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Category Archives: Immigration
Now, there is no need for Super Visa Insurance to be paid in full! New monthly payment option is available on a parent and grandparent super visa visitor to Canada medical insurance policy. It’s a good news!
To avoid backlogs and ensure fast processing times, we will accept no more than 3,000 complete federal skilled trade applications to process in the first year (from January 2, 2013 to January 1, 2014). Within the 3,000 cap, no more … Continue reading
Ottawa, January 2, 2013 — The brand-new Federal Skilled Trades Program begins accepting applications today, announced Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney.
Ontario has never had a formal immigration strategy. Throughout its history, immigrants came to the province from around the world, attracted by its economic opportunity, peaceful communities, and stable democratic political system.
Ontario is the province of choice for newcomers. Our economic future depends on helping our newcomers integrate successfully into their communities and the workplace. That’s why Ontario is developing its first-ever immigration strategy.
you have been the subject of a removal order from Canada you will probably need an Authorization to Return to Canada (ARC) if you want to return. Whether you need one depends on the type of removal order that was … Continue reading
Too many tax dollars are spent on asylum claimants who are not in need of protection. Canada is currently receiving a disproportionately high number of refugee claimants who come from countries that historically have very low acceptance rates at the … Continue reading
Immigration: Canada’s New Refugee Determination System – the Balanced Refugee Reform Act will come into force on June 29, 2012
Bill C-11, the Balanced Refugee Reform Act has received Royal Assent. New Refugee Determination System will improve Canada’s asylum system, resettle more refugees from abroad and make it easier for refugees to start their lives in this country. The changes … Continue reading