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Immigrating to Canada from UK

How to Immigrate to Canada from the UK

August 14, 2018 /

Canada has one of the highest per capita immigration rates in the world. Thousands of individuals immigrate to Canada every year for many reasons but because of this it makes for a land of diverse cultures. Recently since the United Kingdom voted for Brexit there has been an increase of people wondering how to move […]

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Post-Brexit options for immigration

Post-Brexit Options for Immigration to the United States or Canada

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Are There Other Post-Brexit Options for Immigration in 2018? The EU allows citizens to travel freely within the borders of the EU member states. Brexit will change this free movement. UK citizens living in the EU when Brexit takes affect may lose their UK Citizenship, while EU citizens living in the UK will need to […]

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Parents and Grandparents Super Visa

Canada’s Parents and Grandparents Super Visa Program Expands in 2018

August 9, 2018 / /

What is Changing About the Parents and Grandparents  Super Visa in 2018? The government is increasing the number of applications that will be accepted for processing for its Parents and Grandparents Super Visa in 2018. Previously, 10,000 applications were processed. Now, the government will allow 17,000. This change was brought about by a desire to […]

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Vacation in Ontario: Cottages, Lakes, Romance, Family

August 6, 2018 / /

When traveling to a new country, there are many questions that come to mind. If you aren’t prepared the correct way, you could run into some difficult situations. Here, we will discuss everything you need to know about visiting Ontario, Canada to ease your trip in order for you to have the best time! What […]

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Early childhood teachers express entry

Nova Scotia Needs Teachers: Apply Now!

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Who Are They Looking For? Canada’s Express Entry program allows individual provinces to recruit candidates that will fill a specific positions within the territory.  Presently, Nova Scotia’s Labour Market Priorities stream is targeting early childhood teachers and assistants on August 8th. Successful candidates will be invited to apply for provincial nomination. Who is Eligible to […]

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Studying in Canada

Studying Abroad: United States vs Canada

August 2, 2018 / /

Pursing a college or post-graduate degree in a foreign country is an excellent way to expand your horizons. It provides you with a new look at a country and the opportunity for studying at excellent schools. You will demonstrate that you are adaptable and able to thrive in a culture other than your own. This […]

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How Can I Bring a Dog Into the United States?

July 31, 2018 / /

Although this isn’t a largely spoken about topic many people don’t know that dogs also have immigration standards that have to be met to enter the United States. Bringing your dog into the US can be a hassle as a variety of information must be provided to get your dog clearance to enter. Dog immigration […]

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H-1B visa second job

If I have an H-1B Visa, Can I Work a Second Job?

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Can I work a Second Job while holding an H-1B Visa? Many people supplement their personal finances with a second job. However, if you are working in the United States on an H-1B visa, you must be careful. The H-1B visa is a visa that requires a sponsorship from your employer. This means that if […]

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H-1B Visa Cap Reached

H-1B Reached Cap Till 2020

July 25, 2018 / /

The United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) has reached their yearly 65,000 H-1B visa cap for the fiscal year of 2019. This means that anyone who is currently applying for an H-1B visa may not be accepted until 2020. There is an additional 20,000 applications to be approved for the US advanced degree exemption, […]

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Express Entry Draw August

Express Entry Draw August 8, 2018 #96 – Canadian Immigration

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The latest round of invitation for Express Entry Draw August took place on August 8th 2018 which was the 96th Express Entry draw. This was the 96th Express Entry Draw and the first draw of August 2018. This 96th draw gave 3,750 invitations to those with a CRS cut off score of 440 or higher.  We […]

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