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    Default Studyng and Working as an International Student in Canada

    Share ko lang para sa mga balak magaral sa Canada so you can work with or without a work permit and boost your chances of getting Permanent Residence.

    Cheapest Tuition Fees in Canada for International Students
    https://www.studyawake.com/cheapest-...onal-students/

    Designated Learning Institutions in Canada that Participates in the Post-Graduation Work Permit Program
    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...ions-list.html

    Work in Canada after Your Graduate
    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...ion/about.html

    Work Off-Campus as an International Student without Work Permit
    https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration...ff-campus.html

    How to Get a Social Insurance Number
    https://students.ubc.ca/enrolment/fi...nce-number-sin
    Last edited by TambayBlues; 10th Dec 2018 at 06:34.

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    TS, kaya ba makasurvive sa Canada kung self funded ka lang? Meaning aasa ka lang sa parttime job mu which is 20 hours per week lang yata.

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: Studyng and Working as an International Student in Canada

    Sana may mag post ng SOP

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    Quote Originally Posted by drix2 View Post
    TS, kaya ba makasurvive sa Canada kung self funded ka lang? Meaning aasa ka lang sa parttime job mu which is 20 hours per week lang yata.

    Thanks,
    Maraming Indian and Pinoys na nagaaral don at nakaka survive naman from what I heard. One Youtube video of an Indian guy said he earns about $1,000 Canadian dollars a month working part-time in a fastfood restaurant. Average rent is about $1,000 - 1,200 Canadian but if you rent in a shared apartment like the ones you can find on Toronto Roommates, Craigslist or Kijiji you could probably find a place to stay for $600-800. Meron din na deport na Indian student kasi nag fulltime work sya during school season. Pwede lang mag fulltime work kung school vacation. From what I gathered mas mahirap maka survive as a student sa Vancouver dahil sa taas ng cost of living especially rent. Toronto has more jobs and public transit is also more extensive meaning if you live in the suburbs or areas outside of the metro area you can still get to the city due to availability of buses, LRT etc. which is not the case in other provinces.Though travel times can be as long as 4 hours one way.

    It's not impossible to achieve PR status from Student permit but it would really test your character and ability as an individual not to mention your survival instinct to achieve your goals. In India it is quite common for families to sell their farms and other properties just to finance their children's international education in highly developed countries since they know it's one of the best ways to break the poverty cycle for the benefit of future generations.

    A less riskier pathway to PR is to work and gain experience in counties with lower standards of hiring like in the Middle East. Truck Drivers for example are one of the most In-Demand jobs in Canada and do not need an LMIA since it has already been pre-determined that Canada has an acute shortage. Depending on your job and spending habits this would allow you to save and finance your plans of migrating to Canada via Express Entry which is processed within 6 months of filing from what I gathered.
    Last edited by TambayBlues; 27th Jun 2019 at 04:43.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TambayBlues View Post
    Maraming Indian and Pinoys na nagaaral don at nakaka survive naman from what I heard. One Youtube video of an Indian guy said he earns about $1,000 Canadian dollars a month working part-time in a fastfood restaurant. Average rent is about $1,000 - 1,200 Canadian but if you rent in a shared apartment like the ones you can find on Toronto Roommates, Craigslist or Kijiji you could probably find a place to stay for $600-800. Meron din na deport na Indian student kasi nag fulltime work sya during school season. Pwede lang mag fulltime work kung school vacation. From what I gathered mas mahirap maka survive as a student sa Vancouver dahil sa taas ng cost of living especially rent. Toronto has more jobs and public transit is also more extensive meaning if you live in the suburbs or areas outside of the metro area you can still get to the city due to availability of buses, LRT etc. which is not the case in other provinces.Though travel times can be as long as 4 hours one way.

    It's not impossible to achieve PR status from Student permit but it would really test your character and ability as an individual not to mention your survival instinct to achieve your goals. In India it is quite common for families to sell their farms and other properties just to finance their children's international education in highly developed countries since they know it's one of the best ways to break the poverty cycle for the benefit of future generations.

    A less riskier pathway to PR is to work and gain experience in counties with lower standards of hiring like in the Middle East. Truck Drivers for example are one of the most In-Demand jobs in Canada and do not need an LMIA since it has already been pre-determined that Canada has an acute shortage. Depending on your job and spending habits this would allow you to save and finance your plans of migrating to Canada via Express Entry which is processed within 6 months of filing from what I gathered.
    Thanks, TS, yung apply ku as student visa and sa Nova Scotia yung school, ang problem ku now ay yung pang show money ko, wala naman kasi aku kamag-anak sa Canada na pwedeng sumupport sa akin. Hindi ku alam kung itutuloy ku pa at madami nagsabi sakin na mahirap maghanap ng partime job dun. Then ang promise nung visa specialist after 3 months pwede mu makuha ang spouse mu, pero parang ang hirap..hayys..

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    Quote Originally Posted by drix2 View Post
    Thanks, TS, yung apply ku as student visa and sa Nova Scotia yung school, ang problem ku now ay yung pang show money ko, wala naman kasi aku kamag-anak sa Canada na pwedeng sumupport sa akin. Hindi ku alam kung itutuloy ku pa at madami nagsabi sakin na mahirap maghanap ng partime job dun. Then ang promise nung visa specialist after 3 months pwede mu makuha ang spouse mu, pero parang ang hirap..hayys..
    May mga lending firms dyan na nagpapautang puntang abroad. May access ka naman sa Google siguro. Even sa Youtube may mga vlogger na dumaan sa pagkamal ng proof of funds. You can ask for tips on how they did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drix2 View Post
    Thanks, TS, yung apply ku as student visa and sa Nova Scotia yung school, ang problem ku now ay yung pang show money ko, wala naman kasi aku kamag-anak sa Canada na pwedeng sumupport sa akin. Hindi ku alam kung itutuloy ku pa at madami nagsabi sakin na mahirap maghanap ng partime job dun. Then ang promise nung visa specialist after 3 months pwede mu makuha ang spouse mu, pero parang ang hirap..hayys..
    ako din nag a apply na student, wala din me kamag anak sa canada. dapat palakasin ang SOP kasi jan nag babase ang mga VO, kahit walang kamag anak sa canada basta ma prove mo sa kanila na babalik ka sa Pinas after graduate mo. ang isipin mo muna kung paano makarating Canada pag dating dun diskarte na hehehehhe

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    pangarap ko rin makapunta jan sa canada eh, haays sana isang araw makapag trabaho rin ako jan

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