The refusal rate for Humanitarian and Compassionate permanent residence applications has been on the rise since the start of the pandemic.
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Manitoba has recently announced plans to invest in a new initiative for internationally educated nurses seeking to practice in the province.
A recent report by ADP reveals Canadian employment has increased by 351,300 jobs from March to April 2021, a continuation of an upward trend of remarkably high employment rates in Canada. While during the height of the pandemic, employment rates were at a critical low, numbers have since spiked and plateaued as April records the third month straight of gains.
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.
Effective April 1st 2021, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will accept work permit applications from foreign nationals in Canada on a valid visit visa who have a Canadian job offer.
International Experience Canada (IEC) provides youth from around the world with the opportunity to live and work in Canada on a temporary basis, often giving them opportunity to gain valuable Canadian work experience to qualify to remain in Canada permanently. How To participate in International Experience Canada for 2021: In order to participate in an…
In the biggest draw from any PNP so far this year, Saskatchewan issued 541 invitations to International Skilled Workers from the Express Entry or Occupations in Demand streams.
“The launch of the Hong Kong immigration pathway is a historic initiative that will attract young, talented and experienced graduates who will help to drive Canada’s economy forward. With flexible open work permits and a fast-track to permanent residency, skilled Hong Kong residents will have a unique opportunity to develop their careers and help accelerate…
For the first time since April, the Canadian economy lost 63,000 jobs in December, but economists are optimistic about a 2021 recovery. The December 2020 Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey posted today shows the first net loss of jobs for the Canadian economy since April. In December, the Canadian economy lost 63,000 jobs, essentially nullifying…