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British Columbia issues 459 Invitations to Apply (ITA)

The latest draw provincial nominee draw proves that British Columbia remains aggressive in enticing more foreign workers to make the province their home.

Quebec wants to put a premium on degree-holder immigrants

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard firmly believes that the government needs to take immediate action in recognising the educational and professional credentials of immigrants.

Montreal now officially a

The municipality of Montreal has officially declared itself a “sanctuary city” after a unanimous vote at city council last Monday, February 20.

Ontario Reopens 3 Immigration Streams

The provincial government of Ontario has officially reopened three popular immigration streams under its very own nomination scheme, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP).

Quacquarelli Symonds: Montreal is the best city according to international students

A study from Quacquarelli Symonds, a global provider of specialist higher education and careers information and solutions, revealed that Montreal is the most favoured city amongst international students.

Breaking: UK Supreme Court upholds minimum income requirement for sponsoring non-EEA spouses

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom ruled that the minimum income required for a British citizen to sponsor a non-EEA spouse should stand, stating that it is “acceptable in principle.”

EU students prefer Canada to the UK as most desirable English speaking country

Most students from the European Union (EU) would rather go to Canada as the current political and economic milieu in the UK continues to bring tension in Europe’s immigration segment.

Three Asian countries top Canada’s immigration population

Gone are the days when citizens from European countries dominated the immigrant population of Canada. The Italians, the Americans, the Germans and even the Brits continue to diminish in number as the influx of people from several Asian countries remains overwhelming, especially in the first half of the current decade.

First March draw stretches Express Entry minimum CRS points requirement decline to fifth in a row | MigrationExpert Blog

On Wednesday, March 1st, the latest Express Entry draw recorded the lowest minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points required for this year - marking a fifth straight draw of decline for the federal nomination scheme.

Canadian Government reveals Atlantic Immigration Pilot details | MigrationExpert Blog

Canadian Government reveals the details for the first phase of the Atlantic Growth Strategy - the Atlantic Immigration Pilot program; designed to enhance the Atlantic's economy.

4 Documents you need to prepare if you’re entering Canada on the IEC visa | MigrationExpert Blog

Find out which documents are required for the IEC visa after you have been issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA) from the Canadian Government.

Quebec announces eligibility criteria for permanent residency under the Skilled Worker Program | MigrationExpert Blog

The province of Quebec has announced some important changes to their Skilled Worker program. Read on to find out how this might affect your visa application.

Ontario's International Masters Graduate Stream closes after reaching intake limit

Just a few days after being reopened, the International Masters Graduate Scheme has already reached its intake limit; forcing the government of Ontario to close it again for the time-being.

Quebec expands LMIA-exempt occupation list

The government of Quebec has recently expanded the list of occupations that no longer need to be advertised before hiring for a position. Currently, 58 occupation titles are on the list, from last update’s 42, all of which are deemed as “high-paying positions” by the Emploi-Québec.

Federal government, Prince Edward Island province invest in education

There's no other more efficient way to build a long-term plans to secure the labour market’s future than investing in education, and this is what the federal government and the province of Prince Edward are exactly doing.

StatsCan: Temporary workers becoming permanent residents is increasing

A study published by StatsCan last Tuesday, February 21, revealed that the number of temporary workers who obtained permanent residency from the government has significantly increased since 1990.

Canadian government announces Global Skills Strategy’s official launch

On March 9, 2017, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains and Employment Minister Patty Hajdu announced that the much-awaited Global Skills Strategy would be launched on June 12, 2017.

Nova Scotia breaks immigration records, expects to surpass immigrant intake for 2017

The latest data from the province of Nova Scotia revealed that it had reached a record-breaking number of immigrant arrivals for 2016 at 4,835 newcomers from January to October 2016, an increase of 42 percent from the same period in 2015 at 3,403 migrants.

British Columbia Invites over 300 workers in latest provincial nominee draw

The latest draw held by the province of British Columbia on Wednesday, March 8, saw a total of 377 foreign citizens being issued an Invitation to Apply (ITA).

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has officially launched

On Monday, March 6, 2017, the federal government and the premiers of the Atlantic region formally announced the launch and implementation of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP).

Saskatchewan announces new application fees for various sub-categories

Starting April 21, 2017, a C$300 application fee will be imposed on foreign citizens applying for a visa under the International Skilled Worker: Saskatchewan Express Entry and the International Skilled Worker: Occupation In-Demand sub-categories.

Manitoba invites over 300 foreign citizens to apply for immigration

On Thursday, March 16, the province of Manitoba invited a total of 313 foreign nationals to apply for immigration under its very own provincial nomination program. The number of Letter of Advice (LAA) issued on this day was 3.51 percent lower than that of last February 16 wherein a total of 324 LAAs were awarded to candidates applying under various skilled worker streams.

Ontario explains Human Capital Priorities Stream application process

Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCPS), along with two other streams, was reopened last February 21.

Entering Canada for business purposes now harder than ever

Some foreign citizens lament the fact that entering Canada for business purposes has become a bit more difficult despite the country’s continuous efforts in making its immigration policies more accessible.