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what questions do u want to ask?
[11-02-2006,12:56]
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anonymous
(in reply to: to joy)

Hi anon,
I´m in the same situation as you. I came to Canada to do my BSc(hons) and as soon as I finished school I got my post-graduate work permit for 2 years (up to Feb 2007). I applied in Mar 2005, and for my AOR dated Mar 29,2005.

I wanted to ask you what sort of work experience did you apply with. The work experience I used was a part-time job I held continously at my university Alumni office as a data entry student supervisor. As far as I know this job´s desription fits a proper NOC code. I´m not really sure if this experience will be counted. From last March to now, I have gained an additional year of work experience that I know will count for sure. I have updated this information with Buffalo, so I think that if my first job doesn´t count, they will count this one for sure. Do you think this will be the case?

Do you mind me asking your name so I can address other questions to you? Congrats on your IA btw.

Joy

[11-02-2006,15:14]
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Anonymous
(in reply to: to joy)
joy,
if your on-campus job description fits the NOC code (meaning your reference letter´s duties are similar to the duties listed under that code) and if you did put the code in your application, it will work and you will get the points as long as the code is from skill levels 0, A and B. even if you forgot to put the code the officer should put it. your second job will work too. the cic immigration officer will put the code automatically for your second job.

i did the same thing with my on-campus job too and now i got the points. what is your timeline.

[11-02-2006,16:18]
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anonymous
(in reply to: to joy)
That´s awesome. Both my jobs fit into the proper skill codes, and my employer put the proper job description. I also put all the codes for both jobs. My work experience is the only thing I´m worried about, so it´s good to hear someone with a similar case get their IA. I applied in Mar 2005, got my AOR dated Mar 29, 2005. I´m still waiting for any transfer letters or IA news. I expect to hear from them in March. I´m hoping that I can get my PR by Feb 2007, because that´s when my work permit is finished. If I don´t, I guess I´ll get a study permit or something so I can still stay in Canada till I get my PR. Thanks for the answers anon.

Joy

[11-02-2006,18:01]
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