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Hi Guys,
Currently I am working in Canada onsite in work permit valid till 2017. but due to new express entry PR system I lost my hope to get my PR. I got an offer in <Company A> India for 9.3 lack pa for project leader or senior software engineer position. I have totally 5 + years in IT Development . I am so confused should I relocate to India to join in this Company or should stay in Canada till the visa expires. my wife is pregnant and if the baby born here in Canada then he/she would be a Canadian citizen but if I don't get my PR Permanent residence then we should return to India anyway and the education fees for the NRI is very high in India. please someone give me some good points.
 
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Hello, and welcome to the Ranch!

This is not really a job discussion, rather It's more of a life choice discussion. I don't know what kind of advice you're expecting here, but none of it will probably help you much as it's all going to be down to whatever you feel is best for you and your family. Nobody else but you can know what that is.
 
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As a side discussion ...

Dahveed Shemuel wrote:... but due to new express entry PR system I lost my hope to get my PR.



I would be interested to know how a change in permanent resident system would change the chances of permanent residence? Isn't it just a different processing system? Or did the laws changed with it?

Henry
 
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Henry Wong wrote:
As a side discussion ...

Dahveed Shemuel wrote:... but due to new express entry PR system I lost my hope to get my PR.



I would be interested to know how a change in permanent resident system would change the chances of permanent residence? Isn't it just a different processing system? Or did the laws changed with it?

Henry



Yes. the entire game of PR has been changed. Till 31st Dec 2014 whoever applied for PR which is by classic old PR system with job offer(with or without LMIA(Labour Market Impact Assessment)) in Canada can get it. but after Jan 1st 2015,CIC (Canadian Immigration and Citizenship) launched a new PR system called Express entry with points based invitation to apply PR. the critical change is even I have a full-time job offer ,I did not get 600 points out of 1200. because I am a intra-company transfer emplyee with LMIA exempt (Labour Market Impact Assessment ). They only providing 600 points for the job offer with an LMIA. so It is very hard to get it and my points are very less 250+ out of 1200. CIC is called only people have more than 800 points (humanfactor points+600 points(job offer with LMIA)).
 
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Are you sure that your child will always be considered an NRI ? As far as I know, if a Person of Indian Origin returns back to India, s/he is able to take full citizenship. If a PIO is a resident of India, then s/he is not an Non-Resident Indian. NRI designation is not for life. You might want to double check with a lawyer in India.

Seems to me like you have to return to India sometime between now and 2017. You might as well start planning to move now. Start looking for a job in India now. If you find a great job, move back. If you don't, keep looking
 
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