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AddressSCO# 54-56, Sector 17 A
Chandigarh 160 017
India
Phonelocal: (0172) 505.0300
international: +91.172.505.0300
Faxlocal: (0172) 505.0320
international: +91.172.505.0320
EmailCHADG-G@international.gc.ca

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ranjeet kumar
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 02:36 EDT
canada
tha would kay frud company
mrs manju t.s
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 13:46 EDT
quebec skilled work applicatin submit date please
me nurse job apply karna chahtahum quebec ke liye apply time please
shakeelkhan
Sun, 19 Apr 2015 16:30 EDT
the wordkey fruad
the wordkey 100% fruad h
rakesh kumar
Fri, 17 Apr 2015 12:33 EDT
Basic travelling allowance
Dear sir,
To obtain work visa for two years , should we go for CAD 2000, which will be refund at the time of visa stamping. I want to know walsh construction company voughan canada is real company. Pls clarify.

Regards,
Rakesh
Vipin
Sun, 12 Apr 2015 01:16 EDT
Muje rudraksh group k bare mai janna hi
Rudraksh group fake hai ya nhi .?
Priya vasudev
Sat, 11 Apr 2015 04:30 EDT
student visa
Hi sir/madam,
I require you assistance for program preference. I did bachelor of engineering in electronics and communication and score 7.8 c.g.p.a without any backlog.I have 81%and 72% in 10 and 12.I am intersted to do masters from canadian universities can you guide me with reputed universities which has program available for my profile.I score 7 bands in IELTS.
Regards,
Priya
nazimahmed
Fri, 10 Apr 2015 02:19 EDT
work visa
Work visa job in canda
rameshkumar jodhpur sekhala
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 04:58 EDT
saakarconsultancy&immigration
i am ramesh in liveing jodhpur. i know this


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Deepu kumar singh
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 04:07 EDT
job in canada
dear sir.. i am deepu kumar..i want driver job in canada..this country is beautiful.ples send me massage ..rathore3064@gmail.com
Jaspreet
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 00:40 EDT
queries regarding my documentation to immigration to quebec
I am applying for permanent immigration to Quebec from India.
I am a staff nurse by profession and am going to submit my application very shortly.
However,I have a couple of queries regarding my documentation to which I need clarification.
I shall be grateful if these questions are provided clarification from your end.

1. My name is Jaspreet Kaur and ‘Sappal’ is my surname. As is the practice in India sir name is not invariably used with one’s first name. In my case too, my surname ‘Sappal’ is mentioned on my passport but is not mentioned on my cerficates of educational qualification.
I need to know whether I need to submit an affidavit stating that Japreet Kaur and Jaspreet Kaur Sappal is the same person.

2. There is a similar problem with the name of my father. My father’s name is spelt with ‘v’ and ‘w’ on different documents pertaining to my qualification and some other documents. Thus, at some places my father’s name is cited as Jaswinder Singh and at others as Jasvinder Singh.
As in India , letters v and w are interchangeable in names and no strict distinction is maintained, this duality is spelling names is not uncommon. Therefore, I need to know if this requires any special clarification in the application.
my e mail i/d is sappalz1987@yahoo.com.

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