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Express Entry Profiles and Ranking: Giving Yourself the Best Chance of Success

Some early Express Entry candidates have already created their profiles for Express Entry – and with the first two draws already out the bag, those lucky enough to be picked are already starting to reap the rewards by applying for Canadian permanent residence. As long as you’re eligible for one of the Canadian federal economic […]

Continue Reading By: Michael Niren

Thousands to Receive Permanent Resident Visas following Nomination by a Province

As recently reported by CIC, the Express Entry system has brought with it many changes, especially for Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs. A proportion of PNPs are closely aligned with the federal Express Entry system, paving the way for thousands of immigrant hopefuls to become Canadian permanent residents. Provinces including British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan, and Prince Edward Island have so far revealed their […]

Continue Reading By: Michael Niren

H-4 Rule Affecting Employment

In July 2014, we wrote about the proposal of the Department of Homeland Security to grant work authorization to certain H-4 dependents. On February 24, 2015, USCIS Director León Rodrigues announced that as of May 26, 2015, this work authorization will be granted to those eligible that apply. In order to qualify, the principal H-1B worker […]

Continue Reading By: Fadi Minawi

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