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Canada – New Brunswick Immigration Agreement

It’s official. An agreement has been signed that will simplify the immigration to Canada for skilled workers. The Government of New Brunswick and the Federal Government of Canada signed a new agreement on immigration Canada New Brunswick Immigration Agreement. This agreement should help New Brunswick to solve the problem of labor shortages and to increase the [...]

By | April 11th, 2017|Immigration to canada, Provincial Immigration|1 Comment

Why UAE Citizens Immigration To Canada?

Citizens of UAE, if you want to settle in a country with great cultural diversity, most beautiful and varied natural landscapes and awesome social benefits for permanent residents, Canada is the most remarkable choice. The country is very liberal, accommodating and ensure high quality of living standard for its citizens. Are you considering then how [...]

By | April 6th, 2017|Immigration to canada|0 Comments

Why Japanese Immigrants to Canada?

Here is the data from the 2011 about the Japanese Canadian and that make a sense the the Japanese Immigrants to Canada ration is increasing every years. The main reason for the immigration to Canada is study & business is for the long term and for the short term visa is for the visitor and [...]

By | March 28th, 2017|Governments, Immigration to canada|0 Comments

Major Benefits of Immigration to Canada

Major Benefits of Immigration to Canada is considered one of the best immigration option in the world as it showing with lot better opportunities for employment, business, study, PR as well as personal growth. It is a country for those who is in search of a better quality of education, life, money, honesty and happiness. [...]

By | March 22nd, 2017|Immigration to canada|0 Comments

New Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) will help address labour market challenges in the Atlantic Provinces by assisting employers in attracting and retaining skilled immigrants. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and  Newfoundland and Labrador are working closely with the Federal Government to ensure the successful development and delivery of the AIPP. Starting in early [...]

Temporary Foreign Workers in Canada

Important changes in the program for temporary foreign workers in Canada Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada announced important changes in the Temporary Foreign Worker Program. The Government immediately canceled the rule of “four years” or “4-in-4-out”, according to which foreign workers must leave Canada after 4 years of stay and not to enter the country [...]

2017 Immigration Plan Canada

The Liberals are proposing an immigration plan they say will help Canadian businesses attract international talent. The program, outlined in Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s fall economic update, sets a two-week standard to process visas and work permits for international workers hoping to coming to Canada. “Our Global Skills Strategy will further support Canadian companies [...]

New Immigration Strategy For Atlantic Canada!

Immigration to Atlantic Canada Leaders of Atlantic Canada announced a new immigration strategy developed together with Federal authorities. Atlantic provinces of Canada are ready to boost immigration. These changes became known after the Federal Government (as supported by Premiers of Atlantic provinces) declared the launch of a new pilot program to make immigration easier for [...]

By | December 12th, 2016|Immigration to canada, Provincial Immigration|0 Comments

Canada will bring in 300,000 immigrants in 2017

The Liberals are proposing an immigration plan they say will help Canadian businesses attract international talent. The program, outlined in Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s fall economic update, sets a two-week standard to process visas and work permits for international workers hoping to coming to Canada. “Our Global Skills Strategy will further support Canadian companies [...]

By | December 12th, 2016|Federal Immigration, Immigration to canada, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Quebec will welcome 51,000 new immigrants in 2017

Quebec will welcome 51,000 new immigrants in 2017 despite objections of the opposition. The Quebec government is following its plan to welcome about 51,000 new immigrants in 2017. This week, Kathleen Weil, the Minister of Immigration of Quebec, confirmed this number and also shared the details of the plan to allocate additional $31 million for [...]

By | December 12th, 2016|Immigration to canada|0 Comments