Canada and Australia have recently amended the youth mobility agreement for the International Experience Canada (IEC) program. Previously, the program was only available to those between the ages of 18 and 30. Starting November 1, 2018, those between the ages of 18 and 35 (inclusive) will be eligible to apply. This gives more opportunities to Australians interested in working in and visiting Canada.Read More
The government of Canada drew for the second round of Express Entry invitations in September 2018. In this draw, 3,500 Invitations to Apply (ITA) were issued and the cut-off score was 441 Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) points. Far fewer invitations were extended in this draw compared to the previous draw on September 6th. The draw on September 6th featured an all time high number of ITAs: 3,900. It is important to note that despite a drop in Invitations, the Government of Canada is still issuing more ITAs now than they were in September of 2017.Read More
Our infographic below explains everything you need to know about criminal inadmissibility to Canada. Learn about your options for immigrating to Canada with a criminal record.Read More
Under the Canadian Experience Class, does my work need to be continuous? Does it need to be in the same NOC?
To qualify for the Canadian Experience Class, I know that I need one year of full time or part-time equivalent work in a high skilled NOC. Is it fine if I have 3 months of work experience in one NOC code and 9 months in another NOC code? I can’t find the answer on the IRCC website.Read More
Hannah is a London-born blogger with a love for travelling. After studying French at university, she spent three weeks in Montreal and discovered her love for Canada. Hannah now resides with her partner, Thom in Vancouver, BC. When Hannah’s not busy tapping away at her keyboard, she’s hard at work running her dog walking company. Without further ado, let’s allow Hannah to tell you more about herself.Read More