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guyz, na problema man ko oi. wala ko kontak sa akong father ever since i was born. i just know him by his name. i ...

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    guyz, na problema man ko oi. wala ko kontak sa akong father ever since i was born. i just know him by his name. i dont have any details of him. then sa application naa man to birthdate sa parents.. unsaon kaha ni?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyze View Post
    ako pud..... i have a pending application sa canada..... R.N ko and i just submitted my application sa CIO (canadian Intake office) last june.... ako ako ra ang nagprocess.... Dili man gud complicated ang ako situation mao nga ako ray nagprocess sa ako papers.... wala ko nagconsultancy agency kay ang ako nga professional fee nga ibayad nila idugang nalang nako sa ako show money..... just try to read the process of immigration sa ilang website.... naa didto tanan ang pamaagi kung unsaon pag miggrate.... basin sa northwest territory ko muadto ig approve sa ako visa kay naa man ngadto ako mga relatives.... i'm thinking nga maayo kung naa mo guide nimo ig land nimu sa canada....
    hows your processing man ani bro?

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    anybody here knows the income tax rate sa alberta, manitoba and ontario?

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    same as diri ang tax around 3-4%

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    Guys, does anybody know, what are the new policies sa immigrating to Canada thru family sponsorship? Is it true that na dili na needed ang certification or nomination of letter from the state you are applying.....Secondly, kung naa nomination letter, ang applicant taga-an ba og kopya or automatically you have to apply sa cic.gc.ca, basin naa ta broes diri nga mka give og updated procedures especially saskatchewan...thanx, lamat daan sa info's

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    Quote Originally Posted by bharic View Post
    same as diri ang tax around 3-4%
    unsa imo pasabot na "diri" sir? pinas? if so, that's wrong. 20% to 32% man dire sa pinas depende sa salary bracket. and wala ray 1% ana ang imong makita na serbisyo sa goberyno, bwisit kaayo hehehe...

    didto, i really won't mind paying same rate kay kahibaw ko nga makabenefit ko sa ako gibayad na tax!

    sa ako basa-basa, duha ang tax - federal ug provincial. ang federal is dependent pud sa salary (murag mga 15% guro), then ang alberta is naa sa 5% at a certain salary range, then increase sa fraction thereof. can someone vouch if sakto ako understanding and expectations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheka View Post
    naa 2 type sa application: Para ma determine ang processing times.
    Processesd in canada and process outside of canada.... Mas dugay gyud ang process outside canada.... Case to case basis lang na. D gyud ka maka tell ang lenght sa time..but estimated times ra ni siya...


    Processing times: (kani sa ubos.. Type of application nimo og estimated processing times)

    processed in canada

    protected persons and convention refugees
    6-7 months
    humanitarian and compassionate cases
    16-17 months
    spouse or common-law partner class
    9-10 months
    live-in caregiver
    9-10 months

    sponsorship applications

    spouse, common-law or conjugal partner, dependent children and other relatives
    43 days
    parents and grandparents
    28 months
    adopted children, children to be adopted and orphans
    (processed daily on a priority basis)

    processed outside canada

    manila: 55 months (longest)
    7 months ( at least) pero gamay ra sad. 30% ra sa applications....


    Detailed summaryprocessed in manila)

    skilled workers: 55 to 61 months

    spousal: 3-7 months

    dependent children: 3-9 months

    parents or grandparents: 27 to 38 months



    http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/departm...mes/index.html
    dugay diay kaayo ang skilled workers?

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    advice pls, so ako if mag apply ko as skilled worker mas dugay kaysa family of 4 or permanent resident visa ako aplyan?

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    @ kimy ur ryt, sowe for my mistake!

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    kng ganahan mo mudayon canada.. marry me? o dba? im a canadian citizen.. actually now its filipino canadian cuz ako g.reacquire ako pagka filipino. =P

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