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Self filing perm aplication?

Discussion in 'PERM' started by mirinex, May 19, 2010.

  1. mirinex

    mirinex Registered Users (C)

    Has anyone ever filed perm aplication by him/her self? I am tempted to do so and have been reading about it for a week now? Simple question : Did any one had any luck?
    Thanks:)
  2. mirinex

    mirinex Registered Users (C)

    It seems that I will be the first one ;)
  3. ja1985

    ja1985 New Member

    Hey, I am very interested in self filing for permanent residence.

    Do you know what are the requirements? And where I could go for more information?

    I am currently living outside of Canada.

    Thank you.

    JA
  4. st4rguitar

    st4rguitar Registered Users (C)

    The alien for which the application is being submitted should NOT under any circumstances be involved in the PERM/Recruitment process whatsoever, as it casts doubts on the Department of Labor's required "Good Faith" efforts. If the employer is willing to process the petition on his/her own and is confident in the process, good luck, but the candidate should NOT NOT NOT be involved.

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