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Quebec-montrealRead more +19 September 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration

Global Talent Stream Now Available in Quebec

The Global Talent Stream is now available to employers in the province of Quebec, allowing them to hire certain skilled foreign workers quickly with a two-week processing time standard for applications. The Global Talent Stream, first introduced in June, is part of the government of Canada’s Global Skills Strategy, an initiative designed to facilitate access to uniquely
Read more +03 September 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration

IRCC to Invite More Applications Under Parent and Grandparent Program

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will invite more sponsors of foreign parents and grandparents to submit an application under the Parent and Grandparent Program (PGP). The upcoming round of invitations, which will begin on September 6 and continue over a few days, is the second round to take place in 2017. Potential sponsors who were
Read more +30 August 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration

Canada Job Match Service Comes into Effect for Employers Hiring Temporary Foreign Workers

A new rating system of Canada job match service open job positions with job seekers has come into effect. As of August 28, employers hiring under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) must use the new system and invite potential hires who meet a certain threshold of compatibility with the job posting to apply for the position
Read more +30 August 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration

British Columbia (BC) Launches Immigration Tech Pilot

With demand for talent outpacing supply, the Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) is looking to attract more workers and graduates in the technology sector to the province. The new Tech Pilot is part of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program(BC PNP), one of Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Through this pilot, eligible candidates with a job offer in one of 32
Read more +19 August 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration

Indians beat Chinese in race for Canada work visa

Indians beat Chinese in the race for Canadian work visa. Canada attracts more Indians than Chinese, whether for work or acquiring citizenship. Contrast to US, where the Chinese comparatively lead the migration trends on parameters such as acquiring green cards. However, the inflow of students to Canada from China’s much higher. Statistics for the first
Read more +17 August 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration, Permanent Residence Visa

Saskatchewan–ISW- Occupation in Demand (OID) Sub-Category opens again to accept 1200 new Applications

The International Skilled Worker –Occupations In-Demand sub-category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is open again to accept 1200 fresh applications from the interested applicants. The SINP is the popular Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) of the Saskatchewan province in Canada. It operates in coordination with the federal government and selects the most suited skilled
Read more +13 August 2017 By Deej in Canada Immigration, Permanent Residence Visa

Saskatchewan Occupations In-Demand Intake Fills in 24 Hours

The International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand sub-category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has closed for new applications, just one day after reopening for 1,200 new applications on August 9. Through this ‘base’ SINP sub-category, which is not aligned with the federal Express Entry immigration selection system, eligible skilled workers with experience in an in-demand occupation can make an
Read more +26 June 2017 By supremesolutions in Canada Immigration

A Tweet Stirs Up Canada’s Immigration Debate

Kellie Leitch, the Canadian firebrand who lost her recent effort to lead the Conservative Party, has ignited a bit of a firestorm, on Canada’s Immigration Debate, with her online sharing of a column about a Syrian refugee who beat his wife with a hockey stick. “A battered wife and a bloodied hockey stick. That’s the
Read more +26 June 2017 By supremesolutions in Canada Immigration

“Canada Immigration continues to be a key ingredient to our economic future” – Immigration Minister

Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Ahmed Hussen, recently reaffirmed the country’s commitment to economic Canada Immigration during a wide-ranging address in Toronto, Ontario, where he also touched on how the government plans to continue welcoming immigrants from around the world. “The 2017 300,000 landings plan increased the share of economic admissions from the previous year. This
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