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Quebec to ease PEQ rules announced in May for foreign students and temporary foreign workers

This year’s graduates will be able to take advantage of the rules in effect to access the Quebec Experience Program (PEQ), announced Quebec’s new immigration minister, Nadine Girault. The Québec government is making adjustments to the PEQ reforms announced last May, affecting foreign students as well as temporary foreign workers. Students already in Quebec, who

Things to look forward to Canada Immigration in the latter half of 2020

2020 has been a difficult year for all of us. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on Canada’s immigration system. Immigrants themselves have been affected by many disruptions, ranging from difficulties accessing language tests, accreditation services, biometrics, or other government services. Immigration professionals have also worked tirelessly to adapt to any changes in

Global Talent Stream attracting more talent to Country in the north – Canada

Since its introduction three years ago, the Global Talent Stream (GTS) has helped more than 40,000 people come to Canada to fill many technological positions, such as software engineers, web designers, computer engineers, digital media, and design. The GTS allows these skilled workers to obtain a Canadian work permit in just two weeks after obtaining

10 facts to know in 2020 for Canada Immigration

Canada is celebrating its 153rd anniversary today on a holiday called “Canada Day”. Throughout Canada’s history, immigrants have joined the founding Indigenous peoples of the country to help build a great country. To celebrate “Canada Day”, we have compiled 10 interesting facts  about the Canada Immigration: The Constitution Act, 1867 defines immigration as an area

What are the Canadian Immigration alternatives after the U.S Immigration ban?

After President Donald Trump signed a new executive order yesterday, an estimated 525,000 people will be unable to settle in the United States as permanent or temporary residents for the remainder of 2020. Trump’s new immigration ban is said to be a temporary measure to protect American workers during the recession caused by the coronavirus

What are the effects of COVID-19 measures on Saskatchewan PNP?

SINP – Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is one of the several PNPs that are working to support immigration nominees and applicants amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications for provincial nomination are still being processed by the Saskatchewan provincial immigration authorities. Since the implementation of travel restrictions from March 18, SINP has held a total of two

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