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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 944 Pr References

Instructions and Help about Fill Form 944 Pr References

Hello, my name is Mark Holthe II. I'm a Canadian immigration lawyer and ex-immigration officer practicing in the beautiful Province of Alberta, Canada. I'm the host of the Canadian immigration podcast and the founder of the Canadian Immigration Institute. This is the second video in a series of three videos I prepared to share helpful information with you on the Canadian Express Entry immigration process. In this video, I'm going to share with you the answer to one of the most common questions I get from people when applying for entry into the Express Entry process. In fact, I get this question so often that I've become completely overwhelmed with the number of people seeking guidance. It's impossible for me to be able to answer every single person's question. So, I decided that what better way to help people than to create a video that can be shared with everyone at the same time. That's what I did. Here's the question: what do I do if my employer will not give me a properly worded reference letter for Express Entry? Is there anything I can use instead of the reference letter to support my skilled work experience? Alright, this is definitely one of the top questions I get. Let me try to answer it for you. Do everything you can to get that darn letter. It is critical that you pull out all stops because any of the tips that I give you next are completely up to, well, basically it leaves it up to an immigration officer as to whether or not they are going to be willing to accept it. And for anyone who has had anything to do with Express Entry, you will know that these immigration officers are downright cruel. The moment you do not have a document or...