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TPC Canada Chapter

  • Next question. may nakapag dala na ba ng pc sa inyo to Canada? as in kasama yung case.


    me.

    ang monitor 24" binalot ko ng cling film at 1 inch na styrofoam board sa LCD part. naka checked in baggage sa Medium size (M: 44.5cm x 25cm x 66 cm, 26")




    mga $215 CAD (converted) per karton binayaran ko air cargo 15 days daw max door to door

    ang desktop case (wala akong GPU, igpu lang) at isang SSD. pinadala namin via Post (contractor ng post DHL door to door pa) nilagyan ko ng Airtag para ma tracking at magreport ng location anywhere basta madikitan ng may iPhone. Medium size box (53cm x 57cm x 57cm) MAX sa checked in ng mga eroplano hindi dapat sosobra ng 60cm.

    within 10 days nasa Canada na. di lang ma release at Holidays.

    you can always buy additional baggage allowance if you don't want to wait nga lang 25Kgs max lang.. in Emirates you can buy max up to 5 na tig 25kgs na baggage per person. pag post 30Kgs mas mura pa.

    la pang $45 cad binayaran ko sa customs duty sa karton na may computer.

    yung ibang karton tig $20, $25 at $30 depende magkano valuation ng customs pagdating dito.

    -- edited by jay_soriano56 on Feb 07 2022, 05:38 PM
  • Next question. may nakapag dala na ba ng pc sa inyo to Canada? as in kasama yung case.


    laptop lang dala ko dati kasi yung PC sa bahay CRT pa ahaha. binura ko yung mga torr3nt movies sa laptop, nagtira lang ako ng iba na gusto ko talaga and nilagay ko sa memcard ng PSP para di obvious lol.
  • Thanks sa lahat ng suggestions. Kinakabahan ako kung pano makakarating in one piece yung mga PC. Kelangan kasi namin agad ng PC pagdating doon. Di ako sure kung mas ok na lang na magbayad ako sa customs just incase na di makalusot. Siguro naman masmura naman yung ibabayad ko sa kanila kaysa sa bumili ako doon ng parts na bago?

    Monitors sa memoryexpress yung ok ok na is nsa 200 CAD = 8,086.35 PHP. Monitor lang ang iiwan and AVRs hehehe. Pagiisipan ko pa ang diskarte dito hehehe.
  • ^ bili na ng laptop
  • Di ako sure kung mas ok na lang na magbayad ako sa customs just incase na di makalusot.

    You don't pay customs sir, you pay the airline company for:
    1.) excess and/or
    2.) oversize luggage.

    if you'd like to maximize space, mag kartonite ka 50cm x 50cm x 50cm ang allowed, mas magaan kaysa sa maleta.

    Monitors sa memoryexpress yung ok ok na is nsa 200 CAD = 8,086.35 PHP

    list price lagi di kasama ang tax, so if you're in Ontario $226 = 9164 PHP.
  • You don't pay customs sir, you pay the airline company for:
    1.) excess and/or
    2.) oversize luggage.


    Only if you are new immigrant. Student visa ata si Marc...

    As a visitor, you can bring certain goods into Canada for your own use as personal baggage. Personal baggage includes clothing, camping and sports equipment, cameras and personal computers. This also includes your mode of transportation, including vehicles, private boats and aircraft.

    You must declare all goods when you arrive at the first CBSA port of entry. Our BSOs check goods you are bringing in or taking out of Canada to verify what you have declared. If you declare goods when you arrive and take them back with you when you leave, you will not have to pay any duty or taxes. These goods cannot be:

    used by a resident of Canada;
    used on behalf of a business based in Canada;
    given as a gift to a Canadian resident; or
    disposed of or left behind in Canada.

    The BSO may ask you to leave a security deposit for your goods. Your deposit will be refunded when you leave Canada with the goods. If this happens, you will be issued a Temporary Admission Permit. We will keep a copy and give you one for your records. When you leave Canada, bring your goods and your copy of the Temporary Admission Permit, to the BSO. You will get a receipt and your security deposit will be refunded by mail.
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    anong promo yun?
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  • Tanong lang ako.
    Sino dito ung mga galing saudi arabia?

    Kasi may plan kami ni wife i-apply sya as student in canada. I heard in some news na kailangan nya ng police clearance if galing syang saudi. Nagpunta sya sa saudi nung 2018 as my dependent then nag exit din sya nung 2019. Ngaun we heard na kailangan nya ng Police clearance from saudi. So while I'm here still, paano ko kaya sya makukuhanan ng police clearance? ako naman makakakuha ako ng sarili ko.
  • try nyo po check dito kung kailangan nga ng police clearance for student visa.

    <click here for link>
  • @clay005

    hindi ako galing saudi at DIY student to CEC path yung samen ni misis wayback 2018. NBI clearance lang yung binigay ko para sa student visa.
    Pero nung PR application na, sinama ko na yung Japan Police clearance since part ng work experience at requirement kung tumira/work for more than 6months sa ibang bansa.

    Eto yung mga docs na sinubmit ko sa IRCC portal based dun sa application history ng account ko.

    Letter of Acceptance (required)
    Passport (required)
    Proof of Means of Financial Support (required)
    Digital photo (required)
    Proof of upfront medical exam (required)
    Proof of Relationship (required)
    Family Information (IMM5645)
    Schedule 1 - Application for a Temporary Resident Visa Made Outside Canada (IMM 5257) (required)
    Client Information (required)
    Police certificate (required)
  • Every time you live in a country for more than 6 months, make sure you get police clearance before you leave that country. If you apply for immigration to a country like USA/Canada/New Zealand/Australia/UK, they will ask for police clearance from those countries.

    Most of the time, the Canadian embassy will give instructions on how to get the police clearance from other countries, pero there will be some countries na mahirap makuhanan, like my bro-in-law worked for a year in Kazakhstan, and when they requested the police clearance, ilang buwan din kaming nag pa-ikot ikot, at dahil walang embassy sa pinas, nag kontak pa kami sa Russian embassy pa ata, at after that, sinabihan na lang namin yung Canadian embassy na di kami makakuha, at pinadala namin ang mga correspondence showing that we tried. Ayun, pinayagan din, dahil more than 10 years ago na rin yung work niya doon...
  • @clay005

    https://riyadhpe.dfa.gov.ph/consular-services/other-services/police-clearance

    B. If Applicant is Outside Saudi Arabia/In the Philippines/Elsewhere:

    Special Power of Attorney authenticated by the nearest Philippine Embassy/Consulate (if abroad) of DFA Manila (if in the Philippines) for your authorized representative here in Riyadh to process your Saudi Police Clearance;
    *MUST SUBMIT ORIGINAL

    Photocopy of passports used in Saudi Arabia clearly showing the applicant's photographs and all Saudi visas;
    Copy of Saudi Residence Permit (Iqama);
    Two (2) recently taken colored photos with white background (2 in. x 2 in. size); and
    Other relevant documents, if any, to support the application for Police Clearance.
    The Embassy will provide your authorized representative with an Endorsement Letter addressed to and to be presented to the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs endorsing your application. After the approval is obtained, your authorized representative will bring all the documents to the Philippine Embassy for the processing of the Police Clearance.

    You will be notified by the Philippine Embassy when the Police Clearance is already available.

    Furthermore, the Embassy may issue a Certificate of No Derogatory Record (NDR) to those who are unable to comply with the requirements of the Ministry provided the applicants can comply with the following requirements:
  • guys ano po ba cheap college/courses maganda kunin. Sa Ontario sana. gusto ko sana skilled course okay ba yun? thanks guys!
  • You can check seneca, centennial, ryerson.