What It’s Like to Live in British Columbia for Newcomers The province of British Columbia is Canada’s westernmost province! Internationally known for its remarkable natural beauty (there are six national parks), British Columbia is home to more than 4.6 million people. The most populous city in the province is Vancouver, Canada’s third largest city, with a population nearing 2.5 million. […]Continue Reading
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What It’s Like to Live in Prince Edward Island for Newcomers The hustle and bustle of cities are nothing you have to worry about in Prince Edward Island. Living in PEI gives you the small town feel, absolutely no rush hour, short drives to everything needed, low crime rates and great quality of education. As Canada’s […]Continue Reading
The latest round of invitation for Express Entry took place on May 23, 2018 which was the 90th Express Entry draw. This was the 90th Express Entry Draw and the second draw of May 2018. The second Express Entry Draw May 2018 issued 3,500 invitations to people with a minimum CRS score of 440. The 89th […]Continue Reading
What It’s Like to Live in Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador is especially known for being very friendly. Majority of the people here are known for their creativity, unique language, and being warm and welcoming. Since this province is located on the edge of North America, the population tends to be somewhat isolated from the […]Continue Reading
What It’s Like to Live in Nova Scotia for Newcomers The province of Nova Scotia sometimes takes a back seat to the bigger provinces of Canada like Quebec and Ontario but residents prefer it this way! Whether you prefer the energy and culture of a city or the slower pace of a rural living, Nova […]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 to work under USMCA. ] TN Visa Basics Usually, a citizen of […]Continue Reading
What It’s Like to Live in Quebec as a Newcomer The province of Quebec is the second most populous province of Canada so why exactly have so many people chosen to live in Quebec? For so many reasons! Quebec is lush with beautiful landscapes, rich history, vibrant professional and a mature sports, some of the […]Continue Reading
What is Victoria Day? Every year on the last Monday before May 25th, all of Canada takes off work and school to celebrate the birthday of Queen Victoria of England. Born May 24, 1819, Queen Victoria was the longest reigning monarch of England until the current Queen Elizabeth II. Though nowadays Victoria Day unofficially marks […]Continue Reading
The Immigration and Nationality Act was enacted in 1965 with the intention of allowing 480,000 families every year to enter the U.S. on a family-based visa. However, if you are a permanent resident of the United States with loved ones still residing overseas, the process to bring family members to America can be complicated. Additional […]Continue Reading
What is a US Visitor Visa? If you are planning on traveling to the United States for business, tourism, vacation, or visit, you may need to apply for a visitor visa. This visa will allow you to temporarily visit the United States, and comes in the form of a B-1, B-2, or B-1/B-2 combination visa. […]Continue Reading
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