Immigration serves a number of valuable purposes in Canada. Canada is currently facing a number of issues, which include an ageing population and a declining birth rate. Immigration serves as a remedy to both of these challenges. According to the 2018 Canadian Immigration Report, “immigration makes an important contribution to Canada’s economy and society and has immediate and long-term social outcomes. Whether through economic immigration, family reunification, or the protection of refugees and vulnerable persons, immigration is a central pillar of Canada’s success story.”Read More
The Government of Canada released program delivery updates for the International Experience Canada program and official language tests available to those applying to Canadian immigration programs.Read More
Are you considering applying for a Canadian work permit? You might be wondering…
What are the requirements for a Canadian work permit?
Who is eligible for a Canadian work permit?
Are there any jobs that don’t need a Canadian work permit?
Earlier this year, the Government of Canada announced plans to expand its biometrics program. Now, anyone who applies for a visitor visa, work permit, study permit, permanent residence, or refugee or asylum status must submit fingerprints and photographs with their documents. The initial announcement for the biometrics program stated that changes would be implemented in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa before other regions.Read More
Glaire Cartago is a twenty-something international student pursuing post-graduate studies on the West Coast of Canada. Having been born in the Philippines, lived in Chicago, and now studying in Vancouver, Glaire has a passion for learning and exploring. Glaire is currently in Canada on a Student Visa/Study Permit.Read More