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POST GRAD WORK PERMITS

 The IRCC has made some major announcements in regards to topics of interest. The government made some further clarification announcements on their web site at the following web link: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/work/after-graduation/eligibility.html The essential criteria that one must have to be able to apply for a post graduation work permit, can be summarized in the following point …

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CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING FLIGHTS AND BORDER CONTROL

Please know that COVID-19 is very much affecting all immigration applications. Please note in summary what is happening is the following: all international flights are only being allowed to land at Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal airports Only Canadian citizens and Permanent Residents are being allowed to enter all non citizens and non residents are …

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MANITOBA ACCEPTS HIGHEST NUMBER OF IMMIGRANTS IN PROVINCE’S HISTORY

The provincial government, by way of the Economic Development and Training Minister Eichler, just made this recent announcement. The number of immigrant landings in Manitoba in 2019 reached 18,905, the highest for any year in the province’s 150-year history, Economic Development and Training Minister Ralph Eichler announced today. “As a significant driver of economic and …

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Liberal Government Plans New Program Allowing Immigrants to be Picked to Fill Labour Gaps

According to a news article presented by CBC News on January 2, 2020, the federal government has plans to create a new program to allow communities to allow and select immigrants to fill in labour gaps. This new municipal nominee program cities and towns in Canada to measure their local labour needs and choose newcomers …

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Border officials to start sharing data about U.S., Canadian travellers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Canada Border Services Agency will exchange biographic data, travel details, and other border crossing information about U.S. and Canadian citizens travelling between the two countries going forward. Changes part of border security plan introduced by U.S. President Obama and PM Harper in 2011 The new regulations are part …

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