Did you know that Canada provides Canadian citizens and permanent residents with the opportunity to apply to sponsor their relatives from abroad to come to Canada? Once sponsored to Canada, these relatives – which include spouses, parents or grandparents – are permanent residents themselves. The Parent and Grandparent sponsorship program was suspended a while ago […]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.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada has announced that they will re-open the Parent and Grandparent program on January 2, 2014 and in addition at least half of the current applications that have been processed will be expected to be looked at and decided upon. Understanding the Sponsorship of Parents and Grandparents Program Citizenship and Immigration Canada […]Continue Reading
Permanent residents and Canadian citizens from all over Canada are able to sponsor their parents and grandparents to come to Canada as well, although this program was suspended in 2011 because the backlog of applications had become too high for applications to be processed in a reasonable amount of time. The government has cleared out […]Continue Reading
If you are a professional and need to gain access into Canada for business reasons you are in luck! There is an agreement called NAFTA which allows citizens of Mexico and the U.S to enter Canada for business purposes. [NAFTA is under revision. NAFTA will most likely turn into the USMCA (United States Mexico Canada […]Continue Reading
The new Start-Up Visa is being touted as a way for immigrants with skills and ideas to immigrate to Canada, with Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney recently visiting the United States to tell immigrant entrepreneurs that they should come to Canada instead. The way that many entrepreneurs and people with special skills currently […]Continue Reading
The Parent & Grandparent Visa Program allows families to reunite in Canada and is a very important component of Canada’s immigration system. However, this program was suspended last year because the applications had become so backlogged that it was taking several years just to process one application for parents and grandparents. But there’s good news! […]Continue Reading
Good news! The parent and grandparent program is being reopened on January 2nd, 2014, which means that Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be able to sponsor their parents and grandparents for permanent residency once again. Last year, the program was suspended temporarily because of a very big backlog of applications, causing parent and grandparent […]Continue Reading
A Toronto Star article published last week says that the federal government will be reducing the maximum age of immigrant dependant children in Canada from 22 to 19. Previously, students over the age of 22 who were studying full-time were given an exemption and were still eligible, but that will be taken away also. The outline […]Continue Reading
As of January 1, 2014 Citizenship and Immigration Canada has announced that it will be lowering the maximum age allowed for older children of immigrants who want to come to Canada to be with their parents and siblings, also referred to as dependent children. The change will reduce the age from 22 to under 19. […]Continue Reading
Are you a Canadian permanent resident or Canadian citizen who wants to sponsor your parents or grandparents to come to Canada to be permanent residents themselves? You may know that this program was suspended last year because the backlogs for permanent resident applications through this and similar programs were so big, and the applications were […]Continue Reading
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