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Old 06-04-2013, 07:24 AM
 
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especially we are 5 members[/b]
[b]In fact
I still do not know if I can get a visa or not
Because some people told me
If every member of your family apply for a student visa
Probability of rejection will be high
Hmmm.... 5 members of a family all applying for a student visa...
Why don't you minimize the rejection chance and apply one person at a time?

If you want to come on a student visa right away, colleges have their minimum English requirements for international students (TOEFL score of 550), so that will be the first hurdle to overcome.

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Old 06-04-2013, 09:24 AM
 
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Welding or baking? Wth, as long as it is hot...
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:07 AM
 
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But some countries, such as New Zealand does not require language requirement
In case you are going to study the language first
and i think its same in canada

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Old 06-04-2013, 10:11 AM
 
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Welding or baking? Wth, as long as it is hot...
You're right
I took welding course for two months in my country
I got several burns
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:35 AM
 
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Hmmm.... 5 members of a family all applying for a student visa...
Why don't you minimize the rejection chance and apply one person at a time?
If we could not go to study in Canada
There is no need for it

We have enough money to study
And all required documents
And criminal records clean

So if they refuse it will be something ugly
And only 3 members of us will try to get a student visa
I will have been applying an application for a student visa independently
And my sister also
In the end, my mother
and My mother would take (my brothers less than 18 years with her) to canada
So young brothers do not need a study visa
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:45 AM
 
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I don't really get that, do you and your family want to study in Canada or emigrate to Canada? Since your entire family seems to be headed for Canada, officials might get the wrong idea
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:53 AM
 
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Second, welding is a highly regulated profession in Canada - meaning, you can't just start welding, you have to go through an apprenticeship period (3-4 years), before becoming a full-fledged welder (we call them journeymen/journeywomen).
It looks difficult and time consuming
Will get a salary in the apprenticeship?
I'm my money is enough to study for one to two years only
What happens if I can not find an employer accepts a training?
sorry whats mean (MB and SK)
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:57 AM
 
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I don't really get that, do you and your family want to study in Canada or emigrate to Canada? Since your entire family seems to be headed for Canada, officials might get the wrong idea
I think they want to stay in Canada after studying:

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But we want to try to obtain residence and work in Canada, so we need to certificates
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Old 06-04-2013, 11:00 AM
 
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I don't really get that, do you and your family want to study in Canada or emigrate to Canada? Since your entire family seems to be headed for Canada, officials might get the wrong idea
We will go to study first in Canada
After that we will try to get a job and stay in Canada
Or get a good immigration lawyer
(A lawyer told me: If you got the certificates from Canada this will help you to get the migration)
In case of failure
We will return to our country
We will try to find jobs in Europe or Australia
By the use of certificates that will get them from Canada

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So I am talking now about the study
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Old 06-04-2013, 11:04 AM
 
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It looks difficult and time consuming
Will get a salary in the apprenticeship?
I'm my money is enough to study for one to two years only
What happens if I can not find an employer accepts a training?
sorry whats mean (MB and SK)
Yes, you do earn wages when an apprentice.
You will find an employer in a highly required skill (welding).

MB = Manitoba
SK = Saskatchewan

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I have not enough money to study English for a year (just 5000 cad)
Canada does not provide a year for language study, before the college studies.

So.....

3 people x N months of English.
5 people x living expenses. (3-4K a month min)
3 people x tuition = 21K (approx).

It would be easier, perhaps, to go an outright immigration route, with your welding skills, under the Skilled Trades program:

Skilled trades

Less scrutiny (proving your ties to your homecountry), smaller tuition, help with settling and language.
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