Canadian-born man faces deportation: Can you be deported from Canada if you’re born here? Apparently. It is not unusual for foreign-born people living in Canada as Permanent Residents who run into trouble with the law face to face immigration troubles, and even less unusual for them to face deportation from Canada if the crimes are […]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.
When you apply for a Canadian Visitor Visa there is a chance it could be denied for no apparent reason. The reason lies beneath a section of Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations that allows officers to reject the visitor visa application without explaining why. If your Canadian tourist visa was refused without a refusal […]Continue Reading
Only 14 per cent of schools accept children of non immigration-status parents Social Planning Toronto, an organization dedicated to improving quality of life through social planning in the city, recently went undercover to see if Toronto-area Catholic schools will accept children of non-status immigrant parents. Researchers pretended to be family members of non-status children living in […]Continue Reading
Did you know that the Alberta Provincial Nominee Program allows for Family Sponsorships by “distant relatives”?
// How to come to Alberta through the Provincial Nominee Program It is well known that under the Federal immigration system, Family Class sponsorships in Canada are restricted to spouses, common law partners, parents and grandparents (and dependent children). If you are a member of the family class, you may be eligible to be sponsored […]Continue Reading
Previously, Canadian Citizenship, Immigration, and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney apologized for the decisions of Canadian Visa officers in India to reject the applications of several Indian nationals because of their prior military services. Visa Refusals For Indian Generals Leads to Apology From Canadian Government In a statement, Minister Kenney said, “Canada has the highest regard […]Continue Reading
Skilled Worker Immigrants Needed for Construction Work in Canada An estimated 300,000 new construction workers will be desperately needed in the next ten years according to the Chairman of the Board of the Canadian Construction Association, Wayne Morsky. Morsky told the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association this spring that while mentoring programs that pair older construction […]Continue Reading
First Stop for Permanent Residence Applications: The Central Intake Office (CIO) in Nova Scotia, Canada.
How a Permanent Residence Application works In an effort to increase efficiency for Canadian Permanent Residence Applications, the Central Intake Office (CIO) in Sydney was created to reduce the backlog. The objective of the CIO is to reduce the enormous backlog of over 1 million people waiting for years. Here are the nuts and bolts […]Continue Reading
Updating Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications When it comes to Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications or H&C Applications as they are often called, it is important to update them on an ongoing basis. Humanitarian and Compassionate Application cases can take over 2 years to process so there is ample opportunity to update them while they wait in the […]Continue Reading
Here is some important information for new Canadian immigrants that is very useful for those who have just arrived in Canada from another country. Adjusting to life in a new country can seem easy but it can actually be quite difficult and present obstacles. We have provided several tips and advice for you so that […]Continue Reading
What You Need to Know About “Adoption for Immigration” A small mention proposing new regulations on family relationships for immigrants was mentioned in Saturday’s Canada Gazette about ‘adoption for immigration in Canada. The Canada Gazette is a publication put out by the Government of Canada that contains information on notices for the public, hearings and […]Continue Reading
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