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
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The latest Canada immigration news about Canadian work visas and work permits, how to apply, rules and regulations. Work permits and applications for temporary workers, business people, students and caregivers in the Live-In Caregiver Program. For more information on working in Canada and the different programs offered, visit our Canadian work permit and visa section.
New Changes to the Live in Caregiver Program Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Jason Kenney said on Sunday that changes have been proposed to the rules that govern live-in caregivers. The proposed changes include that employers will have to cover the costs of the caregivers’ travel to Canada, their workplace safety insurance and any […]Continue Reading
Hello. I was laid off from a construction firm early this year and I am on an LMO. Instead of going back home I stayed in Canada to find some work. Now my work permit is expired. I applied for a 90-days restoration of status to stay in Canada while waiting for a new job […]Continue Reading
As of April 2009, the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program has introduced a US Visa Holder Category focused on H-1B Visa holders. This immigration program enables skilled foreign workers on US Work Visas to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence with the intention of working in Alberta. This program is designed fill occupational shortages in certain high […]Continue Reading
A Canadian Work Permit Question Hello I am a Director of Photography and Director in Los Angeles , California. A local production company hired me to shoot their next feature film which will be shot in Los Angeles for about 80% of the production. However, some scenes have to be shot in Canada, and that […]Continue Reading
[NAFTA is under revision. NAFTA will most likely turn into the USMCA (United States Mexico Canada Agreement). USMCA is expected to be approved in the beginning of 2019. Until then NAFTA will remain active and the visas under NAFTA are still available. Learn more about how the USMCA will affect Canadians. ] Professionals from the USA […]Continue Reading
Canadian Embassy in Ghana – Accra Street Address: Canadian High Commission Immigration Section 42 Independence Avenue Accra Mailing Address For Canadian Embassy in Ghana: Canadian High Commission Immigration Section P.O. Box 1639 Accra Ghana Tel.: (233-0302) 211-521 / 7011596 Fax: (233-0302) 211-524 E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.accra.gc.ca Additional information about this Canadian Embassy in Ghana: […]Continue Reading
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