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How COVID-19 Has Affected Canadian Immigration – Part II

Following on from Part I of How COVID-19 Has Affected Canadian Immigration, here is Part II. If you missed the earlier update, click here to read it now.  The pandemic has been responsible for a lot of changes in almost every sector globally, with employment and communication, almost unrecognizable. While many of the changes are going …

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Canada proposes enabling temporary residents to become citizens

Last month the Canadian government recently announced plans for new and increased levels of immigration. Prime Minister Trudeau has said that immigration is needed to boost the economic recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan is to accept over 400,000 immigrants to a target of 1.2 million over the next three years. …

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Beginning next year, highly skilled immigrants will have a new path to remaining in Newfoundland and Labrador

Starting on Jan. 2, 2021, a master’s or doctoral student or a person with specialized skills originally from another country will be able to take advantage of the pathway, called Priority Skills Newfoundland and Labrador. Read More Original Article Source Credits: The Telegram, https://www.thetelegram.com/ Article Written By: David Maher Original Article Posted on: 18th November 2020 Link …

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A new ranking is giving Canada’s approach to immigrants top marks, with a notable exception

Canada has been ranked fourth in the world when it comes to integrating immigrants after it fell out of the top five nations under the former Conservative government in the previous survey. Read More Original Article Source Credits: Niagara Falls Review, https://www.niagarafallsreview.ca/ Article Written By: Nicholas Keung Original Article Posted on: 9th December 2020 Link to Original …

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International Experience Class or Working Holiday Visa is NOW OPEN for 2021

Good news for all those who have been waiting to visit Canada and work at the same time! The International Experience Class (IEC) also known as the Working Holiday Visa is now open for 2021. This pathway is only for individuals of countries or territories that have an agreement with Canada to participate in the …

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Immigrate to Canada in 2021

If there is anything that the pandemic has shown the world, is that there are countries whose governments have managed the pandemic well and those that just failed. Fortunately, Canada is seen as one of the countries who has also handled the pandemic well amongst the developed countries. In terms of immigration, we have not …

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Canada tops US as most attractive destination for foreign workers

The pandemic and a lot of world events has really brought out a lot of changes in terms of perception – and this includes foreign worker’s preference of where to work. Canada has overtaken the United States as the most attractive destination for foreign workers, according to report on global talent from Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and …

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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) in 2021

One of the most popular immigration pathways for Canada is the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program. The AIPP is a pathway to permanent residence for skilled foreign workers and international graduates who want to work and live in one of Canada’s four Atlantic Provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island. This is an employer-driven …

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New Public Policy for Permanent Residency in Canada (Fastest Pathway)

Once again, Canada is readying itself for long-term economic growth and recovery. A new and temporary public policy was released on April 14, 2021 to facilitate the granting of permanent residence for foreign nationals in Canada, outside of Quebec, with a recent credential from a Canadian post-secondary institution. A maximum of 40,000 applications will be …

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