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Understanding the Immigrant Nominee Program in Ontario

 The Ontario PNP has nine streams for welcoming newcomers. By 2021, Ontario will have received roughly 49 percent of all new permanent residents in Canada. Because of its large economy and well-developed support networks, Ontario is a popularchoice for newcomers. There are nine possible options to settle in Ontario through the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program...

An essential update for Indians applying for a Canada visa

The VFS Update’s Highlights Walk-in services are available at Visa Application Centers in India for individuals interested in applying for a Canada Visa (VAC). Saturdays are the only days when Visa Application Centers are open for passport submission and decision envelope collection. Travel agents and representatives are not permitted to submit passport applications or collect...

The 225thExpress Entry 225th draw invited 636 PNP Candidates

What’s Important About Express Entry Draw In the 225th Express Entry draw, Canada invites 636 people to apply. Candidates for the PNP were sent invitations. This draw is for people who have scored at least 752 points. The FSWP and CEC draws will start up again on July 6, 2022. How the draw will work...

The Alberta PNP draw has issued 150 letters of notification of interest

Highlights Alberta’s new Express Entry draw issued 150 Notifications of Interest letters. Candidates who achieved 306 points received invitations. The draw took place on June 16, 2022. The draw’s specifics Date of the draw Number of Notification of Interest letters sent Comprehensive Ranking Score (CRS) of lowest ranked candidate who received a Notification of Interest...

Medical Examinations Required for Permanent Resident Immigration Status in Canada

Canada grants PR visas to young and fit qualified people who may favourably contribute to the country’s economic progress. Every immigrant, whether an international student pursuing higher education or a foreign skilled worker, must pass medical exams. According to common law, your admission to Canada is contingent on your excellent medical condition. Here is a...

Nova Scotia has announced new immigration goals for 2022.

Highlights Nova Scotia establishes a new immigration target under the NSNP and AIP In 2021, Nova Scotia will receive approximately 9,025 new permanent residents. In 2021, Nova Scotia will receive approximately 9,025 new permanent residents. $1.4 million for community settlement services Immigration projects in Nova Scotia Nova Scotia confirms its quota for 2022 through the...

A new immigration programmed for Canadians is in the pipeline.

Canada is developing a new temporary resident immigration scheme, and Express Entry is set to undergo modifications. For temporary foreign workers and international students, Canada is developing a new fast-track immigration scheme. According to CBC News, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said the new programme will provide a permanent option for temporary residents. It will be...

Canada’s immigration minister is working on a new, more rapid Temporary to Permanent visa process.

Highlights    The Canadian government intends to unveil a new scheme that will allow temporary residents to become permanent residents.  The IRCC has accepted 84,177 TR-to-PR immigration applications. According to the Immigration Level Plan for 2022-2024, Canada will welcome 40,000 new PRs under Federal economic public policies and 30,000 – 48,000 new PRs via the...

In Q4, Canada expects to fill 9.2 lakh jobs, setting a new record

The amount of occupations available in Canada is incomparable to pre-COVID employment standards, and employers find it difficult to hire workers who fit incorrectly in various industries.   Highlights from Canadian Statistics… According to Canadian Statistics, “Canadian firms were looking to hire individuals for 915,500 job opportunities in all 20 industries beginning in the fourth...