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Becoming a Victim to Immigration Advanced Fee Fraud!
Every day foreign nationals across the nation are making the decision to start their immigration journey and we can’t stress enough how important is it to do it right the first time. Immigration processing can be long and complex, but it is worth it to thousands of individuals each year who are making Canada their […]
Canada Announces New Immigration Minister: What’s Next for Immigration?
On October 26th, 2021 Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the newly appointed immigration minister as Sean Fraser. He will be replacing Marco Medicino who will now become Canada’s public safety minister. The IRCC will continue to focus on leading the country into safety post-pandemic and carry out their plan to invite thousands of foreign […]
What Canada’s 2021 Federal Election Means for Immigration
On September 20th, there is a federal election that will change Canadian immigration for the next four years. Whoever is elected will be in charge of managing and shaping the Canadian immigration system which makes each election very important. Immigration is a joint federal-provincial authority, according to the Constitution, with the federal government having the […]
US Extends Border Restrictions for Canadians Another 30 Days
October 29 Update: The US Department of Homeland Security stated that a negative COVID-19 test will not be required for entry through the country’s land border and ferry ports, which will open on November 8. October 12, 2021 Update: US officials announced that fully vaccinated Canadians will be permitted to enter the United States through […]
Canada Will Begin to Ease Travel Restrictions
July 15 Update: Canada’s Prime Minister stated that if the country’s current positive path of vaccination rate and public health conditions continue, Canada would be in a position to welcome fully vaccinated travellers from all countries by early September. June 22 Update: Beginning July 5, Canada will be lifting most international travel restrictions for fully […]
Latest COVID-19 Travel Restrictions in Canada
September Update: Canada reopened their border to all fully-vaccinated travelers. Those coming to Canada must be fully-vaccinated, asymptomatic, and meet other travel requirements such as a negative pre-entry COVID test. Learn more about this new travel update for those coming from abroad. August Update: Canada opened their border to fully-vaccinated US tourists. Not only will travelers need […]
What to Expect for Canadian Immigration in 2021
Much like the rest of the world, in 2020 Canada experienced the Coronavirus pandemic. In 2021, we expect this to continue affecting Canadian immigration. Luckily, Canada began the largest vaccination campaign in its history this past December and aims to vaccinate those who want COVID-19 immunization by September 2021. If this follows through, Canada’s immigration […]
Canadian Immigration 2020: Year in Review
Many major immigration changes have taken place in Canada in the year 2020, especially due to the outbreak of the COVID -19 pandemic. Nonetheless, most visas are still being applied for and Canadian immigration continues to grow. Below, we explain the most important events in Canadian immigration that have happened in the last year. Canadian […]
How to Cross the US/Canada Border During COVID-19 Closure
October 29 Update: The US Department of Homeland Security stated that a negative COVID-19 test will not be required for entry through the country’s land border and ferry ports, which will open on November 8. Proof of vaccination will still be required, however. October 12, 2021 Update: US officials announced that fully vaccinated Canadians will […]
New Self-Isolation Plan for Those Returning to Canada
Feb 2021 Update: As of Feb 3rd, new travel restrictions were put in place. Along with the negative COVID-19 test that is required before boarding your flight to Canada and 14-day quarantining there are a few new travel restrictions to stop the virus spread including a mandatory hotel stay, another COVID test, and more. Learn […]
Should I Sign My Child’s Passport?
Melissa Biggs from Kingston, Ontario is warning parents travelling with young children not to sign their child’s passport because it will result in the passport being invalid. Biggs signed her infant son’s passport at a U.S. airport in March last year, as she was told to do by the TSA agent in order to board […]
What to Expect for Canadian Immigration in 2020
Canada’s population has just recently passed the 37.5 million mark. This falls short of other large countries such as Russia with 144 million, the US with 326 million, China with 1.4 billion, India with 1.3 billion, and Brazil with 210 million. Consequently, Canada is eager to bring in new immigrants as much as possible. That being said, […]
Canada’s Minister of Immigration Profile: Marco Mendicino
Marco Mendicino was named Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Mendicino was appointed to Trudeau’s new cabinet on November 20, 2019. Previously, this position was held by MP Ahmed Hussen who has now been named the Minister of families, children and social development. This new role means that Mendicino […]
Canadian Immigration 2019: Year in Review
Over the past year, Canada has produced many significant changes in immigration- some positive and some causing more of a disadvantage to those who wish to immigrate to Canada. Overall, it is safe to say that Canadian immigration has been increasing throughout the year of 2019. Below is a summary of the most influential changes […]
How Is The Quebec Experience Program Changing: Impact of PEQ Changes
The Quebec Experience Program was suspended by CAQ in 2019. In 2018, 10,711 people were accepted into the program with 5,146 of the accepted applicants being post-secondary graduates. The CAQ has stated that the suspension was due to the province being a victim of its own success. In other words, the popularity of the program […]