Canada now allows foreign “Caregivers” to qualify for Permanent Residence (PR) with only one year of Canadian work experience.
- Caregivers – Faster pathway to Canadian Permanent Residence
On 1st November 2022, the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship, released Canada’s 2023–2025 Immigration Levels Plan.
Getting the highest CRS score possible is critical in determining your success at acquiring Permanent Residency status in Canada.
Foreign nationals looking to get a significant work permit in Canada must demonstrate that their work will have a significant economic, social or cultural benefit to Canada.
Some information and tips that will help you recognize ghost consultants and empower you against such fraudulent consultants offering Canadian immigration advice
In September, Statistics Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) unveiled NOC 2021. IRCC will incorporate the changes in fall 2022.
In recent years, more international migrants have chosen to settle in Canada’s small and mid-sized cities than in the 4 largest urban centers (Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary) combined.
With the supportive policies of the Canadian government and COVID vaccination plans that are in place, we foresee a return to normalcy in student enrolments and in-person learning in 2022.
Canada announces New Travel updates and opening of borders for international students & extended family members
Immigration minister announces further strengthening of the public health presence at the border and processes to support enhanced family reunification & entry of international students