In the 182nd Express Entry draw, IRCC issued 266 invitations to Express Entry candidates. This draw was specific to Provincial Nominee Program candidates with a minimum CRS cut-off score of 753.
In the 182nd Express Entry draw, IRCC issued 6000 invitations to Express Entry candidates. This draw was specific to Canadian Experience Class candidates with a minimum CRS cut-off score of 417.
In a measure that screams “Your status may be temporary, but your contributions are lasting — and we want you to stay,” IRCC introduced a new public policy offering an accelerated pathway for essential/ health care workers in Canada.
Reinstating Canada’s value for international graduates, a new temporary public policy has been put into place for international graduates in Canada to apply for permanent residence in Canada.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to offer new pathway for permanent residence to 90,000 essential workers and international graduates
On April 14, 2021, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino announced his department is creating a new pathway for permanent residency for 90,000 essential workers and international graduates who are currently in Canada.
According to a report and analysis project headed by U.S News & world report, for the first time, Canada has taken the top spot in the 2021 Best Countries report.
International students have a significant impact on Canada’s economy. Global Affairs Canada recently published a study of statistics that highlight how much of an impact they have. In 2018, a growth of 16.3% for long term international students was recorded in Canada. Long-term international student are defined as having studied in a program that has…
On April 1, 2021, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada launched an online portal enabling previous paper-based permanent residence applications to be submitted online. This new portal is available for applicants in a limited number of economic permanent resident programs.
On April 8, 2021, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) issued an update confirming the change of the term implied status to maintained Status and offered additional clarification as to when you deemed to be on maintained status.
On March 27, 2021 in a Regulatory Impact Analysis Statement published in the Canada Gazette, the Department of Citizenship and Immigration identified fundamental issues with the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations take on the excessive demand element of medical inadmissibility and suggest regulatory amendments to implement a public policy in force since June 2018.