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    Smile Indian Physiotherapists to Canada on Immigration

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    Hi Friends,
    I am a Physiotherapist and got my permanent residence to Canada in just 6 months. Any one of you planning for a bright future can actually plan to immigrate to Canada. Canada has been ranked the best country for the past 5 consecutive years by United Nations based on Quality of Life, Education, Unemployment, Crime rate and Life expectancy(81 years). Immigrations rules have changed after 28th feb 2008. They have short listed 38 high demand occupations and Physiotherapist is one among them. Immigration to canada is points based and you need 67 points to qualify out of 100. The immigration process is fast tracked for these occupations and they are making a decision in just 6-12 months.
    You just need to check these permutations and combinations whether you qualify or not.
    *You get 20 points only and not 22 for you Bachelors degree (3 years or more)
    *You get Maximum 25 points for your Master's Degree( dont add 20 points for Bachelor's again)
    *You get 10 points for your Age(21-49)
    *You get 15 points for one year of experience, 17 if 2 years, 19 if 3 years and 21 if 4 years. Maximum is 21 points for experience after Master's or bachelor's.
    *You get 4 points if your spouse is bachelor's holder and 5 if Master's holder.
    *You get 5 points if you have close relatives in Canada or if your spouse is in canada.
    *You get 10 points if you have an arranged employment in Canada.
    *You get 16 points Maximum for IELTS (6.5 in reading, 6.5 in writing, 7.5 in listening and 6.5 in speaking each out of 9 bands), You may get less for eg, if you get 6.5 in reading, 6.5 in writing but only 7 in listening and only 6 in speaking still you will get 12 points.Note this is only General Module which is relatively easy and not Academic Module.
    *You get 4 points if you can prove your efficiency in Basic level French.
    Your cumulative score must be 67 or more to qualify for immigration.

    For Example:
    A Master's Holder(25 points) aged 26(10 points) with 2 years experience(17 points), average english proficiency( 12 points), married to a bachelor's holder(4 points) will qualify as he gets 68 in total.
    A Bachelor's Holder(20 Points) aged 26(10 points) with 4 years experience(21), good english proficiency(16 points) also will qualify with 67 points.
    You need to submit your documents of IELTS, Experience after you get the file number where they give you 120 days to submit.
    So friends who ever is qualifying according to the points system can plan to immigrate to Canada before they actually tighten the rules for immigration.
    Initial application is to be accompanied by just 550 dollars DD for Canada(approx 25,000 rupees) which is refundable if you do not qualify.
    I wish you a happy new year and all the best.
    Any one who wish to process their application can get appropriate guidance from me at a very low cost. Contact me at 0984941500 or mail to gowtham.pt@gmail.com
    Hurry before its too late.
    Best wishes: Gowtham

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    Re: Indian Physiotherapists to Canada on Immigration

    Hi sir, i m a PT frm India.i just wan 2 knw the details abt canedian migration. The scope, experience ,expense.etc.
    Think u cn provid these


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    Re: Indian Physiotherapists to Canada on Immigration

    You should always take professional advise, please e.mail me for more info.
    Khushi.ji@ymail.com

    Quote Originally Posted by Sujith View Post
    Hi sir, i m a PT frm India.i just wan 2 knw the details abt canedian migration. The scope, experience ,expense.etc.
    Think u cn provid these




 

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