Canadian Dream

Maraming naghahangad na makapag-abroad. Maraming naghahangap na magkaroon ng mas magandang buhay sa ibang bansa. Isa na ko roon.. Nag-apply ako at matapos ang isang taon nabigyan ako ng Immigrant Visa pa-Canada.. Swerte ko noh??

Bago pa ko umalis ng Pilipinas, alam ko nang hindi natin kapantay ang education standard nila, at kahit masakit sa loob ko, I applied as a Registered Practical Nurse sa College of Nurse (yun kasi ang tawag sa provincial board of nursing dito eh).. Sa loob-loob ko, madali lang yan, sandali lang at makakapag-aral ako at magiging RN.. Bitbit ang maleta, kahit sobrang lungkot at takot, nagtapang-tapangan ako at lumipad papuntang Toronto, Canada.. Sa isip ko dala ko ang napakaraming plano at pangarap. Lalo pa at sabi nila maraming trabaho sa Canada, madaling makahanap ng trabaho lalo pa at nurse ako..

In a few days, I’ll be celebrating my first year here. Nung July, pinalad rin akong makapasa at maging RPN.. Tinapangan ko ulit, dahil mahal ang magreview center dito, at madalas inooffer lang yun sa mga colleges/universities, self review na lang tsaka maraming dasal.. Nakamit ko na ba ang mga pangarap ko? Am I living the Canadian dream?? Ang katotohanan, HINDI PA.

Saan ako nagtatrabaho? Sa Burger King, taga-gawa ng sandwich at kahera, bale all-around and drama ko dun.. Magkano sahod ko? $10 kada oras, on average I work 35hours a week at HUWAG NA HUWAG nyong i-convert ng peso kasi dollars din ang ginagastos ko dito, at pag nakita nyo kung magkano ang kaltas ng tax dito, manlulumo kayo.. Do I regret coming here? In a way, oo. Mahirap na masarap ang buhay sa Pilipinas, kung hindi ka magtyaga, mahihirapan ka nga.. Gusto ko na ba umuwi? Oo.. Minsan parang hindi ko na kaya ang lungkot dito, kahit nga Christmas song iniiyakan ko.. Pero lagi ko rin iniisip, “Andaming naghahangad na makarating din dito, eh ako andito na.. hindi ko to dapat sayangin.” Sa tuwing may magtatanong sa akin kung nagaapply ba ako ng trabaho bilang RPN isa lang ang isinasagot ko, “Yes I am. I’ve applied in different institutions from Niagra Falls to Ottawa but still no one has called me yet.”

Isa lang tong babala sa mga tulad kong nurse na nagnanais makapunta dito sa Canada.. Hindi ganon kadali magsimula. Hindi ganun kadali ang makapasok ng trabaho sa ospital, sa nursing home o sa long term care.. Maraming kelangan daanan at pag-aralan.. Kelangan din bukas ang isip mong magtrabaho sa ibang linya.. Pero sige lang, pumunta lang kayo rito.. Talagang ganun ang nagsisimula, pero darating ang araw at makakamit din natin ang mga hangarin natin.. Syempre, PILIPINONG NARS TAYO EH..

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  • karla

    Reflection. Same story as mine,.. in the process pa.. international fee pa tution ko as i dont have yet a PR visa. working Visa.. I was thinking.. kung matatapos ko kaya challenge exam ng LPN/RPN.. may trabaho kaya ako.. ohh dear yes Canada.. but… till dito na lng muna comment ko.. i m hoping .. im going to start pa yung Challenge exam sa Internationally educated NUrses.. grabeeee hirap parang ayaw ko na mag nurse..

    • Czack

      same story din sa akin, Architecture naman ang field ko, almost 1 year na ako sa Toronto as Landed immigrant hindi pa din ako nakakpasok sa Field ko kahit entry level, i took CWC Canadian Workplace Communication para sa linya ko but nothing happened.may kasabayan pa akong dalawang pinoy din na kararating lang nila kasama pamilya nila at almost mauubos na ung baon nila wala pa din work, kilangan mag survived ka dito within 6 months dahil ung ang alocated sa dala mong pera,sobrang hirap… nag pa part time ako mag house cleaning, instead of nag dedesign ako ng bahay..kalaban ko sarili ko, self pity… maganda ang Canada if you have nothing to loose..pero sa katulad natin na may profession ay hindi ganun kadali tanggapin.walang hindi naghirap sa Canada, meron siguro iilan ilan lang.. the best dito is kung mayaman ka sa atin.. kaso anu ang sense ng pagpunta natin dito kung mayaman ka na sa Pinas? pero mga tsikwa paborito nila puntahan dito kasi may pera sila, nakak pag aral sila samagagagandang unibersidad, after nun they have a good life here. pero ang Pinoy pag dating dito sasabak agad sa Factory para may maipadala sa umaasa sa pilipinas.

      Good thing naman dito is pede ka mangutang sa gobyerno ng pang aral mo,medyo may kabigatan nga lang after graduation mo ang bayaran..i have some advice to those who want to come in this beautiful Country, polish your English,Interpersonal skills yan ang isa sa mga susi ng tagumpay, there are certain protocol here to follow. sa ngayun kilangan mag sakripisyo ng wife ko sya ang nag wowork ako ang nag aaral its not for me but its for us..lucky lang ako dahil d naman ako obligado na magpadala sa pinas at may work ung wife ko. pero wag kayo susuko at mag patalo ng ganun ganun lang..reselient ang pinoy ..un lang po..

      • karla

        hirappp po nuh. alberta ako

  • RN

    just persevere and you will reach your dreams. you are right, mahirap s umpisa but soon, you will reap the fruits of your labour. i’m a nurse in london and just like you, a lot of us here have experienced what you are going through. others have worked in nursing homes as nursng assistants. heavy job and low pay. but, now, almost all of them are getting the right pay when they get qualified meaning registered nurse. It’s true, you are fortunate, nakarating ka na dyan. grab whatever opportunities are available and never think that your training and skills as a nurse is substandard or mediocre. Filipino Nurses are highly respected in all parts of the world because of our compassionate nature, discipline at work, honesty, good command of english langauage and resilience. and, it is natural to feel sad, you are on your first year in a foreign country. my advice is to look for a Filipino community and a good church who will give you support. and, last, always seek the Lord’s presence and counsel. may you reach your dreams and may the Lord bless you and your plans.

    • Mai

      u are right! jeremiah 29:11 FOR I HAVE GOOD PLANS FOR YOU, SAYS THE LORD, PLANS TO PROSPER YOU AND NOT TO HARM YOU, PLANS TO GIVE YOU HOPE AND A BRIGHT FUTURE.

  • regie

    Maraming paraan ng pagpunta sa Canada. At depende rin naman kasi kung saan ka dadapo. Ilan rin naman ang probinsiya ng Canada, at hindi lang Ontario ang pwedeng paghanapan ng trabaho.
    May ilan sa mga kababayan natin na nakalipad patungo Canada na hindi Immigrant Visa ang hawak, kundi Working Visa. Ibig sabihin, paglapag nila sa banyagang lupa, may naghihintay na trabaho sa kanila. YUn nga lang, ang length of stay nila dito ay hindi permanente na gaya ng mga landed immigrants.
    Ano ang pros ng landed immigrant? No need for working permit, ibig sabihin, KAHIT SAAN pwede humanap ng trabaho, at hindi mo kailangan ng periodic renewal ng LMO para makakuha ng pinakaaasam-asam na working permit. Ang con- walang guarantee na makakakuha ka ng trabaho na linya sa pinag-aralan mo.
    Ito ang malaking diperensiya sa working-HINDI PERMANENTE ang stay, pero may akmang trabaho. Ang kaso nakatali ka sa Employer mo. Maswerte pa rin kasi may kontratang pinirmahan.
    Sa kaso ko, hindi ko na kinailangan mag-aral pa, pina-assess ko lang Nursing Body ang papers ko, at may Contract ako. After ng assessment ko, binigyan ako ng approval para i-take ang CRNE.

    • jo-anne

      ang swerte mo nmn..saang province k if u dont mind?thanks.God bless

      • regie

        Sa saskatchewan. Currently, SK and Alberta are the two provinces that offer the highest rate for nurses.

    • izyng

      How do they classify those applicants needing further studies and those that do not need? Are there criteria?

      • liz

        Sabi ng CARE depende daw sa school. Siguro nga, kasi graduate sa school namin qualified as RN by the CNO. Pero maganda rin to be a member of different organizations na tumutulong sa Internationally Enrolled Nurses like us.

        • Corazon

          Pwedeng itanong kung saan ka dito sa canada at saang school ka graduate sa atin. Sa alberta ako at sa FEU graduate ang anak ko. Salamat. Godbless

          • liz

            Ontario ako. SLU graduate.

  • jehn

    im a nurse hir in KSA dreaming of canadian life.. bt after ur blog i did have second thoughts of going there.. hayysss..:(

  • ilovebeinganurse

    hi,galing na ako sa canada nag apply ako d2 sa saudi naka working visa ako diko kinaya jan sa canada bumalik ako ng pinas nag apply ulit ako sa hospital d2 sa saudi.and2 rin asawa ko sa saudi nag tour sya sa canada nung andun pa ako july 2008 to june 2009 month of may sya pumunta ng canada tapos nung june bumalik na sya sa saudi umuwi nman ako sa pinas..

    sa canada,kung tamad ka di ka mabubuhay jan.at talag amahirap ang buhay pag minimum wage lang kinikita mu..ang maganda jan pag malaki ang sahod mamumuhay ka ng masagana pero pag maliit ang sahod kailangan mag double job para my pambayad sa bahay pagkain sasakyan and everything..

  • nurse of God

    My father is there in Canada. Canadian citizen na siya, pero he had 2nd family there, gusto ko din sana pumunta sa Canada at subukan ang buhay, kaya lang natatakot din ako, baka wala akong makuha na work. Right now, paramedic-nurse ako sa middle east at 6 years din akong nag-work sa pinas sa govt. pero ok naman ang sweldo d2 sa middle east 1,600$ us, hindi na masama gaya ng pinas d b? Siguro d2 ako nilagay ni God, kasi alam niya na ok naman ako d2 sa middle east, so kuntento na ko d2, kesya naman pumunta ako sa ibang bansa na wala namang direction d b? Sabi nga nila… its your choice!!!

    • torPnoy

      d2 ako sa canada. nagtratrabaho sa manufacturing plant ng halls. temporary. walang benefit. pero ang sweldo ko, umaabot ng 2k kapag may overtime. kapag wala, pareho ng sweldo mo.

    • Dreamer

      Nurse ako by profession pero naging housewife lang muna ako pagdating ko dito sa bahrain. Naka family visa lang ako under nang asawa ko na nakapaghanap nang trabaho dito. Ang maganda sa middle kasi walang tax. Buo ang sweldo na matatanggap mo buwan buwan. Libre pa ang housing and transportation. Pagkain nlang ang alalahanin mo.

    • @nurse of God ……pwede ka ding apply dito nyan pero kailangan mo ring mag aral pero ilang buwan lang naman yun para lang makakuha ka ng certificate,,,kasi labanan dito talaga certificate..ang laki ng angat ng sahod mo dito for sure.

  • carl torres

    im considering applying to canada as travel agent. however life in saudi are more easy and convenient, taxs free. i think 10x if: am i going to give up my comfort zone to try canada without any assurance of success?

  • izyng

    So what ur saying fellow nurses is that, canada is not wat most people think it is, dreams wont come true in canada?
    I am aware that the tax is high there, but i guess little did i know.

    • Yup totoo mataas tax dito pero marami naman benifits from the government at kapag under ka pa ng health region dito malaki sweldo mo at bukod pa yung benefits mo….Dito sa Canada mas maganda kung nsa government ka taliwas sa atin mababa sweldo kpag sa gvoerment ka.

    • prexyvsRNRPN

      dont worry about the tax.. andaming benefits ng residents dito.. but dont expect na kung ano ang linya mo yun agad magiging trabaho mo.. its really nice here.. kung anong kinakain ng mayaman meron ka rin. gusto mo ng gadgets, kotse, bahay.. you can have all of those, but you have to double your efforts.. kaya ang tao dito puro trabaho na lang.. a lot of them has 2 jobs.. halos hindi ko nga kilala mga kapitbahay ko dito kasi their too busy working, kahit anong lahi…

    • Mike

      YES. the grass is not greener over here. niloloko lang kayo ng marketing campaign ng Canadian govt.

  • Dianne

    Kahit po ba may working experience ka as a nurse si pa din ba sure na makakahanap ka ng work sa canada as RN??

    • lei

      iba-iba ang procedures ng nursing registration sa mga provinces… based from my xperience, mas ok kmuha ng registration sa ontario kasi sanay n silang may mga international nurses na applicants compared sa ibang provinces.. Pero talagang mahirap ang pgdadaanan mo, unang-una mas pabor sila sa mga may 5 years or more hospital experience, then marami silang hhingin na documents from your previous employment, PRC down to the university where you graduated. And minsan kelangan mo dumaan sa hospital training or preceptorship..in my case, i did it for 6 weeks without pay un ha nor allowance..medyo ok ung akin kc i got relatives na here, pano kng mg-isa k lng? Syempre isipin mo how could you juggle your training from work? Kelangan mo rin mgtrabaho for you to survive, mahal p man din cost of living dito kc lhat may tax…sipag and tiyaga lang tlga kelangan pra mksurvive dito sa Canada!

      • Dianne

        Im a newly RN po and balak ko po kumuha ng working experience as nurse dto sa pinas.. Ask ko lang po kung ilang years of working experiene ba ang kailangan q para makapagwork aq sa canada as nurse din? I need advice po kso wla pa po tlga aqong idea sa pwede qong mging trabaho pag nag abroad aq.. Puro pa lang aq plano.. I really want to become a nurse jan sa canada..

        • karla

          alberta canada

          • Competent English language ability. ( IELTS yan sis, u can take that later on , di yan mahirap ok lng yan, after you gain your experience ito yung next step mo. You can take it here if you want too ditto ka exam)
          • Successful completion of a nursing program which has official approval in your home country, state, province or territory.( TRANSCRIPT of RECORD)
          • Status as a registered nurse in the country where you earned your nursing education.(PRC liscense0
          • If you practiced nursing in a country other than the one you earned your education in, you must demonstrate that you practiced as a registered nurse in good standing for the last 5 years.(not necessary. Parang employment certicate sa other country if you have experience abrod as a nurse)
          • Completion of at least 1,125 hours of practice as a registered nurse within the last 5 years, (not including the current year,) OR (ito ang importante sa lahat, mahirap ang peke kasi tatawagan tlga nila)
          • Evidence of your competence to practice nursing at the expected professional level in Alberta. This could be through a combination of education, experience, or other related nursing qualifications.
          • You must be able to demonstrate that you are of good character through employer references.
          • You must not have any outstanding criminal charges or convictions that could affect your ability to practice nursing.
          • After completing the above requirements, submit for assessment and ready for exam as an RN.
          • Competent English language ability. (
          • Successful completion of a nursing program which has official approval in your home country, state, province or territory.( TRANSCRIPT of RECORD)
          • Status as a registered nurse in the country where you earned your nursing education.(PRC liscense0
          • If you practiced nursing in a country other than the one you earned your education in, you must demonstrate that you practiced as a registered nurse in good standing for the last 5 years.(not necessary. Parang employment certicate sa other country if you have experience abrod as a nurse)
          • Completion of at least 1,125 hours of practice as a registered nurse within the last 5 years,
          • Evidence of your competence to practice nursing at the expected professional level in Alberta. This could be through a combination of education, experience, or other related nursing qualifications.
          • You must be able to demonstrate that you are of good character through employer references.
          • You must not have any outstanding criminal charges or convictions that could affect your ability to practice nursing.
          • After completing the above requirements, submit for assessment and ready for exam as an RN. Take note REGISTERED NURSE

          • Dianne

            Thank you po sa info. Big help.. Need q po tlga malaman lahat ng requirements dhil gusto q po magpunta ng canada 🙂

          • liz

            Pinakaimportante is marami kang dalang pasensya and lakas ng loob. Its not easy to start however pag tapos naman na lahat worthy naman kasi mataas and sahod.

        • lei

          naku iha gain more experience muna kc as of now at least 5 years of hospital experience ang gusto nila dito..sa dami ng nurses ngaun and take note hnde lang dyan sa pinas pati india, china to name a few ay nkki-compete n sa atin globally. Kaya lhat ng bansa even in saudi arabia, mas prefer ang may hospital experience..anyway, good luck!

          • Dianne

            Ganun po ba? Thank u po sa advice. Pero bakit po may mga agency aq nkikita sa net na khit 1yr experience dw po pede na? D po ba RN ang mapapasukan nilang work pagdting sa canada??

          • Jay Lorenzo

            Ang habol lang naman ng mga agency ay ang kikitain nila hindi ang kapakanan ng mga gustong magtrabaho abroad. Nakakalungkot mang sabihin ay yan ang problema ng ating mga kababayan pagdating sa pagtatrabauhan nila!!! Kulang sa proteksiyon ang mga OFW maging ang kapakanan nila ay nanganganib din! Sayang nga lang at hindi magamit na ating kababayan ang kanilang napagaralang mabuti!!!

        • prexyvsRNRPN

          you also have to remember, ang prerequisite nila rin dito is at least 12years of study before university… total yan ng elementary, junior high and high school… kaya madalas to fill the gap since walang junior high and pinas, kinakaltas nila yung 2years sa university mo.. pero it also depends sa length ng practice mo especially kung nagpractice ka sa ibang bansa for some time.. coz i’ve heard stories na sila matagal na sa saudi or US nabigyan sila agad ng eligibility to take the RN exam.. pero maraming gaya ko na under 5yrs ang nsg experience who downgraded into RPN, as a shortcut makapasok lang sa nursing field dito kasi ang laki ng difference sa sweldo eh vs sa factory jobs..

          • liz

            Hindi totoo na matagal ka sa Saudi qualified ka na as RN. May nameet din ako na hindi. Graduate from UP, UST, SLU and La Salle oo. Di ko sure if meron pang iba.

    • prexyvsRNRPN

      mahirap ang kakompetensya mo rito: LOCAL GRADS.. madalas kasi yung mga grads nila dito hindi pa man graduate eh may job offer na.. kelangan lang ipasa nila yung exam.. sa kagaya natin, mahirap makapenetrate to these hospitals and nursing home.. plus, these Canadians have smarten up and realized that a job within the healthcare industry is the most stable.. they too are taking up healthcare courses..

  • torPnoy

    gusto ko lang ishare.
    dami akong kaibigan na nagpunta dito pero bumalik din sa pinas, or sa singapore yung isa. minsan ang hindi nakakayanan dito, lalo na kapag may pamilya, ay yung ikaw lahat. luto, laba, plantsa (kung lukot masyado ang nilabhan), trabaho, alaga sa bata, grocery. pero other than that, kung 2 kayong work, masarap mamuhay dito. maraming mapupuntahan, drive lang ng ilang oras, nasa US na. pero di talaga madaling magsimula. kung ano ano na rin ang pinasok kong trabaho. buhat dito, kinis dyan. punas, ayos. 35 lbs and nawala sa akin nung unang taon ko dito. pero, para sa pamilya, para sa anak, gagawin ko lahat.
    tyagaan lang.

    pero kung wala kang tyaga, sa pinas ka na lang. opisina ang trabaho, may katulong pa sa bahay. mas ok pa ang eskwelahan (kung private), mahal nga lang. at least, pag-uwi mo ng bahay, kain tulog na lang, kasi nanjan si inday. oh well. you choose what kind of life you want. and your wants will guide you to your future.

    • ail

      share ko lng story ko….dumating ako ng canada june 2005 then after 6 months i was able to work as RN sa nursing home. Nagtrabaho din ako sa vancouver coastal for 2 1/2 years, naging canadian citizen ngayon nandito ako sa US as nurse din, I thank God for everything but there’s no place like home. Now, naghahanda kmi ng asawa ko para makauwi na ng pilipinas and settle there, wala pa kaming anak kaya sinisikap na maka settle sa atin bago kami maganak at sa Pinas palakihin ang bata. Pareho kaming citizen, sya US at ako canadian pero saan man kmi makarating wala kaming ibang babalikan kundi sariling bayan.

      • lori

        siguro mayaman kayo dito sa pinas and can afford to leave your lives there in a better country. biruin mo RN ka na and citizens na kayo diyan tapos iiwan mo lahat just after 6 years or so?? there’s gotta be something that’s driving you to come back here for good when so many others will do everything just to have a life there. 😀

    • Mike

      Salamat sa share mo pare. Napansin ko lang kasi, marami sa ating mga kababayan (katulad ko) ang nasisilaw sa Canada. Akala nila once you are here, you are in the promised land. Ika nga maganda na agad ang buhay mo porke nakatuntong ka na sa lupa dito. The reality is, HINDE. Maraming paghihirap pa ang dadaanan.

  • Ronnie

    Just to make it clear to everyone, you cannot work as a registered nurse here in Canada not unless you pass the Nursing exam. Pero oras na maipasa mo naman ang exam, malaki ang magiging sweldo mo kung registered nurse ka na. Totoo na di madali ang magsimula ng buhay, pero kahit saan naman eh talagang ganoon.Our family immigrated here in Canada in 1981, and of course, it will be tough during the first year. Winter was hash and cold, pero nag-aadopt naman tayo, basta magsuot lang ng tamang kasuotan. After 30 years, awa ng Diyos eh nandito pa rin kami, all members of the Family,living the Canadian dream. I have a family of my own now, with 5 healthy and beautiful children.
    Pero kung di mo kayang magsimula sa ibaba, kung di mo kayang lunokin yung pride mo, kung ayaw mo na ulit kumuha ng exam para magkaroon ka ng license as a nurse, siguro nga eh wag ka na tumuloy na pumunta sa abroad.

    • izyng

      So wat was life lime in canada wen u came jn the first time?
      Cgro malaki nadn pinagbago ng sistema then and now

      • @Ronnie…agree ako sa mga sinabi mo.dapat bago ka pumunta dito handa ka.

        • ronie

          Thanks for agreeing with me cute…
          But thats the truth, if you cant swallow working and starting from zero when you move to a new place, and get your ego stand in between, you will always have something to whine and complain about life in abroad.
          But i guess majority of us immigrants know, that Canada is a better place, esp. for families with children.
          Here, we have free health programs, better public schools, and most of all, you can live like every one else, you can go grocery where the well to do families go for their groceries. you can go buy and drive a car even if you just earn minimum wage, which you cannot do if you are working back in Manila,,,,right?

          • @Ronnie sobrang agree ulet..Dapat isipin ng mga taong gustong pumunta dito is wala tayo sa sariling bansa para makamit agad yung mga gusto nating mangyari…kailangan nating makibaka sa umpisa.totoo ka makaka drive tayo ng car dito even in minmum wage.Sobrang happy kami kasi sa Pinas di nmin to kayang gawin na makasakay sa brand new car……Eto lang masasabi ko basta sa para sa family do it.

        • Genaro sabado

          Gusto ko Lang din share sa lahat …kaka land Lang namin dito last year buong family landed immigrant kami ,sa umpisa talaga mahirap lalo Kung pareho kayong mag asawa na propesyonal at may magandang work sa ban sang pinanggalingan nio Gaya naming mag asawa na galling din ng middle east pero mas pinili namin ang Canada para sa mas magandang future ng mga anak namin …6 days pa Lang Nung dumating kami nakahnap na agad ako ng work pero Hindi sa propesyon ko pero pasalamat na din ako kahit pano nakapag work at ang asawa ko Hindi makapag work sa dahilan sia ang alaga sa mga anak namin ..dito mas ok lalo sa mga may anak na kagaya namin mas may maganda silang future dito,true Kau malaki tax dito pero dami din benefit na binibigay nila ..start ka talaga dito sa zero kaya kunting

          • Alexisia

            Tiis Lang wlang madali sa umpisa..

      • ronie

        It was a lot tougher that time, una, konti pa lang pilipino dito noon.Talagang homesick ang kalaban mo, and on top of that, Winnipeg weather is one of the coldest among Canadian cities. Being born and raised sa Pinas, where we have warm and hot days all year round, it was hard to cope with the weather, esp. the long cold winter that lasts almost 5 to six months.
        But like i said, people adopt, and as long as you are willing, and able to adjust, it wont be too long before you start to establish and settle comfortably in this new place. It doesnt matter where in the world you are going to move and immigrate…you gotta have the patience…hardwork…and perseverance……or else, you will end up like some people who end up coming back home, and whine how hard and shitty it is abroad.

        • lori

          you mean “adapt”… 😀

          • ronie

            yeah…sorry for topographical errors on my postings….lol

  • Iba iba talaga ang paraan…maraming nurses din dito na nagamit naman nila career nila…..sila yung mga kinuha sa Pinas under Nominee Program at di na nila kinailangang mag aral pa dito sa Canada…ngayon andito sila working na sa isang malaking Hospital sa province of Saskatchewan at kasama na rin nila family after a year….DI rin ata totoo na kung minimum ka lang dito is di ka na mkaka survive….Sa aking opinion survive ka nga dito kahit minimum wage ka lang compare sa Pinas.AT kahit malaki tax dito marami ka namang benepisyo from the government especially sa health,schooling na mga bata till high school free sila.Medyo may kalungkutan pero kung kasama mo naman family mo wala ka ng hahanapin pa.Maninirahan ka dito na may peace of minda compare sa Pinas maglakad ka lang sa kalye di ka na safe sa mga holdaper…Pero ganyan lang talaga sa umpisa dito sa Canada kung gusto mong irecognize ka nila sa iyong degree kelaangan mong i-upgrade pagdating dito…kasi sinasabi nila iba yung education system nila dito.Pero i love Pinas pa rin.Thanks

    • curious

      Pano po magapply s nominee program?

      • ang alam ko meron ding online kung ..kung skilled worker ka mas maganda….pasukin mo lang yung saskimmigration.ca

        • curious

          Ang skilled worker and provincial nominee b one and the same?

          • Magkaiba po….skilled worker it means may atleast 1yr experience ka related sa education mo….pero yung hubby ko kasi 13yrs na sya nagwowork sa kitchen as a cook pero di naman yan ang degree nya pero under skilled worker pa rin sya….Yung provincial nominee program yan yung program na pede mong applyan papunta dito .

  • baby_lee

    same drama with you.. .i’m here in toronto too and currently on process ung application ko ng RN sa CNO until now still waiting for the next letter.. .kinda stress na nga xe wal apang work 1 year na ako this coming feb. .lahat na ata yata na applyan ko na mapa tim hortons,walmart,dollarama wala pa rin.. .sigh sigh! pero ok lang patuloy pa rin ang pangarap buti nalang mabait ang hubby ko 🙂

    • prexyvsRNRPN

      nko sinabi mo pa!!! lahat na ata ng tims dito sa paligid eh inapplyan ko na pero wala pa rin.. gusto ko kasi sana mag part time eh.. kasi nga nakukulangan ako sa sahod ko although nagiisa naman ako at hindi kalakihan ang pinapadala ko sa pinas.. yeah, right after na makapasa ako ng rpn ko, nag papaassess naman ako ngaun for rn… wish nga hindi ko na kelangan mag aral pero alam ko naman na irerequire nila ko.. kaya kahit pano gusto ko sana magprepare ng pang gastos plus yung OSAP.. oh well..good luck na lang sa atin!!! 😀

  • ail

    share ko lng story ko….dumating ako ng canada june 2005 then after 6 months i was able to work as RN sa nursing home. Nagtrabaho din ako sa vancouver coastal for 2 1/2 years, naging canadian citizen ngayon nandito ako sa US as nurse din, I thank God for everything but there’s no place like home. Now, naghahanda kmi ng asawa ko para makauwi na ng pilipinas and settle there, wala pa kaming anak kaya sinisikap na maka settle sa atin bago kami maganak at sa Pinas palakihin ang bata. Pareho kaming citizen, sya US at ako canadian pero saan man kmi makarating wala kaming ibang babalikan kundi sariling bayan.

  • aris

    there is no short cut to success, you must have the guts to reach the glory!

    share ko lang……….I was lucky to be granted the immigrant visa Sept 2009. Before we came here, alam ko na mahirap magsimula mula sa baba, from ladder step zero, I am now on the ladder 5 and i am proud of myself. Galing din kami ibang bansa for almost 15 years pero noong nagsimula ang crisis minabuti naming magmove dito sa Canada, Alberta province to be exact. Maraming preparations ang ginawa namin bago duamting dito, wala kaming kamag anak na mahihingan ng tulong kundi kaming 3 lang. Pero sa awa ng dios, using the right resources that the govt of Canada is offering to newly comers. Hindi kami natakot or nawalan ng pag asa. Kahit nagsimula ako mag work as a nursing assistant nagsurvive naman kami sa kinikita ko, sobra sobra pa nga dahil 2 part times iyon. Sabi ko nga kelangan magsimula sa baba kaya kinailangan kong yakapin ang mga ganitong bagay para makarating sa mas mataas na level. Ang asawa ko ay driver delivery, kahit sya kinailangan din isakripisyo ang profesyon nya para lang makasurvive dito sa Canada. Nag pa assess ako sa 3 provinces, ontario, Saskachewan, Alberta………..ang pinili ko Alberta dahil dito marami pa ring trabaho ang mga nurses. Sa wakas natapos din ako sa assessment at ngayon eligible na ako magwork as an RN samantalang asawa ko naman mag upgrade din sa kurso nya. Life here in Canada is not easy but when you compare it to other countries, mas maganda pa rin ang buhay dito. I gained so many friends kahit ni isang relative wala kami. Ang masasabi ko lang, It is how you wanted your life is. Wag matakot, maging matapang lang kayo at patatagin ang loob, at higit sa lahat manalangin lagi na sana ay gabayan kayo ni Lord sa lahat na adhikain na gusto nyong makamit. Goodluck to everyone who wants to reach the Canadian dream!

  • 76nonoy

    I am not a nurse but my wife is. We moved here in Canada 4 yrs ago. I should say we are blessed. I’m an engr back home, I upgraded here and took the exam. My wife did the same thing. We both passed our exams and got our licenses. It is a bit challenging but if you are persevered and determined then you will succeed. Both of us got a good job and high paying too. Use your wits. Filipinos survive wherever they go.

  • Valefor

    middle east countries only needs you during your prime time. When you get old you’ll be forced to go back home in Phil. Unlike in Canada the government will take care of you even you get old and get benefits you can even bring your family. think your future not on what you have now

  • Maddy

    Share ko lang din po…
    Last 2007 ng punta po kmi ng buong family ko sa California after my husband and I graduated from nursing.We tried our luck na may opportunity kmi mkukuha sa U.S. I took my NcLex test and luckily I passed.Nkahanap din ako ng employer sa Tri City hospital as a staff nurse,after that naghanap n kmi ng lawyer pra asikasuhin ung petition nmin.pero sadly we need to go back to the philkippines dahil hindi maaayos ung papers nmin kng mag over stay kmi sa U.S.To make the story short umuwi kmi dto sa pinas at kaylangang maghintay kmi maging current priority date namin.dahil sa recession we need to wait for 6 years bago kmi maayos,so we’ve decided na mag apply sa Canada last 2010,so far na medical na kmi and we are just waiting sa visa..Alam namin na madami kming hirap na pagdadaanan pero dahil ang iba sa atin ang iniisip ay kapakanan ng pamilya,lahat gagawin at titiisin.I’s just praying na gabayaan kmi ni Lord sa tatahakin naming bagong landas…Good luck to Everyone!!

  • izyng

    Hello, tanong ko lng po, ano ang “SUBSTANTIALLLY EQUIVALENT COMPETENCY (SEC) ASSESSMENT?
    lahat ba ng international nurses aiming to register as RN in Canada undergo this program?
    Iba pa po kac ito s CRNE eh, thank you,

    • RN317

      Lahat na ng applicant dumadaan na sa SEC assessment. May oral at saka written exam.All about Nursing lahat. After ng assessment dun mo malalaman kung ilang units ang i tetake mo uli sa skul.After ng skul magpapracticum ka din sa Hospital.Lahat may bayad to. After mo matapos yun lahat, saka ka lang mabibigyan ng eligibility to take the CRNE.

  • JC

    Happy Holidays to all my brothers and sisters here. I would like to seek advise from whoever is willing to share. First of all I am not a RN here in our country, Philippines, but I am a non practicing licensed Medical Technologist. I am now 44 years old and worked full time as a hotelier and became part of the hotel management team. I graduated in 1987 and passed the board exam in 1988. Worked three years in a government hospital in Manila before joining the hotel industry. I was blessed to have work with different five star hotels in Manila. Last 2005, I applied for independent immigrant to Canada under the skilled worker category, but until now, my papers are still in process as reflected in the Citizenship Immigration Canada website (CIC). From 39 months processing time to 40+ months to 50+, 60+ now 77 months processing time. Anyway, I already waited 70 months and I need to wait for another 7 months provided that they will no longer extend the processing time.
    Since I am not practicing as a Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT) at present, I still wish to parctice my profession as MLT when I migrate to Canada, God willing. I found out about the process which I need to undergo by reading the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) website. The process is really long and not to mention the so many fees that I need to pay. I am also planning to enrol in post graduate training which will be hospital based for three months in order to fill up the refresher gap in preparation for the assessment of my papers in order to be granted eligible for writing the MLT exam.
    My question is, is it still worth pursuing my MLT profession and certification exam in Canada or is it better to work in a hotel since I have more than 15 years of work experience in the hotel industry, from Front Desk operations to Sales and Marketing to Fitness Club management. I have quite a lot to say when it comes to hotel management experience. May I know if it is still worthwhile to pursue my MLT profession or my hotel management career in Canada. Of course I am not expecting to hold a high position when I start my work in Canada. Any advise will be highly appreciated. God Bless all of us and Merry Christmas.

    • ronie

      It will be easy for you to find your first job once you arrive in Canada in the Hotel industry. But you not limited to whatever work you wishes to do. While working in a hotel, you can pursue and take the necessary courses needed to be qualified to be a member of association of medical technologist here, as part time student while working, or thru evening school, nothing limits you when it comes to opportunity here. It all takes patience and perseverance.
      Here in Canada…you can be..whatever you wanted to be…its all up to you to challenge it.

      • JC

        Thank you Ronie for the advise. I appreciate it very much. At least I am now more ready to take the challenge ahead. God Bless.

        • ronie

          you are welcome JC…good luck.

    • Bloom

      hi sir JC! Pareho tayong medtech. Gusto ko din magwork sa Canada as MLT pero tama ung mga research mo na mahaba yung proseso ng pag-aaply bilang maging MLT ka dun. I did the same thing, research ng research kung panu at anu ung mabilis na way para makapunta dun at magwork bilang Medtech. Currently, iniisip ko mag apply ng Student visa since ito ung advice sakin ng agency. Pero syempre daming gagastusin at malaki ung hinihingi nila. one more thing, walang assurance na magtutuloy tuloy ung stay mo dun. pero sabi nga nila, habang nag aaral ka dapat may trabaho ka din para may sustento ka. alam ko di ganun kadali un. Pero kasi few years from now madaming magreretire na mga medtech sa canada kaya habang may panahon pa, dapat makagawa ng way kung pano pumunta dun ng maayos at makahanap ng trabaho. Ang problema lang talaga eh papaano? Goodluck po sa inyo. Sana makapunta na kayo dun at i-share nyo sa amin kung anung dapat namin gawin.

      Bloom

      • JC

        Hi Bloom, Merry Christmas to you. Iba na ang policy ng Citizenship Immigration Canada para sa immigrants for Canada ngayon. Mayroon na silang tinatawag na NOC, meaning only identified professions and skills will be allowed to apply. Sa ating mga MLT, wala sa NOC listing ang profession natin. Even if nasa NOC ang isang profession, kapag naabot na yung tinatawag nilang CAP ay hinihinto narin nila ang pagtanggap. Iba na ang policy ngayon compared sa policy naming mga 2005 applicants. Mas madali noon kasi wala pang NOC pero ang tagal lang ng processing time sa papers and subject to extension pa kapag madami pa silang backlog. Kapag student visa kukunin mo, tama ka, you need a lot of money and at the same time you need to work as well as to study in order to survive, not unless may sufficient funds ka to sustain your schooling all through out. I am not in the position to advise kung ano dapat ang application papers mo, siguro pwede lang ako mag advise kapag nandun na ako sa Canada, God willing. Anyway, I wish you all the best and God Bless.

    • jessie

      hi gud day po sa lahat.. sobrang nkakainspired po ung mga comments na nababasa ko, mas lalo tuloy ako nabuhayan na ituloy ung pangarap ko nung bata ako na makapagtrabaho sa Canada.. although hindi pla tlga madali ang magtrabaho dun lalo na sa simula. hindi ako natatakot, kundi mas nacha-challenge ako na ituloy na makapunta at makapagtrabaho sa Canada. Hindi po ako nursing graduates or medtech…i’m a graduating 4th year Bachelor of Science in Information Technology student dto sa pinas, kahit po maloyo po ung field ko sa inyo e, magtatanong narin po ako.. gusto ko po sana magtanong at humingi ng mga suggestion sa inyo regarding sa field na meron ako ngaun kung may mga jobs opportunities para po sa mga BSIT? maraming salamat po sa mga magbibigay ng kanilang mga comments and suggestion.

  • ronie

    Those who are interested in migrating to Manitoba Canada….heres a link the check out and read.
    www2.immigratemanitoba.com/browse

  • ronie
  • john

    bakit naman kasi papahirapan pa sarili, go nlng dito sa middle east, may nursing home na nga nag oofer 4k USD, company nurse 2k-2,5K. ganun din sa government hospitals. TAX FREE.

  • Bloom

    Sir Ronie, baka may idea po kayo kung paano makapag -aaply ang mga Medtech sa Canada. Thanks po. Merry Christmas and Godbless!

    Bloom

    • ronie

      Bloom, Merry Cristmas din sa iyo and everyone in your family.
      I can only speak on behalf of Pinoys coming to Canada, but only for those who resides here in Manitoba. Ibang province, ibang paraan bago ka maka-pag work here in your own profession. First of all, dito eh hanggang grade 12 ang high school, meanwhile, dyan sa pinas eh bale hanggang fourth year high school lang tayo, which is equivalent lang ng grade 10 yun dito. So, that means, mas mahaba ang year of study nila dito bago mag university kaysa sa Pinas. Kaya over all, they think that our academic years isnt enough sa mga course na natapos natin dyan.
      They will ussually asses your credentials, and they will tell you how much more and what subjects have to be taken bago ka nila i consider na Med tech dito, consider that you meet the requirements. You then have to be a member of the Association of Registered Technologist (they call them Lab Tech.)
      Im not aware of any labs here hiring any Lab. Techs from abroad, i always think its from within, and ussually a registered member of either any province within Canada.

      Now, the easiest way to come will thru Provincial nominee, thats if you know a relative or even a friend here in manitoba. You then can submit an application, providing that someone is going to provide you with a support for trying to come and immigrating here. You need an affidavit of support from that sponsor before they accept your application, which is free of charge, and you can actually download a form from the website i mentioned in my previous post.
      Take some time to read some articles on how to immigrate here in Canada, you will be surprised that its not that complicated, but you need someone to support your application, someone who has been living here for at least a year or two, as sponsor.
      And then, if you made it here, be ready to spend your first year or two working on different field first, and if you are lucky enough to pursue your interest of working as a Med Tech (Lab. Tech here) then…..maybe maybe then, you will see the difference between living the life here, compared to living back there, esp. when it comes to raising a family, and living the Canadian dream.

      Good luck in the coming year.

  • RN317

    Pare parehas tayo ng nararanasan dito sa Canada. Isa din ako sa di pinalad na makapagtrabaho bilang isang Nurse dito sa Canada. Ang daming requirements na papagawa nila sau. Daig pa nila ang US sa higpit para makakuha ng eligibility to take the exam. Share ko lang ang kwento ko. Nag register ako sa SRNA last April 2008, nagkataon na Nurse din ang asawa ko. Nauna syang nakapunta dito sa Canada at nabigyan ng eligibility to take the exam at pinalad na nakapasa bilang RN dito sa Canada. Nadelay ako ng 6 months sa application ko dahil may sakit ang Nanay ko noon. Nakapunta ako ng Canada 2009, nacomply ko lahat ng requirements ng SRNA pero di ako binigyan ng eligibility to take the exam. Tinawagan ko yung taong nag assess ng papers ko at sinabi nya na di daw nila ma determined yung Nursing Education ko, need ko dumaan ng oral at written assessment at after ng assessment mag aaral pa tapos practicum sa Hospital. Explained ko sa assesor na same school kami ng asawa ko at same years din kami ng working experienced pero sa malas talaga di ako binigyan ng eligibity. Ang Rason ng assessor wag ko daw i-compare ang sarili ko sa iba. Ina-assessed daw nila ang applicant individually.Til now naghihintay pa rin ako ng eligibility.

  • PAU143

    hi kakarating ko lang dito quebec canada last october 2011 as an immigrant,, kakaexam ko noong july NLE 2011 and luckily i passed, i worked agad as a part time sitter sa hospital its a good pay for me $14/hr, nagpaevaluate ako dito and cost me $701 and to mention french ang medium na salita dito. so i enrolled sa MICC ng french class and maganda kasi may allowance ka pa per week na galing sa kanila. i think wala naman problema dito, nasa tao lang yan, napakadami ng trabaho.

    • espie

      hi paul! I am also an RN planning to apply for Quebec. I have done a lot of research about the province at nalaman ko madali talaga makapunta dyan. Is it possible to apply as an immigrant without going through an agent? Nasa website lang naman kasi lahat ng requirements. If not, can you recommend a good agency who will process my papers? Thanks.

  • Dee

    Share ko lang po story ng kuya ko na nasa Kincardine. 2007 po nung tumungo sila ng Cnasada kasama nya ang family nya. Mechanical Engineer sa PI ang kuya ko, kagaya po ng iba downgraded din profession nya pagdating dun. Nag umpisa syang Supervisor ng building na tinitirhan nila, malaking building po yun, maraming apartments at mga tenants na iba- ibang lahi. Tyaga rin po sya sa trabahong yun habang nagpapa asssess sya ng credentials nya. After two years nakapasok na po sya sa malaking Nuclear Power Plant sa Kincardine at maayos na rin ang buhay nila. Ako po naman ay nasa Los Angeles, CA. RN po ako dito since 2002. Tama po kayong lahat pag matyaga may patutunguhan ang buhay at kung para sa pamilya ay gagawin ang lahat. Malungkot lang po at kailangan pa nating mangibang bayan para lang umayos ang buhay dahil di rin po natin makakamtan to kung nasa sariling bansa natin. Sa awa ng Diyos, pasasaan ba yan makakamit din ng mga ibig lumabas ng bansa ang ginhawa sa buhay. Tyaga lang at napakaraming dasal. Good Luck and welcome to living the Canadian and American dream!

    • Dee

      typo, sorry Canada*

  • dimples

    Don’t worry we have the same fate,I arrived here in US last October 2011, it’s not easy to start the life you want it to be,everything starts to zero but eventually we will reap the success we’re aiming for as long as we persevere, just think that you’re not alone who experiencing this stage,there are plenty. cheer up and always think positively, Goodluck to all of us.

    • Ronie

      Thats the attitude….think positive and have patience. I know some says why bother in Canada or States, if you can earn Dollars in Middle east. Well, first things first…you will never be a Arabian Citizen i think if you just keep on working there under a working visa.
      No 2. If you have Kids and family…can they immigrate and join you in the place there in Middle east? What will be their future in there?
      No. 3…Are they covered by your Medical Insurance if they get sick?
      These are just the few questions we have to know and find out.
      Meanwhile, if you immigrate to Canada…and you have 2 or 3 kids, i would bet they will be getting child allowance right away, the moment you arrive, the eligibility starts. We have better and free Education system, we have universal medical coverage, much better than most countries, meaning Doctor consultations and Hospitalisations comes free. Its also safer to walk the streets, even on night time, our family has been here since 1981 and no one ever gets mugged or hold-upped since…..never. Not like in Manila, or some other places in our country, where you must be aware and always on the lookout for holdupers,snatchers,carnappers,robbers, and all. Why do you think we decided to be citizen here if not for those reasons? And the truth is, thousands are coming here now and deciding to be canadian citizens too? Research this….Filipinos here in Winnipeg Manitoba almost Doubled its numbers in the last 10 years alone, since they start accepting immigrants thru the manitoba provincial nominee program.
      Good luck to you all….have a nice day.

    • Dee

      I see, you just got here dimples. Good for you! And thanks for the words of encouragement but really i was referring mostly to the kind of government we have back home, the very reason that most of us are away from our family to work in a foreign land to provide for loved-ones back home. Because the government cannot give us that. Good Luck! God bless us all 🙂

  • bloom

    sir ronnie, thanks po sa encouragement. thanks din sa info na binigay nyo skin. i have relatives there but i dont know if they are willing to help me that’s why im gathering some facts, infos on how i cud be able to get there myself. its hard sobra, wala pa ako sa katiting ng 1st step and im starting to lose hope actually. but because of ur encouraging words, why lose hope? This is something that i want so i should find a way. Thank you so much and God bless po at sa family mo.

    Bloom

    • ronie

      you are welcome bloom. Just keep trying, and never give up on a dream.

  • myrna blanca

    kahit saang lugar kung di ka pa sanay sa kanilang kultura ay mahihirapan ka. d2 nga sa ‘pinas ibang lugar ibang kaugalian na, sa ibang bansa pa kaya? ang mainam lang sa ating mga pinoy kahit saan tayo mapadpad madali tayong makaangkop sa lugar na ating mapuntahan. ‘yan ang ugaling wla sa ibang lahi, kaya nmn saan mang lupalop ng mundo may pinoy. mabuhay ang mga pinoy na nakikipagsapalaran sa ibat ibang bansa, ang pagpapala at biyaya ng Diyos ay sumaating lahat!!!

  • Noel

    right now po Im planning to go to Canada. Im a nurse po. I have a plan to be an immigrant there. Still I have no relatives there and I don’t know what to do. I have my fears on where to go, what would I do in there but thanks to the comments, some are bad yet I am focusing on good. Hope to reach the Canadian dream. Ask ko lang what province would be the best for me?

  • renz

    Thanks for all the info and encouraging stories!! that’s true wherever part of this world you go,you need a brave heart!!perseverance,patience and humbleness to accept the real situation you’re in..All of us have dreams,and let that served as our wings to soar high til we become what our aims in life..Not let our pride let us down,ask for help from others coz God always there to provide..Happy 2012 to all and proud to be a Filipino Nurse!! iba tayo sa lahat,me TLC!!!Auguri a tutti!!

  • jimmusan

    hi nurse ako saudi arabia before.. hospital experience ko ay 5 years.. im planning to go there in canada.. sa tingin nyo may chance ako makapunta their??? how many months ba ang processing for immigrant???

  • jessie

    hi gud day po sa lahat.. sobrang nkakainspired po ung mga comments na nababasa ko, mas lalo tuloy ako nabuhayan na ituloy ung pangarap ko nung bata ako na makapagtrabaho sa Canada.. although hindi pla tlga madali ang magtrabaho dun lalo na sa simula. hindi ako natatakot, kundi mas nacha-challenge ako na ituloy na makapunta at makapagtrabaho sa Canada. Hindi po ako nursing graduates or medtech…i’m a graduating 4th year Bachelor of Science in Information Technology student dto sa pinas, kahit po maloyo po ung field ko sa inyo e, magtatanong narin po ako.. gusto ko po sana magtanong at humingi ng mga suggestion sa inyo regarding sa field na meron ako ngaun kung may mga jobs opportunities para po sa mga BSIT? maraming salamat po sa mga magbibigay ng kanilang mga comments and suggestion.

  • fingerlickinpenny

    keep this in mind.. ” the grass is not that always greener on the other side.” hindi ako nabigyan ng pagkakataon na makatapos ng apat na taon na kurso sa bayan natin pero nandito ako, mahigit isang taon na. kapalaran ko lang siguro. wala bang mapagsidlan ang kaligayahan ko sa pagkakaroon ko ng pagkakataon na mapadpad dito? okay lang, at least proud pamilya ko sa Pilipinas para sa akin. Pagod sa trabaho, pinaga-abot ang sweldo, hindi natatawa sa -40 na klima at sa awa ni Lord, next year maaprubahan yung aplikasyon ko para maging permanente na residente. Kakayanin hanggang makakaya para sa future ng magiging pamilya. Ang masasabi ko lang sa mga may pangarap na mamuhay sa bansa na ‘to, hindi ko sya maituturing na lupain ng gatas at pulut-pukyutan [land of milk and honey], bagkos ihanda muna ang sarili sa pakikipag tuos sa mga baka at bubuyog. bow. 🙂

  • Sherwin

    Ang daming matututunan sa blog at sa mga replies.How about other profession like teaching? Can someone advise po?Yung partner ko is a teacher and planning to work there. Haisst sana masabi naman natin balang araw sa ating sariling bayan ang the great Filipino Dream

  • jp

    TSssss please wag kayu mawalan ng pagasa medyu negative ang nabasa natin kung Nurse ka at ganyan ang pinagdadaanan mo pero naman diba..madame ako kilala asa canada ngayun ok naman ang buhay nila at hindi lang Toronto ang pwede pagapplyan malaki ang Canada at swertehan lang talaga, ang nakakalungkot eh yung mga pumunta ng Canada na hindi qualified pero nakakapagtrabaho padin na dapat eh mapasaiba na qualified talaga para sa job na yun at yan din ang isa sa dahilan kung bakit sila naghihigpit.

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