The Government of Canada has announced that the long-discussed spousal sponsorship rules are now in effect. These rules will have a big impact on marriage immigration in Canada, and sometimes not for the better. On December 15, 2016, the Liberal Government of Canada announced a number of major changes to the family sponsorship immigration process. […]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.
The number of people migrating from Malaysia to Canada has also increased significantly over the years. Recent statistics show that by the year 2013, one half of the total Canadian population will be foreign-born. To understand this recent trend, it is important to look at why people decide to move to Canada from Malaysia. […]Continue Reading
Getting into Canada while having a criminal record for DUI is a common concern many Americans have. It is very important that Canada is able to effectively secure its borders and keep people who may be dangerous out, but sometimes people who post no threat to Canada or Canadians are caught up in this red […]Continue Reading
There are a number of reasons you might want to consider migrating from Ireland to Canada. Despite the cold weather, Canada is a desirable place to live. Here are three of the most important factors: 1) Quality of life Quite simply, Canada’s cities are rated among the most livable in the world. Vancouver is rated […]Continue Reading
The Toronto Star published an article about several couples in Canada who have found a way to circumvent all of the red tape involved with the live-in caregiver program. The live-in caregiver program offers nannies who come to Canada the chance to apply for permanent residence after being a caregiver for two years. However, many new […]Continue Reading
Moving to Canada as a nanny is becoming increasingly popular, and is an excellent life choice for many people. However, Canadian immigration is a complicated legal process, especially if you want to immigrate using a work visa. Canada does offer attractive opportunities for those who plan to live and work in the country using a […]Continue Reading
Below is an interesting guest post about Work Permit Applications, written by my colleague Jeff Jiehui Li who actually used to work for me a few years back. Jeff now has is own practice where he assists clients in family, tax, litigation and immigration law. Thank you Jeff for your contribution! __________________ I have recently encountered a […]Continue Reading
There are a number of good reasons to migrate to Canada as a dentist. If you are considering moving to this great nation, here are 2 of the best: Canada Is a Great Place to Live Canada is a great country for a lot place to live. The major cities in the country (i.e. Toronto, […]Continue Reading
Many people hope to move from UAE to Canada one day, and for good reasons. Canada is one of the most prosperous and peaceful countries in the world. It also offers attractive work opportunities for both nationals and foreigners alike. However, migrating from Dubai to Canada is not simple, so you may need the help of […]Continue Reading
Canada doesn’t really have a “green card” per se, but our “Canada Green Card” is similar to a Canadian permanent resident card or permanent resident status. Like a United States green card holder, a permanent resident of Canada is someone who is foreign born and has immigrated to Canada but is not yet a Canadian citizen. The […]Continue Reading
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