Category Archives: CANADA VISA NEWS

Refugees in Canada- Starbucks has Hiring Plans

Starbucks Announces Hiring 10,000 Refugees by 2018 Now that the original travel ban and the revised travel ban has come and gone, many people fear the future of refugees in America. Thankfully, companies are working to better the lives of refugees looking for a safe and better start to their new life. Starbucks, the highly […]

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Canadian Women Turned Away at US Border: Racially Motivated?

A Canadian woman with valid passport, Manpreet Kooner, was turned away at the U.S. border for uncertain reasons. Initially, when she was turned away after presenting her Canadian passport, the border agents reportedly told her that she now needs a valid immigrant visa to enter America. Typically most travelers from Canada and Bermuda do not require […]

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Breaking News: Trump Might Change Immigration System Modeled after Canada

On February 28th Donald Trump set speech to the second session of Congress. The President quoted: “Nations around the world, like Canada, Australia and many others –- have a merit-based immigration system.  It is a fundamental principle that those seeking to enter a country ought to be able to support themselves financially.  In America, we […]

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Canada Expands It’s Faster Work Visa Plan

As you may have heard, a few weeks ago Canada decided to move forward on reducing the permanent residence processing time for skilled workers to obtain a work visa in two weeks. The Canadian government’s decision was precisely just for the country’s tech industry since there has been a shortage of global talent in the […]

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Immigration Lawyers and Skilled Workers are Helping Canada

Immigration is one of the major keys to Canada’s prosperity.  Canada has made significant changes to streamline the steady flow of immigrants with work visas into the country. Some people ask why they would promote such activity but Canada knew that it would only benefit the country by allowing a larger flow of immigrants. Right […]

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New Canadian Immigration Sponsorship Process for Parents and Grandparents

Expected Improvement with a New Application Process for Parents and Grandparents The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada declared that the Parent and Grandparent Sponsorship Program is due for some application adjustments as of January 2017. Canadian citizens who plan to sponsor one or both of their parents, or grandparents, for Canadian permanent residence status, […]

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Important Changes to the Express Entry Program 2016

The government of Canada has introduced a major change in its express entry category. As you know, express entry is a key category for the applicant who would like to immigrate to Canada. Its requirements are based on your skill, experience, and education, and it has attracted many applicants around the world. Many have been […]

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Need Immigration Help? Make sure you do your homework first.

By Whitney Luna With the news of Donald  Trump winning the US election, our office has received an influx of calls from Americans considering their options for  immigration to Canada.  The day after the election, our intake staff booked many consultations with American citizens within the first hour of business.  Many were claiming that they didn’t […]

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“If Trump Wins I’m Moving to Canada” — Here’s How to Do it

*** UPDATE: This post was originally written on March 11, 2016. As of November 8, 2016, Donald Trump is now the President-elect of the United States of America. If this is reason enough for you to consider immigrating to Canada, please scroll down to “What Types of Visas Are Available?” for more information. *** Donald […]

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What All New Canadians Need to Know About Their First Tax year

One of the many privileges of living in Canada includes your first year of paying taxes to the government. Mercifully, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) treats new Canadians differently. In order to get newcomers accustomed to how the Canadian tax system works, the first-year process focuses on establishing your presence within the system. Residential Ties […]

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