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Express Entry: The Step-by-Step Process

Express Entry was launched by the Canadian government in 2015 to make it easier for skilled workers to obtain legal permanent residency status. The Express Entry system takes place online, allowing candidates to fill out profiles with their language skills, age, job experience, education, transferable skills, spousal qualifications, and more. The profiles are assigned points,… Continue Reading

What Happens If My Immigration Application is Denied?

When you receive a letter denying your immigration application, it can be one of the most disappointing times of your life. However, this does not mean that the process is over. You may still be able to appeal the denial of a Canadian immigration application.   Reasons an Application is Denied What happens when an… Continue Reading

How to Maintain PR Status in Canada

Once you’ve moved to Canada and achieved your permanent resident card, it’s vitally important that you maintain your permanent resident status. However, the Canadian government knows you will continue to live your life. You may marry and have children, and will still maintain ties to friends and family who live in a foreign country. This… Continue Reading

What are the Requirements to Enter Canada When Immigrating?

Canada is one of the top 5 countries to immigrate to in the world. It has a wonderful standard of living, unparalleled natural beauty, a dynamic and growing economy, and world-class educational institutions. If you’re excited about the opportunity to immigrate to the Great White North, you should start by reviewing the requirements to enter… Continue Reading

Why Study in Canada and Where You Should Attend?

The world is more interconnected than ever before, giving students access to higher education almost anywhere in the world. With so many options, why should a student study in Canada? Canada combines a great university system with a wonderful quality of life, while the cost of higher education is generally lower than it is in… Continue Reading

What’s the Canada Immigration Policy for International Students?

Canada boasts some of the best universities in the world. Canada’s immigration policy for international students is very welcoming, with over 350,000 foreign students arriving in Canada to study every year. If you intend to complete a program which lasts six months or less, you do not need a Canadian study permit. However, if you… Continue Reading

What is Canada’s Immigrant Investor Program?

Canada’s immigrant investor programs are exclusive immigration streams open to a limited number of individuals each year. The programs once provided a one-step path for entrepreneurs and investors to immigrate by making a minimum investment to get permanent residency in Canada. However, this program is now administered at the provincial level. In most provinces, there… Continue Reading

How to Become a Canadian Resident

Canada is a beautiful country with a vibrant economy and a history of welcoming immigrants. Canada allows more than 200,000 people per year to immigrate to Canada as permanent residents. Once a person has been approved, they receive a Permanent Resident Card which entitles them to almost all of the same rights and responsibilities of… Continue Reading

Who Can Sponsor an Immigrant to Canada?

Under the Family Class immigration category, citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their relatives, including foreign spouses, partners, dependent children, parents, or grandparents for immigration to Canada. The Canadian government makes family reunification an important goal, and over the next three years, the country will welcome over 260,000 people who will be reunited with their… Continue Reading

New Data Shows Nearly 25% of Canadian Workers are Immigrants

Over the last 10 years, immigrants have significant gains in Canada’s workforce and more the 50% have a bachelor’s degree, according to Canada’s 2016 census. Statistics show that immigrants made up 23.8% of Canada’s workers in 2016. This is up 21.6% from 2006. During the same 10-year span, Canada introduced extensive changes to its immigration… Continue Reading

How to Apply as a Nurse in Canada

As the number of seniors continues to rise, healthcare professionals are becoming more and more crucial. This growing number of dependents is putting a stress on the system. As a result, Canada needs nurses. But, what are Canada’s requirements for nurses? Continue Reading

What Does an Immigration Lawyer Do?

Making the decision to come to Canada on either a temporary or full-time basis is a big decision. But now that you’ve made this decision, there is some work to be done. Whether you are applying for a work permit, student visas, or citizenship, you want to make sure your applications are successful. Continue Reading

Effective Oct. 24: Age of Dependent Children Raises to Under 22 Years of Age

The dependent child definition for Canadian immigration programs has been modified to include anyone under age 22, effective today. This means young adults who are ages 21 and under are eligible to immigrate to Canada with their parents. The change will impact those who are ready to file a Canadian immigration application. The new law… Continue Reading

Canada’s Citizenship Act Changes Effective Oct. 11

Canadian permanent residents now have an easier path to citizenship thanks to Canadian Citizenship Act changes which go into effect today, October 11. The law was amended in June of 2016, but many of its most important provisions did not become effective until 2017. Bill C-6, Changes to the Citizenship Act, is aimed at encouraging… Continue Reading

How Many Immigrants Come to Canada Each Year?

Canada is on pace to receive more immigrants than it has in a century, with levels increasing to more than 300,000 in both 2016 and 2017. The Advisory Council on Economic Growth has already recommended Canada increase its immigration intake to 450,000, and now the Conference Board of Canada is exploring the idea in more… Continue Reading

How Increasing Canadian Immigration Levels will Benefit the Labour Market

The Forum of Ministers Responsible for Immigration has announced its 2018 annual immigration plan, which sets targets for the number of people who can immigrate to Canada next year. The annual immigration plan includes changes to some aspects of Express Entry, promotes collaboration with provincial and territorial governments about their immigration needs, and establishes priorities… Continue Reading

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