14 Jun
Francophone Mobility Stream All You Need to Know
Navigating the complexities of hiring foreign workers can be challenging for Canadian employers. However, the Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)’s Mobilité Francophone stream offers a streamlined process, making it easier for employers to hire qualified French-speaking workers for managerial, professional, technical, or skilled trades positions outside Quebec. One significant advantage of this program is that employers typically do not need to go through the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) process.
20 May
How IRCC Checks if Your Job Offer Is Real
A job offer can significantly booster a Canadian immigration application. Employment offers and Canadian work experience are often essential for eligibility in many economic immigration pathways. Moreover, having a Canadian job offer can facilitate securing a work permit, enabling individuals to live and work in Canada before obtaining permanent residence (PR) status.
17 May
2024 New Express Entry Proof of Funds Requirement
As of May 27th, 2024, candidates applying through specific economic immigration programs, including Express Entry, must provide higher proof of funds to meet eligibility requirements. It is crucial for candidates to update their profiles to reflect the increased funds, as failure to do so will result in their removal from the pool.
28 Mar
Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program: Your Gateway to Canadian Immigration
Situated in the prairie region of Western Canada, Saskatchewan is renowned as one of the country's agricultural hubs. Abundant in fertile farmlands, the province is home to two prominent Canadian cities, Regina and Saskatoon.
19 Feb
e-Visa Immigration: a Successful Story
If you've ever thought about starting your own business in Canada, Marilene Quintana's story, our director of operations, in Discover Magazine is a must-read.
2 Feb
PTE: The Latest Addition to Canadas List of Accepted English Tests
The PTE test, also known as the Pearson Test of English, is a computer-based English language proficiency exam designed to assess a non-native speaker's ability to communicate effectively in English.
29 Jan
How to Become a Canadian Permanent Resident After the Studies
While pursuing their studies in Canada, international students have the opportunity to seek permanent resident status either during their academic program or upon completion of their studies.
19 Jan
How To Work in Canada: A Comprehensive Guide
The Canadian economy is growing, and with that, job opportunities in Canada are also increasing. Is your dream to work in Canada? Then pay attention to the different ways to build your career on Canadian soil and what you need to make this dream come true.
15 Jan
Immigrating to Canada as a Single Parent: A Comprehensive Guide
Before embarking on the immigration process to Canada as a single parent, it's essential to be aware of some key considerations.
26 Dec
Types of Visas and Permissions for Canada: Exploring Your Options
Each category of Canadian visas and permissions is intricately tied to your immigration and entry goals in the country. Therefore, the starting point is to clearly understand what your goal is: visiting, transiting, studying, or residing? Do you need a temporary or permanent visa? In this article, we will explore the various types of visas and permissions offered by the Canadian government, organized according to your immigration goals!
11 Dec
Top 20 Most Livable City in Canada: Discover the Best Places to Live
The Globe and Mail recently published a study that assessed and ranked the most attractive cities for newcomers in Canada. The study focused on factors such as ease of integration into the community, access to essential amenities, and the availability of affordable housing. The rankings were specifically tailored for individuals who have immigrated to Canada within the last five years.
4 Dec
Provincial Nominee Program retention: Examining newcomers' choices
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) stands as a prominent pathway for skilled workers seeking immigration to Canada. Virtually every province and territory administers its own PNP, aiming to select and welcome skilled individuals to establish themselves within their specific region.
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