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Owner/Operator LMIA Based Work Permit in Canada

By Sierra AlongiJune 4, 2020
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Immigrating to Canada through a work permit is very common and as many already know, there are many different work permits available. The real challenge is figuring out what worker visa works best for you and your unique situation. There are a few pathways an individual can choose to immigrate to Canada as a business […]

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How to Immigrate to Canada as an Software Engineer

By Ella BergquistMay 22, 2020
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Canada is consistently looking for qualified technology workers to help the Canadian economy. One of those technology occupations is software engineers. Qualified software engineers are being hired through the many new start-up companies in Canada. Due to Software Engineers being in high demand, if you have qualified experience there are several programs that could fast-track […]

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NOC Code In-Demand Jobs in Canada

By Ella BergquistMay 13, 2020
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Thankfully Canada welcomes new talent and newcomers into the country very often. Canada conducts draws country wide and provincial to invite qualified foreign workers to become permanent residents. Everyone who applies for Permanent Residency through Express Entry or PNP require a NOC Code. Each province invites foreign workers depending on their NOC Code. The following […]

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CAQ: Quebec Certificate of Acceptance

By CaseyMay 13, 2020
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The Certificat d’Acceptation du Quebec (Quebec Acceptance Certificate, CAQ) is required for most temporary foreign workers and students who intend to reside in the province of Quebec. Students Who Need a CAQ To get your CAQ, you will need to meet certain conditions. Studying has to be your main activity and you need to maintain a valid […]

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Canada Immigration Processing Time

By Ella BergquistSeptember 16, 2020
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Many times when foreign national is looking to immigrate to Canada they want to know how long it will take to get to Canada. Each visa has a different processing time and application process. The processing time for Canadian Visas is defined as how long it takes the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to […]

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Losing a Job in Canada Because of COVID-19 as an Immigrant

By Zainab JamalMay 11, 2020
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Coronavirus has undoubtedly taken the world by storm and during these unprecedented times, it is prudent to know your Canadian immigration options. Coronavirus has affected all our lives; however, foreign nationals may feel especially vulnerable because their legal immigration status may also be at stake. Understandably, many do not find this an ideal time for […]

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Agricultural Immigrant Workers in Canada Get $1,500 From Government

By Ella BergquistApril 21, 2020
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There are still thousands of agricultural workers coming into Canada during the Coronavirus outbreak. Their employers are required to quarantine them for 14 days before they can go back to work. The Canadian government is providing the money for these employees to offset some of the cost associated with this inconvienence. The employeer of these […]

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Are Workers Allowed to Cross the US/Canada Border During Coronavirus?

By CaseyApril 6, 2020
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Beginning on March 22, 2020 the United States and Canada decided to go through with their plan to close the US/Canada border to non-essential businesses in attempt to stop the Coronavirus outbreak. The exception for traffic deemed “essential” as well as for trade transportation between the two countries announced appear to be an effort to […]

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How Coronavirus is Affecting Canadian Immigration Processing Times

By Sierra AlongiApril 4, 2020
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To manage the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), officials have announced travel restrictions that will limit travel to Canada. These restrictions will affect immigration, refugees, citizenship and passport applications at this time and differentiate by the situation. The latest updates on Canadian immigration can also be found here Processing Times Like always, the processing […]

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Ontario Seeks More Immigrants to Work in Manufacturing

By CaseyJanuary 30, 2020
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Ontario has found itself in grave need for industrial workers. These foreign workers would include holding jobs such as painters, sewing-machine operators and electronic assemblers. Ontario is so desperate for these types of workers that they are promising them permanent residency in exchange for a job in manufacturing. The only requirement is that these newcomers […]

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Canadian Tech Industry Jobs 2020: Immigrate for Work

By Ella BergquistJanuary 23, 2020
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Canada’s tech sector is currently experiencing a boom. Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are establishing themselves as leaders in technology like AI and clean tech. Canada has worked steadily to encourage tech talent. The Toronto/Kitchener/ Waterloo area is now known for its reputation in training young IT professionals. More US companies, like Google, Facebook and Amazon […]

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Nova Scotia Approves Record Number of Immigrants in 2019

By CaseyJanuary 14, 2020
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In 2019, Nova Scotia had a record level of immigration, claiming to target workers in specific branches. As of Dec. 27, the Office of Immigration had approved 2,780 applications from workers in key sectors, including health care. That’s up 21 percent compared to 2018 and a more than 300 percent increase from 2013. Since 2018, […]

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