Canadian Migration Expert

Carol asks…

migration expert canada?

i would like to know regarding migrationexpert .com/canada is this reliable agency for migration to canada for processing of visa. first they ask for evaluation / then as i am not canadian they ask few question and ask for money for visa process please advice

Diana answers:

If you want to move to Canada, here is a link to the Canadian government web site with the information.
You can take this test to see if you might qualify
One of the most popular ways of entering Canada is as a skilled worker. Follow this link to see if you are eligible
However, Canadian employers will often not hire a person without Canadian employment experience, which you cannot get until someone offers you a job. This problem can be solved by building an online social profile that appeals to Canadian employers issues, you will eliminate this barrier and start getting interviews and job offers. That it is way it is important to start before anything else. (see / contact for more information)
The process of moving to Canada can take up to three years and can cost $10,000 in government fees. Permanent residency in Canada is not free.
Mark asks…

Have a fallen for a scam?

I wanted to get a working holiday visa for Canada.
I went onto migration
They said that the working holiday programme was now open.
I passed my free eligibility test.
I then proceeded onto payment details.
They said that i would get my application papers for the visa & working holiday guide book.
I gave them my bank details.
After it was processed it showed up on the receipt 1 item- working holiday guide book 113 Canadian dollars. Im from Ireland so im guessing thats around 100 euro.
But after i had done all this it showed that there are no working holiday visas available in Ireland for this current year & i can continue to apply for next year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So what the hell am i paying that much money for??? A guide book!!!!!?
I dont want to apply for next year!!! I wanted a visa for this year.
Was this all a scam?
I rang them but i was just put onto a machine saying there are technical difficulties and ring back later.
Today is Sunday so i will try ring again tomorrow.

Diana answers:

Having looked at their site there is no complaints section I can see, if you dont get any help via phoning them then ring the office of fair trading and ask them what your next steps are, 100 euro for a guide book seems a little steep to me, and maybe the transaction has not been made via your bank just yet, so even take visit to them as well and explain the situation to them, I would try and get all the advice you can about this, and very good luck to you.
Thomas asks…

How come suddenly the “scientists” that touted Global Cooling jumped on Gores hoax of Global Warming?

While worrying about Montana’s receding glaciers, Schweitzer, who is 50, should also worry about the fact that when he was 20 he was told to be worried, very worried, about global cooling. Science magazine (Dec. 10, 1976) warned of “extensive Northern Hemisphere glaciation.” Science Digest (February 1973) reported that “the world’s climatologists are agreed” that we must “prepare for the next ice age.” The Christian Science Monitor (“Warning: Earth’s Climate is Changing Faster Than Even Experts Expect,” Aug. 27, 1974) reported that glaciers “have begun to advance,” “growing seasons in England and Scandinavia are getting shorter” and “the North Atlantic is cooling down about as fast as an ocean can cool.” Newsweek agreed (“The Cooling World,” April 28, 1975) that meteorologists “are almost unanimous” that catastrophic famines might result from the global cooling that the New York Times (Sept. 14, 1975) said “may mark the return to another ice age.” The Times (May 21, 1975) also said “a major cooling of the climate is widely considered inevitable” now that it is “well established” that the Northern Hemisphere’s climate “has been getting cooler since about 1950.”
“Telltale signs are everywhere —from the unexpected persistence and thickness of pack ice in the waters around Iceland to the southward migration of a warmth-loving creature like the armadillo from the Midwest.Since the 1940s the mean global temperature has dropped about 2.7° F. Although that figure is at best an estimate, it is supported by other convincing data. When Climatologist George J. Kukla of Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory and his wife Helena analyzed satellite weather data for the Northern Hemisphere, they found that the area of the ice and snow cover had suddenly increased by 12% in 1971 and the increase has persisted ever since. Areas of Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic, for example, were once totally free of any snow in summer; now they are covered year round.”,9171,944914,00.html
Whoops, an “inconvenient truth” the Scientists who predicted a global cooling are now the global warming nuts

Diana answers:

I remember the global cooling scare, before the global warming and present global cooling scale. We should focus on making delicious sausage instead.
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