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Diploma Courses after 10th & 12th for Indian Students

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Date: Sun, 19 Mar 2023

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There are many advantages of pursuing diploma courses after 10th and 12th for Indian students. The courses offer a great way to gain new skills and knowledge and can help students to prepare for their future careers. Additionally, diploma courses can provide students with the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends.


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@winger7 — high earning potential isn’t going to sway them, and if your SC partner doesn’t have enough to support you both while you’re not working, being denied shouldn’t come as a surprise. They want productive members of society here, and are happy to put the squeeze on anyone who doesn’t maintain that standard. Having Canadian citizenship might make them squeeze you even harder, because you appear to have options that could free up space here for more productive members of society than yourself and your partner. It may sound harsh, but optimizing the limited space here is a priority.

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Hi there,

Stumbled upon this thread and was wondering if OP had any updates and whether it worked out for him, I certainly hope so!

I'm in a similar situation, feel devastated but actually also shocked that our PMLA assessment was rejected as I (foreigner) made upwards of $20K/ month in salary, but have not worked for 1 year now. I am a Canadian national or Chinese descent. Yes my partner (SC) does not make much but all I can think of is the fact that we only met for 2 years.

Not much in our control now except to hope that the LTVP assessment may change if I start working (be it abroad).

Thanks!

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Hi there,

Stumbled upon this thread and was wondering if OP had any updates and whether it worked out for him, I certainly hope so!

I'm in a similar situation, feel devastated but actually also shocked that our PMLA assessment was rejected as I (foreigner) made upwards of $20K/ month in salary, but have not worked for 1 year now. I am a Canadian national or Chinese descent. Yes my partner (SC) does not make much but all I can think of is the fact that we only met for 2 years.

Not much in our control now except to hope that the LTVP assessment may change if I start working (be it abroad).

Thanks!

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