30 June 2020

Spousal Sponsorship Canada: General Checklist

Canada knows just how important it is for spouses to be together; that’s why applications for spousal sponsorship are given utmost priority.

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9 November 2020

Employer Guide to LMIA in Canada

Canada is a favoured destination for employment opportunities due to increasing salaries and specialized sectors that depend on temporary foreign workers. In Canada, a work permit (or in some cases authority to work without a permit) is required in order for a foreign national to be allowed to work in Canada. Specifically, we will be […]

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30 September 2020

Group of Five (G5) Refugee Sponsorship

Under Canadian immigration law, at least five Canadian citizens or permanent residents may decide to come together to form a group (known as a group of five) in order to sponsor refugees outside of Canada. While it may sound straightforward for Canadians to sponsor someone who is already a refugee in another country, there are […]

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29 July 2020

What is a post-graduate work permit (PGWP)?

Do Canadian graduates qualify for an open work permit? The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP) is a program in Canada that allows recent student graduates to obtain an open work permit to gain valuable Canadian work experience. The benefit of the post graduate work permit is that it is exempt from the Labour Market Impact […]

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What is The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP)?

An overview on Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs The Canadian government has created provincial agreements that allow a province or territory to nominate their own candidates for immigration to Canada based on their qualifying programs. According to the Immigration regulations, a member of the provincial nominee program (PNP) is someone who has been named in a […]

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How do I apply for the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) in British Columbia?

British Columbia’s provincial nominee program (BCPNP) is a high demand immigration pathway  for skilled and semi skilled workers, healthcare workers, post graduates, and entrepreneurs to achieve permanent residency in the province of British Columbia. The purpose of the Provincial Nominee Program is to improve the economic growth of the Canadian province. The economic success of BC […]

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