If you want to immigrate to a country, but you are not sure about the immigration requirements and application procedures, please write to the immigration officer of that country, asking about your situation and stating your qualifications and experience. Dear Mr. or Ms., I would like to know about the immigration procedures in Canada.
I am a senior mechanical engineer of ABC technology company in Shanghai. I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from Tongji University in Shanghai. I am married and my wife will have the first child this fall and consider immigrating to Canada for some time.
I want to know whether my qualifications and working experience qualify me to apply. I have attached my resume, as well as the bank statement of my current economic situation and my English level. I would also like to know if my wife and I can make an application, or if we need to apply separately.
I would appreciate it if you could send me information about permanent residency in Canada. I look forward to receiving your message at your earliest convenience. Really, Gao Jian.
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I find it both interesting and rewarding. My most interesting part is looking for pen pals for English learners all over the world. My name is Wang Ying, a 17-year-old girl.
I spent my last year in school. My hobbies are stamp collecting, playing table tennis, sightseeing and learning English. Please put my name on the list of pen pals.
I hope their hobbies and ages are the same as mine. Thank you.
A friend of yours is going to your hometown for a meeting. He will stay there for a few days. He wrote you a letter asking for advice on what to see and what to do there.
Write him a letter and give him some advice. Dear Mr. Moore, thank you for your letter in August.
I'm glad to learn that you will visit from September to September. I hope the following information can help you have a good time in my hometown. First of all, Shanghai is a big and busy city with many hotels and restaurants of international quality, as well as shopping centers and entertainment places.
I think you would like to see some interesting places, which are good representatives of this city. I know you are interested in art and history, so first of all, I suggest you visit the Shanghai Museum, one of the largest museums in China. Secondly, not far from the museum is the famous the Bund, where you can also see the wonderful scenery of Pudong: the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Jinmao Tower, the third highest building in the world, you will see people from all over the world visiting the Bund.
Other interesting places are Suzhou, a beautiful city famous for its gardens. Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, is famous for its west lake. If you want to see an ancient village with the characteristics of the Yangtze River Delta waters, I strongly recommend Zhouzhuang, which is about an hour's drive from Shanghai.
I hope these suggestions can help you, because you only have a short stay in Shanghai You may not be able to carry out more sightseeing activities at this time, but if I can offer any other help, please let me know, looking forward to meeting you in Shanghai, your sincere, gokenny.