Five things to do in your first week as a permanent resident or foreign worker in Canada

For all new permanent residents or foreign workers arriving in Canada, the following represents five steps that these newcomers must take in their first week after arriving in this country. While it is important to look toward the future as…

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How to immigrate to Canada from China

Canada aims to welcome a large number of permanent residents under its Immigration Levels Plan. By the end of 2023, the goal is to land 465,000 new permanent residents, and this number is increased to 500,000 by 2025. Discover if…

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BREAKING: Canada holds first Express Entry draw since October 2023

Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has invited candidates in the most recent Express Entry draw. The department issued 4,750  invitations to apply (ITAs) in an all-program draw. Candidates required a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 561 to…

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What do I do if my immigration application is returned as incomplete? 

This article will explain the steps that Canadian immigration applicants must take if they have their application returned by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) because it was incomplete. Every incomplete application will be returned to the appropriate applicant alongside…

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Canada’s unemployment rate rises as November sees equal employment gains and losses

Statistics Canada recently released its Labour Force Survey (LFS) for November 2023. The survey reveals a stalemate between employment gains and losses in Canada, as the national unemployment rate continues a five-month upward trajectory. Simultaneously, November’s LFS helped showcase barriers…

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Getting to know IRCC’s decision-making committees

A report released by former Deputy Minister of Immigration, Neil Yeates, has brought to light some of the inefficiencies within Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Among the issues discussed, Yeates highlights IRCC’s decision-making committee structure as one of the…

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Housing Accelerator Fund: New housing in 10 Canadian cities

In March 2023, the government launched the $4 billion Housing Accelerator Fund to help fast-track the creation of at least 100,000 new homes across Canada. The Fund is already delivering results – and on its current trajectory, is expected to…

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Receiving WES Credential Evaluation for Employment, Higher Education, or Licensing in Canada

Are you ready to take the next step in your higher education or career in Canada? Discover the benefits of receiving a credential evaluation! An international academic credential evaluation is generally required for employers, colleges, universities, and professional licensing bodies….

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Will Canada make its current international student off-campus work hours policy permanent?

As we near the turn of the calendar to 2024, many international students anxiously await the expected end of Canada’s temporary policy allowing some international students to work full-time off-campus outside of scheduled academic breaks. This policy, announced in October…

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Why should I enter the Express Entry pool now despite a temporary pause in draws?

Since the pandemic, the typical pattern of Express Entry draws has changed. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) no longer holds Express Entry draws in any predictable fashion. Get a Free Express Entry Assessment There has not been a draw…

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