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The Need for Workers Heightens in Hurricane Harvey Recovery

As many have heard by now, areas in Texas are going through a crisis after Hurricane Harvey hit. Not only were there high winds but an immense amount of flooding which led to completely ruined houses. This flooding took place mainly in Houston. Expenses for fixing these houses and all the damage that took place […]

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Canadian Investor Visas: Q & A

Canada offers a few different Investor Visas as an option to immigrate to Canada. The Immigrant Investor Program (IIP) is aimed at experienced business individuals who can contribute to Canada’s “growth and long-term prosperity by investing in Canada’s economy.” *There are 12 different programs, all with different requirements. Each province has an investor program that varies […]

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How To Improve Your CRS Score In 8 Simple Steps

Candidates who are eligible to apply for Express Entry will be evaluated by a score under the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS). Although there are some things that you can not control, there are some ways to improve your CRS score so that you will be ranked higher for the Express Entry Pool. Let’s Improve Your […]

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The Facts You Need To Know About DACA

What is DACA? “On June 15, 2012, the Secretary of Homeland Security announced that certain people who came to the United States as children and meet several guidelines may request consideration of deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal. They are also eligible for work authorization. Deferred action is a use […]

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US Immigration News: September 1, 2017

Immigration News: Stories from the Border This past week Hurricane Harvey destroyed many towns and cities in Texas. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has promised the city’s nearly 600,000 illegal immigrants that they won’t be turned over to immigration authorities if they go to a shelter or ask for help during Harvey. This was an extremely important […]

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Canadian Immigration News: September 1, 2017

Weekly Immigration News and Top Rated Stories: Changes in Canadian immigration laws to heart moving immigrant success stories. Canada Immigration News One out of eight international students from the Comoros island has received permission from Canada to continue their studies at Cegep de Victoriaville. “At the Cegep de Victoriaville, one always chooses students in programs where […]

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Introducing Canada’s Gender Neutral Passports

Canada has been a leading country in gender equality rights. The country has most recently taken on the issue of sex vs. gender in an “all-new passport option.” As of August 31st, Canadian passport holders will no longer be required to identify themselves between male and female. Individuals will have the option to choose “X” […]

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Does the US Need More Immigrants?

Amidst talk of reforms that would diminish the number of immigrants allowed into the United States, many have debated their potential impacts on the economy. President of the Dallas Federal Reserve, Robert Kaplan, says that immigration should actually be increased in order to positively impact the economy. He argued in an interview with CNBC that […]

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University of Miami Gives Hope to DACA Students

Paying for school has become a challenging task for any American student. Many students have found that paying for college is something that’s hard to overcome. One can only imagine how much more grueling it is for someone who has only known of life in the U.S., worked very hard in school, and been a […]

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Canada Experiences an Increase of American Applications

Americans showing interest in Canada has been higher than ever before. Since the 2016 election, Americans immigrating to Canada have significantly increased. Some Americans are migrating for better education, better jobs, safer communities, etc. According to the employment website Monster, the number of Americans searching for jobs in Canada have increased by 58% in the past […]

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