Canada Immigration: Obtaining a provincial nomination might help you get permanent status in Canada. This week, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island sent invitations for applicants to apply through provincial immigration programmes (PNPs), according to CIC news. Except for Quebec and Nunavut, the majority of Canadian provinces andContinue Reading

The government has just announced important revisions for foreign graduates and eligible individuals contending for employment and permanent residency in Canada, which is great news for international students navigating immigration in Canada. In a statement issued on April 22, 2022, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced that post-graduation workContinue Reading

Saskatchewan’s government has created a new immigration scheme to entice technology workers to the Canadian state. Saskatchewan inaugurated the new IT Talent Pathway this week as part of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) in an effort to alleviate serious labour shortages in the province’s tech sector. If you liveContinue Reading

The department has also requested an assessment of the Montreal office that handles calls from Afghan migrants.According to the organisation that represents its employees, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is examining charges of systematic racism at two of its locations. Meanwhile, the department has hired an outside firm, CharronContinue Reading

Since the war with Russia began, about 4,000 Ukrainians have been authorised for immigration to Canada, according to Canada’s immigration minister on Monday. Since hundreds of refugees began fleeing Russian violence in the region, the Canadian government has prioritised current immigration petitions from Ukraine. “We anticipated to see Ukrainians displacedContinue Reading

It is unknown how many refugees will arrive in Newfoundland or when they will arrive.As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, driving more than one million people – and counting – to escape their homes, Newfoundland and Labrador is preparing for an inflow of refugees. Megan Morris, executive director of theContinue Reading