs ago ng summoned letter para sa annullment nila kaso si wife pinush through pa rin ang pag sponsor kasi mag ama yun.

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2012, 11:48:37 AM »
pa ot  :( para naman walang konsensya yang mga yan, kung gusto sana nila na magsama na, sana yung guy na mismo ang nagdecline ng offer ni wife,at manatili sila sa pinas, or sila ang magpakahirap para makapunta dito, umangat lang ang buhay kahit makasakit pa ng tao,di lang basta  tao, asawa pa =( ano na ba ang mga tao ngayon, sorry nadala lang, ang hirap kasi ng nasa abroad di ba =/

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #4 on: October 10, 2012, 12:05:22 PM »
hay naku sis sinabi mo pa. Buong pamilya din kasi ng friend ko hoping makakarating lahat sa Canada matagal ng dream ng nanay ng friend ko yun, kaya sige go lang . Nakikita ko pa sila sa tweeter naglalandian, mis na daw ni guy yung mag ina nya dito Hindi yata pwede i decline ang offer sis kasi mag ama yun, Family sponsorship ba tawag dun? si guy at anak nila na 8 yr old, tsaka si guy hindi malaki sahod nun.  CSR lang sa call center yun compared sa kinikita ng wife nya sa Canada  hehe hay buhay nga naman. Pag nagkataon ang swerte ng friend ko pag nakuha na sya ni guy . OT na yata sorry mods.
« Last Edit: October 10, 2012, 12:20:25 PM by jhandee »

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #5 on: October 10, 2012, 01:23:21 PM »
^sorry sis, but yung wife have the capacity na e pa deport nya yung husband nya if may ginawang kabulastugan na pagdating ng canada e, since sya nag sponsor nun, yan ginawa ng tita ng friend ko sa husband nya. plus need nga naman nya na madala yung husband nya, since marriage yung app nya sa kanila, so dala yun as dependants nya, di kase maka punta yung mga anak nya once di kasama yung father.
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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #6 on: October 10, 2012, 08:58:10 PM »
sa mga ganitong cases fo sure maghihigpit na sila,baka isa na din ito sa ire-revise nila sa immigration process na ilalabas nila next year...
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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2012, 01:18:38 AM »
hay naku sis sinabi mo pa. Buong pamilya din kasi ng friend ko hoping makakarating lahat sa Canada matagal ng dream ng nanay ng friend ko yun, kaya sige go lang . Nakikita ko pa sila sa tweeter naglalandian, mis na daw ni guy yung mag ina nya dito Hindi yata pwede i decline ang offer sis kasi mag ama yun, Family sponsorship ba tawag dun? si guy at anak nila na 8 yr old, tsaka si guy hindi malaki sahod nun.  CSR lang sa call center yun compared sa kinikita ng wife nya sa Canada  hehe hay buhay nga naman. Pag nagkataon ang swerte ng friend ko pag nakuha na sya ni guy . OT na yata sorry mods.
Kahit family sponsorship pa yun, a sponsor CAN always withdraw whoever ang gusto nyang I-withdraw.  Pwede sanang dinivorce nung wife yung husband nya tapos pipirma na lang yung lalaki na pinapayagan nyang pumunta sa nanay na nasa Canada yung anak. Pero kung may ambisyon at hidden agenda yung lalaki, hindi nga sya pipirma na Lang basta.
Also, maybe the reason that the wife still continue with the sponsorship--dito kasi pwedeng habulin ang lalaki for financial support para sa mga anak hehhe.

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2012, 10:28:06 AM »
pag yung na petition mo ba na deport di ka na ulit makaka pag petition? baka ganun din siguro iniisip nung wife. Pero base dun sa mga Fb pics nila lagi lang ang wife at yung son ang nasa pics walang pic si husband. baka trying to resolve pa issues nila kung kaya pa nyang patawarin si husband. The wife added me sa FB.

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #9 on: October 11, 2012, 10:46:24 AM »
makakapagpetisyon pa rin. pero yung nadeport, there's a (big) tendency na hindi na makabalik.

sabihan mo friend mo na kung gusto nyang makarating ng canada o ng ibang bansa, magsikap sya. hindi sya manggagamit ng tao. nakakabwisit yang kaibigan mo ha.

re pics: baka kasi yung husband ang taga picture heheh.
« Last Edit: October 11, 2012, 10:48:43 AM by showermist »

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2012, 11:45:01 AM »
Also, maybe the reason that the wife still continue with the sponsorship--dito kasi pwedeng habulin ang lalaki for financial support para sa mga anak hehhe.
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yes. and walang takas si guy kasi pwedeng government na mismo ang maningil sa kanya.


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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #11 on: October 11, 2012, 02:05:31 PM »
makakapagpetisyon pa rin. pero yung nadeport, there's a (big) tendency na hindi na makabalik.

sabihan mo friend mo na kung gusto nyang makarating ng canada o ng ibang bansa, magsikap sya. hindi sya manggagamit ng tao. nakakabwisit yang kaibigan mo ha.

re pics: baka kasi yung husband ang taga picture heheh.



sis hindi na kami speaking terms nung friend ko,dahil yan yung pinaka pinag awayan namin, nung naging mistress sya, si wife hindi na nya gamit last name ni guy sa FB gamit nya maiden's name na .pero sana talaga maayos pa problem nila, hindi rin naman madali buhay sa Canada. Parang nabasa ko dun sa cic.gc.ca na pag previously divorce 5 yrs ang waiting time before makapag petition ulit ng spouse. Di ko lang sure kung tama pagkakaintindi ko  :)

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #12 on: October 14, 2012, 03:08:47 AM »
Sisies share me your thoughts on this,im currently,working as live-in caregiver in canada for two months now,im thingking of going,back to school after I got an open permit or residency,im 26 now so that may push when im 29,considering that age and my salary,earning 1k plus in a month,im nursing undergraduate back in phil,thingking if i'll continue it here or i'll just get a short courses like nursing aide,other( 1-2 years) course, college or university?and some thoughts if I can survive that years,financially etc, and can anyone share the salary range?and which is better to do?much appreciated =) love gt's bec I know I can count on their ideas,lots are smart ;)
« Last Edit: October 14, 2012, 03:11:41 AM by angel_babyteen »

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« Reply #13 on: October 14, 2012, 03:38:38 AM »
^i admire you sis, dahil may goal ka, based naman sa mga friends ko na nag upgrade, they wait for their open permit for assessment, dun malalaman nila how many more units they have to take and how many units yung na credit. Other friends waited na magka pr muna bago mag school after the assessment to avail student loan.  expensive kase talaga even you'll just enroll in community college. then assessment takes a year din. most kase ng mga friends ko are RN na sa pinas, so their license and experience abroad din as a nurse, added credit na yun. try rpn (2yrs) muna once naka pr ka na, you can bridge later as an RN, step by step lang kumbaga.
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« Reply #14 on: October 14, 2012, 11:58:06 AM »


sis hindi na kami speaking terms nung friend ko,dahil yan yung pinaka pinag awayan namin, nung naging mistress sya, si wife hindi na nya gamit last name ni guy sa FB gamit nya maiden's name na .pero sana talaga maayos pa problem nila, hindi rin naman madali buhay sa Canada. Parang nabasa ko dun sa cic.gc.ca na pag previously divorce 5 yrs ang waiting time before makapag petition ulit ng spouse. Di ko lang sure kung tama pagkakaintindi ko  :)

Changing name at FB doesn't count. Hehe. But it sure shows a great deal how's their relationship right now. In any case, kahit divorce na sila dito--considered kasal pa rin sila sa pinas. And it's not easy to change from the married name to maiden name.

Parang ganun nga yata yung rule ng immigration ngayon--5years. Kasi dati 3years lang. marami na kasi maloko ngayon--pinagkakakitaan nila ang pagpapakasal para madala mga 'spouses' nila dito. Sana nga gawing ten years ng immigration eh hahahhaha

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« Reply #15 on: October 14, 2012, 12:09:38 PM »
Sisies share me your thoughts on this,im currently,working as live-in caregiver in canada for two months now,im thingking of going,back to school after I got an open permit or residency,im 26 now so that may push when im 29,considering that age and my salary,earning 1k plus in a month,im nursing undergraduate back in phil,thingking if i'll continue it here or i'll just get a short courses like nursing aide,other( 1-2 years) course, college or university?and some thoughts if I can survive that years,financially etc, and can anyone share the salary range?and which is better to do?much appreciated =) love gt's bec I know I can count on their ideas,lots are smart ;)

We should meet! I like talking to ambitious people like me :)

You can study na now.  But it should not be more than 6months course. At kung mag aaral ka dapat mas malaki pa rin yung oras ng pagtatrabaho mo as a LIC.

Now, if you're aiming for a degree program, magagawa mo lang ito pag PR ka na. And you need to complete all requirements before ka nila i-aadmit sa university or college. And english assesment and english writing is a must.

Also, if you're aiming for 2years and below programs, you have to have your english evaluated. Certain courses/diplomas require certain level of english competency. Kasi kunyari careaide(also called health care assistant) ang kukunin mo which requires at least englisg 11 level, eh english 10 lang ang lumabas sa assesment mo---you have to study english pa ulit.

Yung pinag aralan mong nursing sa pinas--walang silbi yun. You have to start from the bottom here.

What advice can I give you? There's an advantage to being a LIC--makaktipid ka sa rent heheh. Pag nakatipid ka sa rent, mas makakapag ipon ka kahit isang libo lang ang sahod mo. Huwag gagaya sa iba na masyadong nag madali makapag live-out (mga paycheck to paycheck karamihan ng na-meet ko sa kanila)--hindi ka rin naman kasi makakapagtrabaho sa labas eh. Unless na mag a-under the table ka. heheh

what salary range are you talking about?

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #16 on: October 15, 2012, 12:37:58 AM »
Sisies share me your thoughts on this,im currently,working as live-in caregiver in canada for two months now,im thingking of going,back to school after I got an open permit or residency,im 26 now so that may push when im 29,considering that age and my salary,earning 1k plus in a month,im nursing undergraduate back in phil,thingking if i'll continue it here or i'll just get a short courses like nursing aide,other( 1-2 years) course, college or university?and some thoughts if I can survive that years,financially etc, and can anyone share the salary range?and which is better to do?much appreciated =) love gt's bec I know I can count on their ideas,lots are smart ;)

nag-aral ako ng LPN dito sa community college last 2009, ang prob sa comuunity college ay mostly full-time although may makukuha ka namang trabaho na pang-gabi or comapnioship lang sa gabi pwede na kasi makakatipid ka. mas murang hamak sa college kesa sa univ. kasi sa akin ang tuition lang ay 1.2k a year although ang mga books ay from $60-120 each. you also have to consider gas money or ttc. baon etc. ang ginagastos ko lang noon ay mga nasa $60 for gas then nagbabaon lang ako ng food. Same din mga classmate ko. Medyo weird ang grading system dito when it comes to medical courses kasi ang passing ng school ay 60% pero yung association ay 75%. so kahit na naka 73% ka pasado ka sa course but you are not allowed to have a lisence...weird di ba? salary depends on where you work. sa ospital nasa $22, nursing home $17-20. private ay $12-15.

meron ding mga online courses na pwede mong kunin kaso nga lang alam ko mas mahal ang tuition pag online like here maniwala ka ang LPN na online same school is $15k. sobrang laki ng difference. hindi ko lang alam kung 1 year yun or entire course na dahil 2 yrs na ngayon ang LPN. ang PSW naman ay 1 year. salary range ang difference lang ay nasa $2-4.

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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #17 on: October 15, 2012, 03:47:09 AM »
hi. just curious, anyone here knows approximately how long would it take for the approval of a conjugal partner sponsorship? If denied, is there a chance that person can apply for a tourist visa or spouse visa (in the future) instead? Would the refusal of conjugal partner visa affect his/her application, like lesser chance of getting approved? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #18 on: October 15, 2012, 04:03:51 AM »
^^ LPN in British Columbia is not two years. Sixteen months lang. Talked to VCC advisor--16 mos lang.
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Re: Canada Thread 5
« Reply #19 on: October 15, 2012, 05:34:27 AM »
^nag text speak post mo....sang province yun? yung 2 yrs na yun kasama na yung walan pasok pero in months ay 18.

 

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