Many people who want to immigrate to Canada use the services of immigration consultants or an immigration lawyer. Both types of immigration representation are different, but the services do overlap. Before you hire an immigration consultant, you should always ask if they are a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. This means the […]Continue Reading
Canadian Immigration News: 2019's Latest 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.
We get a lot of immigration inquires from London, UK. Even though our head office is in Toronto, Canada, Londoners seem to find us for their Canadian (and US) Immigration and Visa needs. Since Canada is part of the British Commonwealth, Canada is seen as a natural immigration destination for Londoners and Brits in general. We […]Continue Reading
How To Get Back to Canada When a person breaches the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act, they can be deported from Canada. There are several ways one can be deported from Canada, including committing crimes or overstaying visas and being caught. The Canada Border Services Agency is responsible for removing people from Canada who have […]Continue Reading
Some people are denied entry to Canada because of a criminal record. In the past, people have been denied entry to Canada for criminal offenses they never thought would catch up with them – such as an arrest for marijuana possession decades ago or a DUI conviction. Rest assured, a criminal record of any kind […]Continue Reading
In order to visit, study or conduct business in Canada, people from many different countries need to apply for a visitor’s visa (for a list of countries whose citizens who do and do not require a visitor visa click here). In Canada, a visitor visa is also called a Temporary Resident Visa or a Temporary […]Continue Reading
PR Card is an extremely important identification document that allows you to enter and leave Canada. Without it, you could experience a variety of serious problems, including being unable to travel in and out of Canada. Your PR Card is your official, government-recognized proof that you are a permanent resident living in Canada. What to […]Continue Reading
CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS (CEC) FAQ Here is a quick FAQ regarding CEC : Q. Can experience gained in Canada without proper work or study authorization be counted under the Canadian Experience Class? No. Q. Can lower-skilled workers apply to stay permanently under the Canadian Experience Class? No. However, Provincial Nominee Programs are available to lower-skilled workers. These are workers in […]Continue Reading
Canada is a country where one can avail easier regulations in case of marriage. In 2005, Canada became one of the few countries in the world to legalize same-sex marriage. It is the fourth country in the whole world to allow same-sex marriage. Since then, many same-sex couples from abroad have visited Canada to get married because […]Continue Reading
Late last year, the Canadian Government put the sponsorship of parents and grandparents on hold due to a backlog of applications. Instead, they introduced the Super Visa, which is a 10-year, multiple-entry visa for temporary visits. Options to Limit Sponsorship of Parents and Grandparents Considered The program is currently under review as Citizenship, Immigration and […]Continue Reading
Human Rights Watch, a non-government organization that monitors human rights world wide, has published a letter sent to Canadian MPs regarding Bill C-31, also known as the Protecting Canada’s Immigration System Act, because it violates the rights of refugees in Canada. We’ve blogged about this before. If you’re unfamiliar with the threat this bill poses […]Continue Reading
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