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This is a 3 in 1 publication. A do-it-yourself kit for skilled workers under the latest Canadian immigration policy effective from June 28, 2002. A comprehensive step-by-step settlement guide for new immigrants and visitors. A detailed job search guide with profession specific addresses. The do-it-yourself kit will enable the skilled workers to access their eligibility and prepare their immigration application professionally. This will potentially save them US$ 3000-5000 as professional fee charged by immigration consultants. If you think that you are proficient enough in English language and do not want to take IELTS test then you will find a specimen of alternate submission in this book which is required to consider exemption from IELTS test. If your points are short to become eligible for immigration under point system then it will enable you to register online with thousands of Canadian and American recruiting agencies and employers for free to secure a job offer and subsequently the 10 points towards your eligibility. You will also find North American style resume and top interview questions asked by Canadian employers in this kit/book. If you do not have any degree or diploma and cannot qualify for Canadian immigration but if you have 1-2 years of apprenticeship and experience in your skill with good English or French language ability or both then you can try for Temporary Work Permit to work in Canada by securing a job offer through this job search guide. Canada issue about 90,000 temporary work permits every year which can be obtained in 3 to 6 months time. If you fall under refugee, business, entrepreneur, self-employed or skilled worker category and your case is in process then you will also find a step-by-step newcomer's settlement guide for Canada. This publication has been produced with the approval of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and with the authorization of Communication Canada, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 1M4.

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