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Prepared by Veronica Laurent; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Shi Hui Yu on July 31, 2021

On July 22, a total of 4,500 Express Entry candidates were invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence. The candidates required a score of at least 357 and had to be eligible for the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) to be invited. Candidates who had submitted their profiles before February 14 at 09:04:15 UTC (as per […]

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Prepared by Veronica Laurent; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Shi Hui Yu on July 24, 2021

As Canadian borders were closed due to the pandemic, the demand for skilled labour and immigration has increased across Canada’s various provinces and territories. To address labour force shortage and province’s specific needs, the Canadian government has now let the provinces to select potential foreign nationals through their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Canada comprises of […]

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Prepared by Veronica Laurent; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Shi Hui Yu on July 16, 2021

The Proof of Funds (PoF) [aka settlement fund] requirement for Express Entry candidates to migrate to Canada has been updated. These changes will be in effect from July 15 2021, for candidates under the Federal Skilled Workers Class (FSWC), Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC) & Canadian Experience Class (CEC) – as long as they have […]

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Prepared by Veronica Laurent; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Shi Hui Yu on July 13, 2021

Canada has always relied on migrants to help stimulate economic growth. Hence the growth of economy depends on the growth of population and increase of labour force. “Immigration is becoming even more important to Canada’s economic success,” says Marc Desormeaux, senior Scotiabank economist. “Canada’s population is aging, and its birth rate was among the lowest […]

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Prepared by Veronica Laurent; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Shi Hui Yu on July 7, 2021

Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) (that are aligned with Express Entry) have maintained a steady pace in issuing nominations to prospective applicants, in the past month. Except for Quebec and Nunavut, Canadian provinces and territories operate their own Provincial Nominee Programs. Thus, enabling each province to adopt its own criteria for selecting eligible foreign workers for permanent residence, especially those […]

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