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In order to be qualified for QSW you need french language proficiency. It is not compulsory, but you wouldn’t be able to obtain required score for QSW without having french language certificate. If I recall correctly, you would need B2 in both speaking and listening (each has 5 score). Check Quebec website to see how they score the applicants here. ...


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The days of French as a global language are long over. Rwanda, an East African country, is undergoing a serious economic boom these days. Rwanda also discarded French for English. So at least we can start questioning the relevance of French to the modern world, even in Africa. I am fluent in French. Living in California, knowing French definitely makes it ...


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How should I cancel my student visa to get my gic back Is it to do in Canada itself or after returning back to India


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British nationality could not be transmitted at birth from a mother to a child born before 1983. However, a child born to a British mother before 1983 is eligible to register as a British citizen now on Form UKM, as long as as he/she would have gotten British citizenship if mothers could transmit citizenship the same as fathers. Basically, this means that ...


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If you have outstanding skills and hold a very strong job profile, you would be able to apply for a job and get a work visa in European countries and after few years receive a PR status. If you also considering Canada, gain a Master degree and an upper band IELTS test result then go for Express Entry. Either way, you need to be a good asset for the ...


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The post that supposedly shows salaries of immigrants is nonsense. It shows salaries for jobs with "Indian" in the job title. Like a school looking for a "teacher of Indian languages", or a university looking for an "Expert in Indian History", or an Indian restaurant looking for a "Chef cooking Indian food". You don't have to be Indian for these jobs, and ...


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