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Canada to welcome 341,000 new immigrants in 2020

The Canadian government is looking to welcome 341,000 new immigrants in 2020 under all of their immigration programs. This includes the economic classes, family class, and refugees and protected persons. This is an increase of 1,000 new immigrants from 2019’s target. 195,800 of these new immigrants will be from the economic classes, most of which […]

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Nova Scotia invites those with advertising, marketing, and public relations experience

On December 20th, 2019, the Nova Scotia Nominee Program issued Letters of Interest to applicants in the Express Entry system whose main occupation was listed as NOC 1123 – advertising, marketing, and public relations. These Letters of Interest were issued under the Nova Scotia Nominee Program’s Labour Market Priorities Stream. Those who have received a […]

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How to apply to the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program

The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) has several different programs that applicants apply under. These include the following: Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream PhD Graduate Stream French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream Human Capital Priorities Stream Skilled Trades Stream Entrepreneur Stream  Employer Job Offer: Foreign Worker Stream Employer Job Offer: International Student Stream Masters Graduate Stream […]

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Nova Scotia Invites Social and Community Service Workers

On December 5th, 2019, the Nova Scotia Nominee Program issued Letters of Interest to applicants in the Express Entry system whose main occupation was listed as NOC 4212 – Social and Community Service Workers. These Letters of Interest were issued under the Nova Scotia Nominee Program’s Labour Market Priorities Stream. Those who have received a […]

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Provincial Programs Full for 2019

With the end of 2019 fast approaching, several provincial programs are no longer accepting applications as they have fulfilled their 2019 quotas. They will re-open in 2020 when they have been allotted new quotas by the federal government. Other programs will not be issuing provincial nomination certificates until 2020 as they currently have enough applications […]

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Canadian Employers Seek Out Foreign Skilled Workers

Employers in fourteen communities in Canada are creating a path to permanent residence for foreign skilled workers who want to work and live in their communities. Employers from these fourteen communities will be able to post job opportunities targeting foreign skilled workers on their community’s website. These communities are spread throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan Manitoba, […]

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SINP Makes Major Changes to Popular Occupations in Demand List

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has made changes to the popular Occupation In-Demand and Express Entry Occupation Requirements. These programs no longer have a set list of occupations that are eligible to use the programs. Instead, they now have a list of occupations that are ineligible to use the programs. This means that the […]

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Largest Express Entry Draw in Six Months Takes Place

On July 10th, 2019, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada did their largest Express Entry draw since January of 2019. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada selected 3,600 people from the Express Entry system with a score of 460 or higher. The applicant’s profile needed to be active and eligible as of July 10th, 2019. The Tie-Breaker […]

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Ontario Makes Changes to Two Provincial Nominee Programs

On July 8th, 2019 the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) announced changes made to their In-Demand Skills Stream and the Entrepreneur Stream which are two of their existing provincial nominee programs. The Entrepreneur Stream is for those looking to open and operate a business in Ontario. The previous requirements required the highest net worth and […]

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