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Immigration: Moving to another country

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Carlos Echeverry

#1
Moving to another country..

Well.

I'm chemical engineer with 3 years as QMS Manager. Ive started the QMS in my company from scratch and we got ISO9001 certified 1 year ago. 2 weeks ago the QMS was reviewed and has been found pretty good with a lot of fortress. Top managmenent is happy, employers are happy...but...

My dream all my life has been inmigrate to another country. Security in the area where I work has becoming really hard lately. So, I think is time to start to make my dreams true.

Actually I'm still working as QMS Manager but I'm applying for a Canadian Visa as skilled worker. For that reason I came here to the cove. To start to know the english terms of ISO 9001 standard.

In few months I will be washing dishes or washing cars in some city in Ontario. Just to let know all that interested people in get a cheap quality asistant or something like that, just give me a shout by here.

I will keep this thread update with my current work/country status.

See you all.
 

Marc

Captain Nice
Staff member
Admin
#3
I haven't heard from Arte in a while, but Arte was from Columbia and was a moderator here for several years. He and his family successfully immigrated to Canada about a year ago. You might try finding him in the User Directory here and contacting him for 'pointers' or whatever.
 
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Carlos Echeverry

#4
You mean Colombia, my country?

Ive been checking and I found a user called ARTE that speak spanish but he is located at Brampton Ontario.

Is he the same?
 

WALLACE

Quite Involved in Discussions
#6
Carlos,
I'm live in Beamsville, Niagara region, Canada. I would be pleased to be of assistance to you regarding networking your resume.
my E-mail address is mw.tait@sympatico.ca
Good luck when you arrive in Canada, be strong and you'll make it for sure.
Wallace Tait.
 

Randy

Super Moderator
#7
Carlos..

Don't settle for the work you gave above. Take wallace up on his offer & for sure contact Arte. Canada has a significant shortcoming when it comes to educated and skilled folks that are Spanish speakers, you're in demand.

Try looking at some of the internet job sites as well. I think Monster (www.monster.com), Hot Jobs (www.yahoo.com)) and a couple of others have Canadian search ability.
 

WALLACE

Quite Involved in Discussions
#8
Carlos,
If your moving to the Toronto area, you'll for sure bump into lots of native Spanish speakers.
I recall a survey performed by Canada customs recently that indicated French as the official language of Canada along side English, may become a minority language due to the rapid grownth of Spanish in North America.
Carlos, if you manage to enter Canada as a landed imigrant or skilled worker, be sure to obtain the appropriate ID card documentation (This is so important).
Elberth Ardila E-mail Address(es): **Email Removed** is a Spanish speaker from South America that I have assisted recently regarding, networking his resume, he can be found at the Cove too.
I have to say that, you may have to be prepared to take just about any form of work to get yourself established. perseverance pays of though.
Wallace.

Edited by Marc - E-mail removed to Keep e-mail harveting BOTs From It - Please use ARTE's profile to e-mail him.
 
G

gheghe

#9
moving out

Randy said:
Carlos..

Don't settle for the work you gave above. Take wallace up on his offer & for sure contact Arte. Canada has a significant shortcoming when it comes to educated and skilled folks that are Spanish speakers, you're in demand.

Try looking at some of the internet job sites as well. I think Monster (www.monster.com), Hot Jobs (www.yahoo.com)) and a couple of others have Canadian search ability.
Carlos,
Goodluck to you! We have the same plan, but me maybe longer. This might help you http://www.listingsca.com/Ontario/Employment/Recruiting_and_Placement/complete2.asp

I saw a lot of employment opportunities in Monsters too, but most of are not supporting relocations but since you will be there, it will be easy.

Good luck!
 
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Carlos Echeverry

#10
thanks guys...

Thanks for the nice words, I willl keep you all update about the history of application with the Canadian Embassy.

April 1st I will be tested under ***** regulations, so thats the primary target :)

But in the meantime, I can share some experience about QMS :)
 
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