Keeping yourself ready for Canadian Immigration

Let’s say you, yes you! intend to immigrate to Canada. Of course, you are willing to find a fast and easy way for immigration. However, what if we told you to avoid asking specific questions when you intend Read More....



Recent developments in Canadian Immigration in brief, June 10th - June 15th

To combat the flood of news about coronavirus and isolation, we bring you top headlines about the recent developments in Canadian Immigration process, a quick update to up to speed with everything Read More....



The Canadian PR prospects post COVID-19

Perhaps you should reconsider your plan to postpone Canadian immigration. Nevertheless, the facts that are going to unravel here will definitely change your mind. Read More....



Updated Guidelines for the processing of Permanent Resident Applications

Intake of new permanent residence applications will continue. Files that are incomplete due to unavailable documents will be retained in the systems of IRCC and reviewed in 90 days. Read More....



Recent Developments in Canadian Immigration in Brief:June 9th

To combat the flood of news about coronavirus and isolation, we bring you top headlines about the recent developments in Canadian Immigration process, a quick update to up to speed with everything you Read More....



Owner Operator LMIA - Low CRS? Right choice to Move to Canada!

If you’re a business owner in your home country, then this article is the green signal for you to change gears and head to Canada. It is one of the few countries in the world that looks favorably upon immigrants who Read More....



Express Entry Draw and PNP News-Round up May 2020

The Express Entry system has selected applicants who have experience working in Canada and those with the most in-demand skills required by individual provinces. In the first two major draws at the beginning of the month: Read More....



7 Canadian Immigration Programs You Need to Know About

Immigration is a big decision, if you start it right then you’re already on the right track. Deciding to come to Canada will take you on a long journey that would have its ups and downs but if you are determined Read More....



Common Errors and Mistakes That You May Be Making on Your Express Entry Profile

Sometimes the come to Canada tool may list your Express Entry profile as ineligible or you might lose out on accumulating some more CRS points, when in fact, there are parts that are missing. There are numerous Read More....



Ontario Tech Draw CRS Requirement Historically Low!

On May 13, 2020, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program issued targeted Notifications of Interests under Ontario’s Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream to candidates with a CRS between 421 and 451 Read More....



Recent Developments in Canadian Immigration in Brief: April 22nd – April 30th

To combat the flood of news about coronavirus and isolation, we bring you top headlines about the recent developments in Canadian Immigration process, a quick update to up to speed with everything you need to know Read More....



Recent developments in Canadian Immigration in brief : April 13 – April 20

To combat the flood of news about coronavirus and isolation, we bring you top headlines about the recent developments in Canadian Immigration process, a quick update to up to speed with everything you need to know Read More....



Recent developments in Canadian Immigration in brief : April 3 – April 10

To combat the flood of news about coronavirus and isolation, we bring you top 10 news about the recent developments in Canadian Immigration process, a quick update to up to speed with everything you need to know, and some Read More....



What is the best provincial nominee program for immigrating in 2020

I wouldn’t really worry on which is the best program at the moment as due to Canada’s new targets and high goals that have been set, they are looking forward to inviting several individuals to the country by the end of 2022. Read More....



COVID-19: Changes to Canadian Immigration Procedures

Although most of the decisions are on standby and a certain delay, there hasn’t been many major changes to the Canadian Immigration Procedures. There has been a slight change which has been more on a considerate basis. Read More....



From Bachelors to Masters, From Student Permit to Permanent Residency

One of the best ways to going to Canada if you’re looking to study in particular would be to first on foremost getting your mind set on obtaining a Canadian Permanent Residency card so that you may have several privileges and enjoy may Read More....



Coronavirus may be affecting people, but definitely not Canadian Immigration!

COVID-19 has definitely landed a huge shot on the whole world! And several precautionary measures are being taken in order to get over such a catastrophic situation. When it comes to Immigration, Canada is taking steps Read More....



How to extend your stay in Canada?

If an individual wants to extend his/her stay beyond the expiry date, they must submit a formal request, in the form of an application, to IRCC for determination. If approved, a visitor record will be issued and the foreign national can remain in Canada until the new expiry date. Read More....



US, H1-B visa restrictions? How foreign workers in the USA can move to Canada

As the H1-B visa program in the United States faces tight scrutiny, the prospects look grim for thousands of foreign workers who have pinned their hopes on the visa to build their careers. For many workers in the USA, particularly Read More....



How to immigrate to Canada from India

Applicants who immigrate through the economic class are mainly skilled workers, business owners and senior managers with management experience and investment capabilities. In fact, a huge chunk of the immigrants who migrate to Canada belong to the economic class. Read More....



How Your Relatives Can Help You To Get Permanent Residency In Canada

Apart from extra points awarded to Express Entry candidates who have siblings in Canada, relatives also help you in your Canadian immigration process. Read More....



Why is immigration so important to Canada’s economy?

Canada’s retirement rate has gone up, and by 2030 all 9.2 million of Canada’s most prominent worker cohort—the baby boomers—will be of retirement age. This reality, combined with a low fertility rate, is creating economic and fiscal pressure. Read More....



Express Entry 23 March draw invites candidates with CRS score as low as 467!

Invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence were issued to Canadian Experience Class program candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System score (CRS) as low as 467 in the latest draw held on March 23rd, 2020. Read More....



Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic’s impact on Canadian immigration, how well is Canada taking care of this situation?

“Exceptional circumstances call for exceptional measures” - Justin Trudeau, Canadian Prime minister. Canada is taking strict precautions to limit the spread of the coronavirus disease and accommodate immigrants affected by the Read More....



Canada will adapt and continue Immigration needs, not letting COVID-19 Pandemic

To start off on a positive note, Canada invited 668 Express Entry candidates (PNP) to apply for permanent residence on March 18th. This draw brings the total number of invitations to apply issued so far this year through Canada’s Express Entry to 19,368. Read More....



Four reasons candidates should submit an Express Entry profile even if they don’t meet the current CRS cut-off

Candidates in the express entry pool have tended to need a CRS above 460 to receive an Invitation to Apply (ITA). In recent months, it has even shot up to 470 or higher. The main reasons for such high scores are due to the fact that Read More....



How Can I Improve My CRS Score?

Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) is a point based system used by the Canadian government to assess and rank an applicant’s score in the Express Entry pool. The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) performs a draw from the Express Entry pool, approximately Read More....



The Importance of IELTS? Is it Mandatory?

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the most sought-after language test used in the Canadian immigration. The IELTS is test taken to assess an individual to face an environment with English as its primary language. Read More....



DOES THE LOCATION OF THE CONSULTANCY MATTER WHEN IT COMES TO YOUR IMMIGRATION PROCESS?

The location of your Immigration Consultancy does not matter as long as the firm abides by the Canadian Government Laws. An ICCRC (Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council) accredited firm and RCIC Read More....



HOW CAN I MOVE TO CANADA AS A SKILLED WORKER?

Foreign skilled workers are very much welcomed into Canada. One of the main goals of the Canadian immigration program are that the government, wants a vast variety of people that are able to provide and increase the country’s economy. Read More....



SHOULD I APPLY FOR THE CANADIAN PERMANENT RESIDENCY (EXPRESS ENTRY) ON MY OWN OR THROUGH A REGULATED CONSULTANT?

The Immigration process to Canada can be done by you as well. But we have no knowledge or any clue about what or how to go about this. This problem can be taken care of by consultancies who have past experience with this same Read More....



PERMANENT RESIDENCY – THE REAL DEAL

Having a Permanent Resident status or PR status in Canada is similar to being a citizen over there. This is a long and tedious process, and there is a small possibility that even an Invitation to Apply won’t come through. Read More....



EXPERIENCE /INCORPORATION OF A CONSULTANCY, SHOULD IT BE A CONCERN?

Yes, this should be a cause for concern. The main reason being that you’re going to start a process that may decide your future. Applicants and aspirants who wish to apply to Canada for future studies and for job opportunities, need to Read More....



WHY DO WE NEED A REPRESENTATIVE?

Having a representative represent you is not required in the immigration process as the Canadian government treats all applications the same. Hiring a representative would make things a lot easier for you. Read More....



Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

This Pilot Program is a one-stop shop program for four provinces i.e. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island. This program is useful to employers who are looking to employ foreign nationals when they are unable to find domestic skilled workers. Read More....