Q & A: Multiple Intended Occupations

CIC News
Published: November 1, 1997

Q. Can I apply the independent PR for the more than one intended occupations? For example, I have sent the two self-assessment sheet of 2 computational occupations (mini/micro-computer specialist, and the programmer of engineering and scientific), for the immigration officer evaluation. Can it be acceptable?

Answer: If you have experience consistent with two intended occupations on the current GOL (neither of the occupations you stated is from the current GOL), you may state such in your application. Assessment of your application would take this into consideration.

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