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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 31, 2022

The rising economy of British Columbia necessitates trained and experienced professionals. Workers in professional, management, technical, trade, or other skilled occupations can apply for permanent residency in B.C. under the Skilled Worker category. Nurses and educators are two professional occupations in great demand across British Columbia. Qualified registrants in tech, healthcare, childcare, and other priority […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 28, 2022

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) sent out invitations to 471 people who might be qualified for the Ontario Express Entry Skilled Trades Stream. Candidates must have a profile in the Express Entry system with a CRS score of at least 350. Candidates who registered an Express Entry profile between March 24, 2021, and March […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 26, 2022

You may apply for Canadian citizenship at any time in your life, and there is no age limit on when you can do so. Being a Canadian citizen has several advantages. You have the capacity to live in a country with a stable economy, society, and political climate for the rest of your life. This […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 25, 2022

The figures below are correct as of March 15, 2022. The Alberta Advantage Immigration Program (AAIP) is limited in the number of nominations it can give each year by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Alberta received 6,250 nomination certificates from the IRCC for the year 2021. All 6,250 certifications for 2021 have been awarded […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 21, 2022

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has issued a new internal letter stating that the government is unclear about its Express Entry plans for this year, but that invitations to FSWC and CEC candidates would resume “later in 2022.” The information was received as response to an Access to Information request received by IRCC. On […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 18, 2022

Canada held its third Express Entry aligned Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) draw on February 16 inviting 924 Express Entry (EE) candidates to apply for permanent residence. The invited candidates required a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 754 to receive an invitation. All candidates invited had already received a nomination through a Provincial Nominee Program(PNP), adding 600 points to their […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 16, 2022

International students have an important role in Canada, according to stakeholders, and it is critical that the country remains a “top destination of choice” for “extraordinarily gifted individuals.” During a plenary speech at ApplyBoard’s Educate the World Conference – Canada, Canadian Minister for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)  Sean Fraser, who was an international […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 14, 2022

One of the best ways to work in Canada is to obtain an Open Work Permit. Open work permits allow people to travel freely between companies, occupations, and locations across Canada. To hire a foreign worker with an open work permit, Canadian firms are not even required to do a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 12, 2022

According to Statistics Canada, employment in Canada increased by approximately 337,000 jobs in February compared to January, a 1.8 percent rise. In February, the agency noticed evidence pointing to an increasingly tight labour market. The increase in employment was led by a 347,000 increase in the number of private-sector employees, which was somewhat offset by […]

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Prepared by Samuel Francis Gills; Shreeya A Pal; Edited by Veronica Laurent on March 10, 2022

The Tech Talent Pathway will introduce a new immigration option for tech employees in 11 occupations who want to relocate to Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan introduced the new Tech Talent Pathway under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) on March 7 to lure tech employees to the province. The Tech Talent Pathway aims to alleviate significant labour […]

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