Lucy Frank is a nomadic, Australian blogger with a passion for adventure. Lucy’s love for travel began when she took her first-ever solo trip to Canada after graduating from high school. Lucy arrived in Canada on a Working Holiday Visa through the International Experience Canada (IEC) program (see our video on IEC tips here). She spent the next two years working and experiencing Canadian life. During this time, she also explored the United States and Mexico, which fuelled her love for travel even more. Today, Lucy joins us for an interview about her experience coming to Canada on a Working Holiday Visa.Read More
The Government of Canada drew for the second round of Express Entry invitations in October 2018. In this draw, 3,900 Invitations to Apply (ITA) were issued and the cut-off score was 440 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. This is the lowest cut-off score of 2018 and this is also the 5th draw that has had a cut-off score this low this year. Today, we also see a return to the all-time highest number of invitations issued on September 5th and October 3rd. In this draw, 400 Invitations were issued.Read More
Are you considering applying to sponsor your spouse or common law partner to come to Canada?
You might be wondering:
Who can be a sponsor?
How do I sponsor someone to come to Canada?
What are the spousal sponsorship requirements?
The first step in your journey to studying abroad in Canada is determining your eligibility. There are certain criteria you must meet in order to be considered eligible to study in Canada. During the time you hold a study permit, you must:Read More
When you apply for a visa to visit Canada, you may be asked to provide a letter of invitation from someone who is currently in the country. This letter will be used by visa officers to determine whether you meet the terms of Canada’s immigration law in order to be issued a visa. It’s important to note that a letter of invitation will not guarantee that you will be issued a visa. It’s also important to note that some visa offices require your letter to be notarized by a notary public.Read More