8 Dec
Updates to Study Permit Requirements in Canada: Measures to Protect International Students
On December 7, 2023, Minister of Immigration Marc Miller unveiled a series of crucial changes to the Study Permit requirements aimed at safeguarding international students. Starting January 1, 2024, there will be an increase in the financial proof requirement for the study visa to ensure that students are financially prepared for their stay in Canada.
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.
1 Dec
Study in Canada or in the USA: A Comprehensive Comparison
Many students contemplating an international academic journey might find themselves evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of pursuing education in Canada compared to the United States. Despite the USA's historical popularity as a preferred destination, Canada presently claims the coveted position of being the foremost choice for global students.
27 Nov
New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program: The Path to Immigrating to Canada
Situated beneath the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec and neighboring the State of Maine in the United States, New Brunswick stands as the largest among Canada's three Maritime Provinces.
24 Nov
PGWP expires soon? Discover your options to stay in Canada
If you intend to extend your stay in Canada beyond the expiration of your Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP), several avenues are available, contingent upon your objectives and personal circumstances.
20 Nov
Express Entry ITA: Who May Receive an Invitation in 2023?
Fresh information from the Government of Canada offers a more detailed insight into the human capital profiles of individuals who received an invitation through Express Entry between January and September 2023.
16 Nov
Best Places in Canada for Francophones: Top Cities to Live and Study
Many individuals frequently inquire about the optimal locations in Canada for French speakers. As the second-largest country globally and a sought-after destination for Francophones, determining where to begin can be daunting. To assist you in initiating your exploration, peruse our recommendations for the most sought-after destinations for French speakers seeking immigration.
13 Nov
Canada Aims to Attract More Francophones Under Immigration Levels Plan 2024-2026
According to Canada's recently unveiled Immigration Levels Plan for 2024-2026, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) aims to embrace 31,500 French-speaking permanent residents (PRs) in 2025, followed by an increased target of 36,000 newcomers under the same category in 2026.
10 Nov
International Students in Canada: Exploring the Surge in Canadian Permanent Residents by 2023
Canada's commitment to welcoming international students and helping them transition to permanent residents is paying off, as recent statistics from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reveal a remarkable increase in the number of international students granted permanent residence. Let's take a closer look at this evolving trend.
6 Nov
Temporary Foreign Workers: Canada Extends Special Measures to Support Employers
On October 26th, Randy Boissonnault, the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development, and Official Languages, unveiled revisions to the Temporary Foreign Workforce Solutions Road Map. These changes are designed to assist employers in tackling significant labor shortages through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).
2 Nov
Immigration Levels Plan: Canada's 2024-2026 Roadmap
Canada has unveiled its Immigration Levels Plan for the years 2024-2026, maintaining consistent immigration targets. In 2024, the nation aims to admit 485,000 new immigrants. The following years, 2025 and 2026, will witness Canada's efforts to welcome 500,000 newcomers annually.
30 Oct
New Measures to Safeguard International Student Integrity in Canada
Canada's Immigration Minister, Marc Miller, has recently unveiled measures aimed at enhancing the integrity of the international student program.
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