I'm under an order of supervision in the United States , i have a final order of deportation. I have no status here. I'm a good candidate for the Quebec skilled worker program, i'm a computer engineer with 3 years of experience currently working here with an EAD, I'm a dual English french speaker, i have family in Quebec, and i have the money. the application for the skilled worker program requires you to show proof of a visa if you are applying from a different country than your own . Given that i don't have a status here all i have is a work authorization..is there a way around this, can My EAD qualify?
I dont want o have to go home to be able to apply...my country is really unstable and i don't have any family left there.
This is a Canadian immigration law question.
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Since you are looking for admission to Canada I recommend that you direct your question to an Attorney or barrister from Canada that practices immigration law.
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You need to consult with an attorney who handles Canadian immigration.
Guerra Saenz, PL--Immigration Attorneys (954) 434-5800. This answer is of a general nature and should not be relied upon as final, nor is it intended as legal advice.
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This is a question for a Canadian immigration attorney.
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