decided to come to Calgary when my brother, who is a Canadian citizen,
recommended it for me. As my brother received his citizenship very long ago, he
had no information regarding the application process for a PR. We only found
out that a work permit is necessary in order to work and apply for a PR. After
my interview, I was able to meet a Korean employer, who offered a job and
support for LMIA for PR. My employer had maintained a long-term relationship
with SK, and we came here for my application.
our consultation, I told them that I had DUI and was told that I should not
apply for Work permit online, but that I should apply at the border or airport.
Thankfully, my LMIA was approved in 3 weeks and I went to the airport for my
work permit. Rheanne prepared me for the entire interview process, including
things that I should not say or do, as well as all the documents required for
were many people lined up to receive their work permit, and the very serious
atmosphere was intimidating. When it was my turn, I gave them my documents. The
officer looked over my file carefully, and told me that there was nothing to
ask me as the documents were well-completed. He gave me my work permit right
away. I was very nervous, as I have heard that many people have been refused at
the airport, but SK made it easy with their foolproof preparation. I have
submitted my criminal rehabilitation, and planning my PR application.
you to everyone who organized and planned all my applications including Rheanne
and all her staff who worked very hard for me.
-Mr. Park, Lethbridge-