On June 16, 2019, the Quebec government passed an immigration bill known as Bill 9. Bill 9 allows the government to throw out a backlog of roughly 18,000 skilled immigrant worker applications as the province moves towards a new, merit-based application system. When the bill 9 passed, it upset many immigrants, you’ll find out why. […]Continue Reading
Canada Laws and Regulations News
The latest news about Canada immigration policies, including changes to laws and regulations, Canada’s immigration plan, and the different policies that are held within different embassies. We discuss refugees and the best ways to successfully seek asylum in Canada and the rules behind doing so.
There are still many countries that do not support the LGBTQ2 community which can make it difficult for those to live their life in their own country. Canada has a history of providing a safe haven for those who are vulnerable. Canada has opened its arms to the LGBTQ2 community by providing a type of […]Continue Reading
Offices that Process Canadian Immigration Applications The case processing centres (CPCs), the centralized intake office (CIO), and the Operations Support Centre (OSC) receive and process citizenship or immigration applications. You can mail your application to these offices, but they are not open to the public and do not offer assistance with applications. CPC in Edmonton […]Continue Reading
Saudi Teen Flees Alleged Familial Abuse While on holiday in Kuwait with her family, Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun fled to Thailand. She arrived in Thailand on January 5, 2019. Mohammed had originally planned on flying to Australia but decided instead to enter Thailand. Once in Bangkok, at the Suvarnabhumi Airport, Mohammed tweeted that she was seeking […]Continue Reading
With another year behind us we are proud to announce that once again, for the NINTH YEAR, we have received the Top Choice Award for the Top Immigration Law Service! We want to thank all of our amazing clients and our dedicated staff that are able to keep our mission to serve you possible! Here […]Continue Reading
2018 has been a busy year for immigration in Canada from Express Entry Draws to the Provincial Nominee Program. Not to mention, quite a few changes have been made in categories like inadmissibility and USMCA. Considering these changes, we can begin to predict what to expect for Canadian immigration in 2019. Canadian Immigration in 2019: […]Continue Reading
From now till November 26, 2018, VisaPlace will be offering 50% off all immigration consultations for our Black Friday sale! When you go to book a consultation the 50% off coupon will be automatically added to your purchase at checkout. Both US consultations and Canada consultations apply to the 50% off offer. So start your […]Continue Reading
Canadian immigration is constantly changing its rules, regulations, process, waiting times, etc. In 2018, there were many huge changes to the Canadian Immigration program that may be affecting many people wishing to come to Canada. Here are a few key immigration changes that were implemented by the IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) in the […]Continue Reading
Below, we have provided you with all of the information needed to reach the Canadian Embassy and Consulates in Pakistan. The embassy and consulates are spread throughout the country and each covers a designated section of Pakistan. Each office can provide passport assistance and emergency services, as well as notarial services to Canada’s citizens. Having the contact information of the […]Continue Reading
Below, we have provided you with all of the information needed to reach the Canadian Embassy and Consulates in Australia. The embassy and consulates are spread throughout the country and each covers a designated section of Australia. Each office can provide passport assistance and emergency services, as well as notarial services to Canada’s citizens. Having the contact information of the nearest […]Continue Reading
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