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
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.
If you’re an international student in Canada you may wonder if you can work or not. Many students in Canada on a student visa can work and chose to do so to provide for themselves while in Canada. You may be eligible to work in Canada while studying if your study permit includes a condition that […]Continue Reading
On October 21, 2019 Canada will hold an election to vote on the new Canadian federal government. As the campaigning begins, it is important to take a look at immigration, which could play a role in this election. While politicians are outlining their stances on immigration there are pleas from Canada’s business community to refrain […]Continue Reading
Every year, Toronto holds a film festival that is well known around the world. TIFF, Toronto International Film Festival, attracts foreigners from all around the world to watch the new movie premiers. Unfortunately, for many visas hold them back from being able to attend the TIFF. This year in 2019, a man who was in […]Continue Reading
MPNP under the Expression of Interest System Draw #72 – September 12, 2019 SKILLED WORKERS IN MANITOBA Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 254 Ranking score of lowest-ranked candidate invited: 545 INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION STREAM Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 40 SKILLED WORKERS OVERSEAS Number of Letters of Advice to Apply issued: 53 who were invited directly […]Continue Reading
BCPNP September 10, 2019 Draw The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program offered 238 ITAs to individuals to apply for provincial nomination under the BCPNP. The 238 invitations were issued across 5 streams in the BCPNP. Name of Stream: Minimum Score Skilled Worker: 90 International Graduate: 90 Entry Level & Semi-Skilled: 90 EEBC Skilled Worker: 90 International Graduate: 90 Total […]Continue Reading
Illegal immigration is any form of immigration where proper government channels are not followed. There are many reasons why a person might chose to cross the Canadian border illegally. These include seeking asylum or fearing that the legal channels of immigration would deny a person’s visa. However, crossing the border illegally can have serious consequences […]Continue Reading
SINP September 5, 2019 Draw Entrepreneur EOI Selection Results on September 5, 2019 Number of Invitations Issued 45 Average EOI Score 125 Highest EOI Score 150 Lowest EOI Score 120 Total Invites for September 5, 2019 Draw: 45 Previous Saskatchewan Provincial Nominee Program Draws 2019 Successful applicants will receive a Saskatchewan Provincial Nomination Certificate, […]Continue Reading
The Canadian Labour Congress is working with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to implement a temporary initiative that will help 500 out-of-status construction workers and their families find a pathway to permanent residence. This is in hopes that it will end the insecure nature of their employment and immigration status in Canada. Out-of-status workers […]Continue Reading
The Economist Intelligence Unit came out with the most livable cities for 2019. Canada had 3 cities in the top 10 list! Canada was the only country in North America with a top livable city, beating out any city in the United States. The majority of “best place to live” ratings are based on factors such as political […]Continue Reading
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