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Updates to the Post-Graduate Work Permit | February 2019

Jade Calver

A new program delivery update from the Government of Canada has announced a number of changes to the Post Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) program. One of the most notable changes is the extension for international graduates to apply for a PGWP.

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3 Ways Your Foreign Partner Can Join You in Canada

Jade Calver

The Canadian Government places a high value on immigration for the purposes of family reunification. The Family Class Sponsorship program was designed to meet these needs, not only for parents, grandparents, and children, but for couples as well. With the rise of online dating, more long distance relationships are developing than ever before. Canadian citizens who are in a genuine relationship with a foreign spouse or partner may be eligible to bring their partner to Canada through the family class sponsorship program.

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How a Canadian Job Offer Can Lead to Permanent Residence

Jade Calver

According to the 2019 Canadian Immigration Plan, the Government of Canada aims to admit between 300,000 and 350,000 immigrants in 2019. A large percentage of these immigrants will come to Canada through economic streams of entry. For those wishing to live in Canada for an extended period of time, a Canadian job offer is an excellent place to start the immigration process.

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Visitor Visa vs. Super Visa (Canada Visitor Visa for Parents & Grandparents)

Jade Calver

Are you interested in bringing your parents from abroad to visit in Canada? You may be asking yourself: What’s the difference between a visitor visa and a super visa? Today, Jade answers this question and more.

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Express Entry Results | January 30th 2019

Jade Calver

The Government of Canada drew for the third round of Express Entry invitations in 2019. In this draw, 3,350 Invitations to Apply (ITA) were issued and the cut-off score was 438 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. Fewer invitations were extended in this draw, compared to the previous draw held on January 23rd. This draw also saw a 5-point drop in the cut-off score from the previous draw held on January 23rd.

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