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[misc.immigration.canada] Frequently Asked Questions (02/98)
Section - 7. I am an engineer/engineering technican/technologist/physician, do I have to get accredition before immigration?

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There are some professions that are regulated in Canada, ie, you need to be
licensed to practice by provincial authorities to practice.  Engineers,
engineering technicians and technologists and physicans are among these.
You have to get your qualifications assessed for immigration purposes by
the relevant accredition body before your immigration request could be
processed.

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