September 20, 2019 Entrepreneur Stream – Invitations to Apply Issued Please be advised that the OINP has issued 15 Invitations to Apply under the Entrepreneur Stream. The minimum score was 127. Only those whose Expressions of Interest were scored by September 12, 2019 were eligible for consideration for this draw. Previous OINP Draws 2019 Once Ontario finds […]Continue Reading
Canadian Immigration News: 2019's Latest CIC News and Updates
The latest Canada Immigration news covering the CIC, permanent residency, Express Entry draws, provincial nominee programs, family sponsorship, temporary work visas, investor visas and citizenship. Stay up to date on Canadian Immigration Latest News here! For more information about the Canadian immigration process and requirements, please visit our main page on Canadian Immigration.
September 19, 2019 PEI PNP Draw Business Impact: Work Permit Stream 13 invitations Minimum point threshold for Business Invitations: 115 Labour Impact & Express Entry 109 invitations Total invites in this draw: 122 Total invitations to date: 2633 Prince Edward Island held their sixth draw provincial nominee draw of 2019, offering 122 invitations between its […]Continue Reading
Traveling while on a student visa in Canada can be a confusing topic and many students wonder where/ when they are able to travel. The short answer to: Can I Travel While Studying In Canada As An International Student? is yes. However, your student permit does not function as a travel document. This means that […]Continue Reading
Starting your new collegiate career in Canada as an international student is an exciting time in your life. In order to hit the ground running in your chosen program, we have complied this checklist. It covers the essential items you need to have before arriving in Canada. Valid Visa and Up to Date Passport – […]Continue Reading
Canada is known as a picturesque nation of cultural diversity, friendly people, and tolerant attitudes towards foreigners. Nearly a fifth of Canada’s students are welcomed from other nations, so here are some of the basics international students in Canada may need to know about Canadian life. What to Expect in College or University Higher education in Canada […]Continue Reading
Many international students end up loving Canada and want to stay after graduation. There is an opportunity for international students on a student visa to obtain Canadian Permanent Residency after graduation. Current students sometimes will wonder, “which province should I move to after graduation?”. Each province has different options for international students and offers different advantages […]Continue Reading
The latest round of invitation for Express Entry Draw took place on September 18, 2019, which was the 126th Express Entry Draw. The draw offered 3,600 ITA to those with a cut-off score of 462. This was the #126 Express Entry Draw and the second draw of September. The last draw offered 3,600 invites to those […]Continue Reading
If you have been accepted to attend a university or college in Canada, congratulations! Getting accepted can be the hardest part but the second hardest part is paying for that college. Many international students will take out student loans to pay for higher education but the unknown secret is that there are scholarships for International […]Continue Reading
BCPNP September 17, 2019 Draw The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program offered 481 ITAs to individuals to apply for provincial nomination under the BCPNP. The 481 invitations were issued across 5 streams in the BCPNP. Name of Stream: Minimum Score Skilled Worker: 92 International Graduate: 97 Entry Level & Semi-Skilled: 77 EEBC Skilled Worker: 97 International Graduate: 101 Total […]Continue Reading
Coming to Canada to study can be very exciting. It can also be a bit nerve wracking at first due to the indifference between your home country and Canada. Many international students are shocked at how different life in Canada can be. We have compiled a few challenges that international students face when coming to […]Continue Reading
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