Work or PR visa and Job query

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Work or PR visa and Job query
« on: January 12, 2016, 10:24:14 PM »
Greetings!
Am an Insurance underwriter, with over 8.5 years experience in General Insurance Industry, Have completed MBA banking and finance, am AIII certified and certified Diploma in health insurance from Insurance institute of India.

Will these proffessional certification(AIII and diploma in health insurance) get equivalent certification from Canadian education systems, further i would like to apply for Express entry pool, I being an insurance underwriter my equivalen NOC code is NOC1234,

How are the job vacancies in insurance underwriting and operations feild, if i get a PR how far i can be sure of getting a Job in canada.

kindly advise me the proceedures to start with, can i approach any reliable Consultancy at india for the same or applying directly will be better, pls advise.

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Re: Work or PR visa and Job query
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2016, 09:02:35 AM »
Hi there,
It sounds like you're good to apply for Express Entry. Unfortunately I do not know enough about the equivalency program to know whether or not your certifications will be accepted or how they will be graded.

I don't know about job vacancies, I'm sorry to say. Try picking the province where you would like to live and then contacting the local association.

I couldn't recommend anyone in India. If you were to work with someone, ask for someone who is connected to a consultant or lawyer in Canada (and ask them to verify that person's information). Otherwise, who knows what you're getting when you give them money.

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Re: Work or PR visa and Job query
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2016, 01:16:40 AM »
Thank you for your revert?, can you pls advise me is it better to directly go through the process of WES, IELTS and express entry proceedures instead going with a consultancy or immigration agenty.

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Re: Work or PR visa and Job query
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2016, 09:25:36 AM »
Hi again,
I'm biased, because I work for consultants, but let me put it to you this way:
Would you use an accountant to do your taxes?
Essentially, that's what you're doing with a consultant or a lawyer: you're hiring someone to make sure everything is correct. If you are confident in your own abilities to fully comprehend everything that is asked of you, to answer those questions appropriately and to provide all the documentation, then there's no way I can convince you to hire a consultant.
However, if you are in anyway unsure about your chances for success, or about what forms to complete/not to complete, or how to complete those forms, or what to include and not include, then I would strongly suggest a consultant or lawyer. (As I said, I'm biased but I think consultants are better: they specialize in immigration whereas, for most lawyers, it's just one of the many things they do; they are usually cheaper than lawyers; and they care more because it's the very reason for their existence.)

Hope this helps. And good luck!

 

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