Most categories for economic immigration require applicants to prove their English or French language skills through a language proficiency test, such as IELTS. After taking the IELTS test, you will be given a score according to the Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB). Most Canadian economic immigration programs have minimum CLB score requirements, but they are not all the same.Read More
We have the latest updates in Canada immigration news. The Student Direct Stream expanded to include students from Pakistan. Changes were made to the services offered in Havana in Cuba. There is a new agri-food immigration pilot to target labourers in the agri-food business. Ontario has held two tech draws in the past month. IRCC launched new programs to boost immigrant integration and settlement.Read More
One of the first things many newcomers to Canada do upon their arrival is research how to get a driver’s license in Ontario. The driver’s license system in Canada differs by province and territory, so it’s always important to review the requirements for the province in which you will live.Read More
What is expat life like in Canada? And what do you need to know about moving to Canada from the United States?
Most people are surprised to learn that the majority of our clients immigrate here from the United States. Whether coming to Canada for work, to study, travel, or join a spouse or partner, there are many reasons why our Southern neighbours choose to relocate to Canada.Read More
Many of our clients come to Canada through the International Experience Canada class on either a Working Holiday, the Young Professionals Class, or the International Co-op (internship). Those who come to Canada on the Working Holiday Visa often approach us when their Working Holiday Visa is about to expire with one of the following questions:Read More