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Canada Makes It Easier for Healthcare Professionals to Work

By CaseySeptember 22, 2022
Working in Canada

Canada has announced a $1.5 million investment to assist foreign-trained health care workers in obtaining credential recognition. The funding, announced on Monday by Marie-France Lalonde, Parliamentary Secretary to Immigration Minister Sean Fraser, will assist professionals educated abroad in filling key positions in Canada’s health-care system in provinces other than Quebec. What Does This New Project […]

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Express Entry Draw August 31, 2022 #230 – CRS Score

By CaseySeptember 14, 2022
Permanent ResidencyExpress Entry Draws

Canada Express Entry Draw August 31, 2022 #230 The latest Express Entry Draw took place on August 31st, 2022, which was the 230th Express Entry Draw. This draw was not specified toward a certain program. The draw offered 2,750 ITA to those with a cut-off score of 516. This is the third Express Entry draw of […]

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Canada Looks to Fix Immigration Application Backlog 2022/2023

By CaseyAugust 31, 2022
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On August 24, Canada’s Minister of Immigration spoke in Vancouver on IRCC’s ongoing efforts to minimize application backlogs, enhance client satisfaction, and solve labor shortages. As a quick fix, the IRCC has declared that it will have hired up to 1,250 more staff members by late fall in an effort to increase processing capacity, decrease […]

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International Tuition Fee Exemptions in Quebec

By CaseyAugust 31, 2022
Study Permits

Quebec provides exclusive international tuition waivers for students coming from overseas in an effort to entice them to pursue postsecondary education in the province. In general, tuition fees unique to international students must be paid by foreign students who enter Quebec on a study permit in order to enroll in a public college and get […]

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Top Tips for Getting Your J-1 Visa Approved

By CaseyAugust 30, 2022
Visitor Visa

For those who want to travel and experience a different culture, exchange programs can offer a rewarding educational and cultural experience. Before coming to the U.S. and beginning your program, you’ll probably need to apply for a J-1 (exchange visitor) visa if you’re interested in participating in a U.S. exchange program. The J-1 visa is […]

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Canada Has Over 1 Million Job Vacancies for New Workers

By CaseyAugust 24, 2022
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The May 2022 edition of Statistics Canada’s monthly payroll employment, wages, hours, and job vacancy report has been made public. The research indicates that for the first time since May 2021, fewer employees in Canada are receiving income or perks from their company. According to the report, which was created using information from the Survey […]

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Canadian Provinces Are Looking for New Immigration Agreements

By CaseySeptember 13, 2022
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The Saskatchewan government said on July 28, 2022, that it wants more control over its immigration system. The announcement was made the same day that Jeremy Harrison, the immigration minister for Saskatchewan, and the other immigration ministers for Canada, including Sean Fraser, his federal equivalent, met in New Brunswick. The ministers’ agreement to create a […]

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Top US Universities for International Students

By CaseySeptember 7, 2022
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International students seeking higher education and job prospects frequently choose the United States. It can be challenging to select from over 5,000 colleges and institutions in the United States that may be the greatest fit for you and that are prepared to address the unique difficulties and requirements of overseas students. There are some general […]

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Biden Administration Proposes New ID Card for Migrants

By CaseyAugust 29, 2022

A new national identification card program for unauthorized immigrants has been suggested by the Biden administration. The “ICE Secure Docket Card program” would provide temporary ID cards to border crossers and other undocumented immigrants so they could legally identify themselves while navigating their immigration cases or removal court processes. The “Secure Docket Cards”—named after the […]

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New Canada Permanent Residency Program for Relatives of Victims of Air Disasters

By CaseyAugust 29, 2022
Permanent Residency

Families of the Canadian victims of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 and Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752 can now apply for permanent residency through a new program established by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). According to a government press release, the new permanent residency track is available to anyone who wants to move to Canada […]

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What Canadian Businesses Can Do To Limit Work Visa Processing Time Delays

By CaseyAugust 22, 2022
Working in Canada

Delays at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada are having a severe impact on Canadian businesses, academic institutions, and government-funded organizations that access immigration (IRCC). In June 2022, a poll was done by the Canadian Employee Relocation Council (CERC), a non-profit organization with a focus on workforce mobility issues. The poll received responses from 33 organizations […]

Maple leaf from the flag of Canada Express Entry 229 August 17, 2022 Total Invitations Issued: 2250 Lowest Qualifying Score: 525

Express Entry Draw August 17, 2022 #229 – CRS Score

By CaseyAugust 31, 2022
Permanent ResidencyExpress Entry Draws

Canada Express Entry Draw August 17, 2022 #229 The latest Express Entry Draw took place on August 17th, 2022, which was the 229th Express Entry Draw. This draw was not specified toward a certain program. The draw offered 2,250 ITA to those with a cut-off score of 525. This is the second Express Entry draw of […]

Maple leaf from the flag of Canada Express Entry 228 August 3, 2022 Total Invitations Issued: 2000 Lowest Qualifying Score: 533

Express Entry Draw August 3, 2022 #228 – CRS Score

By CaseyAugust 17, 2022
Permanent ResidencyExpress Entry Draws

Canada Express Entry Draw August 3, 2022 #228 The latest Express Entry Draw took place on August 3rd, 2022, which was the 228th Express Entry Draw. This draw was not specified toward a certain program. The draw offered 2,000 ITA to those with a cut-off score of 533. This is the first Express Entry draw of […]

Maple leaf from the flag of Canada Express Entry 227 July 20, 2022 Total Invitations Issued: 1750 Lowest Qualifying Score: 542

Express Entry Draw July 20, 2022 #227 – CRS Score

By CaseyAugust 3, 2022
Permanent ResidencyExpress Entry Draws

Canada Express Entry Draw July 20, 2022 #227 The latest Express Entry Draw took place on July 20, 2022, which was the 227th Express Entry Draw. This draw was not specified toward a certain program. The draw offered 1,750 ITA to those with a cut-off score of 542. This is the first Express Entry draw of […]

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How to Show Proof of Self-Employed Work Experience for Canada Immigration

By CaseyJuly 17, 2022
Working in Canada

You must include documentation of your employment experience when submitting an Express Entry application for immigration. How can you do it if you’ve already only worked for yourself? If you want to immigrate to Canada as a skilled worker through one of the Express Entry programs but have self-employed experience or have run a business without […]

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Julia Rood

I reached out to VisaPlace kind of on a whim, knowing that I needed to apply for permanent residency in order to stay with my spouse and our two cats. They were immediately and incredibly responsive, and almost instantly made me feel that I was dealing with professionals who cared about my case.

I reached out to them August last year, and today got the confirmation that my permanent residency has been approved. The people I worked with in VisaPlace stuck with me through the whole process, answering any questions and assuaging any fears that I had about the process, my application, or what I needed to do. Even when my anxiety made me snappy (I apologized immediately!) they handled my case and me with professionalism and compassion. Immigration is a stressful, scary process. I wanted professionals who knew the ins-and-outs so that I had the best chance of being able to come to Canada.

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Sanjida Prima

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Alison Pinto

Truly a very systematic, professional and pleasant team. My student file was with Gunjan and Yasmeen. They handled my case so well, always replied to all my queries and really did the best they can to keep me calm during the process. Yasmeen is truly very professional and completed my application in a timely and very organized manner. Would definitely recommend this organization to everyone.