Canada to welcome 6,000 caregivers by the end of 2021

Immigration minister announces new measure to finalize caregiver applications for permanent residence. Canada’s immigration department plans to finalize 6,000 caregiver applications for permanent residence by December 31, 2021. In a statement released on April 15, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) said it will finalize the applications for caregivers who have completed their in-Canada work experience, as well as…

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Canada launching 6 new immigration programs for international graduates, essential workers and French speakers

IRCC introducing pathways for 90,000 international student graduates and essential workers in Canada to become permanent residents, plus an unlimited number of French-speaking applicants. IRCC has also held an Express Entry draw today. Essential workers, international student graduates and French speakers in Canada will have six new pathways to permanent residency this May. Canada’s immigration…

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Study in Australia

After completing the higher secondary (Grade 12) level qualification, if you find yourself clueless in opting  that from which country you should complete your further education.Then you should choose Australia as it will give you the best study abroad experience and you could possible have a tremendous career ahead. Australia is located in Oceania between…

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Ontario PNP nominated high numbers of tech and skilled trade workers in 2020

Ontario nominated a total of 15,303 new immigrants through its PNP last year. Despite the pandemic, Ontario still nominated high numbers of new immigrants in 2020. Through the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP), Ontario nominated 8,054 principal applicants in 2020, who came with their spouses and children for a total of 15,303 nominations. A nomination does not…

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Nearly 52000 people can eligible for new 18 month work pemit

Certain PGWP holders in Canada can apply for the new open work permit until July 27, 2021. The Canadian government has a new policy in place to help former international students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic while living in Canada. Since January 27, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has been accepting applications from Post-Graduate…

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