Canadian Immigration News: July 24th, 2017

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Although the newest liberal Canadian government has great approval ratings, there are still many Canadians who are concerned about the movement to the left. Not surprisingly, they are huge admirers of the direction that the United States is going under the rule of Donald Trump. “You cannot deny he is a force of nature. He may be unorthodox, he may get himself in a pinch with his words, but he certainly reminds you that he is always coming from a position of strength,” said Ann Bowen. The Bowens have lived in Canada for as long as they can remember with three generations living on their property. Dave Bowen says that he and his fellow countryfolk have many reasons to admire Trump’s policies but more specifically his strict crackdown on immigration. As a result of Trump’s policies, many asylum-seekers have fled to Canada, and many Canadian’s aren’t as welcoming as the prime minister Justin Trudeau.

Canadians for Trump

 

The High Commissioner of Canada, Perry John Calderwood, said that there is a real potential that Pakistan and Canada can enhance cooperation in agriculture, energy, mining, ICT, and other fields. Both countries complement each other in many ways. For example, Canada is active in hydro & solar power, oil & gas, and Pakistan can benefit from its expertise to improve their energy systems. Pakistan has great business investor potential that Canada can take advantage of to build the Canadian economy. Pakistan also has many sectors that could be beneficial for Canada to invest in such as “oil & gas, infrastructure, power generation, information & communication technologies, mining, agro business, wood sector and science & technology.” We can expect many more business relations between Pakistan and Canada shortly.

Canada Pakistan

 

In the past, the wealthy were easy to get Canadian Permanent Residency, but recently, they are turning to temporary work visas. These wealthy business investors are buying Canadian businesses and turning to temporary employment visas. When someone buys Canadian companies they can get temporary work permits which gain them entry to Canada. The current federal permanent immigration programs although operational on paper, are not attracting interest from foreign investors. Instead of going through the long wait of visitor visas turning into work visas turning into permanent residency, these people are skipping many steps by going straight towards owning a little piece of Canada.

Immigrant Business

 

Other Canadian Immigration Stories This Week:

  1. Drunk driving sentence to serve as deterrent to others: judge
  2. Canadian, Mexican Leaders Weigh in on NAFTA Renegotiations at Governors Gathering
  3. Wanted: ‘Wife’ going to study in Canada; say ads in India
  4. Canadian politician Jagmeet Singh accuses India of interfering in campaign to head party
  5. The connections between Donald Trump Jr., Russia, and Canada
  6. New Canadians lead the country’s tennis push
  7. Why these Canadians would take Trump over Trudeau
  8. Immigrants celebrate Canada’s birthday
  9. Want To Move To Canada? Read Our Mid-Year Immigration Review
  10. Asylum seekers who housed US whistle-blower Snowden to sue Canadian government over refugee claims
  11. Canada becomes second-most popular country for rich Chinese emigrants
  12. Thalmic Labs using Global Skills Visa Program to bring in the best and brightest
  13. British Columbia Now Conducting Tech-Only Immigration Draws
  14. Canadian government accused of abandoning families that sheltered Edward Snowden
  15. ‘Snowden’s Guardian Angels’ Should Have Canadian Refugee Claim Expedited, Lawyers Tell Courts
  16. Pakistan may benefit from Canadian expertise to up energy generation
  17. Applying for a visa on humanitarian and compassionate grounds
  18. TRUMP’S POLICIES ARE SENDING PRECIOUS STARTUP JOBS TO CANADA
  19. I want back my money – Unemployed man livid after failing to get visa through company
  20. Wealthy Immigrants To Canada Turning To Temporary Work Visas
  21. ‘Trump bump’ behind sharp rise in Indians applying to Canadian universities
  22. Canada Avoids Ethno-Populism, but not the Surge in Hate Crimes

 

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  • Harpreet Singh

    respected sir, I am harpreet singh from amritsar I punjab India my spouse has done nanny care course with B. C. A, M.c. a with ielts band 5.5 is it possible to get work visa for Canada please explain in breif.
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    Harpreet singh

    • Rachel

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