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The Trump administration announced a new travel restriction on individuals from the following countries: Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. The new restrictions are to replace the controversial travel ban created earlier this year. “Making America safe is my number one priority. We will not admit those into our country we […]
Chelsea Manning, a former Army expert, has recently been denied entry into Canada, according to a letter she has received and revealed on Twitter. In 2013, Manning was convicted of leaking an immense amount of classified information while deployed in Iraq. She was sentenced to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to several charges but […]
Immigration News: Stories from the Border The State Department has recently aimed to take a closer look at visa ineligibilities assure that people follow the rules the U.S. has in place and that the country continues to apply its regulations continually and correctly. They are establishing stricter regulations for US visa applicants to make sure […]
Weekly Immigration News and Top Rated Stories: Changes in Canadian immigration laws to heart moving immigrant success stories. Canada Immigration News On September 20th, 2017 Canada announced their latest Express Entry Draw. This round of Express Entry invitations held a much lower Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points required to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA). […]
Yes, the Midwest Needs Immigrants, Here’s Why A recent report written by demographer Rob Paral states “For the cities of the Midwest, restricting current immigration levels is the last thing they need: an unnecessary tourniquet applied to a precious supply of regional residents and workers.” Immigration has helped plenty Midwestern cities semi-reverse years and years […]
American Nannies vs Foreign Au Pair President Trump has recently left not only individuals that are under J-1 visas themselves frightened but also American families that take part in the au pair program in the U.S. Many parents use au pairs as a way to save money for jobs they just don’t have time for […]
Canada’s Liberal government has proposed changes to the tax law that would limit options to small-business owners. Changes would close the “loopholes” the government claims give “wealthy, small-business owners an unfair tax advantage over other Canadians.” With the current system, small-business owners are able to transfer some of their income to family members who have […]
Weekly Immigration News and Top Rated Stories: Changes in Canadian immigration laws to heart moving immigrant success stories. Experts say that there are many professions today and for the future that are in high demand for Canada. There is an active path that Canada is following to increase the number of jobs and decrease the […]
Immigration News: Stories from the Border Several cities in Maryland and other states such as San Francisco and Chicago already allow noncitizens to vote locally. However, one Maryland city recently took it upon themselves to vote to enfranchize noncitizens, to expand immigrant voting rights. The City Council in College Park then decided to approve the […]
The latest round of invitations for Express Entry took place on September 6, 2017. In this draw, 2,772 invitations were issued, with the lowest qualifying score being 435. Those invited are now eligible to apply for permanent resident status. Do you want to immigrate to Canada? Fill out our FREE online immigration assessment, and we will […]
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