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Quebec doesn't go with like other immigration as they clearly mentioned the requirement of the french language. If you already received Canada PR and looking for a job you can apply through various job portals. You can use our own job site www.ciccanadajobs.com You can also contact us. We're soon abRead more
you can't continue both at the same time. You must choose one. As you should know being a student you can't work more than 20 hrs/week. You can go for either of these.
Yes, you can. With proper business immigration process, you can.
Yes, to run a business for the education counseling business, you should be licensed.
No as such you do not have to pay any special fees to Province, but if you get approval as an LMIA exempt from the employer, then your employer needs to pay compliance fees of $230 for work permit application.
Material Handler NOC falls under skill level C, in New Brunswick only who is on valid federal post-graduation work permit can apply under NOC skill level C or D.