Showing posts with label Video. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Video. Show all posts

April 7, 2014

Don't be a victim of a disappearing act: Choose your immigration representative carefully

Here's a reminder from Citizenship and Immigration Canada regarding immigration representatives.

We at Proactive Immigration Advisers Corp (PIA Corp) are sharing this video prepared by Citizenship and Immigration Canada, as we are supporting this battle against immigration fraud.

To determine if the consultant you are dealing with is authorized representative, verify with ICCRC.  If they are not listed, they are not authorized.  Canadian Immigration Lawyers are also authorized representatives but they are not required to be registered with ICCRC. If the representative claims to be a lawyer, verify with Federation of Law Societies of Canada.

However, not all ICCRC Members and Canadian Immigration Lawyers are authorized to represent you for Quebec Immigration Applications.  Ministère de l’Immigration et des Communautés Culturelles (MICC) deals only with Authorized Quebec Immigration Representatives.

April 6, 2014

Your First Two Weeks in Canada - A Guide from Citizenship and Immigration Canada

This video was prepared by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.  We are just sharing it for the benefit of those moving to Canada.  It will help you get ready for your new life in Canada. It will explain some of the things you should do during your first two weeks in Canada to help make the transition easier.

Watching this video will give you an idea about things to do upon arrival at the airport, finding support at an immigrant serving organizations, getting government documents, opening a bank account, etc.

December 5, 2011

Vancouver Airport Video

Moving to Vancouver? Check out the the First Time Immigrant Fare for 2012 Departure and get discounts. You may also want to watch this Vancouver Airport Video to be more prepared upon landing in Vancouver.

December 3, 2011

Coca-Cola Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project

Have you seen the Coca-Cola Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project Youtube video yet? If you are an overseas contract worker you will surely be touched by this Coca-Cola project for OFW's. 

I have just watched it and I can't help but cry. And then I realized, there is a better alternative in working as an overseas contract worker - Immigrating to Canada!

By immigrating to Canada, you can bring your family with you. You don't need to be separated with your loved ones just to earn in dollars.

Aside from your spouse and kids, you can also get your parents and grandparents through Parent and Grandparent Super Visas.

One of the OFW's featured in this Coca-Cola Where Will Happiness Strike Next: The OFW Project is an X-Ray Technologist. His occupation is included in the 29 in-demand occupations. Within 6-12 months, he can live and work in Canada with his family.

Make the right choice. Go for a long-term solution. Immigrate to Canada.

CLICK HERE for FREE Online Assessment.

April 28, 2011

Dwells God Music Video | Dedicated to OFW Mothers

Here's a tribute to all mothers working abroad.

There's a great number of OFW mothers around the world. Mothers who opted to be physically separated with their children to work abroad and be able to provide the needs of their family.

Working abroad several miles away from one's family is difficult. I salute them!

Here's where Canada's immigration program becomes a great alternative. You don't need to leave your family just to earn in dollars. Live and Work in Canada with your family and enjoy Canada's social benefits for you and your family.

September 29, 2010

Video: ABS-CBN Bandila on Canada's New Immigration Regulations

For those looking for ABS-CBN Bandila report on Canada's new immigration regulations, here's a video clip I got from youtube.

If you are interested to live and work in Canada, you should file your application now. The rules may change again. The longer you delay your decision, the more you are risking your eligibility.

July 24, 2010

How to become a Canadian Citizen

Here's a funny take on How to become a Canadian Citizen. Famous canadian stand up comedian Russell Peter shares his experiences.

Hope you guys like it! :-) For Indians planning to live and work in Canada, visit Canadian Visa Office - New Delhi, India.