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Quebec to welcome around 71000 new immigrants in 2022

It is estimated that Quebec would be welcoming around 71275 new permanent residents in 2022, as the province is taking serious efforts to compensate for the...
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Increase in settlement funds requirements for FSWP, FSTP candidates

Canada has decided to increase the settlement fund requirements for the applicants of Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) and Federal Skilled Trades Program...
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Quebec needs more workers to fill vacancies

Quebec is witnessing low unemployment rates and a record high number of vacant jobs. With an aim to address the shortage of labour being faced by the province...
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Newfoundland and Labrador eliminates provincial immigration fees

The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, in the Budget for 2022, has eliminated the fees under its Provincial Nominee Program with immediate effect....
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Quebec to issue work permits to CSQ holding skilled workers

Quebec has decided to issue open work permits to foreign skilled workers who have already obtained Quebec Selection Certificates but yet to receive Permanent...
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924 immigration candidates invited in Express Entry draw of March 16

In the Express Entry draw held on March 16, Canada invited 924 immigration candidates to apply for permanent residence. The invited candidates had a minimum...
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Permanent Atlantic Immigration Program starts accepting applications

Canada has started accepting applications for permanent residence through the newly-announced Atlantic Immigration Program. Skilled foreign workers and...
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Quebec releases list of occupations eligible for facilitated LMIA

Quebec has released a new list of in-demand occupations, which are eligible for facilitated processing under the Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). While...
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828 candidates invited in Ontario PNP draws of February 8

In the two Provincial Nominee Program draws held by Ontario on February 8, the province invited 828 candidates to apply for provincial nomination. Out of them,...
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Canada to announce Immigration Levels Plan for 2022-2024 in February

The Canadian government is expected to announce the Immigration Levels Plan for 2022-2024 in February. The announcement will reveal Canada’s immigration...
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Canada set to meet its immigration target of 411000 for 2022

After successfully meeting the annual immigration target of 401000 new immigrants for the year 2021, Canada is all set to meet an even more ambitious target...
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Immigrants’ wages in Canada on the rise in recent years

Immigrants’ wages have been on a rise in the recent years in Canada, found a study by Statistics Canada. Immigrants who became permanent residents in 2018...
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Why Canada remained the best immigration destination in 2021, despite the pandemic?

In 2020, Canada was severely affected by the impact of COVID-19. However, the fall in the number of immigrants revealed the significance of immigrants and...
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Canada PNPs issued close to 3000 invitations in November 2021

In the month of November, the Provincial Nominee Programs of Canada issued close to 3000 invitations to immigration candidates. The Provincial Nominee Programs...
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438 immigration candidates invited in Manitoba PNP draw of December 2

In the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) draw held on December 2, a total of 438 skilled workers and international graduates received invitations to...
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