When You Least Expect it (Moving to Canada Update!)

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8 thoughts on “When You Least Expect it (Moving to Canada Update!)

  1. I’m really happy for you! Reading your blog gave me hope as I am also on the pre-ITA stage and know how painful the waiting game can be. But I am not losing hope and believe time for my ITA will also come. And I wish you good luck with your application!

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  2. Can I also ask you, did you declare your spouse’s brothers in Express Entry profile? I heard that many provinces sometimes do not give nominations to those who have relatives in other provinces, but for some provinces it is not an issue.

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    • Hi Jenny!

      Yes we did. We actually had this discussion with the agency we’re working with. While there is a concern about some provinces automatically not considering applicants with family members in other provinces, there may be an issue of misrepresentation if one doesn’t declare family members living in Canada… especially immediate ones like siblings / parents.

      Hope this helps. 🙂

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  3. I’m glad that I stumbled upon your blog. I also have a relative in a different province and I was wondering if you declared that your hubby has a relative in your EOI? And also, how did you sell yourself in the EOI?

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  4. Hi Ran!

    V (husband) was actually the principal sponsor in our application and N (wife) is the one that has brothers in a different province.

    We did declare that we have families in other provinces. I know that this is a risk, but we were told that this would be better to declare these family members (only immediate family members should be declared), because they might eventually find out anyway and it won’t look good on your application if you withheld this information.

    About the EOI, we really did our research. Looked for potential jobs online that we felt that we could do and included those. As well as possible house listings and local groups that we can join / connect with to make our transition easier.

    Hope this helps! 🙂

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